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Thursday Morning July SO, 1835
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PRINCIPLES OF THE AMERICAN
PART i UK umu.
1. The unlimited Freedom of Religion
disconnected with politics Hostility to
ecclesiastical influences upon the aflnirs 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 ihe 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 refusal to extend the right of suf
frage to all who eome hereafter- until they
shall have resided 2t years in the United
States and complied with the Naturaliza
tion Laws. - , - ' . '
3. Opposition to all political organiza
tions composed exclusively ofForeigners.and
to Foreign Military Companies, and to all
attempts to exclude tht Bible from Schools
supported by the Government.
4. Slavery is local not national: we
oppose its extension in any of our terri-
,i ilia ;nransA of its Dolitica! dow-
er by the admission into the Union of any
Slave State or otherwise; and wo demand
of tho General Government an immediate
redress of the great , wrongs which have
been inflicted ubor. the cause of Freodom
and the American character by the repeal
of the Missouri Compromise, and the in
troduction of Slavery into Kansas in viola
tion of law, by force of arms, and the de
the elective fianchise.
5. In humble imitation of the wisdom of
Waaiiinntnn wa onnosa all intervention in
the affairsofForeign States;yet on all prop
er occasions, wo will not withhold our
sympathy from any peoplo aspiring to be
fiee. . .
' 6. Wo support Ameican Industry and
genius against tho adverse policy ofFor
nifrn nntinna and facilities to internal and
external commerce by the improvement of
Rivers and Harbors anil tne consirucuun
of National Roads uniting the various sec
tions nf the Union.
. 7. The Uuion of these Stales should be
' Miade perpetual by a fuilhful allegiance to
. the (joHHuution.
G.I.IaSt;vte policy we zealously advocate
Retrenchment ami Kefonn, mouniiMiuun
of tho prcson. oppressive system oi xnsn
.tion and a liberal system of Public Schools
SPIRIT OF THE OHIO PRESS.
nmv THE NOMINATIONS ARE
There is a perfect avalanche of enthusi
Rs'.ic respoii'acirio the nominations of the
Republican Convention of the 13ih before
tn. Such unanimity and ardor, where a
new combination of par ios has been effect-
el. was nover before seen. Wo are ob
liged from the immonse mass before us to
make ourcxtracts very bri-if, but they will
bo sufficient to show tho position they occu
,.py on this great issue.
Prom tho Clinton Republican.
. Repnbllcan StHte Mominntious.
We this week place at the hoad of ou
columns the ticket nominated by tho Ro
nublican State Convention, wliish assem
bled in Columbus on Friday last. With
(ho exceotion of Mr. Chase we are highly
nlaased with the ticket, and do notbeleive
that it could have been much improved
. ,. . -
As to Mr, Chase, tho nominee fur Gov
rnor. our readers know that wo would
have preferred the nomination of Drinker
hoff, Swan, or somo other man whoso po
litical historv in some respects would have
been less exceptionable. But the Conven
tion. after much labor and deliberation
saw fit to nominate him, by a respectable
.majority, and we therefore feel bound, in
pood titi tit, to abtue us uecision.
Whatever may have been the antcced
ants of Mr. Chase, there is no question
but that lie represents the strong Anti-JNe
liraska fooling ot the country, anu viewe
in this light, we do not see how any one
who is siucero in his convictions upon this
question, and who honestly desires to see
the Missouri Compromise line restored, can
fail to vote for Mr. Chase as well as the
rest of the ticket. The question for de
cision at the BDOroachins election is,
whether Ohio wtif approve or condemn
the "Nebraska Swindle and the Kansas
outraaro?" Every otlior question is oftri
.fling importance compared with it, and we
do not believe that when tho election
comes round, any considerable number of
Republicans will be found quarreling a;
bout minor differences, when so much is
at stake in fhe irrntid issue. We have be
licved ever since the election of last fall
that a very largo majority of Ohio are sin
cerelv opposed to the present Administra
tionj which seems tohav been lending all
its influenceauu power to tho encourage
ment and spread of slavery, and we confi
dent! v believe that the majority for the Re
publican ticket this year will not fall short
ot me iremcnuous majority oi msi yur
Clihton county gave a majority of 1375
this year we predict she will do as well,
' ' From the Rprlngllold Republic.
Tho result of the Convention as to can
didates we give at the head of our columns,
M'he unanimously declared nominees o
the Convention are now our candidates.
and to them we pledae our whole, cord
al and undivided support. This duty is
made perfectly clear to us from every
nointof view. . -We know somo will bo
slow to aerree with us, buttime and delib
erationwill surely dissolve all doubts
There is, there can be no alternative, as
we love principle,-and as we desire to re
form. Who shall point us to one singi
. inducement to give aid to our common en
fihiv. the party and candidates of our oppo
nents, who in our estimation occupy only
' - nosition oi spoilsmen? :: " : . -
Tbe spoils party has already too long
rloated upon tho fife-blood- et ' our State
prosperity,' and. we hold it to be unpardon
Lie in to relax any effort for their com
plete and entire overthrow, vv e auk, what
publio enormity, what -crying public evil
is there that the dominant parly in Ohio
has not willingly supported? We, there
fore, titke a position in favor of constituti
onal liberty, and thorough State and Na
tional reforms, and in favor of the whole
Republican Stato ticket. That ticket will
be elcoted by a majority more overwhelm
ing even than the Republican majority of
last year,' if we are not greatly mistaken
in the signs Of the times.
From Ihe Clrclevlllo Herald.
Tub Convkntios. In our columns to
day will be found l lie proceedings of the
Fusion Convention. The rcpor' is con
densed from the' Ohio State Journal re
ports. For Governor,
. SALMON P. CHASE, of Hamilton
was nominated on the first ballot, by CO
majority. Our readursarc already awaro
that we were opposed to the nomination
of Mr. Chase. We desired and ardently
hoped another name would be placed at
the head of tho ticket. Mr. Chase had a
clear majority over all opposition, and his
friends were not willing to compromise on
any other candidate ' There is no use
disguising the fact that the nomination of
Mr. Chaso is not acceptable to the peoplo
of the Scioto Valley, and were there no
great issues to meet, .his , vote would bo
small. But there are great issues which
will bring to Mr. Chase a-support which
ho could not otherwise get., .
From . the Sidney Journal.
The Republican Convcutiou.
We publish to-day the proceedings of
this body, which convened at Columbus
on the 13th inst. .. We congratulate the
Republicans of Ohio on the harmony and
good fueling which prevailed during their
deliberations, and the excellent ticket pre
sented by them for your support. Per
sonally we are well pleased with the stlec-
lon, anu will support the ticket with our
hole might, until "victory shall perch
upon our banner."
It is seldom that a less objectionable set
f men are offered the people for their suf-
ajres. They are all well and favorably
nown, nnd are admirably qualified to till
ie offices for which they are nominated,
and to which they will bo elected by lar
ger minorities than- were ever ueiore
nown in tho Slate of Ohio.
Mr. Chase, the. nominee for Governor,
las just retired for a term in tho United
States Senate, where he signally distin
guished himself as tho champion of J' rce-
dom in opposing the Nebraska swindle.
lie was the man tor the tunes the very
man of all men that Ohio should have had
there when Northern traitors and dough
faces were rampant in their schemes of
lhwtir. His frequent, manly anil elo
quent speeches did more for the cause than
lose of any other man in the btate. j?or
lis, if no other reason, the Republicans
f Ohio should reward hi in by their uiiui
lJod support, and show our enemies thnt
true merit and exaltod worth will not be
forgotten by a generous people.
From tho Highland News.
TllK AxTI-NkIIIIASKA NoMIXATIOX8.--We
placo at the head of our columns this week
tho ticket nominated by tho Convention of
the 13th, pledging our best exertions to se
cure its success. At the sumo time it
would be idle to deny that the nominationof
Mr. Chaso for Governor is far from being
rrpeable to our fuelings Or preferences,
n common, with a largo majority oi me
Whigs, we have been compi-lled to enter
tain serious doubts of the political intcgri-
of that gentleman, and to liiUor liom
somo of his views of public policy. But,
notwithstanding these olijeelions, we re
sr ird it as our duly, under preseut eircum-
. . 1 T
tanccs, to givo mm our support.-- Having
iibored for a Convcniion, of members of
II parties, on tho avowed basis of laying
aside all individual preferences in order to
secure union and hnrmonv on tho one
great question of Ihe day, wo feel bound
hy its decision fairly and honorably made
To acquiesce in the will of the majority
fairly expressed, we regard us the vilal
principle of all Conventions, without which
they would be but a mockery and a
From tho Olentangy GnzeUo.
Thit end we believe wns accomplished in
the ticket nominated ns well if not bettor
hnn it could have been by any other com
binationof names. The gentlemen compo
sing it are all eminently qualified for the
posts for which they nre proposed, and as
a whole a stronger ticbet.orono more wor
thy of the cordial and united support of the
peoplo of Ohio, has seldom if ever been put
n nomination. .
From tho l'ortnco Democrat.
Thequoation of.Mr. Mason's motion for
unanimous ratification of the nomination
of tho whole ticket, was then put by tho
President, and an earthquake aye went up
n its behalf. Ihe negative was then cnl
ed for, and all was silent not a discord
ant "no was hoard the stillness of the
grave, for a momeht prevailed there was
a silence that could be felt nnd then that
great convention, ' surging liko the up
heaving waves of tho mighty sea, rose up
and gave three times three for tho ticket.
with such loud accorq, that the migmy
united voice of the great delegated pros
ence of the people seemed like the . very
trump ot Ireedom like, indeed, a voice o
Thus met the convention thus it did its
work thus it separated
All ot us bave not had personal preicr
enccs indulged, in making up the ticket
but nono ot us, we trust, shall labor . any
the less zealously for its success,
The men on tho ticket, worthy as they
may be, are, after all, but of minor consul
eration. Tbe principle involved is every
thing. vital. . nndving -to mako this
principle paramount in our Stato and Na
tion, is now the work and duty ot every
patriotic man and we iirgfl upon every
man, to use bis personal ellortin ins town
ship, in his neighborhood, in the circle in
whiuh he moves, in behalf of the ticket
we this day place, at our mast head- as
that ticket is the representative of the great
DrinciDles of human freedom, the sign of
opposition to all farther slavery encroach
ments, and the watchword for retrench
ment, and all desirable reforms.
- From the Palneavllls Telegraph.
Men of Ohio! The campaign is before
you. Our Catjbb is JubtI Our Union
Pkrfbct! Denationalize Slavery! Re
trenchment and Economy in State Expen
ditures. These are tbe rallying cries em
blazoned upon our banners. Never did
men go before the peoplo with a juster
Cause. In State matters never was there
greater need of vigorous reform than in
Ohio to-day. Tho oormorants who have
roosted so long in the public offioes must
be routed from the promises. This young
State with her wealth of resconrcet, need
a Stato government that shall do something
else than impost taxes. We want Legisla
tion that shall do something for tho sub
stantial interests of tho State. That shall
give us a reliable currency. That shall
encourage the development of our native
rescources. Ohio is the giant Slate of the
Union-'-bnther young limbs are now
chained and crippled by the legislation of
narrow-minded and bigoted parlisans-and
her broad shoulders are bowed to the
earth with the weight of her taxations.
We want a new policy, to be inaugurated
by a new class of men.' Just such men as
were nominated on the 13th. Forgetting
all parlor allegiance in their common at
tachments to the interests of the country
and the State. Men who arc the fi tends
of Freedom, and Jusiico, and Plighted
Faith; the friends of Democratic economy
and Low Taxes, and tho general interests
of Free Labor,
From the Indopondant American.
For tho American Councils in Iliown Co.
Tho time has como for action. A more
thorough organization of our party should
bo effected as. soon as possible. Every
member should be fully aroused. The
Convcniion of the 13th inst., has given us
a ticket which is perhaps as generally sat
isfactory as could have been expoctod.
The ticket combines more talent, it is tho't
by many, than has boon before the people
of Ohio as candidates since her organiza
tion as a biat. -
Mr. Chase heads the list," and will be
very popular with his parly, Hiid with
most of tho Anti-Nebraska men of all par
ties. Mr. Chase is not the first choice of
many,' yet we think it would bo childish
to throw away votes merely because we
have not had things done up precisely to
our lancy, 'llio ticket is a good oue, a
popular one, all things considered, and we
will support it to the extent of our ability.
N e nre willing to sacrifice our mere pre
ferences for men at the shrine of principles
We have one common foe against whom to
contend the old-line, self styled Democ
racy. When wo annjizo this old dragon,
we find him in favor of every measure
which the American Republican parly op
pose. We are opposed lo. the extension of
slavery into free territory th?y are the
embodiment of the American slavery prop-
ogandi, and would till with slaves every
mile of territory belonging, or which may
belong to tho United States.' They are in
favor ol the admission of more slavo Slates
nto our Union, and of throwing the posi
tive powers of Government on the sido of
lavery. We hold, as a cardinal doctrine.
thnt slavery is a seclional institution, nnd
that freedom is our national and constitu
tional element. They hold that slavery is
national that our constitutional powers
shall all be construed in favor of slavery
that our revolutionary fathers fought, bled
and died to establish it. We are in favor
of a protective policy against the .wiles of
foreign influence, especially that old eccle
siastic)' of the Roman Catholics, whose his
tory is marked wiih blood, and whoso
every tread on earth, wherever fhey have
obtained tho temporal power, to which
hey aspire, has been on the prostrate
forms of Liberty, Freedom, nnd Republi
canism. " ' - .
. F.'Om tho Canton Repository.
On Friday, the 13:1) inst.. a more than
usually large number of persons assembled
in Columbus, in response to a call previ
ously issued;-, to nominate a Republican
ticket for tho campaign. The delegates
were good men and true men, who, with
but few exceptions, met with a determine
tion to bury former political predilections
nnd prejudices; pclJly and urmly put their
shoulders to the wheel to move on the car
of progress, which shall not only arrest,
but circumvent the nggression of the slave
power. The delegates- met in earnest upon
this question and not with nnv intent of
mnkmg anti-slavery professions, whilst
their actions should advance the interests
nnd institutions of the South. There were
there grey headed veterans, who had ren
dered service of their pnmo and mature
manhood, in opposing political ranks, and
now in the evening decline ot their days,
stand side by side and shoulder to shoulder
to repoalthe aggressions of a common po
liticHl enemy. They were there to counsel
with the 3'oungftnd middle aged, to adop:
a platform of Republican principles, will
leave a deep and favorable impress upon
tho remainder of the country a platform
dictated by the progress of the ago, and
in harmony and consonance with the vital
interests of the Slate and ' of Republican
The Mt. Gilead Sentinel, in speaking of
the candidates upon the ticket, says:
"They have arrayed themselves with the
peoplo in this great struggle between des
potism nnd freedom, and they ask you lor
your sullrages, not fortieir own good a-
lone, but that through them the JNorth may
be vindicated and liberty made triumphant
The struggle is not one of their own seek
ing, but has been forced upon them by the
acts of the South, and they demand that
nil who are prepared to resist tho " further
spread of the dnk curse of slavery, shall
rally around them, and . sustain them in
their hour of need
Men of Morrow, organize your forces
and prepare to meet tho cohorts of slavery
In the last conflict you gloriously triumph'
ed, but your old enemy is again in . the
field, bearing the black flag of oppression
and boasting of tho triumph they will win
Be it your duty to trail that flag in the dust
and bring these beasts to naught. Li
hnrmonv and concession rule amonfst vou
yielding everything for the good of the
cause, and all will be well.
From the Cadiz Republican
-' The Convention The Ticket.
The Convention which assembled in Co
lumbus on tho 13th inst.,. was tho largost
of tho kind that ever assembled in Ohio.,
Every county, save two,' was fully repre
sented. The ablest men ot tne male were
there, foi tho purpose of taking counsel
together; and though there wereditwrences
of opinion ns to men. all seemed animate
by the same spirit on the great question at
issue, viz: opposition to tne limner exien
sion of Slavery. Past political differences
of opinion, on minor questions, were lost
sight ot Whigs, Uemocrat8, froesoilers
and Know Nothings took counsel together,
like brothers, and resolved to stand side by
side in the great battle of freedom. They
agreed upon a platform with an unanimity
unexampled. In support Of the principles
it embodies they will battle together as
one man. - and victory will crown their ef
forts. The whole raco of doughfaces will
be crushed out. The friends of Freedom
will Stand shoulder to Bhouldcr throughout
this contest, and they will triumph over
their doughface opponents by an unprece
From U HitaMto lawillfeaesr.
The Ticket. .
The Republican. Convention at Culum-
bn, on the 13ih, was numerously attended
and rory enthusiastic. Uimxpucted har
mony prevailed, and tho devices of tho en
emy to procure a division, and afiorwards
withdraw Medilland run Chase in his stead.
We fully confess that Mr. Chase was not
our first choise. We preferred other men,
equally unobjectionable on the Anti-Ne
braska issue, and Tor other reasons for pro
ferable to him. But R publicanisra is only
"fusion" and for tha common good, all
patriots should be willing to give up lhir
preferences in minor matters for Ihe sake
of Ihe rouse.
The senond man on the tickM is Thomas
H. Ford, the gnllant fi-llow whose speech
we published somo weeks since. Aud so
on clear down the ticket is of the best
and most popular materials. A stronger
and a better one, take it all in all wo could
not have had.
Then lelthe watchword be 'Thkwholk
Ticket asd hotiiino but the Ticket.'
From the Bueyrua Journal.
... "Our FlHif U There"
This week we nail at the mast head the
Mincftn lianiiof rtf ilia Itr.nnl.i; .. ..... . t
ii, t..( r ni.: - v:,i i iL '
in.? wwiv vi winy.. .? in, nn Homing con
fidence in tho righteousness of our cause
and the promised victory of truth over er
ror of right over wrong, we go into the
campaign with that ardor which the purity
of our causa cau alun iitf; looking for
ward to the bright promise that truth and
right shall triumph.
Wo have no space for comments this
week, but we express our confidence in the
men chosen to bear up our -piinciplcs.
They are men, individually, in whom the
peoplo can place confidence, nnd as a ticket
it is the strongest in point of principle,
talent and pure worth that has ever un
der any circumstances, been presented to
tho State. We nail it to the mast-head de
termined to keep it afloat, whether victory
shall crown our efforts or defeat shell run
us with colors flying beneath the wave.
From the Troy (Miami Co ) Timoj.
That Convention closed its labors by
unanimously recommending the ticket
Inch stands at the head of this column.
Shall we bolt it? We have beard no one
timate that tho gentlemen nominated
lacked either qualifications or willingness
to enter ' upon and carry out a thorough
reform in the affairs of our State; no out
contends that if Salmon P. Chaso is elect
ed by 75,000, there will bo any hesitation
bout determining whether it is a Pierce
nd Douglas viclory or not. Why, then,
not the object of that Convention accom-
hshed by the election of this ticket? For
our own part we believe that Miami county
at tho. next election will show ns she did
hen she voted for M. II. Nicholas, that
is 'Measures, not Men,' that commands
From the Hnnlin County RopubKcan
Cut one object seemed lo actuate its mem
bers, and that was an almost total abandon
ment of persona! preference and personal
considerations for tho sake of tho success of
the cause of Freedom, nnd tho result was
tho nomination of a ticket and the ndop
on of a plaiform, with singular unanimii v.
The men that have been selected for place
pon the ticket arc unexceptionable, both
as regards qualification and personal mer-
. It fact we hazard the assertion, tliat a
less objectionable ticket, in point of talent
and personal character, ' has not been pre
sented to the peoplo of Ohio, for their e n
dorsement at the polls-, for many years.
All unite in saying, that thcro never was
a Convention in this State so generally at
tended as the one on tho 13th inst. Lvery
portion of Ihe State was well represented.
Ohio seems lo be awake, and the majority
he will fool up for CI 1 Ash, as Uovernor,
this Fall, will be an everlasting rebuke to
tho imbocilo and weak men who deprived
liin of his scat in tho United Stales Sen.ile.
From tho DolUfuntuInc (Logun Co.) Gazottx.
Whatever may have been, or may be, the
feelings nnd Tvishes of individuals ofeither
wing of tho opposition, it is obvious that
tho great mass of both were animated by a
spirit of concession and conciliation a
controlling desire lo placo ' Ohio right on
tho question of slavery and a determina-
lon to construct on the ruins of old organi
zations a new party, enlightened in its
views, progressive in its tendencies, benefi
cial in its measures, and true to tho great
auso of I rcedom and the North.
From tho Madison County Chronicle.
We this week publish tho proceedings
f tho Republican State Convention, to
gether with tho -ticket. In placing this
ticket at the bead of our columns we do it
with a full conviction that it will receive
the approbation and support of every He
publican in this county.
From tho Connoaut Reporter.
We placo at tho head of our columns
the ticket nominated by tho Republican
Stato Convention at Columbus on Friday
It has about it the elements of succcss.nnd
will command the cntiro vote of the Re
publican party of Ohio. Every county
was fully represented in the Convention; &
a more patriotic nnd earnestdelegation ncv
er assembled at tho Capital. We were i
witness of the proceedings, nnd at the ter
mination of the ballolling for each candi
date, there was an expression of enthusi
asm which told how strongly the feeling
pervaded for union and' harmony.. There
was a fitness in selecting Mr. Chase lor
the fu st office, which no other candidate
conld so well fill in tho campaign, and his
election will tell more forcibly for freedom
more emphatically against the dough-faces
of the North lhan any other man. Dele
gates in the Convention went not for men
but lor principles, nnd tne choice oi jur.
Chase was most earnestly seconded by
those who were constrained to 'vote for
other candidates; and whoever entertain
ed doubts of uniting the Rpublicaans on
Mr. Chase, had thenj removed by the
well-timed and patriotio remarks of the
Ex-Senator in aocepting tho nomination.
Ho was enthusiastically cheered. :
The gallant Ford, who led tho van for
freedom at Philadelph'ra who spoke as
never man beforo spoke to tho slavery rep
resentatives and dough-faces was select
ed for tho second office, with great una
nimity. That speech was tho turest guar
antee that the Captain's heart was . in the
right place, and the delegates represen
ting tho people, expressed a peeuliar sat
isfaction in thus attesting their admira
tion of the principles he so forcibly advo
cated. Ohio bat not more noble mea than
Chaso and Ford; and wo do not mistake
the senlimenU among the paople. when we
say that those men vilj go-into oflioo with
not loss than vw majuriiyi
VnM the froMoa Regular.
Above is the Stato ticket nominated at
the Republican Convention, last week.
Wo shall render it our heartiest support.
True, some of tho nominee were noi our
first choice, but as a whole it is an excel
lent ticket, composed of men of superior a
bilitieK, and of the election of every man on
the ticket, by an overwhelming majority,
wo have not now the slightest doubt.
From Ihe CUardoa (UeaufaCe.) Democrat.
With such a ticket as it presented lo tho
freemen of Ohb, by tho action of their
Delegates on tho 13th of July, success is
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For3nto9udaa3 cent. I'ottjtv 1J months!, f-c.-nt
3 to mofittni i 9 -r One ar 7 f' "
If l)opoiiMoade InCoin.irertifli-nle made pji)alle
In Minu. Money nialUr, qun-t. and thaaur.pl) Is now
vuiu .u an wnviaNiiiiD uciuanii,
Gazettk Office, July 20, Ifl55.-0ur
quotations this morning are ns follows:
Wheat, 1,00; Flour, 83.00 per barrel;
Corn, 60; Rye, 90; Oats, 30c!s; Clover
seed 5,50; Timothy seed, 3a4.00; Pota
toes, 40 cents. I-lax seed. 93c.; But
ter, 10(fl2c; hggs, 8 cents, Salt, 2,37
Beans, 2,00; Soaps, 5(a;Cc: Coff-c,
12.tal5c; Tea, 60fo; 100; Molasses, 4
Sugar, 7aCc. White Fih, 13 dollars per
barrel; fukerel lU.UUto 1 2.00; Kiee CJa9.
Vinegar, lf,a25 cents; Tobacco, 25a35cls
Hay. C,008,00. Tallow I0J per brl
Whisky, 33c. Wool 2033c.
Frtm IJteJVea) Vfrt Tribune.
New York, July 18.
KECElrTS OF THE WEEK. j
CUBRENT FKICES THIS WEEK. BEEVES.
These are sold by the head at a price
equal to the value per pound of the estima
ted weight of beef in tho quarters. The
hido and tallow or "flflh-quarler" is not
counted in this market. It is in Bos
ton. Tiif. Price To Dav lb will average
First quality lOJallc.
Extra good Cattle 1 lie.
Bul few sales over 1 1 or under 10c.
Prices of Veal Calves. The rate at
which such Calves as are tit to eat sell for
all the year is from 4 to 7c per lb., live
A class called 'kittens' thnt is. Calves
from one to six days old sells from 1,25
to 3 a-S4 each.
In Autumn a good many"grass Calves,"
generally sold at four to six months old,
brings 3 to $8.
. A good fat Veal often blings 20aS30.
Milk Cows. The price of Cows depunds
as much upon fancy as the price of Horses.
Ordinary enws, 25a$30; good fair cows,
35.1-940; extra quality, with calf. 45a$50.
Sheep axd Lam us. Common Sheep, 2a
SB; .extra Nieep, Ca'SG; Lambs, l,50a5.
hwiSE W extern Hogs, corn-fed, large
first quality, CGtc. live weight, 77Je.
dead weight: small size, do 7i(a8c. dead
weight; 5(3iGfi. live weight; Western mast
fed, none; Western still-fed, none; New-
ork Slate still-fed dead weight,. IHiiSu;
live weight, 5JaCJi; New York Slate,
small size, prime for market retailing.
Tho total number of entile in market du
ring llio week was 3.C25, being 212 more
than that of the previous week, nnd nearly
100 above the average number ol last year.
The great mass of cattlo wore from Ohio
THEASrUCUtS AVXVAV BCFtRT
TXUWAKDGR AYRILL,Trraatirrnf PalrDeld coea
i Ir.ln ancMiM with eald eoeuly, for Ihe jear t,d
liitf Jane I, IKii; Jjjf,
lo amount romainlna;on kaad Jane l"t,
'"M, - :.S37 et (
To amount rerit-l front the Blafcn:
lomlao vehool fund ....$lfi.y34 40 0
lntreM ob betion 10 ..... J. 17 3
Three pr cent Ir end kO M
Tatoe refunded by euueljr V7 la 0
Treaaarer'a mileage 4 ex I
ie, r.? e-j a
To amount rerlve4--
forSertion 10 .7S SO 1
For Tavee 3 a
For hbow Llcenaea 1-0 Ml 0
For fodler'e do Ie 0 t
For Bouda 4r. due County.. WWI
For Slate Common Krkoot
Fend, balance 9,401 35 S
For School Fend from Hoek-
iiiK connfy 7 lis 0
For Koad coaia , ye tfa t
For A iirtl.Hi Lieenen r S (41 0
From Jnatlceaof the Fcaee .. M l3 0
Prow Sheriff a uj o
From I'robte Judge 9
i ui an
To amount recedon the Grand Duplicate I Vi.iM 31 H
Total Receipt! .
.jus nit n 2
Ry amount paid StaU Tjeeaurer .
Male lax coiiecird 9 I3.W77 7 0
belinijuenrteaof iei3 enl. . Stfitt 3 0
Fedler'a Lieente 19 ou M
Agricultural Fund, bhowa.dvC 47 al 0
by amount paid en Conrilv OMt-r
r.r.ji ii'iartur s..rJ er
S-cond do 3.013 hi 4
T'liird do S.'.'Jo to i
Fourth do 'O.wci 4V I
S 10.3 1! II 0
l;y ani'tpaiuTreae're anilfage 4 it) 0
liy anioHnt of Tr.-aurtr'a i-a
On rnn,t Ilupllrnlo 1.4-4 'jc, 1
n '. in f4 3 al I pr tcui i(!3i
On l.ui7 13 If at iper ecu! H XI 6
I'aup.-ni ;;'; --" .
tout.t.'e , -, . ,. ; . .
For M.li-nry, Book, and Binding
pira, Funuiureaml article tor OaVaa
MienaT ... . . ,
Election F.'oe . ".'''"
J'fuentubuf Allofawy . .
Jeatic-e . . .
Freirhl, Kxpraej, Telegraph ana Foeloite
Pruning lllanka.eui . : . T
Hoad Vlrvere. el , - ,
H. lilinf Sckuol Fund auMvaaa- .
tier . .....
Legal Form . . . .
Inloreal on Kailroad Hnads it premie
John T. Braoo, d.'frnding Lawrence
Martin and Subleieh Fee Lilly re. Col
martin ano: Hcnu-uu Tor collecting .
John H. S'hmdor At Co. 1-oeka for Jail
John II. Xt-hroderand Co, for Hobhlee
J. 11. and C. II. Marnu (or legal aorVlcee
School Kfaminere . t 1
Cl.ilhliig for Prtaoucra .
luraoing Uwronco . . ,
Timber uad by Heprrtumre : ;
U.iiielCollina.l'eeeaa '.'ouutj Com'er
1 uxoa refunded '.
behool Fonda, to Violet
faxi ft t
I.' I 4t
14 40 t
lee 04 t
It.F S vt)
IS Ml t
do t.) Hlclrlani
do Ao Clean-re k
do do Amanda ..
do do hvrtte .
do lo .Madiaon
do to Knahereek
do do Itloonl 1
do do Walnut
do Oo I'Ua.anI
do do l.ilertr
do do Hocking
do do GrejulMd
a iaj e
. S tie
- St 90 0
. I 0
is m 0
SH 33 t '
, fl.rai V3 ;
. ' I Wift oj .
. , V lje4 40
till (M .1
a. 147 09 S
3 )t 11 I
..! 07 t
1 via i 4
, 73 '
. 8.I7H 14 0
3.154 37 3
g-,O.SIlo 4 t
Hy neionnt of Section 10 Fund paid Ht.-.tf--
4.un.ireno.iti4rafay l lOf. a? r,4 u
do do August I. WT.4 .. ' 311 14 4
. Uu. .-,. MoveuiOai, HH4 iU4 M tt
I do FiWiaac) 1. Itij l.bll 7 3
do do May 1. Ir j3 U 80 )
1.5S7 I J :
-3.313 Oi 0
Total Ep;niiilarea (IBH.nv.i. mi 9
dltlice in Traaury, June I, ThTfrtb 14"5
EU AAl'.U f:RAVBILL,Troast;rer Fairdcld Co.
Examined with theroncl,enanil fonnd lo hf correct.
Junu 7, IH3J Cimiiiiaiionera Fairh -td County.
Puhliaacd by order of the board.
J. W. TOWijON.
Jane 11, iei. Auditor of Falrfi M countr.
Firat auarter ending Kenldinber 1. 1K.V1 .
Hi-cond do Al-cemorr i, do
rhird do W jrtU I, lni ..
Fourth do Jjd;1 do .. .
Total ain't eipeiutod on county or.lara M7 S33 tn 4
0 780 Co f
, i.Oll M 4
78.Su! 40 I
1. W. TOWSoa.Coonly Anditaw.
Lancadr, July 19. J--iV-a)l
SAFET!.""SPEED S" COMFORT,
i7m .Vf 0
AW t7 0
37 !.' 0
12 VA 0
Exhibit of hlxpcrditarcM.
ArtKTon'm Oinci, Fairfield roauly,
L&ncArrcK, Juue II, J-jj. " )
T1j iHi.l.'r;pncd, County Auditor, iu jmrumnct to
law, nijd the ordt rof ihe County CommUi(eiit;r.hrti
in sut'iuin ti the cilixcunoreuiid county, ait fcun,il of
tin hxrend.tun-9 f mi eountv. dtni g the year tjnd
iiiK June 1. l-',aftf.llo. to vil;
FOKTHK QT;aRTKR ENDING SEPTKMBER 1. -M
Anmuht paid for upport of Ppen 1 )Si 0
For School fundi. 1.143 i j
onmiit.U'dj f-j v
Wdiiacii U J;iTr.(, County Auditor 379 iff, 0
llirectors of Inllrtnary
Viewer, fcurvotoru & Chaiuiuen on nads
Sjirincr Ac Trout, clothint; fr a Lunatic
J;iC"' A lurk, SliUi(r)e for Jiil
fr. A C. Hood, paiiitinjf nud glazing at
V 'HTl llott)e and Jail
Vandeinark. Vdon and A lien, carpenter
work at Juil
Fitriiiltre4 on County Bond
Mrs.ttVHt-trf.r quiliine t inforlifir Jail
Ohio tatrle for p'llil.ttiiiiir Uwk 14
A. Sfifirrt for Index toCl Ke ds in part
Si-jiht-ii Smiih for iron H.-dileeild fur jail
JM. A. luaguuny feua at an Attoruey ....
Vilffii K. Shaw leesua an Attorney
John EHrhart for i-crui'-oinir Otncvt
Julin Bu'lterry for hitew anhinz nt Jail
Furnaliicrlptioii to Lait-ator Gazette....
W. L. Jeflritsf4r service by order Cotn'tj
J nil n Gebelcin for liook La? for.Auditor't
OtllciJ and ballot t for otHi'e P.Judn.
Jel Kjdebausn for intsreston Domcatic
K nlrond BiMid.
P A I . K 1- 1 &n&-
r w a. a t
HEW F.XPUESS , .
I I Mtl
FliOM LANCASTER TO ATHENS,
Cemnfociiic IMdyj Julf 16 IS4.1i
f I'Hfc S,-w and SplenjiA Packet Boat, GLOBE G;
I GoKllo.X. Mztlor will Icare Lancaater. from the
Viurelior.ee ot JEr'FHIKH de WOOD, at the Junction ef
Ihe Canal anil Kailroad a above, c run In connection. -wilt,
the TmIih on the C. W. Z. Kailroad, aa lollowe!
LcetM .eacerrr-.Monda;.9.Aeilne5dayaik Pridays
Ltticti A:iut Tuiid, Tharaday and haturdaya;
TO TKAVf f-rilt
Paaacncrs learinc' Cincinnati In the 6 o'clock A".M.
Train, by the C.W.rfc Z. Kailroad, will arrive at Athene
next morning, in time to take the Stuye golne; South,
and returning Kill connect with the I ra for Clnco
nati. and rtace tor Col iiinliij-being the only Unecu-nect-nif
wilti the Cara at taucn.wr, hoab ways, r1 -irutir
will tin, I il ihe qukkeat, cheapeat all lliojl
plcaant route. No churjre at Ineaater for transfer
of OayirnKJ. Excuraion partiea curried at low rale
The Proprielora of the EXPKRR8 PACKET, re
apectfolly announce that, in compliance with tbe aolt-1
citation of mar;y citirena of Lancaaier.A1hena.eV in-t-jrinediau
town'a on t-e route, they hare detereitucd
toeaiauli'h a Li.Nli bc-taeen laincaatr and Athena
which will connect at Lauca-ter wilhlhe ualna on the
Cm., VVilininrton cV Zaneatiue Railroaa, dc with the
' thoaaflordlnr the beat facilitict for the apr-edy trana-
portation or Preiu'bt or Paaio-ngcra to and from Surar
Grove, Locan.Nclaoiivillc, Chauncey, Athena and Cin-
t il i.- I! ! cinnaii. Heavy Freight carried at aa low ratea aa any
lin no u , . . , ..
, UO I V IlinV KIBI) .,11 h. ...l.lt All.tKn K.t
9 eu e
'.'0 UU II
gi ii a
119 t- o
bJ6 33 0
36 IS 0
6 93 0
SI 50 n
Id UU ll
10 l0 0
100 00 0
11 '5 73 0
'JS 00 0
4ii M 0
4 to 0
1 3d 0
2 00 0
15 00 0
1.3J8 CO 0
Jotiu Kiirhart tor avrvlcea as Janitor 10 50 U
ilockin:; Valley Bank forlnlcrenl on Kail
Hoad Honda ' 35 00 0
Lancaster Gazette for puhli.bina: lawa lrZ4 ie t!4 0
Ettinfi.-r. White- and Latta, fur Hardware
f..r Olllcea B 33 0
ForTuxc refunded...'. 9 9:
J. W. Holt for work at office of f. Judge. 140 0
Fur postac" H 24 0
V. li. Shaw for aervice aa School Exam'r 10 30 0
Clerk Court Common Pleaa 65 6X 0
f, 7M lit!
Ti'Ksdav, J iih' 24. Flour and Grain.
The receipts of Fluur are lijrlit an4 tlie
market is quiet, but priceR arc stead)-.
Tho sales to-day included 100 brU new at'
G,75aC,80; 50 bids old at C,50. heat is
in good demand for immediate delivery at
1,20hI,25. Hound lots are otlereu lor de
livery in thirty days at I,05aI,I0. Re
ceived during the last 24 hours, 593 brls
Whisky Sales of 400 brls from river at
31Ac: 75 do from wagons at 3h:, nnd
220 do from canal at 31c, indicating an
Suzar The demand is moderate, with a
firm market. Sales of 40 hhds rrood fair
anil prime at 7a7Jc.
Molasses The market is very firm al
33c, but the sales arc few and small.
Coffee Themarket is quiet with a limit
ed innuiry. Sales Of GO bais common
and fair fit 1 Hal lie.
IUittcr The market is unchanged ami
New Yorlt Itlnrltcf.
New York, July 23.- Flour- advanced
12V c, with sales of 250 bbls. Stale brands
at 83"a900; Southern dull at $),50a
Wheat stifTer, but not . quo'.ably higher,
with cales of Southurn While nt S1.90,
Corn m trket firmer, with sales of 50,000
bush at 90c.
Pork stiffer. 400 bbls sold at 819,66,
Lard firm at 9al lc.
Whiskcv steady at 41c: with sales of
250 b bis.
Cleveland, July 24. Wheat nominal
at 1 .80 1 ,90. Corn 75c. Oats 5 Jo.
Cheese 8o; Butter 14o. Salt 1,00
Ale. per barrel, 87,00. Slock $8,00
Whiskey Highwines 34ic. Flour super
3?" We call attention to the advertise
ment of Ubn. T. Ewing, offering Tor sale a
valuable farm located south of the city
Capitalists are offered a fino investment
in those Lands. - - -.- -
;C5rTho crowded state of our columns
this week prevents- the appearance of
number of editorials and other articles:
They shall be forthcoming in.bur next.
arn Preparation. A 'small disseo
tionof".Pa?orm8"-- will appear in our
next.' '-' - " ' .-'
FOR TIIE QUARTEI! ENDING DECEMBER 1, lr54
Amount paid for Taxca refunded....
G. J.W rirnni fornrticlcafirt:ierk'aUfflce
and Prolntte and Com. Plena Courts,
Gcor;j Hood, Glaaaand Glazinarat Court
ILiiiiU und Jail
M. fcltiiiirr. Fcca on Coronira iuquest
(. VV. Liat k FiN-a iu Lunacy caw
11. A. Gcucrteift. Caiollca lorTre'atiUlce.
KorPreiphlon, cV hauling .School Bouka
Marliu Kaeay Clerk'a Fcea
Thiw ..KenaCIIKI. Daniel Coliina SVI.llau-
alT.-hop), 97H Fees aa Coiintv CotuVra
Elflnper. Mhiti, anil Latta for Hardware
fir Jail and Court Honati
P. Il.-uaituni Lumber and Coal for Jail
and Court Houne
John T. Bwee r,irdifinillna: liavia
Nun-ton Schlclch for UcforMliiia Spiii,IL-r
1'homaa ShannoH lor brickwork at Jail
William Mitchell Fcca aa Coroner . ...
V. II Miirlin ApAciul Proaecntilir AltoriK-y
Julin Earhurt kecpinjr utllee clean
For Ttiuber jiacd by Superrieora
John (iebulein Uook Caae for P. Jud0
t.'lntliin for Prisonura
A. Stiifert, in full, balance for waking In-.
dx to County Record
Sumiort of Paup.-ra
the security of mono ami other valuables entruetcd
to onrciire. Ordera for Gonde. to be returned by our
line from Cincinnati or Lancaater. will be carried fret)
of rharire When put Into a poalase atamp envelope,
and encl"Hnres of inone In the same when Hdoea not
exceed S id.
TTAup,v on th? Bo-it.or to Jeffries H. Wood. Lan
caster: f. Kocheatrii: Sons. Logan: Kanpaa Ac Kem
plc, Neleonvilie; R. He Steiffcr. Athens.
Julv 19, Ihii 3wll GORDON 4k Co.. Proprietors
(23 12 IXi 03 tl7 C3
31 EN AG ERIE.
FOR TIIE QU.nTKK ENDING MARCH 1, IMS.
Amount t'.Tid I'- Collins Fim ns CMy Coin'r 42 0 0
i-cimpp rees a oi nnmiHUnier
Thomas Hve. Keos ns i'a Coniint?inr
liilcrcit on lloinuKtic Hail Kiai Boutls
For Cloih.nir fr pri4tn'rs
Kor Record Book ami Stationery
Ki hool Kxaninu rs .,.,,.
G?nrirc H .Smith fjr expontn of Hm inert
V; Hurlolph for rourey'j: notr to I'om'r
U. Kuyamndu!! Fhyii-inn in Lunacy cuius
). KimIo1i)i (r Coilin 6tc. for Pauper....
For l'ostape ami Tekrupbing
fc.A. KithurUstVtr puraiff Iwrenco....
For KepaimunH Furniture for JitiOtlK-cs
mul Court Hou!t
William Potivr for Te.ejrraphir
Frhool Fnls -
TutltiH, Srhtelrli A O ruber, for i'rintinjj
Klank. cis -
TutUill. S.:hleirh unl Grubf r for Adv. et-i.
KvIhxiI Fund for LirkrOgcminty
(Jo do Hacking county
FrolMtO JlK.jTJ -
F.Dtjiu for caiivoyinc I.uiifttic to Asylum
Express chnnrtK on Scbuol Aparatu.....
lMrectors of thft Inftrnmrf
William L. Jedrirs County Auditor
Trcusurer for dupreciat.'d Bank paper
For iupport of out Vaupora
For Infirmary purposos
Clerk Court Common Ploas
Viewers, etc. on RontU... S
Treasurers, for making ssuleinenta of
School Funds a . 16 00 0
Jurora 104 59 0
Total 5 eW0 5
I T A I a I AN I I K(JUS.
IS C0SXECTI05 WITH
RAYMOND 8u CO'6
DOTH UNDER ONE 1'AYlLLlOy.
AdratMOn lo both Companiesi only S3 ci
VO HALF PRICE.
WILL EXHIBIT AT LAIt'ASTEB,
On Tloniaj, Joly 30, lfi .5.
For one dav only. Doors open at $ and 7 o'elock P. M .
WILL ALSO BE AT
Soinoncl, July 2 Cirl TlIlef tmlj 3 1 4
TLft Company will entirtown in ft-raud Prorvwioii
ou the moruiii of iitiiibilion, eamrLed by Pro r
.teiibcr'" I'bilHdelphia Urns Knnd,
jOriren through the afreets In an ftppmprlal carrlav'
ft illo We") by the wrrini;e. Cafi4, tN'pJianlnnnU Vautr,
eantuininir thd ANlAIALS, to the Mammoth Parilliuif
erc-rtfd for xhibuion.
'iii f.dlowniir Suirb Acta and Scenes wilt ho pre-
dcnted by hijf. cniARlNrSTKOlTpK OP AKTIftTri
andthfir woniertiiM irainen HAiitA.i nun.- as;
GUAM) 11.4I,IA CAIIMVALf
An act y rh:iicesoi horaback, by Sip. M. tedorej
Sitrnur Chinrmi will introduee tho mofl perfectly
TUAINFI) H'jKSES ir. tha wor!4f ...
PRINCE A3DNAP0tE0X. ;
In tli" court? of ih-ilr Cnrlena Prformanc one horsej
will pluv an Oran while the other dance a Pollra.
First appearance oflha greatest BUY" tttUKSTKH.
A N I ti th.- world. Ha Jn e Hi st, whose wonderful
Dtirel.ack Act, orer llnnllt-s. Harriers, ec., haa been
the astonishment of all beholder.
GltAMlJiPAMSH MATIOXAL BASCE
La Gitana hy Signnrlana CIIIARI5I, the moat sc'
coiiiplished llanseueae on Horaehmck In the world.
DANCING HORSE, DON JUAN,
Mannecl ,x Madame CIUARIM.
Tin' Oroat WKSfEKI TRICK CLtlWS JIHI
BL'ttT. who la nnrivali d aa a Wil ami Jeater.
Mr. I-.. W.i.Tii.a. Utr UOV RLE NO.UKHKfcT throw-'
34 til 0 I , an,i Chainlilon VAVI.TKK, who. ainontr nlhei'
4 IH) 0 i f,.-i. 0f oarina- and agility, throws a Somerset orer
10 12 3
8 35 0
2 es 0
3 75 0
4 5 0
8 VT, U
3 33 P
IG3 Wl 0
16 ti o
S33 CO 9
. 18 4T 0
SO 03 0
10 On 0
in tai (l
St ID 0
r, il u
lilt 75 3
j:ki 33 3
'.'11 DO 0
67 c 0
8 (Ml 0
3 fi.t U
1 on 0
I 75 0
la uu u
171 25 0
154 Wl II
5ii ii; o
' 144 II 0
55 (10 0
113 50 0
010 43 5
10H 60 0
ST74 HJ 0
11H 90 0
(3 P4 4
879 "it 0
8 13 0
91 M 0
54 00 0
Hll 14 0
5 50 0
3 Ou 0
9 50 0
55 G5 0
413 21 0
113 05 0
4f 35 0
1 85 0
307 fid 4
251 11 0
114 37 0
21 1)1 II
9 '.'9 6
115 78 0
19 ei 0
50 00 0
1 5 0
723 94 0
8 00 0
101 37 0
119 85 0
863 89 0
47 05 0
59 97 0
7 8 06 0
133 72 0
31 50 0
56 87 0
lTp Monster Klenliant Wneen Ann!
M.'ssra. WA l.f KRS an.l hTKGkSS.tlio accomplish-1
ed GY.M5.4KTS. whoso Classic Posini- and Grouping
on La Perche, and the Dangerous l.sdder, has excited
the unanimous applause of assembled thousands.
The performance of the ITAI.lAS TKOUPK will
conclude with a fcaUKSTKI A5 BUKLETTA. entHleai
The French Lord in nn Enjlinh Kidiug
In which will be introduced an tnnnmeralile earlefy
oftricks and Curious kthihitionaof Horse training
LIST OF ASMUS 4SD rERFI)R51AXCS'
FOR THE QUARTER ENDING JUNE I, 1855,
Amount naitl for WUnos Foca '78 55 ft
Jurors. Grand, Traeors and Talesmen.... 2-36 63
' Slli.,1 Fitm! tr, KnitMr frrnva . 514 28
do RuaBvlllo 940 74 8
do " - I.ilhopolla
do - Baltimore.
do Franklin County.
Township Fond to Hnckinir...
d ., Walnui....
- do Bern .
do Amanda .
- do - Violet .
. . da GreenBeld
CorporaUon Fond to Laneaotet-
do Baltlmnrt , ,
do ' Utbopolla
Improremenl Fund to Ince.ler
Amount paid for Inflrmsry pnrpoaej
. I.S92 5A 2
,, 402 17 i I
.. 3"9 54 6
.. 819 13 9
. . SiiO 88 1 :
.. 5"5 13 3 I
647 53 7
514 97 1 I
2.'3 13 3
301 86 T
. 208 93 8
)173 73 8
K7 82 9
104 88 7
t 207 87 t
Elephant Hanuibal.EIeplianl Ann,
ANP - - -
13 Cnge of LlonssTiserti, tcopnrdg, Ae.
? DEN OF hOYAL TIGEHSI
In which he foarleesly cufers. .
The ELEPHASTK, PONliY and MOAKJiV will tk!
pari In the performaocea. .
irTTheombindaitraetloiia of I'ircuaaud Mena
rorle, wHh aueb an array of Talent and Koreliy aa i
here represented, canno'fail to take Hie lend of aH
other e.xhihitlona. s-kwi
THE aubacrihor haa rcmoT.d ht establlsB4ctt Inla
his New rooms Sid, Mmi trt,..r-
a Ji,, and has lltled them p In a style unsurpaaaed
In the West. He hopes that the pnblle will appreciate
hi elforta lo please and eateaid so him a liberal patrol'
!l,l.,c has been done thai could be done lo
ensure success In Beery department of the -art. and hi
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