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fclTY OF LANCASTESi
nVtmTlpie oir too Araerlcuu Parif ofOb4o.
1. Tlie uriihulto.l Vi-fUm a disconnected
With polities HoeJIIlly OOldeelustleal ll.lluence.
upon the affaire of Ooyoroinonl--Equality of tight, ta
li ualuralUed Kuigrut.who- ere thar.'fUf Jt miri
.eaii.d, and wo owe no umportul nUeelai.ee, by ru
ofthelr religion, hlglior then that o Uo lauettwtioo.
K. No Inlorferouce w.ltU.tno rlghu of clll.oi.shlp al
ready nequlrod.by, Foreigner., , lh proti-rl on of
1 , to .u .no hoiUsit v emigrate Uotu lou ot llbert :
ih. f r.iretiru naupom and follons,aud
a. ree.ail. e.d riet '"lrZ"? ? "J"
A.r.aMr until they shall bay ,;,VJ ,V,.Jrr'.,,j'
ffi, inScoowllod wllh InaMaWratliallon
ui i. m .ti'.a.i.' weonnosells x-
jnsionlo any oflho territories, and Um Imww of It,
1 olilleal powor by tho ndmlselon luto the Union of
iny8lavotatec,otherwl.e; demand of the
.Oenoral GoMrnraonl.ehd. t"Md lo redros. i of Ilia
erosl wronn whlull Have boon indicted llpou the
W it 7lMiiii44wiiif.iJi
repeal or tho Missouri compromise. aud tho llilrodue
Mo n of Slavery Into Kansa. In vlolat on of law,by force
of arms, and die destruction of lh eleotlve francl I.e.
S. In humble Imitation of tbe wisdom of W.ihln
ton, wo oppose all tulervontion In lha affairs or Foreign
IStntos; yet on all proper ooaslons, wo will not wltk
Soldouriympalhy froni any pooplo aspiring to bo free.
ta. Wo aupport Autarlcan Industry aud geiUu. against
tn adverse policy of Foreign nation, and facilities to
internal and external commerce by the Improvement
of Rivera and Harbor, and the. conduction of Na
tloual Roads unltlnit a arlom .action, of thoUulon.
;7. Tha ri.alS(at...Wa. ..y..a
a faithful alltfUct Im tkt CaJaia. -.
8. In Stato policy wo iialomly adyocato SKrrite..
..( ..a- Rtfirm- modldcatlon of the Pb j p
pnila .y.toiu of Taxation and a llborut lystomof
VublU Hchoola. ' .,.
1-' dR GOVERNOR, :
U SALMON T. CJJASE, of Hamilton...
FOR XitKUTKN AJfT OOVBRR0Rt -
THOMAS II.' FORD, of Bicblaml. r.
" "; FOR AUDITOR OF BTATK,
VRAXCI3 M. WRIGHT, of Champaign.
- . FOU -SKCRKTARY' OF BTATK,-.
JAMES H. BAKER, of Ross.
- YOH tRA80RR Or STATU,' '
WILLIAM II. OIBSON, of SeiM-cn.i
' FOR J UP OK 6F TUK 8UPRBM8 COURT. .
JACOB BR1NKER1I0FF, of RicbUnil.
' (Aflti Vtctmcf.)
CHAS. C. CON VERS, of Muskingum.
- ' ' FOR ATTORKKV GENERAL, '
" FRANCIS D. KIMBALL, of Moaina;
FOR MEMBER OF TUB BOARD OF PUBUC WORKS,
ALEX. G. CON0YrER, of MiHmi.
Tlaursdny Morning S-jt
' cs Hi csi "Q '
OBTPOPBMQ OF THE PEOPLE!
Tho American Republicans will
......rnti't in Council
AT GlStf. HOPE'S
t)N FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1855,
AT BAS SXi,
'O-T SATTJEDAY, SEPT. 29, 1855.
ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1855,
To hoar those greal tl a:it)ions v
s..:- - ilie American cause,
HON. A. P. STONE,
HON, SAM. GALLOWAY,
IION..T.C. II LETT
. ;A'fl ; freemen opposed the iri
"la nods "icbraska-Karisa8 Swin
vlle,. ami. all, opposed to tho pre
sent enurnrrtisly degraded tax syis
tom of V4 aro . invited to turn
' out and fifear these ab!o exponents
. nt tft'o present Siatq and (jovcrn
j'mcnt fanatical tyrants. -
A SPLENDID BAND
Will bo present' Vo ' enliven tht
""" proceedings of the day.
URE3 OUf 1!
. . : l.ct the; old 'men and young
men COM 15 tJP in their full
Rtrcngih, that Corruption in high
- places may be rebuked. "
September 1855; : .
IiuiaiV e Vria.r, and U tortigm MilUtrf
bew.eai.., end ail s.d tan Biiffm
3. UlinOSlllOUlO imiltUWIVIB",,,"",,,"w.'"
' lroanect of tho American Party In old
At no timo within tho history of ilio A-
luorlcdii fiarty has her. prospects Hooti so
, fair RnJ Jior skies so bright, as they are
. In "Old fairticlJ." Tliq heartless oflron
; tery arid barefaced rcckie'se'nbss of lho Sa,
. -Nioht Red Lodgi Clique has met with that
Ittbuke from the honest voters of Old Fair.
- liuld that they so justly deserved at the
- bauds of an indignant and justly outragud
constituency. To say that we shall 'carry
the county for every American Republictri
lipon -out ticket Wonld- ttot- bo Just to our
. enthusiastic Americans. Wu can, must
will etdct every man lipoii Uur ticket
With an increased ttia'joritjf dfer ottr ticket
bf last full. ; ; .
f From all part Of thtf rjb'u'iily wd liitve
; good tidings: ' l6fset'erc,,; broliren, and
K a.1 A.ti Li 'it m M. ' Ml
; tnera win do uo sucu wora as " .' -. a lie
'Treasury Eaters" can and will be most
' .signally rebuked. Let ns make Old Fair-
, . field the BANNER COUNTY OF. OHIO
on the 2d Tuesday of ' October.
. oun little Buffer. .
; 'WVfeel,and" we think justiv':r?foild df ddr
little draft; -tldtwithstanding the sickh'fess
of our workmen and the many dlsadvan:
tages under which we are neoessarily com
pelled to labor, yet at an early hour on Sa
- turday afternoon we were able to supply
' the hundreds who were in waiting.--.
Thaflkj to Old Mr. Fever and Ague.he liac
left its and Wo are now up with tha times.
' The Clipper will be Issued promptly at
noon oo Saturdayi Our friends will plcastj
. Call and help themselves after that hour. .
' tO dnnESPONDElTTS."
' We see by annoaddeilie'rit that dor, iie;
dill, f Rer.r N.; Schleigh and pther,,46
gentry. are announded to, address the De
mocracy of every township in the county
' prior the' election. "Follow the : tats into
their dens and send us a full report on as
early a day as you ! can. Qrve- them no
' quarters..'; '' ' - ''' ' '.
Cura of ItomaaUm.
At this time strife is going oa io tk
United State between Romanism tad its
ricnJ On the one lido, ind Protestantism
on the other. We are aware that tome who
are now advocating the claims of the Ro
man Catliolio Church Will object to a dis
crimination between them and Protestants,
tut there U no intermediate ground... A
warfare is going on between political Ro
manists and Protestants; and though a man
may appeal to the culture of a Protestant
rhdther -though he may loudly protest that
nil bis predilections are for tho cause of
Protestantism, Ail vote it for Roman
im,"'ifk jiUodtfor it, can lie be regard
ed aa & Protestant ? What availetlt prrj-
fessions, when every action of tbe man is
against them ? Render, what do you think
of an editor's Protostantism, who mould ap-
peal to (h't p'otrert that be to titenct a cotem-
porary because lie writes an article on the
evils of Romanism ? What a thorough
contempt should we feel for any man who.
feeling his coiiseaueiice, thinks, bv his
ipie dixit, to d'eter one from the free and
independent expressions of thought. We
assail nd brie; but lie who lifts his arms,
nerves himself and strikes fur the claims of
Popery, inflicts a wound on Protestantism,
The war is actually going on; it is a con
test between political Romanism and Pro
testantism. Can any man who baa a par
ticle of lovo for ProtesMntUm, heniiate as
to what course he fhould pursue ? -Can
any man doubt for a moment under which
fl.ig be should mitrvli, : when uot only our
religious 'Immunities aro threatened with
invasion, but when the civil liberties of our
land; bequeathed to us by the hallowed
blood of our revolutionary sires are tram
pled in the dust and despired. ,
There is no such thing as teparatiny the
religious from the political assumptious of
Popery. It strikes at the conscience of itc
deluded followers, fetters the mind, and
leads the man a willing captive a slave to
act .or to be acted upon, at the mero option
of a pampered and licentious priestcraft.-
Ih order the mora effectually to do this, it
does as certainly contend for political -pretnary
as for universal dorhinion in acli
gious affairs; and the only reason tho Pope
has not commanded political homage here
as yet, is because he dares not do it, lest be
should fuil in plans of proselyting the land.
But . tho arrogant pruumptionsf that
Church cannot be denied. It has been too
short a time that a HittiVej born American
has had his life endangered becauso be
would not take off his hat when meeting
the Bishop in procession.
Wt tiioulu Hut deny them either civil or
Here we have a vast extent of territory,
stretching from the Atlantic to the Pacific;
here they may come nnd worship God or
Bual, as they may prefer, sing psalms
keep mass, nnd carry on uft ther ridiculous
tom fooleries, and we would srty, disturb
them not ; but,-when they grow resiles
of these privileges, when.thcv demand the
right of . our conscience, nnd require to
teach us tho meaning of liberty, we should
meet them nt the threshold. Alt who hold
deur li liberties of oar country, should
Jo it. ,,It becomes us all to oast asid
every trivial consideration, to . cast off
alt prejudice, and to look at this matter
iUmly and dispassionately. Romanism is
u eurse to auy land. It matters not how
fragrant the brecu that floats from moun
tains to valley it matters not how rich the
latid in glittering ore it matters not Whe
ther wide spre.id banks of calm rolling riv
ers map out the land, tfhereeer Romanism
prevails, tho trait of IhS ierpent it ieen,
there the tree ol liberty withers there the
flowers Uf virtue never bloorh, and tyran
ny, licentiousness and misery reig'ri su
learn that tlm Wiisliin.rtnn
Council of this cily, embracing eight hun
dred members, unanimously resolved to to
pudiate Mr, Chaso. It is presumed ' that
atlier Councils, in and out of the city, will
follow, tlio example. ColiiiriUlan.
Wu learn that at the meeting referred to
there were bdt fdurieeA persons present-one
account says eluvt-il and that of the num
ber present but seven persons voted, and
tli is, too, in a C'odilcil which numbers
rrioro thUU eight hundrod members, Tho
fact when brought to a logical test Js this'
Seven men out of eight hundred have re
pudiated Mr: ChnsoJX'in. Giteetlc
- -The Rev. f Newton Schleich of the
Pope' Organ, announces tho return of his
niastbr Gov. Modill.in fine health and spir
its, and that ho will agaiil stump the coun
ty pHor to tho election. We thought there
wns something wheit Wo saw him and
the Bishop of Erfb b'o'lii in ton. lerliaps
the Bishop cah st-nd hitli , over to ' Perry
with that 4m brerist pit): He might do
dome crHce ih thrtt (Juarter:
tWTho "Ohio Kaclu" GoV. Medill's
rihcif)al brgani, that grinds oiit music to
bfder, says it knows more than a score of
Trimble men.; Of course It butjht to know,
as report goes now that Mcdill is still to
br'eiik ouVin favo'r ot TrltUbfe. What dis-
cotdr will "talefits" lead to next
lids. Wm. H. Gibsox. Wo regtet to
learn from1 tile Tijfin Tribune, ih&l this dis
tinguished champion of American Re,
piiblicanisrJl returned hUmo oil We'driesday
Ot last week, laboring under a severe attack
Of Fever,.-. Many warm" .'hearts setid tip
wishes for his speedy rc'cb'verj'; .
,' ' ' " " 'Pleasant.' " ' ' '
yye . call tlio' a'tteiitiori of ourreauefs td
the' Communication of our correspondent
"fleasant."- If the facts therein stated be
true, should not every democrat pause be
fore voting for Col. Sharp this fall.- Who
know how much further these treasury
eaters intend to plunder tht county.
Tlis TreaVMirT Kalra Ilew Ihef c (
c4 th title. .
READ 1 1 '-.
Oar readen have often observed iu our
paper tho term "Ttury Etr,' a ap
plied to lha Red Lodge Clique, who have
held control" of tho county office, for ibo
last twenty years, or more. Running thro
tho Duplicates in tho Auditor's office some
time since, we wero struck ttilk the ehoF-
mous and onorous increase of taxea for the ,
past fifteen years. Curiosity led us to
look at tho 'Grand Total" of the taxes laid
upon our citizens for State, county, and
other purpose, as thuy came upon the Du
plicate for collection off the tax-payers.
In IS IO, when Lancaster and fair fluid
county did quite a muck business as she
doe now, the Grand Levy was THIRTY
SEVEN THOUSAND TWO HUNDRED
AND TWENTY-SIX DOLLARS NINE-NY-THREE
CENTS asd FIVE MILLS !
$37,226 93 5 !
The people thought tbon that thoy were
groaning uuder a heavy burden, but still
they bad togriu and bear it; but in 1845
the G rand Levy was FORT Y-S EVEN
THOUSAND THEE HUNDRED AND
SEVENTY-SEVEN DOLLARS FORTY
NINE CENTS akd SEVEN MILLS! '
;$47,a77-;49 7 !! .;
- S'.lll with some bright gleam of hope for
the future, they bore It, and paid liji to thbse
geWry. tiil in 1850. a Grand Levy of SEVENTY-FIVE
THOUSAND .SIX HUN
DRED AND EIGHTEEN DOLLARS
FIFTY-NINE CENTS AND SEVEN
MILLS! : ; - . ';:
$75,618 59 7!!!
This load seemed too intolerable to be
borne. But these cormorants promised us
a sew Constitution that was to lighten, as
with a fairy's wand, our burden. A new
Constitution was given 'us, wo wero pa
tient to see its workings, and until, like
the condemned criminal who still hopes for
pardon, in 1854, we are blud to the tune
of ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTEEN
THOUSAND THREE HUNDRED asd
EJGHTY-ONE DOLLARS rocn CENTS
AND FIVE MILLS !
$115,381 04 5!!!!
But we aro not still through ; these
Treasury Eaters" bavo just completed a
total footing of the taxes wo aro to dance
up to this full,' which runs as follows:
GRAND TdTAL TAXFS FOR 1855.
ONK llUNDRED AND THIRTY-NINE
THOUSAND TWO HUNDRED AND
SIXTY-EIGHT DOLLARS SIXTY-SIX
CENTS AND EIGHT MILLS 1
$139,268 06 8 !!!!!
An increase1 dt just twenti' tiikek thous
and .EIGHT HUNDRED A D KlGUTl'-SEVEN
DOLLARS. 8IXTV-TWO CENT.? ASD THREE MILLS.
$23,887 62 3
over last year. ; W hut tho Troasu.ry Editors
in to ml to do with this additional amount,
remains yet to bo.scdri, and we hope the
tax-payers will see that it is properly ex-'
punded. - ' ' ' ,
-' Following up our examinations', we liiadc
an addition of tho taxes levied iu (his coun
ty from 1813 to 1855, inulusiv,--nnj,
what, kind roadcr, do you think is the
amount, just 0NJ MILLION ONE
HUNDRED AND" THREE THOUSAND
FOUR HUNDRED ANLl SliVENTY
TWO DOLLARS- TWENTY CENTS
AND TWO' MILLS! . ...
$1,103,472 20 2!
And yet how much has this cdiliity been
benefitted by tins enormous collection of
money, and what has become of it? Vo
intend to give the items of tihevi.no as we
discovortlicm,ac can only make room for one
or two this week. The present Treasurer
says that whed he came itltb oltlce sbme
SiiOOO df Holes and checks were handed
him by his prcdocessor as money taken for
taxes, part of which only he has been
able io collect. . Tbeso notea were taken
from, favorites of the Red Lodge Clique,
while hoKEST Jtfis had td pay the MArd for
their taxes when dlle'.. This, however,, is
only a small drop in tho buefcot compared
with tho defalcations of Asa Spurgeon, a
former Troasurer, and other Treasury Eat
ing schemes upon tho county. .
First Annual Fair oftho Noith Ken tacky
Afthcaltural Soeietr .
.: Will . bo held at the Society ' Grounds,
near Florence, Kentucky, eight milo'a from
Cincinnati) t)tl the 2d, 3d, 4th, 5U and 6th
.of October. : Wo understand that every
arrangement has been made by our Ken.
lucky Me lids I'd reiiJer tins', the most at
tractive Fair in their State, y
.They send a cordial . iriviWtidit ttf tlieif
Ohid frMds tb bo with thein. ' :
Pennsylvania State Fair.
. HXRttisnuria, Sept. all. Prs. fierce
and suite will arrive bore -en Wednesday
poon, to be present at the State Fair. He
will rem itiri until Friday. Rooms have
been engaged for him. ..' .
The town is filling with 'strangers, and
the weather being clear this morning, it is
hoped it will be propitious throughout the
week. The Fairground present a cheer
ing scene, and the progress alroady made
gives assurance of a fine display of agricul
tural implements and stock, As well as a
fair representation of manufacturers and
the mechanic arts, ' ' , r .
A grand Ball is to' take place da Tbtlrt
dayevenlng.; ' ' r :' '
Ul tTLE ct .IJBESBACii '
. umii uiuii in .
STAl'LlB & FANCY DRV GOODS,
i -Groceries. Qoeenaware. II at a, Caps,
aoiixm, kooTi, tflnn, wall rArim ad aoaDiaiaa,
: MAIS STREET, LANCASTER, OHIO.
WOULD raapectfullylDTtta tha attantloD ofararr
body to their large and well aaaortad atoek of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
Whls1ihvbain nalecre wilh care, nnd wit! be l Id
I the lowaat citk pticei, '- Kiy, WSS-S3 ,
!lat Cook" aa the YaBj Arlca..
- Ki-nl merit will fooncr or Liter win its
way to Cvor, and when once it is known,
no opposition can long retard iu progrts
while prttension will in due time find it
ProJr ,rel- W mU ,Li
- - j . . t . O..L.I I , . m
reference to ll. Springfield firm of Maton,
Cook 4 Blakely to whom we referred in
a former number the builders of the new
and fine working login in Snyder ft Kin-
man mill; arid who, iu the repair lately
rhadu to our Young America Fire Engine,
havo added another tb the many proofs of
their (kill in enmsry. Nothing in this
line come ami to them. B ji le their
extensive Foundry, in which they have
provided for casting all kinds of metal
iron, eopper, brass, Ac, tlwir machine
shop Lj ample enough for all the work of a
wide extended region. Atid we aie glad
to learn (as w recently havo from those
who ought to know) that their persever
ance, faithfulness and skill are reaping a
rich reward in a just and nobis apprecia
tion as far as they are known.
We have ' some acquaintance with Mr.
Cook, (who has once or twice, on other oc
casions, visited our city, aiid under whoso'
direction tho Young America was tested a
few days since,) and a more charming and
jovial companion it would be hard to find-
never fofgetting.'even amidst tho severer
claims of business) the claims of genuine
The gift of a beautiful Silver Cur to
Mr. C. by the Young America Company
so honorablo alike to them and td him
evinces at once the high esteem in which
he is held by therri, and their appreciation
of the skill displayed iii repairing their ma
chino. The whole affair was in excellent
taste, nnd with just enough of ceremony.
The gift, though large enough, was not
over large; and its presentation was viewed
by all as a very grateful tribute to a finely
tempered and meritorious man, and a well-
Cutti-no Under. Tho Painesville cor
respondent of the Cleveland Herald, who
describes a mass meeting of Democrats re
cently holden at that place, at which Messrs.
Geo. McCook and James W. (S iy n at)
Taylor addressed the assemblage, states
both of these gentlemen declared them
selves to bo "as anti-slavery as anybody."
We really hope that Gov. Medill's body
guard is not attempting to steal Mr. Chase's
thunJer. 'Jimmy acknowledged himself
to have been once a Wilmot Proviso man:
but his principles at prosnt.are those which
aro proper for Stata Librarian. Ho de
sires permission to enjoy bis democracy in
quiet, which, beiilg a very small favor,
should be accorded to him.
"With mournful tones and eyes piteous
ly turning up," Mr. tlcCook delivered
according to tho Herald's correspondent
the following doleful Jeremaid:
"O, I would that tho smi M he rolls on
in his course above Wl the hiilils oil the
irloba, did not shiiio oil a rriastor, who wm
to bo pilioil as mwerf nVtha ' slaves. O, I
would that there was no slave ships on the
ocean: U, 1 would that tliore were no bar
racdodsiipdri Africa's shdro ridr comes in
its interior.' .. ;
Rocovoring.hoWcver, from his paroxysm
he concluded that "We have a Constitution
that recognized Slavery. Washinotox
said wo must not dissolve tlio Union. Wu
must lot slavery bo then. We must not get
stirred up nnd excited on this question; not
stirupthoNotth against thoSouth." Poor
fellow! Cin. CommeW.tit.'
Alt Ijitortant DefecthJS. One by one
tho great props of the Slave Democracy
aro falling away. Tho Lima People's
Press says that wheri tiov. Modill was at
that place a short time since, ho appliod to
the veteran Doraocrnt, Gen. Wm. BlAc'k.
burn, for his support. They hnvo been
old nnd warm pdrsdilal A pdlltlrjdl fricttds.
The Press says;
. When . tho Govorndr Wsts horo, he ap-
filied to him for support. "Governor,"
io replied, "there is one question that you
do not think of sufficient importance to
have even discdssod that of slavery en
tension. I look upon it as the Usue.
Your position does not sdit mo. I can
uot support you."
Thus they go. No mau in tho North
west has wielded a more potent iuduericd
than Gon. Blackburn.' The Republicans
have just nominated hint as their candidate
for Representative.' It is ltow a question
whether Mcdill will got as iriany votes in
the Northwest as Trimblo will. . The race
will be close enough to be interesting.
Chase will carry a vast majority over all
his opponents in this former stronghold of
the Locofoco party. Stute Journal..
Kidsappiko. Tho Chambersbnrg, Pit,
Whig says that on Sunday night week, a
negro man wrs kidnpped. and taken from
the camp mooting at Shippensburg, and
harried off Into Virginia, without color of
legal sanctidn of any kitld. ' A profession
al slave catcher mrido tho cittittire, and al
ledged that the negro was a slave, oWned
In Virginia, whose master had employed
him to make mo arrest, iwo negroes
were taken at the time, but one managed to
escape on reaching Chambersburir. Not
tbe slightest evidence was, shown that eith
er of the negroes was a slave, nor was ant
attempt made to procure the aanciion pf
Richland Coanty. "
J. This county in 1852 gave Pierce i.loO
hiajority Last year it gave 93 majority'
for the Democratic ticket. - The following
extract from a loiter froiri a prbitilneht cH
izen of Manrfleld shows the p'rosbect this
year; "in my b'o'st judgtlieh't tha vote ih this
county will not vary much either way from
a lie, and is just about as likely to vary one
way as the other, Mr. Chase will run at
least evenly up with the average of tbe re
mainder of the State ticket, .'Mr. Trimble
will not get a dozen vote in the county,
and what he does get wijl be taken from
Medilx and not from Chose."
EXCHANGE ASD BANK. MOTE TABLE
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FraaBinki HoCfeia OKOUUIA.
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a-b.ay 9J VHa AllSol'.nt Hank. iftSlt
All tul. nMrrnt Bk. par MICHICAX.
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Stat". Bank .. par
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uatoaof tliaoiainatiifn. lea. Iba ltt.laa by BmiKs
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aU.I U f.trprvlar q'JtflaliAaa.'
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Fur lnnit Jnf 3 Peanl. Fur to 12 month. ceuul
S toSainfilli. S P Una year It"
If Djpoilumadc lafla, asrllSe.u. wade pa.talle
liurno. M n-y m3UJr.ilnl. aad tk) .apply is bow
erjual to ill wbolawiaotfeiaandt.
Gazette Omice, Sept. 27, !855.'-0ur
(juotatinns this morning are a follows:
Wheat 1,15 1,25; FStur, 97 per barrel
Corn, 40; Ry, 60; Oaf, 25 et; Clover
aeed none; Timothy seed, 2.004.00;
Potatoes, 25 cents; Flaxseed. 80ct; But
ter, 12(il5c; Eggs, 6a8 cents; Silt, 2.53
Uean, none; Simps, 4(&fjc: ' Upfr'.e,
1 2 a 15c; Tea, 50 100; Molassin, 50cts.
Silgar, Uac.lO White Fish. 13 dollar? per
barrel; Pickerel lo.OOto 12,00; Rii8Ja9.
Vinegar, 105 cent; Tobacco. 2S;33cO;
Hay, 96,0G(1Q0- fallow loj per D;
Whisky, 33c; Wool. 2i33c. .
To . r r. i ' --
LESDAr, bept. 25. 1 lour and Gram
The Flodr market was steadv to day, but
. . J . . 1
not o buoyant as Vosterday. T iic Silles
comprised 433 brls at 5G.CJ, 121 do at C,-
55, nt' bx J do -driver illo at enia, at C
50. Of Grain, 1,500 bush red Wheat sol I
at 1,30 arid 10,000 dodo to arrive at 1.3 J.
Received during tho last twentv-four hours
6554 bils flour.
PrmUI.ina -HJwa tA-iU rif 9fll I f U rif
Mess Pork at. 823. and 800 tcs prime
Lard at 12Jc-sixiy days.
Whisky:-Tlvo market is unc.hangnd,
with a continued air demand. Tha sales
comprise 530 brls from ri.'er at 33 Jc. and
7 j do trom wagons at Jijfc.
(Jueese the market continues firm,
with supplies. Sties of 25'J boxes at 9c.
Salt. There is an active dem-tn I for Kan
awha. Sales of 1,030 brli from varjs at
Broontv-A sate of 103 doz?n medium
fancy at 1 ,93 -
(Jil-ljinseed is in fair tlsmanJ, with
sales of 33 brls at 93j. and 12 do al 95c.
Molasses-A sale of 53 brls at 42c. The
market is quiet.
Coffee-A sale of 13 J bugs fair Rio at 11 1
Sugar The market is quiet wiih a lim
ited demtnd, and prices ten 1 downward.
The sale, aro contiued to small lots at pre
vioiu rates. .
i'lcvcht ud ITIark.-t
ALK-Presont ne $6, Stoek 87.
Fish-L ike, White, 9,5) and 5.0 J; Her
rini's: 7.00 an I 4.00: Trout 8.5 ami S4.-
5j. Ocean-Mackoral No. 1, cxira 911
and 12; No. 2. do 18 and 9,33; No. 3 do
13, an 1 7,33, small' m wkerel from 2,00a
Sj'rar-BroWri. frdm drdiilarv to slrictlv
prime, Dlad; Coffee 9Jaioi. double re-
bnud llillu.: Uotlee Java loo; Uio, I la
12.; Rioe 7a7Jc; Teas Gunp:iwjir. Im
perial and Young Hyson 25iC5s. Black,
3JaC2k. Syrup 53aG 3; Molasses 45a53;
Iron-Commou bar 3c; Hoop, 4t.i74c;
olii'ot, Uommon, 4j5J; Juniata, Gaoja.
lioilur, Ch:; bpnng fetecl 6ic; Tressed
Spike GaOJ. INails 4i5ii!.
Oils-LniteeJ 1. 10 ami 1,15; L-trd 77a
83.-; Whale 87a93c. Sperm 2,00 arid
firm. . "
Mess Pork. 23,00; Lard 12c; Hisl3d
Salt Fine, 1.68Jh1,7J; 11 lb sacks,
1 i Lc; coarse 2,50. '
Baltimore, Sept. 25.-Provisions Io day
are less firm; sales of Muss Pork at 921 to
$22, and of prime ditto at 919 53 to 923.
Bacon Shoulders sell at 127 to 13c; Sides
at 13 J to 13. Bulk - Meats Shoulders
I lie, Sides and ilams 12c. L,ara is un
changed. Flour. City Mills is better, with
sales of 130 bbis. at 9f,87; Howard st.,
is held at 8. Wlioat. The supply is light,
and there is a good demand for white
Wheat dt 1 85 to 2, nud for red at 1 75 to
1 85. Corn is diill arid unchanged; tho
sdppiy is light.
PiJiiiAD'EtTiitX. Sejit.25lh, P. i!. Cot
ton The market is dull, and prices are
without change. Flour The receipts aud
stocks of Flour coiitinilo light iliid prices
are firm. There is a moderate export de
mand, with sales of 1;000 bbs. at 88 for
staridard and good brands, 0,25h8,S7J for
extra. Wheat continues in small supply,
and is in demand, "with sales of fair and
?rirfle red at l,8t)al,07, and of white at
,85a195, which is an advance. . Corn is
in fair demnnd, but there is not much of
fering; sales of 1,000 bush, of yellow at
9lo. Oats are in better demand at 41c.
Whiskey unchanged, with idles of 100
bbls; Easto'ri nt 41c, and prison at. He;
sales iu hhds. lit 4l. ltyo Wanted at 1,10
FrtmtktJftu York TViiaac. .
New York. Sept.. 19, 1855,-Beevus.
These are Bold by the head at a' price e-
rjual td the tahlu perpodildof thcestiiriated
weight, of beef ill t4 tjuarters. . The. bide
and tallow or "blth-quarter is notcontiu
ued in this markol as it is in Boston..
The prices to-day Jb will no"t average
First quality jOtO. ' . ,
' Extra good 11c. ' '
' Medium 9u9j. (
' Poorest, 88c, with some still Ibtte'r.
Prices or Veal Calves.-The rate at
which such calves as are fit to eat sell for
all the year, is front i to7o "? lb., live
Weight. , , .
SiIkep IsrJ Lii.B3. fCommou Sheep,
83,25i3,5'J: extra Sheep1, 8al0: Lambs,
2 00.1.4 00. -
SwlsE. Western hogs, oorn-fed, large,
first quality, 6ja7, live weight: 8a8c:
dead weight; sniuU size do., CU6J0 live
weiirht. 8a94d dead weirbt: New York
Stale still-Tod 6a8c. live weight,8a8c,
dead weight: JNew Tork State 7a7i, live
weight; 9ia9$ dead weight, New York
State, small size, prime for market retail
ing 7a74 livo weight: 99 dead weight;
Stock; iioga. Safrc, lire weight, -, P " ;
MASOKIC CALENDER ;
REGULAR MEETING) .
A- t. II.. .. r, '
tXL-.tMr'iii;Xr, .T. J Or1l.r 9
FjSraary i, tp.. G. STtlXjiAX, Uwconlr. '
Q R E ATnE WEM E NT
ntnte Fair on band at CoHieHitis-Vnw iB
Electtanaf. . . . - , -.
SotJoH.t LfU.sUiiMa jHitirtaa. iLlj atlirr.
are ranaiaf wild, lie eae Ih. '.rjp . t w.iehlnc Uit dim.
P kerpap hn atock ot Orneri.. Hie kay.p 4. m
luiudiaa aauaU aa recalar a. old Tm, r.t open on
lha itrerl. and loot clneJd al mikt. Stnek al way. full,
acenaiavidatinc elerk. to. wall oa you. frm raj ekil t
teat I" the a.uM jinaa'a L' taoauad dollara. aad bu
acmtCrr.iiy Craroread; to euarvy lurknre. to ant
part of uie ally. . l0H3 LVOKh.
Linramr, Upleaiaar 90, IfiJ- -2a.il
Daalrable CHr Property lor Male.
rilHAT deeirawa prop-rly luratd oa Whiyl-
n iwr nvretfl. evnier oi croaa Alley. U .-I r.p; UO
foot oa Wbe.-llluT BT le feel a ..-J All
Rdeiiea eootalaa rooa.., kitebtia, Oulbou.ee, 4re.,
wilkall Ih j cuaeenienee. of a f.iailr r.deneeolu
iii aad eoaeeeleot C'arpeater'. Swup, Sawke Mesa..
aiaow. a.e. I e.'Hil rwj. mmm-. rof rerlber particu
lar, eoquir. of I.I1TLE DKtSBACMS.
Kimau, 1 uly J, li
WOIITM tJ 4V JtAGI.E,
BA5DUWK Y CITT.
OCULISTS AND PHYSICIANS
3B4.i3ftvM oftb Irtinir. ktv-i mrrf.j
. l i ..It.-... . , . V : .
rnaauiai - buii i easaai oi inu n rsm kYlll villi LA 1111. I
Mr, lor la s pxrp&
.rflreelmrCliroale dltf,l.....d "
e.perialli ifia.j of tbe -rbroal aad Luuf t. Our .; - '
t j . . i . . i .... .i i . .. i . . i. . . i I
- '-' . ' -' w i u .in.. .a i.r l.mu I II 1 1 1 1 n I"
pi i aa III .1 prailicud by Ur. LVWrl Hunter, 61 Near
York Cily. vui by Maotc.Tia l.n.L.Tioa. Oar
U-ta of llinal.itioa wa. Ibtroilaced by tbe Broinptoe
H'liitil.la liad'iu. and a.'d by lbs aed eelobr.lad
rh)ii-law. lUerv. with rumi rmtifxlar roaulia. Fuur
flfib. of tli j ea..e were aneru.vfiilly eure.1.
Tb-iM rei.liea: at a dMatMre by writing to a, aceu
ratulv derrli,iia' ibelr diacae.can be .upplied with
ike iiib.iinr aparala.,ardi.iiicaRnd dirili.ne.uited
to tbjir wai.u. i jal by exnret.. To ati.r- the publir.
aasertloMa a:id iab r.Uon.. we rtifrtliaui ta ik r.dltiw
.ww iairottJce we tlu-ll. tnui we are nuaeet iu oar
t ln- u-itiri.'- by the pr..t home, wlierv we are known,
I ami tn nam iron, eertidcatt buret .f.rre lHibliake.1:
I Tbeeertinealeofoaeof Dr. Worliaan'.nnliei.U ap-
'pear, in ,noll,,r climn. Wearj ..or.l by . rru-
U.4 'MicaUtuiruallv. bill thai tbe aaeeee. ol 1. W.Mt,
ui.li b.. r.,uipl't. It I. but JilH.ne w the 'U r
.ii'ian that rerof iiition of hi. ejuii .Iiaid Itj bb--1j.
. vr-Thi. mayeertlf) tlmt I hsee b;en
halalioa. (aa prullxd by Dr. Wortioan.
n rnrcd hy In
an a.-clion of wj-1 km;
.lerenii lo frl si.il., an-
ikI imuim maj.ei Mn with
lMtvittlil wltl (lid Untv itf if dldiiif ulKtr. v trnare
urniri j.i in m i m.nntr, w tao. y
linnintn I mojtt fl'wlvilv.lluillif ii.iliu irtflriu?ut
isthi bitty pruptff and ;ffortiml inc.ltol t lrtlliir
IInia4i of Uie twig aitd tr pKes, mui llut bv it
a urj U ulmoA t jrUiu lo tj cfj-tc4- .
. . fkaUr of- Wr-HiiigtB Baptist Ctanrtb.
B.llroSd. July SHiii, ltij.
It - j)r. W. L. Wort mi'', ft wUI b ieea br att -
1 verti')in.tit Lm auwthef evIqiBii, hum eflrctl a rrtart
j rnrr-tii with ir. I; K. Sarlti, ImUs of PlnNJclphia. a
j ciitl uiau po'ti of tnocti abilHjr and t inute al
laium.tita. W batvMaU tli pt iaftue of Jimkinr orar
the rrodjnti... an.
rutOHitBiwalnitiitai or Ur. Katrltf,
aiHl from tlttj flutlHrinp aaanaisr t wkira liffla fMrkan
of, caitatti liiitatd Vt present hint to enr eii.i- and
ins irrtittu'iiiif country, at a DTi(eia in wiiom lue
utMiawttleouAeianreaiii tj plaeuU. lr..WontMaR i for-
tnnnttf iu htfiox niriAltf tUi arranfronint oi Ui.ii
will add frfntlt tur)Ui tUoisr miff mi y rained by litm
ia hi 0XtuatttM ract.n. lr. WIJtt-lU, t'ieem
the trnuUntfitt nt affectiuaof lha lnuria UNoavationed,
aa raritacaM. or araotta vkAaa uWmenu caa
rj riia ttbou, will (M,ve. xtrrur.
Dr. XajrU will ba al the Talroadg) tloue ia Lancas
ter, ou Wtdoed3y and TbaruLiy, September KKbaiid
30th. Atiao 5.iUonal noaae. Clrelrllh on Friday
and 8turdoy, 8e,Ura.Ur J.t and 93fid lu1.
Taoati1ictl with dino of ttitJ Llrer. Ktla.
SttMimi-h. KliciitnaiUiu. Nauraltria, KcrofuU, Kil,
fivrierai Debilitt, Lo-a or A.jK.t.t?. atTociion f the
E and Kar, Fmal0 CotaplstiuU, IT.cera, CouflrtMed
Gouoriiuea. are invited to rati. Sa chares fur cuuatil
tatiuUa Charges rvaM'aabia lit all ra.
1KS. vOKri..N V SAtil.K.
TOna of iht? Arm will always be found at tlie
ofllej. So. H4 -Wnrkrt Street, 8atidajki.
ScirtJinbcr fl, Irtii lb
Tm Che TtdcWiH of Falrf-clal Ctinlf,
A RKANGEVKNTH have beon wado W hold a
J Ttsaclidrt1 liiatititle in LancaaWr, to coo. in cue on
Irlorfiuy the First Day ! Ortoberv
iu con tl line till uenr tha clot of the wets It. Iro-
viiilon Hi bv uiad for thtf frVetiturtaiomuHl of LjuIi
Ttfarhura. Gatilb-mcn ntteadiUK the lntitul cau bu
arroiuiuuilalfd at the Hold at m4lenil rat(m.
lt ia lt hi hoped thai tfure will bj Agjiieral atund
anc of the Tc.irb.r -f the county.
TJ.irheMof tUj nJiftiUoring 3Htitis ara iottol to
,, The liriat mxl. na: will beheld In the baaemmtof
i lie tn-lijh Luthcrau thorth at It o'cloHtA.M.
O. W. HKBOTE.
ftrff.t. G. iMJj 3 Id CommilU'c of ArraujreineoU.
To enforce the Cidterllon of rine.
nE it ordained by lha City Couneil of tbe City of
Laucaler. Ohio, that when auy i.cnouor iwrenti
.hull bu ronirtd of nvlotetion of any of ihe onll-
nancea of the CUT aforeaaid, and a fine .ball he lat
poaed for .Mch Tiiilutlt.n and the name i. not luiid.lliat
ft .hall bj lawful for the M.) oral hi. discretion, and
hoi. harjby autUVru t. td eomwit tie. . perMia or
nenton. 10 the Jail of th? eoentir until aurh Site and
cdet. arenald.dr Until otherwise discharged by due
coumo ol l.w. 1 . 1 1 1
I'lil.ordinnnre .ball take effect aud Le In force from
aad after It. learal pohlication. - ' - . .
CMAHl.Kn K. b II.Tr r KK, rre.tueul.
Alte'il S. Tocib.lNly-Cleak.pro. lenl,
Lancaster, Sejaeuiber 6, It'.M 3a Ms . .
mnlat.ion of ParHterMiip. ; .
aiTOTH'E I. hi-roby clien. that Iheparinenhiphere
I lj tofore cti.tlne' under Ihe name and tle of KEE1
V B.U'CiHM AN, a the ik day ofJuly.diwnlTed
by mutual coitAenl. Tha lenika and arcnunt. are La
the bands of ROUEKT KKEDatthe old Stand for set
tlement. , .
kihikkt khui. -John
July 1', l?ii.-J10
OTICK in here by viven that Ihe undersifrned wa.
n the Slh day uf September 155 duly appointed
tillitslralor-of the estate of John JoLe.Jate of Falr-
Neld Couniy,dieeaed, by the Probate-Court pf paid
county. All pereout lulcrc.ted will lake noace ac
trnii. n.ti.ucn.ii.i.., Ann.
Lancaster, St-d., 13, Idii 3w 19p.
rll!K .nbicrilier ra.nedfnlly iuforam bifrienda and
I public til general, that he h:is much enlarged hi.
STOCK OF tJKOCERIES,
i. to tlie Tgr!oiyi rt ha. .lust opened and hn.for .lie
jtllir n I iacltrrl.pfihe petl quality.
iriUi'13 b... picL, lina Vinra-air.ni,d
a.nlnll Stork ol Dry Load to an It customer.
all of which will He sold low for cash or approved coyn
try prodnre ut kl. Old stand, comer of Broad 1 1 I
v) ludlnff aireeia, ana wcarij onnoaive n rnwwm-
lloLl. i. i:ii.uuoi
. a. Bntlcr. Karon. Lard and lorn Meal wauled
Lancaster, September SI. 1M4 20
NLW CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT.
nAS Ju.l receieed and I. oponlna: for aale- in Ihe
rile of Lancaster, on Main Kirecl, at the well
known stand in Dr. Shaak'a Row, opposite Gcorte
KuiifimW. DruirSuirtr, lanre-new aud spleuilld a-
sortiucnl of Iho luot fuiiiinjubtjj , ,
READY MADE CLOTHING,
which will he sold .1 rreat barrel"., as 1 am dcleruilr.-
ed lo sell at Ihe lowest llfrnre foe casta. He most re
spectfully solicits,, reasonablo share of public patron-
nice, as I expect to common in mi. pmii;c.ri..i.
supply 'hei-itizen. in the richest cluthinc. All who
wish to purchase elntbiiip: 1 am satisfied will do well to
ki.n aaaM .r I shnll be enabled with the stock of
UooUsou liaud logralify the tnsto ofthevoAl fail Id
iiiua dandy ami mechanic down to i ho honest farm
er. I shall be enabled to conduct the business iu the
German. French aud Kmrjiui language.
Lancaster, Juno all, Irj- 3in7
NEW STORE-NEW GOODS.
WTASjasl roceiredand Is now ope nine a (eneral
S .., ,.t est. a sliinnN ..r ,m,,r..rtsir
usually found Id Dry Goods trarto-oaslsUliJ Ih partof
Calicoa, 1'iitiU, Lawn's Oinghmna,
Hmwuand Bleached Mnsline: S,& Hlqnar Sheeting.
IHnfk and Fancy Uress Silks; Uulanes; rJaragei;
Alpaeca. pluin nnd Sjrurad;
l.lnenand Silk Handkerchiefs and Crarals:
Bonnets and Bonnet Ribbon; Cloth, and Cslmnrc.,
Salinetsund Flauucla; Checks, Tickings, aad
Men'. Summer Ware fall Rt""4
v,.ritv of olker eooi!s ror unies auo
ll of Jiiick h.vf wen purchased at
-in ho ld equally low for C-tSU
rerv low nrires.w
er vvv.i.ia i,rnvvuy y-- - ....
His Store will be foanrt UM " "T" r'
eld County Ratine. Instuoie auu ii"
a I n.fllUI SkU U W riW"' " " "
Uotcl, Luncaaler, Ohio.
May U, 18S3 3
CITY HARNESS SHOP,
Gazette BnldlrR--Pbllc Sfjnnre, juttm
. cokter, Ohio.
, i ti. "iJa'v IS ' '. ' " '
. ccor-Tni.f.V call, attention tn his excellent
I , aswrtment of Heme... C.lJare, trki,,, TV.ae.,
Cari.iB.f His .lock ofHarnoMcompri.es Silver,
Rraas and Black Mounted Bujrey and Carriage Haeneas;
also, Wstmn aad Plow do all of which cannot ha sor.
peasei lithe cite, either In stock, workmanship or low
prions.. He basJUM a vimming wroy,
Bninrv Corriage Trimjnie,-,
will ka duo on short notice In superior stj-lo.
Lancaster, June, lWS ly , -
ALFRED meVtIGH,v : ,
aroaay a manui a a., j.eru er
ea.ee taa aaaaaai. u um, "
Lauacmatar, Oklot t .'
WILL clee ailentlo te tba purcbularviidiatlu.
af Keel fcMala.aija.hi Uia incu. .i
aio...ad Cuii'.V Lbdjt. ;i .. "
Orr:CK Intna Urhk Block, aearlr
Mui-kin-Valley Bant. ; Ji hw "
f li cod on r"r o i u ; . . '.
.( JtEWIIAHt IA4LOE. :.;
USXrfftr tJTtm P. riee.a Ik, TWiWfl Jfeeee.
- - arul Skrlift felW, - r-
.a. "I TASJtulopned a ktrra and heanttml aaaurt.
1 I 1 iaei.1 of JiKADV MADE ruTHIi(G, aa- -'
- Selaerwilh aa euoice .let-tloa of C'M.. Ceaea- 9
Ji."iiwriiivi. alio!" which. ha. keiSeeleel
od .ilkriunM and with eyeclai iwfefeBoa 4a the
IIUIwte.rleBr, i0i. bph.af,brfac,.i. a
an reratitei)aMnU tUfi embru-ji the :Ij;ta and
acA eailely, :. liia port hue baa bwn nwa apaa .net, .
lerui. lUt ae caa auli at Uie LO WST POinii&lK I'M '
'' . , .- ,
The iniMIe are rcpertfiill. reqaaeted la eall aad at
aiarae li.. .Mntaieul. Uebaaoa baud a feaeral a- ;
, i Ji'ilKII wiW,Av ..- ...v.
an.t laatall Oiaae.i;.p.roil ioa;romoioOila hla old .
frie...elilier weib rertteltenearHHe of io-ada wuvlw
Clolfcliijt.orlA MAKt'fAOlbHE 10 OUukK OMtlif
Um beat aaleiial aad bt aroet ae.,nitHihed werkai-a
aa alla f rarmeuta. FOR MEN AKBbOVS. la tho
b and iwm faauioDatrfe aaarmar. H. taeenSdast, la ',
tlii. re.port, that ha eaa f le (eueral aMMfertiaa.
, HUaiwortaient embrace, a general rarietyee
Ijmi I oete, Vuilue; auepeaden. -HreM
do Paiil.looaa, " Moeiery, , 1
fiaek do - tra.nU, tndenliKU, lt
l ar(..beni, toretiier w. lib all alaar.ani'iia.aaaally '
! kepi in a Geolluoiaa' Funtitln( Sloaa, uud Buuialae.
r d m me aaoat ia.nion.ui a aitiea. .......
THE ASSOiTTafEXT IS K.tTIRaXY MtWj
it hJinbau ni
ll ha. beua narebileed of wellst.Mi4iad koaaee la
an4 inadambla meaner.'
He retnenfullv Inelie. hi. old caatonaer and ether.
Io eall atbla ace a4bllAmeat. where will at all
Unte.be ready Io wait apoa theiu with aoaa waoaa er
3iK r.we.T lMacaJt.T.teal hi. promieee. ha .Aka aa
euwiiaation .if hi. etusl Ih trade aad lee atria and anal.
ity oiat.iaaaaTarrpnL'.ii, i. iuui. . ;
lAH.ra.icr, jaay a.
4 l.-fHjr- wl
HEBASTOPOL TIKE. CTJ3
mnef hare frmde wf tire' weal of I ,V '
A nd wa wlebadl onrwtie- vini
I Milled fe Ike leettlx aaotha to eall aaa) . u
knee .croon te h.va not h- en M '
cloee them before thai date -
Mr.Ki.RoT l uauscitrrrr. -
LaneaM )r, July IS, lcje. ....
ATTE It TIC VVXJX Z V7CTIX
HILLUM MIITTT, i ,
CARRIAGE St, BUGOY MANUFACTURER
H twW ffrii JLhO .puhli wOVJvt 7
stUaid rarUi -I Ccr.aaja ifjn
aKU-tt aiiaiirpnrMMtol for ltaty. darabUtty and
i cbtM-paes by ay tt.li flt kmd wvartHnradm tm
j awrtkm of Uiiin.- Hitriiie; aeured ibe arrviraa of tbrk
wi bany luiilr .tat'1wliaBbl. Weal of tlrt moaiy
Uiit. M mawriulitall drfl quality. an d all wor :
trrAHJ'4r iar. f raraoi-awpalrotta or wr-
etainir win iua can ana auiuiita u wc.bw;ivi.
bun-huii.K trtsow aorv.
1ITH . 4o (-arod to and Trim any ot1t;
perawaa aooa.at as rcaaouauio raira aaanynriu
Uthcrlty. W3I. 8IJUTT.
NEW GEOCJaET ASD JfOTIOU STORE:
' lOti D. JACES;
TH.lVt purebaaed ihejenle,nteret of Jona Ia
nmm in I d a lr.OTMrv Ruin r.n the Sonlhwetfl reiiOr
of ihe.Puidlr aquare.bnrn or Uie Market H.ee.ari,
t anali at anaime. uae. Ma.er tee 'Havier in. ore:.
ciutoaier. ol tna e.uldib nieut and my friend, with a
Choice select Ion of t.rocerioa,aiafioriSaV
My new enuule haa already airleed to wkkh t tajttt
peial atientioa of cmtomrt. Mr pteea,ji!u aa. a
low a.any other .fnilar eMabliahnH-bl n rhe rtty.'' 1
am a new ben-inner and hope In nave a Irbenvt aware
ormepeMie p.uon.re. jun.i v. J4LJtM. .
er, Anfoai is, n Kill
HKW CHI A 8TOKB.
TUST opened oa Itaiej Stfeet. aerty op,
podle Reber, null o' Iry Good
Store, ceaaiatiaf of -.'-- -
AND - . .-.
WXtfSdW" GLASS. y
'all lifwbieh will be .old low at wkwleaata
alid reiall. Jderrhanta and lha public are
respectfully eolirlted to call and eaaaliiuft
m tiuefc.it l.fultandeeleeted -v -. -a
Window Clau almost all alzeefroai 7 lo Sep In 14
Lancaatce,airU I.', lr-i- iJ
. , ,.. it:. i.. iti.iJa.ii".i.
Til E.ul.-citirli. Vilik: cluird ap hi. keaiaoM i
tha asercrianliie litie. eari)eatn and lneeiely ro.
quc.t all poraon.kliowlnrrneanaae.AelMilMnao.nira
lo rail without delay, fit TT I.R CF, PAY VP.Hn their
Bote, and (ret receipt, for their acCAiuata. All clalnta
not paid bv the lit. ot noeeamer nx wni we wu to
ibe aaiid.ofau agent for collection wMkont any re-M-rt
to H?r.ou. or any farther lime rteen. i t ,
. lilUr.port,nagutt ID . v. Lrau.ij.a..
ProKldine for Cr.dlnr. Carbine; and Crar.llua tha
front of Lot. Not. 44. M, 447. .428,
4, 4X1. 434, 433, 430. 437, 43K. 439. 44U. 441, 44S. 443.
444. 44a. 44G and 447 on Mulberry Htreel, feast of Broad
Alley be an payed, eat down,, ailed ap ae.lke.caa
niat be.aa tocorresbond with therradaof-aald stfeet.
a. recorded In tli. grade Book of the C rry of Iaincaatea.
e'ac.2. That after ihe leiral piiblicatloa of tbla Or
dinance, the owner or owner, of id LoUee apeelsVad
aud aumUered ia the Srst wrtlon ofthi. ordinance, or
the, person ir persons, hsrinjr legal control ef Iho
auie.-uoand it Is hereby made lhir daty.lo Iniptojo
the side-walk. In front of-the aaaia. by carbine tho
on, with atone carbti.c. tu-Eaeavale and extend lko
antl 'r. lo the width of tre feet, and to face Ihe same
jriUsbpaWwr alone.-alao to epKer Uiealde-walks .wIV
gnod screened r.vel alx inrlte. in depth.
l n.RLss r. rnArrantrren.CHllAt.l
Attest 5. Yor.a, City Clerk, are. rem. . . '
Auge.130, l4 wu - .
II KPRIC.F.K aV.TUOtTTs
fTAVK removed theirflMhitir Eiubl1i4iaien
. ill f to Ihe TuUmmdgt Bltk. first 4mmr Ernst mj
ff kite y Lmttmrt hmrlwmrt rr. where they are oiki
nc a larv andexleaaiTa aaaonmeat of KFrfINO AN
SCMMblK jiUOppRaJadare now inanafarturina; every
:11a. low m ilr4i viifeauaiiU Qf -odaDd word ean
nurrhaned at auy oiharaItahfnaiit. in ttteeltr.
Their clothing is wanufartured auderlbair own aua-ar-
vi st on. ana u cmiseqneuuy anpwror m mat wnicn i
bioHBht from oihvr places. They hare alto on hand, a
ketful mmriniftf Ci(A,Cf laarva, Ve.t
which ihey are prepared to mannfartne to ordr. They
hvu iHl1iclrMt(U(,tbeliOf workmen aad aro at
all times prepared to roe the besi.Iia la Ue latest
stales. Jttlt ktirwmrk will r avarraaxc' . .
The hiiMirare resneclfully aolirtted io rail and z-
amine thelrslot k, and while thankful forthe liberal
paltoitaee thtv have en joyed, they assure their old esa-
toiuers and all others that they will labor, to .rive aren
erul M.lUrn t;n both lu Uie quaHty a.ii P'KQ of ihit
gomisaua work- '( 4 DrmnuAn 01 ikjvx
laonrrstta .tpria j icaii , .,
FURNITURE WARE ROOMS.
-. ,: . J, K, FlsiICI,, , ;
nAVINIi returned u the-city and crcrted olara
bulldinaln Ihe near ad" Ihe- kriek, hwaaa. oo tk
urser of 'Br aad C.reaut Sireetveweere Aeer .
ol.Ar ll-MMr, InWnda. nianumetnrinf apoa) a,
! )..OT.lmlllln.ifMiit.fcHrl.i. ' .iif
fi of CaktetParwCnre, Hcd.iead.f W
fSsVanJ Cluir.. Which he will keepj I
1 'alwayson hand, loilier with a4 ' "'ana.
ISrtre assortment of Clncinnall manufactuni. Hia tons
experience in Ihe business will enable hint to hare
tnaiiiirartureu at noine ana nspunr. irons auroaa inn
1 all who aua. farAiahim i
The public are tivi;uil Wenll and
xanjin tha aa.
The entrance to tb -room, la upon Broad
&,... II. K. P1SHEL.
5i. R. Rrpairlni: dona on me wortest notice, ami in
tha noarwHt aad moat aorkuial'lue manner. Charge
reasonable. lancaater, May W.
TTENTISTBV. , , -
J. GRUBS having returned tUncealeremd Intend
. l rcin.in permanently in lh(4.cjtt, aad barlnftra,
oi;eTUr.;rarjiV,frn,a eaperieneed Jentia from
the (its of Jew I .us. and obtained a knowledgeoftho
iHisinese now re.neclf"!!!' tandem klapmfaaaioaal aee
rire.lo clti.ens of Lancaster aud Uie pnbllaganarajly.
He Is nrepered lo perform all operaiione upon tko
Tscth'such ssRxtracting, Piugtng, Pilllmr.reculatiiic
iheTeeth.lrealingspiingyor deceawd Guias, ie.troy.
ingKre, removing Tartar, etc. . .. ,
ArtinciulTeeUi Inserted en Gold .Plata fM one lo
full set: also Artificial Crowd, scion healthy roots
without pain- o ai lb ahs it or alltnapurpoeeiofmaa-
ticllon. . ..... ... Ji i j. - i
. very oparSAinwin 1 iienusir nHuusi , prwimwrf.w
and beautify tne leetn, ana (rive inem a uceiiny ar,
,1.. ...a imnrovethe breath, heal tu diTaarejierforaed
uonne iiupro.e w ....
o. moderate term.. Udle. 0 the city ar eouwy.l I
ba waited oa at Uielr raapecOea pi sees af ewaideneevlf
it be reo,ue.led. No charge, made e examination Of
con.itltatlon at hlaonlrw. . . a A..jjt
OFFlCS-r-wn the nnrtneasi eorner oi uie
Square, one dopr from Main Mraetr . . . '-.
UucaaUr, September 88,1844 1 . r-
NAPOLEON IN SABASTOaHlL,
TAKBaotlee.oiir eaatomara haa In their hand.
ttTrea haedird dellersai onr pJUial as
- Kow do., .il W-HSoT HftSOlICHSI.
a 17 -
"laWNo t i c el. ";
' V itrseii wiuuii; ; " .
itToaJraT aim eofm.ai.tJn ' W,-oWii
w-tTlLLpiaeiiaarn tha Count st Faireld, Rd ad
W tolAitig eountlee." v-
V)InholaunddiiMbMinuhnaraat rhe .' -
t-idu-nalkaaad,paiuieiUie outten on Muioerry
Slreet. KakUal Hroaa Alley. . t, j ; ;
SEIM.R. ereia f Cr Cmtil ale.P5!
ef Uuulv. Tkat Ike eido-ulk aad caller. U.