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alette & Dmottat.
CURSE, KOOKEN & SUTPHEN,
EDITORS nomiETOKt.
OFF IO El
TallamlK BUclrTjair4 B,ejrrU lis.
L.et mt i4 Uemiml tin malrsis
ciit"oj iajcastm; T
THiTeSdIy, : : ! AtGtiSTSO, i860.
ARRIVALS & DEPARTURE OF NUlLS,
At LiacMltr,-Br Bllr4.
Care rotor Weit II (XI A.
Cars rolur East.... I 14 J.
Accommodation rotnc. West 7 IS r. M.
Tbti Trtiu, tit Knturday night, lay, ovor it Lattrai
tor, and re.ouio. Its trip oellundsy Krmtngaeabntd.
Accommodation going Bt....' 9 5d A. m. .
This Train, on Saturday enM, lays over at Lancas
ter, aud resumes Its trlpeo lionduy Marnie.f,asabove.
Hjr Coaches.
To Columbus every day, except Sunday at 6 A.M.
Arrives at Lancaster 6 P. M.
Tol,ogan,averyday,exceplSundyat....6 A. M.
Arrlvesal Ijaucasler ...... ..6 P. M.
Accotuinodationeach day,arrlveafc d parts at 12 M.
On Uonetack. .
- To Baltimore, arrlroi and. departs every Tuesday
and Friday. ,
To New Kalem, arrives and departs ovary Tuesday
and Friday. .
To Clearport, every Thorsdov night, and returns
Frldrar nlrht '
To Carroll, arrives and depart! t)ery Tueaday and
Priitnv nle-hls. nl7o'clncs-
To Ruahvlllo. every Tuesday and Friday at 12 SI.
and returns sumo evening. - .
3TGej. J. WrorjM, ai his Grocery nd
Provision Store, lias an excellent assort
ment. Advertisement next week.
S3ffU you- want to ieo nioa lot of
Sewing Macliin'ra,. till at the'Parier Sew
ing Maobire Office, in the Gicsey Build-
ing. " '.
2TLane & Bodloys Portable Steam
Circular Saw Mill read the adwtiBqment
Also of Dr. Underwood in Special Notiee
Column; and alao the advertisement of the
Warden of tho Ohio Penitentiary seal
proposals &o.
Egyptian AVhkat. Jsnies Young, of
Madison Tp., brought into our sanctum
on Thursday Inst, a verj fine fpecimen of
what lie ' calls Egyptian Whuati The
head is sdme fourteen Inches in length
and contains nearly a piut df grain. Who
can beat it?
jtiTll. Fbllowe's Lectures are crowd1
ing the Presbyterian Church nightly, not
only the body. of tho house, tut the gal
leries bting 'jomplute'y filled by hundreds
'who have seldom teen Seen at a feclure
before,
He delivers hid last lecture to-night on
tho subject of marriage compatibUity,
showing what temperaments ought, and
what temperaments ought oot to be united
in wedhek. Go early to secure a seat.
Off fob Logan. The Lancaster "Wiil
Awakes" numbering noine 60, started for
Logan last night about ll o'clock, on
board the steamer "Irene," Capt. juris
box, where the citizens of Hocking and
adjoining couuties ore 16 be addressed by
the Hon. JohnSlitrman and lion. V. B.
Horton to-dy, after which they will join
tho Hoi king "Wide Awnkea" this eve
ning in a grand torch light procession.
JiEw srouE.
Andrew Ruin, late of Ztneaville, Ohio,
Opened out this morning, in the Tallnudge
Block, a new, lare and splendid assort
ment o( Dry Goods, Boots, Slioes tfcc
Mr. Ueio comes to us well recommended
hot oi.ly as a business man, but aa a gen
tlemen. Special inducements aro offend
to the la lies both of the city and country.
We baspaak for him libiral eh ira of
public tatronsge.. . , .
PlAXO-FoRTKS Alii) MsLODIONS. Aa
hay ba seen by reference to' ii .adver
iisemeht in to-day's paper, Mr. S. 8. Fas
but has opened in the Glesey Building, at
tho Parker Setting Machine Ofiice, avry
choice variety of Pianos and MelodeOhs,
lo which we invite tho attention 01 tin
public. Persons wishing topuichaseci
ther of the above iiistrunienin will do well
lo call on Mr. F. as they will bij mire Id
ret a crdod bargain. His instruments are
all warranted;
Atdxs. Blondin on iav lloi-a. thirl
dialinguiaheJ gontlemau will make one o
his grand ascensions at Circle vill-, next
Wednesday, (olh,) this being his last ap
earan:o west of Niagar'i this soasnn.
War informed by Mr. Cassel, the agent
at this plaw, ihdt an exeuruor. I rrii rt wil'
be riln ovor the C. . 4Z UnIroad,or
tying pasJeriger's there nud back the same
day. Those who dedire to sud bis won
derlul psrformance hdve now a g o I op
portunity afforded them. Let it be em
braced.
Pole Halting.
The Republican of "old Fairfield" dr
taking up. Even in benighted Bern, the
darkest spot in this, the politicaf"Egypt"
of Ohio, they are "wide awake," active
and determined. Two Republican poles
have been raised one in front of the reft
jdeoce of W. S. Crook, gotten up by him
self, the other in East Lancaster, gotten
up by Samuel lion nick and G. II. De:i
ton. Theao meetings wcro well attended
by the Republicans of the neighborhood
(ind tho utmost enthusiasm, determination
aud eood foelins provailed. Messrs,
Crook, Denton, and Hennick are live Ro
publicans and deserve much praise. Two
juf these gentlemen wore once members of
the Denjosiatio party, but when tlat
tuno honored organization abandoned its
ancient principles, when it at lust bowed in
complete sorvility to the capitalists the
slavo oligarchy of the South; when it
sought to fasten upon the free territories
of this land, an institution that degraded
them and theirs- when it sought to bring
lave labor in competition with tbeir labor.
theae bonest "yeomen of the land stood
by their principles, and aitanned - inem
elves to that Party that seeks to pro
mote their true interest that favors labor
father than capital freedom rather than
glarery,
J. HASSAUEEK, Eaq.i
of Cincinnati. & Presidential Elector, will
address It is German. Uillow-niiiipnanfir,.;!..
tleld Co., at the Court Housf, io Lancaster
Tuesday, rept. 4, '60,
' at 7J o'ekek, P. M.
Let the Germans of Lancastor give their
eloquent oountry man a grand reception.
RElMEMBER
the Mass Meeting of
ocptember 1st. M
REMEMBER that Hos. John Sher
man, the nb'o tL-fen ler of Republicanism
and the gallant leader of the last Con
gress, will be here to address the people,
REMEMBER that our eloquent and
distinguished candidate for Cougiess,
Hon. V. B. Horton. will be here.
Let us give them such ' a meeting as
will terify tho enemiue of truth.
List of Republican Muss Meetings
for tlic litis Congressional Dis
triet.
MjArthur, Vinton county, Mouday,
Aug, 27. Sherman and Hon. V. B.
Horton. ' .,"
Pomr roy, Meigs county, Tucs Jay, Aug
8 Sherman and Horton., :
Athens,' Athens county, Wednesday,
Aug.,' J9 Sherman and Horton.
Logan, ." Hooking county. Thursday
Aug , 30.--ShermaB and Horton.
New Lexington, Perry count r, FriJay,
Aug , 31. Sherman and Horton.
Lancaster, Fairfield county, Saturday,
Sept., 1. Sherman and Horton.
German Meeting.
Our distinguished and eloquent candi
date for Sail tlorial Elector on the Re-jub-
licsh ticket, Fiikd. IIassauiek, will address
is German fclloW-citizons at thB follow-
hip; times and places.
Lancaster, FairGeld Co.,Tutsdav,Sept.,
4., at 1. P. M.
Logaii, Hocking Co.,Wedc'ceday, Sept.,
5, at 2 P.M.
Mo Arthur, Vinton Co.. Thui sday.Sopt.,
C, at 2, P. M.
For tho Gazelle and Democrat,
talul Accident.
Jebk Stout, eon of Benjtmin S'-out, o'
Stoutsvillo. Fairfield county, Ohio, was,
on tho 22J inst., accidentally shot dead on
the spot, while engaged in cutting bushes
n a field arljuining said town. He was at
work near a fence about a hundred and
ton yards from the blacksmith shop o1
Jacrb Smith, who was exhibiting a short
gun to Henry Gaiuiet, jr., and Jacob
Framier, all 6hoiiting by turns from with-
n tl'e said shop toward n paper mark on
the rail of a fence close by. Jesse S., who
was at work near a fenco on the other
side of the email Hold lying between, oo'd
tasily have been seen from tho shop; but
inattention, it nppeare, to anything eleo.but
tiie paper mark tin the 1 ail, sent the bul
let through the heart of a good, industri
ous and rcsj.ee ted young wan, killing him
almost instautlv, without a moments warn
ing, idd ovoi whelming his parents, broth
ers and sisters with sorrow and anguish,
and the community wit',1 the gloom df sad
ne'ss aud pilnfu! regrets.
The victim was discovered shortly after
the accident had occurred, by a youiiger
brother, who was engaged in the 6am
kind of wor k, but had suspcctoJ no man
nor of harm. Hj gave the ahirm, and i
pott mortem examination was held before
a jury, whoso verdict, I understand, was
in ac.'ordanau with the above fucts.
The funeral On tho day followirg was
attended by a largo coucouriie of pcoplo,
whd manifested the deepest sympathy in
behalf of the afflicted liiuily. The occa
sion was improved by remarks on Eccles.,
9, 12, "Man aUa, knowetft not Ids time,"
both in tho Gel man urij English Ian
Jcisft Stout was born Jan. 12th, 1813,
and was recieved by baptism1 as an infant
membor of the German Reformed Chunk
on March ensuing the 23 tb. by lLo Rev
II. Ring.
Thus stiddeiily in the flower of his man'
hood vi'aj he oiil off, n't ihs age of 13 yeurst
7 months and 10 days.
'Leaves have their time to full,
And flowers to witlivraitha Korlli wind's breath;
Ami stars to set but all.
Thou hull ell seasons for thine own, O death."
P. 1) SCHORY.
Lan castor, Aug , 27, ttfCO. ;
Later from I'ike's Peak.
St. Joseph. August 27. Tho Pike's
Peak Express with Danver City dales to
tne xi si mat., art'vea to aay.
A subscription was being raised for ex
tending tbo telegraph line from Fort lvear
ney to Denver City, with u good prospect
ot obtaining the requisite sum. The ex
oilemcnt in regard to the recently discov
ered silver loads near Tarryall, was in
oroasing. Tho ore assays from S20O to
$1,61)0 to the ton. ' , . t
Business at Denver City wat reviving.
Many substantial brick, buildings are go
ing up. ,
LOSTI LOSTII
On Friday last, a pocket book contain
ing valuable papers, the property of Jas.
Taylor, of New Lexington, Perry Co., 0.
These papera are valuaMe to the owner,
and a liberal reward will be paid to the
finder Upon his returning the same to the
owner or leaving them at this ofiice.
, I'atanm Female Seulaary.
Wo are happy to call attention to an
advertisement of this Institution in an
othor column. The Zanesville Courier
peaks as follows of the Institution under
the management of its new proprietor:
"We have such information before us
as enables us lo nay. with assurance, that
the new Principal, Mr. Franklin Wood,
and also Mrs. Wdod, are as well qualified
as they are recommended; being vouched
for by many who have been acquainted
with them for years; and as ws are assur
ed froiji a proper source, they will be sus
tained by i strong corps ol assistants, we
are persjaded that the next term of this
old estatiliabcd Seminary will open uudr
the most favorable auspices. The arrange,
menu made for '.he accommodation of
Boarding Pupils is complete, and we do
not hesitate to commend the Institution
as in every way worthy the confidence aud
support of those who have 'daughters or
warus to educate.
With this recommendation before ua,
we feel safo io commending the above
Seminary io the public. For lioalth, beau
ty of location, ease of access, &c, cer
tainly no place can be more favorably sit.
uated, and wo are greatly mistaken if the
present permanent arrangements for the
management of this Institution will not
give It the prelerenoe, and the confidence
of the public, not only at home, but in oth
er parts of the State.
Lincoln and Fillmore.
The following comparison of the views
of A drauasi Lincoln and Millard Fill
more, in regard to slavery, we Gndin the
Philadelphia North American. It is wor
thy the attenion of those who olaim for the
latter of those statesman a degrej of "con
iurvaiisru" whi;h they duny to the former.
Mr. Lincoln was a member of the Illi
nois Legislature in 1837, and Mr. Fill-
more was a candidate for Congress from
tho Buffalo Ristric, in 1833. And it so
happened that thry both took position in
regard to this question of Slavery at that
lime. Resolution) wcro introduced and
carried through tho Illinois Legislature
which Mr. Lincoln did not approve, and
he and his colleague onterod a protest on
the journals in the words below. Mr.
Fillmore waa formally interrogated by a
Cominiue of (he Ami Slavery Society, and
gave tie following answer; which we
place in contrast Willi Mr. .Lincoln g pro
tost: mr. Lincoln, imr. fillmore.
March 3, 1837. IBuffalo.Oo'.. 17,'38
The following pro- Sir: Your com
test was presented to ruunicatiun of t h e
the House, which was; 1 5th instant, as
read and ordered toiChairman of a com
be spread on the jour-imitiee appointed by
rials, to wit: "the Auti Slavery
jSocietv of the coun
Resolutions upon'ty of Eri-," has just
the subject of domes-icome to hand. You
lio slavery h a v i ngjiolh it my answer to
passed both branchesjihe following inter
ot the General As-jrogatories:
ttem' ly at its present; 1st. Do you be
session, the umlcr-iliove that petitions
signed hereby piotest to Conaress on the
against the passage of subject o f slavery
I the same. jand the slave trade
loujjht to be received
"They believe thai 'and respectfully con.
t h e institution of siderod by the rep-
slavery is founded onlrosentatives of the
both injustice iv t ad people?
policy; but that the; 2d. Are you op-
proinuigauon oi aDO iposed to tne annex
ation dootrines tendiation of Texas un-
rather to iucrea8ethan'd a r any ciroum-
abate its evils. js'auces, as long as
"They believe thntisUves are held there-
the Congress of the'in?
United states uas no; 3d. Aro you in
powor.nndcr theCon-jfavor of Conjn8s
atitution, to interfere! xeroisiug all the
with tne institution of constitutional p iw
of Slavery in tho dif jer it possesses to a
lorent&tates. ibolish the mterna-
ional slave trade be
"They b licve thai!iweeil ihs States?
the Congress of the 4.h. Are you in
United States has iheifnyor of immeoiate
power under the Con-llcijislatiori for the
stittttion. to aboliahjabolition of alavcry
slavery in tho Dia-jin the District of
trit tof Colurcbia;but
Columbia?
that that power ought
not to be exorcised
unless at the reques.
of the people of said
District.
I am mu'ih enga
red, and have no
imo to enter in
to nn argument, or
to explain at length
mv reasons for mv
''The difference be-lopinidn. I shall
twee n these opinions therefore co n te n t
and .hoso contained myself for the pres
in the said resolutions;8nt by answering
is their reasdn for en:ai,u your interrca
tering this prote6t.";torics in tlie Afkir
Dan Stone, ' :mative, and leave to
A; Lincoln', ome future ocea-
Ilepreseota live 6'sion a more cxtond
fiosa tho county of ed disbussion of the
Snngnmoni :subjeot.
IMlLL'ARO FlLtliORE.
I W. Mills, Esq.
i
Tbe Aortli American tfocs on to say:
At that early day Mr. Lincoln oppnaed
"Abolition dnctiines," while Mr. Fill
more' not only favored , therd, bdt was
among their most radical champions. lie
and the men who acted with him are mo
rally responsible for nto'st of tho agitation1
which has science followed, becatise they
were not only for in advanoo of liny ra
tional and practical sentiment, but bis
le'.ter proclaims opinions wholly inconsis
tent With allcCi'i-eot ideas of constitutional
obligation, and whfdi if enfofced,' would
lead to the worst form of sectionalism.and
result in a disruption of the Union. Mr.
Seward's ''irrepressible conflict" is the
ossonoo of moderation compare I with Mr.
Fillmore's letter and neither Garrison
nor Wondel Phillips has ever uttered
more thorough Abolitionism than is em
bodied ir. his brief but pointed response
to tbe Anti-Slavery committeo , whose
votes and favor he desired to secure.
Contrast it with the manly and voluntary
protest of Mr. Lincoln, and the effect will
be still more striking.
St. Louis, Aug. 27. Much exoilemont
exists iq Hanoock county. Illinois, rela
tive to a rumor that tbe Mormons intend
returning and settling at Nauvoo, under
the head ot Joe Smith, Jr. A mass meet
ing of citizens was held on the 21st at
Carthage, who protested, against, and do
dared (hat thry would not alio them to1
return, .. ., . - - ...,
ONE DAY LATER FROM EUROPE.
ARRIVAL OP THE HOVA NCOTIA.
Faktmir Point, Auz. 27 Tim steam
er Nova Scolian, from Liverpool on the
ioui mat., via AAiouonuerry on tne Mill,
passed this ptiul this ovcuim. bound lo
QuleO.
The steamer Bremen, from Nw Tori,
arrived at Southampton on the I7tli inet.
Lonoon, An-rutt utb. Tlio Paris cor
respondent Of the Allemaine Zeitun" of
I lie lUtb mat., says (bat t. Pope lids writ
ten a Very melancholy letter to the Cardi
nala in trailce. II looks urin all a lout.
and although convioc-d that he Will die by
tne uu'ictol an asstesin, he declares that
ho will quit lloirtj uadcr no con Jiti
and for no prnce.
LonstantinopLc, August 17. AiKnies
from Damascus of the 15th inat. s'atc that
reud Pascha bad surrounded Lubanon
with troops, and threatened y. iih tlir awuni
the Druses and Sliidks it' thy did it..t sur
render in two ditvs. 't wentv Shinks had
already been taken, nnd neaily 800 oilier
important arrests msde. A thousand cam
els loaded with' plundered property had
also ben recovered.
The Sultan visited the Porte flu Thurs
day, and delivered bis speech to the Min
isters, expressing a resolution to punish
the St rian offenders most severely., and
also an intention of reilucmir the list of
hich functionaries, and of ellteting eeooo
my generally. Pper money is to rema n
io circulation until July next.
lha bulwn is about to ad Iress an auto
i?raph letter to Queen Victoria, and the
tmperor Napoleon, ou thi. subject of Sy
ria, in which he will express a din to
have the sole punishment of the offenders
The massacre at B.tlbee is confirmed
No details are given as yet.
;Ncu) ajucrtiscmcnts.
FOR TIIE 0111) PEXITEXTIiliV,
Si:ai.i:i iMtopM4i.M wii.i. m: nr..
coiveJ at Uie vlllce ol the Ohio lVnltuutiur) until
Thursday, l lie Cili duy of Soplem-
licr, inst., at 10 o'clock, A. M.,
forfurnliblniraala Iustltullon with supplies as follous.
FOR Fll'TEKJI THOUSAND
Runnels Itrslnuallty roarac llnrhlne smI. itilt.i,l r.
uiiimiiik in frruma, w De uenvereu in tue rrlaou Vara
bj the Srst Juj or Ocloher next.
FROM FlFfV TO THKEH HUXniIKD
Cords of a-ood Hickory. Ruter, or Bjech Fire Wood
ji.., itf. io ua uenverea anil nlt-asureil in thn
FrlMiu Yardrllin to be sgrued on whoii contrail i
made.
ALSO, FOR EIGHT THOUSAND
Vants Striped Knttinet, not leu than 8S Inches wide
the warp to he No. in jam, Iriaaw eudt. the tillincio be
pure American Wool, to weijili eleven ounce pr
yard when flnithed and well tenured, to he free frnin
Hock and cockle lo he delivered as the Warden inav
direct. '
Goods below the standard will rint hA inin... . ....
price. '
ao bills will he tonHitrti .oi,.c.,-, .......
rlly rnrthe faltliful perrurnianceorihusauio aecm,'aa
rur lurlhcr liifonnntion Inquire er the Wnrden.
JNo. A. hiik.'I'ii;k u ,.r.u
Ornii Onto PinTUi.
Ciiluinliun. AucuatUU, ItNUt
Aug. 30, lew. Kw
PUTXAM FEMALE SElIA!tV.
NEW AnHANQEilF.ftT.
The Tmitoes of this lnitltntlon Mro hafinr In mi.
nounoe that ther have accoiinilUhvil ninm hri.i,.i
purpose of placing tho acliooi in charge of a gentle-
HII.
Mr.andMra. Franklin Wood, who ora to ttn n.
uperliilenilanre, have had a lona; experience na leacb
u, bi,.. nu.a ,na lutint auipiu aim aallslnclnry lesti
ntonlalsas to character anil fltiii.M. ,! it... T..WI...
loot great cnnSdence in aaaurlnaT lli pubrc that, under
inoir uiiiiiuiiraiiun. Hie lUstlliltinu will not only
hirhor rank amoug tbe excellent Feuiula Somluurlea
ui v,nm.
1 lie leachlnz Corns will be fiilln.l imm. R,.,,.
larcnurapaoriecturusln the Naiuml sciences will be
yiren. anil oihuradrantuirea enjoyed hitherto willne
iMi.im.r,, tu ua u, moo every reasuuaiil uuinund of
the tl met.
Particular attention will be eiron to the department
ol M usic.
Ills the purnoso or Mr. Wood to render the Kchnol
unexceptionable In all respects, and to this eml the
ordlnaiy atlractinna and inllueucea or Homo will bo
supplied aa fttr aa may he practicable.
The next School year will commence on Wednes
day, Kapt. inn,. The year will be divided aa hereto
rore.lntolhree lefinsol It wnekaenrh. The lir.leint.
Iinr Uccemter 18. Tne second term will rniiniitture
Vtedneaday Janunry'M, Well, and clone Tuesday, April
2. The tliird term will eomnlenro U'ednoiday, April
10th aud close on Tuesday July mb.
3K2XJtJLWtT3MS
Preparatory ennrse, per Tenn $1 on
Seminary Fropor h lift
Pencil Drawing- 3 on
L'niynn Drawing and Perspective, each 4 (i
Oil Paintln ,i (hi
Wator Color g iki
Piano Inslrncitnus ; i- tfl
Guitar I nstructions linn
Hue of I'lano a tat
French 4 no
ttoardi Light, V'aahlnt;, (one doz. per. week)
and area In private rooms when uccetsarv, ,
Fall Tern ; '. 44 nn
Winter Term in on
Summer Term 40 (Ml
A deduction ol one. half will ho made from the board
for protracted absence, occasioned by poraonul sick
noj. No pnplt will be received for lets than a term, un
om hy special agreement.
Term billa. for obvious fonarfn. will be required In
advance, unless byapeclal arrangement.
For further funiculars we refer to our rataloi.no.
which will ho sent on application Id any of tho Trus
tees or to .Mr. Wood.
After tbe cnininencementn'f the achool alt commu
nications hi reference t hereto shnqld he addreased 10
Mr. Wood, who will then assume the flinuicUl reinou-
siblllty ol the Initllulloii.
My order or the Trustees,
A. A. GUTIIRfE, Sec.
August 30, lflO.-3w2J
LANE & BODLEY'S
Forliible Steam Circular Saw Mill
Will bo In operation and Sawing Lumber ai
I'nitrd States
GREAT AGRICULTURAL tfAtR!
At Ciuclnnall, Kepi. l?lh lo '.Dili.
oillO STATU PA II?, Dayton. Rent. S5th tosciii.
KK.NTUCKV STATU FA1K, Howling Ureou.Sept.
lUlhtoViilld. . '
INDIANA STATE FA tit, Indianapolis, October "3d
to 5'ilh. .
August S3, IE60. 3w93
SiivooJ-Savl jVoiieij
AI L persons Indebted in me, will nloaae eatl by Ihe
TKNTIt OF (i HP IK MB UK and PAY UP. Can't
wuu any lonjror.
lamioliiK hast at that lime and
must have annoy. . Always en hand at 01,1) STAND
usi nave txoni
ithC'IIKAPhS
with VUBAPBNl Ullllll.t in town
E. JULIAN
Lancus'ter, Augual i3, If oil liu-JI
PIANO FOHTES MEtODEOifSI
S.'S. F ASSET T
la now opanlnir; In lata City, at the
rarkor Sewing- machine Office,
Glcey'a niocks
FOIl EXI13ITI0.V AXD SALE,
the celebrated Light and Rradhuryt, Kavln At Bacoa
rmmrhaPBtorlr'sorK. M llishon. R. A. Jewe t aud
Oeorre A. Prince. We would cull the utteurto'n iff
the cVtltena to our l.lnhtaud Bruilley Piano wltlcirhas
the patml asale'ra' Iron Frame and Over Mrung Haas.
This Instrument is celebrated for retaining its origin
al loot, and not beromlug hard and wirery, which Is
an much il mailed by those purchasinc Piano Forls
All Instruments sold are guaranteed. Old Piunnes
taken In exchange for now. .
Lancaster, A ugusliW, 180081 tf
Kajtafa ol George W. (iralf.
Ta-TOTICK Is hereby given, that the undersigned has
111 been appointed nnonniy qualinedaa Administra
tor of ihe K. tale ofOeOHtill W. UKt'FF. doceused.
lateof Falrfleld eounty, Ohio Alt persons having
olaiiusngalnslaald K-lsle will present Ihoin fersellle
menl. legally authenticated wilhin one yenr and all
those indebted, will mave immcoiaie payiueni.
SAMUEL JACKSClX. Adin'tor,
' August S3, ieoo-ow'21 ., k
STINCHCOMB & CLARKE,
ATTOUSEYS AT LAW,
SV ABstS.Slf Wa lSSIESg
OFFICE Ttllmadge Block Second Story First
door to llie right at tue head of th Stairs.
J. W. STINCHCOMB. R..V. CLARKI
April ID, 1W0- 3U
&)t, illarkcb...
LANCASTEK MARKET. '
Corrected weekly bj Wtjguih t Isjoni,
(Joffeo I6sI8j Kugai 1 0 1 1 0
V-Un 8 Molasses M
Lard 10 Halt $2 00
Baonii 0(d)lie Butler 10
Wbe.it per Luhhet eM(tt35
Flour per barrel, 94 7.V?45 UO.
Corn a6o (JhU 1 8.1 llarlcy 6J(j65j
Potatoos ?6a:t0e.
Fish per half l.arrol, Whim 95 75:
Pickerel, 85 00; Bass 5 00.
NEW YOltK MARKET.
Ratv YoBit, August 23, I860.
Flour PritiMi hatd ain tvnc.. d b
loc; nh- of i-l,80() I, liis at 5.25.i5 3o for
su erfins SiatH,''5,4,ra5,CO for extra.
hent Prices liavu at;ain advanced 1
2c, and tho roceiptn ura to a fair -xti'nl,
but the gr-ater p Ttidn has been sold to
arrive: niilg oi Wintar Iind Westj-rn at
I 3:!hI,!I1; No I Chicaifo Sprini at l.2j;
White Indiana at 1 32.il 40: Bid Tenncs
see at 1 32.
Rye--Se8 of 9J0 bu ai "ditee
Karley Steady at C8n73c.
Ourn (J.'hC4o f.ir sound niixrd Wes
tern; and 70o 'or yellow do.
Oats firmer at 394 J.
PHILADELPHIA MARKET,
Piiii.AOtLPiiiA, Aujr. 23. Flour quiet
at S5 50s0 for superfine. Wheat buov
mt;red, 91 35il37; whit. 91 VI. Corn
aniivc; yellow "2 1 refused. Me Pork.
919 25a2J. Whi-ky firm at 22a?3c.
Colfee dull: Si. Domingo, l2Jo.
N E WOR L E A XS M ARK E T.
Xk.v OitLEArs,Au''ii3t 27. Tho wea'h
er has been very wei today. Sugr firm
at Ou'JJo f,,r fully f,,ir. Corn stealy:
white, 7tla75e. Provisions duii. other
articles unchanged.
MASONIC JCALENDER
REt.Ur.Alt MI'ETIMiS:
L.lSCASTKIl 1.0 nr. F. to. IT Auiru-t
F.MCAMPMF.XT. o. V Kep,. 4
Augnst 16, I Mil. c. STKI.IMA.I. hecorder.
B OLD.
rIIABirV LODGE, .No
meets every Monday
j Kvenlng.
HOOKHOCKISO F.NCAMPMK.NT. Xo.Ji". meets
d unil 4in Thuriday Kveniua-a in each month.
Lancaster, april I'.', xmM
RcccJ, Stafford & Co.
AT THE OLD STAND OF
R011HUT 11EHD,
ON MAIS' STREET,
Opposite llie HodingV alley Bank:
COJTlSIiK TO MANUFAOrUltK
FSlBOOTS iD SHOES,
OF EVERY" DESCRIPTION,
Prom the bent materials, ami al the loirps, cash prict.
COARSE BOOTS AT $3 59,
and other woik In proportion.
IIKHII. STAFFORD 4 CO.
Lancaster, July 5, lHii)-3ioll
G. W. PRATT'S
LEATHER STORE,
J. C. WEAVER'S HARDWARE STORE
where he haacouslanlly ou hand all kinds of
ALSO.
MADE TO 'ORDER.-
Coarse Boots at S3 25 per Pair,
. anil other work dune in proportion.
CASH PAID FOIl HIDES.
LiincrtsWr, A u-juat 2, 10 3 in 1 8
In r.iirlleld County Court ol' Com. flea
Goo rite Kiiirrmnn, PlalutlfT, agalosl J.jhu H Teoneiil,
Uuittudaiilt
Motion 1 renire dormant Jntmrt.
rpHK D.'f.'H'Innt John H.'IViinrtnt, t ti-il i ft fhnt
I un AnrilM IHfl.). PHtiiiifT Hle'Hn riM Coitrl,
hlfinotlon nirainH him. nllftxiiiz llint fit t Ootb'r
Ii'rni of unit) Court. ho wvfrl jmlirmeiit
ttirutiiest hi in for 43,0:it dumn)(t's,oJ M citn of nil,
whivb i no dormant. ami untvoornru'l nun uiiKuttv
fioil ulitier in wliote or iu part, miu nmylntr nn
nrtlor iti iarbt t out ered, ri'iinirinz ntt lftiidant tn
hIiuw cause by Octolnr nuxt, why lha emi-ts honlil not
ht) revived ngnlnni him. and cxfcuiun Hwanin mere
nn. And tlmt such iirderlia- been made by taid court.
and unlet h appear and annwer by aaid day, tho
PuidjudKintfiitw.il bo rorired and cxtriition awarded
limruon JOHN C. KAUNK V, CMrk.
Aujcust owib pr fa aw
" lBJLi Nialc
OF A,
VALUABLE MANUFACTURING
ttSTA BMSHM KT.
f1IIK l.aneaster Ohio Manufuoturiligl'ompany wilt
J oner al puntie tale,
Oil Thuradny, Aunat 30 IN:0,
on the premises, III the city of l.aneaster, Ohio, al!
their Huildinirs, Machinery and Keel htnte.consl!Uns'
of a I'hree Slory Brick Hull'liuc .TJ5 l.j eu feet, ami
a OneMorv llrn lt Mied Biiildius aojoinlui.' Ihe main
IniililinH. '.'70 hv HII feel, with Hrlctt Kneine and Boiler
Homes and a Brick chiraney siaca hi led hijrh, briek
ollice, and a t'rib capable cf holding 3U.IHM) bushels ol
t'orn afidabont Five Acres of (ro'iud, situated wilhin
thu southern limits of sanleity. The engine Is a HHi
horse power, with two 6 inch forcing: ptinipa attuc
I he Bulldini'saitd ifuchlnerT are all new, and
hed
were
erected and equipped as' a starch Factory, lor the
uianitfaeluriitK of Starch froni Indian t'orn, but could
be readily and cheaply contorted Into a inanufartur
ini; establishment for other purposes, if desiruble.
Upon Ihe premises t a pnwerfifl a?H nover-falllnf
rtprinc of pure water, capa'ile of furninhii'ir .Ikailo
In.ufHJ barrels or pure water every twenty lodr hours.
I he above eslahllshmeut Is I oeatcd nn the hank of tne
Hock Inj Valley Canal, with a sub.taullal wlmrfhe
lonKine lo the same, and Is within twenty rods of the
Depot of the Cincinnati, Vf iltnlrtjrton and Eanosvllle
Railroad, and Is every way one of Ihe het Im'aied
works in t.ie country the whole will be sold at a
great bnrgaln, and Is well worth the attention and ex
amination or purchases. Tho terms of sale will bo
made k nown on the day of sle.
P. V.TKnMF, Pres't. L.O. M. Co.
Lancaster, Ohio, JulyJtf.ldiiU 5wl7
KT FltlTTKItT
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Insurance nud CollrciliiR Aireiit,
LANOASTEIt. OHIO.
OFFICE In the now City Hall Entrance on
Broadway.
Lancaster, Marc hK.JPOO-S'tf
Photograph Gallery
LAW HEX E A MASSE1T
Having procured tor llemaolves a
SOLAR CAMERA.
Are now prepared to execute on thethrfrtesf notice all
work. from the SMALLEST MINI ATUhE to a
LIFE-SIZE PHOTOGRAPH. :
AMBROTYPES, FERROTYPE8, &.C.,
or alt styles and sUesi put nptn Cea, or frames to
suit patrons. Th-y fialter themselves, ihatiho known
popularllt of their rooms, will secure to them the
continued psi.onsfre or the pirblie. Thay are deler
mined am tube an rajasaed .either In plclurel or prices.
Pnuiographapulup to order, from trsntofJU Ot).
ROOMS-CLINTON HALL.
Tnllmadcu Block, Slain Street.
June 118, lfW-13tf
Seustvcl. mrij;JLT50.
NOTICE is hereby given, that a petition wilt be pre
sented to tbe Commissioners of Falrtleld Oouuty,
on me JIVrst Afoaias cf Stfttmbtrntil, praying for the
vacation of so much of the road leading from Lancus
tar to Havensoort.aarunsdlujroiiallvlhrouirhtbe West
half of Section Fifteen, and the Kurliieaat corner of
flection Sixteen In aala ecuuty.
Augus.l, 1860 Sw IS
BOOTANDSHOSMAKING
JOIIJI BlL'tjIIT.t5f.
flllop-Ma.w Coraer.Mnln and Coluubustlreela.
CJOAfi OIL TiAMPS
VTII H VHIMSIT AAOLAMP 1 Kl M M 1 .10H
generally, at Ihe CHl.lA SlOHK.
Lancastor, July 12. J-40 Utf
FBiBT JABS
3
Miotic, Yellowwa and lu)
improved from lal year: for sale at the
Laaraster, July IS, 180 lill CHINA tifOKli.
CHINA STORE.
William A. Stewart,
IN GREENE'S BLOCK,
lP"ite I he TallaiMdge llauae,
Heeps elasysouhsnd t larfosloek of
AND tUEENSWARE,
Tablf 'tiilir hpooii, Wallers.
BIRD CAGES, &., Ac.
AnI alwnr In rar v,t of r,tnlt.niy tiaw.
IMEW FRUIT JAR7
rOr-fKK fOHStl.F.tUeSC.lVGr.ASSPRiriTiAR
which cl,,-a al the lop with a .creer ami India rt,l
l,er hand, bieh purreclly rxclndea Uie air. It Is al
once the uio.l iM.rf.'ci and easie.i oiatucd lar el iu-
veutiid. Come and tmi.niiiie them.
J tMts MellASAMV.
LauiaM-ir, July V.,ti--(
QUEEN CITY
mmm mm
Corner or Fourth a ad Vine Mrrcl,
OPPOSITKTHK POSTOI FICK,
Cincinnati, Ohio.
XIXON-8 SEW SIX STofiY Cl'ILi)l;
Chailerud iMilt.
Hbl.lllnhelhetnutl tiioroush Cotuiiierfisl Col-li-se
in the lnioo -C'our of sm.ly einhravs
,nor. iliau thut of any other C'innuj-vul Toll-.".
Exriu.iv (Hiverof aw.adtuy dtplotna biui; vested
in a Board of Eainimiri, it KrailiiaUl aiaiol asac
coiinlinls In tne foruino.t ran. Il4 uiartiantils not
ewlk'd in i1imenloiit or rtnt.h. LocnUiMn llie most
acliva and fastiionshU lhoroue'hruie al the central
teriaiui of the atreet railwa)s.
Director.
MII.KS f.RKF.XWOOII, HK.X.S. F.CAKF.V.
H'.N. J. L I'Al ril'.K. KKf. UK. I. M. VV1SF..
JUDGE IVBOX H. Tll.Dfc.V.
Itichard Nelon. Amhor of "Nelson's Mer
canlila An'Uiiiclic," Principal of Arithmetic Depart
Jumea .Tl. Walter, tale A.soclaie Principal
f Hartlett's t ulles, Principal Bootkocit!!' Dei.art-
ment.
U'illiam Allan Wilier. Ia';uerinl-!idut
Penman of Iron City Collet:, r ,riiiririy of BarllvU',
Priticial or Pcninanliip Dparttnout.
The priucioals. huvuie bKO for warm at lha haul of
their re. (M-clive departments In Ihe principal ImsIIui
lionsof the elacs 111 lliii couiilry, aided t,y a tttrp ol
rfiitiauisea'rratArri.ciHiiliine in Queen 'it Col-
tere.au me exceiienc. ana iniproveittent. tt-at hve
tins far been developed iiicouiiim r-ial educalioe.
Go,l iircoiintantsare always in deinaml al aalarirt
from asm 10 ai,riiu. Ktudeuui enter at any tune. o
cla.w-s. No vai'slious.
Kfiol i,nme'liaily for ?peclinenof PcitiaaDihipaud
cireu ars coiiiaiiilua full purtu ulars.
.1 ureqs, (.iiirinsiiif six i'nl..)
KK.I.HI S, WAT1 tnt i 51 1 I.I KJl.
Qoeco Cily Coll. -jj, i lnciuuall, Ohio.
July 3, 13li0 )U
Diasolution of Partnership.
rriHF. Partner, lop l;pvoforee ti-li lie l,olrpn SI.M-
K( H Mil Kf'OHKA JDIIS C. D.tVW In llie
l.:iocaster Wooilao Kerlorr. Lancaster Olilo. :s bv iiiu-
lual cousenl. this day illssolci-d. l lie books and ac
counts olsuid tlrin are iu the possession of said 8im
eon B iltckfnrd. alio is authorized In coMccl and set
tie tlienccounfs and iJusineisof said firm. Ue will lo
f-ntid at rrlf lime, st the place or Ioisim?., formerly
occupied by said rlnn. A II persons iii.iMd to auid
firm are re osled te come forward anil make tmroo
dlale painient. MMKON B . R.1CKF0K0,
May I IStiO-TIf JOHN C. DAVIS.
U, C. R. T. A.
IIU ISTIST E V E L L'S
UNIVERSAL.
OOlGII REMEDY
l'r tall Throat if rid Lun! C'oiniluii;l, frum
Cunimtfn CouliS to Actual Coiiaunijitiuii.
Hr.EHIXI..S
.ifsrr.Y u-:i.Kiii5 ri'M
TOLU ANODYNE,
Tlie Natural :ttiJ Suie Ketrieijj for all
NERVOUS COMPLAINTS
Froin Ntiir.ileiatlirfulf all r:n 1itri iimVa
vt?r iiid t. Hut .r tiealiriuin Ireiut-ua, uuJ lU j cuiu
mun t'tiivf cutis of liiiifaMS,
Tite srepii Cfiiiml.Ulive Ptinciple of iheT-ilu Ann
djrno is a true UttveiopintMil of tho Origiunt Nulurnl
upiiile. In all c;iea (vtierjvar 0ium ha been ued
and iu baneful lfHi.'U witued. no mark of ouri on
adeujlely voiupart the differ nrtt. and no d-ciidori in
u(jual lo a trial. Tkv Ano.ta LMiilami nla particle
of Opium and llie ttiol tltlntte noMtnli'Mi fan uo
tl with MtV lv, and Hit prtrty 1mt.1V.4l iai it ke)-
and It!ves ihe Patient ("htnild roiunienJ it to Phvsi
ciiina Hho lit.ro long soubt the init? do? e.ojuneul and
to Hoiioula n ho want natural rmnlu.
The lunifof th Univerthil CniiIi Krine'ly la that
freedom Iroin all coiniiofif nt whith by ihe great error
tn tompuundin. pruductt co'inle1e inert, instead of
rp-il curea. V,t plac-no refalrt pu iU a every
hour in the day, ani ak all P.ittt-nUK) a;aka it the
uiiiuriil aneuiy to all Ouns, Tbroal or Lunp Com
plaints byaprrfect freedom of appliciti-n. For In
flmiimalor) Sore ThmM U Is a prlui-t Kemedy. and
lor VhundiijE t'ouli check all ihe at3utid. altuwi
tlu ('oujtli to have iif run in a pi tot way.
Wiih the pri that we eonrt a.l invfPtip.ition, nod
reudiuetft to answer all luiinfrifs. may we in return
H.ife all to be caution lo pnr-lius only of ttio they
can rely upon. Prices, within tlie n-aib of all."
Generiil cnl. J. V. Hunuenell Jj Co. 7 and H
Coiiimer jal Wliu rf. Uoi.iii.
fi.M.rge HuniK'Wr-ll. 14 WaUr Pti-f-et. --w York.
Under tin' npfvialfiiiu.'rvtiiun of J oho i(. 11 it n hi well,
Cheirrit and Pliurmt utUt. BitIOo, SI inai'bucii4,
wltosrj rsnruliir cntr the cork .f th rxmuine
only. and to whoina:dri.iil coiuinuMlmiioiK.
Ktdd bv nil rt'.rirHUN dealers evr.vtre.
ti. K.U'K.M.15 A- CO. tnu, Lancanter, (Mn.
Suire. iick?ti'int Ciucimiul;, wliuludalo agi?nU.
Uittnoliiltdti f I'artriei snip;
rilllfe partner-hip hefpi.fre eaf'mtlng between L.O.
I 1A V IS tic C. I.. V. r 1 1 Iu tbe. Fuddtery and
Hunes mfbine busincs. iu tbe city of Luncitiler, It
by mutuul cousehl litis d jy diM.d ed.
The bookiand acconnis of am J Itnn aro In tli ro
pewion of in id L. O. Dtivn. who i aiitliorized tn tol
Inct the fieeonnitarid jotllefbe buninesa of ibe llrai.
He will be foil I'd at ihe old place of h tidiness.
Perso!) iudrfbid are ret; nested ta come forward
and mulie liamediale ftayiuent
t. O. DAVTR,
August 16. 13.10-3 w20 t'.L, V.AflS.
N-WCIDEF MILL
JACOB 13ICKEL, Ajent.
STF.VKSS' COM HIS Kll CTIIKR HILL A PliKSS.
Pureirted .May tlth, If3i. Is the best aliitnnd Press
now tn nse. H will irnud over unw hundred aud fifty
bushels or hoor.aud inrlto ltnm 3 to 41) barrels of
cloor perd iv, wlih teas labor than is required, ou the
best of hund uiHts. lo make 3, all ol which we Kill
guarantee by Stevens' I'rcas. It recjuiroa nn hand
iiuar of pinnace; as the pitmace fulls directly into one
of Ihe prestos. A quit k as one press is rilled we up
alranslerrii.K board and fill tho other while the one is
pressing. We can itrllid aud press all alonce. Those
Iu want of Presses, or wishing lo purchase the Right,
address J ACOH IJICKKL.Stniihvllle. Wayne soutny.
Ohio, hforiualion will ba glveu In writing or m
'"KoUii?hts In the count!", or Fairfield. Flekaway,
and Kocklnt.ad.lress 11. OI.NlillKK, North Berne,
Falrfleld Co; la the county ol Porry, J. slijli.MAN,
.North tWue.
R. f.lnsner Is In readiness tn build mills, or sell
rights to suit the pnrehaser. 1 here ar several mills
In operation near Kerne Slullon,
Wo, tho undersigned, hsviux wllnessed tbe 0ra
llon of Stevens' Patent Coinblood Cider Mill and
Irouhlo Press, consider it a tier feet triumph ovor all
other millsand presses now in use. Ills cheap and
durablo. Fersous In want of a Cider Mill ill do
well hv pttfihiistug one of the nlive mimed Mill.
A. r!tntimun,.Uivld Vo.lor. John h'hninukor. Jona
than Hlutimnn, Win. T. Keeso. Kinanuol r-tulinian,
Hetilamlu F. Ktraver. Garret Welb. U. Af. Lanls,H.
T. Vebb. HonrrHwnrla.l.. K. Uuhiier, !. Heaiir,
Israel Jackson. J. Miller. H. Shuiuukcr.JosepU Kuril.
Lancaster, Aug. 33 3SI
JOItrT A.XtRTIN.
C.r.0&.KABHT
EXCHANGE BANK
OF , .
3Rat?Ai- C?.f
main street, Luncatnter. Vblo. . .
COLD ASI filLVKB BOUGHT ASD SO.
RlKlitKschanire on the East for sale lute
allowatl ou lleposil.:
Forbudavsatibe rate oT4 per ccntper annurr.
" inoulhs" " ' " ' '
St (j .4 g
Lancater,Februarj7,lS3ll ly
Court or Cuinraoa Tleaa."' f
Lllaa Miller Pfclntir, h I . r-v
Daalel MllteV.'etal Drs. 'Mul arlitta.
Daniel Millar. Catharine Miller. Iwxk Wllr:
KntMeu Miller. Knitly TVIldermnth and Ntiom .
Wililerinaio, bar husiiau.l; Kliaslieill Nmuo.v
ry Hmnteher hualmnd. Anna Hannah, and Vi'llliaia'
li. Haimaa, ker husband. SoioinoD Wil.trinulk hi-S
5oah Miller, will lake notice liiat a petition wuafld .
acaiHM lllem oa llia!llM !l of .i:-u A I'rIWI hi
(Ue Conn or ;ominou Pic as, wlikia ed for ike rova. -ty
of Fairflelil, n tho Suits of Ohio, and la Bow pnad
iu. arhvraln said Rllal Miller. duiaad parltlloa In :
miv iviiowihir rei aniai.,, so-wili 111 luU number,
aevsmy-two (-.it and soveniy-Uiree fn; Nhtmia -provaueuta.
In the town of Carroll, FalrfteM eovaiv
Ohio, also, part of the Kouth IS iH quarter of HerUo' 1
No.iO. f lowuahlp So. IS, of Kir. IB. koond-
el as follows: beKinniny a a post oa lit south wet
ronierof Factory lolao.l Canal; Uienee north with Hi '
esl line or said tatUiry tract 10 a post In rane wtl';
the soeili hounalary or Canal slroel; lhe west t
Intersact lbs soutb-east corner of said alreel- ihemf
South to Ida cai al: Uienee aat alonK th canal latk i -iMiirioniug,
coulaluinr ouj-elful acres (tj) Wore a .
Also anotktr tract, distloulslied bv belne; apart
llie south west quarter or so-tloa Mo.'W. of ui.n.lu
o. 1(1, ufrana-e No. 111. bexlunln( at the ttoulh ea
corner or canal atreet: tbnco watt witM mid street I l .
tne road which Inlnrserla Main street at the Soul ' "
O111I: Ihenee south along said roue la Ilia canal: tl-a..
esslalonireaualto lha south wvtl corner of lha an
iisinod tract aliove meatlouiol: lli,ica nnrtk ou kat' '
seclloa lino to the oimi bouadary of eannl atreet, in
Iflaee of le'Cillliitie; coutaiiiinf onu Iwlf I more '
orl.M. Also Inloia Xu.Sand It, In the low of Kastl. '
Fairku:d county, Ohio. 4 t .
Snatacoaa tk Ciasae. .
Attornera f-r Petitioner. " '
Lancaster, August n, It-Mi. il,pf7
TIIE BEST AXDCIIRAPFST
HCiiZajjrJC
SEWING MACHINES!
KKW AND VAt.UABI.B MACHfXg Wltrnil
only neoda oxaininntinn to bo ariaversnilv an.
pro.Hil. as it In more Simula; ddrable eusilv luarn.,a
aud 0erHted. and hi
"rSa. Jt.-IaVDatm.4aa.
EQUAL TO ANY OTIIElt '
for all Family puhfosbm.-
Large Machines for MniuifMelnrirfr purposes fitm-.
i.bed. Call ami ms. Ol bs K yis UUii'K .tour doora
West or lluckiiit; .'alley rtmik. ,.
I. FL0WI;S, Agent;
HflRS. BUXTON,
.17 TIIU V. fcKKR SEWING M tf If INE OFFICE
U prutired to execute all orders for OREn MAK-
IJtis. after the Litest si) Ins. A l-o CL''.lli!i and
JMNTH.I.A.S. cut and made to order.
Laticattor, August 11, 1G0 If, . . .
NEWFBilfTMR
1 HATE received a larre lot of the
NEW AIR TIGHT FRUIT JAR.
fliey are of tbe YELLOW WAHK. and will ntlrely
supercede thft tin, or vluue jam. oo acc'ttiut of belbf
uir-ligbl, aud free from corrosion or rut.
COPPEK-UAKE, XIX'WAICEs
AXD
Olieral House I'oruiLiu; Ealabilsltinrnt,
as heretofore. Also.
Stove-Pipe and Sheet-Iron Work
spounivG and'tis-eoofiivo
attended to ut kbort notice. JO'lX WOt.K..
Lancaftei, Alii) 31, f?0M 4m9
FRESH MMYAy,
.TOII SKARLKS
HA.S IL'ST nECElVEl) A FKtMl SUPJ-LYuF
mi
1.
WALL PAPER. LATEST STYLES.
Pell Kulrea, Port tlaiasij'a.P.rcaLctUaekat
anuacreotvariiToiine
USEFUL & fiEEDFUL,
1 n fact, at inoito very tiling ,o bo foanditi any
Allofwiiich he it determined to tell at the hwmi
pofibleliviii)f pficei. HorntM hu thank n tohia
id customers for the ir liberal ii.jj rl ui d Uo to
merttaud r?cf iv a ontiiitintion and inrrfiitc oi pat
tro iifte. and that ever) body may call ubd extiuiii
UlkilutL lor tbeir on Daaliafatnn.
JoH!f RKAkT-ES. .
irrP.P.Tlon't foffelilil plsrf of buitu:t Gieiwy
Row. on Mali titrov,utie d. r.r Weit of tle lMck-
Valley Bink. Luncutter. ril 3 rCU--l tf
Trro"ja.ii.
DR. WAGENrrALS
HAS removed hi nfflce to the ShnetTer fi'ock, two
doorr iSouth of H. B. Hnnter Pruphtare.
Keidenco-..scrolled Baildftiy. N'oriii wceicorneref
Main aud Coliitnbnt Mn-et.
Ijiicastt'f April 5. Iriio. 3inl. . . ,
ftstrAy t'uiuan Bluod ujiCin boil r
Jk h X 7. V. W
a I watt, present u with tbe tame eenlial element
and (rut-a of course the 1 IU: fc ST A N 1' A K U. A nal io
the Blood of a ptron aufferin; from Conaumpltou,
Liver Complaint, li)pepia, Scrofula. 4;c ind we
find in evert instance cerlain. dtjll ienci- In the rd
Rlobulen of Bipod. . Supply 'Seat- deflctencie-aud ymi
are nisiile well. The HL(u t'OU U i fonuded upwa
lhi Theory bene it aatonifhinjr. aucce
I o all aunTiffrfroin convuiuptiun. iuciniuitt or eon -firmed;
or from debiiity of any kiud;vr from menial
or fidrrous pronjtrutton brought on by any cauae; or
from pcrofuloui cotnplatnt; or froirt diseaaea of the
k;duey?; and to la lie autTirmc any of tbe many din
treAinf complalnii to which tiielr nre liablo.and
h bi:h euiceitder wiimni'UOu, tbe iilood Food la of
fertfdui accr'aluaud relialde remedy. Dinerinr in
(very particular Ironj tbe patvul mediaineaof Ute day,
it la a vlieuiic.il cii(biim(oii ol Iron, mlphur ami
phojphorus, ofveryereat w rth,and mitny biindreda
Ueare's-I ftnd ru-lu' teatiuiOU) 0 tlie boncflL It line
confencdon lUeiu.
V h ve cliHit-o.t the color of the Wrapper from
Kerl to Vttllow: kndtlii-ue Ofihe IP.tile to t "I.
h.- careful to ee that ihe fe auuiio ol'our iiuturo
I on ibu ouuidu w ranper.
Price of tbe llluud Food, 9 1 per boitl(. Sold by .
CHUK-U. A 1'ltPONT, '
6ol prAprtetoM. 4ti'J Uroalwaji, ow York;. ,
And JOHN i. PAhK, i
t-riRR. rCKrvThl5otCO, Cloclonatl.
HUKDSAL BUO , ,
K. HCAM.AN A CO . 7
For cul byKauflmaii A Co.. Laiu-urifer. Olio, and
byull respectable lrucaitUlt"u;bout the country.
l"PUr, Guilford can oe conulifd at our ollice (lo.
-ftJJBroudwav)emier ptfaotially ur by IcUur.
Thousands are dtilyspea'alnr In the palse of . .
I It .-EATON'S
INFANTILE CORDIAL,
and whyt because Hacssi-fuli iastaaraas
v raits wheu Riveu Iu time. It act. as If by magic,
and aas trisl evas will couvluee you that wbul we
say Is true, it couuins
NO rillMillUlCOH orUTE ,
ofaar kind. and liierefore rullovesby rsiavet'a qs
sssriars olyotirchild. Instead of by dsuJeari,- il
ssii7(rrs. For this reason, it commends In, If as
the eay romss preparation now kno n lor Ckihlrt
7Vsliia.i'errAca, Cysslsr-. Qrifirfi ISrB.ai-
tli.JIridttief tht Stomach, tTint, C taiaeiieea.
'Hid Ore')', also, fer soltenint llie CUIUS, rvnavina;
Uaiiialioa.rettuhrtiint the Bowel. and rericvlnrpair
ilhaaua tjitnl being an atili-siastuo,llc II Is uiod
wllh ulifailiueT success in sll cases ol Casca's'ie r
itktrPitt. As sou valnetne lite ami uanunui joar
children, and wish to save them from those sail aujl
bllphting consequences wnirn " ' '
from ihe use of narcoiics of which the ot it. remedle
for Infantine I'oropluluts ore composed .lake none
hut Oil .KATON'H INFANTILIS I OKD1AU this rs
li l. narrori v harin less, and cannot
oan aaa.v ut :- -;... ; " u.... n..M. If. .11
injur
I. u OKIICBIU IIIOII,.. 1 I r' -
price. HJeents Full
direciiou. accompany ...l
Ko.409 Hro.i,lway..Nw Totk.
Sold by CHURCH dr UHPONT. liniirtlal..
No.stl9. Broadwny. ew iork.
A rrdafl respectable Prugglslthrbu ghoutth couulry
January M, IfOO lj3T
TO LOCATE LAND WARRANTS
uaiao.iop-...----v- -- -- , . . .
L7,v.Tbour.u
wtlhTv? f"aeinh,oflhateiVv wlll baatuU
atthatllme. i.'ee..IOptrQuarlrPeeUo.
Cotreapondencesollclie .oAp,;.Hr.;.
Land Aguuta,KULviUi;,Utm(j!
March 55," 858 4ttt
A BOUT Three Millions or Acres ol Land will b
fVbrowehtlntomarketlothe Male of I.swsa, tia J
neat. W etpecllo miikeesiensiveseL-ctlonainlhe
various Ul.irlit.ihrt.uahou.ihe staie.P''t''
ferlnaoltheUnda.arid rrom our evperteae. In tb
bu.ne..,wo rtelnHd.ntlh.l we can fflyeatire..-
.11 i.n twiftvewniruai 111 uirvu imfn w

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