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CITY Of LA5CASTIR:
THURSDA.Y, t : : MaTm,i860.
ARRIVALS & DEPARTURES OF MAILS,
At Lancaster, By llallrend. .
Care going Wnl.,,.. It Si A.M.
Can going Kart . ...... II A. M.
AoeoinmodntlM glnr Wsat ....7 M P. M.
Tkli Train, tetarday night, layi orr at Lancas
ter, anil reiuwieelutrlp on Sunday Krsntngaeabov.
Accommodation going Kaat t 3a A.M.
Tkla Train, Saturday night, lay r at Lane
lr,irTuellitrlpen Monday Horniui;,u above.
To Coluionvcry daft except Sunday at f A.M.
Arrlvee at Laoeaelet. ...... P. M.
Tol.ogn,everydy,icept8undey et.... A. M,
Arrlvaa at Lancaitar. ....... P. M.
Accommouali aaek day, arrlYaa depart! at U M.
To Baltimore, arrive and depart ertry Toetdny
To Mow Balenj, arrive tad depart every Tueiday
To Clearport, start Tbanday sight, tod reluroa
To Carroll, arrlrai and depart every Tnaadayand
Vrlday alette, at 7 oete-k.
To Kashvlll. ovary Teeaday and Priday at UM.
fend return! auveolflg,
ityWe n under obligations to Ex
Governor Mbdill ind Hon. C. D. Mar
tis, for valuable Congressional documents.
Soap. Messrs. Beery & Barberry tie
ilia only agents in Lancaster, for tho sale
of Prof. Gardner's nnrivaled soup.
Niw Firm. We call special attention
to ibe new firm of Davis & Watts, in ttie
Harness and trimming business, found in
7 James Weaver advertises to-day,
Reapers and Mowers, which he proposes
for trial with any others. - See his card
iu another column.
Banks. -To Hooking Valley Baok in
the old Stoce Banking House, on the
Eouth side of Main Street, and Martin's
Exchange Bank opposite tho Tallmadgc
DkboStobm. There are three Drng
Stores on Main Street, that are old and
reliable establishments. KaufTman k Co.,
and E. L. Slocnm on the North side, and
the Messrs. Hunter in the SheeSer corner.
Niw Fault Jab. Please see Jona
Work's ntw adverliatmtnt of to-day,found
in another column. ; 4
This Jar is lor the purpose of keeping
Fruit audVeget&blei in their oiigiual Iteib-
nest, for any length of time. It is confi
dently recommendrd to the public as pot
totting more desirable qualifications than
any Jar which has been hitherto produced.
1st. It lias been TWICE subjected to
an INTExNSE best of 24 hours etch time,
and thus rendered incapable' of undergo
ing any deleterious chemical action.
2d. It is as ftee from . porousness at
class, with the advantage of being inca
pable of being injured by any degree of
heat, and it will bear suob falls and colli
sions as would inevitably destroy glass.
3d. It it very superior to tin, io-at-
much as the me'a! beoomes corroded by
the action of the acid of fruit, tnus ren
dering the contents of the Can discolored
4 th. It it as reasonable in price as any
good Jar hitherto invented, and probably
more so. .
Ww Office-Rival to Yankee Notions.
Vanity Faib, for tale by E. Billing-
hurst at tbo News Office, is a pamphlet
of 16 pages, full of fun and . sentiment.
II it also finely illustrated. Price 6 cts.
Also, la!eBt numbers of the eastern
Monthlies, weekly papers ko. We no
tice among the new Weeklies for sale
there, the New Yoik Illustrated News; a
splendidly illustrated sheet, quite equal to
- Dissolution. The partnership hereto
fore existing between Jacob Feeman and
W. H. King, under the firm of King&
Feeman, is this day dissolved by mutual
consent. . The business of the firm will
be set'Ied by H. H. Giesey.
Clerical. We are informed that the
Rev. Mr. Strickland of Ey., will ar
rive in Lancaster about the 1st of July, to
assume the pastoral charge of the Baptist
congregation, which meets in the brick
church on the corner of Columbus and
Mulberry streets. Tbe Rev. Mr. Smith,
will occupy the pulpit next Sabtath morn
ing and evening. 1
i"Josiau Wright advertises in our
columns, his agency for the sale of Reap
ers, Mowers, and Sorgho Sugar Mills.
Mr. (Vright's long acquaintance with the
manufacture and sale of agricultural im
plements, entitles him to confidence and
patronage.- Farmers call and see him.
Please read kit advertisement.
Infanticide. Catharine Far, was, on
day before yesterday, committed from the
Court of Justice Rigby, charged with
drowning bor infant child (illegitimate,)
three weeks old, by throwing it in the
canal near Lockville in this county. - The
evidence was direct, and commitment was
ttcavoibahlc, because tLere wss no rebut
ting testimony; but the defence will be,
dennnlis or temporary insanity, which it
is expected will avail in her ease.
Mr. Pitch. We noiieed a new connte
nance in the Court House a day or two
siuce, which upon inquiry, we were in
formed belonged to a gentlemsn of the
above name, who is an attorney, and has
come to reside in our city. We welcome
him to Lancaster, ind hope ha will be
pleased witn our oeautiiui place, lie is
brother to Senator Pugh of Cincinnati.
Jty Wt notice that our enterprising
young fellow townsman, Lewis Richwine
is running a new Express Wagon. Lew
is a good fellow, has a aney wagon, fleet
horse and withal is accommodating and
irentlemanly in his conduct to all, and
we see nothing that should hinder our
citizens from testowing a liberal patro
nage upon him. .
Religious Notice There will be a
Quarterly Meeting held at the Methodist
Protestant Church in Lancaster, on the
2nd of June 1860. Service at 1 o'clock P.
U., to be continued over Sabbath.
I for Ua Oaxatt aid Da seer at,
' ' Meteoric Stoat. .
MeUoric Stonti, called alto Atrolitti,
from the greek atr and liihot, a stone, tie
bodies which have fallen from the air.
More than two hundred instances aie re
corded of tht fall of such stones. They
vary In size from the weight of an ounce
or less to several hundreds, or even thou
sands of pounds. On some occasions but
a single stone has been observed to fill
but usually, a conaiderable number fall at
the tame time. In one instanoemore lhao
two thousand stones were gathered up
that had fallen in a single shower at V-
Aigie iu France, in 1803. Previous to a
shower of aerolites a meteor is seen shoot
ing rapidly teross the sky. All at once
the meteor burtta with a loud report, aod
directly after the atones fall, and are some
times scattered over a surface of country
many miles in extent. When the occur
rence takes plaoe in the night, the meteor
preseuts the appearance of a fiery ball sur
rounded by a brilliant vapor, and accom
panied with a tail like that of a comet.
In the day, on account of the strong light
of the sun, and the smokeand vapor whioh
it gives forth, the meteor exhibits the ap
pearnuce of a small cloud of difTorent col
ors. . ... .
The' entire mass of an cerolitio meteor
previous to its bursting, usually contains
but a few oubio foet or yards of matter.
Somotimos, however, tbe meteor is much
arger, Goldsmith gives an account of
one which was estimated to be half a mile
in diameter. This meteor only threw off
a few small fiacments, while the main
body passed on.
Aerolitio meteors have been estimated
to move with a velocity equal to that of
the planets; that is to say, with a velocity
of 10 to 20 miles per second. The con
dentation of tho air by a body in such
Mpid motion necessarily generates an in
tense heal, and hence theluminousness of
the meteor, and the heated oondiiion of
the stonos at the moment of their fall are
readily accounted for. The glassy coat
H'illi which teroiiies are coverod indicate
that the surface has been in a state of fu.
AGraad FWfcWf Excartioa
To the Millertport IUrrvoir is in con
templation. A canal butt is being fitted
up expressly for the parpote, capable of
accommodating on bavidrtd persons, and
wuh every convenience fur night and day
fishing. The company will remain seve
ral days, and cannot but be very tuccett.
ful.at the bott can be no red at ptxaaure
and anchored at the ba.( fishing ground:
bvery delittcy and eUeping t onvenience
will be provid.d, and with an occasional
dish of fish oookid in vaiious war the
most fastidious tppetite mar be gratified.
For further particulars apply to Xdou
Smith, who it to be upeiintendriit of the
culinary depurtment. Returning with
piscatorial prese n't for the Lancaster ed
itors, the exr edition canholeioape honor
able recordation, coining a new word for
tht occasion. As none but itmiUmcn
will comprise tho company, no rowdyism
will mar the lesimiifS.
Fire. About 3 o'clock on Saturday
afternoon last, the citizens were calltd
ont by the alarm of fire, which proved to
be the burning of a smoke-house, belong
ing fcj Mr. Wm. Caset. Tbe amount of
damage done we have not learned. Eve
body should liavt their premises insured,
Tin and Stove Stores. There are in
Lancaster, three Tin, Sheel-Iroo and Stove
establishments, all keeping large and fine
stocks, and manufacturing to order, eve
rything in their line. John McClelland
and John Work on the north side, and
James MoManamv on the South side of
Main Street. They ulso manufacture
Professor Gardner. Prof. Gardner
called at our office this morning, and led
a few cakes of his New England Soup.
From our knowledge of this celebrated
soap, and from the high commendations
of it whioh wo hare noticed in the press,
we have our self approval, when we lecom
mend it to the publie as a snporior arti
The Professor en'ertained our citizens
a few evenings since, with one of bis elo-
quent eoientifio lectures, and sold a large
amount of hittotp.
Broadwai. IoMtinuing our ramblet
in Broadway, we ao'tko other improve
ments than thoce alluded to in our paper
of two week t since. Mri. Harper und
Mrs. Master, have repaired tbeir dwel
lings, whioh adds greatly te the appear.
ance of that portion of the street. We
notice also that, our fellow citizen, Jeoas
A. Ream, Esq., late of Sugar Grove, has
purchased the residence of Mrs. Eversol
on Walnut Street, and fitted it up in
stvle which at once does credit to thai
park of the city, and to the propiietor
TanvES. There it retton to believe
that Fairfield Co., is Infested with a band of
robbers, who are preparing W earry no- th
work of burglary aid plunder. Several
depredations of that character have be a
eommitted recently, In the vieinity of
Basil, at well as other points;. . Mr. Wm
Hpigbins of Wett Rusbvitle, has been to
our office, and says, that on Wednesday
night of last week, his residenoe was en
tered, and a valuable gold watch carried
ff, besides ether things. Citizens every
where should be on i,e look out; and not
- only secure their doo, but be prepared
to reoeive these nightr'maurauders, with
sometniLg itft rifluBlinot-funs or nx bar.
Grand Turn ont of the "Daughters of Mat
tnBurinl l" the I. O. R. M.
It being currently reported during tbe
past few weeks that the "Sons of Malta,"
had become extinct in Ibis city some of
our "boys" a Week sgo last Friday night
got up a mock I u n e r a 1 on tbe
length of the occasion, at which time
the following racy thing was got otf by
one of the '-Daughters of Malta." Tho
text selected was:
Of duit aro a made, ar.d to dual vt ihall roturn."
We have met this evening my sisters
for the performance of a solemn duty, no
less than ine interme nt ot our tiear broth
ers, the Sons of Malta, who departed this
life, seed 10 months, 3 days and 19 hours
But "of dust are we made, ana to dust we
shall return." Loss than one abort renr
!0, and the Sons of Malta in the ciiy of
Lancaster were born, they grew rapidly
uto manhood, UonnsUins as they trtew
older, prospering amid the scoldings of
wives and tweet-hearts, going rapidly a
hond despite the sneers and scoffings of
the mnuuude, until at last they stood the
envv and tnc admiration oi tue ouiame
world. But tho y are dead now, and the
list sad rites are to be performed by us
their loving sisters. What a sad exam
Dlification of the truth of my text "of
dust we aie mado.and to oust we snail re
Numerous indeed weie the charities of
which they were tbe instruments. Manv
a poor father's heart has wept tears of
joy, at beholding the bounties contributed
uuseen, by them; many a widow s soul
as sunt a prayer to Uod tor tbe perpetual
ifo ol ihe dear "eons;" many a ragge
uaohin, through the past winter, has felt
their charities, unknown Horn whom they
came, tfuttney are dean now, ana "tne
pltoe which once knew Ihcm.thall know
them no more forever." Yes, of dust art
we made, and to dust we shall return."
In the decline of their lives, when
Providence saw fit to take them from this
vale of tears and place them in that house
prepared for the righteous in the Heavens;
they died resignedly, trusting to that good
Heme who doeth alt things well. Ana
when informed by the physieiuns that
they would soon pass away, that toe fell
deetroyer was on their trick, they bore it
with a eommendabre resignation, and a fir
reliance on the wisdom of Divine Provi
dence. . How calmly good can die-
has been exemplified rn their case;
and let as my sisters strive to emulate
their example, for "of dust are we made,
and to-duet we shall return. '
Before this death, which tat thrown a
whore community into tears, becoming in
voived financially they kindly peimitted
their fixtures to be sold, and the prooeeds
above demands have been given to tho
poor. In their death the community has
indeed lost a benefactor, but "of duit art
we made, and to dust we shall return."
And now in conolusion, let us hope
that the Lodge that has "gone up," has
gone up to heaven, and that the room
wherein they ooncocted their obaritable
plans, by tbe dim flickering of a midnight
lamp may not be desecrated by un chris
tian rai. "Of duet ait we made, and to
dost ws shall return." Amen.
3rE. J. Smith rtqou UH to sta'e
to hit unmerout friends, and lU public
generally, that he is still carrying on the
business of fasbionable-larbering in all i s
branches. Give hirn a call. Egbert and
"Bill" are both good orkmea and rich
ly desfrvo a large share of the public pat
' LANCASTER MARKET.
Corrected vtekly by Wygum t Lgont.
CotTeo 16c Sagai IO(ftMc
Egs 8 Molasses 10
Lard 10 Suit 81 75
Bacon 8 10c ' Butter 121;
Wbaat per bushel 91 251 32
Flour pr barrel, 8G SttCd,C iO.
Corn 40o OaU 30 Barley 70j
I'o'aiO'S 40o Dry Apples SI 60
REC.t r. A Ft MKETINCK:
Lancaster lopoe. No.s? mt sa.mce
ESIMMPMUXT, Ko.t Jul. ft -
COUNCIL, No. 3 1J
May IS, l?Wtu. li. MrUI.-fXAX. Kec.f.ler.
"a . SLHm - 3J-
C1HAHITV LODGE, Xa. 7, weal ararr 3(uiLjr
HocKHorKIXO BSCAMPMENT. Ko.M, maeti
du4 4lh TUllMilir Krtiilnet Iu tU man 111.
Laacaitar, .ril 11, 18W M
Pat Poweb8. Pat hat been doing his
duty, very much to the health, comfort
and Convenience of Lancaster and its citi
zens generally, as Street Supervisor, by
cleaning up and othet wiie improving our
streets and alleys, for which he is entitled
to tbe public thanks.
Cororess. The National Legislators
are speeding their lime, and tho people's
money, making windy epeechos that
are not heard, Rtd in dovising ways
and means to elect tie next President and
save the Uuion. ,..,,
In Probate Conn, Fnlfflrld County Ohio.
intuitu. L. Pcrrttl, AJmlulslrator of DSI SUUar,
Amoi Kuglawl an Ann hit Wife,t ml.
TO John Sllti-r.Wiiiiam (tillir,Ja..Kiiir.K.mol
SUUararahKuUanl -Kula burHailn.l..tlar
Ucr and Drcker tur H.ti.nJ. Mm. HuukU
aim liunaia har MuiMtid, who rvaldv uaar Mif
aiiiburirli in Ilia 3iala ol Haimiylranla.
ion arauuraiijr 1m11n.su mat Auuta parrlll, A.I
minlilratur llo K.ule ut lla.ld KiitMr, dr-aKri.
osuia-juth day r Ma; A. I). IHda.SIrd hit rfllyou In
aaid Court, tilleirm lliat tha (iritil K.t.te ulnM
doo-dnatliihiaumcliiiitto pajr bida,taand abpiraaof
i.lioinlitTMi( hii tw; lliallia 'llo-l aaiml 111 faa
fllmpla of tha roltn wlar daerlud ateal Ktata,aHuat
in said Count) of Patr!iul4, 10 Out-Lot tin. IW Iu tin
I own of I.HIioiiolla. Ill tlis County of KuirDi-ld and
Sum of Otiio, arormld: iliut Ann England .foriaarly
Ann SUUt-r, Wireofnal'i decvlwd.) , Widow, Urn
tilled tudowarlmald prainlmt, and mat, tin; hii
helr-at-law hold the iittvtecUleof Inheritance Ibare
In. Tha prayer of aaid patHlon l for tbo antliriiuiunt
of Dowar to aiid Ann Knirlaiid and for ! or au,l
proiultf-a, iill'J-cl to aid l)jer B.tat. fu tlia pa) -
incut 01 in uuiiia ana cnarcfi aroruaaJd Kutd rott
lion will ta for haarluaron lua tth day of July, A. 1).
ibou, oraa aoou ibureuitoran mar be.
AUGUKI US L. PERRII.L,
Adininlitrator of aaid St!ucr. d;cttoJ.
Viroii K. Kuaw. A Home jr.
May 31, ltu wtpf3 75
Markets. We have nothing to note
in the foreign or domestit; markets, that
possesses any inUres.. .
Meteoric stones are very similar in com
position, in whatever part of the earth
they may have fallen. Une of the stones
whioh full at L'Aigle was found to con
Sllicis 46 per cent.
Magnesia 10 "
Niokel 2 "
Alumina, Lime, Chrome, Cobalt. Car
bon, and Soda have been found in minute
quantities in some specimens of moteorio
stono. Meteoric masses have been tound
containing from 90 to 98 per cont of iron,
the remainder being chiefly Nickel. A
msss of this kind estimated to weigh 14,
000 pounds has been fcund near Bahia
in Brazil. A nother mass of a similar na
ture, estimated to weigh more than 13
tons, has been found 500 miles north -west
from Buenos Ayres. "At Atriam in
Croatia, on tbe SCih of May 1751, sbout
6 o'clock in the morning, there was seen
a ball of fire which shot along with a
hollow noise, and after a loud explosion;
accompanied by a great smoke, two mass
es of iron fell from it in the lorm of chains
welded together." The iron iu this in
stance had no doubt been partially fused
in traversing the atmosphere.
Some terolitio meteors are probably bod'
iet whioh revolve around tbe earth in eo
contrio orbits, and at their perigee come
within the limits of the atmosphere, whore
tbey commonly assume the appearance
and name of shooting stars.
When they pass through the upper por
lion of the atmosphere where the thin air
offers but little resis'.anoc, they do not be
come sufficiently heated toexplodc.though
they acquire a sufficient degree of heat to
render them luminous. Emerging from
the atmosphere they enter upon another
cirouit which they complete in the course
of a few days, At each successive re
turn they may traverse a denser portion
of the atmosphere, till finally an explosion
takes place and the whole body is pre
cipitated to the earth.
Other mrolitio mtteois doubtless re
volve around the sun as a center, It8
not improbable that millions of these bod
ies may be continually traversing the
heavens ia all directions, and at all dis
tances from the sun; and as some of their
paths cioss that of the earth, to occasional
collison is a neoessary consoquunce.
Metecrio matter does not always fall in
solid masses, but sometimes descends in
the form of black and red dnst, covering
large tiaots of land. Buch dust bas gen
erally been found to contain small, hard,
angular grains resembling the mineral
called Angite. Rain is sometimes colored
by meteorio matter. Near Aiezzo, in
1813, a shower of red snow fell, which
was found to owe its color to the pres
ence of mingled silicia, lime, aluminia,
iron and maganese.
Meteorio bodies and comets seem to be
portions of surplus material which was
not used up when the regular bodiea of
the solar system were formed. J. W.
MR TIGHT FRUIT JAR
SALE OF tOIG
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I SKAUTirULBUILblSO LOTS, i.
UBraiMr.elmate.1 naarlbe puollcuiMra.aad kaoa
aa the 6H A l I.OfH (.. Por t.rn.;, l A.
I rft'urhiduerata. Iir.il. kKrut A., u...... I .
WoOlvilaJ,Uneae(r.or tnaaxUrairnnri I-.!...
a m. Kronen
Grand VaatarQraat Lode of Okie.
Jauar) J7, IMI-3HII
The Mtale of Ohln, raiifield Couoly, hi
Court of Cnmmoa Plr-na.
Louli Lararinc Bterukpr of tha ljtA Will of Hannah
uiaranof, damaattd, I'Uintif.
Henry Lartrli g and other. Oafendant.
CIVIL ACT 05.
VOT!CEIhreuy r'" to Hury Irrerinr; Wlt
! liam Copbnd and KHzabtli t. CnDaland kia
w ,f., Hnr? Y.. Lerarinr. Ilenty rlutiTlinfand Han-
nan n. nurntnurn i "in, mat i-o-n Larerlna; a.
Klorofthe Laal Will and Teamant of Humid
Uorti,(.deceairH. Hid, on -he Uih day or April. A.
II I -to. Ai hi FeiHi'in In tha Court of to.umwj
Pie .i, within and for tht- Coqnty orPairitaM and Mtate
of Ohio. alnt the laid ffn.ry Lraerin. Wilhau
Cjpulandand Elliahetli P. CopeUod bla W ife.Hrnry
K. lrinr. Henry Hn;h)lliand Haunah B. Hurby
linjUli Wira and nthari, ioitif. fori lnmoi. other
thii.e.) thai the Prml bslale ut aaid Taalalrll I.
Inaumciei.impayherdeHi.ai.d thai it will be i.ecw.
iry for thapurpoae of pntlnjaald det.ta. to lell the
whole or pin other Real Kat:,te, and that Ibe ahnre
nanied U-fnndaniannd irthara, are daTlieea ot aaid
Heal Ir.ilaie, and praylt.g that aaid Keal Ellale.or
auh puna lhaioofaa ma) b necsewry for that pur.
poa. be ordered to be mid to pay aaid debtat and the
aoore named OafendanU are notlSi-d. that they are
rrquired Ui appear and anawer aaid PrlUlon on or be
forr thn third Hattirdar aAer the 941b da, of Mar. A
1). loot), lifted tkla IWh day of April M. '
HJlTEK A IMl'GHKRTV.
Apr.lld, 18SO w3pfJ3 Altorneyafor Plaintiff.
HAS IUST P.ECK1VKU A PRBHH SDPPLVoP
I HAVE reetived j large lotofllis
They lire of the YELLOW VARB, iul will entirely
uprcetle tlie tin or atone arat on accoaut of being
air tig hi, mid Tree from oortuaioii orruat.
COPPER-H AKE, XI-WAItE.
General Ilounn Furniabiat; EstablishmcnL,
ailieruto fore. Alio.
Stove-Pipe and Sheet-Iron Work
8P0TJTIITQ AND TlN-ROOFISG
attended to at altort notlre. JOIN' WOKK.
Laucatter, Muy 31, ISOU 4mJ
A Valuable Furiu for Sale.
TtlBaubwrllierofforaat private aale a DESIRA
BLE FAKM, liluate Iu Waahluictna Towmlllp.
Pickaway founty, OMo. three and n half niilea Kaal
of Ctreletille: and one hair uillo North of the Lancaa
terturnpike. haid FariuconLa'niilttUacrca -1 IU aerai
inek ol wniFtilaliiiliroved, and the balance liiH
,L tafOOUTWO-r-TOHV BK1CK UVVKL-iim,
LING HOUHR -indoot-bulldlnci alao of brick, lo
walli of aood wa'er,ayoiiuc orchard of 110 troua ul
choice KraTtt-d Trull, and aftood Ktone Query.
Por further particular!, addreaf or rail on the mid
acrlber.at Lancaalar, Uhie; or bZKKIKI, MUKHI8,
nearClrcleville. JOIIS 1 OOLit.
Lancaster. May 17, leCO dull?
In the Tallmadr. Ulork, next door to
the etitrunoe to the llotrl,
HAS RECEIVED HER SPRING ETOC'll OP
oftLe flneit qutvlltlei and lat-nt tjlev, including a
urge variety or
11 of whieh ahe liaelllnrforcaih.at bardliniPi pricea,
She la deteriuiued uol to be rivaled, either in at) la
or prlcea. Lancaitar, May 17, IBflO 3iu7
WALL PAPER. LATEST STYLES.
f clival ve, fort II iMrya.PocKe-CUook:
ami a Jreat variety of lb
USEFUL &, NEDFUL,
wvNvrvi tuui ,gu iuuiiii (fj any
A I of which he la deterwined to aell st ti
pOMlbl-livmr prlcea. He retarnahia tbankl to hla
oUcuilomerarorlhelrliberal aupport.and b'ipea to
neriland receive a continuation and Ineiwai of pa
IroiaKe. and that every body may call aod examine
. JOH5 8EART.ES.
Tr7P.. Oon'l forirethlanlaee nn,n.ln.u rn...,.
Row, on Mali Hiree'.,one door Weitof the Hockfnr
vaiioy oanK. Laucaater, April i MIMut.
CITY HARNESS SHOP!
L. 0. DAYIS.
C. L. WATTS.
DAVIS & WATTS,
IS the rooraa recently oecnpicd uv b. u. iiuvia, Atar
tlu'e row, reapectfully Iavue attention to their
SUPERIOR Slock of HARNESS,
C0LLAR3. VHIS, TRUNKS.
Their Stock eoniprliea
SILVER, BRASS AND BLACK MOUNTED HARNESS,
Alio Wagon and Plow Harnens.
Thev are determined not to bo lurtiaiaed In the (tele
and quality 01 itiair F"oie.
J Hoy have alio a I run mine rnop, wntrre
BC6Y m CARRIAGE TRISMIX6.
will he done on ahnrtnotlee, and In euperioratyle.
Laacnater, May 3f. llol)-f)
I HAVE the agency for the following tnachlnea which
needa no Iouk certiOralea to leltur up. they ilund
on llteir oan morlti, and all have taken prmturoa. ai
the beat and moil reliable Haaperand Mower; audi
challenge every tnoihlne in tun county lor inoi.
BnckcyeState and theWorld Itcnownf d
BAIL'S OHIO MOWER AXD REAPil!
Prltea LOWER than all othera Marhinee.
Uneailer, May 31, 18S0-aw
la the Agent for all the moat reliable Harveilori,
Combined REAPER & MOWER.
Guaranteed the boat la tho world;
NEW YORK REAPER
THE LITTLE GIANT
IX ItlAKKCT f E iTlOKE,
WITH n STOCK OK
Summer Dry Goods,
UWNS. FANCY ORGANDIES.
LACE DO., SILK LACE,
CAPES, LATEST STYLES,
. A Sl'LBNDID STOCK OF
A line aaiortmetit of
LADIES' TIME DItESS SHOES,
(initorn, only 45 cent a pair.
The hijrheit market price pair for Rutierand Ergi.
May 17 I BUI-Tir J I M MY LVO.Nii.
100,000 LBS. WOOL WANTED.
BICKFOUD & OLD,
TAKKlhla method u advlie Ihe nnhlle that they
wUI continue 'at tbe Old Ktand of Uickford dt
Iiuvla.i the bualueia of manufacturluR
Of all Varlelcli. A ho.
Carding, Npinningand Cloth Dreaming
Will haveconitanlly on hand a good aiiorluMctof
Cassimcre8, Satliiicls, Blankets.
Flauncli, Icnati Twetdii Stocking;
CASH OR GOODS PAID FOR WOOL
BICKFOKD & OLDS
NIAV AND CHEAP
THE WELL OOWN
On DoorWeat of tht Hocking Valley Bank.
TIIKundrniirnrd reipectfullyluforina the eitlieni
and publie, that be baa wade arranffeioenl witr
W. K. KHu.tUS.ai'd thereby baa taken poiaeaelon of
hleOI.U KOOM.1. forme purpoae of rryin( on tbe
Picture builueu, in all of tbe arion. and
Latest Styles of Improvement
We are prepared tn makcallklndioftrpfthe publie
harevi-rhearu of: aud from tbe iiaalleit finder rinff,
to the whole lile Hhot"r,h. Our enti e attontloa
will be devoted to the buuneii.and we wlllapare no
palua, but uie every pouil.le ineani to improve the
Art. Our production of pieturea. cannot te excelled.
UurSTUlKOK r AS EH, and tbe variety of lijlei. i. aa
ond ai In any nthereity. All are cordial!' Inv'led to
call at Iheae' Rooina. Every pom Mo effort will be
made in ordcrlo pleaie.
I return my lineore thanki to tboae who bar here
to ore patronized me, and br pe for a eouiinianro of
the luiue. I a uald eiprriall) make my ackaoled(
uir nu to tha cilizftui of fleaaant dc Llbony towmbipi,
for tbeirllheral patronigo, dorinr; myahort atay allh
ilieui, and Invite I beta to call at mv rooma. when they
come to town. A. L. KELLLKS.
Lancaster, April I?, 1600 eif
CHANGE OF TIME.
Cincinnati tfl lull nrtonlcZansoTi lie
OTI and after Monlay, Miy Win lRSO.tbo acbeirure
oMiwefrirTraloe tbieroad. Lenrlnr Laneaa
Xo.l. PiMCiirer atlUTA. MrrlvlncatZaneeville
at I 3d P.M.,niakinadlreetconueciiona(nr the Kail.
Freight and Accommodation Train at 5 2u, A.M.
arriviiitat ZaneivllK al9Su A. M. Maklny; direct
coiiuei-tionaforihe Kait and Weal via. Ihe Central
Ohio Kaliroad. Paaenrerafor Columlma will take
tblaTralo. The aboreTraineitcp at alUlalionl.
rreishtand Arcommotlalion Tram leavinar Morrow
at Un P. M, will on Saturday nleht rnn to Lncter
ou card time, nud from there reaarae ilatrip on Hon
No.O.Paiwneorat IdXi A. M.,rrivlDr at Clncln
natl 4u P.M.
Prelrhtand Aecomin.idatloo Train at 7 PO P.M.
departure al7 15 P. .M. arriving at Cinctnna'.l nt 8 U0
Prelrhl and Acnmmodalioa Train loarlnr Zanes-
villeata P. M . will on Salurdav nirht run to l.aneai
lerand from there reiume iti trip on Sunday ni(ht.
WM.KKY BOJO, Receiver.
B. I. ABBOT, AjslilaulSupcriutindant.
April 1, ISoO-Dlf
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
bnSer Coraar, Laaeaattr, Ualoa
WBbaeeeaaad,teaU,tM.lead wellar ,
lecied Sleek of
! n4lelnof Pa lata, Oil. Or
staff, Fateat "ASlcla,rorf na ..
In addition to the above, we have alee a vaolae and
eeleele block of ,
FAULT GROGEMES ;
Eaabraetnc nearly every artltle oiuatly kept In ire
tailGrseery KatahllahmeM, To all efwbb were
pecttully invite llu. alteatlou feuk parehaaera.
H. B at J. A. IIU.MEH.
L aw rfiKer, March tt, istl-rtf
For Sale at Tif d'AZFTTKOrrirK ,
Theefourremdleeof DOCT. WHITK. (oClaaln-
natl. )her never been rivaled. In th roller and eer
of UrnnieDiaenMe. Mora eapMlaHy Female Weak
neaa A ffectinnaof th Cheat, nlteude with Congha- '
detdliiy from Imperfect nclio rf the Lteer, Ae. Tb
India ConiDosnd aio.nae nrooabtTaaved lb live .
of more younn ffirla, tban any remedy ever vended,
eea patent wedirln. The wo ee Doet. Wblle'd '
rma ana untme nt. never at aay oner.
uneailer , Apiu , kjw i
Taouiaada are daily ipeakleg I (be paiae f
and whyl becaoae llneieralfj e tf-tr t ia.leatea.'
eaa r.Ji. hen (tve in llm. It arte aa If by mafl.
and e ria eae will convince yon that what a
aay la true. It contatne
KO PAKKUORIC Olt OPIATE
nfeeyklod.nnd therefor reHevcaby rtmnitf tit
-iolyonr child, InMoad of ky deedewVaf ill
ttuiitiiuttt. For thla reaann. it enmmende haelfn
Iheenrreieii preparation how known for Ckildm
Ttttktir ,Xiarraa, iyaeaiery, Qrifitg in tkt Arel
tlt.Jciiiff ikt ki.auua, a-taa', Culd itktHtU,
and Creep, alao. far eo'irnlha; tb (aaia. red oel aula'
a.ni.iwu, rcgo ib,iii woweta.ano reiievtiif pain.
II baa no equal being an aiilt-epaeuiodie It la uied
with anfailMir aocceia la all eaeee r C'i er
Hiirfti, A. yon value tbe life aad bealtbofvoaf
rhildran.nndwlibtnaavethean from thee aad and
blighlinf coa.ee,uentea wbleb are carulr a reaolt
from the u ot narcotlea of which th atka.-reniMle
for Infantine t.'omplalnta am eowipoKd, tat noa
but PK. kATO.N'P IN PA. NT I Lit COKPIAL, tkla ye
can niiT upon It la perfectly barmleaa. and cannot
injore the moat delicate Infant. Prtee.t.lenaU. Pnlt
direallona accompany each bottle. Prepared only ky
CHUKCH 4 LtPoKT,
ee.f fig eel je nt peaeyro) Jrl'MT" o, tenoa
luoitjaitp amvevaa tB o c -oj a.t ejnre;dMj
'P"18 po ? 'eeraJt 'rv.ii.uv -iav7
lea joj mi joy auoi)jip ,pede aas 9ig eearen
-fM''MR ",l!;aA. tjnwj joj a p -on eq J,
'teiei not ntva not ! raqi oe -uoitnoif9 at otu,
aiaia;pamni)pajjapaa if aayaj a, i vortdjo
MBio pojadeid tpee.Sctf -t'rlfTc ioy c at
'iarera'ai.3 jitij ,o) 'tog 'erejejrf nmijf pn
'f i.'Mf T ret( .a-a wojy Jofhij eiai;daJ
i'aejya lie joj poa 'tttfidft 7 aeie
.tudtij joj ok est ee,e t qiii -o aea netiewiae
. .3 Juinpni rfaa7 io jc..r out 10 jeaotaqa o
.ouaaueje'.ivaBfj-rped -rylhieo joj -eaeeertp
UisiP l Pooig eqi jo aeMogapqivlpnoapw
ei axax -aaaoim tutqtieaeti eaeq Joeqit1
nodn popanoj at f,oo ifnoin eqi -r P J
noi pu'Muj.p Maqt i l us -poog jo ienqoi
paj m n vtjueiJp aiwtjaanei,u AJOaevipup
la pu ".b etoioJda 'viaddirii Muividnaon Jo.lT
'noildmninoo moJ) uujni nwied a jo poIB M
iau o '(lMVOV VIS Man I eqj eajnoo jo eal pu
iuui ta,U)iae .uiai ati aji. bo nusaaj ial
11 11 7i A 'V
JaisqooJa poCfji nrmnq vir
Sold by CUUBCH or UIIPOfT, DnicaiiU,
No.fUt. Broadway, Sew York.
And all rripectable DrngglattkroufhoiJllh country
January 1, ls 1)37
Fresh Supply of Groceries at
II. A. GEBELEIN'S
Old Stand, on door Kast af tho Hock
Tailor Hank, Lancaster, Ohio.
J VST received a eboiee and well neleekad stook
erf SHarrleGroeerlo., which I will eellaltk
either for Caah or Country Produce. My atock aon
atau in part, aa follow:
Rico, Froitt, Spicet,
Wood and Willow w trt,
Nye's Choice Sogar Cared Hams,
RuU'llo., oJ Dt1.' ehotc lrt4 Be(.iftdM
euon t Urga lot of
:-5LAKE IISH tj2
irpandi Mackerel expect. JI
B.tCOt WA5TKD The hfrkeet market price paM
In CASHorOroeeri. PI fie me a call.
n A. nB.uai.a.i.1.
LancaiUr, iprll It, lM0-3nI
Tm Cnors. It it now preiij trident,
that the wbcat crop of tbo pretent tetsoa
will be mnch better ttm wu txpeotod
one month ago.
Some of tht ttrlr plantiDg of corn bat
failed to oomo up, but farmers apeak r.ry
encouragingly of the yTetent prosptot.
Frait, enpeoially upplet, promitet to. be
bundtot; Graet and tU kinds of vegsta
bles promite d abandant yield, it the
ttatOQ coQiinuet favorable.
will appear next
Kew Vork Combined Hooper fc Mower,
A wall knowa aad popular Machine
Which waa award tk Ivral pramdm) or Manny'a
Maohlua.nt Kyraeune trial. and guaranteed a Brat rate
machine. FISHliK'S wrought NOWKU, niado ut
AUIanoe, Okie . "
Bade tt8prlnr,llId,Obio,(aainuMaaalIon mneblsa
SOUGO 81J GAB IT! ILLS.
TTAVISO laU'ly made lariteaildilioni to my enten
I 1 aivo atocK ol ttariiware, i am now onermic rooo
in tny line at very ihort pmn a, lor prompt puy
hav on band a largu nud uomploto aaaurtiuuut of
Hardwave.f'nrpentor'aml Mocltanlca' Toolt, Vice,
Anvil. Mill and Crnai Cut Sawe, Iron, Malte, Uluia,
Putty, JJil, Whlto Load. Alioi Inre variety of
Buggy Trimmings and Saddlery
My stock of Harvest Tools,
IS J.ARGB A!TD COMPLET8
AHo.oti kaml.Tube, Bucket, Monaurae, Wowre
Bowla, UrlUanl tVnre. C.C., dVc.
Ilavlna the larnoit and butt atock of Goodi In the
Hanlwaru line Iu thie markcl, and having pim-haied
with great care from Ibe inanufui'tureraand Importera,
lamenable to at'H at LOW PKICK4. And ai an
liuluceinent. 1 winh to reduce mv clock, and will iell
aotne goodaalcoat. Now li tho lima for bargain, at
quick eales lithe motto. i. I'. WkUVhH.
May 17, 18o0 7 Tallinadgo Block, Lancaster, U.
Dissolution of Partnership.
ftnilE Parlnonlilnherelofore existing heiwpen SIM
I KON It HKJRFOKI) At JOH.N C. DAVW Iu III
Lancnater Woollen Pnatory, Uncuiter Ohlo.ti bv iun
lual conaent, Ihii day dluolvoil. The bonk and aa
.,oiiit. nfamd ttnoare ill Ihe tioaaeeiioii of mid Rim-
eon H. Uickford, who ll aiitliorlaed tn collect and let-
tle the accntrnla ami bnaineaaof auid Ornt. He will he
frund at all tlinea at tbe uhire of busleoea, formerly
occupied byinld drill. Allperaona lii.UL.lod in aaid
(Inn aro reo eiiod te come lot ward and make Imme
diate payment. HIM KON B, HICHKOK,
May 10, loeu 7rf WHS C. UAV1S. j
Notice of Partnership. i
NOTTHE lahereby gleon.that B. B. RirKPORRA
L. H. OLIIS have thla day a.eoelated theinielvei
loL'.lhor in tbe hunine.i of.and pcrialnlng to a Wool
len Parlory.toho aljled UK LANOASTKR WOOL
LKS PACTIIKT, Lancailer, Ohio, under the trn
narooof HICK POR U a OLBS. The builrea of anld
trm will bo conducted at the Factory etaud formerly
.,..,i..d h. Uickford .li Uaiia. where the old ouilom-
era of Blckford Uuvlind Uio puhlto geucrallv ar
o. d. on r.r oivjj,
L. li oi.im.
Pn of SCCAR MILLS from tot np to rsi.
Prin of KVAPORATORS from fto np to tlM.
ll.l.l'KTKATKB PAM PIILETScoiitarningcnU and
a roll dt-M-rlption ofourMilla aud Kvaporaiore; aleo,
rt-porta nf Ihe movt aocceaelul eTritnentaof the paat
Hi-Atoll, with the be.t direct tons taken iheiefroin are
now in couree of publication and will anoa be ready
for iirutultoUB dlilrihution. Parliee wi.hiug them
ent by mall, plea.e end one a ponage naiop.
Wc Invite onrcuilomera and Ihe Farnrcr general
ly to give ui a call before pnrchaaiuyy eewuere, aurf
judge ror inenneivea.
The put year, many four rtinlomera who wanted
itugar Milligave ni iboir ordera eo tale .an a nearly
together. Iliut we were unabled to supply mil until the
aeuaon foriboir uie wai over. Toavoio a aimilar cltfff-
cully thli yoar, we offer to auy ono 10 per diecouot
from our retail prices, wboro tneordera are auut na be
fore the lulu of July.
Addrca DOUGLAS BROTHER
Aloy 17, 18o0 2in7 Zauciville, Oh o,
Its Succeso tnparallod In tbe Annate
T knee nrrntigamcnki by which T cna (l almoit any
mpronmant Sn farmer nay peed. -Paroara
wlihlng Rprcr Mower, had beitaend
The Pnrcxti Cor. devoting iteenike tha aad
atlenliun lo tbe hu.lneaa of
hue iisriiA.cE Exci csivixr,
And having a 5oih Capital pledged anlely ror that pur
pore, la enabled to nr eeparjer adrantarea to thoie
dealriug reliuble indemnitr, and for pronrpmee In
the iiiukiuei.t or loaaea, the 'Phocuia" Baa eo rival
. H. ffKLLOGG. Secretary,
ft. L IOMIS, Preadenl.
BRAKCH OFifrCB,"oi. 31 and 33 Weit ThirdSireet
Cliicuinall, Ohio. M. MAUILL. 6uoral Ageul
IrjAppiicaliouaaolited.and Policiee leaned direct
by 8. WriLIIV, Afent.
TCTPull Compliance with Stale Uwa-ill
Lcucnaler, Muy 17, ltHrO Tlf
STINCHCOMB & CLARKE,
ATTOilNEYS AT LAV,
OPPICB TaHinadro Block Heeorid 6loryFlnt
door to the right ul liio beadoi th ata.tr.
J. vV.STIXCIICO.lIU, u.x.clarki
April Id. 1800-Jtf
roepeeiriilly Invited to call
May iii.tMio aJri
JACOB Hl'HUR, Plaintltr, )
JOHN CAMS ADA, Defendant, T
BEFORE Thomna Unnean.a Juillre of the Pence
for PleaaantTuwnthlp, PnlrSuld County, Ohio,
on lhS3rd day of April. IWPJ, acid Jualic timed an
order of a-.uobineul in lb above action, for th aum
In Ibelr rdera early, they often gt dlaappolnted by
wailing nntll harvcatl nnon them. I alao oiaaafio
tareBBLBV'8 "IhlPROVKUOKAIII DKILL," CUT-
BOXES, -.-"VBWr' 6HT.
Utcaivtf, May 4, 1M0-Ut
of Nino Dollar
PloMiotTowoihlp.mey J 4wS nark
Wlrhln from wflto ISO pound.
UnciatF,fbrury 1,VS9-4 J. C.WMVM
A8 removed hi onto to U Sbajifer Block, two
jMn w.titknrtf. K. Hniitor,a Urnr Store.
uaidetio-ricollcld Building, Korthweat oorner of
Main aud Columbua Rireeta.
Lancaalar. April 3. iww.-ami
rwaiiHnndornlrned haeo Durchaaed and pst In com
I plete repair theabore lolila.alluated on the Can
footof Uroaawav, wuero mey are proparvo w uw
ALL KINDS OF GRINDING,
SALE OF REAL ESTATE
BV ORDER OF COURT
05 H05DAT the 4th nf Jane, A. It. h, alone
o'clock in the afteraoon. IH ioW ky ptkti
auction to the highest btdder.owthe prenilwi. near
n, tnwn of Amanda. In FultlloM eolflMv, Okio. tk
following deacrihed Real fcitale ,l-wtt: A part f
the Wealhrirorihe .torlheail vu arier oi Mcuoino.
3.1. Townahtp-Mo. 11. or Ranso So. fo, hooaded aa
followi; Beginning at tk .Souiheait corner of aaid
half Quartrrteclinn.iheoee tVe.l on th half (
Hon llned.S0 ehain wv a poai thenea Worth l.7t
ehalna to a poit-.tkeneeWeat I Sncli. ton poel; thenea
Worth 1.17 cbalm to apo.i; toencc r.BJi i.awcnar. w
a poet; thene "oTlh 1 H ekaiaa to tt tkeaca
Kaat S n chalm to a pmt, on ihe Enil boundary
aid half Quarter aection: thence Bnathf.lu rhatr
to lb place ofheginnlug, conulnlng 44-luv aciee
nor or Icaa, For plat and greater errtalnt) f de
ae iplion.rRnrvey. Mo.JSH. Book v. . I'eonly
Mnrveyor'a Kecordaol aaid county. Said land being
known aa th Bogle Daw Mill Lot. Appraiaed at
reraa . ef One-thlnl the pan bate money In
band on th d . j of aale, ono-third in on ) oar, aod tb
balance In two yira, with latort on defetra pay
nienie from day ofea'e.and not to b.ifd for lew than
two third of the- appvwiaed s-.r. lrn'.od tin lilb
day of Dtbr.A, IS-
JlH K. MlfHAUOH, Adm'lor.
of John Dngl,deeaied.with Hie Will annexed.
ALSO Atllieaaaelinio aud place, 1 wWofeilor
tie the following rL.nl K-rtt.to-wrt: Th t Northat
ftuurter of Section Mo. tl, t lownnhiri Mo, l. of
Kangeo. Its a.cnpi'owaereataken oth Kaal aide
of aaid Quarter Kertlo. Tn land to be Bold eon
mining 1 III aerea more or lea..
T.ra r mI ma,tvi kno-wu on the nav of aal,
JOtlX R. MIMAUftUrAdnteeV
ITcaTtg A Piconca-r. A Hoc neji,
Itf Itses CLIFFORD & ROBIK'SOi"'
HAVK removed thetr builneia in th Glecy onia
Bulldlng.lntinedictolr oppoilta the Dry od
Store of Mra. Beet, and 4 door Weat of th Hoekinf
Volley Bank. Their atock coualat stall atyietoi
Alao, n general aaaortnranl of
RimiONS, LADIES' OAFS, VEILf,
ircelveiipeolal attention. Order tiled on abort nolle
FANCY HATS AND FLOWERS,
loiurpeeaed, and cheap for eaeh'. Ladle reipeclfully
Invited to call befor making $lr prrhm la.
wherc. ULirruau e auauiiv.,,-
Lascuur.aprll 12, lacu 3if
jacob MHBBB&-T-' FAMILY FLOUR,
JHOUOM nu ubt n. k.. a.im fella iw
DTJCKWIIEAI' ILOUti COBlt JtlEAL
..... ...ii. of Merchant and Cnatom Work.
Tby will wnrrntthlr work lob qunl lo the bet
done in Falrdeld county.nnd no palua apalred a so
oommodat erybody. Tbey hop to mtlt and r'
cafe a liberal iDareorpantic pavroo--October
56, IfSt-tStf J.fJ. SlISV
aTtONTlSPEB h.r MILLIHERT UbHaLneottj Uf
li form.rroonra,os thn,nrofalnnndCoiee.
niiiBirela,Uncaatr,Ohl. Alw) rsortrlnf the .
Pinest and Moot Paahionabl
8h will lomlah Good In kwr lhi, at la nt
modeling tense ftk mploy th beat workoiea
rrh.wouldfapetfsllvlt. Uc UdtMOltk. C
aadoantry,tocallnd eiamlaaheraloak. -
f sew aad mperlor atrle. and tktap. .