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CITY OF LANCASTER.
S'hurIay Merninc, Junc-,ltt)&
glaring purchased of Thos. S. Slaugh
ter th en tiro Oniatte Establishment, with
11 unsettled subscription and Advertising
not out on the first of May list, a goner
ej settlement becomes desirable, previous
to Mr. Slaughter's final removal vest.
, "We hope oarpatroas "will act according
ly,,, . - , , - . O. W. MAcELtvftr.
PRINCIPLES OF THE AMERICAN
PARTY OF OHIO.
K The unlimited Freedom of Religion
disconnected with politics Hostility to
oclesinstical influences upon the affairs of
" Government Equality of rights to nil
naturalized Emigrants who are thoroughly
Americanized, and owe no tcmporial alle
giance, by reason of their religion, higher
i than that to the Constitution.
: 2. No interference with the rights of
citizenship already acqu'.red by foreign
'ers. and the protection of law to all who
honestly emigrate from love of liberty; but
the exclusion ot lureign paupers nnu rei
" ous. and a refutal to extend the right ofevf-
rage to all who come hereafter until they
' shall have resided 21 years in the United
States and complied with the Naturaliza
. tion Laws." ',.' :
- 3. Opposition to all political organiza
; lions composed excluiivelyof Foreigners.and
to Foreign Military Companies, and to all
' attempt to exclude the liible from Schools
Muaoorted bv the Government.
4. Slavery is local not national:-we
oppose its extension in any oi our terri
tories, and the increase of its political pow
er by the admission into the Union ot any
Slave State or otherwise; and wo demand
"of the General Government nn immediate
rnrlrnss of the rrreat wronrrs which have
been inflicted ubon the cause of Freedom
and the American character by the repeal
of the Missouri Compromise, and the in
troJuction of Slavery into Kansas in viola
tion of law, by force of arms, and the ue
eluction of tho elective fianchise.
. 6. In humble imitation of tbewisdomof
Washington, we oppose all intervention in
tho affairs of Foreign States;yot on all prop
er occasions, we will not withhold our.
sympathy from 8ny people aspiring to be
G. We support Ameican Industry and
genius against the adverse policy of For
eign nations and facilities to internal Bnd
external commerce by the Improvement of
. Rivers and Harbors and the construction
of National Roads uniting the various sec
tions of the Union.
7. The Union of thete Slates should be
made perpetual by a faithful allegiance to
8. In State policy we zealously ndvocate
Retrenchment and Reform a modification
of the present oppressive system af Taxa
tion and a liberal system of Public Schools.
GREAT KNOW NOT III Ml DFUO..
Sm.VriOJf II PIIILADFXPIIIA.
The trraud finale of the proceedings of
the National Americnn Convention, which
' lias been in session for two weeks past in
Philadelphia, took plaoe on Siturday eve
ning last, iu the shape of a tremendous
gathering of the masses in Independence
The rail for the meeting was posted
throughout the city iu the following words:
AMERICAN MASS MEETING
TUB FRIENDS OF CIVIL
, RELIGIOUS LIBERTY.
Who are opposed t foreign influence and
. sectarian dictation in the affairs of the
.State and Nation, will .'
, ASSBMBLR IS MASS MEETING
.. AT INDEPENDENCE 1 SQUARE,
ON. SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 10,
, For the purpose of again proclaiming tho
venerable principle's of the Fathers of
the Republic, as embodied in
At 8 o'clock there were probably about
5,030 persons iu the square, but tho speak
ing did uot commence until near 9 o'clock.
At its commencement there were sorao
whore between 10,000 and 15,000 persons
present.- Three stands had been erected,
bosides arrangements for speaking on the
steps of the Mayor's office., '
Tho stand nearest Independence Hall
, was first organized. Just as the President
took the. chair rain commenced falling, nnd,
" ere fifteen minutes had elapsed, audience,
" speakers and ' reporters were drenched to
the skin. '
Tho reporter of tho New York Times
says: "I never before saw so great a dis
play af banners and. transparencies. Tho
'Fifth Ward delegation was first on the
.ground, "with tho following transparency:
WE GO FOR THE UNION,
. . . THE WHOLE UNION,
..AND NOTHING BUT. THE UNION.
- 'Then followed:
NO NORTH-NO SOUTH NO EAST
NO WEST. - .
Then followed a number of others, with
: " ' such sentiments as
; THE BIBLE & THE CONSTITUTION,
PLACE NONE BUT AMERICANS ON GUARD,
OUR COUNTRY , AND OUR COUN
try's good, ; . .
v "American ladies are the true friends of
Sam," nnd many other of similar import,
The Hon. Jacob Broome, of New Jersey,
was called to the chair, supported by twenty-four
Vice Presidents. Addresses were
made by Gov. Brown, of Tenn.; 8. V. R.
Mallory, of N. Y.., nnd Col. Bowling, of
1 Va. At the same time speeches were de
livered from another stand, bv J.W. Brice,
of N. Y.; Hon. Lewis C. fcevin, Gen.W.S.
Piloher, of Ky., and Col. Stokes, of Tehn.
At a third stand Dr. Ulialover, of IS. J. ; J
' A. Botelar', of Va., Judgo Stewart of Ala.
and Mr.Wilmer.of Md., were the speakers.
Tho Platform of the National Convention
was received with much applause and ra
tified by a unanimous vote. '
- Notwithstanding the rain, which con
tinued to fall during the whole time, the
meeting did not break up until near .one
o'clock, A. M. ' ,
The Dallas Herald says the widow and
family of Davy Crockett, the hero of Ala
mo, moved to ' Texas from Tennessee
last fall. .5 They reside in Ellis county,
and are said to bo in straitened oircumstan
ees. , ,' -. ."" ;.'.'.
GUARD KNOW NOTHING DEMON.
TBATION IN NKW TIKI,
f0OOO Aanerscsssae la tat Park.
THE PLATFORM ENDORSED.
One of the largest mooting that has lato-
ly assembled in New York, met in the
Park on Monday evening lasL
there wore severnl thousands on the
ground by 5 o'clock, the appointed hour
for meeting, but the sun was right in the
eyes of the people for full an hour, and none
who were not in earnest and anxious to
hear, would have faced ruch a burning
sun. But after sun-set, and evening had
set jn, then tl e crowd thickened, and all
the open space in front of the Hall and the
steps of that building, and all tho windows,
were black with people some 20,000 per-
imps, in nn.
Over the large platform erectod in front
of tho City Hull steps, were displayed
avvvriii amcrican jiags. rour white mus
lin banners, stationed on each side of the
platform, read as follows. On one:
"AMERICANS TO RULE AMERICA
IN TnE NORTH. IN TUB SOOTH, IN THE EAST
IN THE WEST OUB COUNTRY."
THE BIBLE A GOOD SCHOOL BOOK.
AMERICANS NATIONAL, NOT SECTIONAL.
The meeting was called to order by call
ing J. W. Parker to the chair, and ap
pointing twenty-three Vice-Presidents.
Tho meeting was addressed by the Chair
man, Gov. Neil S. Brown, of Tcnn.: Hon
E. Bartlett, ofKy.; Hon. L. C. Levin, of
fa.; Hon. A.J. Donnlson, ofTenn.; Judge
Hopkins, of Ala.; and Gen. W. S. Pilcher,
ofKy. Li addition to proceedings at the
grand stand, there were speeches from
three other points in the Park.
Near to Broadway a stand was erected
upon a wagon, which was surmounted with
the Americnn flag. Some thousand peo
ple or so congregated here, nnd were ad
diessed by Mr Wilmot, of Md.; Mr. J.
Bullock, of N. Y.; Mr. Squires, of Chenan
go, and Mr. Lyons, of Port Jarvis. On
tho east side of tho Park there was another
wagon, and more speaking by Mr. S. V,
R. Mallory, of N. Y.; Mr. Houghton, of
in. Ki., and others.
The platform of the National Conven
tion was raiitiod, and the whole proceed
ings were after the most spirited manner.
-ftuocT aats. inero is trouble among
tho rats. The long low ranee of brick
A r. mi . a.
buildings on the Statu House lot, reminds
us of a huge trap full of sleek-coated fright
ened rats, who, by feeding at the public
crib until they have become fat, plump and
saucy, have, all at once, become aware of
danger by seeing a number of ferocious
black terriers standing at the wicket, ready
to pounco upon the first that endeavors to
The old gubernatorial rat, who, for years
has been poking his nose into every cavity
whero ho suspected a sweet morsel, until
his nasal, organ has become as red as a
beet, look wild with fright at the trap he
knows is set for him by his old friends on
the 13th of July, and would give worlds if
he were only safely holed up once more in
the Ansterinan house. The long legged
varmint from the hills of Hocking, who
scratches away in the same den, wipes the
tears from his eyes with his long tail, and
wonders how rats can bo .treacherous to
each other. Tim happy and contented
looking rat, who has erown as civ as a
weasel and as fat as a woodohuck with good
living, who once was nearly drowned in
the crook (which wo are too modest to
iruno,) keeps a sharp look out to see that
tho road is clear to Tiffin keeping one
eye on tho trap and tho other on his treas
ures, wisely resolves never to meet trouble
half way. The timid nnd demuro looking
fellow, who lores to dig down in deep holes
and never squeaks louder than a mouse,
who keeps close nt home for fear of steel
traps, torn 0'a and terrier dogs, not know
ing exactly whero to look for the danger,
is very unhappy.- 1 he lean, hungiy look-
ng, bold nnd shrewd chap in the opposite
corner, who can smell n mice at a great
distance, and who is kept busy in keeping
Ins brother rats from calmer up nil tho
cheese, looks towards the hills of old Co
lumbiana whero nits dou't set traps for
each other, and whero they nro not quite so
fond of cheese.
There appears to bo a great division a-
moil" tho tamily ot rats. lho bob-tails
have become jimlous of tho long-tnils, nnd
a grand fight is to come off on the 13ih of
July, when the bob-tails, under tho lead of
a short appendagd animal from Newark,
and the Ion? tails for themselves, their
cheese, and their bread and butter, will
rango under the bauncr of their Executive
leader. If the long-tails aro not sold out,
their hides taken oil' and sent to tho tanners
before that time, we shall look for a groat
We have been trying to investigate the
trouble that has led to this unhappy differ
erce among tho rat family. It appears that
an "old wheel horso," who in times past
kept tho long-tailed varmints well sapplicd
with food of his own procuring, has been
broken down by tho heavy loads packod
upon him by those voracious animals; and
they, rat like, ungrateful for past favors,
now turn upon him and threaten not onlv
to tako his hide, but have proceeded to de
vour his carcass." The old horse, although
just tottering nlong, has sufficient strength
remaining to crawl nlongsido of tho hungry
bob-tails; and, to be revengod on tho long
tniled rascals, sell what little influence ho
has left to tho bob-tails. The bargain is
made, the papers are signed, the long-tail
ed rats have been sold out to tho bob-tail
ed rats, and all that is required to complete
tho contract is tho meeting of the parties
on tho 13th of July when, no preventing
Providence, the rat treaty will doubtless
bo ratified. otate Jour.
Crops of Tennessk. According to the
Jackson (West Tennesse) Whig, the re
cent rains have greatly assisted tho crops
in that region, the corn is much bone lit
ed, and tho wheat is very fine. ' Tho Chal-
anoga East Tennesse Enquirer says:
"Our section of country has never wit
nessed a finer prospect for every production
of the earth than at present. The wheat
orop has never been better and more abun
dant. v The corn crop, also, promises all
th most extravagant and avaricious farm
ers could desire, and the cotton fields are
coming up nobly. Fruits of all kinds arc
in abundance not a tailure in a single par
ticular that we know of."
In Middle Tennesse the wheat and rye
crops aro tho heaviest ever known. The
corn crop is in fine condition, the oats crop
looks well, and the stand of cotton is also
represented to be excellent. Indeed, the
prospect everywhere throughout Tennes
see is full of enconrsgement. CtHcintlati
Gazette ' -' : - v-
LATEST FROM EUROPE!
Arrival of the Asia Important Xrwt
from . Sevastopol 'The Mamelon and
Whit Twr U& ly Ik French Tien
niu Confer: formally doted Pros
pect of abundant crop Money Market
ayPric of Brtadttujfs unchanged.
New York, June 0. Tho Asia arri
ved at Halifax with London dates to th
9th. The Asia arrived out on the 2J in
Commercial Itelu3exce. 1 ,
Liverpool Cotton Market, June 5th.
Brown, Shipley Co. say the Asia's ad
vices increased the excitement in the Cot
ton market, and prices advanced since
Friday Id. Middling Orleans 6 15 16:
Mobile and bowed 6 13-16. Richardson.
Spence k Co. report fair business since
f nday in Spanish and Baltic wheats at
t3d. advance. . Only 6'JOO bushels of
American wheat held here, at 13s, without
buyers. . , .
Flour is inactive. Corn in lizht do-
mnnd; stocks limited; yellow . and mixed
6J higher; white ls Is 6d dearer. Bal
timore and Philadelphia Sour 4245.;
yellow enrn 61s 6J52s; white 6254.
Provisions unchanged; prices firm; bacon
firmer; holders ask Sl52i; lard firmer.
Funds showed unchangin? buoyancy.
and experienced on the '4th a further ad
vance off. Consols for July account 91 Ja
91. London Markets, 8th. Baring ABroth-
ers quotd breadstuff's generally unchanged.
warnetuuii; sugar -declined 6d; Uoffee
steady and unchanged; Iron market closed
steady; Welsh bar iron on shipboard 7
pounds sterling; Welsh rails on shipboard
American stocks active. Prices un
changed. Weather favorable for crops.
Manchester market dull. Prices un
changed. American stocks active. U.S.
sixes,. 1883,107. Pennsylvania, fives,
bonds 84Ja86J. Virginia sixes 87a89.
Erie mortgages 85a87. Illinois Central
From dispatches received at the Admi
ral ity from Sir Lyons dated at Kertsch,
May 1st, it appears that a squadron from
the sea of Azoffhad nppeared before Ge
vitcha, and landed a body of seamen and
mariners, driving the Russians from the
ihey uestroyod all depots and vessels
ladened with corn and supplies for the
Russian army. Only ono man wounded.
Since entering the sea of Azoff, four
steamers and 240 vessels employed in
carrying supplies to the Russian army on
the Crimea, have been destroyed by the al
ios, llie conturenco at Vienna has for
mally closed, afier a late sitting held on the
4th of June.
Gen. Pelisser telegraphs from the Cri
mea June 1st. "We have sprung two
mines in front of the nag-stau bastion. 1 he
second explosion did considerable damage
to the enemy. In a ravine of Careening
bay, in advance .of our works, our engin
eers discovered a transverse line of 24 cu
bic cases, filled with gun powder, each
forty centimetres thick, placed at equal
distances, and buried just beneath the
sod, each case con'aining one-fifth of a
killogrnmme of powder, and covered with
a fulminating apparatus, winch would ex.
plode by the simple pressure of tho foot
those had been taken up by our engin-
A dispatch from Prince Gortschnkoff
dated the 29th of M ly, statos that tho Al
lies had occupied Koi'Uch, but had not
pushed inland. lie reports that in conse
qiience of the measures he had taken, the
Allies would not be able to cut oft the
communications of the Russian army.
Tho Government (inzetto of f rankfort
publishes a dispa'ch from Odessa to the ef
fect that tho Russians aro raising batteries
to command the channel near Gcviteha,
which connects Putno Lake with tho sen
Another dispatch says Gen. Onschn
koff had arrived at Perekop with his di
vision of four infantry regiment, each 3,'
600 strong. Gen. Grossenheim had also
arrived at Perekop with the 8th cavalry
division, consisting of four regiments,
each DG0 strong. These give Gortscha-
koff a reinforcement of 18,000 men.
Letters from Berlin to the 1st, state tlmt
the success of the Allies had made a deep
A letter received from the t roncn camp
at Sevastopol, dated May 22J, states that
the Allies are on the evo of great events
that everything is repaired atlast that ar
rangements had been made in a council of
war, at which Generals Canrobert, Pelis
sier, Bosquet, Lord Raglan, Omar Pasha,
Brown, Delia, Marmora, and Admirals
Bruat and Lyons were present. All the
reinforcements had come up, making tho
French army amount to 200,000 men.
On the 23d one hundred and ninety
cases of Cholera occurred at St. Peters-
A telegraph dispatch from Caghnri an
nounces tho death of Bey of Tunis on the
night of the 1st of June. -His successor
and cousin Suit Didamned Bey, had as
cended the throne without obstacle.
Tho bombardment of Sevastopol recom
menced On tho sixth.
A dispatch was received from ' Lord
Raglan, dated June 8th, announcing that
after a fierce bombardment, the French at
tacked nnd carried Ma melon and tho White
Tower. The1 greatest gallantry was dis
played on both sides. The loss of the Rus
sians and French was very great, but no
figures were given. The event caused
great buoyancy of public feeling, and.a
slight rise in Consols.
The Conference of Vienna having for
mally closed at the instigation of the West
ern Powers, negotiations for peace are not
likely to be renewed unless Russia shall
apply to Austria for her good offices.
Prussian correspondence says that Austria
considers herself released from all engage
ments to the Western Powers, the Tatter
having refused to conclude peace on rea
sonable terms. . Austria, however, still
professes herself the ally of France and
England,, subject to article one of the trea
ty of December 2d.
The Vienna papers advise that although
the Conferences are closed, the plenipoten--tiaries
have the Austrian propositions un
der consideration, and Austria is still desi
rous to effeot a meditation. Meanwhile
the military committee of France and Great
Bi itan have leu V lenna-
Government telegraphs ofaffairs before
Sevastopol show great gallantry of the
- The Russian plan was to unite all the
ambuscades by a continuous, covered way
south of the Allies' Advance on Tchernaya.
The allied force consisted of 20,(500 men.
The condition of ib ground allows that
the Russians never, iu tended to maintain'
J he telegraphic accoants indicate that
the Allies are yet on their own side of the
rivr The Ailiee found li.WO tons of
coal at KerUch, and Bi dismounted guns.
outnopowtker stores, ine number of
vessels burned by the Allies were 240.
The Allioi propose lortifying Yenikalo, but
will not hold Kertch. Ooruchskoff tele
graphs, June 3 J, that the Allies had left
Genitchi. Part of the burned stores will
CaAcew. Letters report that the insur
rection at Ukrane is not yet suppreasedi
Baltic. The British and French fliC'.s
on tho 4th of June, were close to Cron
New fortifications Lave been erected
sinco last year.
Asia. Pellissier telejfrsphs, June 3d.
the Uussians evacuated iogak Kali, de
stroying before doing so, 60 guns fe 6 mor
Changes have occurred in the Turkish
Cabinet new political combinations are
springing up. ,
Great BarrAin. Both Houses of Par
liament mot on the 4th inst. after Whitsun
tide and Derby recess in the House of
The newspaper stamp duties bill passed
through committee in the House of Com
mons. The adjourned debate on the conduct
and policy of tbo war resumed, and after
a lengthened discussion the subject was
Mr. M. Gibson, in considering Turkish
territory, now intact and safe, condemned
persistence in the war, which he described
as of indefinite extent, and only pursued
n a vain desire lor military glory.
oir t. juoie&worin aenouncea The
temptation which had been presented for
the conclusion oL a recreant peaco, and
contended that the safety, as well as the
gloryof the British Empire would bo per
iled by any signs of cowardice, or the
surrender of the high principles which
constitute tho real boud of union amongst
the scattered elements of English national
Crops throughout Great Britian are very
X he London limns is all for the war.
but argues that any prospact ofpence since
the new invasion of the Principalities by
tne uussians is extremely remote.
In Parliament, Sir Erancis Baring's
motion being permitted to pass nera con,
viz: that the House having seen with re
gret that the conferences of Vienna had not
led to a termination of hostilities, fuels it
its duly to doclare that it will continue to
give every support to her Majesty in- the
prosecution until she shall, in conjunction
with tho Allies, obtain for lho country a
safe and honorabl-j peave.
France. A decree extends the free
importation of breadstuffs to England du
ring tho present year. The King of Sar
dinia will probably meet Queen Victoria in
Paris in August. Perhaps tho Sultan
will also come.
Letters by St. Louis mention that Hor
ace Grcely was arrested and detained iu
prison two days in Paris, on tho complaint
of a sculptor who sent a work of art to the
New York Crystal Palace. The tribunal
dismissed the case.
Spain The Government represents the
Cariist insurrection as entirely suppressed,
but the province of Catalouisa is placed in
a stale ot siege. There has been a break
up in the Spanish Ministrv. A compulso
ry loan of 2')0,000.000 had been imposed.
iTALV. Maximilian, - brother ot lho
Emperor of Anstria, had a private inter
view with the rope, (.'onsiderable spec
ulation ns to its object.
Numerous political arrests hnvo been
made in the Roman states nnd Piedmont.
Missouri Challenges the United
Statk3! The undersigned, believing that
their furra, situated seven miles south of
St. Louis, Mo., is unequalled in point of
variety, production nnd extent by any other
in the United States, (though it has been
ir. cultivation less than ten years,) chal
lenge the whole Union to a competition for
a grand sweep-stake premium, on tho fol
Each person competing, shall deposit
fivo hundred dollars, to ba used as hereaf
Entries of farms to bo made prior to
August 1st, 1855.
-A committee, to consist of one person
from each State in which any farm or
farms shall bo entered, shall be selected
by the Governor of the respective States
represented, whoso duty, when so selected
and notified by the Governor, shall bo to
proceed and visit each tarm so entered,
during the months of September and Octo
ber, nnd award the premium to tne owner
of the farm which shall excel in these par
Variety of production;
Amount of production, and
Extent of surface cultivated.
The premium shall consist of a service
of plate, to bo purchased with tho money
deposited by all the competitors, after the
expenses of tho committee have bocn
We aro anxious to let tne worm Know
what has been and what can bo done west
of tho Mississippi river, and make this
offer" in good faith, and with a full deter
mination to carry it out.
All necessary preliminary arrangements
will be made in a liberal manner. Who
will enter the list? Valley Farmer.
A Teacher Mctbdered. one of the
most outrageous murders we have ever
heard of, took place at Pantotoe, Miss.,
lost week. A teacher of tho Academy
in that placo punished . a boy, whereupon
the boy's brother lay in wait for him to pass
attacked and instantly killed him by cut
ting him in several places with ft bowie
knife. . '
The report that n man in Vermont
feeds his geese with iron fillings, and gath
ers steel pens from tbeir winjrs, is now
Singular Oversight. Mr. Irving, in
his life of Washington, fails to mention the
year in which his hero was born.
Geortre H. Chapman, the famous "crow
er" has withdarwn from the Indiana Repub
lican. ' ' -
The Athens. ( Ala.) Herald says that
youth died there last week from the sting
of a locust.
More than half the crop of broom corn on
the Mohawk fiats has been destioyod by the
recent rains. " . -
Tha Comor Stone ' of the now CoHeee
at Dixon, 111., is to be laid On the 4th of
July, with appropriate oqremoBios. .
TIIE OaASDAITI.AJIEIICAX rOW
WOW AT SO I bit SET.
The Somerset Putt gives u a grand de
scription oUi great gathering , from which
we extract the following: j
The great looked for ICth June, 1056,
has come and gone. The democracy were
hoi too, in their streng:h, and were rgUd
by a portion of the great Sanhedrim of
Columbus. Mvdory was benr, the iden
tical r me old Sam. with all his coon skin-'
Ding-prope unities, and close upon his heels
pressed the Governor of Ohio, a coniely
looking old bachelor, but with a fce let
radiant with hope than in former days.
We did not stay to hear Medill, but we
rfre told be took the same text, and made
the same speech with the variations.
When we looked over the crowd we
could not hclb moralizing this: Here is a
crowd of people enough to make a good
democratic meeting, yet what a lacking of
spirit and what a general ike pines per
vades the masi it dont look like old
times; a screw must be loose somewhere
as we saw scores of democrats Walking
around sluggishly, with a kind of dont-care
nonjuring air, about them, tlmt Would luad
a passing stranger to take it for a Quaker
meeting. However, before evening thr-y
all were filled, and went away saiUfied.
What the drinking of ten glases of w:ir
by one of the dignitaries, on the scaffold,
bad to do with the meeting, we have not
been able to learn, but presume it had its
We went quietly home and went to work,
supposing, when the meeting dispersed,
and all had become surfeited with the good
things of democracy, everything would
settle into a calm. But not so. Several emp
ty vessels were yet to be filled. In the
evening we are told (we were not present)
that the servant of the two worthies who
spoke in the day time, nsmcd Sli-d orj
Sleigh, and resides in Lancaster, spoke to
a small crowd in the court house, and it is
said that without much physical or mental
effort, succeeded iu demonstrating several
bpeaking of the ten glasses of water re
minds us of another tiling. What diJ Medill
do with the bottle of wine he purchased?
Did he and Medary and bled drink it? Or
did they share it with their brethren in dis
tress. ' It's nono of our business we reckon
hut still, we would like to know; for
there is another question involved in the
matter that might lead to another and
that is if they drank it themselves, do
they purchase a bottle at every political
gathenng they attend7
Cholera. This disease has almost
disappeared from our western waters a.id
cities. In Mississippi it bus broken out
among the slaves on some of the planta
tions. General V oik, of Lhicot county,
lost twenty-three slaves within three day.
Another planter in the vicinity lost seven
slaves. The disease, however, does not
appear to be general over that section of
Slit AY COW.
STKAYEDfrom the pailars llld
of the suharrltor. a ihort time
Mince, a BLACK MILCH COW,lartta
borna. alx or sorpa reara old. Any
one returnfnfi; mid Cow to ma In Lan
caster will bd liberally rewarded.
JOH.N K. ML'MAICH.
CITY HARNESS SHOP,
Gnzette Jttiitdtrg PuMIc Sqtinrr, Lan
I,. O. DAVIS
Tl ESPECTFULLT calls attention to bit aiiwllent
J V auortment ot Hamtit. CcIItm, If kips. 7Vaa(,
Carpet Bugn.St. Ilia atock of Humes comprises Silver,
Wroxs and Hlack Muntd Bu;r?T and Carriage Harness;
also, Wagon and Plow do all of which canuol be air
poM.'d iu the citr. either In stock, workmanship or low
prices. He has Uso a trimming shop, whre
Jtttiffsy mid Carriage Trimming,
will be ilone on short notice In superior styli.
Lancastor, Julie , if 55 1 J S
EXCHANGE OFFICE RE-OPESED,
Corner ol M ilu nnd Co.nmbm (Street1).
TS prepared in do nil kinds of Banking busing's. Dis
counts good 'olti. ftuys all Uncurr'Tit Money at
highest price. Huya ?.ndsjll Oold Silrtr. D.MU
In Ktcbanfre of all kinds. Makes eollactions nt soy
placo. Pays iutorost on a Depaiitct . And duals in
niUN TY I-A XI) V A It It ANTS,
of whick 100.000 acres aro wanted; and when aoid are
gimruiited in every retpect, to locute land as well as
coin. Korms of assigning and locating, and any lufor
mulion in rolstioii to Warrttnts giren willingly to auy
on lh.it apptioj. Ujper fTabnh Bank .Vjtrs rfrftrai
tdarpar. T. W. TALLMAPCJi.
Idncasor. Ohio, June 3 teii Sit
STRAY HI A It E.
gjTItAYED from tho snbtcriber lire
krniUs North oninf;nter,on the old
IlRltilnnre mod. A HOHHKI. MAKE,
three yeurs old and small of her age,
one hind font while above the pasture
Joint. Auy person returning said uiara
will be handsomely rowarac
ed. K1.IAS ZEAGLKK.
June M.lKw- 3C
AT a meotirg of Teachers held in Incastr on the
19th of May, the undersigned were appointed aa
a committee for sundry purposes, one of wliii-h to de
signate a dav for holding a general meeting of the
Teachers of" Falrfleld county, tho bnsiuess of which
nioeling should be to ma to the necessary arrange
ments for holding a Teachers' Institute Iu the coiin
tv. sometime within the present year. We therefore
S'roposi) that tho meeting be held at the North School
uildingin Lnncaster, on Suarda ( Sofa iasr., at
one o'clock P. M. JOHN WILLIAMS,
Juno 81, 1833-17 JOHN H1MES.
Main Street, 2nd door Bast of CI) 'a Hotel,
Lancaster, May , 1S5S 5S
UNIVERSITY FAMILY REMEDIES.
TSSUED under the seal, junction and aulhontyof
I tho Unlverily of FKK1S MhlUl'lMi and Popular
Knowledge. Chartered by the Rtntenf Pnr.yivianla,
April '.'9. IM3. withacnpilal of tlUl.lHrllmainlvfnrthe
purpose of arresting the evils of SPl'lllOUR SOii
TK0MS, also fur supplying thocommunlly with relia
ble re motlies wherever a competent physician ennnot
or will not bo employed, hr.ve pnrchssed from Or.
JOHN K. ROWa.ND, hie ealobrated Kownnd'a
'i'onlc jfllxlure, known ror tweniy-nvc years as
tlio only sure and snfe euro for FKVKH and A0UE,
dec, and hislncstimnblo remedv for HOWKI. COM
PLAINTS, Kowanu acorapouna &ympoi DiacKoerry
Root, which highly approved and popular Remedies,
together with the University's Remedy forcomplainia
of the Lungs, The Univeraily'a Remedy ror ! apep
siaor Indigestion. The University's Remedy for Cos
tive Ilowols. Also tne university's Aimanae any oe
had at the Branch Dispenaary, or at the Citv Rook
Store of B. CONMiLL,
Lancaster, May 31, 1655 3m4
I "VIVEnSITY FAKIILT RERIEDIES.
XSSUEDnndcr tha acal, annctlnn and anthorilyof
the University or KKfcls mcuiciac ana ropuiar
Knowledge, unarterea ny the Mate oi reuusyivania,
April 89. 1S53. with a capiul of (100,000 mainly for tha
niirnnseof arresting the evils of SPURIOUS NOS
TRUMS, also for supplying thocommunlly with relia.
ble remerilca wherever a competent physician cannot
or will not he employed, have purchased from Dr.
JOHN H. ROWAND. bla eelobrated Hswanl'l
Tonic Ullxturei known for tweniy-nra years aa
ihsmilviura and safe eura for FEVER and AGUE.
Ac, and his Ineatlmabla romedy for BOWRL OOM-
PL1NTS, Rowanls's compound Syrnp or BiacKberry
Root, which nigtny approvea ana popular Kenraaiea,
together with the Univerally's Remedy for eomplainta
of the Lunga. The Unlveraltya Renieny ror oyapep
sia or Indigestion. Tne university's Kemeut tor uos.
live Bowels. Also tha University's Almanac may ba
bad at the Urancn Dispensary, or more oi
R. Brum, isromeu, fauoeiaiooniy, u.
UtVlTEHSITT FAtOILT REMEDIES.
T8SUEDnnder the seal, sanction and authority of
H the Unlveraity or f KaK hb.uiui.hu. ana ropuiar
Knowledge. Chartered by the Stat of Pennsylvania,
April SO, 1853, with aoapitnl of $ lUOdsN) mainly for tha
purpose of arresting the evils of SPURIOUS NOR
TROWS, also tor aupplytng the community with relia
ble remedies wherever a competent physician eannot
or will not be employed, have purchased from nr.
JOHN R. HOWAKU. hi! celebrated Howamd'e
Tonic Ifllxtnre, known for twenrv ftv years aa
the only sore and eafe aura for FEVER aad AGUE,
di., and hla lneaiin.abla remedy for BOWEL COM
PLAINTS, Rowand'aeomponod Syrupof Blackberry
KooU which highly approved and popular Remedies,
together with the University's Remedy for complaint
of the Lnnga. Tbo UnWerslty'a Remedy far Dyapep.
ala or Indigestion. Tbo University's Remedy for Cos
tive Bowels. Also tpe University's Almanac may t)o
v A . , fu KMn.h TttsisansNra. Rndntof
Laneaater, Mj SI, iesi-m Jt. . K.SEL0EB.
FOURTH OF JULY.
GRAND PW AT BREMEN.
A grand Pic-Nic will be had on the
E .stern end of the C. W. St Z. Rail Road
on the fourth. A special train will leave
Lsncaeter at 6 o'clock A. M. precisely
fare both ways 60 cent. Let vry body
fill their baskets and spend a day in the
EXCIIASGE AD BANK NOTE TABLE
OrrrmttimtM r Mtt- C:,tftkEmhmBU
OHIO. 1 g.lNHSEg.
All Sttf BranchM tad Old Banna . If ill
Sum Slot Bunk pr Fra Bankf 6dU
buck All nut, Bank Bar
INDIANA. NOBTH CaROLIXl
SUt Bank Mr AUSoiront Banka a.dli
Fraa B.skt Stnft yi4ta GKOROIA.
KKXTUCKV. AllSll,nl Bank. IS. Urn
All Solranl BauM pat SOUm CAROLINA.
VIK&LX1A. All 8olrDt Bank. t,dla
Old Rank par Ii.LI.tOiS.
Fr Biaki M AUSolT.nt Banks SOcdla
rhuif S3 e4l AnSolranl Banka Stadia
AUKaat. Solrral Bka par MICHIGAN.
MISIOUW. All Solraat Bantu Sfadla
S'.ata Bank ttt
uulanirrM la pijaiam of Mill or ea eatmalt,
aotva efilaoomlnaUofialsaa thaa tia.luaad or fiuki
mil cf tkia Hlal (ripaelalr Waatara Kiln) ara sot
w mnr'Hng quvtawiua.
eM, miing at I f itraalaa.
Kxebsnga" 1 '
Fjllowitir nui ot lataraat allowed a aniMatta.
rortutQtuaajal cant- For Sta IS naathae aa
w o amins a 9 " una jaar 7 a
If Daooakta mada In Ctfla. eartiflcatM aaada Mvahla
la asm t. Il tatj maUara oaMt, aa Ik mppij la aaw
OAzarriOrFici,Trlse,3S tCoC Our
quotations this morning are as follows:
wheat, I,BO. flour, 9,00 per barrel;
uorn, 00; live, 80; UaU, 35 cts; Clover
seed 5,50; 'Timothy ed, 3a4,00; Pota'
toes, 1,50, Flax seed. cal,00; But
ter, 12al5c; Egp, 6 cents. Salt, ,75
Beans, 2,00; Soaps, 56c: Coffee,
12 15c; Tea, AOcalOO; Molasses, 40
Sugar, 7$-33. Whit Fish l2Dollars per
r.arrei; ru kerei lu.ooto I Z.OO: ttice 8439
Vioe-rar, I8a25 cenU: Tobacco. 25a35cts:
Hay. Il,00al2,00. Tallow 10$ per brl.
vy niSfc-y, 3SJ0. Wool 20a33c.
Frtm Ua.Vta Tfr 7Vi, tfjtntil.
New Yobs, June 23.
biccipts or TUB Wilt.
ccar.EXT PRicis this wcex. Bcsrxs.
These are sold by the bead at a price
equal to the valne per pound of the estima
ted weight of beef in the quarters. The
hide aud tiillow or "fifth-Quarter" is not
counted in this market. It is in Bos
The Paics To Dat 39 & will average
about 9 Jo.
1-irst quality 10nllc.
Medium 9 in 10c.
But few sales over 10$ or under 9c.
Prices of Veal Calves. The ra?e at
which such Calves as are fit to eat sell for
all the rear is f roin 4 to 7c per lb., live
A class called 'kittens' that h. Calves
from one to six days old sells from 1,25
In Autumn a good many'Vr.iss Culves,"
generally sold at four to six months old,
brings 3 to $8.
A good rat eal often brings 20a30.
Mile Cows. The price of Cows depends
as much upon fancy as tho price of Horses.
Urdinary cows, 25at30; good fair cows,
35a$40; extra quality, with calf, 4 5a 3 50,
and a few at 560. .
Sheep asd Lambs. Common Sheep, 2,-
50a$6; extra Sheep, CaSlO; Lambs,$3A
Swise. Western Hogs, corn-fed, large
first quality, 616c live .weight; 8a9i
dead weight; live weight, small sire, do.,
6a7c; live weight 8a9. dead weight;
Western mast-tHd, none; Western still fed,
none; ISew lurk State still-fed, none;
New York Suul, small size, prime for
market retailing 7a7$c. live weight, 8 Ja
'Jc. dead weight.
ai;airrs t,aav wiu it tut lots axa aoa-ra.
F.rir. Hmd'n Rio. JTar'sa. Smmlm.
822 111 457
9 C83 499
a wine 2,12o
Horses - 19
Beef CaTTLE-Number in market at Al-
lerton's, Forty-foutth st., to-day, 2,129.
1 heso are repo d from the foilowingbtates:
New York 81 Illinois
Ohio 572 Missouri
Indiana 325 Texas
Ciscissati, June 26. River roe 10
inches last night. Weather warm, bnt no
rain to-day. Flour very dull at 89. Whis
key steady at 31c. Cheese 8c. Provisions
firm. . Mess pork held at SI 8. Bacon G J;
Shoulders 9J. Coffee 1 tail J. Sugar 6a
7. Molasses 31. Butter 12a1 3 dull.
New Yokk, Jnne 20. Wool The as
pect of the market here is unchanged, but
we learn that the purchases made in the
interior have been considerable at prices
favoring owners. The receipts have not
increased materially. Small sales nt our
annexed quotations. Pullod is still scarce.
Lambs cummand 3oc. ioretgn is nnu
with more inquiry. ;
American Sax. Fl p lb
Do. Full Blood Merino
Do. and 4 Merino
Do. Native and qr. do :
Sup. Pulled Country
Do. I, bulled uountrr
Extra do .
bo. Am., uom. nasneu
So. Am. Entre Rios
Soruth Am. Unwashed
South Am. Cordova.
East India, Washed .
Smyrna, Unwashed .
Smyrna, Washed -Mexican,
New ToraX fflT.nrIa.et.
Niw York, June 26. Cotton unchang
ed. Flour has declined 12jo. Sales of
7000 bbls good Ohio at 58.76a9.31 -Southern
unchanged. Wheat dull; white Mich
igan 82,60a2,55. Corn has declined la2o.
90,000 busb. of mixed sold at 98a81.01.
Pnrlr nrices stiffer but not quotahlv low-
o50 bbls new Mesa at 919.60. Beef
firm. Lard Arm. Ohio Whiskey 38c.
Stocks better, money unchanged. Erie
624; Cleveland and Toledo 96; Cleveland
and Pittsburgh 67; Cumberland 31 ; Read
ing 92J; Cariton 28; N. T. Central 91.01;
U..S. 6'i 68, 91,19; MosSdiirl C' 97f
4lalsiUIaia)a Sala t Brat r.atala
TJCRCASrioaad.rf M). brMMM from
aT.taWO.ia, la .. .kM,, ,,., ,. -I
afJaka Capb.H, ....,. a, M -laaua V, ..iu
JIouUMr lae iu r J at, a. D. lias.
aatwaaatbakaaraaftre a-Slcxrka,. and .,
dock H. M. af aaid ay,afrf farania aaa aa a Um.
klf aaal a Kid at j aukiia taaaaa aad autuy, aa Urm
raiotara.1 fnunwiba laada aaa toaaaiaotat la Lai
fo. 3d In IhaTowaaf rlakariaataa, Fair! umit,
'lo: A laa. aart af taa Konhai w.iaraar af lu.a
If. M.TawuaMa Ka. M, Mahca 1W. (ar aa al Lot
ho.Tp. K.rraafo rtiaaloooB, iuNnhi
aaat evroaraf Baijjaata aiara Laad, aa taa Hrta
oaatcaraaraf Lot a. I aa Mrkad aa taa flat af U
CaaDtjr Survavar'aaartldad rairn laaaaa aaatalaad
tha itaitkaooudarf Ham af aald Aanaaaat tartr a?
aatttaana. aa. J aaaiaaaua au llakata a HN al ma
fortaaaai to mar or Lot So. w, aa aarkad aaaa U
aaiaaplat; IbaDeaaaat with aald lla S raalaa aadtl
Unka to a poat at tba kanbaaat caraar af Lai a. I al
atarked aa aaldaurrarl Uianaa aUat with aald llaa a
akaln and Hx linka to a poat at taa KoitJi aaat aaraaa
w oiarawa aa aaia ptaif inanaa aaat wna
aald lmkt link, la a atona al Ik a Harih.aat aoraaa
af aald Lat K. 41 thanac eaaife wits Ota Kaat aoaadarf
Una ot fid Ha. 1, U tlialna and K liuka la aatoaaat
tho SonUiaaat corner of aald Lot ho. 4, la taa (vrtfc
aoannaryiin sram'i tract; tbcaca Waat wltfe aaM
Maaoa'a S.boandary ImaSev 'luluinitaaMmsibs'
tss aald lots Koa.Saad 4; ibaaaa West with aald tin
cJu!asand7lliDtstoepoe, aanar aatwwaa lauhaa.
I andtrt Ujauraeoatlaalu. West altbaaid line Stasia
and JollnkjtoaaWiia at taa Soaihwast taraav af ioi
Wo. I; tbance Kortb IS chains aadtl Uaka Wtaaalaaa
of bagtnnlng.coaulnlng 84 l-luft acna. " "
Aiaopanortaa mwinaaat kunst ana part af the
XortLaaat (toarur ofoacUoa No. W af Towaabla Sa
IS Ranra So. SO.Bafua-aa met bouadad aa ju..u ra.
acraa as narked oo Iha prat of tba Coanty Sarvayat'a
ratarn, comiaacl(at aatoa aa Ui aoathwaat cor
ner of lauaOrtfflUi'alaudi theaca Bsat raabalnt la 4
post UiaaraBwatt u eaain a a prt uaaao
iOchalna toapoat an tba Waat Mvadary Una af aatdl
Qaajter Sccilon,laaacaJorU a tUt ttd-l Uaa AS akalat t
tbab(inlna;. - j, A '
AIo,Lou.Vo. 1 anJ S,eotitJolwr t!t otttt lA U.l
aid MortlMaat ftaafWr l add SacUea Ko. M, aawv
oieaduf at a atoua at tha onh teat etirnar af aald
KortfeaMl Quarter Section; tbaaca kaal alone tba
Jorth aoondary liaa Ibarwf, S akataa and ST llafa m
a poat at tba north aaat aorta of lot Ko. 1: taehoa
Baat f cnainaana 73iJnasioapoaiaiinnonnaassaac
oar of lot o. t, tavaoa SaU ( ahasaaaae sWlrakatat t
to a poacwt the aeitaaaat aoraar at tot Ka.M Uiaaaa
watts cbaiwaa 71 llnta to a poat earaar bat aaaa
aid lots No. 1 and a ittus Weasa abalea t Unka
to a poat at tha amtbwaat comer aflat sra. Ii taaaaa.
aOTtal ratlin and W linka to Laa baglaaliig, aaatatar
ing in ail tl ao-ioa i
Alao. uartof tha aonbeaat floarter of Eaetloa ao. tti
Township . IS, fianga o.sv,atafaga, knawa ayaaA
lcgMao. 1. aaaarkMl da taa plat la Book M. a, wr
ray ko. wj, uoaniy sarrayom nacoraa, aaruaina as,
aatoaa at the aortbweat ort,ar of aald Quart? lay
tlon; Uianaa Eaat along the kortk aoaadary llaa taara
ofSchatni and JJIIi.kst aposu lbaaaauallaralaj
with uta waat boonoary llaa oi aata uaartav n aaama
andniiakaloa post; tbouaa Wsd abalaa and M
Uoka to a post oa tba Waat tMauBary Uaa ltaaraef
theaoa aortb 17 ebalaa and S3 Unka to Uta keclaalngi
aontalnlitg II aeraa. ' .
Alao a past of tnao ftdartat Rdeltdii, Wglhatn at d
post OB tba a.bouadary Una of aald Qaartar tkaiaa da
Si linka Kaat of tba uerthwaat earaar af awtd aaastari '
tbenea Kaat 7 chains and SX linka to a aoat; thaaad
South 17 chains and Si linka to a pott; tbenea Waat
7 chains and SOX links to a post) tbaaaa Bonk 7 ataalaa
ano units to use piaoa or ouainaisHt, evavataina
acres, alao part oftlia oortbw.al Qnartar of Se-tWo,
H, or Lot 44, Township IS, Banco to, Bafttsa Ba
artnnlnc at tha northwest corner of said toetloa; tbenea
47 X linka to a poat at tba nonbaaat coraar of Lot k,
(on the taflra tract) aa marked oa tba platt then,
fcatX linka to tha northeast coraar Of Lot ko.t
to a p.)n; thence South parallel with tba waat baaa
dary liua chains and JO links to a boat at tha doaila
eaat aomer of aald Lot no. 8-t taaaea Waat US tlnkavd
a poat at tba Southeast aornar of Lot no. ); tbaaaa
Waat t chains and 47 K links to a poat at tba Soatbwaat
corner uf said Lot no. 1 tba Waal boundary lla of
aaid Section; theoea aunb with aald Seotloa Una f
chains and iu link to the kaglnnln,;, tontainlnf la ai
cast witBtna nast boanaary iiaatnaraoi a sssmssn
Taraiaofaaltona third eaah la hand one third la,
one year and balanca la two veara with Intaroat, fraak
day of aala; ast to h sold for Uaa thaa two Ihhrdt the
appraised value tbaraof.
J. B. MU M A UGH. Admler da iaotrasa,
of Joba Camnball.deaaaaad.
O. II. PERRY,
WHOLESALE t RETAIL DEALER IX
Kthtrlt MTmit't OU t'aaa, Jfaca f(Mtaaafar, OaafV
RESl'KCT FULLY aotJclUtlCa etUattoaof all wkd
may want OrOearioato hi naw and lanra 8 total
oa band, an bracing la part, tba following aruetee;
java Ann bio correE)
Yooji; Byaoa, Imp: Black and Onpowdr TEAS,
usbed. Loaf and pulverttad SnralJ
ir Houaa Hyrapi K O. M fleas as,
anions, r if a, Balstnl, FUkarta
Ooldca and Sugar 1
new Orleans, crusnao. uatana auiva
Riee, Oraagea, Laoaoaa, 1
Hagarrurea hams) urtaa aar, atatoafa aaaaagw
Cbean and Spices;
Soapa. Dye Studs, Candle, Tab act Bucket
'Waahboarda, Broome, dee., arc.
ALSO A Sn lotofChewlogTobac,Ba)otlagdw
Pare if and Doraaatic Liquor. Itotioo, Aic.
I foel assured that all who any favor aa with a aall
will aotgo away dleaatladad with any prieae, ava aT
lby ahould not aaladnead tu brry.
In a few days I will have LA KU( PISH of all klada.
If. B. COUSTBV rBOOCCEUkailoanhangafaf
Crocarla. Laneaatar, Jaaa 14, tSil -dU
WB would particularly In vita thaattsnrJoa ofaraf
Lady readara, who intood vlslllag Cladnnatl
thl Spring orSnmroer, to tba axlanalva atoak of tin,
J. A. HE.rUBESO, lota
Hg Consisting or .
AtBoaaeta, RibaaBet Flavwera atatdt
1 r. Hi us i si era of lUa law-st Paris aw Vorkatrl.
Her stock Is by far tbo LA RQKST In tha city, and Id
kept constantly full by DAILY AKHIvAl fr0 the
East, of the Jftrtit Potltro Aaaaat, Snglttk Slraaw,
Sanaa, Tanaa, and Sotsa BroUt. Bin aad moth L
ex. together with tha most cboic Boaawr, Car aad
Taiaaiaa Kiaaoaa.and Faaara Arnrtciai. FLewaaa
imported; all of which aba will aall SS per cent, lower1
than any oiherestabltshmeri! In Cincinnati. Heretorata
Ko. 804 FIFTH STREET, betwaon Kip, di Plaag.
Cincinnati, March t, 16S ly4T
GILT Moaldlnga for Pktara Frtms, for aala at Ik
rity book atora- .
April SI, VAA.: BcOjf XkLL, AgaaU .
A ECHITECTL'RE by L D. Gould, A. Boojamla and)
0. P. Smith, for aala at the city book atora '
prll SI, 1M4. at. CONXXLL, Agt-
TLAKKS CommeaUry on the Old and Hair T
Vmenli for aala at tba eity book atora.
April 1, 1134W H. CCRjlBlit 4 goat. -
"TRS- Partlnsrton'a Carpt Bag of Pub
I the city book Mora.
April 31, IBM. .
B. C0X5EI.L Agent
rpi E Old Brewery and Sew at lasso Booaa, for eal
I Ui city book atora.
THE Lamp Mghter.foraale althd rttv book atord
ApriUl 1M. B CorStH. Afav
TARMERS'andBmlgranttBook, for tat Hill
April SI, 1654.
a ' citv ono a atora.
TTSAXCY Artlclaa la (real variety, for aala ad the ettf
April SI. 1854.
B. C03IXW.U Agaat.
irrr urnvkB at
SEARLE'S BOOK STORlC
Opposite HhtBtTbr' Hotel, I.ancnater, Okltf
WTOKEY MOON and olbar Comnlltlea from Pa a eh
J I AntoToiography of aa Actress, by. Mrs. Nowata
journey to t.eoirai jtirrra, py onyara layior
Kansas and Kdbiarka. bt llate
SUnny Memorifaof Fprdlgn Landlitrf Kf. StOwd
The Better iJOid, by ThoiupsOb
Napoleon hla Arrtiy.Tbe Camp yiroa Of rtapoleoSj
A una lot or Annuals ror leto, ami a ana lot at emeu
Gift Bookaofaliklnda. ,..,!
a large lot of Family Bible and Packet Bible at
reduced price. . "
Catholic Prayer Book a. Kpwcopai rrcyar Boots, aaa
School Bndkaaad suthmarTBt atBoiejaien Ketati,
Pocket Wallela. Fort Wonles. and Pen K. ntv.ee, to
sale attho Book Store of JOH.t 8KAHI.ES,
Oct. Stf, 185455 on fUl .
LITTLE Tc DBESnlCIII
eairxaat BaaLta w
STAPLE & FAXCY Dnf t06D
Groceries L)noeuawarca Hat, Cape,
aoaierra, boots, anoas, Wat. rxraa abb aaaaaausa,
MAIS STREET, LAKC ASTER, OHIO.
WOULD roapectrallylnTHe tha attantloB of ovary
body to their large and well assorted atoek of
, SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
which have bean selected with care, and 111 ba ectd
at the lo weal aash prices. Mag , HaS-401
NEVV STORE-NEW GOODS.
HAS lust received and l Sow opening a geaerat
assortment of DM F 600DJ of orary earlet
uauafly found la Dry Goods trade.eoaalsUng In part el
Calteon Printa, Lawas, Glnfhamav
Brown and Bleached Mnsllna: I.Sdi lOqoar STr4flnf
Black aad Fancy Oresa Silks; Dalanea; fiargs
A I pace as. plain aad B go red; - - -
LlneaandSllk BandkercMefaand Crsts
Bonnetaaad Bonnal Klhboal Closaod CaefoMrdaf
Satinetaaad Flannel; Cheek, Tickings, aad
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