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g)ctle & Democrat,
EDITOR! It PROPRIETORS, .,
Left at the Ued pi tha Mtatra
CUT OF lAJTCASTJtR: .
THURSDAY, : : : AUGUST 16,1860.
ARRIVALS & DEPARTURES OF MAILS,
At tiancter,-Br HaUroad.
Cars going W.st '? Kp'm
t'.r. going East... I p m'
Aocnmniudatlon going Waal f
This Trln, on Saturday night, leye over l Ls ncae
ter, and re.umealt.trlp Hunday Evening a. above.
Accommodation going East.... 5 u A.
This Train, OB Naturuay uiri,.,.... .
.or, end resamea He trip on Monday Moruing.esabov a.
Bjr Coachee. 1
To Columbus every day,eiceptSundayat6 A.M.
A rrlvee at Lancaster 6 P. M.
TolKitDleverydy,excontSuDdyt". A. M.
Arrives at Uncaster ,,fi
Accouimodatiouecbday,errlveeo,l partsatrj M.
to Raltlmore, arrlvea and depart! every Tuosday
,'to rVe'iiaiain.arrlToa and doparla every Tuesday
TV'cVe'.'rport, every Thursday nlgUt, and roturna
oYauoU. arrlvea end departs every Tuesday and
Frl.U nlglli.at7o'cloc jbij....iim
To Ruah.llle. .v.ry Toosday and Frldajf at 18 M.
and roturna ame evontng,
tSTll seems to be tbe determination
of the pcoplo of this couivty forever to
disgiace themselves and the county by
the brickpen in the public square, InoWn
as the "Court House." The commission
eie are aga'n H work, patching it up s
though they were determined to force the
Loldiog of courts in it as long as ihe brick
and mortar bold togother. They seem to
forget that they have already invested
84,000 of tbe people's money in a lot
whereon to erect a new building they
scorn to forget that the interests of this
pe opla demand a new building, with fire
proof vaults, wherein the records of the
county may be preserved. Tbey seem
to forget that the old rickety unsafe
building, whoreln the records ol the ooun
ty are now kept, is liable every hour to be
burned, and that no amount of money
nM rnir tl.fi loss. But if the com-
VVUiw a av.i - I
missioners must repair the old bulding
aud thus postpone the erection of a new
Court House, let it be thoroughly repair
ed, let it be painted oulside and in, in a
Sent to thk State Farm. Oa Fri
day last a lad about the age of 16, was
deteoted in the act of lobbing Mr. Arm
hruater's drawer. A boaring of the case
was had before Mayor Fritter and the lad
sent to the Slate Farm, where it is hoped
he will not only be kept out of misohie?.
tut learn lessons of practical industry ana
morality. The boy could give no intelli
v gent aocountofhimsolf-'Trom whence ho
came or whither h went."
There are dozens of boys on our streets
CovmI oa Corruption.
John Coyoke said in his Cleveland (0,)
Ilflubllcari OTaft JTlet'tintr.
The Central Committee on Saturday
la alt Ann'tAnA l It it 14 i U m T?f.nn .!!,. r..,. :?eeoh
. , , . , "Printing fcoulracU afforded a vaata-
ty Convention for lb, purpose of nornina- h)0UIlt of coBrKiptioB , Alexander.
a printer in VYashiogton, offered lo tuke a
OF GREAT JOY
TO THE PEOPLE!
CASIUS M. CLAY,
Of Kentucky, will be
in Lancaster, on Fri
day, Aug. 24th. Let
the news be spread.
Let usgive Kentucky's
gallant sou such a re
ception as his talent
and patriotism d e
serve. Turn out eve
ry body,old and young,
male and lc male.
Mai tiu Ke-QomlDiited for Cnngreen
By the "skin of his teeth" Mr. Martin,
on Tuesday last, was re-nominated for
Congress. By all pat ty usuge, by cour
tesy, by decency, by every thing be was
entitled to tbe nomination without oppo
sition but bis well-known administration
proclivities, Lis endorsement of Buchan
an, the Leoompton and English bills, his
course in the- last Congress his vote in fa
vor of polygamy, his support of a "Know
Nothing" disunionist of the South, "with
out apology," for the Speakership in pref
erence to a conservative Republican of
the Nottb, and last of all, his speech where
in he attempts a justification of the South
in her madnets and folly in their threats
of disunion, in their abuse of the free
men Of the North, by declaring ihey were
torced to these extreme measures "in
self dbtfnse," his abandonment of the
Douglas doctrine, and catering to tbe
congressional intervention doctrine of th
"fire eater." of the South, by proclaiming
the doctrine "that the territories are not
beyond the control and just regulation of
Congress,' set heary upon the stomachs
of his constituents anJ were well nigh the
caUse of his repudiation.
And if Mr. Martin's "unclean" record
oould call forth such strenuous opposition
in his own party if 9G of the 205 votes
in Convention are opposed to bis princi-
vote for him when cour-
One Clerk of Court of Common Pleas,
On candidate for County Auditor,
" Pro. Attorney,
Ort Saturday, Sept. 1st, I860,
Let the masses turn out from every
Township. Come One, Come All I
HON. JOIIIf SIIEHMAN,
Hon. V.B. IIOUTON,
have been invited, and with other distin
guished speakers are expected to be present.
0. M. L. WISEMAN. Ch'n.
H. SCOTT, Sec'y.
July 31st, 1860.
contract for half what wan given for it,
vou.uuu, uui in vuuiu nut get it, oi course.
Pcltibone diet, up a bill (o prevent these
frude, ind submitted it to buchalKn.who
said he would rtfer it to the At'Ovney
Qeneral. He did so, and Peilibone after
wards found it endorsed, "Referred to the
Attorney General, but not for an opinion.''
So Buchanan kept the priming for Wen
dell. Wendell never gvc us testimony
till lis new we bad it without him. I ex
amined the biink books, and found checks
payable to "KaoBas," ' E., C .," and some
10 one or another ngure. Mean, of Ohio,
got 65,000. Boniebiidy was curious to
know what connection existed between
these checks and the loa of anti-Lecomp-
ton tu en by the republican side of tbe
Triee tlx advertisement ot Parker's'
Sewing Maokino under lead of new ad-'
CorrtHed weekly by Wygum & Lgons.
Coffeo 18.20e Huat 10llo
rXK 8 Molasses M
Lard 10 Salt 8175
Baeon 810c Buttr 10 '
Wheat per tunnel ts 80 fa 36
Flour per bsrrcl, 4 7b($$ 00.
Corn 35o Oats 26o Barley 70o
Fish per half barrl, Whits 95 75;
Pickerel, 15 00; Bass 5 00.
NEW YORK MARKET.
Nkw York, August 14, IflGO.
Flour The market is dull. Sale
6.70ft barrels at $5 155 20 for superfi
U- I Ii A t .H .. Al. I 1
- t . 8t.U; e5 256 35 for extra do; 85 1085
Ul iUU AAWWOV ""'iHUjj at Vr I UOail fyJV
his money, and found that Judge Hall,
of Ohio had the day previous voted with
us, but never afterwards. Judge Hall
and Bean boarded together, and I guess
slept together." "Laughter.)
dailv and nightly vicious, wicked.ssucy,
..I .i w a a t.oit in uonveniion ar
profane and ditty, who Would do oetter ....
F ii.,. ,ir frinndB pies, refusing to
W,r-r"rfTi:: Z-W demanded their support,
ana oetier or " A what may not be expected when he comes
tuesamepmce. before the people lor their endorsement?
the Barents of Lancaeter, Buffer their chil- ,
me parent oi ' ..,.. ))lo Tbey will repudiate him just bo surely as
i,n a il.im run at farce, lnsultice the J . 4
-..,. .-J ..nn!r!n h.hitS that mUHt ul- Pfcr 8 l WrDS-
)UUtlU oiiu "O
timately lead them to ruin.
tJ4 Saturday last
5V-On Sabbath a temoon lasi was ou- ... i.v.:.!!
fwManv were the "rich scenes of
deep and terrible" was
nd loud and bitter the
tied the late widow of Richard Church. compiaint Constant and abundant was
The funeral was preached in the Melbo- gQW o wuj8k0y, and great and "stag-
List of Hcpublicau Mass Iff eetiitK
for the 11th Congressional Dis
Mo Arthur, Vinton county, Monday,
Ant;, 27. Sherman and Hon. V. B.
Pomeroy, Meigs county, Tuesday, Aug.
20 Sherman and Horton.
Athens, Athens county, Wednesday,
Aug., 29 Sherman and Horton.
Logan, Hooking county, Thursday,
Aug , 30. Sherman and Horton.
New Lexington, Perry county, Friday,
Aug , 3 1. Sherman aod Horton.
Lancaster, Fairfield county, Saturday,
Sept., 1. Sherman and Horton.
Our distinguished and eloquent candN
date for Seuntorial Elector on the Reoub-
licau ticket, Frkd. Hassacrek, will address
his German fellow-citizens at the follow
ing times and places.
Lancaster, Fairfield Co.,Tue8day,Sept.
4., at 7i. P. M.
Logsu, Hocking Co., Wednesday, Sept.,
5, at 2 P.M.
MoAfthur, Viuton Co., Thuisdy,Scpt.,
(5, at 2, P. M.
jtjTlhe Columbus Faot, which coquet
ted with the Bell-Everett movement, ae
long as there was any ohanoe that it would
amount to anything in this State, has come
out decidedly for Breckinridge and Lake
Tbe supporters of that ticket have now a
spirited and ably conducted central organ
and are consequently in good working or'
W We look out upon our streets this
morninp with astonishment. Where are
the politicians? Not one of the "forty" is
to be seen; not even the "inevitable Krei
der. No shaking of hands no why how
do you does, no caucusing, no goings off
to drink. What on earth has happened?
Oh! the primary eleotion is over no offi
ces to fill, no fat to Becure no votes want
ed. The politicians are either dead or
have forgotten their friends perhaps both.
The Recent Maacrea at Uamnarus.
Prow too Loudon Keva.J
It appears that the niaasacre at Dam
ascus commenced in the afternoon of the
9th, and before night 500 Christians had
been killed. The first consulate attack
ed was that of Russia. The Russian
and Greek consuls took refuge with Add
el Kader. All the Catholic and Grc-k
churches and convents as well as the
consulates, are burnt. Tbe American
vice-consul was Wouoded, aod the Dutch
vice-consul said to be killed
Druse attrooilies in the neighborhood
of Sidon Continue uoabated. ClirUtian
priests and villagers near Sidon, have
been forced at tbe point of the sword, to
embrace Mosleinism by hundreds.
"Between May 27 and June 40, writes
our corresdondent at tseyrour, "the
Drusrs have murdered in old blood up
wards of four thousand Christians, inclu
ding more than a hundred Ca'holio and
Greek priests and monks. They have
burnt down upwards of 150 Christian vil
lages, including tnnro than 100 churches
and 1G convents.
Three thousand Turkish regular troops
arrived at Beyrout ou the 11th, in one
line-of battle ship, and two frigates, un
der Khalid Pacha. Two thousand leave
for Damascus. As yet, "the Turkish
Government has not punished a single
Druse. In every ease of outrage upon
Christians, the Drusoi and Mosolems act
The plunder of church olate ard other
valuables, and the damage done to the
crons houses and to the country in cen-
ersl.is said to amount to upwards of six
15 for sunerfinu Wehteru
Whisky is dull, and ratber easier, buUs
of 400 barrels at 2la22fi.
Wheat Th market is dull, an prices
rule in favor of purchasers. N.-w White
at 81 30a 1 35; Old Red at $1 30.
Rye The market is dull add Ltavy.
Sil-s at 80 cents.
Barley -The market i. dull and un:
Corn is heavy and t.dhcr easier. SiUs
of 79,000 busl ela of at C2h63 for sound
mixed Western; chiefly e2Ja68jat9o lor
Liftwltr, Juu. 7, lMtiO--imf
COAL OIL LAMPS
WITH CHIMNEYS A.NO LAMP THI VI MINOS
unoroil7.tlb. CUltfA aiuKK.
Stone. Vvllowv:ire mid Cilasn)
Improritd fro'o l.t yiarj forwl. .1 ih.
lucaaler, July 13, loeu IJtl CHI'S A STORK.
William A. Slewart
IN GREENE'S BLOCK,
opp.lt ihe Tllnad neu.a,
Kuepl alwayios band a laratock nf
Table Catlerr poon, Walters,
BIRD CAGES, Ac., &c.
tlwnyii In rclptnf wmtblD new.
NEW FRUIT JAR.
LASCASTKR I.OPOR.No. 57 Aneu.t S8,180
F.NCAMPMKNT. No. 9 Sep.. 4
Aufiiit IS, lnOti. C. STE1NHA.N, Kocoril.r.
-111 A R IT Y LODGE, Ko. 7, nia.U ererj Monday
TtOCKHOCKlSO ENCAMPMENT, No.SS, maati
ii and 41b Tburait.y Er.ulnic lu .acb montb.
Lancatt.r, apiil 19, 1HWM
Fairfield County Court of Com. Pleas.
Georr. Ktuffmaa.PUiullff, galnilJoho H Teoueui,
Motion to rtvivt dormant Judgment.
mHB D.rndaut John H.Tennanl.lt notiflod that
m April 14 ixsii. th. riaintivoi.il in mil tonn,
motion araiiat him, allaaing Ihil at thn Or.tbr
arm or .aid Cnurt. ift53. ha recotrpd a ludmeiit
aiCilnH hi in for S3,iM damaziLatid UH emit of ull,
which tl now dormant. and unrccovoreit and atiaalit
rmd.lth.r In whole or In turn, and piayltiar "'' an
ird.ruifhl ito nt. rod, ruquirlnfr iuld Defndnul lo
ihow cam. by Ootobt-r noxl, why iho cauie should not
roviven against mm. n nil etecunon awar.ieu mors
. And thai ftich order ha been made by Mid court.
nd 'unl.M hi aiinoar and anawer by .aid day.lbH
aid ludKtu.at will bu rvlvtd and ex-Mitioii awarded
hereon? JOHN C. KAlNb V, Clerk.
Aujuat-i.isen om ir35u
THK lJiiemir Ohio Mauuboturlug Companj will
offur at public sale,
Un ThuraIay, Anguat 30t 1SMO,
n Ihe nremliea, In ll. city of fanf aalor, Ohio,
dist E. Church, by the Rev. E. F. Strick
lsnd. Mr3. Church lias long lived an ex
cuiplary Christian life. By her own in
duslry she has reared and supported i
lares family of children, and to her praise
be it said brought them Up in the paths
of christian rectitude. She died a Chris
tiana member of the Baptist Church in
ihia city, and was beloved and es
gtring" tbe result tuereot. .Long - anc
(earful was the death struggle for "gut-
fat" and long the faces and deep the
disappoiclnient of tliOBO who got it not.
Kb"Butlkii" is.a living.breathing nui
sance to the oily. He is a moral pest, and
hia beastly manner and indecent lan
,epm8d gusge is intolerable. We hope the City
. a.a 1-1 .L
v.,t.i.. t-.tat. Rt,1rt.Ma WfTfl u" w'" pas" wn,Uoumo.ojr, v...-iu
- ... iMim A.dinanna " f.haf In. rrnnrl TIAnnln nt
fiimilt-of little ones to moarn tUoir loss. K-"fa - t r r
Lancaster may nave sumo pruiecuun
jCJ.C Weavek, llsrdware Merchant, against his indooencies.
well known to the public for his gentle- N - Floorinq MinWe itre
manly bearing and 6ne business qualifies- gad ,Q tjarn lhal wt onterprising filerids
tions, has just received a large and fine Me98rg Du1 & Waters have completed
assortment of Hardware, tutlory &o. ,, , : Steam Flourins Mill in
Those who desiro a superior article ot . , j. 8omethin!r that has
hardware of auy kind, and especially those bMn jLDg an(1 gl.eatly neC(jed in tbat vj.
who would securo a pocRet-nnue, import.- cjnjty;. We wj6n the proprietors evfcry
ed direct from Sheffield, that will answer p088ibj9 BttoJe85.
any and every putposo from "splitting
rails" to cutting hairs, would do well to Mavrca tue jeweier.is an eiceiient
call ou Mr. Weaver at once, as those fellowgenerous to ft fault keeps good
1, .-j I- lt,n cuitrAl UFA fr At tl fT for tlmm" I tens sells Ihem cheat), and warrants
W llJ illO III UQ Dtilrivvtaiw O O i & -
-with a rush, them to write good letters, spell well, and
always tell the truth. If you nave any
Raii. Pbn Lincoln Meeting. We are reason to doubt our word, step into
requested to state that Wm. 1 CftEED Esq. our sanctum and try One of his best.
will address the friends of the Hepabllcan SuoAR-jlLL3We w5h1i w cali parti
eause, on Saturday evening Dcxtf.om a altenlion t0 tll4 Cakk MltU B,D.
ra'lpm, lucb ta to De erectoa in ironu fu0,ured b Qur fricndT. K. DARST.athis
of the establ.shmenU of Lyoxs.and (stone- FonDdfJ gt lIjfl fo 0( Broadway, these
burner & Co. Ibis meeting is gotten up ..... , . . h 1m furmarg
by fnese gentlemen on their own respon- rf tl).g couoty ftnd baye prOTed ff be the
nihility and speaks loudly of their Repub- on styie wuicii jjive8 nti satisfaction.
Prof. Fellows will deliver a course of
lectures on Human Physiognomy, in this
place, next week, commencing Monday
The Circleville Herald speaks ol ins
lentures in that place, last week, as having
drawn good houses arid as giving general
JtSrThe weather for the past few days
has been cool remarkably so for early
August. Many of our citizens have doff
ed their linen and RhuftJud oil their great
coats, and they are found comfortable-
much more so than bootless feet lit wiutei.
Cardp Sleeting Notice.
There will be a Curup Meet ng of the
Methodist Episcopal Church held on the
land of Thomas Whitaker, Esq., 1 mile
East of Millersport, in Walnut township
Fairfield county, Ohio, to commence on
Thursday, August 23, 1060. There will
bo a boarding tent provisions and horse
feed kept to accommodate all those that
may want anything of that kind.
We hereby give notice to all Grocers
and Hucksters not to come wiinin tiie
limits piescribed by law, with any of their
articles to oner thenr lor sale.
August 15, 1060. Committee.
Jt"Mr. BtLLiNoriuRST, baa placed Up
on our table a copy of the New York Il
lustrated News, which is finely embellish
ed, and well worth the price 6 cents.
For sale at the News Office;
Absolutelt Necessart Tht the peO'
pie vote the whole ticket not that their
interest will be promoted thereby, but tbat
office seekers may hare still another chance
to fatten on their bread.
tiie West and cheapest
a NEW AND VALUABLE MACHINE WII1C
only neeaa examination to be unlveriatly ap
proTftd, at la more nuipi.j aurauie, oaaiiy loarn.
ana oneraieii, ana ia
EQUAL TO ANY OTHER
TOR AU. FAMILY PURPOSES.
GIKSEY'H BLOCK, four duo
V. FLOWERS. Agent
Large Machines for Manufacturing mirportes fufn
West of Hucklng v'llty Hank.
TOPPHR FOK SALE tho 5RW GLASS PRC IT JAR
m perfect anrf aiit aiAoagod Jar jti In
tilr h el at the tor. witU a Krew an 4 (udia rub-
bur batvl. which perfectly txcluf the air. It 1 at
Ttmled. Curno and aumiba them.
Uneaatar, July 1T 15U ,
AND ALL OTHERS
INTERESTED IN GOOD FLOUR.
S. K ETC HUM
rpHAT olJ MillHr.ii aIn at th$nyr Htrairl
I. mi If at tba Koatli and of Bruar!T. n-ar ibe
WoollfQ Factory. wbt)f be hvpei, to 0 all Me old
cuBifimeri j and tie would tay to tnemi that be It tery
tbarikfal for lt former patrooe'tce, miDg tlmy witl
ngkn favor tiirn wilo th,r griudin. Ha ii now 8t
tliig tbe Mill in p"-oi ofUr.nnd will do all Intatepo
ert to cvo every one good Flour, and a ffod tarn
ou. an he inland to rive Mi owe attantloo to tti
Mill. and grind all grtiUibat tom mi oom ai pOMi
t)e. KfiTCHl'M 4 I.Kit.
L&oeuter.Oblo, July ti, loo 4wl3
n H vg r.l.4 a Ur. lutar ia.
NEW AIR TIGHT FRUIT JAR.
Ta.;arrHi. TKI.LOW WAKK. and will mUmIi
aup.rr.d. lb tin. or woo. lira. o. acvoual M(
aU'llftit, and frw rrm od.rualuu or i.at.
Gear-ral llaa.e FaraUhiair Katnbllifcmftit,
aa t.r.tofor.. A law. '
Stove-Pipe and Sheet-Iron Work
SPOUTINO AND TIH-R00JI5O
ali.ul.il to at ahort eollra. JOHN WOK.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
8birfftrj Corner, I.aocaaur, Ohio.
WKhaT.on hand, for aal, chute, and wall
Drn(. n.dlrlnr.t Pulnta, Olla, Dt
Stuff., Patent maielu,prlaan
In aJJitlonto th. abor., ba. alMa oliolc. aid
ul.ot.d Htoct of
Embrar.lnr ixh'It rj article tianall j kiDt In a ra-
Ull flromry fciiabllthm.nt. To nil of Khlch war.
pMtfully Invite uicatMotlun orcaii purchari.
Laacaat.r, March 93, lfcfli 47tf
AT fala OLD .HOP In Martin'. Row. oa th. eorn.r
of Jfalb.bd Hraa1wa, whor. 1,. la prepared wi
raaiiofacior. lo orlcir ou tbu vbortun iwtiij. hv ha.
alao oa hand a larx aud
SUPERIOR Stock of HARNESS,
COLLARS, WHIPS. TRUNKS.
Hii Stock coaprlA.a
SILVER, BRASS AND BLACK MOUNTED HARNESS,
Alao-Wmgonand Plow Harnean.
He Ii drtarmlncd outtobo aurpmed 1l th. ,I;1.
anl quality of his riot..
n. baa aiao a j niomiDa; ouup, wncr
BL6Y AXO CARMAGE TRIHIXfi.
Ihnir Builillnara. MacbinnrY and Hon Elati).cniililiiir
ofa Tlirsa Mory bn. k bulldlnir, JtJ oy nil i;n, aim
Un. Klorr Brick Mi d buiIiIiiik a.ij'ilninif llie main
building, by 80 foci, with Brick Kngine and Boiltfr
Houaea and a Hrick clilmney-aiack nl led blch, brick
onlce, aud a Crib capablu rfholdlnailo.lKiO bnabrla 'if
Curuandaboot Five Acrea of ground, situated wlihlo
the aouib.ru II mlia of aald eliy. Tue oimino It a IUU
hone powor, with two 6 Inch forclux pumpa aiucneu.
lb. Huiidingaaaa Maoinnery aro an now, anq war.
erected aud euulpnrd aa a riurch Piicmrr, for llie
uianufcliirllii 01 Starch from Indian Ccru, but could
b. readily and cheaply conrerieu nuo a iiiainiTaciur
Ing ealabllahm.nt fur other purp'nca. If dcrimble.
Upon lb. proiuiaea la a powerful and n. forfaiting
8irlnir. of pur. water, eapa-il. ol furaiaUitig 60U to
lu.nuu barrolaol our. water every iweuiy iour uours.
Theahore eatabllnbineut ia located on tb. bank ofth.
Hocking Vall.iy Canal, with a auuttaullal wharf be
longing lo the same, and la witblii twenty rodaoftbu
uepoi ol me i;incirtiiau, v unnngi'in aeu aueaTitin
Kailroad, andll erery way one of the bast located
worka In tne couutry Tbe wlirfl. will be sold at a
great bargain, and ia wall worth th. alteotion and el
mnliiatioo of purchaaea. The teruia of aale will be
made known ou Ibe day of sale.
f. v.tku M r, rrea i. l. o. a. to.
Lancaster, Ohio, Julytld.i 860Sw 17
ii n mum1
mm Ah IULLLUU,
Corucr ef I'ourth and Vln hlrrct.
oppositf: the post ofmce,
XIXOS'S SKW SIX STORV BClXblHG.
TELD to Ua tha mort tbo rough Commercial Col
II ltf 1,1 111 t'ninn -Coaru of itndy emrauei
mora limn that of any othr Ofmmeiolal ColUitra.
Exrlaolva nonnr of awarding dtplomai b-ainr vested
tn a board ol dammar, u. rr.ouate itand aiao
couiiIaiiU In tua lorjmot rank. IU aiiartmanti nut
eUod in dime ntou or ftnliih. Locatd in tbomott
a-cllve and farhloonble tborouibfarw at tb eentrttt
lorumi oi in o stroei rauwaTt.
MI1.R9 GREENWOOD. OR. P. CAKEY,
HO. J. L VA IT IKK, HKV. ITK. I. M. WISE,
JUUOK MYRUN H. TlLDKN.
Richard 5rln, Aathor of tXelOD,o Mtr
eauiilo Antbmeuc,n fiLclpal ol Arttiimotic iiepart
Jamri f. Tl'af tftra, lata Aao:nto PHnffpnl
of HarUutt' Cullcge, friuci,al Jiootkewjiujf Jse;tart
Ull Hum Allan 111 Ur. UtSur-rlntnH-nt
PeoiDao of Iron Cil) Cillatre. f.nnmy uf Uairtlatl'tt.
Principal of Penmannblp iefiarttouoU
Ttia principuti. having been for at tha hod of
tbmr rtipecliv department In he principal fiiiitu
tiom of Uii cUia to tliti country, at J;d by a eerpr of
dittinf utshtti tetuAtrj, cuiobtoe In U'ito lU; Cul
lnire.all tbe excetletee act! improveiuanu tbat bi
ibut fr beer developed in cotnmt rrtal ednea.ior..
Good areountantnsre alwajrt lo demand at ialcriei
foai300io ti'K). fituduuUeuier atanytlma. 5o
clasnett. No vncilloni.
Knd immediaifly forpectraani of PemtQth!pttt:d
circa i an containing full particular.
rill ha dooo oo shonnotlee. toj lu auporlor atyle.
HiiTS & CiPS-
In ihe Tallmade Bloc fc, next door to
the emranee to (he Hotel.
HAS RKCSIVEU HEW KPR1SG UTOOIl OF
mm AND capsss.
ofth. Jncit qoatltlei and lalst a'.yles; lixlal ng a
larre sarlety of
atl of wbteh ahaUiliBfrforcib.atbardHmPi rlrf.
Hba la MiarmtoaQ aoi-ooa rivai?n, nn" rn n'jm
or price. wncaswr, n ; i . irw jia
U U MOV A li .
DIl. W A GENITALS
HAS rernoT.d his olllc. in iho Niiaeirar B'ock, io
d"orrHouthoril. B. Hunters I 'rug More.
Kealdoiir.- -KeroBeM Bnilillug. Sorih w1 com.rof
Msio and Columbus Hlreets.
Uncaaler Aprils. 10
THE LITTLE GIANT
iy n Aitkin' oxrn no he,
WITH A Kl'OL'R. ov
Summer Dry Goods,
A1 TI(E I'ARflER SEWING MACHINK OFK1C
It prepared to execute all orders for DRESS MAK
ING, after the luteal stylus. Aluo LLUAhS and
MANTILLAS, cul and mad. to order.
Lancaster, August Id, 1800 If.
Too Lxtb. ThO eorntauuicfttion from
tarWo ara sorry to Icaro that fire or New York aigncd "XX" came to band
nf nnr Uanublicau frierfds too late for insertion ia this number of
.. --. t
voted at tbe lute Democratic primary eleo- our paper. We will give it place in our
tion. Tbcse nicet'iORS were for tbe nom- next with pleasure. Wo hope our good
iulion of Democratic candidates, and'"tt wt" favor u9 0lt6a'
Bbould not have been interfered with. e We learn tbat our energetic young
Ve bold it just as bad lo vote for Demo- friends, Vobbeb & Bro., have secured the
crats at a primary election as at any otnei contraot for building the "Fairfield Un
SaJ-Tuihill, Schleicb, Ruiney Si do.
have ceased to tun the Democratic train
m this county, btinobcomb is now en-
riser, conduotor, baggage-maBter and
jtSrOur attorney B look as though they
ad no friends clothes greasy, hats seedy
and boots unblacked. Wo presume the
publio are at peaoe.
M&-(in 'fburstJay of last week, Mr
f noiiAS Wilson, of Kichlaud township,
placed rjpon our tsblo a tomato that
weighed two and a half poUnds.- Who can
Notice. We are requested te state that
there will be no services in the Baptist
Church in this oily on the Coming Sab
bath, as thitt edifice" is tifidorgoing repairs,
A Modern Democrat One who' will
sacrifice principle, interest and decency
for party sake.
time, besides it is morally wrong to go
into theso election unless we mean to sup
port the ticket nominated.
Pole Raising in Bern TowNsun.-There
will be a, uLincoln" Pole raising in Bern
Township, in froat oftheresidenoe of Wu,
S. Crook, on Thursday the 23rd day of
August, at one o'clock P. M.
Wm.P.Cbeed and R. M. Ci.ARKE.Eiiq.,.
will be present and address the meeting.
Let all who desire to hear truth who
would maintain the dignity of free labor-
ion Academy. Under tbeir eupenn
tends nee tbe work will go bravely on.
3rAgue pills in tbe shape of mellons
have been very plenty upon our streets
for a fortnight past. Water mellons have
been nellim for 25 cents, and from that
down to 5 centt varying pnoe accor
ding to aize.
PonjiAa Sovereignty in Fairfeld1 Coon
tv. The right of a few political trixtere
.1... ii i- t ..l. ...... .A i.A.'
10 oueai wv poupie uy - uunoa "i
out of their choioe.a nd to eniov the "fat'
of office. ...
Dlaaolutlon of Parlucralilp.
rTHE partsershln ber.lofore exlitlug betweeri L.O.
I DAVIS di G. L. WATTS lu tbe Saddlery and
Hafnesi making buslneaa.lD the city of Laucaator, Is
by mutual conseot tbis day disaolved,
Tbe bookaand accounta of said firm are In the pos
session of said L. 0. Davis, wbo Is authorized to uot-
locl tho accounts and settle the business of tbe Arm.
He will be found at the old place of business.
Persous indebted are requested to como forward
and make Immediate payment
l,. U. UAVIN,
Aufuit 18,1850 3w20 C. L. VATTS.
New and Important Arrangement.
Messrs. J. A. Hawkes & Co., oommenoed
on Monday last, to oonvey passengers from'
Polumbus to Lancaster, anrx Lanoastef
Columbus, ia Circleville, for the low price
of SI 60. iiicludirnr stase fare between
Columbtra and Circlbvillft, omniDu hre at
Circleville, and Railroad farebotween Cif'
cleville and Lancaster. Tbii is an excel
lent arrangement for the traveling portion
of community, and llie enterprising Uom
pany will, no doubt, be liberally patron
Tickets oan be obtained at the Cinoinna
ti. Wilmington and Zanesvill'e Railroad
Lancaster, and at the Omnibus and Stage
Office m this ony. Vhio otm Journal,
iaaftiolaar faaliraliaa ralaalfstid 1 truial F.n
down, nt. for too Relict of tho Sick aod Diotreootd
affiiettd vitk Virulent and Epidomic Diotaoti, and
especially for tie Curt oDiieaott of tkoStiual Or
MEniCAI. AnviCKfrtt.tf trails',' by the Actinic
Surreoii, loall who apply by letter, with a de
scription of their condition, (aire, occupation, hablta of
life, dtc.,) and in cases of extreuio poverty, Hedidnee'
niruisneu iroo oi cnurire.
VALUABLE KEFOKTS on Super'maiorrhtea, and
othor Diseases of tt. Sexual Oraraiia, and on the NEW
REMEDIES employed In tbe Dispensary, lent to tbe
afflicted In sealed letter enVeltfpea, free of charge.
Two or three stamps iorposuiro wuioe aoceptaoie.
Addresa. Dr. J. SKILLIN UOUailTON.Aclluir KuV
eon, (toward Association, No. S Nonth Ninth Street,
'hiiaaerphia, ra. cy orner or tne utreciors.
E. D. HA RTWKLL, Prti't;
GEO. FAIRCH1I.I), 8c'lf.
Aug. 0, lb00-10-ly.
U. C. Jc T. A.
For i11 Throat and Luug Complaints, Iruin
Common Coughs to Actual Cousumniion.
The Natural una Suie Remedy for all
Prom Ntfuratfftathronflrli all cims where Oniutn war
ever utod to ihui of Uoltrlutn Tremoni, aud ilia com
mou cttlor cause or u.sim).
LOSS OF SLEEP.
Tiie (front Coutral ActH'e Pilnctple oftlieTolu Ano
dytio t a true (iuvelopment of llie Oripiunl Natural
Opinio. In all eases wlierever Opium ha ben uneJ
KtiJ Hi baneful effects witnessed, do Diarlc or ours can
adequately cam pare tbe dlffennoe. and no decision ia
euiiiil to a trial. Tbe Anodyne cuniirlntf not a purtteie
ol Uiium. sind the most delicate coustltuilon can use
It wilb safety, and the perfectly natural etttteit keps
and loavus tiie Patient should recommend tt to PhysW
cians who have long Bought the true deetotunvbt.uti i
to Putiajtswhowuiilnnturttl results.
I Tbo basis of the Uiiiverst.1 Coucli Remedy Ii thai
frettdoitt irota all cututoiu-ut which l) tliegreal error
tn compouiiiltiisr, proiluco compiute lueris, inueaa nr
rtsM curea. we iiac no retsirami on us use every
hour in the day, andartnir Salients t" make It the
natural oneiu) la all Coughs, I nruat or Limp t orn
plaints by a perfect fruediitu of application. For in
Hauiiuatorv Sore Throat It ia a bur foot Kciuudy, and
for W troop! tiKCoupu cliwcksall the spasms and allows
the Couph U Uuvo lurun lu a quiet Huy.
wmi tne sp.ru that wo court ail invesufauon, ana
readiness to answer all inuuliius, may we iu return
ask all tu be cautious to purvhase only of those lliey
c&n rulv unnu. Prices wilhlu the reach of all."
uoiterni Aienis, j. . iiuuuoweu y to. auu o
Comineri'Iut Wharf, Boston.
Goorgo Htinnowell, 145 Water Street. New York.
Under tho special suiiorvtnion ofJoha I. Hunnewell,
Chemist and Pharmaceutlnl, Bostou, Massachuselts,
whose slguature corers the cork of the genuine
onlr.and to whom addressll coiumuuicatioiii.
rom tty ir respeeiaoie aoaiors every wnwre.
G. KAUFMAN & CO. .Agenta, Unranter, Ohio.
Hiilre, Bclcsteio A Co. Cinaiuoall, wholesale ageuts.
Acdreis. Itiirlosit. slxfriU.
NfcLSi N, WATT EHS fk MILT.F.R.
Q.ueca CUy College, OlDclouull, Ohio.
Jaly 5,18(JU ly!4
Dissolution of Partnership.
f IlHE Partnershln heretofore exfatlnrbetwcen SIM
1 Eo.N H UiCKFOliD dc JOH. C. UAV1S Id the
Lancaster Woollen Factory, Lancaster Giiio, Is b dd
tual eonsent. Ibis day d'dve4. Tbe books aod ac
counts of said firm are In the possession of said Aim'
eon B. Bkkford, who U suthorUeti to c-jllrct aod set'
tie the accounts and business or said flrrn. He will be
ft und at all times at the place of busineM. formerly
occupied hysaid flrtn. AUpersorm in.leted tu an id
tlrm are req ested tu come forwrird and make Imme1
diaie pavment. iSlMrON B. BlCriFOKi),
May lii. laOo 7tf JOI!' C. DAVIS.
STINCHCOMB & CLARKE,
ATTORNEYS AT LA",
OFFinE-TallraaJje Mnek Second Ktorj Plrat
iloorto uiu niiht at Hi. oeaa ol lii. alaus.
j. tv.sTicncoMii. r.h.claruf
WHS. WM QRGMDBi
LACE DO., SILK. L-AUb,
CAPES. LATEST S! i J.fcS.
Jt SPLENDID OT"CK UK
1 Oca anottiosnt of
LADIES' riK OUESS SHOES,
Gaitnrs onlf 45 ct-ut. a pmr.
Th. bijU-at market price pa.r tor B.stir ami Fc ..
MJ 17, JcCO 7tf JIMMY LOM.
K i 11
.1..,. DMS-ota us wltli il ""'.'V.
Ina al con r th. I K I. fc M -''
th Mood of a X
rt..n aufsrihir frmu CnS0Bii.la,
is lb. Agaut for all tha most reliable llarrestcri;
Combined REAPER & MOW LR,
Cuaranta.l th. host In the world;
NEW YORK REAPER,
Reed, Stafford & Co.
AX THE OLD STAND O'P
OX MALV STREET,
Opposite llie HockinVal ley Bank;
CO.'TlNlifi TO' MAXUPACTCHE
s.T..fi.lu. 1C. Ki ll V.
1 . ... ... . l .. .,
.ucc cerlii.n. aenc-icnri.a ... "'"
giob.i..rm,-.. .-fly ,
are made well. ' n m- " ' .,,.- ILereare
ihlslu.ory haeiasioi.i -u...e .
a.Uiitedto1b.loli'f1', "r l!,e B'"'1 in m"tu-
Am,,,.,, n.e Sr.. I. which ia also tl.. '
The So. 19 f-ir FeataK .r,!riti..
n.eoeo.ie. S.(...ecl I .lirerlii.ra f.r this. For Holt
.u.t i.e.irlcUrrulloed. Tic 1 lb. L.ooi rcd
A'ew York Combined lleajii r X .'toil er,
A woll known and populur Machine;
m riSjJii iif-W u-J-iiri v u
Which waaawardBcih. Srat rremlum oer MaanT's
M.cbiltfl.at Kvraen. trial, and guaranteed a Itritrat.
machli'.e. FlSHtH'S wrought .MOWKK, mad. at
made alSrrlngueld,Oblo,:am.atMaitlou macuine
SOKGO il'flAU ITIILLS.
1 hiiTearrangementi by which 1 can getalmott any
Iniheir orderaearly, aaihey ottAn get dtaapolnted by
in d siinaifjJii -ihciui .) ;a. loni .ill oiut"!
touum put i-MP'"l H u",n 1"-,H J
nni.im 'tvi.tiiii . SO.IV "llfl l"'l
i OIIO.I ni't 'p.wt.n.O vil'luii i'ilu.i JJ
; ..-iipaai.i.'iiiio oo HMi ''U- wu jii -m "is
liimji "i jiu "i mm .j'iji't'"'ii' nii-ii'i
I I'll, pus Stoqi Uinil nimiK'1 l"' Mltupllll
'.jnoCiovllir.nl pun )t il -nil" ""i 'V i-JJ'V(
I in nir;ino j a ""-' II" "' 1n!llin lt'
..jin .1 11 ai,ouiJ-'t" " (-) wnl.i nsi!iH'
ltlM ... .!.. Ut i ;:V .il'-iimu
..ii Kin.inpl 'tiiinS Jill S l'iMll" J.i.l 'i.al 'itoojj ni
-jtrtg ai ui3diJO A'jajaarar7 'rtoijjoirf myraJ.t
nnyiiio JOJ it . i't m on H'Miajl.'liiJil a;."l'' l.Mt
ui.ili ipiMlumuO II uoanrfi nn joj -saiiifisi"'
... fH,nrtra t.l lo nRAiail I I.I I J Jllli .C I O OS ' J,if' O
l JfrnjowM iqaaJill OJOJ"Jil pnf "pwiJI . ju
axvuo no jinii'mird ok
.aiuna If eJlii.a
ism "wt KOiliAnos iia "T f"MJ ' r
aitoin Jto. Jl tt. n -aeiii nt oaii ii, .iki."
!..). isai fjefu oi ojtj Jiasu .najvq till pun
tikiiuvj ji a
j. Mi.d m n Sn,iaa. i;!'.p J piinfhonl
iTw farmer may neel.
Fariucra wishing Koapertur Mow.ra.naa o.sta.na
Special Order, No. 5.
Uoad Quarlon, 1st Brigade, 7lh Dlr, O.M. It 0. V. M
LiHcisTii, August I, 1800.
mKE CtTJALIFlED ELKCTO'HR or Comnanr "P
X First Brigade aforesaid, are h.reby commanded
lo assemble at tnoir armory In jjaucastor.
On Friday. Aua;uat lTi 1800,
and after Choosing threa quallded elector.
(x)d or whom shall be th. highest officer in
vanir nreaent. not candlilutel to act as
Judges, and one qualified clecloV.lo act aa
i;i.rk of aald' election, proceed between the
hours of 10 o'clock A. NT. and 1 o'clock H.
M., to eleot one Keeond Ltviltenant and one
TPblrct Lieutenant of anM Company, to fill
, .aunHies occasioned br th. nrontbllon
T Second' Ueiitonant Stafford, and tha resignation of
Third Lieutenant Mm. Said .lection will be Conduct
ed In all respeots In accordance with tha Laws and He
r ulatlona.aorertiliig tiie Militia and Volunteer Mill -
JOHN S, BHASEE, Briff. Major.
Eancwcr, A'ugust . 1W0-3W18 .
OF EVEIIY DESCRIPTION,
From tbe best materials, and at lb. lowest caab pice.
OtfABSB BOOTS AT $3 60,
and other work In proportion. .
KKKD, STAFFORD & CO.
G. W. PKATT S
J. C. WEAVER'S HARDWARE 8T0RE
Where bo has constantly oh hand all kinds of
OTICE Is hereby given , that a petition will be pre
mad lo the Commissioner, of Fairl.ld county.
on th. flnl Mondaf of esaarr uttt, praying fer th.
Vacation of so much of lb. road loading from Lancas
ter to Uav.nsport, as runs diagonally through th. Wast
half of Station FifU.n, and lb. Nortb.ast corner ef
Section Slxta.n In said ccustjr.
ilADE TO ORiOliR.
Coarse Boots at Ul& per Pair,
and oth.r work done In proportion.
CASH PAID FOR HIDES.
lancajtar, August S, 1640 SuilB
wuilinft until harvcatis upon them. 1 aljo manufac-
tur. SKLHV'S"1MPK0VKI) CHAIN UKll.L,"Ct 1
TING BOXES, jj-c.,warrauted the ben In use.
Lancaster, May S, 160 tf
Sold by CHCRi H PrPO.NT. Urneglst..
No.4111. Broadway. t York.
And all rcapectablf nrujiaiUiroughoutUi. touuiry
January U, lri)0l!'J7
Estate of Lewis I.yon.
JO TICF. Is horcby given, that the nnderignod baa
been appointed and duly qualified as Adminis
trator oflha Estate of JOSKHIl l,YNN,dceed,lale
or Amanda townsbln. Fairfield rnunii, Ohio. All
persons having clatmsagaiiist said Ksuia will present
them for settlement, lagelly auihentlratod within one
year and all luoa. indebted will make Immediate
IIM?3' A cow
early tn t
WILLIAM R1FK, Adm'tur.
Fstolti ol Jackien F. ItolMaaoA.
OTlt'E ia hereby glvon, tbat ttb undorsigned bai
been appolul.d aud Only qnaiifind aa Adininieira
ofllie batato of JACKSON K. HOULIKSUN.de
ceased, lata of Fairfield county, Ohio. All persons
having olatms'agalnst said Halite will present them
ror settlement, legally authenticated wilhlu oneyeai
and all those lu ebted will make ImuiuJiulo pay
oj.Pl. ELIZA ANN DOIL16SO?!, Axlni'lrlx.
8 f VEL DY,
OFFirE-Tullmadge Building, Mala 6treet.
Laiicaater,aprll 12, I860 Slf
TTll. BICELOAV'S OFFICE ll at bis OLr
If Resid.ne.,on Wh.elmgfitr.et, c.arColumbu
rtr..t.',wUcr.lie wlllatlcndtualltb. calls of ulaprof.
fesiion. Lsncaitet,Augml5,lP38 HI
KE II anJ WHITKSPOTriin or PlDEf,
0V. of the Durham Flock. It me
tn the Snrtnir. alid baa not since h.on
heard from, rbelsalsra-o ne Tow. and lain re
ward any peraon prnp-rly. who win renin, nermnie.
or give aueh information aa will nb'f " ?.!'; b.er
WILLIAM H. blll'Tl.
TH3HEBY annonnee In my old cnstuiuors.and tha
public generallV, lhal 1 hav. re-(i.ened my OLE
HKIC'K VAKB, Noribef LanraaWr, and will u4i.lj
Brlckof the very best qnaliiy, at very fair julcea
Give to" old ffleiid a ?all. HA VII) COWMEN .
Lancasier,;jy 31, IMO-Kti
ir. tt. hI'Ster. j. a. nrj.trEK
II. H, HUNTER & SON",
Attorney, and Coil easel lor. mt Law.
FICK-Shn'tTer House, up stairs. Entraou. W.sl
Balei,aprll 19, IHdO-3lf
IMPROVED CHAIN PUMP!
I HAVE REMOVED MY SHOP from my former
stand on Broadway In l.ancaater, to in Tesldence.
on. aud a half mil. nl of town . on ibcpiko. wher.
1 am ffianufatturt:iir m').".l.raed cbalu rump, and
will ailord.raoasnorH.O!::. ad wiri,r.i at!s'ac
tlon. ISAAC BftEN.VAXA.r.