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CITY 07 LASCASTES:
FrlncipeU of the Amtrtcaa Party of Ohio.
t. Tke unlimited tmimm t Mtilrium disconnected
with polities Hostility to MlsuaatlMi Infueiieee
a no a sue affaire of ttuverMnaeat Kquality of rightatv
all naturalised Emigrants was are laar.ej-aa Amtri
eaaa'iseSartd weowo aa tempo rlul alio glanca, by roaeoa
vftkair religion, higher than thai to tlio Constitute.
t. No Interferanc with the rights ofclllaouslilp al
ready aoiulrd by Foreignere, ed the protoclloa af
law to all who honestly migrate Crom lore of liberty:
but the axeluston otforolgn paupers and fellone, ami
faawalto saisast las right mj infr'f It It e wait
kirtuffr until they alia.ll have resided HI year In the
fkXHilea and compiled with the Naturalisation Law..
r 5. Opposition to all political organlsatlnnscomposod
vsesaniatf mf Fmrtintrm, and te 'arr Military
.Cea?aai, mmd u til autmptt 1 uMt titAititrtm
Bcktlt ttpptrtU ay ( daaaraauat.
I 4. Hlatrery la facet not aatiaaa: we oppose IU eg
tension) any of the territories, nnd tho Increase of Its
pUillt'al power by tho admission Into the Union of
any Hlare Htatvor otherwHHS and we demand of the
f iiMml Government and Immediate redress of the
great wrongs which havo boon Inflicted upon tho
cause of freedom and tha American charaetor by the
iropoul of thu Miiid irl Compromise, end the Intend ue
,tl.inf Slavery Into K.iiH4r(a In violation df law,by force
ufarnM,and thedoatruelloiioflbo eloellve franchise,
. In uamUle Imitation1 dtttfd tflimW of Wushlifg.
Uui, wo opxso all Intervention (n tile airalrt Pi Foreign
Xlats yet on all prepor ooeastons, we III nrtt ',n"
hold our sympathy from any people aspirin,: ta be froe.
g. Wosupport American Industry and genius agulnst
. tho ndvorao policy of Foreign natloua and facilities to
iiitoruul and external eommoree by the Improvement
'of Klvors and Harbors and the construction of Sa
'tlimal Roads uniting tha varlonssoetlonsofthelliilon.
T. Tho r7isiaeeS(asaeMeadascpe(4'
tf aaitse' eliai-ines 1 Iks Ceaslilatia.
8. In Ktnte policy wo aoaloualy advocate Hetrtmtk.
d mmllHi.atlon of the tiresent op
pressive system, of Taxation and liboral sy stout of
EBPUBLICAN STATJB TICKET.
SALMON P. CHASE, of Hamilton, .
TOtt UB'TTKIUHJ OOYICRNOR,..; .
; THOMAS II. FORD, of Richland.
FOR AUDITOR 0 STATE,
i'RANCI3 M. WRIGHT, of Champaign.
' ' VOti SECRETARY OT STATE,
TAMES II. BAKER, of Ross.
FOR TRSASURER OF STATS,
WILLIAM II. GIBSON, of Senecs.
. FOR JUDQK9 OF TUB 6UPRKMB COURT.
(Far I as Full Tares.
JACOB BRINKERHOFF, of Richland.
(Fir (As rtesac,) -
CUAS. C. CON VERS, of Muskingum.
' FOR ATTORNET GENERAL,
FRANCIS D. KIMBALL, of Medina:
WOU MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS,
ALEX. G. CONOVER, of Miami.
Thursday Mornlnff Sept. 90,1853
nr Public Works.
Tho peoplo of Ohio, of all parties, lavs
become thoroughly convinced that there is
ratY ""k corruption as Vf oil as gross incapacity
in tho management of our public works.
Facts are daily Coming to light that conGrm
tho truth of those viows. l'apors along
tho lino of . the oauitls contain frcquont
exposures of thoso Vampires upon the
body politic'.' ."'
Tho Circluvillo IliralJ brings forth the
liillowin'rrti' that are worthy the coittitf
critixaoi tho tax payers of Ohio. Almost
every district of the Stato could present
simil.tr facts. It is higli time that those
YonU'Ji. and Muirinos, and Barneys, wore
lynn driven from till pilblio crib, ihoro
will bit abundant WJik for anotlier "com
mittoo on rascality" when tho reform Leg
(Mature feU hold of these sunmps.
Tho Herald savs: .
"We charged in our former articlo that
tho Publio works are grossly mismanagfld
This charea has not been denied, nor will
U be. For evidoncc'of the'truth of tho
charge, weed nutg4 away Troni Cn'irowei
vioiui'.y. ' Tho canal in our immediate vi-
oinitv is in a wretchod condition. Instead
of properly taking out the accumulations in
the bottom, the novel plain r.tuier oi in
General l'illow school, is adopted, of roak
ia' tho bnks higher, and .putting plank
on tho top of tho dam to acoumuhto suffi
cient water to fill tho levels below. This
planking we are iuformod is swept off by
every little freshet, so that it has frequent
ly tobi reptaced. ' if the present method
of ropVira U continued much'longer, it will
bo next to impossible for an empty boat to
mako its way through thocanal. We have
Within a few days hoard it rumnrked, that
tho canal has not boon in navigable condi
tion from Cleveland to Portsmouth for
mora than two weeks during this season
And we are also nwaro that the boatmon
are loud in thoir complaints of the way the
canal is managed. One of them, a man
who has always acted with the Locofoco
party, camo to us recently, and wanted us
to draw up for him a statemont of facts and
charges against the managers of the Canal,
which he designed to present to the cap
tains of the boats which were detained so
long at tho Millport lock, for their names.
" The person to whom we alludo is well
known in this city, and is a man of char
acter and standing.
We also intimated in our former articlo,
that therC has been peculation and corrupt
ion in offiue upon the part of subordinates.
A man was appointed Superintendent of a
district not a thousand miles from. this
place, who at the time of the appointment,
was utterly bankrupt. His paper, of
which there was a considerable amount
outstanding, was worth little or nothing.
Yet this man, on a salary of Bit hundred
dollars a year, was able in three or four
years to pay his dehts, remove the loins
that were upon his real estate, and buy a
farm for whioh he paid some six or seven
thousand dollars, and paid most of it 4own,
. and at tho same time boasted that ho had
fifteen hundred dollars worth of personal
property.' . '
In another district with which we are
' acquainted,' the superintendent made al
most as good a Ihiug out of his office.
Whon appointed he was not very well-off
in this world's goods, but now he has a
fine residence, one of the finest there is in
the town, in whish be resides. These
eases we dare say are by no moans singu
lar and may bo regarded aa examples.
- The engineer on the canal in this vioini-
- ty is engaged in the produce business, to
which n mrge share of his time is - devoted,
; time for which the Stale pays. him. He,
too. is utterly incompetent for tho t)ronr
, dtachaf ge of the duties of . the office, and
. Eke others employed on the canal, makes
Lis office n mere seoondary matter.
We are not done with this- subject, but
shall pursue it still fuitherv v We havo
; more facts which wo shall cive to our rea
ders. We know we aro subjecting ourself
1 to all sorts- of abnse, but that consideration
shall not deter us from doing our duty, aj
''-duty which wo owe to our readers that
pf exposing, as wo can, the rascality and
eorruption of those in office." .
Prominent Mexicane in this County
give it as their opinion that Almonte will
' , ke eleoted President, and that Santa Ana
will hoi return to power again. They al
('bo declare that there is- not tho slightest
chance of Northern Mexico consenting to
be annexed to the United Stato. '
XT One of the great results to be at-1
tained by the triumph of the American
party, is the utUr destruction and dissolu
tion of the old party organisations which
have now for so long a period distracted
th'ecountry. The time was, in the early
political history of Ohio, when the only
things taken Into consideration in the se
lection of publio offioers, were their hon
esty and capability. Men depended npon
their individual merits for election, and
did not havo to rely upon recoiving the
nomination of corrupt eliquo. Under
the former system none but 'the best men
wore genorally chosen; under the latter, as
experience shows, seldom any except pro
fessional politicians are nominated.
To bring about the highly desirable ro-
suit above named, it is important that each
member of the American organization
should take an interest in the success of
oiir principles. Each man, however hum
ble he may be should consider himself as
having an impoftarit work td perform in
spreading abrdad arid defending the great
American dootMiieSi Let every Anterldn,
then, talk with his friends add rldighbors
upon this great subjoct, and calmly pre
sent to their mind those facts which show
the necessity and objects of our organiza
JCTlio Hon. Jolts J. Clemens, late
Democratic Lt. S. Senator from Alabama,
lias written a letter in whioh he goos into
Mr. Cbaac Coalteaer
In our Saturday's paper of lat week, we
published some extracts of Mr. Chase's
speeches in the United States Senate, as
reported to the Globe, allowing bis position
in reference to slavery generally.' The
extracts showed that his position in that
rxKjy was the aamo as now occupied by
him on that subject, and occupied, too, by
a vast majority of the people of Ohio. As
to his views on the subject of the territo
ries, they are clearly set forth in the fol
lowing extracts taken from the same
source. June C, I85t), he said : -
"For myself, I hold that the Constitu
tion extends to tho territories, and in this
wo nearly all agree; but we differ widely
as to tho effects of tho Constitution upon
personal rights. For my own part, so long
as the Constitution relaius unaltered that
provision which denies to Congress nil
power W deprive Bny person of liberty
wuuoui aue process oi law, i snail not
believe . that any person can be held in the
territories as a slavo without a violation of
that instrument. ' Cong. Globe Vol. 21,
pt. 2, p. 1146. June 6, 1850.
March 27, lOfiO, he said 1
"In my judgment, also, neither the
Goverrimtfrit of the United States, nor any
territorial porernraent. is or can be consti
tutionally authorized to institute slavery,
any more than a monarchy, or a national
religion, or the inquiisilioo." Cong. Globe,
vol. 22, pt. 1, Appendix p. 478. March
"For myself, I oaonot doubt upon the
subjoct. TUB power to provide govern
ments for the territories, and to prescribe
just limits to their action, is cloarly given
. . i i .i I by tho Constitution. It has been exercised
a loriSthr examination and dofenso of tho , ' . ... .jm;i(l, .nfi w .,i-
principles Of the Amoric.in party. It is a
very able and eloquent dooument. Wo
have only room for the following oxtract:
f'Frora 1843 to 1853, the number of
Catholics in the United States doubled,
and now they exeeed two millions of souls.
At that rate, it will not take them long id
acquire all the power they want, and when
acquired, they will not fail to exercise it.
In the very nature of things, the vatnoitc
must bo a persecutor; when bo belioves
every Protestant is on the highway to hell;
when he behoves that it is chanty to tor
ture, and piety to murder those whom he
looks upon aa enemies to his God, it would
be absurd to expect mercy, or look for tol
eration. "Another groat danger we havo to
droad is tho prevalence of the mischievous
dogma, that the Popo is superior to tho
Constitution, and can absolve his tlock
from oaths to support it. I know how bit
terly this is denied; but if American Cath
olics do, not acknowledge it, fiey are widely
different from their brethren elsowhero.
History is full of instances of kingdoms
laid unlor intordiot, monaruhs excommu
nicated, and a whole people doomed to
purgatory for some real or imaginary fault
of their rulers. We all lemomber that a
king of France was assassinatod by a
priest, at the bidding of his superiors. Wo
all remember that a king of England Was
compelled to walk barefooted, in sackeloth
and ashes, to the tomb of Thorn is A.
Beoket, and that the great Brneo wandered
for years an outlaw, hunted by assassins
and blood-hounds, for darins to punish a
traitor to his country within the products
of a Catholic Church. The best way of
judging a tree is by its fruits, and these
fruits are familiar to us all." -
JtW The Cinoinnati Enquirer fires Us
pop-cun fiiil at Harper's Mnsrnisine, be
cnusd, in tho summary of passing events,
the editor told the trtiih, and said that tho
first firing and death at tho Louisville mob
ama from the Irish. Hits was abund
antly proved by tho testimony of nhj
.mount of witnesses. Tho truth is, .there
has boen a prc-dotermined and desperate
effort to throw all the responsibility of the
mobs at various points upon our own citi
isens by tho special organs of the SfH
Nicht secret band of conspirators. 1 lie
oQbrt was made in this city, but public
opinion has put it where it bolongs and
where it will stay. We presume Harper
will somehow contrivo to survive this at
tack of tho Enquirer.
How the Old Democracy Support Ma.
Pierce. Hon. John M. Niles, of Con
necticut, one of the old Jackson democrats,
and Postmaster Genoral undor Van Bureti,
has been on his travels. In a letter to tho
Hartford Times, he says ho traveled
through ten States and one Territory, and
he says he could not find one solitary de
fender of the present administration.
Even tho party editors bad deserted him,
and said he was the hardest load that the
patient pack-mule of democracy had ever
Exposure of Medim. Onto Dkmocra-
cr in 1848. In the course of his speech
at Ashland, on the 8th, Hon. B. F. Leitor
alluded to the pretensions of Gov, Medill
in tho .Northern part of tho btatc; that he
(Medill) was an anti-Slavery man. On
this subject he took up the record and from
it showed that since- the time Uov. Medill
first entered congress in 1829, up to tho
present, whenover and wherever the ques
tion of Slavery was agitated, Medill's vote
and action Were recorded with the Slave
oeracy of the South. Mr. Leitor then
read a letter written by him (Leitor) in
1 848, in . which he affirmed tho right bf
Congress to extend the ordinance over the
Territories, which was published in the
riuxn Dealer, with the significant com
ment "fit words well spoken." Ha stated
thet, after its publication he met the Hon,
Sam I Med'try, who congratulated him np
on the letter, and said that he (Loiter)
could beat Gen. Cass writing letters, and
that that letter contained the sentiments oi
the Democracy of Ohio. . He said that
when the Democrats forsook thoir princi
ples ha forsook them. So writos a reliable
friend from Ashland.
No Rs'.ief. William Medill in bis
"flatitudes" at this place told the aston
ished tax-pay ers, that they were govcrnod
the cheapest of any people in the world.
He was surprised that they bad the pre;
sumption to think otherwise. The yoke
of Locofocoism, he thought a light one.'
lie ridiculed any attempt to lessen the bur
thons of taxation, as proposterous in the
extreme. He cited with excellent gusto
former, failures to throw off tho burthens
of taxation, life breathed no word of hope
under Locofoco rule. - He promisod no ro-
liaf. Uut wrt i bo dness bordering on ef
frontery, bid the people bo quiet. Com
D'tni. Mavtnna'. . ' ' '
Krntucxt. 'rlie- Legislature of Kon
tucky will stand fronv tO to 14 majority
for tho A'maricso'parly in'th Senate, and
in the House the American party1 will havo
(1 and the Democrats 3'J numbers. -
under every administration, and by nearly
every Congress since the organization of
the Government. Whatever differences of
opinion there may have been as to the ex
sience or limits ot other powers, there lias
been very littlo as to this. The power to
prohibit slavery in the territories is, in ruy
judgment, clear and indisputable, and the
duty of exercising it is imperative ana sa
" But wo afo told that if Congross pro
hibit slavery in the territories, or abolish
slavery or the slate- trade in this District,
or fail to provide adequate securities for
dio return oi runaway staves, tno ooum
will dissolve tho Union! lliis crt, Mrj
President, -neither astonishes nor alarms
mo. I have never thought, nor do I now
think th.it anr man should bo doterred by
it, from an honost, fearless dischargo of
his duty horo. It is an old cry, not with
out profit to those who havo used it."
b rom the snrao.
Ilia confidence in the people, thnt they
would vindicate the . causo of freedom
against the slavery disunionists who were
about depriving the tree Males oi an ucn
ehu nnsing from tlio Missouri wompro
miso, is shown in tho following rcmnrks
ma Jo by him rob. 4, 1054:
- . . .
bir, 1 believe we are upon the verge ol
another era. That era will bo the era of
reaction. Tho introduction of this quos
tion here, and its discussion, will greatly
hasten its advent. Wo wiio insist upon
tho denationalization of slavery, and upon
tho absolute divorce of the licneral irov
eminent front all connection ith it, will
stand With the men Who favored tl:C com
promise acts, and yet wish to adhere to
them In their letter and m their spirit
against the repeal of the Missouri prolnbi
lion lint you may pass it hero, lou
may scud it to tho other House. It may
become a law. But its effects will be to
satisfy nil thinking men that .no Comoro
rriiscs with jslovuy will ctidurej except so
long as tiicy serve tho interests. ot slavery,
artd thnt there no safo and Iionoral.Ji
ground for non-3lavohoWers to stand upon
except thai cf restricting slavery wilhii
State limits, nnd excluding it absolutely
from tlio whole sphere of federal jurisdits
tion. Tho old questions between political
parlies are at rest. No great question so
thoroughly possesses tho publio mind as
this of slavery. This discussion will hasten
the inevilablo re-organizniioii ot panic
upon tho new issuos which our circum
stances suggest. It will light up a fire in
tho country whioh 'may, perhaps, consume
those who klndje It. -
"I cannot believe that tho poople of this
country have so far lost sight of tho max
ims and principles of the Revolution, or
are so insensiblu to tho obligations whicu
those maxims and principles impose, as to
acquiesce in the violation of this compact
Sir, tho Senator from Illinois tells ub that
he proposes a fi nnl settlement of all tern
tonal questions in respect to slavery, by
the application of the principle of popular
sovereignty. What kind of popular sov
ereignty is that which allows one portion
of the poople to enslave another portion ?
Is that the doctrino ot equal rignisr xs
that tho teaching of enlightened, liboral,
progressive Democracy ? No, sir; no !
There can be no real democracy which
does not fully maintain the rights of man,
as man. Living, practical, earnest democ
racy imperatively requires us, while care
fully abstaining from unconstitutional in
terference with the internal regulations of
any State upon the subject of slavery, or
any other subject, to Insist upon the prac
tical application of its great principles in
all tho legislation of Congress.
I repeat, sir, that we who maintain these
principles will stand shoulder to shoulder
with the men who, differing from us upon
other questions, will yet unite with us in
opposition to the violation of plighted faith
.1 li - .1 1 '11 mi
conicmpiaieu oy tins um. iiiere nre men,
and not a few, who are willing to adhere
to tho compromises of 1850. If the Mis
souri prohibition, which these compro
mises incorporates and preserves among
its own provisions, shall be repealed, ab
rogatod, broken up, thousands will say,
away with all compromises they are not
worth the paper on which tney are printed;
we will return to the old principles of the
Constitution; we will assert the ancient
doctrine that no person shall be deprived
of life, liberty, or property, by the legwla
tion of Congress, without due process or
law. Carrying out that principle into its
practical application, wo will not cease our j
efforts until slavery ceases to exist, wher
ovcr it can be reachod by tho constitutional
action of the Government."
We have italicised that part of his re
marks wherein ho declares' that men of all
parties will unite in resisting slavery ex
tension, however much they may differ po
litically on other questions. Let it be ro
membored, that these remarks were made
in February, 1864, before any steps for a
" Fusion " bad been taken. In them will
be found the explanation of his present po
litical position. He is willing "to stand
shoulder to shoulder" with any man who
will unite' with him in resisting tho en
croachments of the slave power, howevor
j much Jin may differ from him on;, minor
political questions. On this bosU C3e Re
publican party hit been founded a jt it
triumphed last year, and will triumph
iUU til V WWI.
(sf idosi Falsehood attempt at Dc
eeptlon Got; Sry.inBorTt Ppeeefi.
The Statesman, and the bdvoca'es and
polojziati of the Slave Duraocrair, riti
making a desperate effort to deceive and
cheat the people about the speeches of
m - 'l ! ' 1 -. ! .. I.- .
snannon since ms arm in mr i est.
But every intelligent man knows that these
efforts art bate fraud, and are known to be
tueh by the Slate tman, and these who are
We affirm that Gor. Shannon did de
clare himself in favor of slavery in Kansas.
The proof cf it is perfectly overwhelming.
The spoh quoted by the Statetman u
not the one at all, wuerem lie made this
This speech, horo addted, was made on
the 3d of Sept., at the Shawnee Mission,
in Kansas territory. Ihe speech which
was reported in the St. Louis Democrat.
and copied by as a few days since, v.-ss
made by him at Wcstport, in Missouri,
and within a mile of the Kansas line, on
the 31st of August, four dan before he
made the speech which is copied in the
Statesman. Tho Weslport Telegraph also
roportod the Governor Mb saying that he
was in lavor ot slavery In Kansas.
We bave entire confidence in the reporter
of the Missouri Democrat, who is a gen
tleman oi intelligence, well knowu and
much respected in Western Missouri. No
one is authorized to pronounco his state
ment a falsehood, excopt Uov. shannon,
and those who heard bim. They bave not
done so, and will not. The fact that lie
did not utter the some sentiment so strongly
in another speech, four days afterward, is
no evidence that he did not so declare at
Westport. This attehipt to escape tho
crushing effects of his course will not suc
ceed. Its exposure has been too early
and too complete. 0. S. Journal.
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tii. Stork In t fl4 yoftrltat: Jroaiiiim
P-Ut, ontof V.r. tti'jroujrh brad K.ro';lTru.lea.,
hlriuld any of tha Ki'irk Snt !. a auniionad not
b oAVrad on ttia !d tba aaiaa will ba titfvr.4 on 1U3
Ti-rtua of aal o Nit avmlka aradil, upon tba par
cliaiura c.riiiS not4 Willi approrifl .uryuc.
JOlia T. KKASEE.
Lautaitar, Sep., 13, IrlS.
Py '.'Irlaa of two oaeii
u" aul.l on ItiJ mud (1
. livck.la l.anca.ior.
aacntlona to mo directed, will
day oi .mi'iimipr, ij.i.aitiiff
ralrSald mniiiIi. OLio. 11k-
Canal Uobt ALLLlillKXV.ou a tiHlflnant aaiuliaii1
Wl.n.r i ir.f,i)i 41. VI. M.- !T 0 1 n'at, in lavor of Uaoiaa j. Wfio,i,!i ilia hackBi of
' ' w rv" 1 0. Kwii.iiian, a ioaticaof tho Vaaca of llwkiPKtown-
will, V, 1VV, UV, jan, lutie, .iuthi - i wiiji,,hu aif'i a Uiimeiil ID ia..rr 'n rfvuu I., r.lvu.
iih ina iMrici in j. tuiDii o, a j iiuci in ms rtfaca ot
H-Kklnr U.wnli:i. Takan. Urlad BtMu. and to k
ai.l'l to ali.r aaid JrptKniuata.
Tlia ahlct icnintiioUbo oelwaan Ike- honra of 10 A. M.
aud4o cli.ek P. M. W. U MAoO, Cou.uWa
buptomtiur 6, las 3wld
Died of iuk Trimbles. The Cleve
land Leader of yesterday announces the
death of the daily Express, of that city.
It will be remembered that about tho tune
the Express declared in faror of Trimble,
its proprietors also announced the concern
for sale; but Trimble stock was too low in
that region to warrant an investment, and
the poor thing died In the hands of its old
The Columbian yesterday quoted from
tho Columbus Statesman, the Mairtutta
Republican and tho Chiliicotho Adver
tiser three of the strongest Medill papers
in tno btulc to show that Lliaso has ro
chance of an eloction. ' We have no doubt
that tho Washington Union, and String-
fellow s paper in Kansas; would, if renuir
ed, express the same opinion: ihey cer
tainly hope he lias no chance.
Tlio Locofoco3 of Hamilton county in
thoir Platform do not say a word about
the Kansas bill, nnd the outragoous con
duct of the Missouriuns. Of Course they
will agreo with Governor lianncn. '
Tho Cincinnati Commercial says that
the notorious Gid. M. Ayre.i has left that
oily with his family for parts unknown.
tie has probably concluded to take anoth-
or'ycar in some retired place to post those
The Virginia tobacco crop will this sea
son, is said, much exceeds the crop of last
year, ihe inspections thus far shows an
excess of 9,000 hhds. over 'the correspon
ding period of last yir. ,.
The cofiicr fctcfliuof antmrnnnse granite
monument, commemorative of the Pilg
rims, is to be laid at Plymouth on tho first
of August, 185G. Thirteen years is the
maximum of tiino allowed for its oonstuo
lion, and it is expected to be otic of the
most magnificent monumental structures
in the world.
A "distinguished foreigner' recently
made hisnppcaranco in Paris, Ky., repre
senting himself ns Baron i)s Kalb, a de
scendant of the great DeKalp. Consid
erable attention was paid him by the citi
zens of Paris, but he has since betn found
to be a miserable imposlcr.
The Medill papery throughout the State
are now quoting largely from the Cincin
nati Times. A few months ago, there
was no paper in the State which they so
generally denounced. The Enquirer of
this city has not had a word to say against
the Times. Why this -'Fusion' and fond
iSTThe following is found in the "Ed"
itor's Drawer" department of Harper's
Magazine for September '.
" I say, Pat, why don't you sue that
railroad corporation for injuries you have
received ? Both of your legs are broken
all to smash; sue them for damages."
" Sue them for dumagtt, eh boy ? I
have damage enough already; 1 11 6uo
them for repair !"
STTlie Board of American Commis
sioners of Foreign Missions met at Utica,
New York, on tho 1 1 tb inst. Theodoro
Frelin?huvscn nresided. and the annual
sermon was delivered by Dr. Adams, of
Mass. The attendance was large.
Increase of Public Expenses in Ohio.
The oxpenses of the Judiciary in 1851
was $20, l'47; in '53 the lax-payors paid to
support the Judiciary, 1,591 increase,
In 1851 the expenses of tho Legislature
was 85C.372; in '63 it was 379,607 in
crease, 824,135 I
seod none; Timothy : sid, 2X)4.00;
Potatoes, 25 cents; rinxsced. OOct; Gut
ter, 1215j; Eggs, Ca8 cents; Salt, 2,50
Ueans, none; boaps, di'iGc: Uoliee,
12ial5c; Tea, 50,(?,100; Molasses, fiOcls.
Sugar, Bac.jO White Fish, 13 dollars per
barrel; Pickerel 1 0,00 to 12,00; Kice 0a9.
Vinegar, lCa25 cents; Tobacco, 25a35cl;
Hay, ae,00(5(f00; Tallow 10$ per brl;
Whisky, 33c; Wool, 2033c.
Netr Orleans Marked,
Kw OhleXa-s, Sept. 18. Cottoft i
firm and unchanged, with an active, de
mand at previous rates. Sales of .9,500
bales. Molasses 30c. Corn is a trifle
lower, and may be quoted at G7.'g,G8c.
Mess l'ork xvc. freights to Jnveruocl i.
Baltimore, Sept. 19. Flour Ohio
and Howard stroet are firm at 67,75.
City mills less firm. Wheat Sales of
20,000 bushels at $1 C01 94 for white,
and 51 70f?l 75 foT red. Corn better,
with sales of white at 8590c. Provis
ions unchanged. Mess Pork tl BO322;
Prime do. 821. Bulk Meats Shou!d-ie '
1011Jci Sides 11 12c. Hams 12c;
Bacon Shoulders 13c. Sides 13 Jo.
New York Market.
New York, Sept. 15. Cotton The
market for Cotton is dull with doclining ten
dency, and there are more seller than
buyers. Sales of 500 bales.
Grain Flour unsettled. Sales of 13,
Wheat Market unchanged, and de
mand moderate at previous rates. Sales
of 27,000 bushels. Corn opened buoyant,
but closed heavy, sales of 21,000 bush.
Provisions Pork dull; sa'rs of 153
brls. Beef unchangod; sale3 of 120 brls.
Lard firm at previous rate; sales of 700
Whisky Firm; a!es cf 400 Irk
Oils Better. Saks of Linsmd at 92
and Lard at 92a93. Tobacco firm at for
mer quotations. Load firm. Stocks buoy
ant. Citttie Market.
Vomli,V, J'ari TYiiua,, .
New YoitE.Sept. 12, 18S5.-Ceevcs.
These arc sold by the head at a price t
1'ial to the value portiound of thcestimatoil
weight of beef in tha quarters. Tho hide
and tallow or "fifth-quarter" i not contin
ued in this market as it is in Boston.
Tha pricoi to-day $ ib will not arcrago
First quality 9J(ftlO, with a very few
Poorest 7a ;
Fiuce3 oi- Veal Caltes.-TIio rate at
which such calves as are fit to oat sell for
all the year, is from 4 to 7c 1 lb., lire
SitEKf'asD LAMH9.-Conirr.Dn Sheep,
Sl,00a5,00: extra Sheep, CalO; Lambs,
A FAUJt FOB
FAKM I.V PI.EASA5T TOaYXKHIP, ronUin
ttg rfS acroa, GU of tnem laurori.'d and undr cal-
tivutiou, oo wlilcli li a rood Ordmrd. Tha Lar.d is of
oxrallout qjalllyud illiisied Inajrood ni-.iKliourtiood.
Terniaunu-liair down, Hie lialaiieu in four aiiiiual i-
nimiiawuniuisrru. ri I Jrltl-riorortKatlon annurcr
uflituauorit,oron the. ocoraiiiaa. . J. Ub551.,r.
.. ciKiici: l auiT Turr. ,
GENESEE VALLEY NURCtRXSl
- VrvOCHE?TEU,-N. V.- w--.,"'
A. FRUST Co., roprittors ;
00- ' ' '''
The tMthuTr1hr Imvlnff !- tiiH.lhtci A ft f Ml fcr lit
iMMrtt imiv ?(fufit.t. t ov rvJ itf rvc.T ,
Frtftt antt Ormi'mr Trcct KIiriift
ICoert,ftie9 Ac . t
At tho tow ?it Tula. P.itfort of 4KU etabllahmeui
may d ivii1 Ihhl touiu b it A tip-jri'-. aiift fmmmv mt
tici will vr b cut fnm Uiua Kurterk,
rtrrrcl galijfjrllun AlflHjs Clvfli! , ,
All Planta will lio pack I'd In Ilia Iki.i manner, ao that
thoy will rrai-h .nrtii In flnoorrl-.-r. .Mow tath llmo
loaccureclioli: frait Tre- fri.iu tliaaa iirounda, and
Alnlatfa'n (rom llat i:t bllaliiuai t
fan hf bad rm rcili.-nllm ti J. K. Il'('j.rrr. Act'i.t
for irfai, alTallmarp. Ili,na-t Lancaiitr.
H'lll HI. Ir-
Y7Oi diaeaaei of tha tonga, Iikto
9' u;etit4 Ity uhlrli ona ol the Arm arl!
TtH.and aiij'iiuiua; towna uaery 5 or
Swisx. Vfe!rn hogs, corn-fed, largo.
first quality, 6 ja7, live weight: 9a9c.
dead weight; small size do., 6Jn6Je jive
weight, 8a9Jc deadweight: 5Tew York
Stato still-fed ejutc, live weight,naOc,
dead weight: JNow lorKOiaie a, 4, live
weight; 9a9 dead weight, New York
State, small size, prime for market retail
ing 7a7 live weight: 9Ja9Jc dead weight;
Stock Hogs SJaCc, live woight.
1JKS. WUltT.1t A M & NAtiLt, .
OCULISTS AND PIIYSICIAITS,
KT9 n.h'Ie irrsfifw
lr, f r rim itiroj'f Iruntii, thronio ditoatps, an!
STrwriiHf Itic'sw ttf ttio Ilir&lMiii LuuK Our )
Uiu vf p rue tic a in Lur.g Jitea.tts ) th aiue iti 'tinci
i.'.nuiM prsc'-ice': ijf ir. iri Jiunuir, oi aw
York City, vir t; iim;iiiB 1xhlt:ii. Our -l?m
of intiila'.Io't w$ iirtrcduccii ty YtinUn
niI-'i-.i,nt iti.uoii, i-n ttcJ y
Fbwit-iatui. tiiere. wltli tuu.t mraui
tint- of th.i cajv wrr iuc:t:ifbllT iurtl.
Those rri(l.Lt adiaiaif- by wriui.jcto ui. au
rate I y Jccr.liig their ditwuw, can l fupi.hcit witb
tU . i. hah (iff bjiaratui, cjts-ltc'.uca tinti tilrftrtWbstoitud
Ut tboir wititt, ui.t by frxjiruu. To aatitfy (h publ.c,
wIm-m ftfQi:ng we ilitit, that we mrc ttoftutl in our
avrtiorit fc:.l ml dtlon, wo r-forihr au MTow
iuaT tioticea by the preiat bria, whori nrr. kt.cwn,
an 'i to nururtrout untticai-.4 i'.r;i-iirtf uMtNei: .
i no cori! iicttW! oi one ti jr. ou;;itB ia;i.'iiu p
pdar; In another cnluuiii. We ar auret Ui ft rn-
ttjinsa wko is faraitmr with lUe cnv.-. tliat ii wa a hNf
one apparently, but thai tlie jceeta of lit. V.rl-
maii buen eoiupiete. it is but J jUv to the KIi
i iun ihat rvv:nuji. oi Un murit sboalii be mado.
jfT'llilftTtayfferiifrth'ilILfcT Van enred ly in
balaTion. faJ HrictiimJ b lrr. W.kiltnan. n (lata ritr. nf
ah alfucUoH ut nfy Tavfnx awl f.ttis; ht h wits ecn-
aereuuy hit irieuuj, nri'i nutfercUdt ineaicarnian wttu
nhotit 1 advis-M tw hipclifl!;'inciirat-l. I make Ibis
tuaeinejn wuri in h'ti; oi pLTsan'IVijc ctfirrs, w.ioare
ailitL-terl lb like inal. iter, to hj r Jltfjrt," bJK
tuvitix aa I tmnl flruilt do.fliaifttc '.ntiiUnr ir.ttntr-.;i
In Hi ft uiUy pr-jpL-r mu u.rUul m-.hoJ t irvr. Ymt
lif(atet of tri varies and air pA4.v-, aaii Ib&t by U,
a cure U alruos cvruio lu b t JTetc!a
L. h. o'KISWOLl,
I.olo u-AHrtrof W'cltlugtati iJaj-ligt Cburtfa.
B jIIcttio, July ifh, tSS.
7Irjr. W. L. Wortinoii, ai vlll be cenby a:i ed-t-t!rttieimbt
iti aitotlier cufuiud, bos effected a coru.rt-i4flilil!-.itti
Dr. 1. K. Kurti1 l-at-J of lJi!tlitJ-i,,hln. a
jff utlt'oiKii x.i-v;.l if rtiuci. ahtlitv and srifntille at-
Uiintiiil. e ua :ial ih" ii4a ire of rjf er
th'j rdep.Tia. rcC'ijiitiior,lii"faj of lr. Ntfle.
an-1 fruui fi:itUr!f? mut:..' h. whicb tie is i'Luti
of, c.itMioi 1.11c lu t-fMrtCi.; I.im to our i aire ii ir.d
l!ts t irru'iri'lint; c ir.f..y. a: a .'hyii-l.i! in a horn tha
utmoilC'iiilMtji.i'Sfa'i ba tiUceJ. J)r.iWi,rt3tt:i la for-
ttMiatu in !tHr;nr mi-ie tuin arraitz-"U';u. o:ie tf,i
will 4dd fr Mil iauf jlsirt th-j aiMaily praised by hM.i
in his ext'R4:ve practice, lir. Wurtn.an's kcii i:;
tit.' trcRtunsitl of alfcctinri of tbe l'.tni ts uiifj tni'm- d,
an many ccrtiJcat) of ptr..i wbjo sUaCutuuLi can
lio rcli04 upijii.wiii rovj, Mirror.
U.-. X-irls w.il b-j at th-5 Tulraa'.s; IIojj in Lnncas
.er,uu V.'ednoj IkJ- aud Tburi Uy, Bopmbr Wtl; and
2oib. At tliO Nr.uojMl Ho.iw. Circleviild on FriJay
and Safir.Uy, -S.--j.tv. rubor E1U ai.d SJnd iutt.
Those aijliried ilh UsfJ-i'i of tio J-irt-r, F;ilcn,
Slnmatrh, Jfiieuniiitntn, 5'uralr?-i P'rrofu'a, Fit.
Genornl litsbSlIty, lo-s if Appetite. aftetiior.of h?
fcyo and Kar, tf-nui-i Ctiaplainli. ftccr, L'.jiiilrm'1
boimrb'a'.'i. itru mviui'l Ui A j chirc fur ooiisul-
ttio.i. tlia7'i rt'ttt'-nnbl', in u piw n.
HXA. WOiUJJ -. t SAGLK.
770118 of tho Urm 8layi ba fuar.d a: t!i2
OiTit f. ?9.rA ."Jartrit Mrcut. ;;duik ) .
hvptomb'tr ijt !5 13
CISCINT'IIt VILMIKGTON AND
z vnesvilm: kail koav.
On:. TO.NEWI.EXi.SGTO.-Twodiiilj Traiua
l.s u n days xcto(l: )
Ftrst T-"tin lvveCi,tc'iirati at C A.M.. arririnipcl
faa.ii'btlr at Ut&J A a .'J. nnd t 2jt L-jJUitgWu tit 124i)
Ifi'tifti!r,f, lr,rje.w I,xiiisi'?n ui 1 1V1 1. M. fcrd
IaJtiictor;ttai 43 P. .U.,,irrivinxal Cinci'mti nt-VU lM.
R:'9mH Tr-iiu l-avciClitciuuu at 4 ?. Ji. urtUiny at
Lanfaittfr fit mm P. AI.
f?dlu l.Mm Xaancr.stcr at5.f) A. M. orrlvinj
ti Clin illicit; nLll.l.-J A. ill.
Trail. .'l.if.'rphti i:p ?r r.t all fnluriaiodiaty oiuts
atid ( omt'v Itli tr;.inj ua Litilw 3!tnmi Kurd fur to
lutiila, ibivtoji. H:ilri!.V't:z', :nd (hillitotlif.
Smsulin.'s C'nri'-t at Cinijvillu fur CbiUiftlto
and t'otutabiii, at Lauc4t-r for Lopatt, NwUantUitJ,
.thl;ni,ant 1'oiit cruy, atiit at New I.rnit.con fnr K'-m-erset
and Zrtnev.llo. arriving at, ZnnviHsj in tiino
for En?lrn tmlne on Contra. Ohio liailroad.
ForotberiiLfiiriiiiation and tickets, ft'.tply alTir'ftt Of
flc.enrnerff Hnndwiy nd Kroiit -ttrco, and at liie
Little. Miami Dfi-ol, or to tbeFtation Aint-oii tlic iine.
J. Mc. L. KTAUGHTON,
JIjTboCompaTir wili iitt bo r-p MisibIo fur bar
(tfij-e eieetdiiipJ530iiiTilwi, nnlcM tlie aamo bo re
tiirnmit'itUeCoudnrioror AfTi.'iit,ai.d freight paid at
tUontteofapMj(i.uforoTory fjCOinvalwo boVi tli&i
a'ntiuni. ACKusbr1', loa-i.
ali ucn Met i::.jff
ATTOJCM.T Ant (ftl'WIttiill AT 1 .H, JfTlfg OP
raaca an aaaifAt. f. uerrt
Ii4nt'.w(r, 4ihiy ;
WlLf-(rtT ftttofiClnn t- IU pnrrhx-dnffnndtMiir,
uf K.-al Kmte. wl". to tiu uruLtirli.ir ur
st'maa'7 hnnrtt? Iwl: - -
OPflCfc in tlw lirtck Uljtk, nearly oppnsl
HArkti Valley ftkuH, maj ft Ki4
X 11 CODOItn TO KCS, ..
aMKKCHAN T TAiT.OK, ' t(
a MhmftrU Ktm Ute. kettetrn tb 'TitlmmJge tiouii
. a-.wr' tUtet,
M f H lut oprttd n lunr-and hontif.ftil sfWiM-t-'
1 I I of KRApy MA UK (;i.OTHI.G, P?
Tl r-!bv;riihio.-oi. ti I,,liB of Vlh. Ct
IX mirt:H4 VttiC Allofwli.rU has Ivtow uk'ft-'
td with icrat euro and wi tU i'lii rofvruiiC to tbiV
wat;tiAiid lusti uftb.ro:n:utti4t'.
ijlslni.s: ixrT.i e :r tni wraiirk oniMiiK-f, la a
sur rtafrtiif ti bt vi'tek ttnw ffbs ch'-irwM and
Vt Tari't) nhri hi piirflia h- b; jiii!a;-i,fMin iturlt
lrms tiiathe eaomdl atUie LOWjUf'l I OrtiBI.K Piil - J"
BKH. ... .
Tbe p':l;i.f nr" t-.-ifnlly feu tvd lo rail nnd ot
amino aart(!.t-i.t- Jlo havu baud a gtanraV
sort touniof t -
ft V M M E 1! W E A I? ,
And It at a!1 !iwi!-j prupnn'd t'arinin-'!at( hi old.
frici.l,itt.cr with nr. en-'i .-i.t rtrt'rl- of K' tidy mad '
CWtlilftP.orto M.:L'K. TUIiK 'JO OHhtiK, 1ml t
tlio b4i uir-.turiul a(jl by nut aUT'Miitdi-lu'd wrjrrfnieri
aiiyi)l t jcnrmff.ta, Kt.)H M K.S .SHOVM, in M.
tetaud m fam: tc.d ff inrmiwi'. Ji-.t m rutf lent, In
tni n pai'ci, tbut he hi. rite pt'iHTui iit:ftirti'm.
ltixus rtmvi:l i!iiibrp.f.fi ,i ift- verjl .ariv-tyof
Linrn Cowts, Vi!i -. - .kUMVaitra4
lra do I'aiir.l i..iait If'titery.
fwk d f raT.-d. " M';nbiftv - '
(Vfc'-t-bi'rs, tOT'-thif w -b all it'.ivrarTI'.i'rtwM!'
kMpiln a iveittl'iniai: Fari;!-vhiir Hufi)T ana mauufac .
mrw in inu tnim .ft"ii:in.iiik' him'-s.
THJ? AMOKiyr.T irt kTlRKI.V ytw;
It lias been purf.i i-d -.f 'J-rfiu''t.4aiid hpusna In
the Kaajtarii t itit-. and viti it vsrrnr.ted to bu Diaio uf
id u aiim and other
tbr? i-.e wt!I at ull
time b r;aI) Ut wall .ij-n tii -m w.tlt uimo svoom at
thb l OKen itt rn. T- tni Ma promia-M. t ut an
etctniiaU"Tif hi. "vk iu trade and n Vyiw nnd mal
lt f h uiai.tifUui'". T. iOStt.
LantojU-r, Slay 5, li"4.
, . rr .1 CMtuni ci lie, ami anii a. -
ccd hy tb r,rompb,n !mMWrfs, apnnF rtn,,i9.
by tbe most ee.. braiud t" Hu W4(K.ctftlII i)lTU oh
Btijunjs rcaulu. Four- to call at Ms ne ar eiUblltinvm
muUIaro fund h? ihe irt ofw
tjtKl W Atufisl. And e wi,h f. .mr cna-fATH
tA (oiiit;r wti'.-ie arraunta have; ciri h en M
I afUie d for iaM siic uiuntUs tot-all aLd I'
cIom thorn before that law.
MlKI.KUY V BILLING III' he r.
Lajiratir, July Hi, i-'ii.
Dry Goods fur SpriDg& Summer.'
WILLIAM LEE & CO.
So. It Went rirlh Street, Ciimianati.
Otfcra m ui'ii.1, U.ilnrlr eualoiaerr tnil iitw.ira. ' j .
KVEflY EXTENSIVE AMD ATTRACTIVE STOCK III
FASHJo:,-.BI.K, TASTEFUL AXI
VSV.FVL HTYL1N OF (MODS, jUt .
La lio' l'r- ;G.i1 iif t II tlinln of Fabric. la
an.l al.iptIIa,; Kuibr'.i.r.. aitil i.ari-i; iliikfi,.,
li'Miiry. dti-.J L:ntfi. M 4nflln.anii ull klnU
plain' fdbriu; Hnitt.ktcMii 0-.tti6t g real
rifij-. Alio ':
noons ro ?iejt iiovs ti-,a;
Bnsintss foaiartcd en the one price principle.
PHfa m-irkcd al rst?i a favoraMe an pnrr bMfcw m'
caa b afunlci. D) an) Imaja erji'g'.il lu a ri-jrulur.
IVops Tia;tir.zincinr.i'. ar.T roiipuclfully Inritcit
iu call miJ e.faiiiH. O iruls au'l li.c. Aprils B
CARRIAGES EuG3Y MANUFACTURER'
On WUMriia'p Slrerf,
-TfWS fK offjrirp lht jiiibLe a-Trtj
Sr-' H mylM-TiffUnjr t CttrrwRcIj r
iS .rft .. . uiianrparpft 5 . i T bai:!, diiratililj i..T:
n;:i; iii- Vv tiiv iliii fj i f .in- lr iiid sver nff.Ted tat tUi'
sri:i.' n of Ubift." I!vi'ff.jLnr-'i tticjitrnf." f 1hw
nioi a.'tj::i;i-!i?d Warkaai-.T't. b' U a '.drj t CiinpHl-w
W.lbai-v niiiir e-iaid tt"-t of thr moTlli-
tiiirm. My m A -r.if r.U uuail.Nnad all wrc
T.,rrrilf j Ur fii'O y".tr. (! Mt t pir-'
t-b-n iH p'.'-'-.wVai: r'iZ tj-tauiiiie my stock, bt'ora
irrK italao prepare : Vtt ! Tr.vt f.n w-r1C
i.fr ;i-Ht f t.U -doL ut es z.'mmhTv aan Orn
int'.aetilT. - W4I. KHUTT. .
Lapct-r, i-r;?', If.-f" -i ,
HEW AR 5 STOEEaj -
or tii-; P:ibl!f'iiur--i."tmc'it of ! :'r.:'y.ci Finn v. a hr-r-1
tha II -a timt tahr pbmiiv iy .T-rvirff til'? nt
ci tU',.cr of tut; Pr;(4oiiafi:(U':.: a.'. , : frionda aitb
CbiicC!e!cc:ion oi ;rtc?ri -Nolions
My no .T :inpiy h. alri'udy atrtri'd t-wi!h 1 inviW
:tinl ailji.U.m of cniVim T. M rr.fi .11Im bj
bw fcsjtry jitlu'r sirnilnr t-i: intI n.rni In-tin? eity. I'
ami a nutr b 'iriitiif r ci:m
of the nuMtf iKUrrTits"
Lsiirmior. A.,gat i.3, I-, JCtf
WILSOiV HIctSKEW A so,
Manufacturers and Importers of 1
WATCHES. JEWELRY. SILVER
AT WHOLESALE ARB RETAIL,
South West Corner of Main and Fourth Btrtets,
Clocks Watchca aud Jcwclrr Kepaira
ed and AVurranted.
Aiiguat 30, 1M 3ml7
Tlio President hs appointed S. G. Ca
to, of Alabama. Judgo in Kansas in place
of Elmofe,, removed, and J. M. Barrill, of
Pa., lnplaoe of 8. W. Johnson of Ohio.re
fnotod . .- - -
A Mr. Pease, of Limerick, lie., Was re
cently swindled oat oi 91, xuu by some
gypsies, who persuaded him that the sum
of $4000 iti gold was burisd somewhoro
oB his farm.
Mrs. Janb U. Washington, the widow
of the late Jotin Aoustinb Wasuinqton,
of Mount Vernon, died at Blakely, Jefler-
sotI county. Vs., on tno Ctli 111st., aged 69
years. - '"
The Great Rspublioan mass Contention
of the VTostern Reserve, lafces place 00
Thursday the 30th inst. at Cleveland.
Some reports say that Gov. Seward, of N.
Y. will bo there. ,
The Clovcland Express, the principle
Trimble paper in tho norlhorn part of tho
State, has died for want of support.
M. Da? has retired from the Manffiqld
Herald on account of ill health. )l has
been succeeded by DaiNKtwionf. 1 "
JI U O A I) W a Y HOTEL,
Tlio oid.r!gnei, baring nRala aatimej lh man
uauienl ot thia wellkiiewn esublialiuiiint, Wfci
luuvu to aay to lliono who vlH Cliiclmmtl, eituur far
bntlnasa or nK'aanra.lliat may whi nan i Bninawiiy
Hotel one of Hit mo couTCulonlaiul doairuljlaatoii
pinir nlucea in ilia city; - -
r ii u.nn.niiMillo Itio Kail Road Offlcn and Donot,
and tho Fubllc LandinC moro ao lhan any ollur Holfl
In Cinoinnati audit within a few nuuuiM ult of lha
foal OHIco'lho principle HUalncaa locanuoa, auu uia
iilacea of Publio musninont.
An extensive raues of BnlhliiK Rooma and a Bar
ber'aSiiop will be found In tlio Uailillns;.
Thia nouae naaun ino eoniioris "i ciu.uiwiiw
thnl can ba found In any llrst claaa Hntol in Ilia Waal,
Tho wholo OiUbliahmout lias Just ba'.'n llmronnhly
....i.n.ii...i. miiovatod and ra-fa.mlsB.ed. and the
Pn.i.rii.tnr fuel aaanred that thoae who make hia
hit liouso thoir nnina dnrtna; their atay In the City,
willharono ri.'naii o complain either or inaaoeom
inooatloiia or hia cbarsoa. JOKEfll ll.CKOMWELU
Soptoraber 13, 1855 I9lf
To tlie Toachera of Falrf lei Countj-.
ARKAKGEMKNT3 have been mailo to Bold a
Toauliera' lnstituto In Lancaster, to commence on
jnondajr tlo First Dny of Oclobcr,
nri .niitinnii till near tho close of the week. Pro
.i.i.... will hn mailo fnrtho fr.s enlerlHlhinenl of Lady
Teachers. Weiitlpmcajiitenilinir the Institute can be
acw'iiMiHAliiled at the Hotels at moderate rni. ,
It is lobe hopedthnt tliorawiU be a general a'.trtid
nf Ik. Tnrhi.rit or tlin eonntv.
Toachera of the neighboring aouutles aro InrUed to
The Hrt irreetHik will W tteld (n Iho baaementof
the Kngllsb Luthuraa Lburcu ai ii qrtintun.ji.
If. v . nviJir.,
W M . WHITAUy,
fiotyf . C, 1855 3wl8 Committee of Armngoiuonla.
Tocnforee lbo, tuUcc.lun of Vines.
ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY
office: is i.ai caste n
AT FREIGHT STATION, C W. & Z. R. R. CO.M
WILLI ATX iHlLFH. Agrcut.
THE Compfiny have rocantly changed the loeatloTi
of thetr Odi-e n above. Messnrert learv ln-
fn-iierilRily per Trains over (. W. A Z. Kmll Hoad.
ilTor.Ihiff tfit fost faolllttet for the primpl, wife n&
CO up frmtyafw of .pArtatennit freight ft?f joints
Accrmti!, anl fur malt ina nurcLaie or the execuilao
of ComiifUsions jrcnerally. -
Special co nt met s for thu carriage of largu quantities
of freight will be made.
U.L..VU yi i la bit Local AgOLI.
MATTHEW SPARKS ML-uenrtra.
THOMAS O'XKAL, ML,r
Lancaster, aufciut 3, IG
JvJn.l it xri'..
Fl'ST wpctifd on M.ttii Hreri. nerf'nf 4
Ii'mmIi Hrti -ta Ruts A Co' lirj Gooi
Mure, c.I)i.mjC : ;
QUEENS WARE, GLASSWARi
V-iU of witii h will l.c K..1.1 low al whiilesalol
X'iy and n-tiiii. Mi.'fi-Hutil anil i!kj jiublirnris
iVV'!'.'. ......... ,r..l!r t.. inll Hti.f .timiii.
; my a'.'KlE.lt iriillaml 4oleclel.
'Uidow Glue almost ail . .it'iifioHi ? to- O np to 2ti
by; 40. W1LL1.1M hTKWAKTi
Lauc-j'.cr.arvril li. '.,'13 fi ' '""l""
DixolHtiun of rartnerahip.
TATOT1CB Is herahv Biroii, that Iho narlnerslilr 1
1 lofore exi.tiiipnndcr thi. nnmeaml style of KEKl)
l.M'GHMAN. was on theith dar of July, dissolved
by mutual consent. The h'.nka and arcoui.ta am in
Ihe hands of KObERT Kl) at the eM Mlnnd for set-
tlement. fcOHKKT kkkh.
July U,lf35 3wl0 JOHft HAUCiUJIAa.
OTICK Inhoroby Rirn that the nd'r.ifmod was
on the eta ony oi oitonuerin9j uuty apimiuta
inlstrulorof tliectato of John Junes.Uto of r'air-
flftld County, d-weased, by the Probate Court of aald
county. All pcrsoua Intureatod will take notice ac
v ' . . . -. . i.nd,,. I. II
Dr,u. UAbUSIIAJi.1) num.
Lancaster, Sept., 13, 1843 3w lap".
EXC:iA!i: OFFJCIi UEU'EPJEO, .
Corner or M tin r.n-l Coliimbas 8tretv
TK prcm'il to do all kind.f innkli ff bnatiea. Ilia
roui.t. pi-id .it-j. llhys. all IJiitiirrciit Money at
hlicrhst pricyi. liii. .tids'.l'. Cold mc" Sitrtr. lleala
In Ejchar.s-3 of all kiinl. MukiM rnllections at any
placo. Pa; iiit.-r.'. on all L!rpu4Utr. . And dalalu
nou.rrv land wahhaxts
wf t'l Tiaj.oMaWW" re "it'aatV and irit aoW r"
(Tiulrt'llo ?d incven ri;.Vi('l ,fl l'"l,o hind ?-ariaJ,.ya
coin. Forms of aitiiii;ir an.l l-K-aiiiig. ami ary :!."
nrat'.nn In wl.itiou to V. Hrn.nl-(riren K illinirty to t. ,"
ont thd appliJS. U;psr fVub&k ,Bak A"i.ra rr.4e f-
ta cr par, i. , . .i nui4M. iu
Lancaster, Ohli.Jurii 5, 155 ftf '
Kltordafnedby the City Council of tile. City of
lAiicaator. linto.tlial wnun any neraonor poraoni
sliall be convicted of a violation of any of tba ordi.
nances of the City aforesaid, and a fine shall be im-
osed for turn violation and the same Is unl pMd,lhat
it shall Hilnrdil tor tire Mayor at hia discretion, and
he 11 heroby aultiorlioil to commit a'tali . rraoa ot
persona to Ihe Jail of the county until such nui and
costs a i paid, or until otherwise discharged, by due
Thin ordinance shall take efleut ana La la furii fiom
and after Ha leral pniilicution. - . . .
- CHAilLKH K.fill.F.e'iVKH, PfaidnU
. AUcU K, Ytfi:h,J.U CJk,pr... leui, r .
. Lancaster, beptemlior , Ioj wlel ;.;
. . ... ,. . - . , ... t
ILL be rofclrod by tho'nndersiirned Flreet Com
mittee of tlio City of Lancastur.for the delivery
Fifty Thousand mora, or loss hard.navini; Brick, oa
Kroadway, Mouth of Main KtrecU bald Brick to tie
delivered within the tiresent month.
Proposals will also be received at tlio same time,
for ecavatiiiffllie sidownlka and layincdivwit tlio same
number ot lirirks, el titer more or loss in a noil oi noun
sand, not less thnn live inches In depth. ' Propositions
for thoentird work must io made by the wt.i tnslnnt.
a nil i lrr euiimwCTk complutedby Ihe first of Sovoni
bcr", IMS". K. YOUKO.
ft. L. EC.'KEKT,
Raptombot 0, JEM 18 Btroet CommiHee.
TUB subscriber respectfully Inform his friends nnd
public in goneral, that ba rttis much enlarged his
.STOCK 4F VKOCIiK5i:, .
aa t tho Tarlutv. He Inu Inst opened and h for ilo
-w v'.. 1 Mmkiril oltbe best . il all ty.
arullisi-ck of ry f. inrt.K.Miurr
all of which will be sold tow for cash cr approved joau
"rv produce el bla Old atm.d, corner of Kr..U s I
Whlding Streets, and nearly opposite I .
k'b Bnlter, Bacon, I.ant and porn Moal waqtoil.,
' Uncasler, Septomlwr-ZI. 1WI-M ' .
" " ki:novAl.
. , nn ,wBJiBAie,
raTsiriC sulurrib'-r litvlncrlosf l Ui) l is ."jt.nr-..
th nicrrhr.i:til... line, earnestly and ainceriilH ry 1
oiiestall p.'rHonskiiovrliurttiiiiiy.lvi'Hiiidi'liUKl to -.li-tocnll
willin;ill-?':iv. f!'.fl l.K UP, PA Y OP. lift ll.ol! "
not-.ni on4 aNrecelptP for their acco'ints.- All el..Mt'
not paid li Hie l.ltli of November iis li-li .o
the haudsof an agent l'r rotlertioii witlont auj r."
rct to persons, or any runner tunc P" 'v , ....
l;rsport,a.iguat'.;i J ' .'
B. CON NELL
Una jtut rccclrrd nt t!ta City Book Storft
. navr :-prLt or , ,
BOOKS, TAlfCt iZXlCLti.
Girt Moniylli.K for Picture Frames,
TOGr.THEUv.ith VARIOUS A1ITICI.KS for LA )!!
asicti aa Ch3ntol,-'ml-i4, or:lmt f Won. uilr u-
tng silk, sewinjr UK. sp-"i c-H.-r,a(ie, .-u. ...
Please call no, evriuni' oir -lmt v . ,
Lancaster, aupist 3, irii'' '
front of wis is"". - "i .'i ,' ,
i' 433, -K!4. 4M, 4'., 4:i:, 4.1H. !
Ui. 444, 4 1 an1 '" on ! iMrrj Klrerl,
Alley bo so pn; l, ml dotvn, or 1iile i
CroJuaaro . . . : . ,
ProvidlneforGMdlnir. Curbing and GraTatlnr ' i
Hide-Walks and paving tlio Gultefa on Mulo n
Urcet. East of Uroad Alloy. . -
r-4 Ft' I Br I' .- ' "' ' "' am Cinriltf f f
! 'r '-..,.-. '! !:.it lire sld'i-walke and gu.rtor'- '..
front of Lots K u. H, . . J,,
un as the
.'...r'hn.ai u, b.rrdsiioiid with theirrsnleof aaid at. ,
as rerrrdr I lu thr-grade Hook ol the I ily or lanff " '
Her. S. 'l hot after Ilia ' .ml Ph!ii n'ion Of tills '
dinadce, Uh. owner or oyvner vf said Lofraa aperi.i ..
and liumbured ill the lirsi sJCtMi!. oi lurs ortinmur -
the person or pur;otn luiviof; li-tr;il control oi i '
aaiue, Ihi and ItuVvrolj made lllulr duty to Imp'
the si.l. i-wulks i:i trout j--f thy siiine, by curbiiisr .
namowWi swino curl. Vr-:to Cxcav.ve and extend I
gullers to tha width of live f..o(, and " Mee the, a- ;j
vi ub boulder time. hlso lo covjr ttoslde-walka .!:.
"oodsewi-nvd grav-lsi-; inch-so' depth. '
? .fllAItl.l-.HF. fU.rrl-KUi Hrealdcnt.C. .
Atleae-.Tr!n,City tir,ar. fat.
Augi rt 30, 1641 3 1 ' ,.
- i' " """ " " " " y
rifaa!a t'lfr fropcrlr 'or Htrtt-
.. rartil .T-'1"'!'-'' t'r pecljr l"tet"l r-n Wfc.' "
If'.iU 1 Inc r-'t'a-L n.rncr .-i P.r.iad Ali-y. brlnr 1
llUt feet on Vbswliag or J - on Flro.d Alloy.- -"ir...:?.....
!-tnv X roniu". :t.h. n. Od'Iiots's,
With all tho eorvrlliff'rf a f'rill r;tderic al
anowsnftcorrcoivoi vbt..ii, .......r
,c. hUnfflca to Ltllft cr,r. V-S'l of 1 1 twe. otr. iiiiip.,ii...
''" .: " ;,..u...1i..y..,.R.i.. isMSnutriOT i.i i i yi-nny
the ;ojiri noose, "pp"'" io viu "u". ir... j.ir" JulcS. 13ii S
.l.p. Ilv1nn.it Co. IjM .... I . . .