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Thursday ITIornlur. Aug. 8. I8
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-Having purchased of Tbos. S; SlaugTir
ler the entire Gazette Establishment, witb
11 unsettled subscription and advertising
toot out on the first of May last, a gener
a) settlement becomes desirable, previous
to Mr.' Slaughter's final removal vest.
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V'' G. W. MAoELRor; '
PRINCIPLES OV THE AMERICAN
PARTY OF OHIO. . . . .
The unlimited freedom of Religion
with Dolitics Hostility ' to
wcclesiastical influences upon the affairs of
Government-,Equality of rights to all
naturalised Emigrants who aro thoroughly
Americanized, and owe no temporial alle
giance, liy reason of their religion, higher
ti..n ilt to the Constitution. ' '
V.2. No intorferenoe with , the rights of
iticnsliip already. acquired by rorcign
rrand the protection of law to all who
honestly emigrate from love of liberty; but
the exclusion ot loreign paujju u -Ann.
iind a refuial lo xtend tht right cfsuf-
fraat to all who come hereafter until they
V . . ...... .1. . TT-t....
l,nll hnvA resided Zl vears iu mo umw
States and complied with the Naturaliia
tion Jjaws." . ... ,. 1 ' '.
.' Onnoaition to all BoutiesT. orzaniza
tlonscomposcd exclusively of Foreigners, and
io Foreign Military Companies, find to all
,mi.. tn exclude the JSlUe from &C10OIS
nnnnrted hv the Government.
r ., a. RUvrv is local not national: we
oppose, its extension in any of our terri
tories. and the increase of its political pow
, hv tha admission into the Union ot any
Slave Stale or otherwise; and we demand
vsf tl, CUnnrnl Government an immediate
redress of the greAt wrongs which have
been infiifted ubon the cause of Freedom
ttnd the American character by the repeal
of the Missouri Compromise, ana me in
troduction of Slavery into Kansas in viola
tion of law, by force ot arms, ana uie oe
ninnMn nf thn r-Wtive fliwcllise. .
5. Ill humblo imitation of the wisdom of
Washington, we oppose all intervention ir
the affairs of Foreign States;yet on all prop
tir occasions, WO will nrt withhold our
sympnthy (rotn any pcopk aspiring to be
-6. We support Ameican Industry and
i. .rrninct iKn Arlrarao nolicy. of For
eign nations and facilities to internal and
hv the improvement of
n;Wpr inrt Harbors and tho construction
nf Kutioniil Roads unitina the various see
tinna ftfltlA TTllioh."
1. The Union of these States should he
inuJe perpetual by a faithful allegiance to
tht Constitution. , , ,
8. InStte policy we scnlously advocate
retrenchment and Reform A modification
of the present oppressive system at laxa
lion and a liberal ovstem of Public Schools,
The CoavanUoRspMiMriha Press
' The Quetlo Settled.
Frees th Jacksoa C. Standard.
We place to-day before our readers, the
ticket nominated at tha republican ' Con
vention, which met at Columbus, on the
ISlbinst. Tha Convention was harmo
nious- throughout all it action, and tbe
r.ket nomiuated, taking all things into
consideration, is good one. That there
ill be differences of opinion in reference
to the candidates put in nomination will be
'i lie delegates lo tins uonventiom met as
Republicans, they acted upon Republican
principle . throughout the whole of their
proceedings.- Participating and taking
pari in- said Convention, we feel in honor
bound to give the ticket there nominated,
our obecrful support. - '
i From th We it Liberty Banner. '
Columbus never" before witnessed so
cheering and so elevating a spectacle.
llie gray-headed lathers of the old politi
cal parties, tho middle-aged and tho young
men ot lormer and new organuation. mot
on common ground, laid upon the altar of
the public weal past preferences and party
leaity, adopted with unanimous acclaim a
Republican platform of principles sound
and broad as the Ucclarntion of lndepcnd
ence, and nominated with great bat mooy
a ticket worthy the support of every friend
of freedom and tho best interest ot the
State.- ' - ' . .
From lb Lebanon (Warrea Co.) fur.
The tickot, it will thus be seen, is admi
rably divided both politically and section-
ally and is destined to be elected by a ma
iority so overwhelming that the Slave
Democracy will be so effectually beaten,
routod and slain that it will never again
raise, within the limits pf Ohio, tbe Black
Banner of Slavery. .
. ' ' From the Delawars Gazette.
.That end we believe was accomplished
in the ticket nominated as well if not better
than it Could have been by nny other com
binalion of names. . 1 he gentlemen oom
posing it are nil eminently qualified for the
- r j -l i
posts ior wniun tney aro proyuseu, nnu as
a whole a stronger ticket, or one more wor
thy of the cordial and united support of
the people pf Ohio, has seldom if ever been
put in nomination.
Indeed the indications thus inr are (Ut
tering far beyond rreneral expcctations.and
everything augurs tho success of the tick
et, br an overwhelming majority. In this
county ao far a we have been able to
. - 1.
From U AaorteM KoUryriM.
Tui CoavBKTtox at CoLouiua on tbe
I Sih, was largely attended, and made a
Republican ticket, chiefly composed of
Konw-Notldn't. The ticket is a good
one, and w can support it, though Cai
was not ourjtrn choice for Oovernor. As
the exponent of a great principle and move
ment we indorse lira.
From tho HMmtiCo. Btpabtloaa. . ' j
Ills with pleasure that we place tiro'
ticket nominated by the 13th of July Con
vention ftt the head uf our column, and
freely and Jealously can we advocate the
election of the nominee by the people.
From lb OaruxTlmu.
In this spirit the Convention adiourned
and the dlogatea and people repaired to
their homes,. When the fragments are 4-
numerated, on the evening of the second
Tuesday of October next, it will be found
that the ticket at our mast head is electei
and that there are many baskets full to
spare.. . , , , . ; , ;
From rh Portamotitk Trlbir.. - '
The delegate to this Convention met as
Republicans. ' They very well knew that
if their efforts were stubbornly directed to
the elevation of me: raiscin.Es must be
made subservient, and, of course, second
ary. This they avoided Sectional pref
erences, ultraiums and individual nreiudi
ccs were looped off and submerged tn the
overruling desire to correct the Kansas
outrage and promote other . republican
The gentlemen placed in nomination are
well known as men of character and prom
inence. W will not pretend to say that
thev would all have been the first choice
of Southern Ohio; but we know that the
nominations were made in good faith, with
a view to the success of the ticket through-.
out lue state. -. .
From the Totals Blade
We have no doubt that the ticket will
be elected by 63,000 majority, - and Ohio
be proudly maintained in the, position sbo
took last year. As Ohio then proclaimed
to the world in thunder tones, there is a
North, she will echo it now in language
equally unmistakeable. .
From the Sandusky Co. paper.
We havo buckled on the armor, and with
SALMON P. CHASE as our leader, in
this warfare between Freedom and Hu
man Bondage shall ccsse not to contend
until the great battle . is fought, and the
victory wou. Look at the ticket. Read
every name, not a aougn-iace on u.irom
. tiuocvnos-To-night. Those present
i ti.a Wmre civon by Pnop. FuoniaiiKR
nt tin English. Lalhern Chureh on Tues
davcvenini expressed ihemRelvesas in
ly "pleased and well entertained with what
thy heard and saw. - v
'X.W : wura in leed dclighted.Xor we were
not only iiintruclfd. in the principles of a
n i'le art, ari art tint should atlr-iCtthq no
lice of evury one, but we m-ro also amused
nt some of ihb humorous and diverting se
lections h gave his audience, and further
mJre at hii explanation of the philosophy
of ventriloquism and the singular experi
ment in that . department -ot vocal sci
But these are minor cmslilera! ions com
pared to the more exalted and higher di
visions fi( elocution. . . " -When
we look around and think of the
iniense number of public speakers and lec
'.'rMf.'ttiai iln not seem to possess even the
V U J a
ali-rhtest acquaintance with even the rudi
muntsof this truly beautiful lepartment of
education, it becomes unpleasant and even
p-vinful to our reflections.
Tho subjecj is truly one thatshould com
mand attention not merely in the pulpit, at
tbe bar, or in the publio.rum,buteven at
the fireside, in the sooial circle. -V
The human voice is the greatest of mus
ical instruments; its powor, compiss and
flexibility can b: increased by practico' to
tin unlimited extent. The voice not only
' distinguishes mankind from brute creation,
lint" marks a line between man and man;
the! illiterate ' from the cultivated; the j
grosser from the more enlightened.
Prof. F. in his leotures shows a manner
.ofncuUivatiftg ;the voice upon scientific
principles, begining at the. very founda
Jtion,;the basis of the art. There he shows
the false, and the proper way of rending
Various selections taken from standard au
thors, and closes the, evening with a pro
gramme of readings and recitations of dif
ferent kinds adapted to almost every con
ceivable taste from the Serious and pathetic,
to the mirthful and diverting. , , '
... Thus bis evenings do not consist altogeth
er of lecture, bat more of as be terms it,
.salect entertainment' : We " Would
therefore say to tliose who intend going
to-night,, that they could nqt wish to spend
a more'rigreeable time thari they will have
in listening to Tilm. v ' '
" To-night at tho Lutheran Chufcln .
Tan Kbntoh Mondmbnt. The Com
snlssioners appointed by the State of Ohio to
reot a- monument to General Simon Kcn
ton.have selected Bellefontaine rs the prop
r place to build it, but the first foundation
(tone has not yet been laid.; What is the
cause of the delay? -- - ; .-.
The North American : Phalanx Social
:.. ii;ti Kbb han in onneration for sev-
9W, T. i..w. ' ' . . ,
eral years past in New Jersey, is on we
eve of breaking up and all its property Is
advertised for sale at auotion, t . v
lrThe Bloomlngton 111. Flag says
that Captain Scott has six thousand acres
of com under cultivation on his farm at
Peora Junction, " ,' ;',
, xsrWm. H. Burton, tbe well known
commedian and manager, risited Boston
last week in bis military oapaoity of pay
masterof tho N. Y City Guards, ' .
learu, : it has been well received, and we the Captain doarn, all are pledged for Free-
. .. ... . ,11. 1.1. . n .. m n. . f .t
believe will secure a vote luny equal to dom the neauction ot i axes uie larin
ihat given last fall for Swan and Bliekens- fl aud economical administration of .our
derfer. ' , , .: - . " State Government, and the laitnrul execu-
From tits Muaioee city Timet, tion of the laws. Republicans of Sandus-
" The proceedings of the Republican State ky county, what is your duty? We have
Convention, will be found in this week's full confidence in you and commit the
paper. Also the ticket nominated at this cause to your charge. , - .
Convention. Wo rejoice that so mnch From the Vrbana citina& Ouotte.
harmony and unanimity abounded in the The Republican Ticket is an "excellent
Convention," and that so' substantial and one, and worthy the support of every friend
popular a ticket has been nominnted. of '.lie Republican cause in Ohio. We run
With this ticket success must be certain, it up at our mast head to-day,: and shall
for the orjDonents of the further encroach- use our humble abilities for its success in
menis of Slavery have clasped hand and Ohio. " ' -
united upon it. determined that it shall be From tui CuiumbUsa Co. Bw&ejra suu.
elected by a triumphant majority. Tho ticket nominated at tbe Convention,
From th Ziimsviiio Courior. received the unanimous assent of that vast
It is not his fault now that he occupies assemblage of Freemen, and will be indo.r
the highest position upon the State ticket, sed by the people of ihe State, by the lar
Had the compromise measures of 1850 gest majority ever given to a State ticket.
Third Decree f tac sat; Bf feats.
The following is tbs obligation of tbe
third degree of the Sag Nicbts of this
State, as administered by tbe "uleoted d
itor," Ex-SherifT, Cnal Collector, Post
Matter id ounus gen us to the faithful few ia
' . 'OBUaAttOST." . .
You, anJ each of yoo, of your own free
accord, in the presence of AlmihtT Gjd.
and theso brethren, with your hand join
ed together, forming a circle, in token of
the etfec.ion and oneness of purpose which
binds yon together do solemnly swear
(or affirm, if you prefer it,; that you will
nsver desert this Urder, or oetrsy any ol
its secrets, or signs, except to those whom
you know to be members, afu-r a trial of
them; that as third degres men are to be
appointed to guard the putts at ejections, to
see that our Roman Catholic brethren and
Foreigners are allowed to vote, atoll haz
ards, you will, when appointed . on that
duty, take your stand there, with your
brethren associated with you, ARMED
WELL, and prepared for tbe worst, keep
ing it strictly a secret, that you are anything
more than an idle j,eo'.ator. -The sign to
be given to tbe members of the first and
second degrees, when our friends are de
nied justice by the Judges of elections, in
which tbey are well instructed, Is tne rub
bing of the right eye slightly with tht right
hand Ibe indication for commencing
hostilities, is the clearing of tht throat au
dibly, and unping tht mouth with-the right
hand . Tou also promise and swear for
affirm) that yon wit not give these signs
without you see enough of of our mends
at hand to render an attack upon tbe enemy
"To all. this you pledge your lives, your
property and sacred honors. So help you
Uod and keep you steadfast."
After the administration, of this oath
the candidate is directed to destroy all
American papers, documents kc.,that he
csn fiad.and more particularly every copy
Of tho "LANCASTER AMEBTCA8 GaZETTI"
that may happen to come in bis sight, and
endeavor to prevent its circulation among
They are also directed to insult as far as
tlmy can all Americans that may be so un
lucky as to cross their path, and if neces
ssry to call in all the Dutch, Irish and
French lo "lick them." .
We hope they will have a good time of
American Protestant Association.
Nbw York, July 28. At yesterday's
session of the American Protestant Asso
ciation's National Convention, a proposi
tion was introduced to strike from the con
stitution the word American, so that th
name would read simply, Protestant As
souiation. Intense excitement followed
and the movers were threatened with a toss
out of the window. The chairman finally
declared the motion out of order, and tl
matter dropped. -
The Grand Encampment of the A. P. A
also met yesterday in this city, and afte
the choice of officers, adjourned to meet in
Cincinnati in June, 1856. -.
been left undisturbed; had the South not
wantonly violated tho promises made at
that tim?, and renewed the slavery agiia
tion by the repeal of the Missouri restriu
tion, Mr. Chase would not now bo the can
didate for the Governor of Ohio. But the
wron-' being I-ne, the excitement lenew
ed. and tho North given to understand
From New York.
New York. July S3. Several tlcatl
from sun stroke occurred on Friday and
Saturday. Two men Were killed on Sat
urday, by falling from a scaffold in front of
From tho Athtu Mjinntr.
There stands our ticket nt the bead of
this column, reader, and sink or Bvvim.
como disaster or success, there it shall
i:l 1 1. ..nnnrl TnnailoOnf f"l.it,ih.il
wi,n ,.nnfi i-ntl v oxnant to spa it lio ew ork Hotel, where they were en
...:i;'...i i. io.i nfir mi,.i-iiw nf ih fmn gaged in painting tho building. The Na
A fUU I- nnt M irt vni,,ls- rtf limmKU mnm'.nrnf tho Cnnvnnr nn UOI1. WUldlJ lias ueen III sesMOn llre
thMir'Sntithorn brethren, it ia no matter of that nlaced that ticket in nomination we adjourned on last fca.urday.
surprise that one of the most distinguished voted for a portion of it as our first choice
standard-bearers of fieedom should be nom- we wre one of the three thousand . who
nated for the Gubernatorial office of one sent ud an undivided and universal AfE
of ihe Northern 8:ate. ' upon the final r.itifica i iri i of the wholo, and
It is done. Wd think it was dono in bv that vote we stand pledged to honestly
irood faith and without anv sinister motive. iid viirorously labor for its success; 1 and
EXCUAACtt AID BANK, ft ITTK TABLE
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I1VOIAVA. aoBTU CAROLINA.
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AtSl'nt (. ft SOUTH C4K0LIJIA.
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eqaal to all wkotaaoow damaaea.
' Ltincaster Mnrkets.
Gaxcttx Office, Jsily SO, 18560ur
quotations tbia morning are as follow
Wheat. 1.10; Flour, 58.00 per barrel;
Corn, 65; Rye'OO: OaU, 30 cts; CTovtr-
sesd 6,60: rimothy seed, 34.00: Pota
toes, tS cents. Flax ed. 90. '.; But
ter, 12 16c; Ears, !68 centa,Sult,S,37
Beans. 1.6?; Soaps. 66c: Coffee,
I2U16C; Tea, 60100;Molases,'40a46;
Sugar, 8a9c . White Fish, 13 dollars per
barrel; Pickerel 10,00 to t.W;Ru23.
Vinegar, 18a25 cents; Tobacco, 25a35cts;
Hay. 6,00(38,00. Tallow 10 per brl
Whisky, 33c. Wool 20a33c.
Clevblako, July 31, Wheat nominal
at 1 .80(3 1 .90. Corn 76c Oats 60c.
Cheese 8c. Butter 14c. Sill 1.6'J
Ale, per barrel, 87.00. Stock 88,00
Whiskey Highwines 34Je. Flour super
Mew York market.
NbwYobk, July 31. Cotton, firm, with
upward tendency; sales 1000 bales N. 0.
Middling at 1 U; Upland Middling lOi.
r lour, hrm; tales 7.600 bbls btraii fa; ate
Southeren unchanged, with sales of 900
bbl. Wheat, a trifle higher, with sales of
19.000 bus Southern White at 2,00; Red
1 ,85. Corn, a trifle lower, with sales of
45,000 bush at 88 for Mixed. Pork, low
er, with sales of 235'J bbls Mess at 1 8,62.
Beef, firm, with sales of 16l) bbls. Lard
dull, with sale of 27-6 kegs. Whiskey
dull, with sales of 276 bbls Ohio. Groce
- tor ISA
Fj tr.la aom rat tu aai4 aouatj, for too for ma4
iiTJmu i. iseat DU.
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To tatid ralTa4 froal tia aula:
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fhn avroaal has WMI
Taxaa rfyaJ by aoootj 7 13 S
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For FodtorU o Hill
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For Swto Ctain School
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For SHeol raad froal Hock-
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J. .V. TOVTS.'-S.Coaiity Auditor.
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IU.VABD tfBAYBlUTraannr FalrStldCo.
faaiaioed with thoroocLan find round to bwrrct.
dam el tsohopp,
Jul VSi Coaniiaalojion Falifltld Couutj.
PuMliasd bf ordor of tbe B-M.
J. W. T0WS0N.
Jus? U, XZ. Aadltorof Falrfleld ooiB-.r. '
Elilbit of rxpeoditarea.
AcKToa'a Omca, Falrlold eniirj,
Loiciartf, Juoa 11, liii. j
Tha ofdor3'.(;nd, County Auditor, Id puruaeco to
law, and tha oderof tha County Co-omatenarsjioro-lmabmiu
totka citiaoiof amid coantr.aa LtMix of
tba Expaudnuroa of anid eoaciy.duruia tbayaarocd
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FORTH QtJABTEB EXOISO SSFTEXEZ2 1. 18S4
Aaioant pud ror aopport of Pasport. HS IS S
r HnwJBlfUIOI..; - l.ia? li s
Cooatkitlar 1M 8$ I
WUUaia L. JaSrtea, Couair Auditor S it 0
Anraaora t7 SO 0
For lodraarjr fit Y7 0
Mi 1HS0RABCB COMPANY,
tTATEMENT OFTHE CONDITION '
Ot IS6CHAKCE COMPr. July 1. KSS'
aaraquuJO oy law Ol hjj l.ltM, or tao author woio
THE name of tho Corporate la iTtA IKSU
HASLK COMfAS, located at HuruVril, Con
aatr.ciit. Tba Capital la Firs imdred Tbonaaud'
Collars, ar.d paid op. Ibe AasetiofUia Coaipauy arf
Call ia bLd, aud la Paaaux
Bunk 130 !S
Caib la tba band of Acsnta 1K.137 61 ,
Rnl Eitato snlneoabered 10 4TS A
7S "iorticaira Uoi,da,4di7 xr
c ut. lute real, pay able a-sinl-jtA-aually
0-4 per coot. State of Vlr
Jl nil Bond! SO.SflS t
S 5. Carolina do. 4 i-oo CO
lu-- JarnyCitv Wtterdo. lb.Suu W
10 City ofJlilwaatoodo. s ilo eu
S 7 Lacouo t.lvX) 00
Convention meets aain in Cincinnati the
3d Tuesday in June, 135G.
Wasiiisoto.v, July 3J. Tlio President
appointed Hon. John U
5,- . .. I c , i cull., uiiiiivi vi tuiuaao, iu u tt.'.v
, , , .1 .1 . .. ... .H ,n . .... I .. . .. t al.:i,,n .... onnvni, ... .. I .
IJelievinsr inns, nnu svuiiis; " Willi wou-.cver in auni.j n". K , " R,,, , mnv . Iluwcnn n nn f tefi
. . .i ., . i i " i. ..ti . w : . . ----
acompli.Mi the purpose, we iinnu me peo- may possess, mat pumijo snuu u em-nest
plo of Ohio should rainy tne nominations My, (itiiniuiiy, zeaiousiy anu prouuiy car
made at the 13ih of July Convention, . ried outi
fFi!othJ Alil:ibula ToUrranh.l From the Tlffln Tritxiiw.
Tha nroueed h'Ts of the - Convention . Tha ticket is received witu me crreakcsi
throu"houtseomed marked with very good enthusiasm in all parts of Ohio. There is
feelinir, and the result oi tneir action is no uouui m nu immunsu in""; '"i -now
before the people for them to pass let us make It as large as possible, so as ' to
iudfment. Willi the strong . feeling a- set Uluo right on tne rascalities oi iocoio
.3 .1 - i I - " J .1... .1 1. e. Tl will ta
ii.rt ,.vi,. inmnii nr inn n si'prv nn ni nnn nil' u jtii u-iii:tja. ah iai
Wm V..V.W..V.....VM.- . - Ji ? ,la,l,. 1, in M.;a,.ilr. n(.d GG3.
in!eret,winch lives deeply imoeuueu in tne quire a mnjui uy u um icm ' i - " , :
t....., r nnni nf ti,; Rif,. tt-ith the tn 1 this nronerl v. -, Wo must have it too. 1 he friends of the Prohibitory Law are
orecidents of last yenr of that strength We pledge Senaca county for her original determined that the ordinance shall remain
. ., a 1. .r.l.-l, ttf 1 . ma g.am tint a i-rrtr i nnnnm 1 1 no lillt frpr t f tllfiV Can lielfj It.
when tui v directed mo iriuiupn oi tnu i.uuu nu umuv iuum --v --r
' ' - .. . ' i . .:.i.in il,n I t'uillnr, tn ,ovu tlw. nnn at 1 1 ii I innni 1 1 V nf til
ays uuu turn . iu uinii- mi. i & nig j
live member of Inst Congress, voted fjr the
Kansas and Nebraska bill. He is also
known as a strenuous advocate of the poli
cy of giving homesteads to actual settlers,
and introduced a bill for that purpose
which passed the Uousu of Representatives,
but failed in the Senate.
Mortality in New York. .
New York, July 33. The number
ticket may bo considered as among the of their way
facts that will oe. ' rignt. ,
iimm UinCurrnl Vrca Prcu. I . . From tin Aslilanil Timet.
Thi Av wn swinLf atour mast bead, the . The feelinir of Ihe North which have
names of the gentlemen placed upon the been so outraged by tha consocuiive acts
Republican State tigket, bv the Columbus of fraud and violence since tho inception of
Convention of the 13ih inst. And in so the Nebraska act to the late attack of the
doine. we have an entire confidence that a administration upon trov. leeder. win, so
success awaits the cherished principles of faras Ohio 14 concerned, do expressea
Freemen, that shall at tho timo stand unri- though the present uepuonean uckbi in an
valed, andundaralTelcdin the ; history of unmistakable manner ami oy a majority ... s ;el,. 0n payment of20 each; the
StaU politics.botli here and elsowhere.by so large that it will.be toll and unuersiooui be expende(1 in soUin Kansas
tho overwhelming majority, (now in cm- as the expression of no . ptrty, but the Cliristian8 rrora Naw England.
bryo.) that this ticket will and must nave, voice or tui j-mji-i-e. ,
- .Inlli, Pinr.-nite skvorv , From tho Sidney (Sholbj Co. ) Journal
nropa"andists, who are now stealing an We are well pleased with the selection,
unhealthy and sickly existence upon the and will support the ticket wuu our
Northern doujrb-faco ticket of the 8th of might, until "victory shall perch uj
law tested by mutual agreement with liq
uor dealers, they are determined to lorce
the question into Court if possible. . , .
.. . . . 1111 - -
- From Boston,
Bostos, July 3D. Tho Society of the
New England Association of Clergymen
has issued a second circular, proposing to
enlist .the 8,000 clergymen ot Hew ,ng
land as life members of the Emigrant ana
Cincinnati Market. .
Cisciksati, July 31. The demand for
a ; - - J . r .- 1 1 ..:
our is id nuvnnce vi m auppijr, biiu fen
ces are lookino-'upward. 267 bbls sold at
87,75, and 160 at 87,60. Marketforba
con firm, sod some sales made at an ad
vance on previous quotations.
Pnn.ADEi.rniA. July 31. Receipts of
beef rattle during the week small, notwith
standinz which prices have declined 1
shad.e At market. 700 beeves, 4,000
sheen and lambs prices of beef cattle 9Aa
12tt 100 lbs; sheep sold st 2aX,75; lambs
2a2.60. The lush prices of beef has cre
ated a demand for sheep, which is hardly
met in supply.
ffnltrAVa Ttrk Trihnt.
New York, July 25.
ueceiptb or the week,
cckeest prices this week. beeves.
These aro sold by the head at a price
equal to the value per pound or the estima
ted weisht of beef in the quarters. The
hide and tallow or "fifth-quarter" is not
counted in this market. It is in Bos
Thf Peice To Dat fl will average
First quality lOallc.
Extra good Cattle 11 e. 1
Poorest 8Ja9c. '
Sales generally from 9 lOJe.
Swine -Western Hogs, corn-fed, large
first quality, GjjGJc. live weight; small
size, do. bj. live weigiu; ior. uu
twi.rht; New-York Slate still-fed, dead
weiffht. eiGic, 88ic New. York
State, small size, prime for market retail
ing, a trifle higher.
The Unitarians raised 521,000 last year
towards a fand for the circulation of the
writings of their eminent men.
It is reported that Santa Anna has ap
pointed his fathcr-in-lawas Minister to the
2"Tho French are preparing to receive
Queen Victoria's visit with a grand milita
ry display. '
Jurora. , , 71 Sfl 0
WitursMa... 37 U 0
Jsaticca..... 12 it
I'robuia Juif- life (Hi o
For loqaeita 4 iai 0
PiraUoia of Inflrmarr S8 to o
Vlowcn. Snrrajon t Cbalamea oa roadi 10 :ii 0
For Etntloaary CI 11 e
For BrMa-aa.... ? 64 C
For Fual !l 0
Sbsrttf 36 E? 0
fyrii gtrii Troat. clolbln? for a Looatie 4 23 9
Jttil-I & Clark, tlblnrlea lor J ill 36 IS 0
Q. diC Hood, painlln; and g-luliiff at
CoartHoUM and Jail S S3 0
Vaadeiaark. W:hon lad AlWa, carpenter
workaiJtll 1 K V
ForiularaM na tJK) County Boud ....... Is IU 0
Mrs. Wrareifor quilting Corf(rtsf3rJU 10 u
Oblo Eairle for pubhttucr la ' S4 0
A. Setfert Tor ludtx lo C'tv Ra'dain part IMi (U C
Stepban Smith fir Iron Bedsteads for jail H5 , 0
M. A. Ila-jcbeny ti ai an Attorney .... ii to w
Vilail E. Suaw feeiai ao AUomer 4ri SO 0
John Eerhart for acrubbiDjrOfleai. ...... W0
Jobn Bu-berry (or arblteiratbit.g at Jill 1 3e U
ForauWerlptioa to Laaeaatar Caxelta S UO 0
W. L. JeDrluafor aarTieeiby order Com'i IS Ou 0
Joho Cebeloln for Book Caie torAod.tor'a
Oifice and ballot box for ofllce P. JudrJ. 19 CCD
Jool Radsbaarb lor lute rait oo Domealle
Rillroad Bouda l-3? CO 0
J-iba Karbart for rrlcoa ai Janitor lv SO b
Hoeklne Valley Book forlntureal on Rail
Road Bod.1i 22 00 S
LiDCaner Gazette for pnblUbiur Uvi itH iS it 0
Edinjrer. While and Latuu for lardaar
for Ofleaa S 93 0
ForTaxea reruaded t 99 0
J. W. Holt for work at offleoof P. JodfO. 1 40 e
For poiuge 8 4 e
V. R. Shaw for terrlcei a School Rxam'r 18 Sb
Clark Court Comiaou Pleaf 65 Of 0
rbta due tie Cora.aiired by Wortysya
bail rereiraolr, aoiply aucarad aiid . .
payable at Bur It
Sum bbarei Hartfprd end ITea"
Htrsn ru;l Koao Con.pi.y 00.000 00
Rail Eoad Uiperceat.perfarrod
and ;aeriiU-.-d t S'5 00
10, do. BojtoB4Worc,?ilrdo 10 iM 00
S50do. Counecticut Kiri-roo 14. wo 00
M do. Coco. fclTer Couipi.y IJSaO 06
100 do Stafford Buik, 3 lo-
uiiiiie&ta paid in
3uodo.PiiaolxBaol,HarUurd CC CO
Wdo. r.xcbil.Ke do do IT 545 1-9
UOdo. Frm.aVMechdo do iJ C-olO
V. Oo. Conn. l:lrr do . uo .ti Oil .
9Mi do. Hartford do oo 9S 410 00
UtUo. biaia do do IS Ie4 to
79 in Harl.'ord Co do do 7 fr.i UO
Kii do City do do 11 OiC t0
S'S do Ucion
4x- do Brosd iy
lOu do Peoples
low Oo H.ioorrr
4-X- do M -cliaulta
doS. Y. is in to
uo do 14.160 U)
137 442 CS
do 00 4 4t OS
do di lv.uiu to
do do iA
liuoobauk of America Oo 13 US 00
Mdo Oo .Alcnc to It .J 1,10
ISO do do Republic Oo lS.'Sil tr
SO do do Coui'v.e-Hll UO W
lLSdoS.T.Iilel.diT Cdo 1C IMi CO
11 do U.fctatejTruat Cooo lltuice
I The anotint of liabXtlee d-se or not doe
I to &ii,tu or other creuiloi a, BoCjlca,.
' Loei-sd aOjuate'l alid One. noue.
i Luaiea aujuatd and not Ooo
. SO 7Hl 68 fi
FOR THE CUARTEH EXDIKQ DECEXBEB 1.
196 12 3
8 35 0
4 SS 0
1C3 90 0
1 W 0
IS 47 0
Amount ptld for Tirei rtfamled
G. J.Wvpa in for urt.ciei for Clrk'4 OiSy
and Probate nod Com.PlflM C'oiirt.
Grorgtf Hood, Gltus and Glazing kl Court
Hu jU and Jail, .
M. Kfilnfar, Fee on Coroner' liiqiirn
G. W. b tutlc Feln Lunnvy case
H. A. Gtftwrlein. Candle for Trci OSes.
Kor Freight on, te haul In j; School Booka
.Martlu KatfttV Cl)rb'l Fees
Tbos Reetf 10U. Daui. Collnu 4. ifcn-
al Tachopp 07h Feei as County torn 'or 2 M 9
. c jiunr-r. it uiie ioa t,ui tor oruware
for Jail aud Court Ho use
P. Dituduus Lumber and C-oui for JaU
and Court Houae ;
J.liti T. Br43o f.ir defending Dtvis
Newtou Sclildich Xnr detenu. n; tpiiiUKr
Thir.tas Sliannon lor brldcwurk at Jail
William Mitchell Feci as Coroner....
Proei utlnp Attorney
C. D -M.irun ;eci:ii PfoietiUlug Attorney
John hrtrlihrt betrtn? Otfioe ilean
For Tiinr used hy Superrtaori
Jnhn &ebolW Book Case for P. Judge
f loiUhiir for Prisoner
School KKAtntpcnj. ..'
A. Scifen. tu full, balance for mating In
dot to On my CocorJs ,..
Purport of Paupers .....
Witnesses , r
1 n..-. n...nli.ilM. li. aiian.n.. W.tlll.lr
fortber proof or tonleaHO, 4
AHoih-r u.iina aau- liie Company are iu '.L, for
Acunulniiruvted to lake do rl?V eredlr eje.cn,.
Tae a:aout lmurl la an; til.', lo-n or rjia, v-
rlea, dtfj.-eui;r.ff apoo t)je cbmri-ctr, material and
coBUmciion "f buildlr.irs, the at ith of aireita, tlxj
aupply of outer aud ebit-iaucy of tbe QredcpartBicat,
aa other dream fMkee j.
The emouBtiuaared lu block! ofbsildtrifrs alaorarief,
the ii.te:.nro H to liuiil the lou by any oue lire to
leu ihaa eiCOtO.
The Actaf lucorporalloa la the tamo caalsd In Jalrt
lr?S4. TH JMaS A. A:.XAXljiiIi, fiecreury.
STATE OF COS.YECTICTT. Hartford Coantr,
Para.-nallr appeareO TaoaAa A. Alexakdcm. Searv
taryof liis iEtx. 1xstk4xi Coaraav.and mde oath
that tbe f ire'iii-.r stutement br bim ubacrlbed, ia
trae.accordliitr to ail beat knowledge and bellnf.
HENRY FOWl.EE. Jgjuc-oflhc Pco.
p. v . Titu.np,
Aagorti 3wlS Agsnt for Fjirdeld Couajy.
V A LU AB L EF AR M
FOIl -AI.E. .
TTVILL sell at prlrnto nale my Bero toirtship Farm,
situate miles South of LauciHdr. eootatulaa;
-1!. atjoul six linnnrea .cres, a
Jfl lut-;IO Acre ul Fliibf CLASS H.jtXln- 4
I bottom, and the residue fair hill aad ut-
well timbered, and eraterea by Barer faiuue;
.ii?n-it r. r.. 1 1 -1 tin Acres 01 lae Dotiorn usu
SO 03 0
10 OU U
in nn n
4 i..l 0 1 w K-;-' 111 1,13 nwiiiiHs mi,wf. uiu. .imi iii.
. oa 0 ' d a-'l-arawly if deaireu; but th'e premiaea am.
3 51 0 ' rnnn-ct'?d Oy a pood prlrate Canal brldpe. nnd tojfeth
10i 75 3 er W1" maku one of tbe but lees forma lav Cea
133 S3 3 trc- uhio. .
u w j The while of tlie rVittom lnd aboot 'O itres nf
W t) the IRhd are -.rider cuiliratmu. Th4 eti re prumines
8 00 0 WTe i.'t.c'0-ed witn .-mlmnntitii ue fjneeand thv House,
deittaru.Gran3 tea, dVe. ure aood.
3 (3 0 I P",1.n w'l be (ire'n in time for pitting ont a
31 no 0 j Fall crop.
I -5 0 I 1 can bj arrn.l If t-irf : to retain the larp-;r
18 OU 0 i Poit f the -.irchaae mouey tor a term of yeara at 7
per ceni iuierct.
Forfjll Inf rmalton or to th" price, termfff pay-',
tnent, o;c. apply to V'm. Hnrtlolt, Eq. 011 the pmuii-'
itf cr to P. Il.'Ew.,oriI.e subacribjr tit T.miC.i-ter:
3ily 13,lii ll!f T. EWI.VG. -
1 upon our
Yellow Fever IoteUigence. :
Bai.timork, July 3D. New Orleans pa
pers of Sundar are received. Tbey con
tain no news ol" interest.'
Advices from Portsmouth, Va., state
V". - - r..if .11 -.(. nf Hi. Slat, in . " . j t.u .u. 1..J
From tha Klploy (Rrowo county Hie. reojiio uum i j-" y that up 10 Daiunmv Di" w "en
Wolll-a t!i nlatform and tho ticket, and fxreat numbeM, were present, and more in- -4 css(,s 0f yellow'Fever, and 18 deaths. .:
va.aww- - aw , , a r L .11 . a
win Wr tlio lattnp in earnnst sunrjort.' " terest was mamiesteu, moie iereni, zei it Go?Dort the diseaso seems to De on
..rhn a-VrNTVf rl tli tllA nflllA tllfUl l.&d hflGll I . . ' - ,1 t t rxAaA K a 1 rj ffTA tPaAV
llie increRsc, mm aucuuvu j
; .t.i.u. n.AKi.a Pmu. i was Known in inn unuj
rrora lom-viuu wun; wfiiw - i - . ... , e a 11
xo-uav n uiii vui , unnuB i . . ... . . .
breew. and liavinian abiding faith in the unite in saving that tne omte can oo car
contnj;e of deaths.
Dreece, anu imrnill hii nuiuinu mini n . . .-.j
liberty firmness, and intellilence of the ried by at Ut 75.000 major, y. We
people of Ohio, we do it wfth assuraace vouch for Old Shelby, and believe tha
"banner county" will do even more t
that it. will be elected.
Front tha I Allen couDty)Vitorn Oaietla.
We noint with pride to the proceedings
-. . . ... . t i
tha Unnvantton oi r reemon. wmuu as
she did lat fall.
A Lady Dscobatkd on tub f ibid of
RiTTt.it While the attack on the Mame
sombled at Columbuson tho 13th Inst. Eh6 ion wa. rroinsr on an Endish lady, the wife
. . . . . .. -n " P . i j.
ticket tnere pui in nomination rim sum- 0f one of the orflcers, was preseni ana ais
mand the suffrages of two-thirds of the vo- played great coolness and courage.' Don.
tars of Ohio, at thecomina Ootober eleo- pen6efeathor observinz this, went up and
tion. and if we mistake not. will be elected eu 0fTa medal from the coat of a dead
br the largest : majority ever known n .Russian officer, and n tne most gallant
Ohio. - - . manner and with a very pretty oompliment
From the Coahoeton Ac. I ninned it on her shawl, saying she had
The result of the labors of tbe Republi- .wf earned it. The General ia a great
eanStata Convention toast be truly grail- favorite with the army, and the lady, who
will I From New Orleans.
the -Kirar Ohi.kanb. July 20. Tho deaths
than from Yellow Fever at the Ltospital, tor the
week endinir to-day, reach 101. Ihete
, . J .1 U.-
ver nas aiso appearau uawu iwugc.
Cotton i a trifle higher, owing to light
stocks. . Tho sales reacu ZS50 bales,
Bostoi. July 30. The defalcation of
Tuttkermana. the Treasurer or the Lastern
fying to the freemen, of Ohio. Tbe bar
mony that prevailed throughout its pro-
.1 s. a-
eeediogs, ana ins disposition vo am to
ferenoes for men to give prominence to
nrinrmle. disaDnoined tha bitter ene-
r a ' ..
R. R. Co.. will reach to about 45.300 dol
lars. A new Bourd of Directors baa been
chosen. '' "
Norfo. Va., July 30 1 7 cases of yel
low fever and two deaths have occurred
here. The infection to traceable to Cos-
port. . '- - . ' -
RALie!o!tv Julr 30. Jtfdtre William
has great personal attractions, and is the
, i . . f t.l My.n.-nl aMa.
uannnver oi an oiu uouoim umvci, '"e1" l j
. . . . , t is. .is.' I -:..! r it,. $nnma Clnrt hi Mirvknd.
: i. n wi.inn an. nurfl nr nn I p rica.. in auc uwhim-' - - - .7
pn.e auour.. . :M"a.-' it.. his farm at SdlobuT
ta riAd nn ins na a 01 oatua. umu j : .-.--
TrTAn' Anrlraws Esa.. President of I PnnSB
vr. nnlinrro hiM been invited to become Mayr Polk, the brother of the for
J e-' . .. . . , I -r. . .
mids of the Republioan party, and gave p;0t .v- University 0f Iowa. This rrwir Irisident of that name, l an anti-
courage and confidence to . the lover of J tn jj0nor worthily bestowed.. r We are I Know-Nothing candidal for the Tennes
frsedom. The platform adopted is one , . to . now. however that Mr. Andrews Legislature. . ;
upon whiob any freeman may be Prou.,l will remain with us. No man ia more xhe United States Cirouit Court for the
stand ana oawie ior w gTes cauaa highly respected.
. . . . t.-J I- llta w.a inmnriantl " r
nrsnnumpueu tat " -"-i -
The Republicans of Fairfield County will
hold a MASS MEETING on the
CITY OF LANCASTER
, ON .
MO.. DAY, AUGUST 6, 1355.
THE HON. S. P. CHASE,
HON. B. F. LETTER, A. P. STONE.
S. GALLOWAY; THOMAS FORD
and others will address tne meeting.
Let every American Every ttnpuoncan
ind every man opposed to corruption
IN HIGH PLACES. -
Q? TBT S3" t?U U
FREE ME 11!
Lancaster, August 6, 1855.
in 1787, and whioh will bo orowned again Gen. Boott a wife t
with yictory in 1868 and '66 " - Jlef ojottrt in Tms.
Gen. Boott's wife bag just left him for
Northern District of. Ohio convened in
Cleveland pn the 10th inst,, juage wuson
on the bench
LA.JVD VV.AllalA.NT8 WANTKP.
wr, r 11 mm.. ...... fth. Miuia. aaalDBaata
and pa; tha hlghast prloa la caah for ani aumhor ot
- ' Baontr UadWarraatt.'
r.HAn. tnt whnm r-aranarad aooMcatlona U1 do
veil byealllnBoa o baforatboTwllalaowhore
1T1 ir, o
156 e 9
144 II 0
53 00 0
US 30 0
t!9 43 5
lie 60 0
T4 r1 U
191 90 0
JY. innl h.-.re futi.! br th. first of
ilfmt. Ano w wina ail our cur V'tl
hoao actioun oar. Mil b -.o 4'
..SS U'S "4 4
FOR THE QUARTER EXDISO MATCH I, 1?JJ.
inoont naid O. Collina Fcei as CUr Com'r 4J r 0
UkiiiuI Tm-htijip Fjcaus to Cotnmiasiondr
Th'imss Rees. Fee. aa Co Crmnii.ianor
lntsn-st ou uouiostic nail rtiya nnuds
1 t r-t!ii-a T'jrtne ir-tsix inoiuus 10g.11 oa
eioaetoetu ijiore mm uric -McELKOY
Lancastir, J(ilv 10, li5.
For Clnthuis- for priifinira.
Kor Reroru BooVaaiid Sutionrry.
Kcliool Kxaininers -.. ...
Giiir H.HuiHh f.ir oxasnaas of Paiipera
4J. Rudolph for omrcy'-; nuti'a in L'ora'ra
B. Ruviunnd aa Phrsltlan In Lunary oao
1). K-i'dolph lor CorHn dtp. for Pauper.... ,
Kor Pn ipo and Telographlog
E. A. Richards for porsaini; Iwror-....
For Rcnalra-md Karnlturrfor Jail.Offlccu. .
and Ciiort lle
William Pouar for Telographio...
Sihi-ol Fund-.... .
Tuthill, Schtaich & Gruiior, for Pnuting
Tuthill, Sohieleh and t?raBrf'rr Aor. atl.
School Fund for Uokruccouiiiy.-
do - do Hocking eoanty.
Conntjr Ta '
Prohate 1 odfre ..... -
F. Doitt for conrjin; Lunallci lo jsnylnm
Prosarotlni; Attorm-y .... :
Ei).-om charrjrs oa School A;arutu-j
T:iKoa risftt tided.
Directora of tho lnttrniary,..-
William UJelTrli-aCouoty AodiWt.
Treuaurer fur dopraeilad Baaav parior
For support of oat Paupota. ...... ........
For Infirmary purposes
For Eloctlooa -
Clerk Court Common Pleas.. ............
Viewer, ate oa Roads ..
Treasurers, for making settlements of
Jurors. ..v., ..............
Total . - - - s
tO& THE ftrARTBHEKDISO JUSW 1, KSS.
S4 (4) 0
4 (XI 0
B'S 0U 0
9 13 0
01 SI 0
M ) 0
5 50 0
a 51' 0
95 6.1 o :
443 SI 0
1 15 63 0
47 rts 0
1 SS S
:u; w j
831 11 0
JiW 3 0
176 HI 0
21 111 0
I4S 78 0
19 81 0
5 (Nt 0
1 Si 0
7 Kt 4
10 40 0
7-.3 81 0
6 w ir
101 37 0
SW t9 0
47 US 0
, 59 T O
78 06 0
133 7 0
si so e
.. 181 00 0
5tS 87 0
is 00 0
104 59 a
DisKolutioo of Ptirlur-rkhip.
1 lofort exi.tiiia: nnd;-r th-name ui:d ty
laJOTICE la harehy (riron. that theixirtuorahtphore-"
vie 01 KU.E.11
AUGHMAN. iu on the 5th day -f July. diwlvil
tiy toulul eonat-nt. The bniia mid m-euula nr in
ihe hands of ROBERT HEED at the old Pnnd for set
tlement. EOUEHT KKI.
Jul) lS.loJs. avfio juii.i BAuuti.n a.a.
- Dralrablo City Friipetijr tor Sale.
V. FlWATdMiraMo property located on Whenl
if.il. I In Street, cornar of Drr'ad Alley, belni; ltaj
i.O;t.foi't on Wheeiihc by lWi fejtoa llroad Alley
Re.in-nse contains S rooail. kitchen. Outhouaes. ore.,'
with all the conreuiences of a family reiidenco also
a naw and convenient Carpiint.r's Shop. Smote Houaoy-
c-tabls. dee. lerme rea30tianiD. ror nnnm panicu
larsaDaulraof LITTLE dt DKESBACli.1.
EancMti.-r,July 5, 13 S
Amount paid tor Wltnoas' Foes
Jnrora, vraaa, irarara ana iiwu.m.
School Fan4 to 6ntr Grove: '
de RushTllle '
do Franltlln County
Townablr. Fond to Hookiag...........
Corporation Fund to Lancaster -.
do . Baltimore
-" - ' . do . l.lthopolla - .
ImproretneM Fond to Lancaator , .
Amount paid for Innrmary purpoiosi.
70 SS 0
, 9S9 I
, 514 88 7
. 940 74 B
S.S0S 59 (
, 463 17 5
. 34 6
, 171 34 3
. 818 13
. 880 88 1
. 9 S W 3
47 53 1
. 514 87 1
893 13 3
sni ee 7
. fi S3 e
SJ7 m s
- '1M F9 7
1.490 51 (I
. 5 TS 0
. ' 45 36 i
r - Road Natlee4.
Petition will be prescniod to the Board of Com
missioner oTFnlrfl-ld oounrj at their nett session,'
praviiyrthnt so much of the county road tending- from
the'Rnck Milltolllntroeiion wilU the liiater and
Rovalhm road oi. the Buat.y furra. ia liei betweap tlio
foliowitnrpintaln Hloom township In said county, ha
Tacated, to-wit: From the mouth of Jacob Bollen-banah-a
lane to the Zlon C hinch road, and praylna; that
a now county road laid out and established between-
theroiiowintc points, ooKiumuit ." "
ballenbant& a lane: man rum...., .-,.-........
Sectioalin-si between the lndi of aald Jacob Bnllen
iMuea. Samuel Crist. Honry Warner. A mo. VVl,h
and1 Wlliumson to suid Unoaawr aud ""iV.1??
madTatfhe eoraer of Ihi lndof said Welsh and Vt U
llamnn Irtiald.Bloom to.r..hlp .nd Jh' '"'J1''"!?
July, WSS-wO ' .. '
EXWI A SG E 'iiFFik1 RK-OPE X E l
Corner ol JUuiin CnJimbaa Ktreetav
TS prepared to da all kilida of Ranklna baaloeu. 1I
eounlTeood oaa. Buya all Uncnrrent ilonoy at
hlrteat nrtr Buys and sells Ool a SHaar. Deal.
mteh.Pnof.ll kinds. Makes aoUoellon. a any
alaoo. Pays Inverast oa mil Dtp'tut: A ad deals la
DOUSTY 1-ASt) WAKRAMS,
v..w ,m Mio uiruara wanted: and when sold ars
ruruteed In e.ary respect, to looato land aa well as
STaTForms of aulrnlnj and loeth.g. and aoj for
mation ia reUUon to Warrants irei.
one that appliaa. U.VS WMV TA1JMA fiGK.
Liocister, Ohio, Jnoa MMaf. . '
A, C. BAKI0W, M.-1V
i-VFFlCf. la TUa.lir. Block, Xa 6tret,Icar
I S3 0
.. A O. Blair, -w-. V
i.. J. H. Puite.M. D., CiBelBnatT
PPTiCOShavtnr ciaima .. .-.-"-.,
Lancaster, Jane 14,1555.
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