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CUnKE KOOKEN SUTPHEN,
J..f'lflo (f rflvrjiir,ivn4i
' t m :
j.-O V V I O 10- .
Tallmadg e Hlork Third Mwrr--1he
l.ft at tba Head at the Ntalrs.
THURSDAY,'' - r : AUGUST , I860.
ARRIVAL8 & DEPARTURES OF MAILS,
" At l.aacatr,-Hr Hallroa. ,
Can going Watt.,., II IK A.M.
Car. golug Kait 1 IS P. M.
Accommodation going Weil ..........7 IS Y. N.
Thlt Train, on Saturday ntghl, lay over at Lincnt
ter, and returnee He trip on Sunday Kvoiiing at above
Accommodation going Kail S 5U A. M.
Tbit Train, o Hetoruay uiirui.iavi over at Lancas
ter, and totnmei Uatrlpon Monday Moralng,Mbove.
Bjr Coaches. ."'''
To Columbua every day, oxeepl Sunday l 8 A.M.
Arrivni at LancaeMr 1 1. M.
To Logan, every day.eicepl KunUaj l....O A. M.
Arrives at Laucattor a....6 P. M.
Accoiuniodulioiieach day, ar rivet di d partial 18 M.
On HnraebacH.
To Baltimore, nrrlvea and depart! every Tuctday
arid Fridav.
To !tnvsalam, arrlvea and departa ovary Tuesday
and Friday.'
To Cluarport, overy Thuriday night, and roturna
Friday nlghl
To Carroll, arrivei and departa every Tnoiday and
Friday nlghlt. at7 o'cloe
To kuihrllle, every Tuesday and Friday at 11 M.
aud relurm tame evening,
Hon. V. B. Hotton.
Tlqn. V, B. ITortoh, our candidate for
Congteas opent part of Thursday, Friday,
and Saturday of Ust week with his friends
in this county. Mr IIorton is much be
loved by the people; ol Fairfield, and 'his
visit Ueie accomplished great, goou. -iitu
honest faoo and noble bearing inspired his
friends with conGdcnco and courage! while
they filled ilie enemy wiilj twor and dis-
.may, , j j 7 T T 4 1
On' R May 'evening "after air. tttm
hud concluded hie remark?-, Mr. Hobton
being loudly culled for, came forward and
made a short, but eloquent speech. He
will control the entire opposition of this
county Whig, Anglican and 1 Reput lican.
Unless we greatly miscalculate tho gray
headed man (Mr Uorlori) will beat the
whitd-beauVd" boy" (Hr.' Martin) with
case in the coming strdgglo. ' "f
. tiifc Oldest Inhabitant. The poor
told Court Iloueo, like Aloiphron, has
gone through fire, and water, and air, and
Corne oaf abpre ground.1"' It has" been the
butt ; o unnumbered jte, it litis been
peltedwith Btoncs. and., bespattered with
circus b.lls, it lias been stunned by light
ning1 and Btuttir) oratory, but it stai'dsl
It is now about to be scalped ana re-rooi-ed.
We noticed a man on its top ycater.
- .1." mrt'ininfTflioTrincr tho shinglf. off With
a grubbing-hoe.
.o.. ' - '
' ' SrTlie' ctmtest for place bo'cro llio
Dcmoeralid primary election, lo bo held
next Satuiday, is being intensified as the
time approaches. Tho great struggle
seems to be bpob Slieiiffa.
The battle has narrowed, itself down
between Jist Weaves, the favorite or the
fossil if erou remnant of tho "Red Lodge
Clinuei" and Jisi Miller of the people
But little foresight is required to divine
the reeulli The dynasty of the lied
Lodeere W Vnded. Their candidate wil
be badly beaten. Tho Democratic masses
Will nominate Miller, liiumpliaLtly and
with ease. '.'
Jim Miller is ttio man Republicans
will have to beat this fall. Lot us then
to the work at once.
. Ei-Gov, ;hntic' flpeeeh.
The meeting of tb "Lincoln Club," of
Friday night last, was the largost and
most respectable political gathering we
have seen in Lancaster for years. The
speech of our worthy Ex-Governor, lion.
Salmon P. Chase, whs able. A clearer ex
pose of Republican principles; ft mote for
cibly vindicatim of right; a more scath
ing rebuke lo wrong waa never delivered.
Mr. ' Cn arb traced -with great ability the
history of the 'present issues, showing
clearly that the policy of the government
had been changed, the principles of the
fathers abandoned, and every right made
to bend and every interest to yield to the
demands of the slave power, He showed
thai the fathers were averse to slavery ex
tension, and early took steps to inhibit it:
that this policy had been gradually chang
ed as slave labor became profitable, and
the South began to feel the necessity ol
increased political power until the senti
ment of free labor was almost crushed
out and slavery' came to be justified on
high, moral grounds; and how the fice men
of tho North arose to assert their rights,
to roll back the wave of aggression upon
itself. He exposed the fallacy that there
could l e a property in man;. and, bist of
all, laid bare the utter absurdity of ''squat
ter sovereignty," and exposed the "false
prttenetk" of the Douglas Democracy. He
showed . how parties were divided upon
the slavery issue... , The Breckinridge men
of the South favor slavery extension, claim -ii.g
'.hat slavery exist, in the Territories
by virtue tiif the Constitution. The Re
publicans oppose "its extension into teiri
tories now free, and the Douglas party, a
sort of a go between, are indifferent
ns to wneiner ".lavery is yo(eu up or
voted down.'-.. r ."' .
Upon tlid' while, ;Mr. Ciiase's fpeecli
was most." able, eloquent, 'and well timed.
few such efforts would go .iar WwardB
the redemption of this, the most benight-
d political region in Ohio. : ."
THE PRINCE OF WALES.
Now that the Prince of W.lea bat ar
rived, and all the todies re gone deuun-
ted. we art determined not to be outdone
by Frank Leslie, Ac, and lave therefore
sent out at an
, " ENORMOUS EXl'EN'SK." '
a large corps of ... . ... . . ,
" TALENTED ARTISTS."
The Prince of WaTbS life Size.
1 J
View of Buckingham Palace and Windsor
Forest.
aC!Z ZllCilw HuII
Interior view of the Prince's Room.
Perry Comity Democrucy.
The Democracy of Peiry county aro
Ercatly distracted. The county seal queB
tiou stems tor. have divided ibenvbeyqn
tho nossibililv of re-union. We learo
; thai T,K Co?,? jr.' feeling himself ,ag
grieved by the Cuurse of tho Deinocrati
press in Soraersetj has determined to is
Section of the Prince's Leg and Arm-
, (Magnifii'd.)
His Watch.
ruanafiiiit W-i
ayiug ot the Corner Stone or the Pirns
' nntville Academy.
TI16 cciemony of laying the Corner
Stone of the "Fairfield Union Academy,"
at rieasahtvllle, came off on Tuesday last.
It Wds a great day for Pleasant township.
Between two and three thousand of the
best boiib'' and "fairest daughters" of
Old Fairfield were thcro to witnoss the
ceremony, all rcjoi. ing in the good work
bcinK inaiifiiiraldd all zealous in tho
ause of education.
Tho spreclics of tho occasion were elo
quent and approptiato. We haard those
of Messrs. Cornell, Sciileich, and Rev.
Galbbaitu, and it is but justice to Uiofo
gentlemen to say that they did themselves
great credit, manifesting a deep inteiest
and commendable zeal in the "good cattBe'
of education.
The citizens of Plcasnnl township, and
especially those who nretnore immediate.
ly interested in the success of tho Acado
my, deserve much credit for their energy,
perseverance an J liberality. For-the
public dinner ptovided. and the abundance
f good thingsof Tuesday last, tie publio
owe them a debt of gratitudo they will
never be able to discharge.
In tho erection of their Academy, the
citizens of Pleasant township will rear for
themeclvesa mQnument that will do them
honor when the marble erected to mark
their last resting place shall hare crumbl
ed into dust,
The investment they' have made in that
institution will return to them with ten
fold increase not in dollars and cent, but
. Arrival of tho Prince.
Dog presented to the Prince at St. John's,
Tho Chair id which the Trinco sat at Hal
ifax. (It is beyond all doubt the
Btitomont boin confirmed by the press
of England and America that at this
city the Prince danced with a Lady J
Doaflas Htetlai-.
On Saturday nigbf of last week, oar fol
low citizen, J. M. Conoell, Ecj., replied
to the speech of Ex-Governor Chase af
tar the Dooglu sort which wan no re
ply at all. We had feared, from the pa
rade of hand bills, and the boantiog of
Mr. Coonell'l fcicnd that the able and
truthful speech of Mr. Cbaee woiiM be
completely ' wiped out by the DougUs
champion, but to our great disappoint
ment and delight, Lr. Cuunell voritmvert
ed no statement of fact, answerrd no con
clusion of logic made by th Governor.
Mr. Connell'S speech was mutely dec-lam
atoiy, 01 rather denunciatory, ini while
it pleased the Democratic mUjIo, putting
Mr. Connell a peg higher in the estima
tion of a large portion ol hi a party, yet
the- intelligent portion of his an li.jnce
those who heard and appreciated tl e mas
terly and dignified effort of Friday niglit;
those who' hive some knowledge of the
character and history of thu issues that
now divide the public, must haveseen how
far short of a rrplif Mr. Contiell's eflort
was.
The abuse heaped upon Mr. Chase was
most unworthy Mr. Conntll and most un
called for. It was. however, in perfect
keeping with the Douglas Democracy of
this county and would only hare been tol
erated by a Democratic crowd.
We have no mom, this week, for ex
tended comment upon Mr. Council's
speech. We ehould be crlad to answer it
word by word. There is no tolerably well
posted echool-boy in the land who could
not overwhelm Mr. I'onoeU's speech in
every point not but that Mr. Council
managed his case with shrewdness and
skill, but that he was engaged in a cause
without foundation in truth, principle nr
justice.
I.isloriCepuhHrnu .tliKi !tIortiiiK
for the 11 Hi 4:ongTeloiiul Dii
flirt.
MjArthnr, Vinton county, Monday,
Aug, 27. Sherman and Hon, V. B.
Horton.
Pmomv. AT .. ........ T.....1.I. An..
20 Sherman and Horton.
Athens, Athens county, Wednesday,
29 Sherman and Horton.
Logan, Hocking county, Thursday,
Aug , 30. Sherman and Horton.
New Lexington, Perry county, Friday
Aug , 31. Sherman and Horton.
Lancaster, Fairfield county, Saturday
cpt., I. Sherman and Horton.
I)C iTlarkctff.
LANCASTER MARKET. '
CorrtcltJ wttkly by Wygum & Lyjns.
Coffee 18tOc Sugai I0llo
Eggs 8 Molaflses M
Lard 10 Salt 81 75
BaeonEfiSlOc Butler. iO
Wboat per bushel 80($35
Flour per barrel, 84 75t5 00.
Corn 35o 0t 26c Barley 70a
Potatoes x&aUOe.
Fish per half l.arrel, Whits 85 ?j;
Pickerel, 86 00; Bas 5 00.
. m e J -
NEW YORK MARKET.
Nkw York, Aug. 7, ICCO.
FUr-SulM of 14,600 brli at 5 15.
6 20 fr superfine State; 52o5 45 forx
tra State; 510it5 2Ofjreupirlie Western.
Of tlm sales about 1,000 brls for export.
Rye Flour steady t 3 50a4 20 for common
to choice supAifitie.
Whfat-Silesr.f 31.000 bush Milwaitkie
dub "at I 2"il 57, C50 buvhcboioe white
Kentucky at I 45; fi'15 white Michigan at
i 40; 650 bush mixd Michigan at I 30.
Rye steady; tales of 6,000 buih at
81c.
Com more active; sales of 03.600 bri.
at C2tG?J f.r sound uiiiel Western.
WHM!
SHOP ScoflldCdrir,Milo n4 Calais ta UrMta.
Uacair,iua 7, liwo ltiif
ano
CO1i OIL LAMPS
WITH CHIXXeVS AS l) LAMP I KIMMI50n
j.u.r.My. at th CHIXA groKK.
LilKUKr, Julf UjmW-IJlf
FBiilT JftfiS.
ton, lfellow-warc mnd Glass;
improted frm laat ;ar. for aala at In
Luucaiiar. joiy la, iao ii ciiia nvnt.
I HA VI racaltaS a ln lot lb
HEW AIR TIGHT FRUIT JAR.
Ta., an-oftb. VKM.OW WAHX, aJ will """'r
aparcadathalia, r aiona Jara, i aaaooal el Salaf
alr tlghi, and fraa from curroaloa' orru.C
COFI'Eft'WAlit. THfiiw-AllfSj
Geletsi rtorlte FlirlBlnr Eatabllahmeat,
UUtvUttft. AMi
Sf6Ve-Mpl andShect-Ir6h Wbfk
u tuorflar.
fJFOUTlNQ ASD TIN-ROOFI50
CHINA STORE.
Williani A. Steu'art,
IN GREENE'S BLOCK,
Oppoalta ib Tallmadge Hauit,
Kay ilwaji on hand a lar(a totk ot
AND QUEENSWARE,
Table Catlcry, Spoons, Wuitcrs,
BIRD CAGES, dec, Ac.
An J a! way in racaipt fil aomathlnf saw.
I.ti.ca.iur, July ii, iwj--isu
UALTHfiRE MARKE'f.
Baltic ki, Au-jr. 6.
Flour Firm and advancing; Howard
Street at 6 624.
(iraui Wheat buovanl; whito 1 4()a
I 6j; ie.1 1 20j135 Corn firmer and ad
vanced 2c; white bOnOOc; yellow 70a73
Whiskev Firm at 21.
PHILADELPHIA MARKET.
PHILADELmlA, Aug. C.
Four Firm at 5 5)a5fJ2t.
Wheat -Steady at I 45l 53 for white
and 1 30 for Trd. Corn 70a72.
attanded la at ihort aotlca.
Laneattai, May II, IrWl 4
JOHS WOKK.
ri.B.&J.A.IIUiTERy
DEALERS IN
DRUGS AMD MEDICINES,
Shitflcr'aCAraet, LahfcaMer, bitlo.
WI naiaon band, for aala, a aifcica lad wall ta
inted Stock ol
Drnii, !tfdlelut Pln1a, Ollsj Dyr
Staffi, Patent Jicai-lna,Perf
ry ,TalltArtlr.lcitfraacrUiMtd.ae.
iu addition In' UieaUota, e data alan acbot4 and
alactod SWrk ft
VMM
MASONIC CALENDER
ItERlTAU MKETIJIfi":
.ANCAKTKR t.opGF.So.57 July at.ltr.D
KsCAJiPMBM , so. ....auxi .
July 15, lew. a. STHIXMAX. Kacnrdar.
IMEW FRUIT JAR.
IOPPHR FOR SAI E tho !fF.W GLASS FRUIT JAR
wlilch ctna. al Uia top with a .crow aad lodla nio-Ui-i
lnj, wblca piftilyai-.todj tba atr. II ! at
nKi ilia mull parfact ana aaaivai manajco ;ar yei ia-
vvaled. Coma and axaoiina laeoi.
I.aaeattar. Jnty 19, 1S60 litf
BD 5sFn.s-aati.OJE
AND ALL OTHERS
INTERESTED IN GOOD FLOUR.
S. KETCWUM
mil AT aid Millar Jtara'oat ihanyder Steam
I n 1 1 1 1 at the South and ot Broad way, ar Ilia
vroollrn Factory, wbara b hope to a all btl old
cuntimen - aud ba would ty to tom, that ba It Terr
liiahklul for their fonnar catreoir, bJplrathay will
xftm tjrtilni inlr gnnoiiil. na n nuwni
Ol. tha Mill la piodcfler.an witt Jo all Inhlipow-
ur. to riva erary ona fon rionr, apa a irooa iaro
nu-.t.ht IciUn.i, to (ra bi own aliaDllon to the
Mill, in 1 rrtui all rrlittlbal romf Vjon at pomi-
Lauoartar, Ohio, July H, IKu 4wl
Embracing tioarly r Very article ntnally kepi In a ra
la; I Grocery F.itablinhwanl, Toallofwblch we r
paclfullj iBvlteiliiatwniton ofc-aah iurcbar.
n. n ol V A. nuiai
Uncaltor.MareliOT.WI 7tf
Tour of the Trince through Canada.
iuea Darjer in opposi ion to the ''Union." lin tho glondus consolation of h.ving dono
It is said Mr. Cox Is determined to ru.'i good-in tho merry footstep oftlieir chil
or divide the Democracy of his county. .drcn going up to wl.-tdom
. Wo sincerely hope he may succeed, not
only in ' dividing" his pirty, lui in keep-
' ing it diliided. !.-.
... - i . .- ' '
XirOu the first piige of ihis weok's
pftptr will be found tho List of Premiums
to be awarded at the coming Fairfield
County Agricultural Society, to he held
on Wednesdayj Thur3dy, find Friday, the
10th, 1 1th and 12th of October fiext.'
It wiil be seen that the amount of prcmU
ntas to bo awarded this year, exceeds that
of any previous one 8?O0.
, Patsnt Cidkr Mill. Mr. J. iJ.ckel U
agent for Steven's Patent Cider Mill and
Press, Which is siid to be far supeiior to
any of (h numerous patents riow in use.
We lento that Tie of the above presses is
in operation at Atrani Stutzman's near
Came Sttion. Farmers w'ould doWell to
. call and examine this patent before pur
chasing elsewhere.
.... . .
l-yAt the annual m'eeting ol Ihe Fair
field County Riblu So. iety tire following
gentlemen were elected office re for the en
suing year: - .
President Dr. Geo. KacffmaK.
Secretary S. P. Sfrucum. ,
Treosnrer Joseph Work, Jn.
Board of Manairers John Work, Thoe.
Older, John D. Martin, John Bainey, and
Einapuol Qiesy.
Dnrintr the rear the Society bas re
ceived from contributions and tsale of
books ?29S95. ; ; (.' -v
Paid agobtof Parent gooiety, $290 10
" Paid freicht, ic, 18 86.
Has books remaining on hand $21 1 87.
By order oi oocieiy.
S. P SpmcHEBBeeretary.; t
, ' ' ' ' '
"NoM Carolina bas gone fotBrcck
Jnridira kv s majority of about 8,009.
Wttrt it the JJouglai party ir tkt old
North JSfattf -Will out friends of tht Ohio
Egle inform us!
The Klection of f'ranit ltlitir.
The following correspondence' .by teV
Distant View of Cincinnati, by the
Prince. .
n:. o. u u-
f1!UKITY LODGE, Xo. 7, maeta arery on.:ay
nii-KHOCKISO ENCAMPMKNT, Xo.ec, mean
Sdand tihThartday Kireuiajre lu aacb iimntb.
Lancaitor, april IS, IBou
111 Fairflcltl Ciiantv Court of Com. Pl?aa.
Cnr Kauraan, Plaliitll.igaluat John H TeiioaBt,
Ueicudanl,
ir.;n tit rtwtiva iarmant Judrmtnt.
. ..... . m ....
THE Dafandaut John II. lennam, iionuo.i
.... .n,iiia iw.li- ihaFlaiutiSaiedloaaid Conn,
hieinollun agaiaat blm. alloning thai al lb Oiti.bar
lenaofiaid Court. IM3, ba rocorered a Jdmeat
araiuil him for SS.OSC Jinjl(l,lBJ l.iv coaia 01 "...
whivli it now dormant, ana nnrccoTareu n.i
lied eiilmr in whola or in part, and piayinr that au
order milil be auterad, raquirin uhl llefendaul to
how cau.a by Oetotwr next, why the cauie jhould nol
be rerlreil arHlinthlm.and eieculioii awarded tbora
on. And llul ucliordorbailieon made by aaid court,
and nli- h l appoiir and aiuwer by Mid day, the
tald Judgment will bo rorl'ed aud "nec itlon awarded
(,r0,, J" 1 .ll.l..,v...-.
AniTiiit -J, k r.wis pt 3 ju
QUEEN CITY
run m
Ormnn .lliH'tlnso.
Our distinguished and eloquent candi
date for Senatorial Elector cn the Keoub-
lican ticket, Fred. Has?ai:rkk, willaddress
his German fellow-citizens at the follow
ing times and places.
Lancaster, Fairfield Co.,Tnfsday,S(pt.,
4. at 2. P. M.
Logsu, Hoi king CoWedcesday, Sept.,
5, at 2 P.M.
Mc Arthur, Vinton Co.. Thuisday.Scpt.,
G, at 2, P. M.
2Ccro -Vbucrtiocmcnts.
View of England, as seen by the Prince
and by every Englishman.
ProViwcd the Preaidealinl Kloctlou (Joc
latoCongrea.
Prom tho New York Times.
Agreeably to the Constitution, when
the returns from the several electoral col
leens htxve been read by tho Vice-Presi
dent in . the presence of the assembled
HOWARD ASSOCIATION
PHILADELPHIA.
A btnrrnttnt TnHituilon eltablithed ey ipttial F.m-
dnVMtnt, for th Relief of tht Sick anil DiMtr$$$td
afiicteii ttith Virnlmt and Epidtmie liaif and
t tenuity fori nt C'Hrf oj utseaeet oj me arraai w
pan.
MKIItrAT. ADV1CK glren trralli, hy the Acting
Surcmiii.lnallwhoahi.lv by letter, with a de-
acriptlou of their ooudliinn, (age. occupation, hablta of
Hie, we.,) aim in catoaoi oairemo porariy, Maoiciues
lurul.tied rree ot i-barff.
V.AI.I'Altl.K REHOHTS on Supermitorrhoca, an
other nfiea4eaof lha Sexual Orrans,and on tba NBW
KK.Mr.IMKS einidnved tn the liipeuary, wut to lha
nntlclcd in tented letter edvelopet. free of charge.
Two or three ttallipt mr posuice win ne nocepianm.
Addrett. Dr. J. SKI I. I.I.N IIOtlQilTON.AciinirSur
cenu, Howard Attocintioii.No.il South Ninth Street,
ruiladeipnia, ra, ny oruer oi ine uirermri. .
K. II. HAKTWELL,' Prle'l
OV.O. FAIRCHII.I), iiu-f.
Aug. 9,ieou-lMy.
-, ... .,. n mi i u . lut ui.dvuw
grapir.tjofc piaou yosterday. Detween "'eid anJ i( Bha ,,ave batfn gH
Cincinnati Uommercal and the Missouri , ... , M,ii,ifl.in b a ma.
UDIiAIHVU aair v -
Cincinnati. Aurrnst 7th, ICCO. J . i, a 'n.
. . . , r,. . : . . i comes ina uuvy ui n; v.
Mo. D:ls J' lank.Dlaif certainly! . nl . . lloo. a from ,he three nu-
Democrat:
elticted? What is his niajoritj V Answer
immediatolyi
Cis. Co.
--i.; Sf. Loirs, AguBt 7th, I860.
Cis. Com: Ulsirelected ccrtnin for the
lonrr terni bv about one thousand rtMioritr.
The ehbrl term is very cl6se and still in
doubt, With tfiartces i'h faVor of Darrett;
iiiaii
Ttfn Cortvin la FuyeUe Codutt.
The following are the roso-lmiorrs adopt
ed in Fayette t'ouitly, Saturday last, "at
a latgc and cnthtiaiasuc mass meeting"
of the Republicans, held in Washington:
Resolved. That the zealous and manly de-
f ... nl ilia TlxftiirilinAn nnrlv hv f litV lion.
ni n :i iia ,..:. Minnesota,
nf nontrresssnd his uniform & consistent I Se "ampsliirc,
nntrri of the Hort. Jolin Sherman during er Jersey ,
the contest for Speaker, merits our appro
val and recommendation. '
Jietulved, That we tire Republican par
ly of Fayette county, fn mass convention
atfsemfrled, do without the formality of a
district Convelnrtro-n, nominate the Hon.
Thomas Corwin as oftr oafr.didirte rot Te
eleotiow to- Congress.
merically highest names on tho list the
future Picstdettt. A quorum of two-thirds
is required for this purpose, the delega
tion of each State cusiina a sin do voie;
and the successful aspirant must have a
majority of all the votes. lathe present
Congress the delegations as ihey stand
would unquestionably distribute their
votes as indicated in the subjoined tablo.
Lincoln. I JiKECKENRiDtta.
Alabama.
California 1
Delaware, 1
Florida, I
Georgia,- ' 1
Louisidiia', 1
Mississippi, t
Missouri, 1
Oregon, f
South Carolina, 1
Texas. . 1
Virginia, 1
CITY HARNESS SHOP!
t. 6. DAVI3. fc. I. WATTS;
DAVIS fc WATTS,
.i (tit roomi roeentif occupTca w i. w. iw mr
tln' row, rtKpeetfuUy iovii mtintlon 10 tbr
SUPERIOR Stock of HARNESS,
COLLARS. WHIPS, TllUNKS.
Tbalr Stock oomprltai
SILVER. BRASS AND BUCK MOUHTCD HARNESS
Alo Watfitii and Plow Ilnrtieaa.
They aradelarmtncdaotto ba turpi.. ed lathe atyla
and quality of their (oo.lt.
I hey hart alto a I rtmrciirz enop, wnera
BLGY AB CARRIAGE TR1MM1XG.-
illbe dona on abort notiJe. a:.d iu tuparior atyta.
Uncaiter, y 31, leeu lj-J
Administratnr's Sale.
)n Monday the IHlh t ny ot anplH IfBi, ai inn floor
of llie lourt llouee in Lanra'tnr. Ohio, I will of
rf"r lalelbefollowiig- Kenl htlale to-wit: the ."torlh
atlnuarterof teclion So. Ill in Township ISO. 14.01
an0 yo. l!i,eiC0pillir nil) at ret n,.nu
deofiilduiiarleractiiH. the laud to ba aold con
taining 110 ai-ret more or l?rr .
Terms of $t'e une-inir,i inr nirrn-n iwn,
...,l nI, il.. nf tale, one-third Iu one rear, and the
balance in two yeira. with inlerotl oa deferre paj-
menu from day oi we. """ V"'!.1- . , ;.
With the wilt annewd of Jon boot deTc'd.
July 19, 1SU0-3W16,
Jiatlljiijlsji
OF A
mm MOOFACTUaiHG
ESTABLISHMENT;
Til U Laneatter Ohio Manuiaoiuring Lora vnj win
offer at public aale,
oa Thnrtlnv, aniuti ut i'.m
...lni.... in iha city of l.ani-aitei', Ohio, alt
their BulMingt,MaehiuerTjina Bent ttlawjrontltllnir
ofa ThreeHtory Brie Bulfdikw, MS by lie feet, and
a One story Brica nea nuiiom mty "
bolldlliir, by Hl feet, Wllb Brtrl Klln and Boiler
llniitet and a Brick cbiranoy(aa 8U laei Wfh, brick
offlc, and a Crib capable cf Iroldlua 3U.IHIO buthelt of
., i ci-J i..m .vrwrfVnit.t. aiCuated within
thetouibernllmiUof taideliy. Tba enrme la a liar
borie power, wiin two iiuh furtlna puuipt ar.acaeo.
Tba Hiiildluprtand Machinery are atl new, and were
erected and equipped ai a Blari n rcir.
niauilfacturinitof Starch from Indian Corn, but coiild
...jii .n.l.k....l em.verled into a manufai-tiir-
inr atiabllehoiaut lor oiner purpnaoa. ':--(luou
the nreraitel It a powerfuf and nerer-tiT n
Kiiring. of nitre water, capable l furultbinK 6,uu to
in no,. i,.r..i.ri.ara waur every twenty four hour..
HIJUUl li UULI1
Ctrier ff FoiirtK and Tine trcc,
OPPOSI TKTHli PiOST OFFICE,
( inrinnall, itaio.
NIXOS?! SKW SIX HTORT BUltDlUG.
rliarlaafArl lMfl
f f F.I.D to b the mmi ttiroutQ Comnltrfiit Cot
IE 'n lhe L'"io" 'Courto nt ttutly embrtft
mtire ibo that of irfy o(e Commoiclat Colioit.
F.tclul power of swart-trig dip! o him tidf vttad
iu a Boar J of Kfatainr, its fraduttes iUiid nic
cuununli mtbe turstmotl nrtk. Ju paruntnu not
tix"jlti.d In ili nstlont. or flnitb. l.octed to ib moil
aclir and faiibtotiAliU tUorwurhfwe at lb ccntril
lenului of tt.e it tret raitwayt.
Direct!.,
MILES GREFNWOOD. OFH. 8- F. CARKY,
IlUaN. J. L VAITIKR, . KKV. JR. !. M. .VISE,
JUUGE SLXROX H. TILDES.
Richard elont Ambor of "N!vn' Mar
can til Arifbiaelic," friucipal wf Arittirnrtie Depart
mtit;
.fumri .TI. Waller, lat AMoeiat Principal
of l.artlott's t'uUffd, hriuciput tiuokocj iug It bart-
U illiflin Allan Wilier fa!Suprrn(ndrrit
Pen tit a n of Iron City CuIIcik, fnneriy f liarllelt',
JriiR'ijal of Femnanttip lie pari iiumiI.
I !) prluripul. Iiaii-if Men for year at lha hfttri of
their r4priir rlepirliufifl It. the principal inttilu
liuu of tb clH In liiiawniilr j, idcd ty a trp$ of
dittingnitht 4 tetr triy CtMuLnie I, -?ueoO City i.'.il
lire.all lit wL-ellunre aod imprvempntt that Uit
thua far been developed in ccnan.t trial i3uratiou.
(iotnt a countniitarr atrayt lo dwenanJ at tatarieM
frm fMdUtu $W. Mudeuuulr at uj lime. No
Inters, nto v alio ii.
Kfiid imruediaiely for poriioeFaol f euiaDitiipaa4
IrcuiMracHittainlnir full partlralart.
Ac dxeai, (lurloauiff its cenli.l
HATS & CAPS,
ilUt. SMrVtiliFaY.
In ilie Tallmade Black, neit elaorfa
the entraaae tw mc lintel,
HAS RECEIVED 1IHK SPRING BToCH OP
mm aud
of llie flneit qualilft and huat atyUa; iucUdin a
large variety of
RTIi AAV GOODS:
at- of whieb h- in f llinf r rahjitLar3tintt' prlrei.
Sh dounulnva it u h rivui-o, cniir in aijitf
or pr.cei. laaDcastr, My 17, IPfHJ 3in7
Ti M V iT. "
DR. WAGRMlALg
nAS remoTed bit off re io tne Shteflht Block, two
rinnr. Author M. H. Hiintert flrurl'tOTe.
Ketldenee--Scroltold HiiJMIng: SorJi aettcorfierof
Mailt and f olornhn. firntt'.i; ,
Laneatter April s. jeou. jiui.
Dissolution of Prtnership.
rwiHE Partnerthlo heretofore OTLtlnebatweeaBIM.
I EOM H HICK FOR II ft JOHN C. DAVIS lathe
Lanraaier woollen Paetory, Laacatterublo, It b mn
tual content, thit day dimolred. The bookt and ae-
oonnlt nftaid Htm are intra postettion oi tsw Bna
enn H. Ric kford. who if authorized to collect and ii
tletheaecomtlt and b'utliieitofaaid flrrn. He will be
found at atl timet at the niece of battaeas. formerh
oei-UDied bytaid firiA. All persona Indebted to laid
firm are ren eated te tome forward and make Imme
dlate payment. Kt.HKUX B. BJI KFOKi),
aiay iu, lewi jii jvrn.-. w. m.
Connecticut,
ImliAiia1,
Iowa,
Maine,
Mitfl9itcliu8tj(ts,
Micliigan,
Special Older, No. 5.
flond dnarlert, lat Brigade, 7ln Uir, O. H. A 0. V, it
I.tar-MTci, Auguitl, 1N1I1.
rilllEtiUAI.IFlEn RI.KRTOKS of Comnanr "F
I First Hrieade aforetaid, are hereby commahdeif
Masteinbieut their armory in bancanur.
On I t-ldar, AiiRiiat Tt 18(111,
and after cliootlnr three quililied etectori
(oue of whom lhall be the hlithe.l ollicer in
rank nretent. not a candidnlo) to act a
Jit.lK'i and one qualided elector to act at
Clerk nrtnld. election, proceen oeiweuu in.
,,,.... of in a'eloi-k A.M. and 3 o'clock H
m in elect una Kuroud Lieuleuanl and one
Third Lieutenant oftnld fonipauy, lo till
il,n vHetiiclut ncea.ioned bv the liromolion
o'f Second Lie'iitenaiit Stafford, aud the retinatlon of
Third Lieutenant Hire. Said election will berondurl
ed iu all renpeil" In accordance with the Iji eaaK"
rulaiioiit.ttovorning me Minna ana ii J"
tla of the Slate. Bvorderof Brt(t. Oen. N. Sclilelcb.
tlaoi tin mui h BAshK BriK MJor
Jincatief, Augitil S, 1M0 3wl8
'ajBoxa.aM SaToCAco.
1tOT10K It hereby given, that a petition will bepre
Iw .i..i i. ihe I'onimlttionen of Faimeld couuty,
on the Firtl JHeadaa of Se(efrarit, praylnt for Uie
vacation orto mncll Ol uie roau leaouiK iuhiu-.-
ii.A.n.,Vf ruindlairnnallv thrnuch the Wett
l,.lf,f Knction Fiftoon. and the Korthea.1 corner of
Section SIXleeo In aaid ccunt J.
A ugusl J, lHoil-5w 18
X2T86 Geo. W". PftATt's new arlvcr
tiaonent in onotbor column. Boot, Shoe
and LeatVisr Store, under the hardware
store of J. C. Weaver.- Ha pledget bim
eelf to sell excellent work very low.
X" Franeis A. Hoffman, who' Was
nominated by Ihe Republican State Con
vention of Illinois for lieirierJrat Governor
and who published his intention tc with
draw, lias it is understood, in accordance
with the resolutions passed at two Con
gressional Conventions, concluded to'
withdraw hit resignation aqd consented
(d:rixri as the candidate for that toffiotvt
tW Another heavy rain-storm, accom
panied by terifio thunder and lightning,
paesedover Springfield, Illinois, on the
4th lust., completely demolishing a num
ber of buildings, among otners a carriage
manufactory, demolishing a large number
of valuable carriages. A number of un
finished buildings in various parts of the
oitv were blown down. No lives were
lost.
New York,
Ohio,
PenusylVarfia',
Khoita Island.
Vermont. 1 Total, 12
WiiOonsin,-
Tsta.. , :
Illinois Would vote" for Douglan rfnd
TaniwaSeO for Boll: the delegation from
i Ark ah sab is divided between Dougla9 and
BreckBirridge? thoW ffCm Ken tuckr,
Mtrytnd tfnd Nonh Caiohns ate equally
divided, Bell on the one hand,and a Dein
pcratjon the other. The Vote in the
ilousi would therefore stan'd thusf
finenW. 15 Bell. 2
Breckinridge, 18 Equally divided, 3
Dousrlas.- 1
' roiai, . oj
It is hot at all likely that Kansas will
be admitted in advance of the election,
ao that ! 7 votes onlv will be required to
elect, tl U certain-that, in the event of
July 5, iwci fj
Clueca City Colk-fe, L'iacinuati, Ohio.
14
STINCHCOMB &' CLAEKE,
ATTORJIETS AT LAT,
OPriCR Tallmadse Block Se'enad Slery Fint
doortothe rtghlal ma neaooime ataira.
. W.rlTlflCHCO.n B. R.Jf. CLARHF
jptni.i-3tf
a xv. iMtArTS
LEATHER STORE,
J. C. WEAVER'S HARDWAEK rtORE
where he hat contdntly oa hind alt klndt of
LEATHER!
MADE TO ORDER.
Ctairse Boots at p 25 pef Pair,
aud other work done in proportion.
CASH PAID FOR HIDES.
Lancaitir, A ugatt J', 1880 Jnjll
failure to elect bv the popular Vote, Lin
coln wiljgo io the House, and it is al
most certain that Breckinridge Will aW.
Whether! Bell or Douglas will be the third
on the lilt is doubtful; but one of the two
oaii id any event be voted for. . , -.
Lincoln will laokbut .ieo votes of an
eleotion: while Breckinridge will lack,
and etthoi Bell or Douglai lack 16V
Ufced, StatlTord & Co.
AT TflE OID STAND OP
ROBERT REEI,
O v MAIX STREET,
Opposite tne Hoctiffgyallcy Efank;
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Prom tne belt materialt, and'a the loVett'eaih price
; COARSE BOOTS AT $3 SO,
and othe, work In Propbrllon mrpoRD 4 c0
Uncaiter.July 3,180-3iuH
I lie above etlabiltblueulll I JCateu on tee "
llocklnit Valley Canal, with a eobttaanei
... .i.-1...-- ....i .. within twaiilv rodaof the
?,...?... ii.. i.-i.,.,..l Wllmimrt.in aad aueKllle
Lllroa.1, and it e very way one of the best '"' t"d
t. i,. i i.- h.,1e w l be aoldala
areatba-rifirtff, and la ell worth the aUenllo and ei-
Hiuintionofpurchaieii. The tormt ol tale will be
made known oft the ilafrT .ale.
P. V. T itlTMt", rren. i.. w.
Lanea.ter.mrkf.July'Jtf.lBW-Swl? -
HEAD Ql'AKIT.ItS,
?t Uiig. "lh Division, 0. M. fe 0. V. &
Lancaster, Ohio, July 24, 1BC0.
Sotciul Order. Xo. 8.
. .. TT0TlCP. la hereby (riven to the ynallned
ir! 1 1 eleclnraol uompaay- n i.ig". ..i."-",
VJ l-irst Hattallon Brlcade aforeaild.to ataimbli
-itiSiit tut 01.1) (MTV HALL, Laneatter, Ohio, oi
sdi ii, v .1.. ,i,ri. r.e iltfilTKT. Ifliili. and tliore, alte
h.tiiii. h,..,.n three oiulided elector! in act as Jodjet
of mid election' end one rfnalilfed elector to aft at
Clerk, who ihull be dply aworn accoruingui law.pm
.u.i t iku .u..ii..it ..i um. r.,niiiii. one Firat Lieu
ti.t,t. nu. ...enr.il Lraotenant. one Third . Lien1
tenaiil.andnneKnaignoftaidCom'pany. Said elec
tion to be conducted in all retpectj acf.irrtiiiR
Uwaand egulUont governuiUie Minna auu ui-
unteer Militia or unio.
By order of Brig. General n. Kcmeicn.
JOHN S. BKASKK, Hrigado Major.
JulySO.IMO 3wl7
IT C R. & T. A.
HTJNNEAVELL'S
UNIVERSAL
COUGH REMEDY
For all Throat and Lung Complaints, from
Common Coughs to Actual Consumption.
11 UNNE WELL'S
.TITSTTAr CELEBRATF.W
TOLU AIMODYIME,
The Natural and 8ute Remedy for all
NERVOUS CorvtPLAINTS
. VAtipMitfiatbrouirh all catei where Otiuu'wat
ever uaed lo'lhat of IlellriumTreiuont, and tho com
mon ehiercaueeoi uiaeaw,
LO'SS Ol' SLEEP.
H...A.i rAntml Aellve Piinelnle ef IHeTolWAno
if lie It a true developinanl of the OrlgTn'ar Aalural
Opiate. In all catea wherever Opium haa beeo uaed
aud lie oanemi tuwi. .nnw., w -1 -
adequately compare the dinortace, and nodecitlon lt
eoual to a trial. Tba Anodyae eonlaint not a particle
ofOiMnm, an the moat dollrate onnttitutlon can uie
it with aafetv, and the peneciiy nanrrai eimie i .."i
and leavet liie Patient thould raconinond It to Pnyil-
clana who have long aougui tne iruru...iirliu..u. .. .
. - u.i ... natural raftuua.
,u raiJ n , . , ,
The hatltof the Univeraal Cough Remedy It that
. . i .ii eMmnnaentawh eh bv the arreat error
In tontpoundlng, proouee eorrpieie lutrn, in....u...
real curet. We place no rettralal en lie nae every
hour In the day. andatkall Petlentelo make It lha
..,! .mini to all Couflit. Throat or uing loo
I.InU hvaaenect rreeoom oi aiiuiica.i.xi.
AGRICULTURAL DEPOT!!
jOStAii AVTitGTtT
la the Agealfoi etl the moat rename tiarvetiara,
MCCORMICK'S
Combined REAPER A MO WfcR,
OaaMnteed the to !a the cfrld;
NEW YORK REAPER,
THE LITTLE GIANT
I iTaillkEt' 0CE irfOBE,
wrrit a stock of
Siinintcr Dry Goods.
CONStiTlNU OP
LAWNS. Fid ORGnNDllo.
LACE DO.) SILK LACE
CAPKS. LATEST STYLES,
A SPLSSDlb' STOCK Of
1 Sue aisrfrtntf nt of
LADIES' FHE IMtESS SHOES,
f.'nittra, riu'lr 4 centa a pair.
the h'iA"t rrfarkel pftee r'air for Better and tigi.
May i;WO-7tf JIMMY LY ONS.
BLOOD FOOD.
llaltkf hamaa Llood ape'nbelnt
JL ! h li X 7a V. O
atwavtsreienU u with the tame ettenttal elementa
anda-'ivaiofeooraelheTKUHbrANliAHD. Antljio
the Blond of a pertoa iuleriug froki Contoniptlon,
Liver Complaint, lijehepilk. kcrofula, and we
And in ererv iu-lance eeruln. denrlenciee in the led
rlotnletof Blood. Suf'tdj thete drlteieaciet.and yon
are made well. The BUtl FOOII it foended apon
lb it Theory hence it" attouithlng tucceta There are
rVE MMWTI
aiia'rXedtotue deffcteiieiei of ihe Blood In differen.
diteatei. For Ctngki. C''.S'-aeii.oraayiirec.
tiea whatever of the TtriM or iaa Inducing Cae
jaiaJOea. No. I.ahlib it alto llieNofor Vefroo
a.eae.irle..at.aei.anil for all jClreai
CJiia(.'aritiugi?"'a trr-., ,.r., v....,,
arfd JV-el PreKratiea. 5i i. for Liter Coiealcia'e,
No 3. fof nittp'M'e- Being alreaoy prepareo invao
aori.tlno it it 7'a't y tirne. and earned immediately
Into the cife-ilatioii, to that whit yn rain you retttn.
The So. 4 Itfol foM'lttr"r'trii"- Hlot.nm.Wk-
ol . : I .1 1 1 r.e. f.. ftita Kfif Mult
kkna.krtptiomM, $erofvht. JTi-fn aud BU4r
Comwlcinf. uk . 5. IJM.I. rtMnlh tt.mcllno
. . r.ll B . I . .-.t thorn. tlJaeJ nVototii
.BOOTS
f SHOES.
in u.l be ttrlcily (elloweif
per bottle.
tn York ConhlaeSKeiptre; Slower,
A wall known and popular Machine
Which wat BwaTdee the Jrtl premium ever Maany'a
Machiue.at Sra'eue trial, and guaranteed a Sral rate
maohiiie. n.sHKR'S wrouht MOWfcR, made at
Alliance, Ohio. ,
PItf'S SEPARATOR
tirade atSpftri(;fIeld-,Oblo,(ameaaMaallo Wichine
tiOIIUO SUGAR I ILLS.
1 hnve ar'anifernenU by which t can getaimoii any
uhjfa
"v'oi o' prjg hii OS
'.IXOdllf HC1M:1 , . "
iq ipio peiedeJrl ,'.ltot uyea fnadrao95 tnonaoiip
tinj iioss'JiV -jiiajni iaoip itom em Jn(u(
louum pna -itauian iVied ui t nodn nu nao
noi vit "IVlilHijri HTUJIVASI H.SO.I.VS "Ita 1"l
eaott ett 'petodmoD oja ttuiedoio;) onfiiinjiii jo;
aipaoij.-iqio eiri o.ti oa.iitoojau jo otn ein moji
lliitai ol Jietjaa eja u.iqa. tfjnoebjn,.A 3n;iq3tn.,
pna pit eroiff doll air(i8.t orqt l"i 'iiajpin
jnoi joi(lin pita in,enonpn no v . iwvi"
o neiffaMe'a Jo aerae ifa n ite.o ui.
pain ! II apauinne-in n Xuieij fenho onvefv
uit.l JalAjuvJ DuaaiaOB M auiiainfaj 'ooitru.
T J .U3U.I0UJ -tiuna (! J'UUaljot iOj dnit.p i -i ..
lp'fKl Tl"3 'fM 'VW""I9 ' "" '"I- '. '
-dleff t ai .4aMf nilnrmtl -ev.-i'.M
aJP'J iCl tijtouH Moil iioiieailoj'l ijopifoj h,ntt l
te ii.ii tVuonfmoJ It icJ him jo i -titpfi
Par inert wiibtng Keapeff o Mpwera.harl bait tend
lnprovement
In their e'rCprt earfy, at they often get dlaappoiniaa y
waiting nnlil harvesrtK wpbn trVem, I aleo w"""'
SKI BV'S lPROV,KlOKA nmLL," CBf
TING BOXES, c., .arrandetHnJ..
Laneatter, May M, 186(1 tfB
Eatate i Hli Lfni.
Hi fuiuitoip i Jo pee'H pii3jnoilo tJf" I'ffno
ooi nano tjlJliei jji.j..4iI pue-polajii
jxvf Jo no amormiva ok
iniainoa u -anJttiXci
a una laqi not aiaMno.i hi eerw V"m
01DI Sq J tatl 'l t( -oiill oi iii um
.jlt paee ei iiof not. etneoeq p
iViaHdO 3-IJ-LNVJNI
f t K 0 1.1 . T n a
j'e teil eif tlxiAi Xtp ipuamonx
iMHILlOTit
Sold by CHURCH (V DPOf, nrotgltti.
N. S09. Broadway, New York.
And all retpeetnhle Iirnggitt throughout the country
January W, loo73T
'ned haa'
mr ATir i. harebv riven, that the anderau
1 been appointed and dilfy qwallBa. a Adntl
irator oT the BtUte of JOSKPH LY N , deceased, lite
ii,.l.in. Pairfleld connli. Ohio. All
peraont having clalat agalnal aaid EaUle will pre
thenr foTienieineni. legally authenticated within
year and alt thote Indebted will make laneil
year-
payment
ji
uty M, :86u-3wl7
reaent
one
ediate
WILLIAM KIFK, AdaTUi1.
naaiafor 5re Throat it la a perfect Benredy. and
for Whoopipg VouS.u " ! -
theCohgh lohiTeRarurl'lnao,ulet way..
With ilie tplrit that we court all Inveatlgatlo,' ah
reidlueulO antwer all Inqulrlet, may we In return
aik all to ba cautloot te purchaae only or thoaa thlj1
can rely noon. " Hrtcee within the reach of all."
General Afenta, J. W. Hunnewell o) Co.TandS
Commercial Wharf, Boiton.
George Hunnewell, 1 water ntreov, new
Under the ipneialaupervlilon of John L. Hunnewell,
Cheraltttnd Pharmaceutitl, Boiton, MaataohutetH,
whoae tlgnalitrw coveri the cork of the genuine
only, and to' whom add rem ill communication!.
Hold hy all respectable dealer! everywhere.
G. KAUFMAN dr CO. AgeaU, Lancaiter, Ohio.'
autre, Kckitetndt Co.Ciueliuiitl.'wnoleeateafenu).
AuguilJ.luei) 1S
Kateile nf Iickiea F. lUeeo.
faTOTICB li hereby given, thai the anderaigned baa
i beca appointed and doty euellOeJ ' "SSl? 1!"
trlioftbe kiialeof MCRSOit F. 1
ceaaed.late of Falrneld county. Ok o. AU
having clalmi agalatt laid BtlaM "Ji!"
..7.i .... V...11. iithentieatea wnhln one year
and all thote In. ebteo win mm ""'-. '
m."t ELIZA AN.f DOLL1S80H, Addttrli.
; Jury8n.lrHI0-awl7
mxrsm.-y Cow.
t KKHand W.HITKSPOTrKinrriur.i
COW ol Ilia lliirlum 8t"Ck. left me
earlv In the Spring, and net not tincebeen
heard from, fheitalurire nae low. ana i win re
ward any permn properly, who win r.i
or give tuch Information at will 'enable me to '
Laneatter, July 5, 1HI0-H ,
KsrdL jVaz TtaTJi-flL-
HSREBY annoenee to ray old ctohiera.and the
public generally, that I have re-opened my OLL
v ull Nitrlh of Lancaster, (lid will lHpl
Brick of the very belt q''y,,.t T" JJV-
ftlva vnor old friend a call. CAvID C0DBH.
Laneatter, May JI.1M0-Oil
VIBG1L,E,SIIAW
ATTORN tT f I LH
OFFICR--O Maid Street, otct Blocnm'aOrng
Store. i
A. BRENNEMAN & CO
Book and Stationary Dealers,
y"V Main Street , G'eene't Corner, nextto the otirl
J Hou.e,oppoiltethe Rower moui. , -". -
H. H. HURTEB
. J. A. HU.1TEK
H. H, HUNTER & SO N",
Attora.ya mitt jCarStmrallari i .
FlCE-Sha-ffor Home, up ttalri.- Entraaee weaf
Market Hnpse.
atar.aprll l9,lS6t-3lf
S IFELDY,
A-fffiStW!-'-? A!P "SmJoVUt
LANCASTER, OTilO. . '
OFFICE Tillmidge Bull Jlhg, Mala Street.
Uncaiier,aprlllU,lfliHl-rtr , . .
PLATFORM SCALES,,
Weighing from TOO to ISftO pound.!.
Lancaiter, February lT,lD-itl J. C.VXAVBB
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