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(Sqette & iDcmocrat.
. OFFICII ,
Tallmmdre BlackThird Starr -ia the)
at thai Haa f tha iuln.
CITY 01 I15CASTEE:
JtJNE 1, 1860.
ARRIVALS & DEPARTURES OF MAIL8,
At La.ncaalerr'-Br IlaUlraad.
CarsgolugWeet .! A. M.
Cars going Rust ...i M A. M.
Accommodation going Wort 7 IS P. M.
Thl Train, as Saturday night, laya orer at Lancet
ter.and resumes Ha trip nn Sunday Kroner as above.
Accommodation going Baat ' " A. M.
Tbla Train, on Saturday night. Imya orer at Lauras
tar, and reauaaealletripea Monday Morning .asaliuve.
To Columbne aTery day, except Sunday H1A.M.
Arrives st Lancaster 6 P. M.
To Logan. every dy,excepl Sunday at. ... A. M.
Arrives al Uneaster 6 P. M.
Accommodation each day, arrlreadi departs at 19. M.
To Raltlmora, antral and daparta erery Tuetday
To New Salem, arrives and daparta arary Tuetday
To Clearport, arary Thursday night, and returna
To Carroll, arrives and daparta arary Tueidayand
Friday nights, at ? o'otock.
To Hushrille. arary Tuetday and Friday at ISM.
and returna same evening,
We sre very tlianltful to our friends
from different sections of the county, for
Increasing tbo number ofour subscrip'ion
list something over one hundred, during
Hie last three weeks, and respectfully say '
in tbe same connection, tbat it is impor
tant tbat we should have at least five hun
dred more, to enable us to properly sus
tain our ntablialiment, and publish such
a paper as it ts our ambition to do.
We intend to make our paper 'one, that
will be acceptable to Any family circle, in
dependent of its politics; and therefore
worthy of ptblic patronage But to our
ll-publican friends we have a special word
to say. You pay, in the Aggregate, a
large portion of the taxes assessed upon
.your county; but your political organ does
not receive one dollar of patronnge for
bounty printing. Of this, though in th
ausiTHcr,. peruapa entirely . wrong, ws uo
not propose to complain, became all par
ties ate chargeable wi:h the same selfish
ness: but we speak of it as a condition
that makes it necessary that you should
subscribe for youV trtunty Ifapcr, should
you feel at all, that your . means would
justify it, and the paper is worthy. Lit
us have your aid; our paper is $1,50 if
paid within the ytar.
A Grb.it Co. Can Any body beat it
Mr. Lucius Smith, iod of Joel Sim of
Liberty townthip, tailed at our office a
day or two since, and gave us the follow.
ing citraoidinary statement of the milk
ing of a cow, of about tbo age of 8 or 9
year., and Irestt about 4 weeks and of the
Biiort-l.oru Durham stock. The first day
the milk upon being carefully woighed,
was net &7 pound?. This day sho fed on
warn a; l al
grass. 1 ho secona aay sue rea on grassi
with the Addition of brat) slop, and the
milk weighed 64A pounds. The first day
she was milked twice, the tecond day
, Military CoriiDftnv F. made thoir
first appearnntje oh the Streets of Lancas
ter on Friday tvehi'og last, under tbe
command of Captain Stafford, who lias
recantlT been elected, vice Capt. Clocd
resigned. The Company made a fine ap
pearance, and ihe Captain seemed to be
in ihe right plice. They are a fine look
ing set of fellows, and seem determined
to come up to tbe standard ot a v,ompnny
A No. 1.
Sorgho Molassks. Christian Beery,
of Tleasant township, brought to our of
feoe two sarobles of sorgho mohiss'cs, prs-
pared by himself, in which he claims to
bavo overcome the difficulty heretofore
eiist'hg, ir regard 'to the cornstalk taste,
Which existed in the molasses manufac
tured from this cane. We have used the
Saniph8, ahd find them, io far as we can
appreciate, entirely free from the unpleas
ant taste, And quite equal to the best su
gar house syrup.
Death of N. H. Dknnisoh Nelson
l. Dennison died Suddenly at Browns
low, Iowa, in the month of April. (The
exact date hot given.) Mr. Dennison
Was raised in Fairfield county, and was
half brother of John B. Reed, late of Lata..
cister. He Hudied the profession of
law with II. H. Hunter, Esq. Mr. Den
Tti8on wsb truly an tBtihiable man, and
hie death will bo deeply lamented.
tlfesioSED. Mr. W. E. Davis has re
signed bis position as Principal, at the
State Reform Farm, and will remove to
Hamilton county.- Mr. Davis' resign.
tion will bi regretted by his numerous
Mo.-.ds, who were just learning to appre
ciate his worth, as a neighbor and citizen
Strawberries. We acknowledge our
htslinaiinna to JfiRKPH FlIMAH Esq., of
Tleasant township, for a nice lot of straw
berries sent to our office. Tboy ere
mong the finest we have ever seen. He
Informs us that they were from plants
transplanted in April of this spring.
Relioocs NoTtCE. The Rev. Prof.
Werlov. of Columbus, will rreach next
Sunday morning, at 10 oolock, in the en
glish language, in the Er. LutH. Church
on Mulberry blreet, near tbe (.'anal.
Old's Store. In passing the store of
Dr. Olds a morning or two since, we uo
ticed a nils of boxes unloadi d it the door,
Now omul wi suDnosed, just arrived
from the east. ." ;
Pursuant to call, a Republican Meet
ing was held at the Court House in Lsn.
caster; Saturday, June Sil, i860. On
motion Judge Martin was called to tbe
Chair and C. M. L. Wiaeman appoiuted
C. F. Shaffer otfered the following
resolution, which was bnanimously adopt
Ruolvtd, That the Republican Central
Committee ol Fairfield County, shall be
composed of six members from Hocking
Township, and that the other townships
be entitled to two members each.
G. S. Williams offered the following
resolution, which was unanimously adopt
fytolved, That tbe Chair appoint a
Committee of five, to report tbe names of
proper persons to compose ibe Central
The Chair appointed Messrs. Shrsder,
Coffman. Shaffer, Fetters, Buying aud
Winter, who retired for consultation. .
On motion of C. F. Shaffer, the Chair
appointed a committee bf five1 to appoint
delegates (three) to attend the State Con
vehtion at Columbus, June lib. Messrs.
Evans, Keller, Prarsc, Mouier and Hu
ber were appointed.
The committee appointed to select a
Central Committee reported the following
names, and thereupon on motion the re
port was received and unanimously adopt
ed, to witi
Amanda, A Peters and E. Dennick;
Bern, L. Swartz and J. GrofT; Bloom,
D. C. Moser and S. Coffman; Greenfield,
I. Claypool and J. W. Wilson; liherly,
Dr. Shradoranti Wm. Potter; Madison.
A. Shaffer and Isaac Wolf; Peasant, I.
Radebaugh and Wm. Ewinir: Richland.
W. Dilger, and Dr. Nourse; Kush-
creek, Dr. Evans and R. J. Black; Hock
ing, Dr. Scott, R. M. Clarke, V. E.
Shaw, F. J.- BoVing, 0. W. Bock, ond
C. M. L. Wiseman. VioUt, L. Picker-
erng and A. Ritter; Walnut, J. V.
Peardo and 0. P. London.
The Comm'ltce appointed to select del
egates, report the Following: V. E. Shaw,
J Huber and J. W. Ptatse.
On motion of II. Scott, it was
Resolved, That the Republicans of
Fairfield county heartily eiidorsethe nom
ination at Chicago, Of Abraham Lincoln
of Illinois, and Hannibal Hamlin of Maine
for President and Vive-President of the
United States, in 18C0, and herel.y pleJge
'themselves that they will uso all honora
ble means to secure their election, on the
2d day of November next.
On motion of Doct. Bartow, the meet
ing adjourned tintt die.
li. Al All lift, 1'res t.
0. M. L. Wiseman, Sec.
For tbe Cazatla and Doraocrat.
W. E. Dav Principal of the Ohio
State Reform Farm, we are sorry to say
has resigned. That circumstances should
have arisen rendering such a step neces
sary is a matter of deep regret to all the
friends of the Institution here. Mn. Da
vis was a most faithful and thorough of-
Gcr, and his place cann'ct be easily sup
pliod. He labored in the institution as a
philanthropist, and with an earnest zeal
for the good of the youth committed to
his care. He will take with him the warm
est regards and the kindest wishes of his
many friends in our city. We under
stanp that some of thA other officers have
ulso resigned. Com,
Oathkiikd BcDs and BtossoMs. Mrs.
A. II. Devellino of this city, has laid
on our tables neat Utile volume of 264 pa
gos bearing the above title, of which she
is the authoress. The book is just from
the press, and is published by James
Challcn and Son of Philadelphia. The
eputation of this House alone, would be
sufficient to give the work a large sale, if
any other influence were needed than the
literary fame of the auihorcs.
We have examined the volume close
ly, and cheerfully commend it to the
patronage of the lovers of chaste, moral,
and religious literature. Mrs.l)KVEi.i.!No'e
style of Writing is high toned and clear,
even to the carelo.s reader. In this vol
ume her subjects arc didactic, descrip
tive, historical And pathetic. The prose
is upon familiar topics; and the poems arc
certainly of A Eho order. We read two
of the poemSj that took hold on our reel
ings with peculiar force, entitled 'Fire-
well to Summer, and "A Tribute to the
Memory of my Mother."
I For lb Oatatta and Deaaoerel.
Ma. Editor: I wish W lay a few
words through oUr paper id reference to
the way our elections batd been conduct
ed for a Dumber of years. For tb pur
pose of keeping our election pure, the
Legislature some years ago passed a law
empowering tbe town-trustees to prohib
it the tale, of intoxioating liquors upon
the eleotion ground; but to the shame of
Madison township, with a majority of
those officers, at the present being mem
bers of a ohurch,aud who profess to have
the love of God shed abroad in their
hearts, have not, on one single occasion,
as far as I cau learn, ever attempted to
enforce the law, but instead of using their
power to suppress the evil, allowed curs
ing, fighting and drinking inside the house
and never as much as even by a word,
tried to suppress it. There was one drink
ing establishment from Hocking county,
one from Lancaster and two from our
own township, who kept selling something
during the day, I do not know exactly
what it was, but I do know there was a
number of drunken men on the ground,
which was discouraging to all lovers of
decency; and even men who lay claim to
respectability, and are also church-mem
bers, were seen frequently at the shod of
old Shone, treating others, and drinking
themselves. If Christianity is a iewel.
(and I have no doubt it is,) such con
duct from Christianity, certaiuly will have
a corroding influence But let us hope
for better things. A VOTER.
Republictin Central Committee.
The Republican Central Committee of
Fairfield county, whose names wo publish
to day, ill the minutes of the county
raeeiinsr held in the Court House on Sat
urday last, Will meet at the Gazette
Democrat office, on Saturday the 16th
inst., at ! o'clock P. M , far organization.
Every member is respectfully requested
to bo present, A business of importance
will claim their attention.
HOP MaoSald Cornar.tfala and Calumbol ttraata.
Labcaatar, ) una 7, lxCU loir
y Theodore PAiutER.the distinguish'
d Unitarian preacher of Boston, is dead
Ha died abroad, while travelling m Eu
rpilR tfndartCMd, AdmtMttralort ofltia Fatal of
ja i-HBUSKioiw v. utiiii. aaeaaHid. will o0r
puoue !!, ai wi tait retiilent u( ta daeaaaada
Nanaart Jn ?otl, 18CO
Taa folloarinf daacrlbaj profwrtr, lo wll!
Six Finished Buggies,
SECOND HAND CAItUIAOE,
laacond baud ButK7,4 do., onDnUUad;
13 Running Onm of Busies;
Nina Sat or Vi'taelt.e Httof Shafta. 1 new sl.l.i,.
Una Horia, ana aat of Ilanmii, 1 llildla aud itaddla,
A Large Lot of Blacksmith Tools
ana a groat rarlatr of
TCagaaand Carriage .Tlaker'aToola;
Tofetbarwltn a raral alack of alt klndaofmatariala
wr carrying nn ina naaiaetior oug-gjr, tarriaga and
A credit efullia pionltii will 1 rlran. an all an ma
nrer Pira Doliara; that mm, ami unilnr.caab Inland.
urehaaara on croan will ba required In glva uitta
nn (to avcurivj.
jrpTha Carralraand Bltckimlth Sham of Ihe da-
coaaed,will tia for rant, on f.iirterinajilir tha aala.
ur.UMI.rv i. WYOUM.
Uneaitar, Juna7,lSCU 3lu
U. paraona holdls elalmt aaWiat tha F. it ate of
PaBDaaicit 0. IIcits. late of Fairflald dnuniv. rfM.
caaaad, ara harabjr nntlttad l prctent tha aaioa to tba
nderalantd rnr aattiaineni wuiilii tliatimaprMoritied
rla:audall txiraona who ara Indebted to aald Kb.
tat ara rai)uaatedt maka Immediate payment la
Lancaitar, Jane 7, 1SS0 3wl0
VWARV nOBlNKON. Jacob Rolill,.on. Scnll ljink.
tvl. ar. Mirtiaal Looker, Saluda Loukpr, Dunlua
Looker and Franvii Ann Looker will take notico, that
petition waa nled araluattiiem ou lliu Sitilj of Janua
i . A. D. Ifl0. In tlie Court or Coiuiuou I'lc.n. wnlnii
nd for Ihe count; of FulrSeld, Obio. br Malaciil rlta-
ler and Grace Staler, and la now pending, wherein
aald MaUclii Htaley and (trace Staloy, demand parti.
tionefllie follewlnx keal Katato, to-wit: L)ln and
being In Ibe County or Faird-ld and Ki.ta of oino.aml
belnr lha Weal half or the naalbalf 80011011,0! Section
no. intnr 1311,) rownani 1 numoer aimeaii (10.) in
nee number twenty (to.) cnuMiuliir One Hundred
nd Fifty-nine (I59i Acrea..more or lea; and that at
the aext term . til auid Court alter the expirulion or
thirty daya frem the flrnt publication ofiuia uolico.lhu
aald Malachi Slult-y and Grace Slaley will ap.ly f.ir
an order tbat partition may be made of aald preuilaea.
Dated in la Tin day ui J uno, A . u. iwu.
.n l.Ai;ill ni Ai.rsif ,
SnxcHcoMndL Clakkr, Atturueta.
June 7. lodu SwliipifS
Shall Pox. A rumor has got abrnad
n Lancaster, that small pox has made its
appearance in the city, e aro author
ized by the physicians tLia morning, to
say, that the rumor is false; there not be
ing the slightest grounds for the origin of
shy such report.
SoMETHtNu Nsw. The three story
brick, on the north Vide of Main Street,
oncupied by J. Lyons, Stoneburner Si
Jeffries and Martin's Exchange Batik, has
been, during the last week, new rooftd
with slitte.by sortie gfcntle'mCnfrom abroad.
It is the first slate roof in the city.
' ' aa.
Black Smokb. For the last few days,
black smoke has been issuing from the
tacks of the Lancaster S eam Mills,
which indicates there-commencement of
flour packing, Which for somo time past
has been suspended, cn account of the
farmers being too busy to bring in their
Dissolution of Partnership.
Til F. partnership formerly cxlillng between C LICK
At SON. in the mercantile bualiinta, at ( EIIAIt
1 ;i.i., fairneiu county, unto, waa, on me Ktrat ua 01
anuary, Iciii), dtMolved by mutual content. 'J be lm
iueala continued at the aamo aland, by Ihe Junior
panuer, .m r. fcnoi uluk. 11. lii.ti.K,
n. u 1 K.tl.
Cedar Hill, FalrDuld county, June 7, lKtil). -3wlU
SAMUEL HKKK . 1 JEFOHE Olio V. Krir
aratnat lamer, a Juaiice 01 the
JAMRS W. BIGG RR.i Piace forHocklnielownablp,
KalrOeld couuty.Onio.on the .1th day of Nay, A. li.
lt-6U.aaid Jualice laaued au nrler of attuchuient In the
abore action, for the aura 0 Kigbty-flre X lliuiiniiara.
Lancaiter, June 7, IW Jwlu
JtirDAMltL Giksv, is this week receiv
ing a fine stock of goods in his line, con
siting of children's, ladies ahd toon's
plain and fancy shoes, slippers, gaiters
and boots, which he U offering at re
duced prices. Those wishing goods in
lha. line, are respectfully invited to Call
CoitrMB-cs Street. We have hot, for
several months, allowed ours-lves tbe pleas.
ure of taking A stroll along Columbus
street, Until A few days ago. This street
is bocoming one of the most beautifu1
walks in tbe city of Lancaster, Its re
moteness from business, and from the
noise, smoke And din of the rail-road, is
one thing: and then its fine deoOration
with shade trees and green shrubbery
from one end to the other, as well as the
neatness and taste of the private residences
and the smoothness aud oleanliness of the
sidewalks, invite the pleasure-seekers to
walk there in the cool of the day. It is
also beooming a very desirable street to
Important to Guardians. A law was
enacted on the liih day of Apeil, 1858
with special relation to guardians And
wards, of whioh the following is an ex
"Third to render on oath to the prop
er court an aooount of tha receipts and
expenditures of suoh guardian, verified
by vouoners or proof, at least ones in er.
ery two years; and failing so to do, he
shall reoieve to allowance for services."
Doct. BueRSTLKR. It is gratifying to
see our respected fellow-ciliisen, Doctor
Bcprstlkh. traversing our streets every
day, in buoyant health and vipor. His
numerous patients fuel safe, when they
know that he is able to go out.
From tub CofNiitr. A number of
farmers have called sc our office within
thd last f W day n. who state, that (he
wheat orops are coming out mush better
lhaa they feared in tho early spring thn
S.iooTntNO IrbN. The imptovedSmooth
ing iron, ol winou Air. l oiiara is the
agent, Is for sale at J. C. Weaver's hard
ware Store. It is worthy the pAtrOnage
of the public.
BfftMr8. Samuel Doty sent to our
houso a lot ot strawberries from her car
den, which were, we believe, of the Hovcy
seedling variety) which for size and rich
ness of taste, Wo have never seen equuled
and for which We return to the givor ou
JCSTDavid Cowdb.v, has reopened his
briok-yard, north of Lancaster. See hi
advertisement in another column. Mr
CoWdem Is a thorough man oh brick.
Those Who want a good artiolo of thiB
kind, will find it to their interest to call
3T A Illinois eorreDnndint nt tha
Cleveland Leader aays: "If Mr. Liaooln
is choxen President and that he will
be nothing seems durer our Government
will be in a fair ay to reiun to the iw
publican simplicity which characterized
the earlier administrations. Eimsclf
plain man, honest to A nicety, pure io
cliaraoter and life, uiiblemisb in reputa
tion a man who onder no cfrcumslancts
whatever indulged in the use of ardant
pirits. he will call abjui him men like
himself, who will be too bancst to allow
corruption, and loo patriutio to neglect tbe
duiies of Government."
la tba TallDi.alfa BleWK, arazt AaMe
l"a!r..ata tha Ratal,
HAS KBCKITBD HER SfSISO rroCH of
MATS Ai CAPSC?
afUa Soaat ajoallilea aad laual atyleat Incladlaaa
large tarlely of
I all of w bleb eae t aelllDffoT eaah jt bardtlmea arlaee.
iSba ladetermtsad kol to be rlraled, either tn atyla
Corrected Meekly ly Wygum t Lgont.
Coffco IBjjo Sugai I0(3llo
i'Xgs 8 Molasses fit)
Lard 10 Salt 1 70
Bacoii810c Butter 10
Whaat per bushel 81 15
Flour per barrel, 80 25(5,6 50.
Corn 36o Oats 30c. Hurley 70o
Potatoes 50c Dry Apples $1 25
Fish per half barrel, While 80 60;
1'ickerel, ?5 00; flans 6 25.
Flour is lower. Sales at 80 2317 40
at parfrrad". Wheat; ililwaukie, 81 30,
wime Indiana, 81 64; Micbgan, II 4 J;
white Canada, 8J 60: verv ch lice white
$1 60$1 60.
Corn Western, sound C3S6C. Bouth-
ern, white 79.
Wool, dull ar.d hcavv. will) small sales
of domestic fleeces, 3806 c.
Cjffee Rio and Jam tic i,
Molaaes--2937. Sugar, 0(97.
LANCASTRR LOI10E.!o.57 MarM.lBCO
ENrAMPMKSTo.S June t
COUNCIL, No. 3 15
May 10, RU. t), smXMA.X. Recorder.
LODGE, 5o. 7, uiecti ererr Monday
Mineaaur, nay it, laea Jarr
0 ENCAMPMKNT. Ko.SR. maata
Sdand 4lhTburtMlny Kvenintalu ea.-n Uioulk.
i aucaater, U.rll iv, m,n 'ill
THE LITTLE GIANT
It MARKET CVrC MORE,
WJTH a STOCK OP
Summer Dry Goods,
LAWNS. FANCY ORGANDIES.
UMfc UU.t SILK LACE,
CAl'ES. LATEST STYLES.
A SPLENDID STOCK OP
A Sua aaaortiaenl of
LADIES' FIRE DKGS9 SIIOE.1,
(nltora, nuly 4S cente n pair.
Tlie kifheat market prtca pair for Rntterand Enre.
May li, IB0-7lf JIMMY LVO.NS.
100.000 LBS.W0pL WANTED.
BICKFOBD & OI.DV,
TAKKthla method tnadrlaa the noblle that ttier
wtlleontlnna t the Old fctatid of Blckrord ei
Darla.;the builoeaa of inanafaetariiif
Of all Varleteli. Alio,
Carding, "plnnluKand Clotb Dreaalna;
w ill have coDitaoily ob harid a food aartrlnact of
Cassimcre. Sadinct.s Blankets,
t launela, Jana,Tiecda, Mtockiug;
CASH OR GOODS PAID FOR WOOL.
Lineaater, May 1T.1RC9 Tif
DRUGS AI10 MEDICINES,
haffers Cvrser, Laaeattar. Ohio.
WI avara aa ktadaale,! aawtaaaad all aa
rgf MayallaitaNNrt (!, tin, fya
tatliaa mmtsmt 4altaiaiaa,rrfaaa
la addltfa aaUaaaaara. a kara alee a afcotea aad
aalaetaa ataak af
Iwbfialag aaarlr aeai i afttata atafla kant la a
an Oraaarr Saaaatlabatairl, T all af which we ra-
iianiauy lanve laavauaauen ataaa arehaarra.
Uoaaatw.MajAaj, mi wtf , .
THE WELL KNOWN
One DaorWaet e( ths Sacklag TalMr laak.
mHK aader.!nd raaaatflly leforaw tha aiUtana
J- "d puhlte UM ha haa laeda arrairaieal lt
W7R. KHOADtt.aadtharaMkaa ik.. i r
hie OLD ROOMS, for the aaro.ee af aarrymf oa tha
Pleura kaaloeaa, la all of the rartaaa aad
Latest Styles of Improvement
Wa ara araaeredm ajak all hlnda vftrpai the frahlia
hararorboara fi aad froai ika amallaat liurer Hn.
to the whole alia rtotnerapk. Oar anil e alleetlon
will he derated la tba kaaliMaa, aad wa will ar-are an
peine, but aaa erery paeelole aaeaaa to tmprora lha
Art. Oor prodnatloaef aieterM.raDnotbeeaealled.
Oar KTOCW OP CAHM, aad tba rarlatr fHalylea. la aa
food ai aay other etly. All ara aordlallr lnr:ud to
aall at thawa' Roaaaa. Erery poeeibla aftort will ha
aaauv orMwraw piaaaa.
I reura wiyaloeere tbaaka t thawa Who kara hare.
to ore patroaiaed a.aadhrpa tar a eaaUaianca of
ma lane, i woaio aapaeiaiiy aaaae mj aekaowleda-.
eirau ta tha ailiaaaaarPlaaaant tk Llbarly tow nab I pa,
for Ihalr liberal patroaafa. dartna) aay abort alay with
Ibeat, aad iarlta Ikaaa ta aall at aay rooma. when the
conetaaowa. A. L. fELLSHS.
Laacaaur . A prtl 11. lSdaftf
la the Agent for all tbe moil reliable llerrealere;
ombincd REAPER & MOW F.R,
Guaranteed the boet !u the woild;
NEW. YORK REAPER,
1 HAVE received a larne lot of lha
AIR TIGHT FRUIT JAR.
nyireof Ihe YKLI.OW WARE, fti.d will entirely
upercrtle iho tin. or vlooe Jr. on trntaut of bslup
.r-light, nd free from corrui.nu or rati.
Ceueral Iloaio FarnlaUln EatablUhment,
aa karetofore. Alao.
Stove-Pipe and Sheet-Iron Work
BP0UTINO AND TW-EOOFIIfO
allended to at abort nolle. J04X WOHK
Laucaster, May 31, I860 4 m)
CITY HARNESS SHOP!
L. O. DAVIS. C. L. WATTS.
DAVIS & WATTS,
IN Ihe rooma recently occupied br L. O. liarla. Mar
llu'a row, raapecllully iurlte altentlon to their
SUPERIOR Stock of HARNESS,
COLLAR3; VHIPS. TRUNKS.
Their Stock comprlaea
SILVER, BRASS AND BLACK MOUNTED HARNESS,
Alao Wagon and Plow Harneaa.
They are determined not to be aurpaaeed .la theaiyle
and quality of their foo.li.
l imy nave aio a j rtmniinf cnop, woare
DLGY AXD CARRIAGE TR1MIXG.
will ha dona on ihnrtnotlce, and to auperlor ttyla.
Uocaaler, Slay 31, itoo un
ISTIUAV AND CIIKAP
n AVISO Ulelr ma.lt large adtlitiont tn my Un
tiocli of Hrdrar, 1 mm unw Otferinr road
tu m; Dot tl rry short pro! t. lor prompt pay. 1
tiiiv uii baud a Ur,je aud compltls) aairlioal of
Hardware, fartxnter' and Mechanlca' Too la, Vleea,
Aulla. Mill and Crone Cut Itewe, Iron, Katia, Olaaa.
Petty, Oil, White Lead. Aieo,a lr(a rariely of
Buggy Trimmings and Saddlery
My slock of Harvest Tools,
IS LA RGB AHD COMPLETE
Alan, on Lead, Tuba. Buckete, Meaearee, Wooden
Bowie, Rrlltanla Ware, ike., dte.
Harinir the larreit and hail nock of Oooda lo the
Hardware Una lolhia market, and hating purcbaaed
with f real care fro the manufaetuaraaod ioaportara,
i am rnapiei w aril ai Lun rnii.ats. Ana aa aD
Inducement, 1 with to reduce my etock, and will aall
anmeiondiatcoat. Now la tha Una for barraia.ee
quick aalea lathe motto. J. C. WEAVKR,
Jiay ir, isou 7 Tailuiaaga Block, Uuoaaler.O.
New York Combined Kvupcrdi Itlower,
A well known and popular Mtchluc",
Whlrh wa nwardee the Oral premium orer Manny'a
Machine, at Kyraeuae trial, and fruirflnlaed a II rat rule
machine. FIslicK'S wrought JIOWKR, luudo ut
made at KprlnKHeId,Ohlo,(aanicaa.Mailon machine
SORGO SUGAlt .TI1LLS.
1 htire arraneomenta by which 1 can get almost any
itnproromeni tti j tanner may uueo.
farnicra wl.lilng Heepert nr Mowera, had beat annd
in tliPlr orderaeiirly. na they often get Oiaappoiiiiod by
wuillnt; until narveai la upon llinin. 1 aim muiiuiuc
lura KKLUY'6 'I.MI'HO VKD O KA IS llrtll.L," CUT
TING BOXES, ;o., warranted th" et In uau.
juni .ti i n lun 1 .
Lancaster, Mny 54, IPeO IfS
MORE TO BE ADMIRED
Worn by Kings and Emperors
Wlint ! Why a Bi'nntlfiil Head of llotr.
Because It Is the ornament Qoi ffaiiaf pritrHei
fnr alt our rare. Header. althnuali the rose inuy bloom
aver an hrtrhtl In Ibe alowlna- cheek, the aye be
eversu ap.nrKimg.ma lucm be tnose 01 peans, 11 ine
head is beren ol lla eoverliic, or the Hair bo enacted
and ahrlroled. harih tni drt. or worse allll, If sprink
led with KraV, nature will loail moe lliail half her
charms. Prof. Wood's Hair Kostoratlve, If uaed two
or ihree tlmoaa week, will reatore anil permanently
aeoureto ail such an ornament. Read the following
andlndee. The writer of the Orst 11 etletrafd
1)K. WOODt Naw Voaa, April 1, IW8.
Ilr.a Ki I'ormll me to exnreaalo you tha obllira
tloos 1 am under for the entire reaiorallon of my hair
to Its original colon about the time 01 my airivat in
tbe United htatee It was rapidly becoming gray, but
unon the aonllcatlfln of your Hair Kcaioratlvo" It
soon recorered Its original hue. ! consider your He
slnrallva ksarery wonderful liireullun, quite efnea
tlAiiaaa arMll la ae-raeablo.
I am, dearslr.yours truly.
toct. litLLER. V leArn that Doctor
Miller has taken rooms on Main street,
1. oar the American tlouse; west of Colum
bus Street, for the purpose of continuing
the practice of his profession.
adWe notice that oiir young friend
C. W. Borah, (formerly of this place)
has permanently located himself at Lo
gin, rlis pictures are ot the first quality
and by the lowness of his oh&rges are
placed within the reaoh of all.
CoNVisttos.--The two Demooratio
Conventions meet, the Southern, at Rich
mond Va., June Oth; the Northern in Ba!
timore, on June 18th. Whioh is the simon-pure?
a i i aa '
The Democracy are evading issues, and
soheming for the eleotion of the next
President by bringing their severed ends
Gioroi Wfoni. 8ee his nw adver
tisement to day.
Pries of SCO A R M ILLS front (SO opto DUO.
Price nf R VA PORATORk from tto an to klM.
a full deacriptloa of oar M ilia aad Kraporatura; alao.
reponsor ine most aocaaasruiafparinaeuuoi tha peat
aeaaon, with the beat directions taken thaiefrooi ara
now In course of publication tad will eoon be ready
tor rraiuiioua aiainoouon. rames wianing ueoi
aent by mall, pleaaa ancloaa a poeiere atatop.
We inrite oureustomersaod the Farnera general
ly 10 giro us a call before purchasing: a eewbere, and
The past year, many ofonretulnmars who wanted
Sugar Mllligare na tholr orders so lata. and so nearlr
together, thai we were unaoted to supply eft antll tba
season lorineir use waa over, jo avoid a almllar uitn
culty Ibis year, wa offer to any one 10 per diecouut
Irom our retail prices, where ma order! ara scul us be
fore lha IDih of July.
Address DOUOLAS BROTHERS
May 17, 1840 r7 laneaville.Oh'o.
Ill A VE Ihe agoncy for ihe following machines which
needs no long certificates to eolrfai- up. tbi-y stand
on llielr OH 11 merits, anu all nnre laaen liriniuma. n
the best and most reliable Reaper and Mower; and
challenge arery tnaihine in this county fur trie I .
M AaEY'S COMBINED.
BuckcveStnteand IbeWorltl Rcnotvnrd
BALL'S OHIO MOWER AXD REAP J'.
Prices LOWER than all others Machines.
I.ancsfti-r, May 31, 18CT 4w3
HUNTER & SON.
a. A t their ol ! stand,
( near Mulberry at
r tools, all kinds of wot
their ni l stand, on Center Allen
street, continue lliei
anclies; such as edge
ore. helomrinirlo lb
farming lulereet: wagon-work; and esiecial atten
tion given to snocma. turo ue your wor, e
ourjoi'snn the sborieat notice. Special atteuliun
glrcn to making and repairing mill picas.
Lancaster, May 34, WHO- Hlf
la Probnte Conri, Fnlrrleltl Cohnly Ohio.
Augustus I., Porrlll, Administrator of Darld Slltzer,
"Brrch a'r Gwylledvdet."
Walah ICewananer orBi'. 13 lueaau at.. April H.1RVI
p..,,. n J. Wfton: Dear Sir. -Motue month or aix
weeksago.l recoiroda boltlo i.fyjiurHalr Keslnra
tlre and gare II lo my wife, who concUded to try It
nn bar hair. Ilule thinking at tha timo that it would
restore the gray hair lo Its original color, but to her.ee
Well as my surprise after few wcks" t.lat It has per-
ronnea mat wonaernu vj vuruina k'-j
halrsto a dark drown, at llio same lime beanlifylni:
aud ihiokcTJlng Iho hair. I strongly recommend Ihe
above Restorative lo all persona in want "f aiirh a
change of thelrhatr. ini,w wsub",
Nsw Voan,JiihVi. IKJO.
Panr. O. J. V nrn Wilh oonSdanca do I recom
mend your Hair Restorative, aebotng lha mostoMca
clous article 1 eror saw. Klnca using your Hair He
storaliva my hair aud whiskers which wore almost
white hare gradually grown dark and I now loel
ooolldent that a few more applications will restore
thorn to their natural color. It alao bus relieved me
of all dandruff ahd unplensaut Itching so common
among persons who perspire feeely. J.G. KILHV.
Pror. Woo About two yours ago my lialr com
menced falling off and turning gray; 1 waa fast be
coming bald, and had tried many Remedies lo nn
effect. 1 eominenood using your Restorative InJanu
ary last. A few appllcatlona fastened my hair Sriuly.
Il beganto mrop.grow ont, and turned back to Its
former color. (black.) Althlaliineltlsfully restored
to Ha original color, heallli. and appearance, and I
oheerfqlly recommend lla nse to all. J . U. HOES.
Chicago, lllluois, May I.IM7.
The Restorative la put In botlles of 3 alias, rlj:
n,,nm and sinallltha small holdKhalfauint,
an,rraLatWnr nondollar nerbnllletthe medlnm holds
at least twentr per cent, mora In proportion than the
small, rotallsforlwodnllaraperholtloiihe large hot-1
O.J. Vt OOI) dr CO , Proprletora, 4t4 Broadway
Raw York, and 114 Market rllreat.Rt.Lonla.Mlasourt
DaaTera. June 7, 1SDO SinlO
03) and after Mon4ay, May lth ISSO.the schedule
of tloaaforTralaaoa lata road. Latvia Lai.aaa-
lei will be as follows!
Sa.l. Passaoterat 1H7A.K irr1rlaral7anevllle
at 1 30 P.M., making dlraateonuartlariafor lha Baal.
Freight and Aeenaaaiodatioa Train el 5. 20, A.M.
arriving at Eaaeavllli at I Ml A. M. Making direct
eoanactloaafortba Baat aad W.al rla. tha Pantral
Ohio Railroad. Pasaaegarsfor Col urn boa will taka
thla Train. The aboreTrainsatop at allsiatlona.
Prelghiaod Aceoeanodailoa i'raio leaving Morrow
IS U0 P. M. wlil oa Saturday night run to Lancaster
aa sard lima, and froa laere nay ma lie trip oa Mon
r Ha. . Paaeangarat 10 U A. M., arriving at Clncin
Pratght aud AeeommJdatloa Trala at 7 OS P. V.
denenereeW IS P. M. arriving at Clueluoa'.l atS 00
Freight and Aetomntodatlnn Train leaving Zaaes
vlllaal J P. H. will on Saturday nirht raa to I.aneaa-
ler tod front Ikere raaaeia its trip on Saaday nlgbu
wm. KIY BOW n, Recslver.
B. D. ABBOT, AsstaUolSupartiitaadsnl.
April l, 1S0O Jif
Has idst rbcivkd a frerh supply op
WALL PAPER. LATEST STYLES.
and a great rarlety or itt
USEFUL & NEDFUL,
lnfact.aloiOstererylblngtola found In any
0J O.DS D&
Allofwhlehha la determined to aall at tha lowest
possible living prices. He returns hts thaaka to hie
old customers for laelr liberal support, and hopes ta
ion anu inaraasa oi pa
may eall aud eiamlca
marltandraealraaeonllHaatlonand Inaraasa of
hlaatoekfor Ihelr own satisfactlnB
troaaga.and that every body
lla Succeaa Cavarallast la the Anaala
a - $100,000
The Pnotxii Coarsxr. derotlnt Its entire time and
attention to the business of
FIRE INSURANCE EXCI.CSIVELTv
And hating a3ash Capital pledged solely for that pur-
Sose, Is enabled to ller raarrier advaulagea lo those
pslrlng reliable Indemniiy, and for prompioeee in
the seiilemait of losses, the "Phoenix" haa no rival
H. JTELLOOO. secretary.
8. L I.OMIA. Prearieot.
BRANCH OFFICE, Kos. 31 and 33 West Thlrd.strnt
Cincinnati, Ohio. M. MAGI I.I.. General Agent
lL7Appllcatlous soliled,and Pollciea Issued direct
oy n. v r.biis , Agans.
rCTFull Compliance arllh State Uwa.ll
Lancaster, May 17. 1880 7tf
Dissolution of Partnership.
TUP. ParlnershlpheretofnreeTlstlng between SIM
EON H. BICKFORO dt JOHN C. DAVIS In tha
Lancaster woollen Factory, Laocaster Oulo, is b mn
lual consent, this day diaaolrrd. The hooka and ac
counts of said Arm are in the possession of said Rim
eon B. Bickford. who Is auihoriied lo collect and set
tle Ihe accounts and bueinesaof suld Arm. He will ba
fvund at all limes at the place of business, formarl)
occupied by said firm. All persona Indebted to ealfl
Ann are req- ested te come forward and make Imme
diate payment. KIMKON B. BICKFORD,
Maj 10, 1800 Tlf JOHN C. DAVIS.
Amos r.nttand and Ann his Wife, n tl.
riOJolm Sllucr.Wllllam Sillisr,Jas.Slllr.er.Samnel
I Sllllor,Sarah Rule and Hule herHuabalid.Mary
Decker nml Decker her Husband, Mrs. Duukle
nml Dunkle her Husband, a lio reside near Mif
fllnhurgh In the Siale of Pennsylvania.
Von are hereby notified that Augustus Porrlll, Ad
ministrator of the K.lale of David Nlittur, deceased,
on Ihe 30th day of May A. I). IfHIO. fllrd his pelillon In
said I'nuri. alleging that the personal hstale of aald
decedent la Insufficient lo pay nisaouiaanu nisrinm
adiniuistet-lng his Ksutet that he died seized In fee
simple nf the following described Real Esiaie.stluaie
in said Counij of Fairdold, io Out-Lot No. IrW In the
Town of liitliopolla. In Iho Cniiniy of FalrAeld and
Stale of Ohio, aforesaid; that Ann England (formerly
Anu Killier, Wife of aald dnoeaaed,)aa Widow, laeu
tilled In dower In aald preinisos. and that, they as his
heirs-at-law hold 11m nest estate of inheritance there
Ill. Tbe prayer of said petition Is for lha assignment
oT Power lo asid Ann England and for sale of aald
preinisea, subject to aald Oower Estate, for tha pay
ment er Ihe debts and chargoa aforesaid Said reil
unn will ha for hearing on ihe 9th day of July, A. D.
IHol), oraasoou Ihoreailer as may he.
' AUGUSTUS I.. PKRRII.L,
Administrator of said Slitter, deceased.
VtaoiL E. Khiw. Attorney.
May 31, iefiU-4wHpf3 TS
TRSRRBVannonnaa to my aid enstoniera.and tha
I public generally, that I hara re -opened my OLD
BRICK YARD, North of Uaeaatari and will supply
Brick of tha very hest quality, at rrr fair prices.
Give your old Mead a call. DAVID COWTJEN.
Lancaster, May 3l,lt)0-0U
A Vnlnablo Fat-m for Sale.
rTVI B suhscrlher offers at private sale a DKSIRA
I HI.K KARM. situate In Waahlnllnn Township,
Plckawav Cotinlv, Ohio, three and a half nillea Kaal
nf rireleirllloiand one half mile North of tbe Lancae-
terturnplke. Said Farm contains 90 acres UOacrea
JS ol wniCIl IS improve,!, an.i iiiv uaiuu.-a 'r
fcal OOOll TIM HKR. Uporrtbo improved part F,';';'
Is a GOO I) TWO-STORY RRICK DWKL-JtaUL
l.ixn HOilfiR -and out-hnlldlnaa alao of brick, two
wells of good wafer, a young orchard of 110 tree of
choice grafted fruit, and agood Fiona ftuary.
For further particulars, address or eall an the anb
serlher.al Lancaster, Ohio; or kZEKlEL MORRIS,
nearClrelevtlle. JOHN 1 OOLE.
Lancaster, May IT, 180 Ams7
Notice of Partnership.
TOTICB la hereby given, that 8. B. BICKFORD A
I.. H. OLDS bavo this day associated themselves
togsihor In Ibe buslns-s of, aud pcr,alnlng to a Wool
len Factory, to be allied the LANCASTER WOOL
LEN FACTORY, Lancaster, Ohio, under tha Arm
homo of HICRFORD Ai OLDS. Tbe business of mid
Arm will he conducted at the Factory aland formerly
occupied bv Bickford At Davis, where the old custom
ersof Bickford di Davis and the public generally ara
respectfully luvlted to call. s. H. n;i ItraKD,
May 10.1P60 Sw7 L. n OLD.
STINCHCOMB & CLARKE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OPFirR-Tallmadfa Block Second Story Flrat
door to the right at the head ofthe Htalrs.
J. W.STIfsCHCOMB. R.JIa CLARKI
April 1.1890- 3tf
IHPI10VEB CHAILV PUMP!
T HA VB REMOVED MY SHOP from ray former
l sisnd nn Broadway In Lancaster, to my residence
nee and a half milo Eaat or town , on the pike, whara
i.am manufacturing my Improved chain pump, and
win on oraereoasuonaoiice, sns wninn "uhk
tlrsn. ISAAC BRRNNAMAN.
TTrP.S. Don't fnrrelhtsolaeeofbualneaa.GleaT'a
Row, on Mala Street, one door West of lha Hocking
valley aaaa. kaataaiar.apni irov m,
Mngic Li tu mm l.
For SALE ATTH ''AZr:tTf rFM r
Tbaaa four remedies of DOCT. WHITK. (of cincta
nail.) bare never bee a rivaled. In tho relief and cure
of Cronte Dlsaasea. Mora especially Petoale Weak
nesa Airaetlnnaof th Chest. attended with Cnugb
debility from Imperfect action i-rthe l.rver. e. Tha
Indian Compound alone, baa probably saved tha Uvea
of mora yoang girts, than eng remedy ever vended.
aa a paient meutcmc. i nosa wno nse jjoci. woitat
fl na ana Liniment. Barer na au outer.
uneaater,prii a, tews i
thousands ara iitly ifraklng ta the palae af
B R t BtTOIIII
and whyl bacanaa It asear fait a e mftri tRareafaae
ni nlitf whe (Iran in lime. It ansae If by magic,
aod eaa trimt afeae will conriuee you thai what wa
say It trua. It contains
NO PAttKGORlC OA oriATC
of wy kind, and tharafora rallerea br rrasevfa gAa
aagTsriaga efyoorehild, lasie-ad nf by aTaadeam st
ssaaieiiirtea. ror mis raaaon, li rouimenas lueii aa
the eaf rsfteaft preparation now k nown for CAifdrsa
7 sita .avtarraaa, iTvssafsry, tvrtpiagta las Bess
;.jfciVils(s (tessaca, ITIad, Cefef i' Head,
and Creap, alao, far aoitanlrf tba gums, reducing In
Aamallon, regulating tbe Bowels, and relieving pain,
Ithaaao aqual being an anti-spaamorilr U ta used
with unfailing success In all eases of C'ise er
a(rr( As you raluetba life and health of your
rblldran, and wish to Sara thara from those sad and
bllgbtlnf eoaaeqaencaa which ara certalr to rasntl
from tha uaa of narcotics of which tha atha.' remedlea
for Infantine t'onplalnta era composed, taka nooa
butDH.KATON'.l INFANTILE CARDIAL, this yeu
can atLt upon II Is perfectly harmless, and cannot
Injure tba aaoel delicate Infant. Price,.', cents. Fall
directions accompany aacb bottle. Prepared only by
CHURCH di t'L'PONT,
No. 400 Broada),)iew York.
pas po;tf eol JB aap -paaonoj Xiwmis aq tenia
suoiiaaiip aqieaeaj S e -a -ojj eai tiuitiiyuj
Mpmti pua aeapiw 'aweraojeg netiduw -asaeyaf
joh -anti joj saoitsaiip inioeds aos 'sa
-ya.jj -eusjisf 'tsiafasjj timj mi ! ! 1 1
iiiaieJ oof uia no taq raqt oa 'auitaiooiioaqi otut
ieiaipamai paiuao pVicy A aeyaj a 11 ootidios
-qs joj poJdwd ipsojaotfi wiiitiit(J 10) ' sg
' taiTa'aBa Jai7 JOJ 'goS -ei)J)Jrf rM' pu(
ii,jr raaaa.i asa-jsel usuu lutsua sxtwdai'S
siaajf lW joj pna,eitrsdd-7,Jja'gea
.ndt(I lot WR ft 1 slma 't "S asa auaie'eana
.a3 Satonpai sa7 jo aajyj aqt jo Jaaataqa uau
.oajia see iaaiiiseja; tri'D aa """ir
.auajgip U pooiq aqi jo suapBep aqto) pdapa
tit ajeqj -rsoonv Saqsaotea ri aonaq ijoaax not
oodn pepanoj tl OOOS iTOfftfl aqi -8 apaiu aJ
noi pua eetseepu jp aeaqt iidda -pooia jo emqoi
pat aqi ni eepnepigep 'uiaiJoeaonwiiBi jaaau) pug
aa pua anjojoa 'tadndsii 'iuduioo -loan
uonduinsuoa mojj Suuajjna uoajod ajopoomaqt
eisa v "OMYfJNFXS RflMX It eejaoo jo aaaia pua
t,uaaiaa leiiuesae ian,n hii-
Snaq aoda poog uutnnq If 1JMJT
Sold by CHURCH at DCPOXT, Drugglsu.
No. 400, Broadway, New York.
And all respectable Druggist throughout tha country
Jaauary ), lftAO ly37
Weighing from TOO to i.tOO pounds,
taneaster, February t7,lSM8 J, C.W tiAVIB
THKuhdarslgnadhara purchased and pat In eou
plete repair tbeabnre mills, situated on tha Caaa
footof Broadway, whara they ara prepared ta da
ALL KINDS OF GRINDING,
DCCKWUKAT F LOU it, CORSt iTIEAI.
and arary rarlalr or Merchant ana l osiom wore.
Tbeywlll warrant their work to ba equal to tba baat
done In raimein county, ann onpaine apairvw
aomraodataararybody. They hoea to merit aad re
eetvea liberal share of public patronage.
October W,lS-Mtf K.aJJ.OlMY.
or coi-cniBCs, omo,
Canaalldatoal Doeanaber 1, 1830s
Tit ajiOalfaa fa asw Ue faryaat. aaeet Ikeraaur at
aractteaf la fat sosril tf autaeee tr ,'! tf aay
JafsrcaaeUa CsUags fa lAa Slttt.
DAILT UtCTTJetBS aa thaoretleal and pracllcal
Book-Kaeplng, Commarcl.l Uw.Pollilcs Kn
omy.Caaiaarctal Sihlaa. Corraapoadaaaa.
lice. Penmanship, Aa., by man of txporiawa in their
P ThaDIP A ta In ao eaaa given to any Orado.ta
who laaotaoapauatto keep the books of any bu.l-
,'Ttasle0rf!iada.ls-TJauallytakeaan apt pupil
fro s1l wMks. Can enter at an, time, aa
?WO.""'Sebolar.blJ.. Book. B.ard-
Collvreelaihe United Staiaa. , ..
March S,ISo-4itf ' Coloobna Oh,