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We tare bo lealre to rpeer eonapieu.
' oai' ii th polttloej arena; but we feel in
VliDa fcrUlJj W state em Vtowa npon Bat
ter anith'ujgs ip generslv' W have al
way locked upon the slavery quMtioB.anq1
th Esnsae diffioulliee, a to outrg'of the
Vngheat .ordar. kotUTjyT tlilpro Md anti
lavery pariie,'., ' Eng11h bill
a toneessioa on tbe part of lUe admin
istration, aoi yielding on th pari t 1e
advocates of toman rights: take it nlto
gether. It may cu,4 bTe
"been attained aader th eircnmatanoes.-r
SufHce it U eay, we submit to tbe will of
tyt majority, hoping that a sober second
.bought may bring all partiee to the reeog
nition of tbe doctrine taught by tbe fath
er of our glorious ipsjitatione. i ,
We see, or think we see the disruption
of high party line, and a field opening for
tie inauguration of tbe true policy of the
.fnutsriuen tjcwpio. - -i - - - . .
' Let every true patrict and; good man
buckle oo bis armor,, scouting all party
- feeling and eeetional issues". Let us as one
man resolre to do battle for the Union, tbe
Constitution knd our glorious institutions,
ever bearing in mind tbat tie ballat bozia
tbe great i engine ' tbat drive ne tjnWera,
either for good or for 'evil.1 " :'.'.:,.:'"'"'
' Let us protect American industry a
gaioet tbe eternal cry of free trade and for
eign importations, aqd thereby build; up a
TvHonal national independence; and above
all, let us eurb the importation of .'foreign
paupers and criminals, and limit our fran
chises (o honest and intelligent cUizena of
tbeTjoited Sta'es. Then . we shall be pre
pared to consummate the glorious destiny
-of a truly republican people, and Ho unfurl
, o the breeze our1 banner, inscribed J. J.
CRITTENDEN for President of the 'A
MERICAJf UNION in ' i860.
!: CmOTJLAH. -
Ciaa.aAn. Ohio, Way 7tb, 1158.
' At a regular meellof of the "NAnoait
Amxmoai Asaoaanoa or IUnrtroa
Coubtt, Ohio," tbe eommUue, appointed
at tbe hut meeting, reported the following
resolutions, wblob were unanimously a
dopted: v' . s '. ... .. ..-
Watatas, ';Tbe Damoerail - party,
through an abi'eet lervilitr to aeciioial a'to-
tatioo, and by the centralized powera of
our National Government, and especially
by the overshadowing aad dangerous pat-
rooage and power of the Eiecative. have
prevented a fair and honest eipreasion of
ibe popular will, on the part of . Kiesas:
therefore . - . a
Reiolvti, That we bail with prid thou
fearless and loyal Amcbica. JOHN J.
CRITTENDEN. JOHN BELL. HUM.
PHRKY MARSHALL, W. L. UNDER
WOOD. II. WINTER DAVIS. JAME3
if. HARRIS and JAMES B.' RICAUD,
Sinaton and Member of Conjrue from
Southern States, who. by tbeir votes upon
the Leoomptoo Constitution and the "Eng
lish Confvrenon Bill." hare vindicated tbe
nationality and patriot! im of the American
parly and enrolled their names among tbe
truo patriots of our country. .
Reeolved, Tbat John J. Cmttihmh, of
Kentucky, in the amendment with w' ioh
hie name has been connected, aod ia ' the
noble utterances by which it was enforced,
so ooosistent with tbe manliness of hie
long career, has elevated himself above the
chances of parlies and politic.. Office can
not increase bis renown, for he i enthron
ed, in the hearts of bia countrymen.. ;,- . ,
' Reeolved, That we will never act with a
political organization which does cot in
clude wiihiu its sympathies every foot of
American soil, and every man, North or
Sonth, who ia true to the honor, the wel
fare and the dignity of the American Re
Reeolved, That those Democrats who
have resisted the threats and sedoctiocs of
a truculent aid. corrupt ' Administration,
and those Republicans in Congress, who,
in a perilous bour, manifested a wise spir-
of compromise, deserve tbe grateiul re
pefct of their country. '.
jr.-K. M Attain, rreBiaent.
W. Q. Hodgson. Secretary.
' "WHAT IS DEMOCRACY!": ' .
A Grave Question by the American Dm
ocral In our opinion it is one of the three
forms of government; a government where
the law making power is declared as be
longing equally to the wl ole people, or in
other words, where the will of the majori
ty is recognized as tbe supreme power of
the land. Is tbe will of tbe- majority al
ways right? this we think.' a debatable
ouealion. Brother Beaty seems to ' think
Democracy never .committed a wrong.
ji Brigharn Young may eslablich poligamy
,UU IIIQ jUUIUiVU OllJiuil, v J
other territory, may establish the worst
form of slavery that ever txieted, and all
by the Democratic rule, with overwhelm
in? majorities; this would be Democratic
Jbut morally wrong. V This twiddle twad
die about the . infantility . f Democracy,
reminds us of the anecdote about' the old
woman who thought 'bat ber guinceas
were all turkeys because they bad been
batched in a tUrkey'a nest.
If we desire to avail ourselves of the
glorious privileges of a Demooratio (ofra of
government, e must treat our opponents
frankly and fairly,, and by - all possible
means, shed light, morally and ecientifical
1y upon the minds of the masses. In
word, cultivate eood feeling and brotherly
A.. . I t .1 - nAM ..Manafilt,, flf Mil J
M-r amuiic ntuuuic wen, iiu."v""' v. r J
FVV -credelictiona- .
' '.'- :
i ; v . Patronize rooa Domsstio Imbtitctions
Z& , We called at the Woolen Factory in our
"A'-'"" eity a few days since, now ; in complete
'jT- ''' , operation, and after going through the es
tablishraeot, and witnessing tbe beautiful
operation of the machinery, we entered tbe
ware-room, where we were, shown some
splendid specimens of oasimeres, sa'.tinetts,
ummer cloths, jeans, ' tweeds, dtc, dee.,
and the 6nest article of stocking yarn we
over aaw anywhere: we said to ourself
why don't everybody patronize their Home
Manufactories? it would not only com pen
. eate and encourage the industrious pro'
4jrietors, but it Wjuld buiid up our city,
v od add to the wealth of the surrounding1
aounlry, by enlarging our market and ren
'I'dering us - comparatively independent of
importations. We therefore say, patron
ize Home Industry. Let everybody visit
our Woolen Factory and judge for tl-era
i selves; tbey will find Messrs. BiCkford
1JAVI8 Kjea, ( tbe proprietors! ever
ready to wait upon them.
For tbe Lancaitsr Gaiottt.
"' A Colleco In Prospect,
At the last session of the Ohio Confer
ence of tbe Methodist Episcopal Church.
was resolved that a first class female col-
ze be established wuiiin me counas oi
said conference. ' A committee . waa ap
pointed to hear propositions from such
places as might desire the location of suoh
college, said committee to report to ' the
next annual conference. Accordingly the
town or city tbat sends up the best induce
ment will get the college. Lancaster has
many advantages is near the centre of the
conference, is not near any other institution
is a beautiful place, with rich surround
ing country and generally healthy, cut
sue must aend up a good subscription-
then Hardly any other place can compete
lib her. &rery establishment, . whether
mechanical or otherwise,. Increaseathe
population and brings travel and money to
the place. Fairfield county baa neglected
her interests too long, A Urge amount of
msney haa went elsewhere that should
ava been u"ed at-home, o ilier amount
paid fcr sending children abroad, would
go far towards building an institution
here; even the traveling expenses would
be a consideralle aura. A o.tiien . of our
county (iht late Jedediah Allen) gave a
donation to a college elsewhere that would
have been sufficient to build one hera.
Tbis would undoubtedly have been given
ere if opportunity had been offered. This
nstitution wherever located will be free
from sectarianism. '.The pupils may at
tend such place of worship as they or their
parents may chose. - It will be literary,
not theological. The conference will pat
ronize it and appoint a portion of tbe trus
tees (rom their1 own membership, fin
other institutions about oue third. , .
All successful institutions of this kind
must be under the superintendence and
patronage of aome christian denomination.
Two meetings have already oeen heiu in
Lancaster, and committees appointed to
take measures to carry out the above sug
gestions. The people in all parte of the
county will soon be called on to co-ope
. A ubxbh r ost master. w e nave receir
ad at three different times, a paper direct
fed oy (it la J. U03K, returned wi n a new
envelope, labeled "Mr. Editor Lancaster
Qsce'tte Refuses, to tsko it out of the of.
fice." Now wo have ao less than three
J. Cooks, lo whom we send papers, all at
diflerent ofSoes; therefore we would like to
know whether it is Josh, John, or Jake,
. aqd the name of the office at which be re
eive his paper. With eupreme contempt
for'party polities, we subscript) ourself the
iT-y.Y.'. - .'.V-,', .;;:EpiToa.
Tux Weathib. All nature seems to be
. ii . 1 1 - .
neuuing iear, fn muon so,, last our
etresras are, unusually awolen, ovr.'low
faoa jnaundated and our far ate re gene
rally, suspended in their corn planting, an
other important agricaltural operations.
-Whether Bleeding Kansas and the English
bill, or some unaccountable freak of mad
am Nature is the cause of our unpleaaant
atate of the weather, we are aaable to de
termme; one thing however, is certain
that the p'lilosophio j submiksion to th
power that govern, aod to Ibe will of tbe
majority Is morally and politically speak
azfcia Oi ! .-it..,.
' w oirain mo cow- and the arrow
awervei: such is tbe case with the mind:
, , Sail war Eisettuw : ,
- The aaaual eUclioe (or Direefors af the
Ciceioaeti, WUmint;tMi k Zaaeeville TUil
Road Company waa btld at Laeoaster ca
Tbarsday tbe tOth ioat.aod reial.ed ia tbe
eboiee of the following asattenaa: - ;
J. A. Adams, ; D. MeLean, -N.
8cbligh, A. E. 8iickl,
D. Tatlmadje, W.O.Fife,
C. Borlad, W. DiUpUiae,
W. W. Beiree.
The new board was orgaafssd by the a
lectioa of C. Borland, PrrrideaCaad .Joel
Radabauvh, Treasurer and Secretary.
CorrpoiidMrth ClaelaasU Caiiara tL
fiolil iMle in I own.
. Pxua, Marion County. Iowa, I u
,v . May 17th, 1858. - f .
Ens. Com.: You bava doubilesa- beard
of the gold excitement in this vicinity. I
nave conoluded that It was but justice to
us and to tbe country, to give as nearly a
reliable' statement as it ia pot tibia to make.
There ar many wild rumor which I oon
aider injurious to repeat, -1 hav been to
a considerable pains aod expense to , visit
those digging which are being, worked
ithin two miles of this place, and in Ma
rion county, and wnl state what I nave
eaea. : ' ; i - - i
At Coal port, five miles distant, in a bill
of coarse reddish gravel aod sand overlay
ing light blue olay, gou is being procured
n hoe particles. .. iney are usually round
or irregular and none of them that I hav
seen larger than the bead oi a pin. Mice
and iron pyrites exist in the same vicinity,
and delude the iznorant. But several Cat-
foimans and jawlra and druggists .bave
examined and tested the true partioles,and
pronounce tbem fine gold. Ae yet no ex
tended operations bare been undertaken
there ' ' '. ".' '.'
Two miles below Red Rook, and about
ten from here on tbe Demoine river, there
ia another party at work.- Dr. Williams
of California, ia tbe leader of the party.
Tbey have a rocker at work, and are wash
ing the gravel from a hill side. . They
have been at work new about ton days,
ith only tolerable auccoe. Dr. Will
iams says tbat he tbinka it will pay to
shaft when the waters fall. ' '
A mile below Warren's mill and six
miles east of here, a party have fouid lar
ger pieces of coarser gold, but none larger
than , a pea. They are found in gravel in
a side hill in a narrow vein of blauk aand.
Dr. Warren and others are very san
guine of success and intend shafting. They
are only panning as yet with varying suc
cess. ; The highest day's earnings haa
been only 95; and many who are entirely
ignorant, lovo their small particles in wash
ing, and make almost nothing. The most
successful washer is an ' old Californian,
who is making good wagee.
Small particlea have also been found on
Tcarta dr Co'., PotTo a or Pa.
Kaiz' Yorioa rorai Aano Rxoroa.
We had thep(eare of wiioiof li.l
spteodiJ exliibiiioa'at the Coarl Hon, On
laat evening, aod were agreeably adtet-
laiotd for a eoupte of hoar. ' It ia a
plendid affair; - and far ex ceeded oar
expectation. Every -eceae wa beauti
fully portr ti. and whh a'eorrsst.
aea aoaarpMd . fetch. cn wa
avcomptniea with an inwrtin deterip.
tiv Uctur. girea by Mr. Toaaia. Tbi
Ciaaa Baotaaaa. who aecompaoy thi
Mammoth Exhibition, have riot tbeir -qual
in th UaiuJ Stat. . W anJac
aland tbat Majtbb Fxask, the Violinist,
has only been practicing th violin - nio
month, and yet, h handle th bow with
wonderful dexterity, . Mast ,Mij.tow,
Pianist, is also a grant musical prodiiry,
indeed. Tbey exhibit the PoWorama for
tbe last time thi. evening at the ' Court
Hon; be eure aad attend for there i do
humbug about it. . . ,.; l' . .
Geo. KauffiURn, '
John D. Martin,
Geo. H. Little,
Phillip Bope, ,
For ttao Laneuter Gazette.
Dkau Captain: I have doubted the u-
tility of occupying the columns of -your
useful weekly, or the patience of its read
ers, with suoh twaddle at is' being passed
betweea X and myself. 1 am Induced,
however, from reading hie last effort, which
appeara in the Gazette of last week, to ask
your indulgence for a very sbort (pace.. ,
it seems mat l nave oeen me victim oi
another great delusion. I had grown into
the belief, during the. past twenty five
years, by observing what was passing, (aa I
masined) that Messmerura bad received
almost the universal assent of the present
age. I even allowed myself to believe,
that ecienlifio men were calling to their
aid, animal magnetism, dependent and in
dependent olarivoyanoe, dco.fdco.: to ex
plain those phenomena, called Spiritual
Manifestations, without admitting tbe pres
ence of disembodied intelligence, Imag
ine, then, my surprise and humiliation,
when I am informed by X, that in the
eighteenth century, a number of "scientif
ic men, witb Ur, f ranklin at their bead,
in tbe city of Paria, "touched it with the
spear oi Ithureal, and it vanished like tbe
baarlees fabrio of a dream."
I could not, however, leel satisfied of my
own security, or of the condition of X:
and after carefully reviewing bis grammar,
logic, and history, I still fouod myself una
ble to mako anything ol ihe man, his sci
ence or literature. 1 1 heteupon called to my
assistance, aome friende who, I believed
able to advise, in occult and perplexing
rustlers; when after oareful attention to the
ease for alungtb of time, it as unanimous
ly decided that but one ebanoe ia left open
to X; and that by accepting tbat chanoe
only, can he be restored. . .
It is therefore directed, that a thorough
and full course, of meJicuteJ hallucination,
and tropical catechim, be at once entered
upon by him, under the care ' of the- re
nowned, aod disinterestedly benevolent,
Koptechentkyi. Rooms, Nos. 17 and 18,
Gaa Buildings, Fernenst, Carter'e Ware
House, opposite side of h canal; where he
can be consulted duritfg all business hours.
the stream about three miles from here, but
not enough to pay. I have also ie-n gold
got from White Breast, about twenty miles
from here, but in small particles And I
understand gold has bten found near Knox
ville, on tbe Competine , and have beard
that they are turning that alream.
You will see that I endorse all but the
last sentence of the last paragraph as hav
ing been unJer my personal knowledge.
lue question now remaining is, will it pay?
I crnnot aay. . When the stream are low
er there will be soma shafting, done, and
we can then tell better. We feel confident
tnougb her lo spend soma labor and cap
ital in endeavoring to test tbe matter.
Whilst I am writing; about miceral
wealth. I might mention that there are aix
coal banka and three lime kilus - in - active
operation within six miles of this town. 'I
have seen iron ore of fair quality, ..about
seven n iles from here, and 'feel confident
that by boring in tbe Demoine Vtlley, aalt
water can be reached in five hundred fe-t.
One man bored mush less than that a few
miles from here, but he had oo tubbing,
and could not keep out the fresh water,
however, made salthy boilin? in cauldrons.
I bsve carefully looked for Nad ore last
week, but have found only a blossra ' yet,
whioh I oonsider very good. The Indians
are said to have got their lead in this vi
cinity for many years, and come bere ev.
ery fall, but tbey work in the night, and
wa have not yet found their mine. If we
find it I will let you koow.
We have a high, healthy, rolhnff and
very fertile country. There ia abundance
of timber and excellent wa er. We yet la
bor under inconvenience of market, but two
railroads surveyed through tbis place, are
bnisbed within seventy miles of us, and
graiding is being done nearer. " The De
moine has been ia ex ielent navigable con
dition this Spring, and haa brought up
thousands of tons of freight and earned off
large quantiti of bacon, lead, flower, but
ter and eggs. '
, Rents and property are now very . low,
account of the pressure cheaper than they
have been for aeveral years. fotatoes are
worth ten centa a bushel; flonr 33 a barrel;
bacon 7 cents; corn 10 c; wheat 30c; but
tej 0c; egge 4o. Average cattle, five
year old, 920. Hortes of same age, 9 1 00.
Improved farms, from $10 to 835 an acre;
and raw prairie, from 93 ' o 920. Town
property can be bought for cash for - less
Aa auon statements should iiave a name
attaohed, I subscribe mine,' and will cheer
fully answer letters from persons intending
. . ! l,r . ,T r . xrm
k emigrate vesi. su. u. unAiii,.,
i, -..Republican Caaveallaa. .., - .'s
: The leader of the (6 eallf d Republican
party hav. w eee by tbe Cincinnati Com
mereial of the 19;hiilst:, d.telraiped - to
hold their convention on tbe 13th of July
next for the nomination of a Elite liclet,
for Supreme Judge,' Attorney Oeiteral,
member of the Board of fyblio WdV and
Comptroller of tbe Treasury.'' The basis
of representation is to be upon the vote giv
en for Qov. Chase at the last election. JEacb
county will be entitled to one delegate for
every five bind red voU oast for Chase,
and each, fraction above half that aamber.
will also be entitled to oo delegate, It ia
reoommeu''d for the aeveral counties tw
bold their conventions to nominate dale
gate' tn Saturday, the 3 J of July, at 2 o'
clock P. M. , We may be mistaken, but
this looks permatur: and- , like anything
more tban a desire to eonan Jate tbe 1 op
posing elements to the . "pro alarery . De
mocracy." The leader seem determined
to hav the glory of leading, even if it be
to defeat and ruin. Now,, we are, and ev
er have been opposed to political - fusion,
but certainly aa a matter ol polioy, the Re
publicans should make an effort in ulno.
as tbey hav in New York, to coosoldid-
ate, a far as possible, tbe opposition to tbe
Administration. Tney bay had the pow
er in Ohio by an immense . majority ontil
laat year, and their almost total failure
then, should admonish them ' of the end.
and suggest a more liberal policy. What
is to b-come of the Douglas Democrats?
Most unquestionably 'the course pursued
by the leader of tbe Republicans, can re
sult in nothing else than to drive them
back to the Administration . party or into
the American ranks, and thus cut; the
throat of the Kepuhlioaa, party and give
tbe handle of tbe whip to th anti-Lecomp
ton Democrat. The Republican have
ever been unfortunate in their leaders, who
by their bigoted and uncompromising pol
icy nave been but the co laborer ot tlie
"pro-slavery Democracy," to put down
and annihilate whom, seemed to be their
peculiar missioo. At Philadelphia in I85C
tbe action of the Ida d era of tbe Republican
party, seoured the olection'ofBuohanan just
as certainly a that the election took place
Again their m:vements in Ohio promise
an eae- violory to the Democracy. - These
same bad loaders labor to deceive the
members of their . own party in a most
faithless manner. For example, in the re
cent city election at Philadelphia, In which
tbe Administraton party - auffVred a most
humiliating defeat, the Republican leadera
and journals in Ohio et-onoe appropriated
the victory thus won by Americana, anti
Lcorap'on Democrats and Republicans,
and heralded it abroal to their party a a
great Republican victory. The Republi
cans never have had a foothol I ia Phila
delphia, and the fighting parliet there
have for yeas been Americana and Demo
crats. In 1856 at the Presidential election
Fremont only received a small vcte -compared
with .the other candidates." Mr.
Buchanan carried the city by 14,000 over
Fillmore, and upwards of 30,000 over
Fremont, and over six thonsand over
both together, Thie ahowa the basis of
their boasted victory, and who won it.
It further shows practically what every
good politicians haa known for the laat four
yeaia. that to defeat tbe Democrats tbe op
position must unite on a ' eonservaiive and
National baaee, wltioWlhe Ohio Republican
leaders seem resolved to prevent their par
ly from doing, yet they absurdly proclsim
their obict to be solely to defeat the pro-
slavery Democracy. .
We clip the above from the ' Ameri
can Citizen, and most heartily concur in
in every sentiment uttered, we believe that
nothing short of a recognition of tbe Amer
ican doctrines will save tbe opposition ' to
Locofocoism from total defeat. 1
IXtoat Watr, W Lave IU imteeuM
ratal." Hockiar, Bash erewk, aad all oar
streeauoa Teoads aed Widneadaywer
unusually bighour oldest aettler think
lhy aver w tbea higher.' What dam
age baa bar a done, w are aa yet aaable to
lasra.. , Tbe railroad has been damaged to
some exUat. - W hav bad a traia, ei
ther from the east or wast siu?a Monday,
aad the telegraph refuses to tall any talea,
eonaeqaaolly, we are without aprlLIng
definite upon thaabjet ' " ' ' '
ytfie Proprietor or (he Niw Yoax
iLtoaraATCO Oolsm Puxb announce that
ia tbeir issue of Miry 'tied will appear th
I rat chapter of a historical fair of, the
Joutb-weet; entitled Surea De Vygha,
a true et'ory of the time of Aroo Burr,
by Mice Ell Southworth. 1 Tbey also aa
ounce, to appear ia lhatr issn of May
19 th th first chapter of another new tale
elided JTOoa'e ' Child by . the wall-
loowo author Cbarle Burdelt. Aty of
our leadere whi'har 6ot aeea a ooppy of
tbi elegant weekly, will do well t nd
for one, a opeeiasea eoppie are aeot free
efoharge by the publisher, Mesrr. Dean
8altr, No. 335 Broadway, New York.
Tb ubcriptiou price 9t, end to eluba of
ten vor more 91 . 60, per annum. Each
subscriber, besiJes getting the paper for a
year, receites a present, which ia ; foiwar
dad a soon tlie aubscription money i
received, For further pattirq!ar. the
advertisement of tbe UolJeo prise in anoth
column.. ; ,. ,., ... . w
coajicmn weee.it -ar-i johs Ltoss.
Wea'w .11,,itiaih wiEWa '
: Kaaate ( Peter Macktle.
NOTICBtahrbrrlwa,tkat th nitrthw has
arixrtiHce aa duly anallk aa Adulate
trator, wiihlha Will saarxed, of Ihe Kuala ef PeUr
aUakllBfaaMaaM.lalaorPalreiH Cnantjr, Okla.
iauib jiiuvj, aaaiien
May IT. 183a-4 -.-. v
Probate Co art of Faltfieli Coaaty, Ohio,
Petition to aell Lead.
CharieP.Shaior.A4atn1iM'rof Kaaael Bandar
daeaaaM. acalnal Jacob Bantlar, Caarli Bar. tier
Sunaal RomtWr, Narftrirt Banilar. VMt Hkcffar
aad Marti KhvSVr, litaen Martin and Joka Mar
lla. aoptala Kwdla aa Klljak Muadla aod Daaiel
-0 Daulel BctrtUar aaoa-reridrat of tha ltW or
I Okio, an kolr aod ltl rireenuUvo of Daaiel
Van are hmbi Infaraied. Uiatoa tbed diT arUaa
A. 1). IU8, aud AdmlaUtratoraiadklt Petition la Ik
Probata Court ot Falrtd County. Oblo. Tk ok
Joel and prayer or hlek Petltiaa, I, to ohula aa or-
ar, ote., on in itrtaaarnr juiy, a- v. ir9, era ooa
after aa mar ba, for Ik talaor Ika following Kaat K-
tato.or wnira tn aaia uaall uonurdid tellaa, or
ao mack tkarrfura aa may ba necsuarr lo pay tb
uains oi aaio oront.to win
TkandWMdhairoflkaWt half of U KorUi
at ftuarurof 8eUoe Ho 14, Tnwaahlp So II, aad
ang-o iv, enuiainioa; raa.-iw acre.
Alao, th undivided hair of tb Wat half of tha
Bonthsaat unartar ol (faction So II. Towaahia a 13
and Ran So IS. Mclaiutnr HO aerca.
ilao. lb undivided bair or tb Boitbeatt Quart?
or tha South wait quarter or Section Noll. Towmhlp
Ro 13, and Ranra So IS, rantalnlnr 40 37-Kb) aerea.
Alao, tk aadirided kail nfth Rortkaaii Uuartar
of tha aoaihwaatOnarMrof Sctlo Ho II. Townahlp
no la.anu naoa no iv. eoniaininf u 37-lwacrea
And alao. tbe undivided half of a part of tka North
eat ftuarter of Section Ko II, Townahlp Ho 11, and
Raoca H .coatalalnr I a-IOrJacrca more or leaa.
CHAKLbS F 8HAtPFKR,
Administrator of Daalal Jkaretlsr, deetaKd.
May 7, ISM wpfl
Fairflelat Coantr, as. Coort of Coat. Pleaa.
, Franklin W. Shelter, Plalotir.
1 arainat '
Edward Strode and J oh a Maya, Iwfeadaala. '
- a.tr e - v. ...
Wait at. i.
ca- aiiiijr -
a iCa roala .
aaxar u Tj .
Faataaa J w
AAii t vmv aa .i tu.u i .
Yaw TK,jIaitf, USt.
CottaaltaaIaf1flMihla. , .
PloarSrm) aaw of !. !.
Wiwa auti oalaa ofs.ton Mahelt W glare rrd at
! a in; tklaaaa aarl aaaBa. ' Cora lias aaiia of
tvm baak. ,
Pork oalMaa aaartU at I7Twt7 irmr wiaiid
M tSaM tor nrtrn. - Ur :aM Ua ll
Faaa ana. Blaa4taaK . . , i m
haerni eusdv. Haatirr. ujt aad alcklad tKt
w. KkldjSK"e. '
paHraia a laaiav.- aiweilianaiai ' -
PattaaaLaata. ar , !!", -FUar
coetinM lail,al avle raaaia Hhaal
ahaaca.aaperlaa aold fbraxnort at 4M. Thar to a
taadT deauind f-r am rnfi.nmmtoa at 14 So4 VK
forcnmaKta (nod feraiadu: 4 7i for vitra, a4 O
for extra family faaww beand. . ., -
bar teMlllttieidemaaa for wheal. and rotMwar
da, ot which th balk nf atack awemiair,4le
ara draoplna: lc of prim Poatherw and Poy
vanta aa 1 l.1 11 frd, d tl W1 T for'1l.
Or ka MntfM nTfV r rreal. feat Ife a
aad talimilod, aalaawf yellow a7iaal.. , .
Oau aahana0. m lea at rem.
'Watak; ahi,aaiwaIX'Ja)t. '
" BALTIMORE MARKET.
. R,(.Tiata.Mav4. IPS
raw ia Aan aa lawar: aalaa f Ohio aaid 8owaj4
atreeiat 4 U.aad City MIU at t.Av ;
Cora Srm: vailoar la actlj at OSaTOc; erUta o!l at
Whlek la doll..
Pmvlalaaa dall aa droanln. Balk aawaUar at
CK canta; lda tn aaat.
CINCINNATI MARKET "
Cumi.Hiy M. IPSP.
PWar Tka aatoa f Flour wr reand to Tie UU
choir aad extra la lota, at 7 ut 4. an a email
luinretv aoei.ie extra it ease: rMipunni.
Whlahydailaad vcuwan aata oriaue aarrauai
17c ad ami eaaaUUlahlea nroo at )t. .
Anlmamvad demand for Baeoa and bnlk meal.
ralai ofSie khdt Rata at le for houMrr. aad
8K f " d Ik latter rale for forward delivery
Mo ranr uactaai ei7. awiaiiHMun,au
at 1 1 reate n aalo.
Grain A aood demand for Cora at irt Rya VKX
SSe end krm; Barlry Ue fat prima aad. la gooi da-
Badaa moderately aetiva, mnv plenty, da-
maadUmliad.aaatara xehaa( K premium ralhar
.4-Y AT '
l v . (.AACASTf
OPftCEa Um'.t uwt. ww r,
IWr.., . . !
? n T7 UTT A Ti TiTTT A T P. '
iiti.tf "'1!h'':ii j
mi ta I ( f ft-A- -if
WALL fAPER. LATEST SltLEa.'
aa4aTwaTartetyartb4. . i
USEFUL & NEEDFUU
U n ! rt lkU Mb rd Uy
2JOtrS Oa HAStQ'X SWllZZ
All wf whUh aw ! 4!rmrol t mH aT thw vwwms
BwaatM livloc art, to rwr h tkaa Ai
o aawiwmar Ux W1 liwernl euppurt, J om (-
mril aau ri cvlr cuoalnmWoa ml jt;t of Tn
lr uure,u.-w( iual avery bwxlj may vIX a,a"
hi. ava fer Wlr ow. -W-Uoj t
WT P. OowH roihlraobalna. Oieay1 "
Hom.eiMata Ut,a dr tk Krt'rr
niete CLirrOKD a HOBISOW
BraHBCTrriXT toform f1r oM wtora i (hat
,thehaviJn-adat tha aM auod V Ataia;
rtla'kcClty ILuMStrr, . ,
A lTew and rasliionaHe Stock ef
LARCASTKR LORGE.Xo.ST May tl. 18M
. CHAKrFK.So.il - S7 "
, E3SCAJ4PMKXT. 5o. 9 invm I -
Mayll. lU. O. KTKiaMAS.Iiaeordar.
TOWABD rlTKOOISrtkatatf California, will
J'j Uleoollce that Franklin w.fcbx-ITeror Uia City
ofXew York, In the Bute of Hew York, did oa tha
4th day of Afar. A. D. 1M. le bla natltlaa la an
meat In iha(Mart of Common PI, wliato and for
Iba Comity of FalrSald, la aaid Stale of Ohio, ajraliut
tba Bald Howard rHroda, a dafendant, npon a proaiis
aory note, dated Maryiville, May td, 1B57, aua oa
day after dat.Dyabla to tha order of oaraclre. and
drawn hy Htreile Maya, and by them endoraed to
rranaiia w .HbCBer, riaiuun. tor in inn or aH xi.
: I ha ald Kdward Strode will hereby take nolle.
that he la rq ilrd V appear aad aaawar aald petition
oa or ociore ia aia aay oi jam, a. at. icv.
tan KLfin r rindir ran. .
May J7, 18J8-4pf3 SO AUoraay for PlalnUST.
Pleasant Township Seminary.
Tbe Leeeslative bar ot St Paul numbers
over 10Q members, and it is aaid lo potseet
muco arinaiDgtaierj.. .-,
attacbanent Set lea. .
Silaa Adaaa, PUInUff, a. David Hitch, Defendant.
TwEPOKB O aulaaao. a Jaetiee of tha Peac of
laHockiiuj Townahlp. Fairfield County. Ohio, on
the 5lh day of April, A. II. Itt4. aald iaallc taad
an order of nilac jmaat la tha abov action, for iho
amof8tS7l. MU ADAHt.
mTOTICKI, hereby aivaa to all wham rl mavcaacera.
thatalihaaext Siaia f lb Commlaloar of
ralr-ta county, to e aeia ia June noxi, war win
b preaenled a Pelllloa prarin; f,r Ike a,ubllhment
of the r..llowln- dMerlhed elrarciiaa ttJuW, to-wtl:
eomawncint-la tha ChllltmCba- oad, at tb aad
tak batwaaa tha laad of Knunaal Oty aad tb
land ofthe F.ttat of iohh V. Gieav. deecaeed; blii
tha I rat ancla on aata Koxo on taa una atvioina; uio
lande, raauint North; theaea aoaihaaat. oa tha liaa
betweea aald tan, .to tha next earner: Ikeoc Saalh-
at,atrltbtanrl totharaa. lo wlthla Sfteen feet of
tkaaforeaalddlvlMoa line; inane aouia win corner
ofthe land, of aald Eauta; thence Eat Sftev feat la
th Una vetweea the land of Kmaaeal Glray, C.
8Dilmaa aad Ceakva A.' Chapman; Iheno Kouth
alone aald lin. till It tntereect tba old Bld( Boad,
on tba landa or treorc Ktof.
May3.laie 3wl At AST PETITIOSEBS
MAR f t HILL A SOX
WILLopew a f BLBCT SCHOOL, Monday. May
S. I&ta. la lb belldtne-formerly aweed by B.
ConaU,B. KnirnocaafawdooraiCaatofiha Eatle
Ofllce. Peranas favorlu( ua with Pupils may rely ap
on having tbem tborourhly attended lo.
Hiaitar . 'do ... .a tal .k
Laoeaatar, aprtl SS, lass 3wS2
rSTSHB Fit a Reaalon of the Pleaaant Townahlp Sam
I tnary, will eommaeee with tha 7th day or June.
TbeNea.lon will annalat of 180 days, ar 3 weaken
Tuition will he Utah Icon Dollars per FeaiUn, and
mual Invariably b patd la adranee. Puplta will only
be received at Ik opening or Beatene and half ai-a-
loua. Allapnllcatlona wko may ba euanrer to lb
Principal, wili, If not Introduced by a parent or guar
dian, proeent a ante of recommendation of food mo
ral character, from lome aaa with whoa the Prt
el Dal may h acauainted. '
May llu,loW-a.3 JOSEPH FBEktASrlaalpaL
WMal Ifcoy will H LOW them wwr vr4 ta (hi
(order, la the nwuteet aad atoat uahlanabl (isle.
Ladle ara lavrled Jo raft ami exaiala for Uminfae-!
Uan:it. V prt: , Wio-wg f ' -'
TALI M AT) Qt HOUSE,
- LANCASTER. OHIO.' r
THE nrxlcrvlrwed has raavd Ihe TAtJfaroa
HiiUMK.aaJUdetermliMdtekerelt la a ml
aaeal te any be I lti Vea. He h 1 arm i toe;
with taettoaei.a apteaaie
Where tkr traralinr ewaaiaa
ALL-TIME WITH FAST HOR6ES, .
riae Carlaaa Bacalwav Sstlatlwai
nd every Ihimrla tha ll of Uverr aemmadtlo.
HI rale will be raoaabl. and adapted to the hard.
Ume. H hope ta merit and reed (h old Uw
re ofthe koaar. tocethar with a larw lorr-wa) by the.
aid t hi eemer.ee frtrtMta. fHiWAS JalUAK.
Learaetar. March a. iew-44ir . . . ..
altVea be famtJia-'
a ' f -a en a a aa
AaiRioAn . v iCTORT.Jf iiiiaaeipuia IS
redeemed! The exultant new haa reaoh
ed ua eays the Baltimore Clipper that Al
ezander Henry, Esq., has been elected
Mayor, by over four thousand majority.
Let tho ebout of natives rend the nir for
with tbem, tbis is a triumph of principle.
Aa recently aa Monday night an appeal for
"(oreign aid waa made by aeveral locofo
co speakers, who vied ritb each other in
the reproacn ot such American cities - aa
Baltimore. One or thera emphatically
said that except Kichard Vaux (locolbeo)
wa re-elected, "no Joreigner, as in Haiti
more, hereafter dart attempt to vote.
Upon thia issue, vit: foreign aggression or
the rights of "better citiiena," the whole
coolest hinged as well as the perfidy ofthe
Kansas English Democracy. We rejoice,
therefore, and are exoeetling ' gjad. The
Irish, raf muffin police of that city, bowled
dreadfully at the result,' and well they
raiktht, for with thie overthrow ceases both
tbeir inaolenoe and living. They will con
sequently be compelled to turn their atten
tion once again lo the dilligent use of the
pick, shovels and wheel barrows, instead
of fattening at piiblio expense ae they have
been doing. Three cheer for little York
and nine for Philadelphia both loodfoee
strongholds, but now .American all over
"A goes Pennsylvania,., gee the Un
ion." . .. ' . , ..
t3rTlie acquisition of wealth a a work
of ereat labor: ita Doaeessiou. a aouro of
continual fear; its loss of- excessive ; grief.' fCiu. 0
' .!.. ; ' i ' ".' 'it ii ' ( ,f
A Larae Haul or Counterfeit Bfoneywe
Two or the Dealers ArreU!. .
On Sunday evening just ae the train waa
about to leave over the Ohio and Missisip
pi Koad for St. Louis, Lieut. Bleaks; ofihe
Pearl street Station, accompanied by offio
ers Fletcher and Worley. mode the arrest
of a man named James Sampson, w borne
be bad suspected of being engaged in
counterfeiting, and whome he had -been
boarding at a hotel in the South -western
part of the oily for aome little time. The
Lieutenant observed him in tbe street ap.
parently hurrying to the depot, and follow
ing clooae upon his heals conoluded to ar
rest him and make an examination of bie
person. ' On taking him acrosa the way,
and removing an overooat whioh hung up
on bia aim, a bundle of counterfeit money
waa found underneath,' containing 813,
0001 The bills are all Gra's on the Had
ley Fall Bank, at Holyoke, Mass., and
are admirably i xeculed, Tbe aignaturea
are very good, and the engraving much
better than that of eounteifeit money gen
erally. The whole faee of the bill howev
er, particularly the vignette ia much dar
ker thah that of the genuine bill, and may
therefore be readily detected by an exam
ination. . . - .; .. . .
AUer tbe arrest of Sampson .wa matte
officer Reany of the detective foree happen
ed to arrive at the depot, and was inform
ed by Mr. Crippea, tha officer employed
at the depot that tha prisoner bad been in
conversation with another man about .to
hake the train. Tbia individual was arres
ted, and on taking iat to tbe ladies room
to eearoh him, he dropped a package on
hia way thither, which - oh bring 'opened
waa found to contain 81.000 in counter
feit five' on Haider Fall a Ban. The
prispnor gave bis name as Thomoa Pollen,
and aaid be wa on bis way 'to Illinois.
where be doubtless intended to put bia
spurious stuff in circulation. The exam
ination of 8ampsoB waa postponed unti.
tbe 19th inst... aad Pollen antil tie EOtbl
Guette. . J i t . "
Wl I.L ba paid for Iba apprehenrlon and convic
tion or any perana wko aay be found pulllnr
down tha fencing1 of tbe Lota anetoelur tho South
School BnJUiinf. By order of the Board of KdueaUoa.
KOBBRT BBBD, President.
Lancaster, May SO, ISM 3w3
aft ; , r.K?
Gas Stock at Auction.
0! Fririay the4th dayofJUSK aaxt, betweea ea,
and taw o'clock P.M.. at the xehante Bank or
MARTIN dk CO., 1 will aell aad diapoae of 1MK of
the Capital Muck ol th"Lneater Ohio Gaa Light
and Ck Company," leinc the earn Ht.ick nledged
to me aa a collateral seearity by K. T. Coverdale.
Terra, Cash la hand. J01IS D. MART13,
Uneaatar, May 60, 858-4w3 -
Lqt est Removal.
I' HATS removarl my 8lock of Good to lha Room
three door Went or th Tallmadfr Houae,ealraaee
recUy otipitalle Little 4t Dreabaek'a Store.
I have tk but Boom, tha beat bae,k yard,' and ' de
cidedly tka -. ,; , J" . . ... -
Cheapest Stock of Goods in Town
Call a,nd aaa for yoareelvee. Rrlof an joar Grain,
tVooland all Und of Country Produce .
, ITTOoa'.fofgoJUja ready, a I always take It at
par value.-' ,.' K. JULIAN.
Lancatvr,May0, 18J8 Sir " . : ;
1 DR j.yisk' J
Pkraleiaa 4atc Di I- thta; Trat,
Lanfaaa Heart, Pamatr trrafalarlUee. and air-,
Dtaria. TroxMee, Ckreole lHaeaaaa, aaawa.
f"AV beeonaulKid la LA NCARTBR, atUt I ALL
IT 1 MADOK HOUbB. JURE Ulh.lSlh a.nih and
wlllrlilt thi, city monthly.
Or. W 1KB treat. Loaf, and Cheat Dtaeaaee by the ra
tional and philoaophieal and amlaently uceeeaful
mode Medirated lahalallqa apd direct Topical traal
aent.Calheteriim . -
Ind whoea long praetlral experience aad extensive
observation In tha Huepitali of Now York and ia pri
vate preetUe, together with Inftrueilons from aome of
the moat eminent Profeeaore orMedieineand Sarcery
ia thta country and Burope, jrlvea him amarane that
he caa render entire latUfacilou la allwba may rive
him a call.
The rreal point In tha treatmeat r all hamaa aala
dle. la torotatthediaeaaa tn a illreet manner. All
medicine are eatimaled by their actioa apoa th or
ran reaulrlnr relief, tklt la Ike Important fact nana
wklca lakalatloa and Calhetertera are based. If the
Rtomach Is dlteaaed wa take medicine directly Into
tha atomarh; irtk Lanra are diseased, breathe erla
bale medirated vapor directly Into them. Tbe rea
son why Ceneumption and Diseases ef tke Cheat hav
heretofore resisted all treatment, has bee beeauaa
they have not been approached In a direct manner.
llf" Persons afflicted with Chest Dieeaaeeebeuld not
delay havior proper remedies aaed are It la too late.
This isa fatal atetake aad akoutd be well considered.
ty No Charge for Consultation! .aE.
Dr. Wise may b consult 1 threarh Ror'No. 4,
Osytoa, Ohio. . LaacaaUr, May SO, ItttS 3f
Farmers of rairneid Comity
r , comb una rua
AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE OF
WEAVER' & CO.;
' ana give a your eraer rur oae or
" 'ATKINS COMBINED j
Seir-Kakfer; Reaper A Mwcr, I
IaiprTv sm laST-- ' 1 '
THF.SK Macbipe eaed aecemmeedatiari. aad
they are Ua anly Self-.llahe thai Is able to do K
work rood, all other have tjtileeU aoA are now dead
ia the ahelt. and are thrqea aside Alkln's la all the
rare, and ia Itrht flraft (.it two dorses, not liable to ret
bat ef order. Mead tba ertieu of the beat and
largest (armrta OIJt.Fajraeld. . . , ...
Ia ralraeM Cnwraoa " rteaa ftt,
F.nrB5lyacalMLe1 Alien a4arah Allan.
TKthUnse tbe Defeodaat Harae AUra, furmrvl
rtarah Wear.snriwUmtaaa,apohe the word a
In th Petition la this raae.ael ap. fli fmiaer AmlU
ft... K m .... .. ,-. n,K...NHatll. wllhoet NO, OUn
daUoa waaMVoa aitd eh here admit t ah mlJ
ly apoke aaid words, and aae now have lake harlt alt
he ever aaid wpoa Una abteet ef aald alenAeroa
word. ... ABAH Al.lf.B.
Attest TV. H. Kiraaaaa. jreoraary a, iranw
1sit.rser Cw, f -Palrlrld
U I hereby eertWed that the fore"' - I a rorrrl
abetrart from tbe Jeamal ef aald Court mad at .
lL.a.1 atlhe refcruaryTerm. IM.. .
Atleel J C. WAINtV. Clerk. '
'. . perj. BADABAUCH.Depetr.
March 18. Irae 3a48. , . , . , , t . , .
. FREPH PUPPI Y OF
GtRO OEE I E 8.
1 OU?l IV. .1 IHCUHO
a T his SM ataarl,' South eoraer of PaMI
J Hqnare. below the BKrfcetaeeea, a yaat receive
eda lull supply of aperterUmtlrfroeartea. (w
alating ta part of , . ; . , .- . t
- . COFFEE.
V .' - JJO LASSES. . '
. FINE SYRUPS . ,
And TOBACCO f every variety.
1 A kerf eapplv X . " -'
jaatraaaiead. Conaletlnaj of i -S
.. WHITE FIHII, ,
v., . ,ritF ?
-..,.--. -' -BAa -
All or srklrh he warrants to be equal - tha heatttl
th city and sold apaa th aest reeaaM term.'-
raaoaerorpaet ravers rrwm my aMr.w wi.wi
al eupnort, and hope ta have a aeaUaaaUow, ead ta-
area el thele nalroaare., ....... . . '
T'TAII, kind, of ok ui try produce Ukaa ta ax
ehaa'c for rrocerlra. . t ' .
ItTCASH PAID FOR BAOON--UI
aaacatior, apnltSW- y, V ' . -
l'0UT.li.KS Iff MILL
.TVCOB GTESTT '
HA VINO employed Mason. Hammoa FiablaAwa)
expriencd Sawyers, la prepuad to furnish lay
order, ea abort eotlee, , ' ,. ...
ALL KINDS OF IUHBSR,
. . sucn a '
Oak, Beeca.Paplar, Llaa VC.. St. "
famydeved dlmeaelene. ".
ao-Iflll.aa mile NortheaM ef Safer Or, VA
Bere Tewehir.rtrSeldCeaalv, Chi. . .
AprU tx, VAX otu Jiwa waat.
In addlltoa la blafbnaer aaortment f ekaAp Vauky
locks haa juat reooived a lot of the
which TfDluMU(Mittii Uo tratttaart soli erjtfl7
laVwWej XJ mmj HW-P W plfe7w
,. " , 1 . "
ataama.'Vt'xaVia A Co. Oanr: The Combined
8irfctakrMweraud Reaper we purrhaaed of )a
last eeaiaa we here lo keaitaacv a aaytwr that they
are the best Self Kakernpw la u' and tu work bet
tor doue thaa one n don by nana, two aoraex n a
bor can cut down 15'arrrl per day . and Bafca It ell
streirht and In rod ardsr for binding 11 la no ham-
buf. It la all nrst, ,- ri ,
Klcaaro nooxar nmmuei urayuui
,- PhiUpMacklia James KeCleury
John Hutchini Samuel Hooker
CASH PSD FOR
Vfbema. Corn, 0t, BrcftDiC
Boat LOVCBRYANE HOCKlJfQCOL
at G eenta par Bnahet. While fih.
Pickart-I, Uacberel, Gro-wric and Salt.
Loar for CASH or PRODUCE.
Laacaita'r, Aprl , i'iH-l'U.'
Por sal t the comer l Hauu aad CelamhaaWreaU.
Lancaster, Ohio. T. W. TAUMADG, AfMit.
April xS, IMio jar . ,
THE ROCK HOUSE
Tka Host pleiuataiamtr seunu ume,
8Htd re Koehlnr Ooeatv.ia mile hef Lei
lor, dk the.ahmediataaea Baathaael a fjirsteeitiew
rfaBC Haaae ll oomrJet aaderaaACtf 'Rraatrle-
- tar ta prepar te a
.1 .nr. I. alul t .1
Th attraction are Mever werle,T-e TJaarfnr Hall
Tee-Pi a Alley-Circular aaJlraeJ-aevar rwiaar,
Wiai with e. eed th aceuery la ur-
paaaad. Betideaia creel aateral envtesittaa ai see
keek Houaa.theaelrV.bariiiKhlllaaad rartaesfamlsA
meat wild 4 remabUe place, aad Ud eeatrawtl
. a - - a. rijMrt n.r.M, ta made taT. Vi
t.ii . ...a - urMM aiartina-Laoraeter: Jndre a-
nlckorMr. Cradlharh, nrclrrlllet Judre Bate.
Ch.encev Old r i C. McCoy. Olamhwa, mad John
Shlllrlo, Co., Cleelaaati . rsou
Man, teua dias r w
' sniMOLF.si MniNBicat t'
TnEa4arstcnd a-HI aJtonfefr fihlnrle oe
hart avotlee this aeaaoa, havlnr ml arri-
nuts returnee wtia nmraceriaiaiytaasineretei'
forw. Sninirlaaade ef Oak. A h, Walnut. ( t
e.-. eali and exaaaiaalhama. Partory en Colombp
St;.S9ttUi3f1J, ; ,C.p.BrVKRLT
-u , . .t. .. . t '" ,
o. a. Davis, v. d. f M. WAoaanAia,
Drs DAVIS & WAGESHALS,
ABB Partner (a the practice of Medicine .ao.
TedSaraarr. OPPICB la Or. Wnrcabal'e alA
efflee.enrneref firad and Wkeril.tr Streete, oppd
titotbe Bntee pal Cbrrh. ' . . , , . '
ridaee , amrasnrrere.
a . )8.IOi7T-a . . . .1, . .
I rar tha aarHaa; at Itsa.
OF PR R lor aa.ee aa aaeertensitef FHOTT .
TKKRS, Incledine; Apple. Pear, Cherry.' V
. twawfcerrjr. AlnosOraeunentel Tree. .ii I
twe mf vri)a ktnde.BneM. Ploverta 81i re be.
la Kaat Lancaster.' North X W
Dahliaa aad (3ernaAioii.'I will asM.aave (or beddirvr
nsLtlm ketecUoa f Veirsenel, Pclnhla Hums ia
PoU-e. S emery
ta a Cal reveal PawmrVeUhtheyit4aatfhop
oa Br Btwet, SouiJM? m rry-
TnBadrlro4d hjt'rjaarmail'a pertnerahlpld
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