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ajctle & democrat.
CITY 01 LANCASTER.
MAY 10, I860
And every description of blanks, all print
ed on mperior paper, for aula at tbis of
, Baptist Church We learn that the
members of the Baptiat Cliuroh on Co-
lumbus Street, lave called the Rev. E. F.
Stbicklabd, who has accepted, and will
shortly take the pastoral charge of that
At Homb. We have just arrived in
time to say, that we have had a very
pleasant trip to the Atlantic States; and
will noit week, lay before our read,
ere an account of what We saw and heard
Which we hope to make interesting.
Slavery in Virginia. A gentleman of
Wealth, residing in Virginia, said in our
hearing in the cars a few days since, that
he Was the owner of ISO slaves, worth
$90,000; and thit he wus ready to eman
cipate every one of them, if he could do
so without injury to the slaves themselves.
Ebratta A very ridiculous blunder
Was overlooked by our proof reader last
week, in our absence in the Apostrophe to
the noiioe of the Bust of Mr. Ewino, which
the reader will please excuse. In tha sec
ond line, for Jesuit, read Jurist. We re
publish the article in this number, cor
rected. SobUtutkg FIioult Interesting. We
fell in company with a gentleman on yes
terday, whilo travel ling in the cars near
Cambridge, east of Zanesville, who detail
ed some facts relative to the falling bear
, the vicinity of the format place, of a large
Dumber of meteoric stones, Within a few
days past. The origin of those strange
visitors to the earth is unknown. Vari
ous theories havs been projected, and tlit
suDjeot is fraught with '.h rilling interest.
We shall collect all the facts we can, in
relation to this recent phenomenon, and
lay them before our readers next week.
The three Conventions for the nomina
tion of candidates for the presidential
campaign, are yet to be held. The union
convention commenced its session yes
terday, the 8th, in the city of Baltimore.
The Republicans hold their nomination
meeting on the I6lh inst., in Chicago;
and the "Dmocracy" on the t8th., of
June at Baliiinoro. The principlesof the
Republican party are fixed, but our man
who is to be the next President, is not
yet known. When the candidates are in
. the Geld, the campaign will opso. The
result is no, dutibt'ul.
We extract tho following notices of the
progress made by our enterprising lellow
'townsmen, Samuel Crim and Thomas
' Sturgeon fiom the Cincinnati Enquirer
of the 8th instant. . We will just remark
that they took their dvpartuie from our
oity on the 1st day of tht present month
' and by an arrangement with . the agents
of the Ohio and Mississippi Railroad, were
to reach St. Joseph, on the Missouri, on
the morning of the 0:1).
Stock fob Calieornia. Messrs. Crim
and Sturgeon, of Lancaster, O., who have
' some experienc in such enterprises, have
bscn engaged of lute in collecting a lot of
fine horses tor the California market. Un
Tuesday last they shipped them by way
of this city the lot numbering ninety-six,
the prices paid averaging 1JJ p--r baad
Several stallions and fast trotters em'
braoed in the lot. are not included in this
average, vi: Tno celebrated and noblest
specimen of the horse kind, 'Chieftain,"
got by old "Togue," cost 82,000, two
three-year old "Captain Fisher" ntnllion
valued at $1,000 each, and an 'Eclipse"
Bullion: also Crim fast-trotting mares,
'Sally Lancaster' and "Hjra.' iiwld at
91,000 etch. Tho stock and outfit of wag
ons, feo., amount to about 81 7,000.
The party, in all, Consisted of twenty
fjur men and four negro boys, who, after
they make up their outfit at St. Joseph,
will start on thoif winding Way quite a
LabgB shipment ot horses to California
On Tuesday last there came over the
C ncinnati, Wilmington and Zanesville
Road, and drovo of niuet-six horses, on
tbeir way to California. They wereown
ed by Messrs. Crim& Sturgeon, of Lan
caster, Uhio. from tliis oity they were
shipped on friday, by the Ohio and Mis
sippi Road, to St. Louis, at 650 per car,
' and requiring eight cars in the transit
ifrom St. Louis they tro by boat to 11 an
nibal, where they will bo r shipped by the
: Hannibal and St. Joseph Railroad to the
latter city; the expense from St. Louis to
bt. Joseph being 85,50 per head. Ten
men were sent forward from this city to
St, Joseph, in charge of the stock, freo
and eleven others paid $10 each, or t all
fare. In addition to the stock and
. the men, there were also two car loads of
wagons, harness, fco. At St. Joseph tho
. owners were to fit up for a trip acroHS the
. plains to California, and expeot to reach
Ban Jmncieco in about ninety day.
A part of the a took was amongst th
finest in the country. Ooe stallion, "Chief
.tain," was valued at f 1,000, and two
three-year old "Captain Fisher" stallions
t 91,000 each. The total investment of
Messrs. Crim St Sturgeon in this shipment
will not be far from 820,000.
' Edilort of the Gazette and Democrat:
Through your paper I respectfully ten
dsn my resignation as a member of the
Republican Central Committee of tbis
ouniy. VA1. CUPP.
May Oth, 1860.
Slavery la the flelhodUt Eplacopal Church
As most of our readers are aware, a
proposition to make mora stringent tho
rules against slaveholding, in the Maiho
diat Episcopal Church, North, has been
agitated in that body for two or three
years past. Mos t of the Conferences fa
vor such modification; but their recom
mendations to the General Conference,
now in session at Buffalo, do not agree
as to the prcise tonus to be adopted In
ordor that the proposed ohange maybe
better understood, we give tho following
from the "General rules of the Societies,"
in which, among the practices held to bo
forbidden by the Word of God, ti e fol
lowing are specified: "The buying and
selling of men, women and children, with
an intention to enslave them."
In a chapter in the Book of Discipline,
is the question, "What shall be dona fur
the extirpation of Slavery?" To which
tho following answers are given:
1 . We declare that we are as much as
ever convinced of the greatevil of slavery;
tuereiore, no slaveholder shall be eligi
ble to any official station in our church
hereafter, when the laws of the State in
which he lives will admit of emancipation
and perm't the liberaied slave tj enjoy
2, When any travelling preacher be
comes an owner of a slavo or slaves, by
any means, he shall forfeit his ministerial
ohuraoter in our church, unless he exe
cutes, if it be practicable, a legal emanci
pation o' sucn Slaves, con ormnuiy to the
aws oi the State in which he lives.
3. All our preaohers shall prudently
enforce upon our members the necessity
of teaching tbeir slaves to read the Word
oi'God; and to allow them time to attend
upon the public worship ot God on our
regular days of Divine services.
4. Uur colored preachers and official
members shall have all the privileges
which are usual to others in the District
and Quarterly Conferences, where the
usages of the country do not forbid it.
And the Presiding jMder may hold lor
them a separate District Conference, when
the number of colored local preachers
win juBiny u.
5 i lie uishops may employ colored
preachers to travel and preach, when
their services are judged necessary: pro
vided, that no one shall be employed with
out having been recommended by the
The foregoing embodies th present po
tion of the Methodist Ep i'copal Church ,
North, in relation to slavery. It. will be
b.erved that, although slaveholding is
made a disqualification for official station
in the church, it does not exclude for
membership. A strong movement has
been made to extenJ the prohibition to
membership; but theie is a difference
among the advocates as the change, some
desiring a prohibitjry law in all cases,
and others lavoring discrimination where
slaveholjinj isonly of atemnorary char
The annual conferencos.duiing the past
year have had before them three different
substitutes for the general Rule above
quoted. They are as follows:
1. The Cincinnati Resolution: "The
buying or selling of :neo. woman or chil
dren, or holding them with hii intention
to use them at duvet
i. The Erie etolutivti.--"t e buy
ing, Selling, huldtnj or transferring, of
any numan being, to be wed tn Slaorry."
a. ine rrootaenct liesolution: "Slave
holding: the buying and Bulling of m-n,
women and children, with un intention to
These threo amendments, orsubslitutes
are now submitted to the General Con
ference for its action. That body has re
ferred the subject to A committee on sla
very, consisting of one member Iromearh
delga'ion, and their report will b6 looked
for with interest. As there are several
southern conferences Connected with the
church, north, the movement, if carried,
will result in cutting off the slaveholding
portion of their members. It is imp rob
able, however; that it will be successful,
as many sincere anti-slavery men do but
the propriety of sovoring their connec
tion wnh those in the slave States who
have adhered to the northern church
To amend the rule will required the votes
of two thirds of the dele gates to the Gen
eial Conference, and it must af.erwards
be confirmed by tho voles of three fourths
of the members of the annual conference.
O. S. Journal.
citizen of Lancaster visited the
studio of Mr. Jones, the artist, and on
yiowing the bust of Hon. T. Ewinq, pro
nounced impromptu the following
There stands the noble Senator mldal alt the host
Of Patriots, SUiloiuisn, Jurlin- ha la hla coun
In hills whoro justice, dwells that noble bust pro
In living form Ai grentucaa and the artist's lamo,
Do YOU TAKK A QoOD MoNTIILT AGRI
CULTURAL Paper? If not, now is your
time. The May number of the Genesee
Fartner, which we have so frequently
commended, is reoeived, and the publish
er odors to take subscription for the halt
yetr, commencing with the July number,
for 25 cental That is cheap enough; but
he offers to give all who subscribe before
tho end of May a copy of the J uns num
ber for nolUingll The Gtnttset Farmer
is just tho paper that every farmer and
gardener should have, and now is the time
to get it. Send the 25 cents in stamps
at once to JOSEPH HARRIS, Rochester,
X3TTIie Douglas Democrats in Indian
apolis were o well pleased with their del
egates from Indiana, that they fired fifty
guns In honor of the fifty times they voted
for Douglaa in the Convention. The said
delegates ware instructed to vote for Doug'
las, and this burning of powder over ota'
dienoe to instructions insinuate! that there
were fears entertained that the delegates
would not prove honest.-MadisonCourier
SPlrt It G BF.yEHICI,
BI A. P. g'coMBS.
A few weeks since, the feathery snow
drops, tossed and whirled by tbe wintry
blast, came circling down, and mingUdin
a cold embrace ss they settled ou the
ground and clothed the earth with a gar
ment of Bpotleng whno. But soon thro'
tho partial clouds peeped the smiling sun,
and wore the mantle thread bare, followed
by a mild and gentlo shower, that quito
disrobed her of her tattered winding sheet Sovereignly I'bv.fbrm. On audi a plat
to exult in her new-born viiror, as she form it is of littlo or no censer, i,enc whom
bared her bosom to the genial waith of .
an advancing, wooing gun: then silently
but busy fingers began to weave her a
bridal dress of rich and varied hues.
Soon, through the brown hue of the with
ered grats, peeped the tender blade of
green; and as old Sol advanced to greyer
heights, and lengthened his daily viHits,
Spring, in all her joyous freshness, came.
Already the daisies cock the vale, and
bland winds kiss tho anemones. The
Bweet sleeper is awakening beneath ihc
forest trees, and buds are swelling on
their boughs, and from around our dwel
lings, and embowered groves, comes float
ing on the morninir air the iusliinir melo
dy of the feathered sonjjstera, who have
come from their southern homes with the
balmy winds of spring. We drink in,
with a sensuous delivlit, the early zephyr
as it Coning freighted from its ramble
among the flowers, with delicious odors.
The lambs frisk unrestrained o'er the
woadowy ireen; mid tho caitle wistlullv
snuff the fragrance rising from the lor-
biudeu verdure, it is a least more to be
desired and relished than the savory vi
ands, or the rarest dainties of the epicure's
table, to ramble out o'er the scented fields
when the orient is tinjred with the rosy
light of dawn, on a bright resplendent
morn of spring, whou nature's smiling
face greets you where'er you turn. Look
abroad, upon tho beauties that every where
surround you. See, fur in the boundless
ether of the West, a single star, lingering
as if loth, yet forced to go before the ad
vancing rays of light. It fades from view
and all are gone from where, lately, mil
lions were shining from atr, or m thick
clusters dazzled in jeweled arch. Above
the eastern hills recline the gulden clouds;
then, rising f-om their Bwoot repose, they
stretch across their azure arch their dnp
plod wings whose purple lingo defies the
nttlti lflria mn (Tin tiiimlt tat (. I .iU ,.
ass " vvava( VV tU4 UllO 111 OtU
perfection to this rich drapery of heaven.
The cowboy nimbly trips o'er the dewy
lawn; while from the low-roofed cottage
hearth lazily the vapory Binoke rises in
fantastio curls; every blade of grass, leaf
and flower is decked with dewy gems,
gliitering in the rising sun; o'er hill and
vale comes the euslunu carols of the
wingod songsters; and still woro rich than
all, as rising from his tlowny couch, the
meadow lark pours torth his most enrap-
tuung song in strains ot soltest mcloly,
that rolls the tido of memory back todays
long past and gone. Yet, amid all this
living be my, as I wander back to the
sunny vale of childhood, and the bright
and happy hours of youth, when Fancy
lent her luiry lingers to paint our hopes
and aims in golden hues, the pensive sigh
swells up from the bosom. And why?
Mature is just as liberal with ner radiant
smiles as of old; she still veils the sappire
sky with a gorgions drapery of purple-
lintea clouds; she sun clothes the earth
in a dress of brilliant tints, and rich and
varied dyes; the balmy xephyrs Viss ihe
ol.e k as blandly ss in days of yoie; the
mountain pines still wave their coals of
perennial green, and as giaeetully bow to
the passing breeze. Tis true that the
pearly brook, that came leaping down
from its mountain home in joyous free
dom, now lmguishoi, a prisoner iu the
dark, unyielding pine, ami moves in sul
len eilont e o'er it slimy bed. And where
stood the vine-clad cottage, with tho si!
very smoke rising from iis humble hearth,
whereaqmei beauty dwelt, now is heard,
echoing from a massive pile of barren
walls, the jostling din of hurri-d wheels,
and ihe clioking strokes of the rapid ham
mer, while the towerinir chimneys bel 'h
forth sulphurous clouds. And from where
stood tho age-bent mill, with is moss,
grown wheel scattering the limpid spray
ine ousy num ot clattering wheels inces
sant grates harshly on the e-ir. And
ndown the shadowy lane, where Elsie and
I, with laughing hearts and chattering
tougues, plucked the early prim rose, now
stretches the iron rail, along which the
mighty, snoning iron horse sweepi with
fearful speed. And instead of the un
measured carols of the nnlk-in lid's song,
stealing soltiy to the ear, ihe startling,
shrill whistle of steam echoes o'er the
valley, and piercos the hidden re . cse8
of the doopest dull. And where the light
hearted cowboy, with his auburn locks
losied in sportive g'.oe, It aped along the
well worn hill-side ptlh, stands the aged
man, with silver head and saddoned
heart, gazing on his native vu!o, and once
his own, but now a stranger's home;
while beneath the green mound where
the violet hlooms, and the rose yel sluep-
elh, worms riot o'er the once lovely form
ofmycarly companion in childish sports,
my foster-sister, the golden-haired Elsie,
and although thy yellow ourls now min
glewith the dust, and tho lustre ot thy
deep blue eye is dim in (loath, and tho
melody of thy voice is hushed in the si
lence of tho grave, yet thy spirit still
lives in the mystic re-iluis, unseen by mor
tal eye, and wanders among the rlowors,
and dwells amid the be autiful of earth.
And now I hear the soft whisper, in the
ear of my inner soul of thy gentle spirit,
and leel conscious ot thy soothing pre
sence hovering round this mutually cher
ished spot, And oft in other lands, when
laid upon the couch of pain, I felt thy
breath upon my cheek as thou fanned my
fevered brow. When a few more suns
have run their measured rounds, and a
few more Springe have warmed life's cur
rents, and hurried them in their number
ed circles around this drooping heart, the
veil will part that now obstructs our frue
embrace and full communion. Then as
I am hastening to meet thee, forsake me
not, but turn my feet from the portals of
the spirit land, wbero bleak and barren
hills arise, and wintry winds howl drear,
and lead me through the embowered gates
that open on the plains of unfading ver
dure, where the unceasing songs wend up
from among tht unwiiheririK bougha of
the trees of Paradise, alonij the pellucid
waters of th. river of lito, where relgB?
atylt you would feel like a man; ind
acquire the reputation of a man; never
swerve a hairs breadth from the line of
duty, to suit the whims or prejudioe of
those srouod you.
RoDlberaj Views ol Ibe ftflceaaion.
Ws quote the following .ir.ct from
the Charleston papers, as telegraphed to
the Cincinnati Uuutlt from Wufcliinirtop.
From tin Charleston Mercury. May 4
THE SOUTHERN DELEGATES.
The rouiVrn H ates which Ur re
mained In the Convention may, wa sup
I one, be cuimiJered ss en, j' the cx
led vocation iif President Making, with
..nt regard to the lih.n of the South.
They uo into the I ullot witl, . k ......
they riomiii't e. Mr. Dou -h,s jH juatna
gootiHsnny rviutiii rn mw WIU ,.,, b()
nominated. Indeed, he may be fur bet er.
A Southern man wl o will ueuept ofa nom
inut'on on a plaifunn oiio e! lotheri"hts
Ol the Sou h. Whether he brieve in ii orl,.
not, is totally unworthy of H, .,,,, t 0f
the Lot'on fctatcs. If ho b ie,(H j ii, 1
hen he is wors ihan Mr. D...,.-!-., I, i, '
HdminiHts-ring the O.-vemment l iil en-
rlnnvnr in A..n..;i,i... .1... .e '
. ,uv... .w .wuiti. ti iiu
does nut b'dleVB in the o'n form
, 1 - 1
III'-O 110 I
is still lc-s worthy of the support of ihe
,. . i
Prom His CUarleston Courier, Majl.)
T1IK SKCI5DINO DELKQATES.
It is not our province, or duty, or de
sire, to advi.so or anticie any decision.
It is en. ugh to give our cordiul approval
to ine aei vi die retiring ueieatious, and
to utter our earnest wish that the lemon
may not be lost. Let none deceive them
selves with .the assuranee or assertion
that any appeal can be made with success
or effect from our Southern delegations 10
iheir constituency It may b that the
peoplo aro not in all canes with ihe rctir
inn deleg.iUa. Insnme tuses ;t will be
found, however, that iho pc ple are be
fore and beyond tbeir leaders in the earn
est, resolu'e determinati n thai the rights,
honor and interests of ilio South, and the
Federal integrity and equality of the jrreat
fumily and sisterhood ol American States
shall not be a plaything or pretext for
politicians. If the Union can be saved,
let the tcrmsof salvation come from those
who, for forty years, have agnailed it
The South can and shall bo vindicated,
and with the Smuli, in all eases and con
tingencies, will be found the State of
South Carolina, God save the common
wealth! A Slight Hint. An editor out Wc.t
thus talks to his uon paying subscribers:
Wagons eann jt run without Hiecls,
boats without steam, bull frogs jump with
out legs or newspapers be carried on ev
crl'is ingly without money, no more than
a dog can wag his tail when he ain't got
none. Our subscribers are all good, but
what good does a man's goodn' ss do win n
it don't do any good. We have no doubt
every one thinks that all have paid ex
cept dim, and as we are a cltver follow.
and this a small nutter, it will make no
rpilE II MMOXTON FA HMKR.-A newspaMi-rde-I
voted lu Literary and AKrlciilturo, iilmi soiling;
r.,ril, r I u... .n?. ...... .. . ...
ton. In Now Jorno) , cou bo siilncnbod fur at only 83
Inclose no-lairestftmnsfrir tlm iinniiiii i ,A
Killtnroftne Parmer. Haminontnn H,t (nim. i..ir...
son eounly, Nuw Jaraov. Those wsMiinx vlmnp land
of the liojliii!illty. In .me of ihe lienltliiust aim mo.t
dfllclitlnlullinuteslli Hie Union, and where crui,uro
n u ' iiusi. ine terrimo api.tiri-o ortlio
..,,1111, are an v uriii'ine ii t ot namiimtitnii Lands.
On Thursday evening May 3d, at ihe
Lutheran par-ona're. near Amanda hv
Riv. U. M. Martens. Mr. Jonathan Ron.
bins of Ciri levill.i, and Miss Ei.izau.rth
S. Daiiler of Washington tinvnsliin
Pi k awav county.
On Tuesday, April 24:li 1 860, by Picv.
W. Z. Ross, Mr. Dam l EitHtioon of Basil
and Miss Louisa AlspaciioI lialjinnre.
On the 3 d iasi , by 'he R -v. J J. Sut
ter, Mr. AuiutiAM Deeds and Miss Catii
aiiise Pannaueckkr. both this n uitity.
Th3 Best Out.
0. F. ITorrilVs
SF.i.f'-iirc.iTixn Miooriut;.iittcv u
A now and entirely ilniMjil.i'.td tiling. Kvery ludy
who lias exiiinlticd It. proiinuiiro it llit ohi.ui'ust mid
bosl inPlliod of iriininir their cl-ithi-4, that Ihov htva
ever tried. Kirsnlftby WILLIAM Pol.LAliU.
Lunuusloj, May in; 5 3w.
JACOB HL'HKK, l'lalutlir, )
T" Kl'OIIK Thomas Duncan, a Ju slice of the Poaco
ii lor Pli'itsunt innnshlp, Fnirllcld County, tihlo,
on tho Klrd day of April. IHiln, aiht Jullce iasued an
order of iiti'tclnneiit iu ihu above action, for tllu sum
ol mno oolitirs his
JACOB fl HUaKK.
fluiisautTowushlp, may 3 4wi marie
SALE OF REAL ESTATE
bv ouDrie of roiist r.
ON MONDAY tho 4th nf Juno, A. V. W.O, nt ono
nVlock In the iiMcmniiu, wilt ho foM by public
aiirllnii to l he hiirheSL hlililitr.on thit nroitiUi-a. meir-
tho town of AriiiiiiiJu, In halrlM.. ooiinly, Ohift, thu
toliowinjr .ii'tnTiimu kohi hilnu,u-ril! A purl of
tho WuNihi irnl'thti Nortliiiat HniirU'r of Kucliun No.
Township Mo. 13, of Kunifo No. ?0, bmiii.lf.1 a
rlliiwn: Keirlnnlnfr u tho K.Mitheml corner of miltl
Iih II Q.mrtur Sccilon, thonce Went on thwhnlf Sec
tion llnefl.iiil olmtn to it poit; tlaneo Norlh 1.73
rhiii us to ft pofli; the nee Won 1 AiicN. ton poii; Uiouce
North 1.17 clnitiiAto npont; thotiL'o Kni l.Mcin to
a piisi; tiirtiR'ti orin j 30 chtiins to a poi; uionre
7 , J ; . 1 , ' , 10 ' . '"""""f W
siiid Im'fQiiarlut aortioni thorco Kimdi 0 ..") clmli b
to tho pla e of hojiiinlnpf, containing 4 4',! -Ml) ucos
more or loss, For pint mid irrtntor cortalnij of du
ne tptlon, spb Snrvoy, Nrt. Hook No. 5. County
Kiirvoyor'n (iccord o said uonnty. Nuid land beinx
knowiias tho Boglo Saw Mill Lot. Appraised at
Term of tirie One-third tho purchase money tn
hand ou thu d y of nul(i,ine lhtrii In ouo yoitr, and tho
balance lu two yujrn. with Inturuat on deforro 4 pay
nienlB fro in day of sta'o. mid not to be notd fur l") tlun
two thinU nflhe appralrtitd value. Uutod this I5lh
day uT December, A, l.,
JOHN R. MUU AUOH, AdirtHor.
of John Hosrlo, dinin4ud,wlth tho V ill nnnix'id.
A I. SO At the da no limn and plaro, I will otr.Tfnr
stle thft follnwlnir K"iil F.luttA,to-wit: The Nortlimtnt
Qtiartur ofSoctiou N. 31, 1h rnwnMiip No, M. of
Knnjre No. l, oxi'ptOO acres tnken oil the Kant side
of siitd Uimrtor Section. Tne land to bo sold con
taining 110 acres morn or lots.
Tonus of sttlo mndo known op tho day of sale,
JOHN R. MUMAUGU, AdiuHcr.
HrifTen Ac D&rniiKRTt. ALloruvys,
Fresh Supply of Groceries at
II. A. GBBHLELV'S
Old Stand, ana daar Kant ot tha lloclo
Valley Hank, l.ancaater, Uhlo.
TUST received a cholco and well sc'.Acted stuck
ol Sititplotirocerlo , which I will solUt the
either for Cash or Country Froduea. My alock con
slits In purt, as fullows:
i Rico, Fruits, Spices,
Wood and Willotf Ware,
Jfye'g Choice SOMf Cured llaiUS,
Rugglo't do., and Paris' choice Dried Beef, lu due
season a largo lot or
. aaat sbmbs Ad vasal . I
iar-Tj3 L AiVJti Xiaxt VVvJJ
iu k-- -
IlACOX WAWTBD The his-hnst mnrkot prlconald
In OA6Hor Orocerlos. Please trlva mo a call.
H. A. GKBKLEl-t.
Laocaatsr, aprll 19, 1W0-3OJ3
LANCASTER" M ARKET.""
Correrted weekly by Wyjum t Ijont.
CorTou jejc Sugai lO&tle
KK 8 Molasses 60
rJ o f-'alt 91 73
Uaivm filiic llutrer 15
Wlint pr r,uhe l 2'i(f 1 85
Flour p-:r barrel, 'lbfi .00.
Cm 4') 0;iN 33.-. iJarley 70,
Clover S"od 2.5 Pon'o-s40n
Dry Apples $1 50 Dry iWlies 3
NEW YOKK MARKKT.
Nkw York May 8.
M.... . I .1.... '
..,r.Bl .iiiii alio prices II' lam- ;
..., j l-.v . ,,,". J , ' ' !
" i, 0'it ii(i!,i.-iv ecu-rally iefmn io a pt f
1..8, t, r . ' , " '.' y.)" ,
r. r ' W':r? 455
l 1,1 ' , I ? i
Y - l:,'i. II y Ul 3 mt, ,.,; 4
' - ' ' .
11.'. ... 1 r..- 1'
.. - ,-,, w,,jj
Iijr nunii,,,. I r, ... ci.
- J iui nii)f-ru
If.l (iu 25 "
" iu--aiuiii r A' 1 et He-ieril. OU
' 'pina I'raillH extra roUllJ
...-m -.iiio ni-ru-t ciosinr very quiet
Whisky meady with good demand at 21. J
V he it morn steady wi: It an inquiry fjr
expnrt; bjiI.-b at from' 81 20 io 1 51.
Kv c'ii.-t at Clio, with holders general-
J -arniig til CCII 8.
IWI-y pl-nty nn I dull; st1a at 71 I.
Coin butt-r will. an iiDo-ov. d rtn ii-r d...
m.-ind; salosat 78,7!) fr mixed wi-t-rn.
Ua's h mer wnh a fair livnsn l in i,.ri
for export; aa!c a-. i'lftl'iKe for western;
42i43n for .Stale.
Lard firm and in demand; sab- at llj.
li'itter une'wnged; sab-sat 1 .39 1 Bo lor
ucw Ohio; ICfgKOu lor no State.
Cheese unc'iung-d at G('iI Io
CidToe firm but not active; sales ol San
Domingo at 1 2 Jo.
Molasses cinthmi steadv: s-ib'S P.irto
Itieo at 33c; Now Orludis at 43c; Cuba
Muscovado at 29 .
Hice in fair r-quc-it; naln at 2j744Jo.
Sugar A moderate business doin-' at
well sustained prices; eahs i if Cuba at fii
7Jc; R fining 6?6t:;; Poi-to Hi o PJc.
i'llILAUKI.FUIA, May 8.
Flour unchanged Wleat with a de
clining tendency; sales at 51 55 fur white
an. I fcl 47 for ict.
Corn dull; yellow 75j.
Provisions ui-t; Mess Pork '513 5'J;
prim- SI 5. Lur l firm at III2J-.
.ANCASTKR I.OnGK.Nn.S? .Var59. IH0U
KN'A.MP.M1M-. No.'.' .. j ..
May 10, IHIW. a. S TKlX MAN, Kecorder.
n: CI LZ
AKITV LODGE, No. 7, lucots eery .Monday
KII'M'KIMO P.NTAMPMKNT. So.W. moots
2d and dill Thursday Kv,iiinir, in eucli inontli,
Laiicustur, u j.rl I I-.', Irtoo-.'tl
Hail road Election
rrVIR Storkhoidorsof the Cincinnati, Witmlnsrton
I and Xnnesvillu Knllronil rmiiiatiy, are herchv
nollfl l. to raert at the t:i I'ltT IIOL'SK In the CU V
OP I.AM'Ait'lKK.na the lTtli day uf MAY uext, lu
elort Directors for the ensuing year.
l)y ordurotthe Board.
JOKI. RA1IK8AUOH, Secretary
Lancaster. April ad, 1H0O 34
!Iisrs rLIFrirD KOK!SO
UA VP. reranvo.l their b'ilnis to tha Oh-sy Rrlik
Hnllilinir. iniinedintelv oiipo.iltf the Drv Gooil
t.ire or Mrs. Uck,nnd 4 doors Wt'st of the Hocking
vauey nana, tneir sloca consist ol all sijil-s oi
Also, a iruiicral assortment of
if iriioixs, i,Ai)n:s' cap.s, n:n s,
Ileud Di t'HSea, Col lam, Corcls. Ac.
recoivi'sspoclnlattci tlon. Orders flllcd on short notice
FANOY iUTS AMD FLOVE?.?,
lnurp:H-etl, iiml ehp for nub. I.mJiei n-upcctfullj-lnviietlno
cull be fort uiiikinir Uii'ir imrfhiH.'s i-Ua-wlnTf.
CI.IKI'JKU & KOlil.N'SON.
IsaiH'aittT.nprll 13, tNitl lif
former room, on ih corner of Main uml ( ol'iiit
bus Streul-t, Lancaster, Ohio. Alwaj ri'ceivliitctha
finest and Moat Fashionable
Kho will lurntsti Goods In Iter lino, nttliu mostaccom
niodiitinir Utiih Sho i.uinli.vs the Ix-st workmen.--
Mil would respectfully Invite the Linli.-sof the City
! gtiJ coimiry, tip rail rw oxMiniii.' hnr it-uk
of now uud mijipriitr nt les. and cheap.
Lanuiimor, apil l'.1, it-tlti 2tf
F'Nttite off Jacob (Irecno,
IVTOTICK Is hereby given, that tho iiUvriber It.-i.
1 beon ttppoitit'd uud q'l'iliti-'d. a Adininitrutor I
on Ilia K,tilt,.o( J Al tlH (SKKKNK, deccas.-d. Int.- of
Riled this i'ird
l.illicilster. Falrlli'ld county. Ohio.
uuy ot .iprii. A. n. ipuii.
P. O. SCHOrtY, Adiu'tor,
Lancaster, April SO, IHrjil SW4
H. H. HUNTER.
J. A. HUNTEK
IT. K, IIUIVTER & SON,
Attoriiiijra and Counai'llorai at LatTi
OKFICK Hha'lfer llouso, up stairs. Kutraiice West
of tilt Murket House.
Lancaster, aprll 13, IP00-3lf
Kstttc of lldbrrt l(o!d.
"jVTOTICK is hcrelty (riven that Ihe undersigned has
hucn appointed mid duly (pmlilled as Adiulmstra
lor of the Kslrite of KosHnT Wkid, dm-enscd. lute of
1-uirllolilc.iiiiiiy, Ohioi All persons having cluiins
nifiiitist sitid K.tate will pleas.i present lliein for set
llcliient, U-unll)' aillhiMilicuted a ithin one year and
all tlioso Indebted will uiako iinineilinto payment.
JAMIS It. I1H1U, AdIU lor,
April 10, lSOfl 3sv3
STIJICHC9MB & CLARKE,
ATTOitN KYS XT liV,
It A S? 8 A S T 'J 13 E 12 3E 'T a
OF KICK Tsllmidee Block Socond Sldry First
door to tho rlithtat the head oi tho .stairs.
J. sV.S'riXUIICO.UU. It.JI. CLAItKV
April IB. IHan 3tr
Pleasant Township Seminary.
ffHK AnnnalTerm nf the Plcasmit Township semi
nary will commence with MONIM V, A PHI l.d'tli.
A. I). If UU, and consist or 411 weeks, divided into I hreo
Sessions, ns follows:
Summer Sosslon, front Aprtl theHihtoJdnolheCnth
IPiiil. Twelve week, tuition, fh. Vaentlnn 9 weuks.
Full Session, from 8cptember3rd to Ncvomhor J3rd
lEWII. Twelvo weeks tuition, .11. No Vnral inn .
And Winter Session, from Novomher IhoSfili, lPiifl,
to Mitrcli the 111th, HOI. ttixtecn weeks tuitions. ajH,
'r-r-Boardintf will he fiirnishod liv the Principal at
Uporweek. JOSKPH KKKMAN, Principal.
Uiicastcr. March 10II 1 y47
HIPROVfiB Gil UN PUHP!
T HAVB RF.MOVKD MY SHOP from my formor
i atano on itroanway in i,ancastor. In my resilience
ou ami a nnirunio bhsi or town, on the pike, whore
1 am ntantiractiirhic my Improved chain iitimp, and
will All orders on short notice, and warrant satisfao-
Uon. ISAAC BKK.N.'fA.M AS.
.H Ail un:f:lL.
and Trimmed. mA li hlmt...iu..
April M, lsu Sir
GSANViLLE 1 0.1 VATERCURF.
K' a.l.lln til ,.11.1,1. tnriOv. t-iaeiM P
A'lilruat,-liraiirlll Wal.., I'ur,,, UH,,nt Counlv
'r' i-w wrr PuJalci...
Ajinl W-Jw2 Her. WM. S. UWls,rn,,rlior.
SfttE OF tOTS.
flVIP. ii!i'leMiznil wlll,i(rrat prime sals TWC
I IIK.UITH-TI.Kiril.IHM; 1 1,1 a i. .1..
l.tprurOtr. l!tm!.l nenrtlte rulllrqtitr..amt knows
atli i;M.Mi I.OMOK l.iTS. F..r terms, prim. e.
!l rofer MU.Iem tn-llr, II. l. Hrofl . Srw Faletu: Join
M. clullaK.l.UiicasWrr li,un.lr.iri,rt, LWmnoa
Cumi f Coin. Pies.., Vjitfuii County, O
'11H Ksl.re Melius Thmntxnu. rl, I. .
mm i-ouini.) win rn-r.M tattr nulirf .that
J 'li I In, IIU, UU ,1,,, Kin, I In !..... 1.1.
PM.,..i.. .....t. ... . '7 - - ....
, i:,-'"" '"""". pniiur mi d airurcml ,ram said Ma-
" i"miaii: and all.-jr-n for ratlin. wilful b
so nre In th l.nrtof .lt Mjllnda for more Ih .n three
jeara a.l.i. Ji,IIXt'. H.tl.NLV, Clerk P.C.P,
I Van I Hi ar. Attorii.iy.
April II, lGO w-j.rt3je
Tho Slute ol' Oliln, I-itirlii ld Count), am:
ourl ol I o in in on Plena.
liiis Loveriiiir.. Ksrcntor of the La.t Will of Ilannab
LcatrenuK, licensed, Plaintiff.
Henry Loverl ran 1 id'ier.. Defendants.
CIVIL Ai;r OS.
VyoTICKti h. rel.) t ven to Henry Lererlng: Wll-
I limn Ciip-latid ad KliXale-lh P. (.'opelai.d In,
J ".',""? "e"1":."""!, Iliixlijlinxaiiil Han
nah B. Hujrhtlinfh S Wire. Unit I,,, I. I, vrrlnsr as
hi-culor i.fllie Last Will and Te.umm of Hannah
l.!VerniK.d..c..ita.-d. did, on Mie Uih day ofAu a.
II twal, HI his p.iitii.f, In the -uri nf (
Plas, witliln and for the Conuty of Pairll'dd and Mate
of D.iio. aZ'iin-l the said ll n.r. Lcserinir. William
C.plan land Kliaalxrtli P. I'npolatid Ills Wife, Henry
H. Levnrinr, M. lir) llu, I.Uli K,,,J Hannah ti. Hul,,
IiiisIiis ilH and others, lti,,r t,,,iii (ainoni; other
thin?-) that the Pernolial Kslatn of .aid Ts.'.atrlx I.
liu'i::. ii-ntio pay h-r debts, and that It will he
sarj r.ir tit-- purpose of pat iuir said deids. to .ell the
whole or part of her Heal KsUte. and that the almr
named D-f-ndaiiUand other,, are ili-rlaeea ol viid
Heal K.UIe, and orafini; that Bald He .1 K.l.t.. ...
such parts thereof a. mat he neceoary for that pur-
..I...:,,-., ,.oe .oiu to pay sa11 oebts; anu the
above named Defendants ara notilt.-il. that they are
reipnred to appear and answer said Petition on or he
(ore the third Saturday after the tftlh dat of .Hay, A
'ww. vjicu mi.. ,3iii nay oi niiril lewi.
H'JNrKK 4 DAItGUKRTV.
April 19, IS8J-w3pfJ-,i; AlfirneysWr Plaluiiff.
4000 CEDAR TREES
tFt""f, SWSIIU ....I I Sk
I miles Kanlfr.Mnf irilcville'.jrira
i&'jfff''u "w Lancaster H.iad, lmno ifl823
on hand, a irreater numlier of f
-aAawlHlr- ( KD.Ait I KKKS. than at
any time hcr-lofore. muiy of the-n Ik-Iii live. iv
uud eri. n feet hizh, bush; and thrifty, nud trimmed
i ii hi i k i mis oi -mine iiini form, lie tins also a consl-
ler.ihl,- q-j.it.tuy of., tier f.virc'ei-n Tree., surh us
lirlereiit kinds of Hr, Pine. Juniiwr. Arbor Vlta.e'a-
vio. A-c. Ac all of whli-li bo will s -tl very low a,
u.'iai. i ne rrees win no carerull) taken np, pneked
and p. oper di rert inn. i veil for planting them, m,d in
sured torrow if desired. The best lime for trari.plui.i.
injr is In Mtrch. A.rilaud May. JOllS LtlST
.tpri. I .-, iriu -sit
HAS IUST KKCKIVtDA PUtsH KUPPLV OP
WALL PAPER. LATEST STYLES.
Pe n hi ni rea, Port Tlonefa, Pocket llooki
and a great variety of the
USEFUL & NEDFUL,
iu mi touim crj i u i n j; i uu iuu UQ in Sliy
2 wt. iia iar-a,ar'Si? sxaia3
Allnfwhlrh he la determined to sella! tha lowest
piis.ildc livine pricrs. He rcturuslils thanks to his
old customers fortbeirlibcrul support. uud hopes to
morilttnd receive a continuation aud increase of pa
troiaire.iiiiil that every body may call and examine
uiBsiocaiur tuotr owusati, taction.
Kow.nn Mail Htruol,one door U est of the Hockins;
Valley llaut. Jincaler, April 4 lrw Uf.
One Boor Wen of tha Hacking VdJley Bank.
rjlHK amlf rsiirned respectfully informs the eitirem
. mi'l public. tli:it hi hi made arranjrvroent wttr
V!. K. HHOAliS.ai:.li!i-T-l'ytir. taken possession nf
hid OLD ItoOMs, fi.rtlie ptirprt.t of currying ou the
Picture buincs, in all uf Ilio rafioui tiill
Late3t Styles of Improvement
We re prpare.1 tn makeatl kind f tvpei Uie public
liuc ovur htro .f: uimI frtirn ihit fcmallit fluper rinje.
to lh wlmlt ize Photograph. Our entl-t sttmition
wilt bit do voted tii the bu-in, and wo will spure no
pains, but use every pr-MiMe mentis to linprore the
Art. Our pmd'tciioti of picttiriM. cannot be excelled.
Our NTOdK OF (' ASEM, und ihe Tariety (.f sirles. as
jr-tod ttfl i!i any nthercity. All art cordially inr'ted to
call nt tht-if' Ktimns. Erery possible effort will lie
niitdf ill nrdTto plKaso.
I rftitrn my tnire lilanlcs to thnte who hate htr-
to ore patronized m-,UHd h pa ftr a continiatire of
tht urnii". I H-iMild i!ftrmU y in a It t my ackaowlpdp;
ni'iits to the citiz'-iiji of Pleaitti.t A Liberty tnwnstiiiu.
for tbc'ir libi'r.tl patron:-ffj. lirini? my short stay with
ihe.ii, und invito thtjio to cull lit my rooms. whnthey
coin! to town. A. L. FELLKKS,
Laiicustur, April 12, lft)0 Stf
CIlAME J)F TIME,
Ciucinnntif .r ilmliitoaXanetvllle
ON andartdr Mm lay, ,M it Hth HftO.the schedule
of tl:au for Trains ou tU is road, Luaviog Lancas
tei will be as follows:
Piii?enet'r at II 97 . M.arrlvlnratZanPSTille
at 1 30 P. Ms.mnkinpdireciconneetlonstor the Kast.
PrtMifht and Accotninodatlon Train all. 20, A.M.
arrivinif at Znnpivilli at93o A. M. Making direct
coHueetionsftirtho Eat and Wed Tin. the ("antral
Ohio Kntlroad. P iMener for Columbus wltl take
lhi! Train . The above Trains ton at all stations.
t?i.-i.s .... .1 - , .n.l..t.... r..i. i...:.. Vs..
, at h iio P. M. will on S.iliirdity niehl rnn to Lanca.ter
on c;trd time, and front thcro resume Its trip on Moo'
No. 9, Paisentrer at 1033 A. M., arriving at Clnclu
Frelshtand Aei-omm.tdatlnn Train at T 00 P. M
deiiarluraat 7 13 P. M. arriving at Cinciona'l at 8 00
Freieht and Accommodation Train leaving Zanes.
ville at 3 P. V . will on Saturday night run to l.ancas-
lor and Iroin there rosunle It. trip on Mimiay night.
WM. KKY BOSK, Receiver.
B..P. AliHOT, A.sisiantSiiperiiileDdaut.
Aprll 11), li-ou 3tf
R. A. G. WALLACE,
rilMK MKUICAI. REVOUTTDNIST and HT
I UIENIK PIlVSiriAM. of Hdtefontalue, Ohio,
(formerly of Sew York City.) will he at the
American House, Circlevillc, May 18
Tallin uiiff House, Lancnsler, Mav 19.
New L xingion. Moiidar, May 21.
Dr. Wallace will visit tho auovo places, proression
ly evorv mpnlh.
Dr.Wiillacehassparcd no pains nor expense In mak
ing himself familiar with the theories ol ea h and all
the medical systems now pracllsed; ami the reason
why hedoes not practice any of the systems now In
common rouge. Is, hecause ho understands them,and
knows ihom to he injurious in their effects.
Mr Wallace does not tiso Drug remedies of any
kind, and yet He treats successfully all disonses with
which mankind is nlllicted. Dtspepsia.the opproha
hium of the profesl,n. and all diseases arising from
indigestion, he has never fulled to cure porimneutl).
In from one to six months! He makes a speciality of
iheso diseases aud particularly solicits casea of this
Hr. Wallace has left a few nf his rlrciilcrs at our
postofnee for gratuitous distribution. Flense cull and
get n,ie for furtliur particulars regarding his now
system of practictt.
Bsuitvccatsisi. Ohio, A prll 3, WO.
I had been afflicted with Liver i omplaint, Kidney
Affections. Ilvsunraia and Nervous lielilllly for about
three year; had fulled toiret any permanent relief by
the use of sevnrul dinVrent r'hy.lclans' treatment be
fore I applied to Mr. Wallace. I have been ualnr Hr.
Wallace's new, or Hygienic method of curing disea
ses, the past live uioulhs, and ny great gratification
nt the result. Is. truly h.iyon.l aipro-slon. lam now
well! And fnrthe hem Otof invalids, as well as to
give testimony to lir. Wallace's ctllclent treatment.
I desire tn rocoinmand hint as a Ptvsician of extraor
dlnarysklll and capacity; who can permanently cure
all of' the ahovo named diseases, and many others
which huve count under my pcrsnunl observation.
For further particulars regarding my ease, aud Dr.
Wallace's singular auccoss, address
Mr. Moiirr Is known iDthlsoomiBUDltr Un.
April 19. iPflOS
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
ftfcnffer't Conor, (.eiutrr, Ohlsk
Wltkava aw aand,fraaU, ekkU aa4 U M
lectcd Mtock of
Drtaaja, nsllsaiai. PalalU,
stun, Patcait nslleiati,rsirlaamss
I n addition In th ahovt. aava alto a akolc usl
selected Ntnelt of s
Enihrarlni nearly ovary article asually kept Ii M.
tall Orncnry Katabllahnaent, To all of wktck r
spseUulli loflsailH. attention ofca.li nurrhasrri.
H. B 4k i. A. HUATKft.
"NV3.L" H. SHUTT,
Wbeolinc Htreel. Lajnciaatatrs (kti
HAN OfC HARD A LARGE LOT OF
CARRIAGES AMD BUCIEO.
Also, a Ins lot of '
EXPRESS WAGON 8,
Which will he disposed of at this tine. at VERY LOW
HtTKS. for Cash, short time paper, or a few good
llor.es will be taken.
All work manufactured from tu. beat bf material,
id put up In nod workraanlla. mioB.r. aad war
ranted fur one year.
He would retorn his thanks for tha liberal natron,
are eitended to blin by tha people of this eonnty
diirinr the past eljrh teen years, and sroald most ro,
spectfully solicit a continuance of their favors.
WILLIAM M. rWVTr.
Lancaidcr, February S3, Jfwn 43lf
Fort 4l: K ' Til f J AZVTTf.OrFirK
The.e four remedies of DOCT. WHITK. (off-loctn.
natl.lhave never been rivaled, la ib rellof and cora
ofCrniiifliiMa.es. More especially Pemala Weak
ness Aifectionsnf the Chest attended with Coorhs
dehil'.ty rrotn imperfect action i-fthe Uver. dtf. Thai
Ittdlaii Compound alone, has prouahly saved lbs livai
of more youm trlrls, than ,ny remedy ever vendesl
as a patent fno.llrine. I hose who as lloet. Wblte
rms ani i.iuiinnt. never use any other.
Lancaster, April a. lbvl
To Farmers and Wool Gr wen
BICKF0RD ft DAtlS.
TKSDKK their thanks to their patrons for the llbtl
al support hitherto received, and lake this metb-
o. to advise the public that they will continue (at I
ui.ijni.iuj tno ousiness oi inanuiaetunng
Of all Varktels.
C'uatom rarding;, ('lath nrraaluar
AND wool spinning.
Tl.ejIiT3 8 rut tux ma.b.ner . cfanir workmea,
Blanket?, 'Wiinere, Satllnets,
t'lainnrla, Jeana & MMk Ins- lar.s,
Hava been testci and pronounced sutiorlor. Th.X
will pay the highest market price i.
EITHER CASH or GOODS for WOOL.
Lancaster, May 12,18i8-etf
llttltkhumta Blood upon being"
V A ls iVtU
always present, na with the same essential element
and rives of course th. THUK MTANDA K D. Anal) ra
the Wood ofa person angering from Conssimplloa,
I.I..I uuniJiBiiit, ffpvJSi, ntniiuia, VCh BUS SB
find inevery in-.tance certain, dellctencle. In the r.d
globules of Blood, dupplythesa dcDclencles.aBd yo
ar. made well. Tno bLOUli fuuu Is foonded npoa
tbik Theoryhence ita aatonlsblng success. Thorn af
adapted to the deflcicncics of ib. Blood In dlthrem
diseases. For Ceagas. Cds, atrsacai'rs.or any affec
tion whatever nf vbo Tacear or Langs Inducing Cast -
saaasiioa, nsv no. i, vnicn is also ine ;to r.r utfrtt
sisa tf Spirit, isss cf Arpitiu, and for all CSrsais
Ctfstssisrs arising rrr.m Orse-aSs, flenirit DtHlitf,
and A'rcea IV.sleaiia. Koi, for Littr Csatafatata,
No 3, for DfipepMim. Being already prepared for ab
sorption it Is Taken bw Dwit and carried Immlatalv
into the circulation, ao that what yo. rrain yon retain.
The No. 4 is for festers IrrtgulmriliM, HwMttrla.pTemk
nrstet, a;e. Hee special directions for thit. Por Sttt
Htm. trmpliuni. scrorajou, KKasf an. Blttttf
Ceatsfshafs. take No. In all cases the directions
must be strictly followed. Price) of th. arises! W
1 per bottle.
VA aji'impojg ttovoji
'J.SOJ.TT f HDHilHD .
Iq uo peisdagj -stioq a.tiu (nadaiooo. tdoiioaitf
II n .4 stuaocx-ajuj -naiu atailian isom .qi Mnfut
tiiuuvs pa. -iSsuijaq Xjapd si t nodn a-iaa u
noi tiqj-lvinHp.T a-IUN VdSI n.SOIVS Hit t1
auou as,a) 'paeodoina .j. ftasduio-i aaliaKjo soj
sAiparuaj.'iqlo aqi qiqa jo itoajtiu jb os'n .qt moij
liusai ot jni J. qiiqa sa3ti.nbanoa loiqiuq
pnii pas asoqt uiojj moqt.Aas of qsst pul 'oajpuqj
sno t joqiieeq pna ojl) aqt nfl)vi not tv tlg Hit
a .i,sjj jo imw ne . ssaan. lillia;un qtist
poin st it aipooisnds-ilu. a uiq-Lanb8 onevqit
nisil J'mjji.u piia-s9Mo) aqt Jiiisns)sj noitwtnf g
-nj Jl(ijnpnj lsmna oqt Siiineuns jd, osta 'Ikcao pan
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Sold by CHURCH di D1IP05T, Dmggists.
No. 4a. Broadway, Hew York.
A nd all respectable Druggist throughout Ibd country
January 14, 1-K3II ly3T
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Insiiraiice and follr-rlliiB Airent,
OFPIfK Main Stress, In th Blfford Starr)
Lancaster, March , last) 47tf
rspHK undersigned have purchased and pat In cold
1 plete renal r iheabove mills. Diluted on tb. Can.
foot of Broadway, where they are prepared to do
ALL KINDS OF GRINDING,
Bl'CKWIIKAT FLstVII, CUBM IvIEAL
and every variety of Merchant and Custom Work.
They will warrant their work to b .quel to th. beat
don lu Fairrleld connty.and nopalns tpalred to a
commndste everybody. They hope to merit and r
eel ve a liberal share of public patronage.
October 5(1, lesa Silf K.ayJ.OIKBY,
Prompt attention given to Collections.
"-pOfFll'K with Ktiuchcomb di Clark.i
Tallmadge Block, Main Street,
I, VVCAS TISH, OHIO.
4 I.WA Ys on haod a heavy alook of GOOD, f.f lis)
best qualities, which b. manufactarar. to nrlfaV
by oxuvrleiiced workman. Also, a Isrge supply ot'
Keady'Maile Clothing. aprll W, IboU Slf
H. L. CRIDER,
rilKNUKR bla proeslnal services to Ib.pnbrhr
I Palling. Plugging, an-' Plata work done In tha
neatest and most durable manner.
trTOFFU'. E Oppneiso Am.rlean Hotel.
Uncaster.aprll 18. Ictto-ttf
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nPFICB Tallmadge Buildlig, liall 6tfT.fc
Lancaster, sprll U,a8W ill