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St Lancaster (Sagjfc.
Thnraday SIornluK. Nov. 1.
' Than) art many good man wbo lliiuk
that politiea cngaga too much of tin atten
tion of the American people . But much
at we dislika exoessive party spirit, we are
navertbelesa a firm believer in the maxim,
"The price of liberty 1 eternal r igilanca."
We think that the affaira of government do
require the constant and calm attention of
the people, for no aooner i one political ag-
tAtinn Andfld than another beirins. New
queationa of polioy are constantly arising
.which can onlv be settled by the ownipo-
roiee of the people. There is, there-1 very eminent degree all the talents which
' Tke V.S. Ieaatralila
One of the most Important duties of the
legislature, soon to assemble at Columbus,
will be the eleotloa of TJ. 8. Senator, to
fill the seat now occupied by Mr. Wade.
AUboagh we are very well satisfied with
the manner In which Mr. Wade has dis
charged his Senatorial duties, yet if he is
to be superceded we hire great anxiety to
see him succeeded by a man of conserva
tive principles and national feelings. We
do not wish to see a mere seettonal fanatic
elevated to that high place.
In our opinion there Is no man in Ohio
bettor qualified to discharge the high and
responsible duties of U. 8. Senator, than
the lion. Saucei F. Tihtok. During the
long period in which he served in the low
er house of Congress he displayed in a
rTfce llttak Tag. .
The Ohio Eaglt Is making maeh ado be
catue Ibe Hockiog Valley Bank refused to
Arrived oTiUo tie-? law,
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Jttf Tom., Oct. 3X -Tho. Uniled
m rt, . mffll ImiuMt ntvfl , 'Stales mail ateamer 0Krie Law arrived
Vi... i i. V, i n . . I Um evening, at 6 eVlocb, from Aspia wall, quoUtiDS lLi rarfj arc a folio trs.
Oazvttb Omcx, Nov. I, itib.Ht
rest for the public mind in this
AUbotgh we have just finished a hot
contest for goreror in Ohio, ye M
of the people are already considering the
important question, who shall be the next
President of the United States? .
Every year of the existence of this groat
tnd mighty rcpu'blio as it increases the
importance and dignity of the Presidency,
adds, also to the tespensibilitiee of that
high office. Oar forefathers by awarding
it to such men as Washington, Adams and
Jeffersoa, hare taught s to consider it as
the appropriate reward of patriotic devo
tion to the welfare of tire republic. It
should be couferedonly poa men distin-
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guisuea for their virtues, aau mo ennuom
services winch they have renaerca tue
country. The Chief Magistrate of the Un
ion ought (o be a statesman of extensive ex
perience and observation, for so varied and
complicated aro the domestic and foreign
affairs of the country that it requires no
small amount of political skill to manage
the government firmly and wisely
' We regard a reverence for, and devo'
' lion to the Constitution as the highest,
jea, as indispensable qualifications for
the Presidency .especially at this time when
: host of fanatics headod by men like Sk
ward and 3iddinqs are attempting to or
vanieo a sectional and anti-constitutional
-,' . We abhor and utterly repudiate all con
section with that detestable organization,
ven though itdoes assume the high sound
i ing title of RhPpbmcaji. We pronounce it
hut abolitionism a disguise, and warn the
t -conservative men of this county to beware
' of it. Are the disciples of Clat and Wed-
s tbb prepared to join in an unholy alliance
- With abolitionists and disunionists? Qod
forbid! 1 No. let us rather rally around the
glorious standard so long borne aloft by
the immortal gallant Habkv Clav, and so
long defended by sucb champions as Web
- ater, Crittenden, Wintrop, Corwin, Ewing,
4 and Vinton. The conservative men of
Maine, of Massachusetts, and olJNew jom
are already . rushing to the rescue of that
- standard which has now for more than
year been trailed in the dust by vile trait
ors; shall they not meet with response
. from Ohio?
In .view of tbo stato of affairs existing in
the United States, wa do not hesitate to
say that we regard it as a matter of the ut
most importance that the conservative, men
of the Union should present a man of sound
conservative principles, and national feel
ings for the Presidency in 1056. Such a
man is Millard Fillmore, of New York.
His short administration was a bright era
in the history of this republic, distinguish
ed as it was by a policy which secured us
peace and prosperity at home, and tlio
' highest respect abroad.
Although wa would greatly prefer Mr.
I-'illmoiib for the Presidency, there are
many other conservative men in the coun
try whom we would be proud to support.
We may name some of them at some oth
er time. : We wish to say a few words be-
' Foro concluding this article in regard to J
the method of calling a convention to nom
inate a candidate for the Presidency in
1056, We would say let the Convention
. be called by the committee appointed by
. the National Whig Convention in 1852, for
if we are not mistaken that committee was
charged with the duty of making arrange
ments for the holding of a National Con
vention in 1056, for the purpose of nomi
nating a candidate for the Presidency.
, - . ". .. . Qttr sentiments. , ' '
We published, last week, without com
ment a call for "a grand Republican jubi
lee," to be bold at Columbus, in Novem
ber inst. The several county committees
of the State are requested to take action to
secure tho attendance of as many citizens
from their several counties as possible.
We most sincerely hope that no man in
Fairfield will disgrace this county by at
tending convention which will 1 deserve
the same infamous immortality that the
celebrated Hartford Convention has ob
We feel it to be our duty to denounce in
the most unmeasured terms the proposed
convention. What its character and ob.
jecta are to be, may be judged from the
fact that Charles Suhker and Wa. II,
Seward are among the speakers invited.
Those men are the leaders of the great
movement now being1 made to organize a
sectional party, a party founded upon ge
ographio distinctions. The proposed con
vention is without doubt called for the
purpose of aiding in the formation of that
" party. We pronounce it to be a trxaboh-
ahle convention, and warn all true patriot!
all men attached to the Constitution and
the Union to avoid having any connection
whatever with it,
The elections in New York and Mass
chusetts, take place now on the same day
istinguislied the true statesman. He was
here a working member; and moreover a
rm and decided advocate of those great
measures of national policy so ably upheld
by Clav and Webster, - which had they
been adopted would have promoted incal
culably the glory an j prosperity of the Re
public. We would rejoice to see Mr. Via
ton again in the councils of the nation,
especially at this lime when the conserva
tive men of ths country are again about to
rally in defence of the great ptinciples
wkiuh they learned from the eloquent hps
of the immortal Clat and Webster
We have no doubt but the anti-slavery
fanatics in the legislature will bring for
ward a sectional man for the office of Sen
ator. If they do so we shall most sincere
ly pray for his defeat. Wt art tired of fa
tionitm. We will no loncrer bow , to the
dictations of fanatical abolitionists. We
would rather see a sound national demo
crat in the Senate of the Uniled States,
than such a detestable abolitionist as Josh
ua R. Giddixqs.
We hope, therefore, that the conserva
tive men in the legislature of Ohio will ral
ly around tho standard of the noble Samu
at F. Vinton, of Gallia. Elevate him to
tho Senate of the United States, and wel
and faithfully will he discharge the duties
of his station, and a worthy successor will
be be to the place once occupied by those
wise and conservative .statesmen, Ewing
That jottfaal professes (e have high re
gard fof the Constitution of the Uniled ,
States The bank refused to pay the taxes
levied upon it because the Cotrls of the
United States tare declared that they are
illegal. Was not the treasurer of Fairfield
county ffr joined from collecting the taxes
of the Hot-king Valley Bunk by a court le
gally organised under that sacred instru
ment, the Constitution of the United States?
lies not the Supreme Court of the Unitod
States solemnly decided the tsx to be il
legs?? It it not, now, the duty of every
good citizen to) cheerfully acquiesce in that
If we itndeTslaftil the petition of a por
tion, at least, of the D" emocralio party of
Ohio, they desire the legislature to nullify
the authority of the Courts of the United
Slates. They would compel the batiks to
pay illegal taxes although those courts have
decided that they are illegal tinder the
Constitution. We bearu a prominent mem
ber of tho Democratic party remark the
other day that he was sorry they were de
feated before they had completed their war
upon the banks. ' Ho said that if the dem
ocratic party had a majority in the legisla
ture they would pass a law prohibiting the
banks from bringing any suit in tho Courts
of Ohio until they should pay the illega
taxes. What would such a law amount
to, we ask, but a nullification of the Con
stitution of the United Stales. It would be
the same in its character with the "Per
sonal Liberty Bill" which brought eterns
infamy and disgrace upon the late legisla
ture of Massachusetts. We hope that Ohio
will never attempt thus to trample Under
foot the authority of the general government.
We must say that we aro highly pleased
with the firmness and independence with
which the banks of Ohio have maintained
their rights.againstthe unjustattacks which
have been made upon them. They have
taught demagagucs some respect for the
lupremacy of the laws and the Constitution.
bringing fivo hundred and fifty passen-1 Wheat 1,5 I, CJ; Flour, t7a7 60: kWxAwkHim iMWf la,
J mt rnnrtitn . 11 .If... ac. o.. n . . t a bar JLiMMiof Lkx d-
bring tbo California maiLt to tLf wh .seed none; Timothy seed, X.OOQfOO;1 .i"iiit4.r.s. tvcu.a-
i'oLitnea & rrr.(- 1I. urH OlV- R --
THC Z3XX XXS7XAIC2 CO?? AST,
rihcu7ra Tor, ju je.iu.
The old Whig Party.
We observe that iu many parts of the
Union the old Whig party is showing much
more vitality than we supposed, a few weeks
ago.it possessed. Some of ilsablest champi
ons, men like Wiktrop and Barnard have
declared that it is not dead, and warmly
and earnestly advocate its re-organization.
They are justly alarmed by the attempts
which are now being made to form a great
and formidable sectional party to bear the
title of Republican. They see nothing in
it but hostility to the Union, and the Con
stitution. The men who control the Republican
movement will be sadly mistaken if they
suppose that they can force tho national
Whigs of the North into litis detestable and
treasonable .organization. We raise the
standard of rebellion, and oponly and bold
ly say that rather than again join in an un
holy alliance with disunionists and aboli
lionistB, we will advocate the reorganiza
tion of the glorious old Whig party. The
principles for which it contends are right,
and why the re foro should we abandon
them? Let the Whig banner be but un
furled to the breeze and thousands of good,
patriotic men will rally around and sup
port it. What lias the Whig party gained
by its late fusion with unit of various
kinds? Nothing but disgrace. Let it be
reorganized and it will then in the language
of Bahxaro, "stand redeemed and purifi
ed by tho trial of fire through which it lias
The position which we hare assumed to
day will surpnse all, and perhaps, dis
please some of our readers. We feel, how
ever, that the position which we nave as-
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tumeu is ino rigm one, nnu wo are ocier
mined to maintain it firmly and decidedly.
We believe that the safety and crosneritv
of the Union depends upon the defeat of
the Republican organization, and against
it we will ever wage unceasing war.
lion. V. B. Horten.'
Among the new members who will ap
pear on the floor of the noxt Congress, one
of the most prominent will be Mr. Horten,
of this district. Although he is an able
and effective speaker, yet from ' what we
know ot In habits ana disposition we
think he will be a working member, and
will not consume the time of the Houso by
making speeohea unless demanded by the
importance of the occasion.
Judging from the high conservative lone
of his able speech in this city, previous to
the late election, we think he will prove a
very useful member of the next Congress,
the conservative members of which will
have It in their power to do much toward
reorganizing a party now nearly disband
Iliart Prices or Provisions in Eu
rope. The Berlin National Zeitung, of
Sept. last, in stating the high price of all
articles of merchandise, including provis
ions, takes occasion to drop a remark on
our peculiar American commercial policy
that should have its effect with the people,
f not with the government. The follow
ing is an extract :
Isot only grata, meat, oil and spirits
have recently riseu in price, but there is
almost no description of goods which is
not dearer. We have not known for years
a period in which the advance in prices
lias been so universal as at present. Im
ports, raw material and domestic fabrics
are all dear. Alany diuoreni causes mav
be nllodgcd as the origin of this doarncss;
one being the increase of the circulating
medium. Mnce I U4U tno gain in cold and
silver has been enormous, and a great pro
portion ot gold and silver has Uown from
ibe lands wliero thev are produced, to Eu-
ropo. To thin increase of tho metalic me
diums of exchange, we may add that one
of tho omission of paper money, and it is
natural enousili that an accumulation of
the means of purchase should result in the
extension of the demands and prices.
This general increase in the circulating
meaium nnu us concentration in jcurope,
ig especially owing to the cause that North
America, ly over-speculation in the lm
portinnr business, has driven the precious
metals from her own markets to those of
England and the European continent.
Only of late has trade revived in Ameri
ca to such an txtent as to attract t?old and
silver to it. lo fully clfect tins, Aorlb
America must increase her export to Eu
rope, and this suppresses a great increase
in our i.riccs here. Fortunately the in
crease of American exports which is to
balance the state of the money market on
the other side ot tue ocean, will be made
principally for breadstuffs and provisions,
so that an equilibrium in prices will be
first manifested in these.
B rirc ino Down the Price or Flour.
A number of the citizens of Concord, N
H., ( where flour is selling at 812,50 pe
brl.)recenlly got up a subscription and
sent an agent to the West to purchase 300
brls. lie returned a lew days ago and de
livered it to the subscribers at 80,75 per
brl. This plan has ben adopted in several
towns in the Last.
The citizens of Thomptonville, Con
nccticut, recently uniled in purchasing
two hundred and fifty-two barrels of flou
from the manufacturers of Rochester, an
it was delivered at their doors for 89,36
per barrel. This was a saving of 82,50
or 83.00 on a barrel. The "bread league'
in Charlestown, Mass., lias been organized
and five hundred barrels of Hour hav
ben subteribed for. When eight bun
dred barrels have been taken up the agent
will proceed to the West to purchase flour.
She connected at the Isthmus wiih the
John L. Stephens, which brought down
nearly i, sw.wu id treasure.
The i. li. Stephen raised the Golden
Gate on the 1 1th, and il Cwrtos on the
13th, both bound p.
The principal consirnes are Prexel fc
Company. CSiO.OOOj tLe Metropolitan
Bank. 8200,000) WU,, Yrgo k Co.,
8300.000; William Hogs ii Co., 8100.-
The news from Cul'jfortia Is unimpor
tant All the fetrirns of tho eleution bad
been received bat not officially counted.
The whole Know Nothing Slate ticket
was elected. Johnson a majority for Gov
ernor is over 5,000. The whole number
of voles polled was 96,000.
the iegislatu re is com posed of 1 x K. N s,
39 Democrats and 2 Whigs.
The prohibitory law was defeated bv
bx-uovernor roole, Lx-Congrenmen
Marshall and Patton are the prominent K,
N. candidates lor U. S. Senate, to succeed
Mf. Owin. Gen.Danyer. tie Score taiy of
State, had (eft for the Atlantio Slates, to
claim his seat in the House of Represen
tatives of the next Congress.
A party of 120 recruits left San Francis
co with the steamer Uncle Sam. to join
Walker's expedition at San Juan Del Sud,
and another party was to go shortly from
Judge Norton had decided that the sate
of the ship property made by the city in
December 1853 for one million of dollars,
A destructive fire had occurred at
Jamestown, causing a loss nf property to
the value of 875,000. The principal
sufferers are Mr. Dodge, Druggist, and
Messrs. Donovan, Hoffman and Butter
field, merchants. Among the buidings
consumed was tho Masonic Hull.
Advices from Oregon announce the safe
ty of Gov. Stephens.
the English steamer Holivahad arrived
t Panama bringing dates from Valparaiso
to the 14th, and from Callao to the 25th.
Ex-Governor Bigler was a passenger on
board the Stesmer on his way to the Uni
The news by her is unimportant.
Dates from Australia are to the 26th of
liaxall flour sold in Melbourn on the
7th for 50 pounds per ton
ter, IS 15c; Eggs. CaO cent,; Ml. Z fl
rveana, ixoe: hosp. Gut 6c! Uoffre. ' "ifiwi
ITjalor; Tea, 50100: Volasare, i'Jct. I Um iV
ougar, oae.iw iLrie run, 13 dollar per
un tut ttuMMttw eMvere
barrel; Picker.1 lO.OOto .00;Kttef)a9. UVZ&EZ EiLJ"' "
v incgnr, icaxa cents; j opacco, ysaU; TVy .Tririr
If.. rnwT. urn. nu .... at 1 Jf
" v, i wwjyuv, m auuw iui per m: .
lira m a. ... a . .
Whiky, 33c; WouJ. 50a33e.
A aiMiBl f Lone M eadag lk S iMKU,t-U
Jr.tk.M i- at bf
tftiaarjr. l-i $iJXt 7t
lh do InroW a-J.wl ti 148 Ml H
Anaaoi Muj hrliMUfila.
laaiaCiMaIMlMtAfnia M,TW 74 rJSl S
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Inland rl,k lO.WI 24
laiofaat ae raM la Jalr
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IUUac la karitf of rU tad
la eon n of iraaaai.ftf.ua (ivm
rrmlumi daa t4 aaaoIlaiUe
oa Puilrir, taiued al Hk J.Tj; a)
8alra( (Hrnrj on aai.J Vila
P. Tan Trump, Esq.
We give this gentlemnc great credit for
the firm and independent stand which he
took previous to the election, in opposition
to fusionism. When strange delusion
seized bis old political associates, be, un
moved by all the denunciations of his for
mer friends, remained true to bis country,
and true to the Constitution. By bis de
cided adherence in such a trying hour to
what he believed to be right, he proved
himself to be a true patriot, and a man
eminently worthy of Ik confidence of his
grWe are glad to see the name of
Nelbok H. Vah Vorhm, of Athens coun
ty, proposed by some of the papers for the
speakership of the Ohio House ot JKepre
sentatives. He is a very fit man for the
San Francisco Market.
San Francisco, Oct. 6th. ConsiJera
ble activity has prevailed during the last
fortnight, and in many articles a material
advance has taken place.. .
The market was buoyant at the close, al
ie following rates:
Gallego fe liaxall Flour, 814 to 14.25.
Clear Pork 822.50 per bbl. ilms in
brine 21c; Bacon, extra clear 24c: new
Butter 60c. Crushed Sugar 14c. Tur
pentine 1,06. Syrup 75.
Washington.Oct. 30lh. The Preai Jent
has decided that the resolution of tobuary,
1855, providing for 'the Brevet rank of
Lieut. Goneral, under which Oen. Scolt
received that apointment, gives him addi
tional pay and allowance, and that it is re
troactive in its operations from May 29th,
1 047. This decision has been communi
cated to Gen. Scotl.
Geo. C. Fairfield lvaa been appointed
Consul to the port of Louis Isle, France.
The argument in the Honda case was
continued in the Court of Claims, to day,
by Mr. Sherman, chiefly in support of a
olaim for in tereston damages demanded un
der the Spanish treaty.
The Springfield (Illinois) Journal, pub
lished at the seat of the State government
SaySi . ..:
A number of banks already organize
under the goneral law sre increasing their
securities and now receiving from the State
Auditor a large inorease to their circula
tion. We are glad to note these facts.
We should support the legitimate banking
of the State; and, at the present increase,
our State Stock Banks will be able to meet
the wanta of the people. Let ns drive
from ue the worthless Georgia sbinplas
tors, which we know nothing about, an
deal in a currency or our own.
The New York Mirror says:
Some irreverent wretches style Dr. Bel
lows' new church near Union square, "the
Cbureb of the Holy Zebra. It is built in
alternate layers of red and Yellow brick,
which gives it a curiously streaked effect,
resembling mutton chops or raw pork.
The editor of tha Cyanthana (Ky.,)
News thus speaka of Ohio politios, "Ohio
politics, (be says,) we hand over to Satan
rt . i u-i.L r
as ana inoorrigiuic uwin ot iunnuuiaiu
higher lawism. abolitionism, foreignism
niggerism, witn a sprinxie oi democracy
,lnra told fof)
Cincinnati. October 30. Flour The
market is steady, and ptices are without
any essential oliaoge. The demand is ac
tive. The sales comprise 163 Ibis at 88;
235 do at 87.95; 000 do at 8C; 43 ) do.de
iivered at Hamilton, at 83. and 3J0 do at
7,93. The receipt, daring the U.i 24 l, 'U. '
uuurs r iuw iarrei oi xioor. v,
notice a aals of 50 bags Buckwheat at 84,
28 ) cwl.
Grain, the demand for Wheat continues
active at very fall prices. A tale of 2,000
buh. inferior red at 1.55.
Whiskey, the market lias underwent no
change. The salas to-day comprise CrJC
obis Ixora rivar and railways at 33
Cheese.the market is firm with au active
demand. The as add up 1.200 boxes
at i, and 2 00 do Durham farm at 12
uuiiar.mere n a continued good demand
for roll and choice Dairy packed. The
sales to-day comprise 10 Crlins piirdeand
extra choice at 20(25c; 6bblsroll at 2"0c;
nn l 4,500 ft summer-packed at 13 1 4e.
Oil, Linseed has again advanced, with
sales of 16 bbls at 93c, and 23 do at 1,00.
The stock is very light.
Lead, salue of 275 pigs at 7c. The mar
ket is buoyant.
hugaf, the demand is only moderate.
but prices are unchanmd. The sales are
confined to small lots, at (J7c for low
iair anil prime.
Utfre, a sale of 75 bags rood Puo at
Molasses, A sale of 50 blls at 37e. The
market continues dull.
Dried Fruit.sales of 1 3 bbrls Apples and
Peatfhes. at 1.25 for the former, and 1,50
for the Utter.
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kwaaa4 la lw. tb.k ... O.o.
kmtan't lrf .. a larra.Ma aaa a.xu .-
taiwml w4 ika mk '--Ta It
EADY MADE CLOTHING,
Uak vllaaatdalrraMavlaa, 1 an 4WfM .
4wallallM Ivaaal Ut dt, A, wi M
ymttUf aaJMllaa w iian taara af aabUr fima
aa laxpail W rubm hi lula ! ftw )aar, ta
tupfvly kr1l:, Mi ttia rtb'l rl.talur. All aka
a fa taaaaakii tlwflaa I mm artaaill da vail t.
ana kia i.llil mi( W a-iife laa ala af
Ouwdaaa kal l aia-.IIV la la.l r laa aiM huM.
Iaad,adjr aad aictfrfa datva la ba feaaaat farm
er. I ,halllra !. 4 tamd-watta knlHa Ua
Gnaaa, firmth and UrifUlf. laaf uaga.
taoaaatat, a tf. WJ- amt
Vi r u
tmonrl of loaaat latorrad ar.d Iu praaait
Amanni of Iowa renorttd aa wklck aa
actio kM ora ln
Anoaat of (Ulait for !- tttlsttd Ij
i 014 e
Fruit mnt Oianmcutal Ta dt.
RJ. RI.ACX. woald nn flm aOaaOnn of kl
. frlad aad Hia kallla $ uar.lU. lo Ika Sua
not. 01 KaciT and Uinitii lieu, Sat at, Viaaa,
.. ahlrh k offan for ale Ika amalk( fall, al k
I'wtr), tkraa wlHM wl af Bramaa.
H it .wrt ixtul.u M Jlptg, --, (tn,iktJard1
daarf.) Oa,M, Ptmtl. Hum. Jpritti, ,viviai aad
Cfrm TV,,,; 0ra "., C-'!. 4aaalrn,
Aaaaftfrrtat Jr. aJ s,aMutof TVat dandaaaa
San' km lln 0,rw ttf ttv'.U.mmi witl-froata tnti,
III ka aant ait Croat Ika Xaraarti and a-arj aartat
H mimm:r wrl, kavlaf aara pnipu-a hjr U.a
aropn-4iWkliHli.or aadvr kl Itaaiaillata dlraeatoa.
Na traaMa aor pai ku Smi (aarad darln laa
laal in ar la ooalnli. la kaal frail, la Ika .-'
lr. anil a ?lH ltl aaraara.or a aaawlfiafW af
ik C-.I.'H. a III aaow lh ka Wat a af Ua Snaat
c;ll-tlO'i. tf fruit In rntril CiM...
OrJ.r, fraai ra aka Slid Hlb"arrl,iill rlall
ik yrmrj will ba romrrtlT ttA la, if aildraaa
rd lotHa ttrnpMalor at Kt --RVII.LK. ('r.a.
ltrrl.tl Ctl" a f jrnl.h, rr!i.
Tka r.il .lni tl'Bjaa r, nfarrrd t-B. W.
Cattat t. OraanSild tii.p- IliOir llaiaaisa,
Etq., l.aioa'ar, ilj.-! Sit- S..'Mf SalUiuora, uLlai
Rq.. M. Uiwur. 4...
SaaU.nUar fw. tOlf
tix art of ror.Mi:v tr.tnB-nooai
Wf A Visa tatatlla I Mmi-lf In tka rmfinft(arii4f
' ' . esj.erre
1.11KLHS . JIAI5TI5. Prottdaat
wT.r, Jalf 97, li. A. V. W 1LLMA KTU. Hat r
or aaar Voi, Courtr of Sw York,,,.
Ctiarlj, J. Mania. 'Praild.. at. u.1 ArfK. V.
Wlllmirtk, H-rrtry of tka lloma linaraoca Compa
ny, ueinf Mrerall; a worn, dn Ayt aad . tkt tha
fu.-afnr.: tat.rornl of tka a Sain aad tond.Uoa ofmid
avinpaay 1 prrrrrt and tru.
blnad CHdRI.RS J. M.RTI. Pratldeat.
AKTHUK P. WILLM ARTQ, Saeraury
Takan. lukaehlMd and ivnrs to bafurA anathla'-Oth
iu of tuljr, A. It. Uli Klrnd
5. V.ILLIAX Bl'STP.F.n,
Commlaaioaer I Ka York for tka Suta ofOt.lo.
WILI.MM P. CREKU, A(al.
Lancaatar, Ohio, Onabar SO, 1K33 lVt
of US. i:iVYhH ar.d HHhKf IHO.i U,KI In
0M f'M MmiUtmf.M r IT'iff tit MtHnf VmUl
. la ar.-i arc'l lo farnlab tka n.'tla af thla eouul
le (S altka'arT lliliiylfcal o ba aaedd In Ma Una, Ma
i ItMa.. 1.1 aa-ara aariatf of CUUK1 10 and If EAT'
ISC STOI liar.r Wool) aad COAL, aotutltL.g In part
af tka Ik Air TMfl.t, V atara tluooo. .
Trilni.h. lliK't.Praaldaiilaabd f'rofrra for Wood
and Blaak Dlain.i.d far G'Ml. Alto fi iarbi. PloHad
tUrv, Fujrar Katilct dr rlulltfw-wara. All of tfaaabora
n!cl olfllx au'.d low aa can La bojytit alaaahara.
Ha allliaiia naaralla to autl i iomh ku
Boston. Oct. 30th. At 9 o'clock this
motninc Sanford's Cotton Factory, at Ce-
darsville, near WorcheMar, was destroyed
by fire, together wiih the outbuildings
and a considerable quantity of cotton.
The loss is estimated at 850,000, which
is mostly covered by insurance.
A femnle operative periahcd in the names;
two others are reported to have been killed
bv jumping from the windows. Other
persona were injured.
When the train left the fire was still ra
ging, and much further damage was feared.
The Albany Argus tells a story of man
buying oats, a few days since, wbo gave a
fiflv dollar bill in mistake for a five. On
discovering the blunder, and hastening to
have it rectified, he found the recipient of
it deliberately rubbing out the cypher on
the bill, in order to make his cash account
square with his funds. An exchange of a
five" for a "hlty" saved the latter irom
further defacement, and fully satisfied both
Mildew is one of the greatest pests of
green houses and all sorts of plant struct
urcs. The following remedy has been tried
in the houses of the London Horticultural
Society, and it is thought will prove effica
"Sulphur and unslacked lime put into a
tub of water, in which they are quickly
intimately mixed and the trees and plants
syringed with the clear liquid alter these
substances nave seiuea ai ine notiom.
There are now five vacancies in the
Senate, the terms of Messrs. Filzpatrick
of Alabama, Atchison of Missouri, Pettit
of Indiana, Cooper of Pennsylvania, and
Qwin of California, having expired on the
4th of Maroh, 1056. ,
Behind thi Aox. Among all her sea
ward looking cliffs, Spain lias not a single
lighthouse, from the Pyrenees to Point
Europe; she 1ms no railroads, no canals, uo
telegraphs; and till lately there has been no
safety to travelers on the highway.
The fisr harvest of the East for the pres
nt vear is said to be most abnndant, and
the quality is fair, though there has been
too much lain lor me uignesi exceuonee
Iron ore in great abundance has been
found in the bluffs of Muscatine, Iowa.
It waa brought to light in digging a cut
for the railroad.
At a race on Lons Island on Thursday
between the mare Flora Temple and the
pacer En, the latter made the quickest
time on record, doing a mile in two min
utes and twenty eight seconds.
A Southern papor saya that a Mr. Ellis,
of Tennease, has emancipated twenty-four
slaves of both sexts belonging to him.
Hew York TOnrkei.
fltwi obk, uciooer &j. Hour, droop
ing, with sales of 17.000 Ibis at 9.12 for
Straight Slate; 8,37 for good Ohio, and 9,-
ISl lor Southern.
Wheat, declined, with sales of 34,000
Corn, lower, with sains of 44,000 bush
els. Poik, active, with sales of 1100 barrels.
Bdef, dull. Sales of 300 bVl.
Lard, Less active, with sales of 1500
Wlii.lv, firm. Siles of 00 birral.
Coffjc, quiet, with sales of 809 bags
Sugar, dull, wiih sales of 13 JO hbJ.
Molasses, declined, with sales of 100
bbls Orleans at 35c.
Ltrd, quiet and steady.
Iron, Declined, with sales of 100 tons
Scotch Pig at 35.5J per ton.
Tobacco, r irm. Sales of 50 hhds.
Freights, Unchanged. !
Phi luil el phi k OT.iir.iet.
FniLADEiPnu, Oct. 30.
Flour, market undergone no change;
lher is a mnderablo export demand, and
furtliur sulos of 3 JO bbli stan lard brands
have been made at 9,00 per bbl; 100 bbls
for November delivery on private terms,
and 1000 bbli extra at" 9,62.
Wheat, demand fm'r and prices steadily
maintained: salas of 1,000 bush Southern
and Pennsylvania at 2,00 per bushel for
I'nme Ked.and 2,122.U for fair and
prime While including a cargo of 3.000
bU3h at latter Ggure yesterday afternoon.
Irroccnos, no change.
Provisions, no change
TVew York Cattle BtarUet.
Nsw York. October 31. Beeves-5,500
Bcovcs sold at 710c being a decline.
Sheep 18,000 bead sold at a decline
from our last quotations.
Swine 1 he sales amount to 4,000 head,
at 7c for prime.
STATKXIXT OP TUB COSOltlOS OF
TKE STAR INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of Of .lanaborfh, X.Y, oa Ibe 11 day of July, IriS.
1. ara and IrfaJi'y at tixrifted atrot
1. Tha c'ap.lal .tock ta 1 1 50(00 SO
. Tu a).iul atoek la paid ap
I. Tha Afaiuof tkt Company are aa fnllaat:
I. fak en hand and In tka kusdaof
Areata or otber neraottt S)2.d(-5 do
f. ftael F.atata aaaa
8. BonOa aaae
d. Dabta due the Ciotonn satured If
monrare. blnr Brat lien, duly re
corded, of wklek amoenf eaore tl,o
amuxK). 1 upon property wonk
double the rum for wfaiek aavae I
ro'irtfaga.l $135 (KO U
S. rtabta otbervlae eeenred aaaa
S. Doufr Premlumt frrd Cd
7. All otkar eaearltlet. fceina- BUS
Kacalrabla for Pramlama t)9,4j K
S. Araoantof liablllttaa due or oi daa
to Baake arothr ardltora aaaa
S. Ineea ailjaelad aad daa aaae
7. Loaaea aliuted aod sot doe) aaaa
0. Iioeeoe unadtaeiad aaa.
9. laee In aaapaoaa wallinf fartker proof $iC3 CO
19. Fo otkarelaloiaaraiaal tna Caatpaoy,
ateepta taw eiaall name of avpanaa,
oaar-payraent by areola, or ra-Uwir
anea. and one elalra of rtsultd
II. Tbegreafrtaaioaiillnaared lnantrlek 3,000 10
IU. The rraateet araaont allowed by tka
raiae of tke Company la oa la aay ana
aity. lowu or rillara. Xo ml oa tke
IS. No rule at to tke greateat amount al
lowed to be loan red la one klock.
li. The met nf lurnrporaiton li Ika taiaa
aa at the laat reoort.
Sufivrtbad and aworn kfora mm (hie lit, aa? af
July, Itii. tLUAM whii k. juat.ee of raase.
H. G. roOTK. keeretarr.
-WILLIAM P. CREKU. AfiM.
Lancaster, Ohio. October 30, WSi IwM
5.B. Ho:;a-t-.oollhf aiJ.li.liUna np.eh-rt no
Uop. (lilCbar. Hraaa. fawuraud Uoaiakeula aa
eaaara lor ni.y of Ui above arilctja. i kla.
Laaraeter, n.ay 1, 1M
NEW STORES-NEW QOODS.
T . UOlT2d
nlSJuatrerelTadaud le nnw eaenluf teaarai
amna-miilOnl WOODS of aa-ry a.rlrtr
aeaally fuaadlu L)r Oavdt trade.ciinatatlar In part of
i'ailiroa. Priata, l.awaa, Giafbame,
Browkaad Dlfaeked Mii-I ra: S.Sdi lOnuarkketUnf
Clark and Faocy liraae Sllka; U;laue; are,;
Alparrae. plain aad Srnrea;
Llnai-aud Bl'fe Ilaadkercblafe and Crevata;
Ronaai-aud D .an I Klbbon) Clnka and Carlaaereat
Katiartaaad flaaaalal fkaaka.TUklbfa.akd
Mcu'e Kamaier Wars mt All klatfe,
tocetkar wltk a rartely af ither f node for Ladla aad
Oaalleruea. All of w kirk hata baa a potebaand at
.art low prima. will ba eM.I eqqally low for 0411
mr VOVXTKT PtLOIiVCZ OXLT.
Hla store all! Uufuuad twodoorewaetoftha Falr
leld County Sli r Ineliluta aad ortoa'ta KbadTar'e
iIotal.LaDcaiter.Okio. ) n,icw-a
gMf fifth Street, tlutnll, Oklo.
XZXV FALL .TIXLL15ESY GOODS
Mrs. J. A. HE&DBRSOaf,
ATX Vra. E. St. BlCkf; le Juat i.w epanlar; a
landld Stock al naw Hanaele, Klkbanea
ck floerara. realhrraiTrlmmlaae
kr..eulteble far Ike F ALLTMA bli.lo Dkich aka would
rMnvvtriiMr Inrlta tha arfaarr'aa of fcar aaeteaaare. Har
alock will b. keot nui'lf tariackrat ana eaaaoa, (by
dailrarrlralefrjat Mew Vork) wllkall thatle aaw aod
aanittfal laker l!aa at kjeiiteee, aad at Ida tovert
l nuntry jb area ems ana .4imn-re win aac it to unr
adrauiara ta Uok tnroua-h kar Wfcalaaala Vupartwaat
bafura parabaalbf eleewhera.
aara. j. m. iisji'tRnua,
tM. Fifth Slraet, batwaan Blra and Pima Straata.
CkutlBcail,SapUiaberU, 1SU to
SEW OE0CEKY AHD HOTI03 ST QUE.
jonv D. JACKSON.
T n AVE imrchaaed the entlra Inlerekt nf Joan Lt
I oaem the Grorery Store on Ike Soulhaett earner
ot the PubllcPquare, bark of tke Market Houee, where
I ahatlalall liDieelake pleaaara la eerrinr Ike old
euatomers of tka eetabllfkmeutajid my friaada a Ilk a
ChoircselectloB of Groeries,Xotioiit, cVc
Mrneweuptilykas already eirlved lo which I Inrlte
epecial altentli.a of eufttoroara. klyprlcei will be aa
low ae any other flraUar establishment In the city. 1
am a new beginner and kope lo hare a literal ehere
of the public ptlror.af f. JOHS O. JACSSOX.
lAocatter. a uyun .j, icm io
(fi sF.naaTOPOL. taxes.
."lit 2 rauatkaee fuuda by tka 11 rat af J
L W Aaraat. Ai4 we wlahalloarcni- 1
tomara wkiae acrounta bare not k -ea
eaviled for the taenia months ta caH and
elaae them before that "lata.
MrRT.ROT dk BILLIXOHCKST.
Lanraatsr, July 10, ls-ii.
ClCIXTf ATTI, WILMIHtiTOS ANO
C VI E4Y1I.1.K RAIL lOAD,
OthU TO KKW L3X15CTOR. Tw Jell Train
rrat TVaia laaraa Cincinnati al S A. M.. arrlrinr al
UneaaUratllJUA. M. aad at 9 ew tasjogloa at Id 49
Krturnlrr, laar5ew Trlriflon al 1 ti P. at. aad
laneaatar at S tiV.M., arnrlnr at Clnelnall a.iu f.af .
tttnd TVata learea Cluclonatl al d 1. at. enlU;g at
Laneaatorett.su P M.
Hatumlar laarae Lanraelef al 1 41 A. at. inirlDc
a(Cln-lunatlatll.1i' A. JI.
Train atop for pestantiri at all lMrra;11at polake
end eonoect with trains on Lltlla Miami Koad for Ca
lawib'ja, IiaTaoa.Hlllsborot'Bh andCMlilcotka.
BUrallaae eoaaaat al oimi-mue tor tnnuaoina
.A (rolumbna. at hancajter for Loaan. KalaoMrllla,
Athens. and Pemernr. and at Saw kmli.atoBfer Snai
raat and ZenreTille, a rat air, f at Saoeetllla ta Hand
far Eaelarii traiheon laiitrai uuio naumaa.
nruihii Information and uVkeie.aily alTlekel Of.
flaa.roaarof Br-wadway aad Pnatatraata aad at tkd
LlMla Miami Urpol, or to iu nation Bfeiiu onuauaa
4 . aa. tj. Bijivuaiu.)
T"Trie Company will not be reepoaslbla for badja
aad-eaacaadlaf St'la ralaa, anleee the eaaia ka ra
tunad lotie Condxeloror Arenl.and fre'rbl paid at
IbprjIonfspaaatraforererjSXClBTalne aboTa laat
CITY PROPERTY FOR 8 A I.E.
tWdt rpHAT Valuable Rouso and Lot with all the
I ronrenlencee, at tha corner of Columbus
HilLand Mill Street, ran belied at a Great bargain.
'oaatfufOREircn April 1. 1H50, Bliontraat
l.iucasler.Nor. 1.1M5-20. THIS OPFICJS.
UK. H. 8. FISLEV,
ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN, !
OFFERS his professional eervloes to tha eltiieas
of Lanrsster and IM Tlclnltr.
As this system of madieal praoliea la new to meny
In Ihla place.tll may be deemed proper ta glee a few
or its distinctive features.
The use of Ihe lancet Is abandoned as a tiracl.ee
fraught with erll eonaeqaenres; and a natural deple
tion mora safe and effectual substituted, by Increas
ing the various secretions and exeretions of Iko body
thus reducing the circulation to any desirable ex
tent, and avoiding effectually tha abstraction or dimi
nution of any vital or invigorating principle of tka
AS A BV B STIT tfT H ,
For the poisonous mineral medicines heretofore In
common use the mora gonial medicines ae now pre
pared In a concentrated and purely medicinal form,
from the vegetable kingdom, ara only admitted Into
practice, being more thffrodgh and efficient agents,
end el wars under tha anlira tontrol ofike practition
er; but under no cl too in stances capable of producing
any of Ihe disastrous results aeon in every community
where calomel and a'l such medical agents have bees
Ihe cblaf rallanee. ....
Offlco Tallmadge House, aver Whlla Letts I
Store. - ,
Realdence He v. Psrouel Carpenters, Broad wsy.
Oct. ty WSJ. ly.
Atniroa'a Orrtci Faiariata Cor-rt,(
October IS, lcSi.
THF Commissioners of FairOeld eonnty have ap
propriated tlta turn of Oue Hundred aud Twemy
Bve liollsrs to be paid for the beat Plan for an Iar
mary. The Draft to be deposited in this omce en or
before the 1st dav or January nest, ano aa eooa ware
after as convenient tha tains will be opened dud ex
amined, tnd the award made.
Ill order of tha Commissioners.
JAMfcS V. TOWSOK, rierk.
BALTIMORE OYSTER DEPOT.
HAS just been opened attna v Altai
HOUSE of Jet fries Jr. Wad, a
... . ... i A U 1 1
uie junction or ine -ai i i aau amva...
The Bat-st Oysters In whole and kaUCana
received dally. Our frtende In adjolalajr town
IT! I.LI AM II. K1XG,
HA 8 rot timed to the city, where he axpaata l rw
maln pernianaBlly iu the practice of hie profaasloa.
(iratoful for past favors, ho nopas by altetitloB to kuat
uni lo merit Ike patronage of his old Mends tnd the 1
public guerallv. OrBee. Main Street, two doors Baet I
olllie Oblotsgie. UnMlMr. July 18,lai-4mll I
JOHN SHILLITO &. CO.,
Kot It, Brut Fourth Streets Cincinnati, O.
Roapfclfullylofnnnlkclr Customers and Pafekaaars
generally, that Ihey are bow opening as esteas-vs
auo complete asaortmoaioi
mE) a? gr a x L so
TLOOR OIL CLOTH Ac.
Families. Hotel Keenen, Steamboat Owaert. and
Ktrangera, may depend upon flnding the beet elesa nf
aois, at prices as low as taey eaa ae parcnaaeo. in
theKssleraCitiea. aapt. 17, 16 SmSl
BOUNTY LAND WARRANTS
BOUOOT A5D BOkl) AT
EXCnAlfGB OFFICE, L AKCA ITKR, O.
IAJf now dealing aitanelTaTy In Land Vrtrranls.
those wlehlngto aall had thorefora better consult
me before selllugelsewkere. Ceelersln Warrantseaa
do at well witk ma at In aay market and make qnlek
torus. The costs of assigning ta always paid by ma,
aad any Information about warrants ckearfolly given
Those intendieg to use their Warrants at soma fo
ld re timecaadepoeite them with me and reeslve the
n. oner or interest for Ik em. aad another Warrant when
they wish, w arrants passing from my nanus sre al
ways f aereaceee ia f vary respect.
I also deal In Eastern Kxebanreand Gold and ail
TdfCoin. T. W. TAI.LMADOB.
Lancaster .September li, lea aitr-
A-tri J.. 1r.
2tr.lV CIlItA STOIItt.
TCST apaaad on Main Fyeot, nerlv p a
poslte Kah!r, Kiux as to's Dry Gwii
Hlore. aonslsling of
all fwhlabwaibasoidlow alwbaVeeeld
aad retail. M crab ante and ika publie ard
k:ifj raap-ictfully solicited to call and aiaralad
m aiark.lt lafol I aad aalaatad.
WladoW Glass al moat allalses from 7 so ep ta J
kyeo. WiLLlK sra-P AkT.
ijmeaasar. epni is. t-ajas
QUOAD WA T HOTEL)
rTVhe rn.1rrlrrif !. having again aaanme j tea knan-
I agrnoil iifiWi weilfkuown asiabliskmant, kara
Uava lo aay ka tlwsa who visit rindanarl, alike fof
buetnaas ot pleatara.tkat Ikay will Sad ika Broadway
H'Hcl eneaf I ha mnal. convenient and deelrablestop
pkBg placeala tke ally.
Iitaennvnleatta l!ie Rail ftaad rfflas ard Pepof.
1,4 tke Public Lending mm eo.than tny othar Hatel
In cnrioaslt ardia vrlutln a few tmante! walk of tha
Posl OAse'the p.lnelpla Uueiaees Ideetilieij and da
plaaoa of Peblle mueemenl.
Aaetlaaalve ranaaf Bathing toomt tnd Ber
ber's Shop will be found inl'ua Building.
Tls knuaa has all tha aomfoHa and convenlenea
that aan be found la auy Sral elaae Hotel ta tka Waal.
The whole astabllakmenlkea Jnal baea tborattjjhlf
overhauled, renuveWd and ra-faralahad. aad ah
Pmnrlevrr.e.'easeund latl saiee waa siasa are
'Atjioniethelrhome during Uielr stay
rill have aa reason I
nan alwavs basunnlied at a anamenla antlra at Cin
cinnatl prions. All Oyelars sold tar me wtrranta
rood and fresh ' JAMES B0TD, Agonl.
l-ancatier, October 11, JSS-m!r8.
OFFICE IN CAKCASTER,
AT FREIGHT STATIOK, C. W. ck X. R. . COM
WILLIAIH mtUtmU Agent.
THE Company have recently changed tha location
r ihair nfflr. as ahova. Messanrert leave Lan-
csslerdtllyperTralnt oor C. W. & Z. Mall Road,
afrording the beat facilities for tha prompt, safe and
chaan conveyance of parcels snd freight to all points
East snd Wast, alto for tha collection of Nolee, Drafts,
A ccounta, tnd for making purckatee or tu execution
Knaelal con tracts for tha carriage of larj qnantttlos
f frtljht will aa mada.
Wlbbin.n ra 1LO bjv.swcai J.BFJM'
Jf ATTHKW FPAPP.8
Lancaster, tngusl 13, 1j4 IS
DR. O. R. DAVIS,
TTAR remotad his rasldenra and oolce loth brick
Ibulldhigformerly occupied by John Sullsmitk,
Eaq.,rutk side of Main 8treet, S door west nf Dr.
Kraidar's rasldenra. ortober 11.154 u
to enmaltlp a'tRar of yilaseanm-
aiocatlons or hU ckargos. JOSEPH H. CCH WILL.
September 13, IBM--IU
MTTLI Jk xJUESBACaa-a
staple a rAcr nr good,
Grnoarie, tjne)nwrf Ilata, Caps,
tc.awT.nT.aaoa, wui aoaaaaakai
MAIR RTEBET, LAKCASTEBi OHIO. .
tOVLTt reapaclfollvlnvlla the attenlloa ofavarf
' body to tkett largaand wall assorted ttook al
SPRING AD SUMMER GOODS,
whlcTinavebcen ai.eclod wiih rara.atid will ha at te!
the lowest eeah pried. WatS,IBM-aw
WILL tell at private tale my Hern sewnsoip mi
miles South or iaaaaar, -ooaatuaag
I MocsPrgar. ,
TYAaremnvedkltolIlea to Lwtft eeresr. Ksst or
II 4he Caurt Hnuse. opposite tha Ohio p.agie usice.
Ttdncaster. Ortobor S8,lfSi-4a
At.FKED H 11.1.11
arrnantT aoowaniiara t tw. ", ante
J IW- prscalra ia the Couru of fslrpaia srrri a a
' ' FACTi FlioX BKaAaTUPUli. -
TU K rolwjeflbers. thankful for patrdnsgs S erelefore
recelveTl. would teyto thai, old customers and
nvcrvbody else, thai we era now msnnjaeturlni and
offering for tela, a superior article of
DOOTS AND SHOES,
onsistlng In part, of Gentlemen's Boots and Shoes of
every varlelv.f rom the most fuiwy to tke baavest stogy.
Ledtee' French Moroeee,Kld,Ooat aad Calf,Gllora,
Lara Boots and Buskins; Miaaatand Chlldran'a 61
tort and Shoee. AU warranted and sold low fav ta
rttdvptV. JBCpWlt'T DU4.1BVBUP01I
Lantus'tar, Oetobor SJ, VSJS SS
I i . . . . a u
aw .v-...' a i siunured
AcraSi a- .
bntlnm.aad Ike resioue rair am aaa op-j
la- niaii i
mui. wall timbered, aad watered by aewar falUag
8PaSnif:iVB'ITT TBRIIB Acreeof the BnHomlaad
r will make
The whole af tka Bottom Land dt akatrtSS aarat
Ibe Land are v.ader eatltTetlen. The aaare preaslea
sre on(lired with aubssaaltsl new fenaaaad Ika nWaee,
Barn. Cranarlas, c. are goad. - . ' ''
1'osaeuloBWillbagivonln Urn for pelting del
' 11 eanPbe arranged If desired. vault tke UrgeJ
part of lha purckasa taoaey tar a wraa ai jeai
rm full Information or
men!, ate. avrly to Was. rtartlott
so p. m. r
July IB, lSSS llll
Hie price, terms rf pay
loll, Eso. oa Ik preaal
T. WUO. .
Ilaaitutieeolvrtl t ths City Book Btr
A Kw arartt o
B00S&S IfAtlOMBfr MC AHTIC1X,
Cltl Moulding for Flctar Framea,
TfJCSTHEB wll VARIOP8 ARTICLES WrLA WE
as cheniai, wr'o.r0:"??!::?!.'
Slat" . "tlpg iU. P4 aoiXov, Tare.batlont, r, .
Plessi csllaci t lulus ike stock.