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AUGUST 23, 1860.
ARRIVALS & DEPARTURES OF MAILS,
At Lancaster j-Bf Ballrd.
Crs going West.... : " JJ.
Cars golog East 1 3 M-
Acooara'udattoa going West 7 IV P.
TbHTralii.on Saturday eight, lays over at Lancas
ter, nil resume. It. trip od kunday Evening eaabnve.
Accommodation fuing East s 5n A. M.
This Train, on Saturday, iilgUi.le.ye.over it Lancas
ter, aud resuutMltalripon Monday Mor:ilug,aaabove.
( II f Coache.
To Columbus every day, eieept Sunday at . A.M.
Arrive, al Lancaster,, m . M.
To Logan.every day .except Sunday at... . A. M.
arrive, et l.anoaster...-. ....6 P. M.
Accommodation each day,arrlyeedi d parts at 12 M.
To Baltimore, arrlfoa and depart, overy Tuesday
and Friday.. . ,
To New Salem, arrlTOt and depart, every Tuesday
knd Frldae. ..
To Clo.rpoit, every Thuredey night, and return!
To Carroll, arrlrea and depart, every Tuoadayand
Frl.lav nihis,at7 o'clock
To Kushvtlle. every Tiiesday and Friday at 13 M.
hud returns aame evening.
There will be no service in tlio Bap
tist Church on Columbus atreut on Sab
bath next, in consequence ol tfce church
not beiug ready. The Rev. Strickland,
their Pastor vili preach at ihe Pnsbytu
rian Church on Sabbath evening next.
Mr. N. Fbllowes' Lectures, now in
progress at the PrtBbyterian Church in
this city, aro to be continued through the
His presentation of the subject is boili
hovel and attractive ,and we hope that his
audiences, which havo been increasing
iiighlly notwithstanding tbe extreme heat
bf the weather, will not be dimitiiolied
until this Vitally . inipdrtntit subject shall
be LclUr understood in this community.
We certainly devote lob much attention
to tho structure of horses and hogs and
tin, liitla to the structure of men. We
are too indifferent t6 tbe laws of the bu
rhart organization, to those oulward con
ditions in which all human life is incor
porated, to tlioso limits, so clearly de
fined by Physiognomy, by which uiiture
has beeu pleased to modify and distin
guish, biii various personalities; Of
course the reliability of physiognomy, as
an art, depends greatly bn the skill of the
practitioner, but we think that no one
who has witnessed the demonstrations of
Mi. Feiiowcs bah' deny tiiat he is an ac
ceptable master of ihe art of turning folk's
brains iusiJe out for public inspection.
He makes private dtfscriptidns of chanc
ier, with advice as id self improvement,
ilc, at ihe Cook House. All who aie
interested in the subject should call on
tiiru without delay, as they can hardly
fail to be instructed by his Icisons and
charts of character, which he gives With
great Satisfaction every where.
iiuil 1'cri Lincoln Meeting.
Tho rail pell moating of Saturday night
was a complete success, Tho crowd was
Urge, respectable, and enthusiastic. W,
P. Ckeed, Esrj., always strong, forcible,
and eloquent, mado one of his finest ef
forts. friviH' raoro thaii Satisfaction. His
ripeoch was a manly, dignified and elo
quout exposition of Hepublicad piiticlplcs
in short it wus complete
This mooting was gotten up, as was sta
toi last week, by Messrs. John Lyon?
Oliver iSloncburncr arid Mitts Jciincs,
live ReDublieans and honost men, and it
de3S thbtu irreAi credit. Out of their
tiwn pockots they paid for (he printing
tho building of the platform, the lights
and for the rnuslu of tho occasion, refu
sing contributions froni all "Sources'. Be
fore the niuoiing assembled, calumny had
suid that the Republicans wore following
the pernicious example of tho Douglas
Democracy, and that Mi. Lyons had got
tip tho meeting for "benefit, ' but when
Mr. Lyons closed his shop, calumny sneak
ed away like a whipped cur. Tl.ero are
no hotter Rjpublicar.s lhati Lyons, Sionc
Liirocr and Jeffries.
A. couple o( the dehoendAiita of
'Ham," feeling themselves mutually ag
grieved, met iri front of our ofikc on Tues
day eVerriiVg list, and whip .m hand at
fWp'lctt K sotiterrtrtrit of their grievances.
But a' few eiuhan'gos were passed before
"Bill,"' fe'clirigthathe had "oaught a tar
tar,'' dttered 'hg bail." "Joe," not alto
gether BSlisfioJ pursued in hot haste. '
The sWe that followed was interesting
t'lirry-ifcurry1, liip'ity-olip up Main street
they Went, "Bill" (feeing "Joe" pursu
ing jus out of reach of his posterior, at
which he aimed sundry heavy a'nd vicious
blows; but "Bill" was too fleet, he pass
ed "over the hill" in tho "twinkling of an'
eye," and the sluggish "Joo" distanc
ed and double-distanced, abandoned tho
pursuit, very much to the gratification of
"Bill" and the disappointment of the boys.
On Wednesday morning Mayor Fritter
"charged" thomn 83 and costs.
Tho Bi'eokeuriJjj'e Club of this city held
a meeting at lie Town Hall oa Saturday
evening last, furjho purpose of organiz
ing this township. Tbo mealing was not
large, but those present vere men of ohar-
aoteraiitl iofluencs, and they will make a
Back Again. Joseph MoCrea under
ihe agency of our energetic young friaod
John Rflnsbaw, ia opening out a Dew and
splendid assortment of Groceries kc, in
the room formerly oooupied by him in tbe
habffor b-Jildipg. We bespeak for him a
libe;a) chare of public patronage.
t)t GliEAT JOY
TO THE PEOPLE!
CASSIUS M. CLAY,
Of Kentucky, will be
in Lancaster, on Fri
day, Aug. . 24th. Let
the news be spread.
Let usgivc i Kentucky's
gallant son such a re
ception as his talent
and patriotism d c
scrve. Turn out eve
ry bodyold and young,
male and female.
jCiT The Perry County Democracy
have a high estimation of Mr. Martin's
popularity, and of the . "I.ancasicr aris
toe racy" in general. A lute copy of the
New Lexington Sentinel contains the fol
"then in view of the fact of Hortou't
nomination, and Martin's ahiolult vi nt of
poyulariti in., this .coitnty; we ask that
some other porson bo nominated. Mar
tin cannot get the vote of thin county. Tle
Democracy here are opposed to giving their
support to a man who has no claims upon
the dittrict, and who does not merit any
favor. The Lancaster aristociacy have
made him thoir, pet, and think it impu
dence lor A eiga, Athens. Vinton, Hock
ing- or Perry to say one word ugHlnst him
We say, and wht we say we mean, that
he can't get old Perry. Wo then ask eve
ry democrat to vote for some other man
at LOjan, it be desiies the defeat of Hor-
Wo niust not Submit to this dictation
of Fairfield We must act without com
pulsion or Dot at all. Is it possible that
there are not some good men out side of
Lancaster who are deserving:
What's the ttsedfnomiiiatins: Martin?
lid would not do.iirc it if lie knew
that certain, sure and inevitable defeat,
looked him in the face.
Turn out Democrats of tho lith dis
triot and let us rebuke Fairfield. She is
over-grown and burdened with "teat men
it is true, but let them look to some other
field to display their powers of mind.
Forllie Gaae'to and Democrat.
From our own Correspondent.
New York. August 13, 18G0.
Mesks. Editors : Tho past week has
been the warmest or rather the hottest
of the season, and stocks have risen with
the tlltrrrJoniettr. Wall stieot has gone
nraiv on llm nubiam (,f Western Hail
Roads, and io hear the "Bulls" talk you
would suppose that tbe prrsent crop be
ing so large, the citizens bf the West
would have noihirg to do for the uext
twelve months but travel by Kail and
spend tho proceeds of what they Lave
raised. Why do not some of tho unfor
tunate holders of your C. W. & Z. Rail
Road cot their stock put on the "list" by
the fiuard of Brokers here bribe two or
three cditcis to puff it, among whom the
editor o'f the N. Y. Herald thould be one
hire as many brokers to make fictitious
purchases let your local papers rXpa
tiate on the abundance and value of the
coal beds in Perry county, the health and
beauty of Fairfield, the lertilityof Picks
way, the wealth of Clinton, and give a
few tables of statistics showing the capa
city and prospects of the Road, whether
true or false nmkes but little difference
these must be copied into the New York
ortaus, and the busiuoss is done ; stock
will rise from U to 50; the present hold
ors may sell out, the purchasers get swin
clmi, and the operators bave tbe credit o
belli'' smart fellows rind shicwd caloula
In polities, there is not much doing,
the weather buiii'' too hot for action or
taltinrr. The result of the August eloc
tiofis in North Carolina; Kentucky itud
Missouri, have taken the Locofocos all
aback; ihcy calculated on oarrying every
thing by increased majorities and find
they are los'in'g ground every where. The
llenilJ, Whuh was for Houston in May,
for Douglas in June, and Breckinridge in
July, turned a'uothur somerset on batur
day and comas out flit-foot for licll and
Kverdil; many think Bennflt will be for
Lin'ooln before November, which may
Heaven in its infinite mercy forbid, as he
is e o'ugh to damage if not damn any
party (o which ho may attach himself.
Tho attempted coalition in' this Stato,
butweon tho leaders of tbe Doughrs and
Bell p'trtios ha proved to be a fizzle, and
has resulted in turning hundreds and
thousands from the so callod Union patty
to be supporters of Honest Old Abe. It
is pleasing to; all true paltriots to sco so
many m'o'o, particularly the young, Wtn
in from the corrupt practices' of the Lo
cofocos tlioy ought not to be oallad Dem
ocrats to the progressive ivcpublioan
party although they are not needed for
the ejection ol Lincoln, as that is a set
tled fact, but it shows there is much vir
tue still existing in our body poli'.io.
The last news from Europe, leaves no
reason to doubt, but that their crops bave
been so much injured by had weather aa
to renune all tho bread-strrTs we can
spare them so you may look for good
prices and a steady demand foY all you
oan forward to tbe Easter manrketa. .
We are requested to say that the rem-
nant cf the Lancaster Crioket Club bave
aooepted the challenge of the Circleville
Club to play at the Pickaway county Fair.
The Fair it to be beld on tbe 12tb, 13tb
and !4tb of September, but on which of
these days the contest comes off, we are
he Mass Meetirte; df
REMEMBER that Ho. John Sh'ih-
man, the able defender of Republicanism
and the gallant leader of the last Con
gress, will where to address the people.
REMEMBER that our eloquent and
distinguished candidate for Congiess,
Hon. V. B. Hortok. will be here.
Let us give them such a niectio" as
will tcrify the enemies of truth.
List ofttcpubllcuu Mats meetings
for tlie lltli Congressional li
MoArthur, Vinton county, Monday,
Aug, 27. --Sherman and Hon. V. B.
Pomeroy, Meigs county, Tuesday, Aug
28 Sherman and Horton.
Athens, Athens county, Wednesday,
Au 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,
Sept., 1. Shermaa afid Horton.
Our distinguished and eloquent candi
date for Sjnttorial Elector on the Reoub-
licau ticket, Fuku. Hassaup.kk, will address
his German fellow-citizens at the follow
ing1 times and places.
Lancaster, Fairfield Co.,Tuesday,Sept.,
4., at 7. P. M.
Logan, Hocking Co.,WedDesday, Sept.,
5, at 2 P.M.
Mc Arthur, Vinton Co., TliursJsy.Scp't.,
C, at 2, P. M.
iUen who uo nuu a Man who Don't Care
Whether Slavery is Voted up or Down.
We hold these truths to be self-evidertt
that all men are created equal; that they
iro endowned by their Creator with cer
tain inalienable rights, among which are
ife, liberty and the pursuit of hapir.'esa
Declaration of Independence.'
1 VVHi L VAliXi wliettier Slavery is
voted up or voted down. Stephen A.
It is among my nisi wishes to see some
platl adopted by which Slavery in the
codntry liiay be abolished by law.-Wash-
i UUiN'i' CAKE whether Slavery is
voted up or voted down.S. A. Douglas.
Indeed, 1 tremble for my country.wuen
I reflect that God is just; that His jus
tice oalinot sleep forever; that consider
ing numbers, nature and natural means
only, a revolution of the wheel of fortune
an exchange of situation is among
possible events; that it may become prob
able by supernatural influence; the Al
mighty has no attribute that can take
side with us in such a contest. Thomas
I DON'T CARE whether Slavery is
voted hp or voted down. S. A. Doug
las. We have found this evil (slavery) has
preyed upon the very vitals of the Union
mid lifts been prejudicul to the States in
which it has existed. James Monroe.
I DON'T CARE whsther Slavery is
voted up or voted down. S. A.Douglas.
Sir, I envy neither the nesd nor the
heart of that man from the North who
rises here to defend Slavery on principle.
1 DON'T CAH2 where Slavery is vo
ted up or voted down. S. A. Douglas.
So lout; as God allows tho vital current
to flow through my vdios, I will :,cver,
never, njcver, by word or thought, by
mind or will, aid in admitting ono rod of
freo territory to "the everlasting curse of
Never can I be induced by any eaftbly
porter to vote to extend shivery over one
foot of torritory now five. Henry Clay.
I DON'T CARD whether Shivery is
voted up or voted down. S. A. Doug
I never would consen', and never have
consented that there should bo one foot
of slave territory beyond what the old thir
teen Slates bad alt the formation of tho
Union, nevor, never. Sir, whenever,
there is a foot of land to be stayed back
from becoming a alave territory, I am
ready to" sssert the priuciplo of the ex
clusion of sUvery. Daniel Webster.
I DON'T CARE whether Slavery is
voted up or voted down. S. A. Doug
lrix; It is wrong to admit into, the Constitu
tion tho idea trat there can be property in
I DON'T CARE whether Slavery is
voted up or voted dowfrS. A. Do'dg
laif. lKft-DvmKi'ts Dtimo'era iy ia pretty well
played out in P jf tags county. Tho Cleve
land Leader e'ayl a gfiat Douglas mass
mefittr.g was appointud for Sttuida'y last
at Kavenna. Messrs; II. 1?. Payne and
R. P. Ranncv wore announced as sneak
ers, besides diverse and sundry tester
lights.' At the botrr for tho meeting there
were about a score of people ptesont. An
hour passed by, and there Were then one
hundred and soven person in. the halt,
including Republicans who bad gathered
to son the fun. Payno wasn't there to
make bis speeob, and Ranney wouldn't
show himself. It was a complete fizzle,
and the getters up of the meeting "gues
sed the notice hadn't been oil oulated. A
few days before there was aBreokinridge
meeting appointed, and only thirty peo
ple gathered. Good for Portage.
XrWe call the attention of the travel
ing publio to tbe fact tbat MoClure it
Co., bave greatly reduced tbe fare , from
Columbus to Pomeroy and all intermedi
Tbe fare now from Columbus to Lan
caster Is but one dollar, it is proportion-
ably reduced to other pomte,
Itepubl lean Plan meeting.
Tbe Central Committee on Saturday
last decided to bold the Republican Coun
ty Convention for i'an purpose of nomina
ting' candidate for tbe following offices,
,0'",t: j; k
One Clerk of Court of Common Pleas,
On candidate for County Auditor,
" " Hheriff,
" " Commissioner,
' " " Probate J udge.
" " Pros. Attorney ,
' ' " Recorder,
" " Inf. Diiettor,
" i' Coroner,
On Saturday, Sept. 1st, 1860,
. Let the masses turn out fioui every
Township. Com One, Come A II 1
no.. sons siii-tm.ix,
Hon. V. b! HORTON,
have been invited, and with otliir distin
guished speakers are expected to be pres.
C. M- L. WISEMAN. Ch'n.
H. SCOTT, 8ec'y.
July 31st, 1860.
Later from Pike'e l'enk.
St. Joseph, August 81. Advices from
the mines to the 14th :nst., state thsta
silver lead miue was discovered ner Tar-
ryall, about sixty five miles from Denver
City, on the 10th inst.
A meeting was held at Tarryall on that
evening, and the Platte River Silver Leud
Mining Company was organise.!.
Nearly all the miners in that loo dity
were hastening to tho silver district.
Oreat excitement prevailed.
It is reported th the ore yield from
8lOOto8l50 per ton. The question of
the expediency oforganizmjr, State Gov
ernment iortlie l'ike's feaK legion is us
ing atritated. Several meetings have been
held and various measures proposed, tuil
no important action had beeu taken. Bu
siness continued dull.
"See advertisement of New Cider
Mill and Press. Also, t:. Music Store,
Pianoes, &c , in the Giesy Building.
ALL pirnnt Indobtnd to me, will plenia call br tbe
TKN'TH OK SECTKMUEIt and PAY UP. Can't
wait any louffur. lamolnC hall at that time and
muit have n ociey. Always .11 baud al OLD STAND
Willi UHKArcsi' iiuuui m town. a. j 0 1.1.1
Lancaster, Auyuil '.'3, ISBO 1 in'il
JACOB BICKEL, Agent.
tNTKVK.VSr.O.MBI.NKI)CIDF.R MILL & PRESS
nPatenl.il .May 11th, ISM, la th. Beit Mill and PrrM
now In u.h. It will irriud over ono bunJreJ aud UI1T
IiujIioU per hour, and mrke Ironi 30 lo 40 barrel, of
cider per day, with leu labor than ia required, uu tbe
beitotband rallU.to make 3, all or wlikh we will
iruarantu. by 8terena' Pr.aa. It require! no liaml
liiiK of puinauo; ai tlie puioaoe fall directly into one
of the pretsni. Aa quick aa one pre la Oiled we tip
a Iranifarrli.g board aud ml tbe other wbiie the one ia
pretiing. We uan grind and proii all atonce. Tbme
In want of Hremea, or wlibing to purchaa. tbe Klghl,
addreas JACOB UlCKKL.Miiillhvllle, Wayne aonmr,
Ohio. Information will be given iu willing or In
Kor KigbUIn the eounlina of Falrleld, Pickaway,
and Rocking, addrena B. GINGHKH, North Berne,
FalrUcld Co; lutbo county of Perry, J. STUTZMAN,
H. Gingber la in readlneaa to build mtlla, or aetl
rlghla to auit the purchaser. There ere aereral mllla
In operation near Berne Station,
We, the uiidenlgoed, having wllniied tbe opera
tion of Stevena' Patent Combinod Cider Mill and
Double Press, consider It a perfect Irluropo overall
other mllla and preaaos now in use. ills cneapanu
durable. Persona In want of a Cider Mill "ill do
well liv purchasing oneofthe above naiuod Mills.
A. Ktutztnun. David Yodor, John enumaaer, Jona
than Stultmun, Win. T. Keose, Emanuel Slutzmau,
Beiijainln r. Hirayer, ttarret oou; u. .u. iinu,o.
T. Webb. Henry Swartl, L. E. Leobner, N. Uoaily,
Israel Juclcson, J . Miller, H. Hliuuiateroseiiu n.uriz.
Lancaslur, Aug. 23 -Jwl,
PIANO FOHTES & MEIODEONS!
S. S. FASSETT
Is now opening In tnie City, nt the
Par tier Sewing machine Off ice,
FOR XXffMTIOX AXD SALE.
of tbe celebrated Ught aud Bradley, Kalm 6i Baeon
from the Pacioriea of E. M Bishop, S. A. Jewel and
Georce A. Prince. We would cull rte atientlon of
tlio cililem to our Liglitand Bradley Piano which baa
tho patent intuitu ed Iron Frame and Cone Strung Base.
This Instrument Is celebrated frr retaining Its origin
al lone, and not becomiug hard and wlrery, which ia
so much dreaded by those purchasing Piano Ports.
All Instruments sold are guaraalecd. Old Pianoes
taken in exuiiauiro for new.
Lancaster, A ugualM, 18iiu SI tf
Kstato of George W. Urof.
mTOTlCE Is hereby given, that Hie undersigne
W h. i.nninti.il aiulfllllv oualilledllS Adinllli
qualified as Ailinlnislra-
i..,..rii, K.iiu. nfGBOHQB W. GRl-FF. doceasod
laleof Palrneld county, Ohio All persons having
olaiiusagaliist said K.late will present thorn foraettle
iiiuut. legally authenticated wllliin one year and nil
those indubled will make Immediate payment.
KAMUEI. JACKSCN. Adm'tor,
August 53, lean 3'2i
. Court of Common 1'icus.
bllas Miltar.plaiutitf, )
r. i i siiiii.i n,.r.i. Petition W Partition.
Daniel Miller, etal Def'ls.r
Daniel Miller, Catharine Miller, Rosanuah Millar,
Rebecca. Miller, Kmlly Wlldetainth and Solomon
Wildormutii, hor husbaml; Klizabeth Smuke.di Hen
ry Hinuke her husband, .Anna Haunah, and William
G. Hannub, her husband, Solomon Wildennulli m-d
Noah Miller, will lake notice that a petition was tiled
ugainst them on tho list, ilay of August A. D. IHtMI. in
the Courl of Common Pleas, wllliin and Tor the conn
iv of Falrllold, In Ihe Htatn ofOhlo,and la unw pend
ing. i,.rulu ai. 1,1 Klias Miller, demands parlilion in
the following real estate, to-wll: In lots numbers
...ai.iw,i iTQi and soventv-lliree (73) with tho lln-
nrovements, Iu Ihe town of Carroll, Falrfteld county.
UIIIO. A1SO, puril'l ,ee ..uu,,, i.M. .,.. ,
No.S3.of fownsliii Ko. Ill, orKange No. 11), beund
il u. follows: Beginning at a nosl on the south west
oornur of Factory lotnnd Cannl; thence ilor?h with lie
West llnoofsnid factory tract to a post in range with
the aou'lh boundary ofCnnul street; thence west lo
Intersect tbe aoulll-enst corner of said street; thence
nnth to the canal: llicnce oast along tlio canal to tlio
boginnlug, couiiiliilng one-eight acres (.',) more or
Also another tract, distinguished by boing apart of
th'e south westeilinrler of section No. 2.1, of township
! No. ik. orraniro' No. 10. bogiiinllig at the Southeast
cqrn.r of canal slreel; thence, west wllh said atreetio
the road which, Intersects Main street at the South
anil- thence south s'ont fluid mad lo .Ibe canal; thence
oastalongcanalto Ihe south wed cornor of the first
namoa tract auose mt!n";i. . "
section line to the oasl boundary of. canal street, the
..I. nr kninninff iontaliiinBr one liitLf I Wl acre more
or less. Also In I"" No. 8 and IS, In tbe town of Basil,
Fairllo'.d county, Ohio.
Sii.irutosa 4i Cusaa, ., . ,
Atlorooys for Petitioner,
Lancaster, August 2J, 18eil.-ew31.pft7
THE BEST ARID CHEAPEST
a- i5ew and valuable machine which
Voniy Deed's examiuatlon to be uoleeraallr ap
prored.as It is rcore simple, durable, easily learned
njl mmm LAl . and is
"WaFaaur jt L'al
EQUAL TO ANY OTHER
FOft ALL FAMILY PUFPO'sfS.
I .rira Machines for Manufactarinr oiiroosas furn-
Isbed. Call and see, GIESEV'S BLOCil.four doors
west er Hocaing 'aitey
C. r. FLOWERS, Af eat.
AT THE PARKER FEWINO MACHIKE OFFICE
Is orenared to aieeuteall oidars for ORBSR MAK
ING: slier tbe latest atylea. Alas CLOAKb aid
MAHTILLAS, cut sod mad 10 erdol.
teacuter, auguat It, 1S( 1.
is. bicxcows or riejt u t ki 01 r
Uuis.111 wa11iairi. noil'aluhu
i, wh.re h will (Head t.-lits call, of olsprnf
Corrected weekly by Wygum db Lgont.
Coffee 18.40c Sugar lUGSIIo
Eggs 8 Molasees f.O
Lard 0 Palt 1 75
Bacon 810e. . iiuttnr 10
Wheal per LuJIiel 680(35
Flour per barrel, 84 765 00.
Corn Mo Oats 25o Barley 70o
. Potatoes 36a30c.
Fish per half barrel, White 86 75;
Pickerel, $5 00; Bass 6 00.
Baltimore. Aug. 21. Flour dull and
drooping. Howard street and City Mills
held at 65 .60.
Whut, antive and s'eadv; Red, $1 23
and 1 23; White, 1 1 3 J a i b'5.
Corn is dull at Ti a 73j fjr Ytllow: an I
76 a 78o for White.
Provisions active. Large sain of bulk
Meats at a 1 1 J . Bieo'a at 9J a lOle.
Wlnsky dull at 22.
PiiUADSLPiirA, Aucr. 21 Flour:
f 3J0 bblt. Superfine at lb 61.
Wheat Firm; sales of 4.UU0 buhls
Redalll 27a 1 35; White, 51 45 a 1 55
L'ltn dull at 68c.
WhiskyFirm, at 21 a 22c.
MASONIC CA LENDER
LANCASTER LOPOF.No.57 Alport s, jaoo
ENCAMPMENT, No. ? Sep,. 4 -
AuguitlO, ISUi. i. STEl.N'MA.N. K.cordor.
ja: a- a. dht1.
IIAKITV LODGE, No. 7, meelt ererr Monday
OCKHOoKtNG ENCAMPMENT. Vo.W. meela
4d and 41b Thursday Evening in each toonlb.
Lancatler, apru iv, lsiiu an
Rccd, Stafford & Co.
AT THE OLD STAND OF
OX MA IX STREET,
Opposite the HockinsVallcy Bank;
CO? TIN IE TO MANUFACfUKE
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
From the beat materials, aud at tbe lowest cash price.
COARSE BOOTS AT $3 SO,
and other work In proportion.
HEKI), STAFFORD At CO.
Laneaater, July 5,1360-imU
J. C. WEAVER'S HARDWARE STORE
where he has constantly on band all kinds of
MADE TO ORDER.
Coarse Boots at $3 25 per Pair,
aud other work done In proportion.
CASH PAID FOK HIDES.
Laooastsr, Augusts, 18fi0 3ml4
Iu Fairflcltl County Court of Com. Pleas.
Genres Kaulfman.Plalnliu'.agatns'.John H Tennenl,
Motion to rgvivt dormant Judfmtnt.
TllK Defendant John U. Tennant. Is notlDed thnt
on April 14, H0. the Flalulln" filed In said Court,
his motion against him. alleging that at tho Oclnbor
lormofsaid Court. 18.13, he recovered a judgment
against him for (3.038 damages.and.gUO costs of suit,
whub is now dormant. ana unrecoreie.i ana nnsaus
ned either in whole or In I'nrt. and playing that an
order might be entered, requiring said Defendant to
show caose by October uext, why Ihe cause should not
be revived agalnathlm.and execution awarded there
on . And that such order hastieon made by said court,
and unless lis appear and answer by said day, the
said Judgment will be revived and execution awarded
tbereon JOHN C. BAINEY, Clerk.
A ugu st 4 , 1 809 6 w 1 8 pf 1 3 50
II K Laneaster Ohio Manufuolurlog Company will
offer at public sale,
Ou Thura-lar, Augu.C.IO, 18AO,
on the premises, in the city of Lancaster, Ohio, all
their Rulldlngs, Mnchmery and Real Estate.conslsling
of a Three Story Brick Building, 3S5 by 80 feet, ami
a One Story Brick Shed Building unjoining tbe main
building. 47(1 bv HO feet, with Brick bnglne and Boiler
Houses ana a tsric.K cnunney.iiace cu ieo uik, o
oltlee, and a Orlb capable cr hoiaing JU.nmi ousneisoi
Corn and about Five Acres of ground, situated within
the southern limits of snldctty- The engine Is a 1(H)
horse power, with two 0 inch forcing pumps attached.
The Buildings and Machinery are ail new, and were
erected and equipped as a Starch Factory, (or the
manufacturing ol Kiarcn irom inuian i u. v.,u.
he readilv and cheaply contorted Inlo a niannfaclur
ing establishment for oilier purposes, if desirable.
Upon the premises Is a powerful and never-fnilinf
Spring, of pure water, capa'ile of furnsbliig 0.1100 to
10,000 barrels of pure water every twenty four hours.
I he above oitablMillloul Is located On the bunk of the
H.wkinit Vlli.e Canal, wllh a aulislaullal wharf be
longing to Ihe same, and Is within twenty rods of I ho
Depot of the Cincinnati, Wilmington, and Zanesvllle
Railroad, and Is every wa.y one of Ihe best located
in ,,n niiiiLrv The whole will be sola a: a
great bargain, and is well worth the atientlon and ex
amination of ourchases. Tho terms of sulo will be
made known on tho day nf sale. ;
P. V. THUMP, Prns't. L. 0. M
Lancaslor, Ohio, July JO. I860 5W 17
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Insurance nnd ColleciinR AKcnt,
-.'FFICK In the now City Hall Entrance on
Lancaster, marcu-,, inwu
LiWUKMi & MASSE IT
Having procured forlhemselvesa
Are now prepared to cxecule on tte rhortesl notice all
work, foin the SMALLEST M ISIATUMS to a
AmbrotYpes; errotVpeS,' Sec,
of all sH les and sites', put np in Cases, or Frames to
suit patrons. Th y latter themselves, thattbeltnown
nonularlly ortlieir rooms, wm apcur, io
ier,tlnned.pationgof the public, .They are deter'
mined not to be surpassed .either ia pictures or prloea.
Fbotograpnspu-.up iu orur, si- --
ROOMS CLINTON HALL.
tullmadce Block, Mulii Street.
Jus J8. 106O- lit
A Valuable Farm fur bale.
THEaubsoriher offers at private sal. a DESIRA
BLE FARM, situate in Washington lownthip.
Pickaway County, Ohio, three and a half ratio, K.sl
of Clrcleellio; anu on nan w, .... ...
utrtufDOlW. Raid FarmoontalutSTjOacrea -HOaore,
Mil whientsunprovoo, .uu .uo .,... .
- no .OTWOtgTbR? BRICK DWEL-J
LINO HOUSE -and ont-butldlnea also of brick, two
well, ofgood water, a young orchard of 110 tree, of
OBOtc. grafted frutt.and .good FWDO ftttary, .
Forflrtb.r partlettl.ra.addr or jail oa tb , ...b-
,crlbei.al Lsncasier, uuioi or. u . -.TVi V
.earClrolevlllo. JOHS 1O0LB.
kTOTICKla herobif gtwii , U.t a piluoo will a '
ik. Khi -feisgae ef f sMsasr aea,, praying (or the
vasautoa of so muck of th road loaJlag Irom Lao
VZ. f.hT..ilyihTok tk We
tar to anosDOf v,
Hectioaj Kituiea is i
HOP Sold Corn.r,StB aud C.Uatbuaatreeta.
Laneaater, lun 7, 1H60-. nn(
COAL OIL LAMPS
WITH CHIMSKYS AXULAXr TKIIMf0
.Derail;, at Itie , CH1S A 1 OHB.
Lancatur, July H, J60 15tf
fttoae, Vellow-wai had 0h
Iroprov.d from U.t y.ar; for m! at th
Uocaat.r, Julj 1, leOO 1511 till "(A STOKE.
William A. Stewart,
IN GREENE'S BLOCK,
Oppaelte the Jallmadge House,
Ktapi alwaya on hand a larg. atock of
Table Catlerv Spoons, Waiters.
BIRD CAGES, fce., 4e.
And slway lo receipt nf iomthlLj ow.
NEW FRUIT JAR.
T OPfKR PORSAl.EthoXBWGUSSPRUITJAR
which to at tt.a lop wiih n crovand India rub
ber bat.d, whicl ptftj excludftt tfaa air. It U at
rtnra th moit prfct and aatltrtl mauafed jar yV tu
raavad. Cotu tod axamttitt than).
Laneaatare July 12, IflCO 15;f
AND ALL OTHERS
INTERESTED IX GOOD FLOUR.
K ETC HUM
f 111 AT old Millar. li a? a In at tbu dr SIam
I til lal the Hootb end of Broadway. nar xh
Woo11d Factory, wbare bo hopi lo me all bia old
vuaioificir and bo would aj' to ttaam, tbat be 1 Tery
Uiarikful for iLir former paLronNo, hop'nif thy wtll
aatn farorblm who tfiflr rrlr.dinif. He la now At
tiiif tUo Mill iu fT'Kd orter,and will do all in"hiixw
or. to eive err ry one aod Flour, and a rod tarn
'u, a tie Intetidi to ir l own attwntion to the
Mill.aod gnuU all grlttbat rofuf a toon aa poul-
Laneaater, Ohio, Jul It, Ib'Ai 415
Order of Fourth and Tlno Mtrcct,
OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE,
NIXON'S SEW SIS STOR? Bt 11.0150.
TTELD lo be the most thorouih CommsrHs! C
IX leg. la the Colon -Course of study embraces
more tbso that or any other Commejctal Colleze.
Exclusive pow.r of awardlnz dlnloinas beini: vesl.d
in a Board of ExamlL.rs, Its graduates aland asao
cnontaiiu la the foremost rank. Its apartmenta not
.idled In dimensions or finish. Loeated to the most
active and faahlooanle thoroughfare at the central
termini of the street rallwaya.
Vil.ES GREENWOOD, Qty. g. F. CAHET,
hO.V. J. L VArTIKR. REV. DR. i. it. WISE,
JfliGK XYROX H. TlLDKN.
Richnrd elaon, Author of "Nelsos's Xtr
cantlle Arithmetic," Principal of Aritumetlo Depart
Jam's yt. Waiter, tste Asaoctata Principal
of Bnrtliitl's College, Principal fcoottoejiDg Depart
ment. Wlllinns Allan miier, lslsSuperlutndrnl
Peuman of iron C'ty College, formerly ofHarlleU's.
Principsl of Penmanship Department.
Tbe principals, basing been rcr years at he besd of
their respective d Jpirtuien'.s in the prlnelpal Institu
tions of tbe class In tbl country, aided ty a corpt ef
diotinguiiKod teatKtra. eomblne In 4neu City Col
lege, all the excellences and improvements that have
thus far beun developed In oomrac relet edacation.
Goom arceunlantsare alwavs to demand alsean'pj
from 1800 lo f 1 ,500. niudunls enter ai any time. So
Send Immediately for sped mens of PeamsnshtpauJ
elreu arscouulnlng full particVlars.
At dress, (mcloslng six rents.)
NU N, WaTTER" A MILI ER,
Queen City Collorc, Cinelnsatl, Ohio.
Dissolution of Partnership.
TflHE Psrtnershlp heretofore etlstiogbetwcen 8IM
I EON B RICKFORDdt JOHN C. DAVIS in the
Lancaster Woollen Factory, Lancaster Ohio, Is br mu
tual ronseut. Ibis day dissolved. Tbe books and ac
counts of said ffnn are in the porses-lon pf said Sim
eon B. Biokford. who is auiborited to collect and set
tle Ihe accouiile and business of said Drm. lie will be
fr und al all times at ibe place of business, formerly
occupied by said firm. Allpersons indebted to aaid
Arm are req ested le come forward and make Imme
diate payment. SIMKON B. BICKFOR1),
May iu, latio 7;r joii.-i c. uavis.
"STINCHCOMB & CLARKE,
ATTOKNEYS AT L!i.Vt
I, A Sf S A eK.tP 3 a 9 'J 2S 2 S
OFFICE Isllmsdse block Second Siory First
door to the right at tbe bead cube Stairs.
J. IV.SrCVCMCOKO. It.Jtf. CLAUKF
A prll 19. larjQ jtf
U. C. T. A.
For all Tbroat and Lung Complaints, from
Comm't'u Coughs t Actil Couaumption.
The Natural nnd Sute Remedy for all.
From Ntfura.elalhraujrii all cjim whare Opium wm
evoromJ i tlialof liellrium tretneos, anJ it. a cum
uiuu clnef cause of UiJeae.
LOSS OV SLEEP.
the rrout Central Active 1'iinilple of the Tolti Ano
dyne Is a true development of tbe Ortglnal ulural
Iupiate. in nil enstis wnerever vjimjiio iia, ooe j.cm
an, I its banefulorrectswiUiesjed.no mark ofours can
ali',iuelcly cuinparc Hie ditTerince, and no decision is
eiusl to a'lrinl. Tlie Anudyne contains Beta particle
oi Onluiii. and tbo most delicate constitution oun use
It m!h safely, and the perloctly natural stale it soups
and leaves tbe Pllenl should rrcniniuond It to Physi
cians who lime long sought Iheirne dovuicpmeul.and
lu Patleuls who want n:itiir;il romlls. :
Tbe bails of tho Universal cnurh ticmcny is tnai
freedom Irnraall coin poneiiu which by the great error
in ro'npoundiug, produce complete tnerts, instead of
renl cures. We place no restraint on Us use every
hour in the dy, anu aslcall. Pjtienis to maLe It Hie
natural enumy to nil l oujtui, luroai. or bung i.om'
plaints by a perfect froejom rf application. For In
llailinialorv Sore Throat it Is a perfect Remedy, and
for hooping Cough choiksall. the spasmsaud allows
ihei ougii to nnvo us run 111 a cuiei way. ,
With the spirit ma' we c.mn ait investigation, idu
readiness lo answer all inquiries, may we In return
ask all to he cunli'.ius to purchase only of those they
can rely upon. '-Prices within Ihe reach of all."
Ireneral Aems, J . w . liunuewuu r tiw
ComuiHrcial Wharf, Bolon.
George. Hunnewell. Mi Water Street. N-w "nrk-
UnderthosfecialaupervisionofJohn I Hunoewelt,
Chemist and Phartnai-eutlst, Hosion, MMsacbusetis,
whose signature covers the cork of Ihe genuine
only, and lo whomaddrcssall communications.
Sold bv all respectable dealers everywhere.
CJ. KaIPMAN dr CO. Agents, Lancaster, Ohio.
Fitlre, Hcksiein A Co. Cincinnati, wholesale agonta.
Augusts, letiO ly 13
Dia.olutlon ol Partner.hlp.
rwsitir narmnrHhin heretofore eaiitlnff between L.O.
DAVIS di C. L. WATTS n the faddiery and
Hsrnt.s making business. In the city of Lancaster, 1,
by mutual consent this (lay itissoiveo.
The booksaad accounts of aaid drsn are In ihe pes'
spsslnn of said L. O. Davis, who Is anthorlied to col
led ihe accounts and settle the bnsiness of tbe firm
Ua ill h. rmmS t ih. nA nlA nf business.
Psisous Indebted are requested to com forward
and make immediate pajoient . -VIQ
Augrut 18, t8S0-3wW C. L. Vi ATTS.
Estate of Lswls Lynn.
1T0TICF I, hereby given, tbat the underilcn.d bai
l uoeu appointed and duly quallllod a, Admlalt
. T .rv . k ! 'r.i r J OS - rH L Y N N . d.eaaed Jau
.r .,.ni. inwnahlo. Fairfield cinnlT. Ohio. All
persons having elalm,agaln,t aaid Esute will Prasad
tbera forMtllemeni, legally authenticated wlihls no
Tsr noa all Ihoaa indebted will make lmmodlat
' uiinnu Dtirir AA.iir
psymeui. ,r . ...
July So, :6oO-Swl7
Fatate of JaoK.on F. Dolllaaon.
fATOTiCS I, hereby given, that the und.rsigned ha.
I v bgs appoiol.n ana nuiy qnsiiuen aa saminuir.
tfleoftb kTiateaf JACKSON P. HOLLISSUM , .10-
eeased.l.te of Fairfield eounty, Ohio,. All peraoo.
h.ior ol.lm. Mi-sln.i aaid Bslale will preaani tueoi
fir wMiemeni. leg. ly uikoaueatM
1 HAVIrftdaUnl"t i
HEW AIR TIGHT FRUIT, JAR. S
Tb.yar.i.rtliaVm.LOW WAKE, aud will oilrlT
uptr.Jo uo :ln, or ntnne lara. on aevul ot Uuttf
air-Ujfbt, atitl frre fru-a ct'rr.ni t
' AND i :
General Ilouae Furniahinx EalaUltabmcat.
aa h.relofvre. Alac : 4
Stove-Pipe and Sheet-Iroa Work
n ordar. ' '
8P0UTIHQ AND TIN-EOOrllTO
alteoded to at abort nmite. JOHN TVOHK.
LauoMt.i, May 31, 1900 (at
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
Wbasat;r, corner, i.ociitpr, umo.
WE bar. en bind, for eale,i clibloe and well aa
loeMdSloekof lira 2, Medleln..! filata, Oil, Dr.
Mtuffe, fatten 7Iedlclne,rrrfBme.
rr, Toilet Article, taneyoo t. Ao
In addition to the above, e bare alau a choice And
aelected Stock of
Emoraelnrnrl eer a'Uale uanallf Tfpt In a r -
tairUroeer; Eiui.ltahoiert, T. ail ol bleb we re
anectfullr inilte ll. aiieetloe ofc'h pu rclara.
CITY HARNESS SHOP!
3Cs. ca. :u9.-xrjLs
VT hit OLD R HOP In Martin' Row. on he corner
of Main and Broadway, wira L ia prepared to
maDQTaf iar to ordr oa iti ibu(wt aouc Ha ba
alaooDhacd alarga and ...
SUPERIOR Slock of HARAKSS,
COLLAltS; n'HIP.S, TKUNES,
Ills Slock eouurises
SILVER. BRASS AND BLACK MOUNTED HARNESS.
Aleo Wiig-on and Plots llarns.
fie Is deteroilord nottobe suriussed Ia iLe llyle
and quality of his guo.is.
He baa also a Trimming b'p, anera
BfGT AD CARRI iGC T.1iSl.G.
will h dona oa atmrr not!c4,ttiJ Id uptfrior tjl3.
Lau.c&t'.t'r, May ;'J, letu Ija1
In tho Tallinad;e Hlock, next door to
the cntrauec telhe llmrl,
HAS RECEIVED H2K SPRI.NG STOCH OF
isHilS AND CAFS2S
of tbe Cat qaaiHt and Uwt t:lvj; iuclu'J.nj a
la.r ritiy tf
all of whtub ihe t )lit.rr pst .,s' h.'rltmj pricra.
9ha !i detaro.ii.oi itoi io b r t ?h.. r in
or prleea. Juituvajsier, M-j 17, .-:6o- 3ui7
11 li 5lje V . Iu .
TTAK removed bit office ' to fH)eer Block, two
I I doorr South of H. B. K irter, p.urMore.
, ."writ wicimcr jf
Main and Colomous Mret.
Lancaaier Apr), i. lc&O. Jail
THE LITTLE GIATST
WITH a STOLE. OK
Summer Dry Goods.
cossmisa o .
LAWNS. FANCY ORGANDIES.
LACE DO., SILK LACE,
CAHE3, LATEST STYLES.
A 61'Lg.SDID Tr CK OF
A 9ne assortment of
LADIES' riSE DUiS SlIOES,
(;nitor, only 46 ci ul a pair.
Theb'ghest market price pmr for Bulinrand Fgga.
Hay 17. lose-; if JiAliii .Y0i.
JrsltJybaui.in Biood o,-n c-elLg
alwavs Dresents us un t m" "".
th. Blood of a person suHerli.g Irom Cor,sun,pllon,
Ulver Compiail,;, llyspep.la, crolula. 4 c. i.a we
llndineverv lnt!i; certs n, dencVucKs in the led
elobules of Blood.. Supply these dcfirlenolee el.il )ou
ire made well. 1 he BLOOli KOO U is founded npou
this Tliecr' hence its sstor.isblng success Ihoreare
adapted to the dent ienclcs of 'bo Blm.J In differen.
disease,. For Cougk.. Coin,. h'on.kxH,, any .Bee.
lion whatever of tbe Trt or iaf inducln ton
s.sipltca.use Mi.,1. , r . in rl,V.'
Cjiaeiaials arising fr'.m uvtr-ui,. Clrssre VeHU .
and .V.rr. frosfratisa. o , for t.rsr (..ma!..-...
No 3. for ;).'..' KHng.lrea.ly prepared i for a ,
sorpilon it is Tjt.a yr., ...dc.rr.j "i n''"'1'''
The No. 4 is for F r-tJf rrsgue'K ies. '";.' ";
,.. sc. See sp''ll'l'rein.ii..i... ...... ---'
Skoum tfllr, fcofafjal, A'ds and B(Slfr
?,"".a..ftakU V. II. In all . ase. Ibe dliec.lon.
must bo strictly follvwcj. I'lilJ J. Fsot
$lper t Jllle.
Hio.i ;'.'ii".auOt uM
!, lVopid.M H'i!;c'... udnm,.. ""'""'P
louueo P'i '.neiuuau MuJJed si l tu-dn naa u
noSUl' lVliI!IO I MTIKVVI S.Vfl.lT'4'liatKl
eipeiuitsmo em 'PI'iJ" -Hi-' l " "I '
liiiwj l JiuueJ -i 'Hil 'iei-'--'''
fu Pfs e.. ui men uieewse. t U.; V"'aJW
jnos iou,ll pi' -"I 'iiei'l "' "V sivj'
,,:t ,4iS4 iqseAijj eJ.iJ.K'll pu-pUliaeJO
'jxriJu ,i 1 11 ;'. 11
sutciuoo ii enil st
est mi M till '" ""'"n ll' ';.'" '" f""
... pjogo '! ;.t tl esucjeu t-w pu.
tviquoo 3 1 1 in v j n i
j'o esmd Ui U iun;idii imp i spuitnot;!
Sold by CHURCH A HHPONT. Drngglrts.
' N... stl. Hr..:lwy. .:w oik.
Andall respectable Tt'nt-gl.l throughout Ihe country
January IS, 18u0--l)37
a A RKOsndtVflirKsPi1TIK.n.,cPlDEn
jg4 COW. of '.ho Iiurhiun Moca. leii m.
heard from, r be Is a l.rc. n- '--' - ; "
irn.,f.iin,.to ra old customer,. ,ndj
ri,:. .our old friend a cull. DAVID CUWUS
Laneaater, Uay 3l,Jf(it-8tl
3. A. HUNTER
K. H. HnSTER,
H. II, HUNTER & SON,
. w iiisr. ut l aw.
Attorney iiuv-"" wa
TlCr. M'aBiir ui-i
pein r 11 jtpoon.eds.UJe " S ii-'M-I'ie oust'
ni.dSuiiieJ P ''-' -Ml Stuumnaoj 'uon.uieg
.niSt.l.K.Wi -.iun..Hl Jli'llio, lej -oi.r. J.eO puw
..ij.s s.i .i ri.i.1 ftxl"tS oil
.jiohsii iuirfu.9 n.niiftn -tei'7 ''.!
u,Jl,HD ') l"-"1 'lu'-l''J:d-jd -.veil" a,.."l
sa ji-ii spuoaiuioj t! 'U'.-e-J simiioh
TIIAVE HFMOVEP MY SHlir ivn. nif ,...in.r
, ,d on B'O.dwv In Lan 'aslnr. io io- v'd-nc
"aod a hair nulo Bust of to ... . w P'- "
1 a m.of.crtr.g mTlmpr0"l c' PUfF- "
or4r.o..hon aonc.. .-. u w.,.,., ... .f.-