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tSqttte & democrat
fct AHKE, KOOKE i SUTPHEN,
EDlTOkk ) MOMIETOAS. -
j-t ,' , OFF I O.li.
Left at the Head at tho Ntalre.
CITY 01 IA5CASTBE:
THURSDAY,7 ; BEPlV'T3ri8C0.
'ARRIVALS &. DEPARTURES OF MAILS,
' At Lancaater, BrHallraua.
ftarairolnr, We.t. .........11 00 A. M. '
Care (olae; But 19 P. M.
. Acoommodatioa rolnir WW 7 IS P. M.
This Train, on Saturday ntelit. lav over at l.minu-
er.and reaumeallelrtp nn Kunday Krenliigaa above.
. Xhit Train. oa Naturdar mrht. lava over at Laucaa.
Accommodation folnr, Haat. ........ ..5 iU A. M. -
ter,and r.auraealtalrlpoa MoaiiayMQruiiig,aa above.
. To Columbna every day, exceptfiunday at A.M.
'Arrlvee at l.ancnatr 6 P. M. .
.Tol,oran,everydiiy,eicept8undayal....6 A. M,
.Arrivei at l.ancaaler .... P. M.
AccommgdalioDuacb day, arrives dc d partial 13 M
- On Iloraeback.
To Baltimore, arrive, and depart, every Tiieidav'l
anu rnuay. , .
To New Salem, arrival and dcparta every Tuenlay
VTo Olea'rnort, ovary Tharaday nltit, and returna
rl.lav nlttlit '
VTo Carroll, arrives and departs every Tooadayand
ridav nlibla. atTo'clnrc
To ftuahvllle. every Tuexlay and Friday at l M.
and returna aame evening,
WIDE AWAKE MEETING.
Tho Wido. A wake Club of Lancaster
will meet at the Court House, on Friday
evening next.' '' ' V
The Club will be sJdressrd by It. M.
Clarke and others, ,
Cn Thursday of last week our fellow
titi.en Wm. A. Suomah, was killed in
iSIiesissippi,by a pistol shot. Tho circum
stances are these: Mr. Shuman was pas
sing along tho street in company with a
Mr. Kcbinson. A man named House,
having liad somo personal difficulty with
Robinson, had armod himself with a re
volver and tWn couccaled himself with a
view to be revenged. As Shuman and
Robinson came up, House fired upon
Robinson but missed biro, fired again, and
missing Robi nson, thot Mr.. Shuman.
Mr. Shuman livoS until Friday and died
from tha effects of the wonhd.
Mr. Shuman leaVeS a wife, one child
and many friends in Lancitstir to mourn
his sad and untimely fate. ' Ilia remains
have arrived in this i i y, and will be ta
ken in charge by the Odd Fellows, (lift
being a member in good standing) and
interred according to tho usages of that
: Hail sputters.
m Last evening the Rail Splitters met in
the Gazette Office and organized by (he
election of J no. Lyons as Captain, Isaac
Gruff let, Sarrue! Ilcnuick 2d, and S. D.
Watts 3d 1 Lieutenants. Borne 56 of the
laboring men ideuiitied themselves with
the Club, and among them four who nev
er voted anything but a dcmocrrtt'10 tick
et in "their lives. The utmost enthusiasm
- The laboring mep of nocking township
are waking up to tVTr true interest.
They seem to know where to range therri-.
selves in the struggle now. going ou be
tween Labor and Capital. , Committees
were appointed to procure lamps, caps
' &o. The club will meet again at ilic Ga
zette Offico on Monday evening next nt
Chick bt Match. The Cricket Match
between Lancaster und Circieville comes
off to day in the lattor oi'y .eleven of each
city contending for the prize n new ball,
twj umpires and two scorers acting' fur
eaoli party, the prize is almost nothing,
btit tho pi'idbiplo i's grc.V, the promotion
of good feeling and sociality.
Improvement Is rapidly going on in
out city. Jacob Shadier, has formed a
drain running the whole length of his tan
nery, so that no tad odor can now annoy
citizens or country residents. It is (he
glory of our city, that as soon as evils are
known they are remedied.
jCjrWe invile your epecittl attention
to the stock of D tugs and Groceries of
Mr. II. B, Hunter, in tho S' ajffer comer.
His Block of groceries consists of the vary
best quality of everything. He keeps
in his cigar csso all of the best brands.
Read his advertisement.
Itepubltcnu Meeting in Liberty.
The Liberty Township Wide Awakes
will be addressed at Uat-il, on Saturday
evening' next, tij Harmon R'uWt?,' Esq.,
in tho German' language, and C. B. Ma
sod, Esq., in the English, f lib Lancas
ter Wide Awakes will bo in attendance
'and join in a grand torch light process
ion. A good lime may be expected.
eUdration. The splendid new hail'
of Charity Lodge No. 7, 1. 0. 0. F. will
be dedicated on Tuesday, Sept. 25th,186J
There will also te a celebration of the or
der on the same day. Great prepaiations
ate being made, and it is confidently ex
pec ted that a thousand Odd Ftllowt will
te piesent from abroad. If the day proves
line, Lancaster has not seen such a lime
for yeais as she will sec on the 25th. .
' CSTOuc young friend Isaac Smurr has
received a splendid assortment of Odd
Fellow's regalia, which is", orj exhibition
at the Book Store of Brenneman it Co.,
in this city, which mty M purchased at
low rates between this and the 2Mb inst.;
the day of the Odd Fellows Celebration
- and Dedication of tha Netf Hall.
Stock Sale, Alvah Perry, of thie
city will offer at the Fair" Grounds near
, Lancaster, on the second" day or the
approaching Fair, some of his well bred
slock. Rad his advertisement.
parDo you wish to purchase a splen
did farm cheap? If so -read the' adver
tisement jn another column.
Glad Tidings for Republicans!
1)01 GLASISM EVERYWHERE UEDT.
Veimont gone Republican by 22,000 1
An increased majority of 5,000 over Just
THE STATE OF MAIXE 4,000 RE
Read! . Readll , Read!!! -X
M ART 1$ for While Slavery and Polyg-
my!! The Eugh Admit und Jmlfiei
it!!! - -
On the 1st of Sep'ember Hon. John
Sherman, in his speech at the Court-house
in this city, aiid in effect that
In tho Territory of New Mexico, thero
was, when we acquired it. and is now, a
law SANCTIONING WHITE SLAVE
RY OR SERFDOM a law by which
WHITE MEN AND WOMEN ARE
BOUGHT AND SOLD LIKE HOUSES
AND CATTLE by which white men &
women may ba sold into SLAVERY FOR
DEBT a law authorizing the master to
INFLICT PUNISHMENT upon his
WI1ITE SERFS, and denying the Slave a
hearing in the courts for redress of griev
ances. ' " ' ' ' .. '
This odious and inhuman barberism was
sought to bo ewopl away by tho Republi
cans "of the last Congress and MARTIN
VOTED AG VINST THE LAW INTRO
DUCED TO ACCOMPLISH THAT
END, thug indirectly sanctioning WHITE
Mr. Sherman also said that
During tho last session of Congress a
"Bill" was in roduccd by the Republi
cans to AUUL1SU l'OLYGAMY IN
UTAH. MR. MARTIN VOTED
AGAINST THE BILL, tbus viitually
.motioning that infamous and debasiny in
ntUution, revolting as it is to Lunianity,
shocking as it is to docency, corrupting
as it is to molality, anJ poluting, as it
does, the very foundations of human sod-
The Ohio Eagle of last week rofeiing
to Mr. Sherman's rcmuks said:
"Mr. Shematt could say nothinir a-
gainst Mr. Martin, except that he vuted
against a Dili proposing to repeal certain
enaclmenisof the teiritoiial legislatures
of New Moxico and Utah. IN THIS
MR. MARTIN Is FULLY ENDORSED
BY HIS CONSTITUENTS."
T It possible that, the Demooracy of
the 11th District are iri favor of these in
famous and inhuman larlarUmt, WH?E
SLAVERY AXD POLYGAMY? Is
it possible that in this day of civil liberty.
men can be found who justify White
w.i..'. ..... uHyny u..i rc-.if.y h(mc
men and inomenl Is it poesil la that in
this nge of moial, social and religious ad
vancement men can be found who justify
The 'Eloqueut Stambnusli"
Will also address the people fit the mass
meeting on tiie 19th, in behalf of C. D.
Martin and slavery extension. And who
is Stambaugh? Tho Mt. Vernon Banner
(Democratic) says "tint in 1850, Slam
baugli was a tank abolitionist, and did his
lost to worm himself in among Republi
can stumpers; arid managed to get himself
"calltd out" at a few points. But his rank
abolition spo-clies brought upon him ihe
contempt of all honest men; and ill 1057
ho left the Republican party became Gov.
Cliase refilled to travel with him on a ttump
This is Demooi atio testimony, let it be
remembeied; but here is some more of the
same sort. The Cleveland Democrat ofre
cent date spealiS of tho "eloquent Slam
bauijh" as "a brainless, briefless pettifog
ger," not having a singlo qualification for
the office, except tho mi re (act that he haa
been licensed to practice law; and adds
that he learned to hato them (Broikin
ridge and Lane in Know Nothing Lodg
es, and he carries his Know Nothing prin
ciples on the stump, knowing that every
such speech will loose him Votes."
vVrl have more Demovraliu testimony of
like cha'iapter, but tlii'a' is enough for the
present. We commend the "eloquent Stam
baugh" to oura Democratic friends. He
will suit them!
GaArES. We are indebted to Mr. Jo
seph Feeman of Pleasant township, fur a
fine specimen of what. i's known a the
"SuperiorMammuth Giape." tfliibgr'spo
is the largest and finest we have ever 8:cn,
measuring an inch und a quarter in diam
eter. We understand Mr. F. has stems
of this variety for sale. We advise our
fiiunds wbodesire to secure the Mammoth
grape to call on Mr. Feeman.
MuxKiNuuit Valley Fair. Those wish
ing to attend this great Horse Fair, will
remember that they can be accommoda
fed o.i the C. W. Si Z. Railroad, as there
will be speoul trains run each day.
XSMr. Searls of the Book store one
door west ol Hooking Valley Bank, ad
vertises" Ms new- stock' to-day. Those
wishing anything ib'his' lias would do
well to give hinis. call. Rl his advertisement.
' Por tba Oazetl aod DmauttrU. '
' DavM ToeJ vs. the , Labor!af p.
Mr. Editor: Seeing flaming; posters
displayed conspicuoiisly around our eily
and county, callings Mass Meeting of the
Democracy, to be held on the 19th inst.,
nod among other names aonouoced as
speakers, stands tho name of the magnan
imous David Tod. - Now, when men vl
themselves up as instructors of the peo
ple, it is eminently Ct and proper that their
characters be known, thai the masses may
judge of the purity of ihoir intentions and
purposes. Now I propose to. show that
this immaculate Too is a veritable hum
bug, and an oppressor of the laboring man.
It will Le recollected that durir.g the last
bession of the Ohio Legislature, a Mr.
Baldwin, a member of the House of Rep
resentatives, from Mahoning county, in
troduced a bill eiitiiled an set to punish
conspiiacy, the ostensible object of which
was to punish mechinica and laboring
men for uniting in 6trikes and combina
tions to secure wages siidiciont to enable
them to live and to protect themselves
trom tyrnnical and overhearing cmploytrs.
The bill being so manifestly unjust, and
so Oppressive in its bearing that it met
with nothing but scorn and contempt,
even in the Legislative halls; anil the meni
bor that introduced the bill, finding him
self in such an unenviablo situation, he
was furced; in his pwn defence, to ac.
knowledge that tho lion. David Tod was
the author of ihe vile and infamous thing.
it anerwuras appeared thit David was
largely interested in miniiijj, Ami his hands
fiora oppression and insufficiency of vvar
f-cs were forced to combine and maintain
their rights, and the Hon. Davy thought
he would have a law made so that he co'd
tine and imprison the poor fellows for it,
and thereby ennble him to lord it over them
in true nabob atyl, and they could not
Now, fellow mechanics and laboring
men of Fairfield county, what think you
of such Democraiio leaders that will bring
such men to dictate how we shall vote?
How much longer shall we submit to such
insults? Tho longer wo stand such trat
ment the tighter will our chains be rivit
ed. . Let us mark such men at the polls
where wo still have :h power to make
them feel it. It seems Tod is coming to
help Charley Martin; a boautiful pair,
truly. ToJ would imprison and fine you,
and Martin would give him the liberty to
whip or sell you, to pay the fine, as his
votes on the white slavery system of New
Mexico tpcak in pUin and unmiafiikablo
Fellow laboring men, it is high time
that we should open our eyes to the char
acter of such men as Tod, Martin & Co.,
and show them that we cannot be led like
asses by the haltar to serve their party
purposes, and thoreby promote their wick
ed and selfish ends. Read both sides of
the question and inform yourselves, and
not be gulled longer. Vote so ns to pro
mote your own interest and that of the
poor man, always remembering tha,"E(er
ual Vigilance is tho price of Liberty."
The Prince nud the Orangemen la Cann
Belleville is a quite litilo county city
of ntiout'8,0ro inhabitants, ,built along
the Bay of Quinte. It is surrounded by a
line farming country, which has poured
its population into the city, ready to wel
come the Prince. t -
The city had been finely docoratid,
about So.OOO being spent in the erection ol
arches, aad in planting the streets with
The Princn arrived in iho steamer
Kingston at 10 o'clock last night, arjd an
chored opposite tho city. Every efi'urt
was. nmdj id induce the Orangemen to
give up.thc idea of a parado and lake
down their atch, and last night those ef
forii apperired about to be successful; but
at 12 o'olock delegations from the ciiy ol
Kingston arrived, and tlie Orangemen
decided to stand or fall with their Kings
ton brethren. ,.
Early this n;ornini the country pop!e
tame pouring into town hy thousands,itud
a large crowd thronged tho wharf, looking
at the Prince's steamer. , At six o'clock a
deputation of forty Kingston Orangemen
arrived by the (isir., and marched through
the streets in full dress with Colors flying.
About eight o'clock (Mayor Hopi, ,one
ol tho most intelligent and courteous gen
ilooion iu Canada,, vent on board the
Kingston, to communicate tle tinal de
cision of the Orangemen, who do not seem
to be greatly excited on the subject here
and leive tho lodgrs to do the tfoVk'.
On tho announcement of the refusal of
the Orangemen to give Up their paraJe,
the Governor-General courteously con
veyed to the authorities tho Prince's ra
solro not to land, adding, the Prince was
much pleased nt the sight of the city, and
would like much to visit it. He thought
the mam street the nnebt he unci seen in
,The Kingston then steamed off to Co
burg, where she is expected to urrivu to
Large crowds followed theMayor tip the
dais erejtod for the reception ol thrj Prince
from which ho addressed them in a brief
but feeling speech. Ho regretted being
compelled to announce that the Prince
would not land in consequence of the de
termination. on the part of theOrang So
ciety to back up the brethrou in Kingstjn.
He did not mean to sty anything for or
against their Society'; but ho was sure
that uinbteoh twentieths of the people had
joined with him in regretting (lie circum
stances, and in wishing that th'o. I'rinco
minhtliave lundod without any such dopi
onsiration, fCliters.T He hoped (hs
people from a distance would enjoy llienv-
selves, and said the othocrs would do
everything" iu their power tp wake the day
ploAsant. From' the arches and decora
tions they might see that the city was at
least loyal. .
Tho crowd then dispersed, with ' three
cheers for tho Queen, the Priuce and the
, Orange bands are parading, the streets
but are everywhere greeted with an om
inous silonc6, and tcgardod with erideni
dislike and suspicion. , . - ,
About eight hundrod Orangeman as
sembled in from of Duior's Holed led by
Grand Master Squills, and gave cheers
for the Queen, the Prince arid Garibaldi,
nd groans for the,.Priuoe'a advisers the
Duke of Nowcastle and Sir Edmuod Hod
the band paying "The Rogue's March.' I
APPALINCt PIftAftTEIt n LAKE
SINKING OF TnE STEAMER LADY
. Nearly Three Iloadred I.irea
HKAliT HKSUINO A.tGllslI of RKLATIVFH
Ntatrmeaiaar Harrlrvra. -
. Ciiioaoo, Sept. B. The sictaier Lady
L,lgiu, of the Jake Superior line, which
left hers last night wa tun ii,io by tlie
schooiicr Augusta, oil 'aukcg.(ii, at fMJf
past, twoo'cloek this morning, striking
l.erabaft tho. wheel. The ait-unier sunk
in twenty mintltes nftcrwanl in three bun-drt-d
feet water.. Only venleen rw r
oim are known to be baverl, including
the clork, slewaid and porter.
There were between ilinie hundred and
fifty and four hundred peruana on board,
among wliom were the lilack Yageri and'
Rifles, and Kcveral fire companies front
Millwaukee, who wero an a vist to this
Colonel Lnmsden, of the New Orleans
Pirayune, and family, also on board, and
supposed to bo lost.
At tha time of the accident the schoon
er was aailing at the late of eleven miles
per hoar. .
The steam tug McQueen left here this
morning for the scene of disaster, and
further particulars are (Xpectcl on tier
The books and papers were all lost. Al
ter lio coll son the steamer floated south
to Wincttka, where she sunk.
H. G. Caryl, the Cleaik, makes the fol
lowing statement: The La ly Elgin left
the port of Chicago at half past eleven
o'clock lor Lake Superior. Anion" the
pssongera wero the Union GuarJs, of
IMillwiukce, composing part of some two
hundred and fifty excursionists from that
city. . About hall past two . this raorniug
the schooner Augusta,, fiom Oswego.came
in collision wiih the Lady Elgin whe.n
about teh miles from nhore, The. vqssel
struck the steaniir at ih midships gang
way on the larboard bidoj the two sepa
lated insthnily and the Augusta dropped
by in the darkness. At tho moment of the
collison there was music and dancing iu
the forward cabin. In an instant after
the crash all ws still, and in half an
hour the steamer sunk. I pased through
ihe Cabin; the ladies were pale but silent.
There was not a cry norashriek; no sound
but a rush of steam and surge of heavy
seas: whether tln-y were not fully aware
of the danger, or whether their appalling
situation made them speechless, I cannot
loll1 Tho bost was lowered atocce with
the design of going round upon the lar
board sido to examine the leuk. There
were two oars, but just at that mommt
some person possessed himself of one of
them, and we weis left powerless to man
age tho boat. We succeed or.ee in ret
ching the wheel, but wore drilled away
and thrown upon the beach at Wineteka.
Only two bouts left the steamer, one of
litem containing thirteen persons, all of
whom were Baved; the other bore eight
but four reached the shore alie, the oth
ers being drowned at the beach. Before
I left the steamer the engine hud reased
to work, the fires having I ten extin
guished, and within th rty. minutes the
Lady Elgin disappeared. Tim force and
direction of the wind was such that boats
and fragments of the wreck er driven
up the lake, and would reach the shore
in ihe vicinity of Whiuelcka.
As I stood upon the bcch, helplessly
looking back aliing the route we had
drifted, I could see in tho gray of the
morning o' jecis floating upon the water
and sometimes I thought human beings
struggling with tho waves. Signed.
H. G. Cakvl.
Capt. Malolt of the schooner Augusta,
in his statement, when h1 discovered the
steamer's lights, both red and bright, he
supposed it to be from a quarter to half
a mile distant, and steering bHwten north
and north-east. It was raining very
hard at the lime, "Wo kppt our vessel on
her course, east by south, ur.til we saw a
collision probable, when we put helm
hard up, and struck the steamer two or
thrae minutes aflerwatds, just abaft the
paddlo box on the port side. Tho steam
er kept on her course, the engine being
in full motion; and heading the Augusta
around to tho north side of the 8 earner,
we got sipantd in about a minute, when
the Augusta foil into a trough in the sea
all tho head gear jibl o mnnd staueh
es were carried away. We took in anil
and cleared away tho anchor, supposing
the vessel would fill. After clearing up
the wre' k we got up the foresail. We
succeeded in getting before the wind and
stood for land. ,. Wo lost sight of the
sicanmr livo ininuijs .after the collison."
Uemman, the second mate, states
"that at lulf-past two a squall struck us.
In live minutes more saw the lights, of a
vessel one point off poit low. I sung
out "hard a port.", Tfje vessel seemed to
pay no attention, and struck us just for
ward 1 1 the paddlo box,, on, the larboard
side, tearing oil' .tho Mrheel,, , cutting,
through the guards into the, cabin and
hull. We were steering northwest,, by
wost, a doing to the windward; out; course
wind at that time northwest.. After stri
king us the vessel hung, for a moment,
then got cloar. I went below lo see what
damage was done; wher. I got back tho
vessel was gone." , ... ' , . ., '. , ,
When the intelligence of he less of the
steamer, with the excursion party, reachr
ed Milwaukee yesterday, it spread like
wildriro. through tleclty. The telegraph
office wad thronged all dy with the rela
tives nod friends .of those on board, many
of wlipoi when presented with, dispatch
es Were in tears, and tho most intense
anxiety a, id excitement manifested iu the
countenances. of fall . . , .... , ,
In tho First Ward of that City it Is
said, scarcely a homo or place ot busi
ness that had not lost some inmate or em
ployer. All the survivor,! unite in, according! to.
Capt: Jack Wilson, the commander, gr,eat
praise for, his bravery and daring" through
out,' . He was foremost' in confronting
danger. He was drown within a hundred
fe6t of ah'ofe, Nearly ono hundred per
socs arrived within fifty yards of the"
b-jech, but were swept back by returning
waves and lost, . , ..- , . .- j
Up to nine o'olock to-night only twen
ty one bodies were recovered, most, of,
whom have been reoognized by friends as
residents of Milwaukee.
A Lb naranna Indebted to'me,rl nleme call by the
-TttNTH Otf tiEHTKMBEK ana PAY UP. Can't
wait any longer. latrt,ilna' Kail-at that time and'
Willi CHEAPER!' POODS In Iowa.:- E. JULIAN, j
mum navo a onev. Aw.tn iiiuii ubu B-iAnu
iiancaiter, Aujnsij, ipuv iuui i
Corrected weelly by Wyjnm A Lgoni. '
CofJeo I6'I8 j Sugai I Ofg, 1 1 c
Kg irs ,8 Molaeses At)
Lard lo.. - Salt 8? 00
Bacon 10(3 If is , J5mt,r 12
Wheal pee. bushel .Q!)ra0.r. ,
Flour. fr barrel, 94 75(?5 00.
Corn , 35o Oats 8.i Barley 5 i(5,C5j
Potatoes ?53Ue. . ,
Fish per half larrl, While it 7o;
Piekerel, $6 00; Baas 6 00.
BaLTIMors, Sept. 1 1 . Flour quiet and
firm, Mruall sales Howard st, at 6,87 an
advene of Ohio and City Mills
he'd n 86 00. Wh at steady. Western
Red 1.2(1(3 1.30; White 8 1 ,25(5 1,30;
fonthern 8i,40a8l.7'. Corn dull and
unchanged. Provision" quiet. M'tsis
Po.k 819,-5. Ltrd ISJaH.;. Coffee
quiet at I3'i15.t.
U It C A T SALE O 1'
rpilK. nmlanlr'd will ofler, tbe 11th Day !
I Wrlaber Btit, (ioii. lb arc-ourf 4ay uriha
- - ........ wu,, rjir..v, nr. r , i u if im,
11 Uiicmler.al Hi ucluck, A. U.,r aaid diy. allot
hla :tl.KoA1 hit . ....
TK0Tll(i HORSES AD MAUES,
THE SIKK OF .IIJI II A It TON, JOK
iiinriK H, vtiiKt rAiy,
and other rauuiia Irolltiiir borMa.andall ol the luted
nuw itamliuf In Ihit and adjoining euuntiet. Hell
now hit lGyvuraold, a lure tjl guiier and In ifwl
bealih. He need) nu f'lrihor deurli.tlan fur be l well
kuown all over thia Suite .
..J.I M BART 0 N8 DA M,
Sound. only 13 yoan old anii tu (oal by old Tiie; a
two year old Filly, oat or Jim bar-jju'a dim, by I'uiiui
Cluj Truittid't or fine apved. ?
hY MAKE COl.Tj , , ;,
one yearold, full aiater in J1tn Barton, tound, of One
tyle,and largo, a ery proniiiung coll.
A Yearling Horse Colt
by OU) TOCl'E. dam. old Voreit Roie.'One of Iho
Alien Koudtlert in Ohio. 1 bia coll ia a flue bay cult,
orextraordinuiy atyle and action.
Setrmijr Cc c,
a Stallion, aeven yeara old, by old Togue, daiu by Kir
George, 0. 1). Ili'liluuilor. ll rlsiven banda lvb.
dark buy. without while, sure foal rtier,flu roadster
and can go in U-90. ,
BAT MARE CpLT.M , ... ..
A ttcfctinc by oUTofcue, dam hulf ialer of Oid
Tojfue, b) tli e RituToguu,
iermt Nine iiHUitlikcri-Hit upon noti prlyablo In
Biiiik, with uppruTeii iaicunly,
'lUn hlot-li will be tuld mibout reorve.
alva u pi-unv.
Lancftitor, S'cpl. 13iht IPfiO Ayr.
A FI.VE ASSORTMENT OF JUVENILE BOOKS,
Hymo Bonkaofull kibdt. and all kind, of
PAPEK.CAP, LEGAL, COMMERCIAL
and Note, or tbe Sneat quality.
MEMORANDUM AND PA!:S BOOKS.
amlCopyhookiofall kindi. A line and new utnrt-
meni oi a-ortiuniiiea, wailela, and Pocket
linoUa. very' etioni.
PICTUKCS or erery variety and rlienper than
can ba bnufhleUewhure. MOULDING for Pktuici,
Fnimeaof all i2es,clieiii,
WALL PAFKK alwaya nn hind, and Window
Bllnde; and great variety or Fanry Artlclea, which
will beeoid very low for cash. Pleuje call and exam
ine for youraelves.
TTtF. S. Don't force! tha ilare,Gleer Bow, on
Mail Street. two deore Weal ..f the Hocking Valley
Hank, and op;ioaile Beery &. Burberr)' Grocery.
Lancualer, Sept. 1.1, lHill J3tf
VALUABLE l-'ARM AT
PUBLIC Oil PR1VA I E SALE,
riII B unJeriljrned Excttlor of the ctut, of HcnrJ
I A rn. itil jl.'rnnttwtia. will niT.r at t. ! f ir
old bo tort- at private wli-J at tho Court Uoiue, i:i
21 111 Day cf i'o'cnifyrr Next,
nt 1 o'clock P.M Ibfl ParnLbt)nncitiff In iatd e-ti(e.
cniiai-tinr or about iWt Arrn rt-ljirlultijc Die harm
nf Sauiael Shueffer and H. Wie.t,,a Oruuuttti.d town
Btiip, Kiiirllultl muiityt Ohio, '
'Mirt emiru tract U choir farm ttind, enclosed In
fftfill feiifta. A limit H Mfrtta tilihanma la timUr Mil.
tivalton; ic bnlancu it rry arood timltcr land, with
ruiininc wutttr lliniuieli Iho aaiut; Ui tmprovtiitviiu
tire a laurxi lojs II woiliug Iluu.c, good Uaro and oth
er out building; ,
Several Never Failing Springs,
clone lo the hiime; apood APPI.K OKC HA RI and a
uu tuber of other fruillrua ar on the plucu.
Kor furthur imrticiiluM apply in
li. H. AKN01.il, Mt. VeriMMi, O.i
li. K. KINDMUNH, l.ancssitjr,0.i Exculor8.
I.uncua'or, Ohio, .Sept. 13 ISM.
The Great Yoiuler
or tiii: Nniiri ESTiicKMiiiv,
HAIR RE SI ORATIVE.
Sny- Hie RV. Lr.ii 1 1, (Missouri) Democrat; Relnw,
we publUU a letter tu Or. Wood ol ibis city, from a
jtu nt I em mi In Main, which ttpejtks glowingly of the
superior morils ol Inr hmr tonic. Such evidence
must huvo itt effuct, wbrjii couiinp from a reliable
ource. If cerliflcalca ure guarunUie uf Iruib, tbe
r, needs no encomium, nor ualt'as puflcry fruni
RATH. Main, January il,lH5ij.
profteumr 0. J. Wood Cv.:
(rKNTLEMKM H.irliijr my attention called a few
month since to the highly beneHcial utfucts of your
hair rslorntive, 1 wus induced to muku npplicntion uf
it cpon inybwn hair, which bad become quite pray,
probably one third white ; my wh iskurs were of same
churuetHr. home UiruJ months since 1 procured a
bottle of your hmr ruslorutive, mid nsed it. 1 soon
Iminditwas proving: whut I bad wUUud. ( used it
ubout twice a week. 1 buve since procured another
botllo, or which I Hure used some. 1 cuu now coftil'y
to the worfd that the ferny or while hair bus totally
disappeared, both on my head and dice, nnd'.nv buir
lint resumed Its natural color, and I believe more aolt
and glossy thau it hasljoeu before for twenty years. I
am now sixty years old ; my good wife at the age of
U fly -two. baa used It with same effect. '
The above uotice 1 deem due to you for your valua
ble discovery. 1 am assured llml whoever will right
ly u so, as per directions, will nut have occasion to cou
midict my statement. 1 am a citizen of this city und a
resident boro for the last fifteen years. and u.n known
lo iicm ly'bver) one here und adjoining towns. Any
use you may make of the aliore, wuii my name at
tached, Is at your service; as I wish to pieserve the
beau'i(s of nature Inotliersus well as inj'eif.
lain, truly, youra A. B KAVMOXU.
. WOOD'S HAIK KKSTORATITK.
Mki.TiMona. January 1,1858.
Profctaor H'nod-Utr Sir: Having bad Iho mis
fortune to lose ill A hfst HtrtioiLof nry liuir, Trom the
ybllow ft've'Mn NeV Orleans Ui Kit. I was Induced
lo make a liial oi)ourpropHrfttion,aad round It to an
swer as tbe very ibing needed. M hutrt fcow tbick
mid glosuy mid uuwcnlsran express my nbliptlioiis
lo )ou In giving to the ultlicled such n treusnre.
AARON'S RUN, Kentucky, November 3Uw.ii.
Prvjfeor O. J, W'od:Dear Sir, would eurtiiiii
ly be lioiiijr vou a great injustice nolle make known
lo l lie wfi hi, the wonderful, us well as ihe unuxitecleil'
result I have atperKwiccd Irom using un bottle of
your Matr neitoruiire. rtiier usinguvcry Kino oi nu
slorattves cxttuit, but without success, and rinding my
boud nearly destitute of hair. I was tltally iuducud
lo try your. Hair Kosioraiive. Novr, carder und justice")
compels nit to auuouuee to wbuuifi evu uiuy rvut
IbiVlhuU bow ) sjtese a new und Keatttltui growth o I
hair which i prououint"-richer and huiidsoiuer than
the original was. I will therefore take occasion lo
recomiiieudlhis Invaljulde remedy to aU. who may
fool tho nucissity ol it. ItiMpeetfully yours
l.'KV. H. AU.tS HKOCK.
P.S--This testluionisJ of inj approbation lor your;
valuable medicine (as you are aware of ) is uusolii-i'
ed:-but if you taiuk worthy a place -among the rest,
Insert if uol destroy fcnJ say uoluiug. '
Yours tVo.. ' . Rov. K. A. B.
Tho flestorattvuis put In boiifes ul 0 sues, viz:
lurge iiiedtiim, and small; the sinalltioldhhallapliit,
und reul Is for one dollar per bottle; lite medium holds
ai least twenty percent, more in proportion than the
sinalUrettiiUi'or two dollars per buttle; tho largo bot
tle holds a quart, "percent, inure iuproporl.oit.and
rutailsforlhree dollars , v
O.J. WOOD & CO., Proprietors, 444 Rroadwar
New Vork, atidlH Market Street, Nt. Louis, M inanurl
lLr.VuUsoldUy allgood Uruggislsanu Kunc)Uot.d
uiora. . btpusiuuerUtlhOU jui
jtHARITV LODGE, No. T. moo la' ere-ry Monday
j Erealox. ;
TiOCKHOOKlJtO EBCAMPMfJNT, Io.!, raoel,
Sd and Ulli Thutaday tvonlnaa la eacU uloulu.
Lancaaieri aprll 13, 160011
at' ' . I
W01"'" ""1 VlMi1 Inforwi the penpl. nf
w f rairneiu cooniy aim me buuue fauerjlly, laat
He has opened out IN
dlreetly oj.soalte Martla aV Co'a Bank a Sloe of
D8Y.C09IB AND SHOES.
Which will be foaodwn inspection wjrtky the mttm
. ihttading purekat$rt.
, ... , - -
THE AS-SoRryR.V'f VARltD 3c KXTKN IVK.
ARE ALL NEW.
Tliej liave boco sc'oi-tcJ witlt r:il care.
Werr; bought low an J wi.I be aoIJ at
VEPiY SMALL l'ROFITS, for
CASH OH COUNToY PRODUCE
Tbe special attention of Farmers is difrtrd to our
assortmuut of GmmIs fr
II ID BOYS WEAR
TJier will dud it com pi te, and, we are prepared to
sttt ( pr.rei fftf Kiiltuit.
. - t i. t t ft t . : . . It- ,J . , m.;.
are epccIJly Urlted to call and look lufouft our
Wo hare a iplendl i aiurtni.nt at exceeJinely
Our ilock tliroohoal will be kfnt fa at all tiinaa.
and we bop byacllloir GOOD GOODS Low, and be-
dj allemire and accoiniaodatiuK t. nar cuatoiaeri.
o uierllauJ boCiyurea with a llbral anara ofpiAtlc
patronan. AXOKEW It Kin.
uucaatur, ptcu.berC. 1609 e3tf
GO TO HUNTER'S,
GO TO HUNTEIV.S,
GO TO HUNTER'S,
GO TO HUNTER'S, .
AT SH.iiKFElt'S CORNER,
AT SHAFFER'S CORNER,
AT SIKFFFER'S CORNER,
FOR DUflGS & .GROCEt-IES'
FOR DRUGS & GROCERIES!
FOR DRUOS .fe (.ROCERIh.S
FOR DRUGS & GROCERIES! ,
I! EST Ai
., , BEST Si
IN" THE TOWN'!
IN THJ$ TOWN!
IN TIIE TOWN!
IN THE TOWN! .
Koit. 0. IfliO. i'Jif .
Rccd, Stailbrd & Co.
AT THB'.OLD, STAND OF,
OX MA IX STREET,
Opposite the Hockin'alM Baok:
CO'TIMB TO MASlTACIuIii: 1
OF EVERY" DESCRIPTION, .
From Hie bust mulorials,audat the lowest calt priei.
COARSE BOOTS AT $3 50,
uud other work in iiroporitnii,'- si ' i
KKKJ'.fiT.i FFOK'D ft CO.
Laucastor, July 4, li00-u, 1.4
G. W. PJIATJ S"
. . "tLTal.j?' t ...
J.C. WEAVER'S HARDWARE STORE
where he hat coustaiilty uu hand all kinds of
ALSO. -v ' ,
MADE TO ORDER.
Coarse Bools. n( $3 25. per Pair,
i' aikd olhor work ilono' In proportion, '
CASH IMll) FOli HIDES.
liunr.ittar, A ueml S, lHtio Tltnl8
j ej a y-a iTH
la ri w opnnlna; in tala i'lty, at the
Parker Nir-tnt .Tlachlnc Office,
. . ili'ay -Hiaclc. '
FOR EXIIl UTIOX A XD SALE.
tha culebratud lfiyhl and Brudburys, Itsvln dt Bacon
from Ibe Paomrlea of K. M Blahop, 8. A. Jnwe t aud
Geonre A.'Hriuce. We would eall tbe attention of
the oltirens to our MrM and Bradley Piano which haa
the patcat iaralafad Iron Frame Bud Over Ntnlng Haae
Tbialnatrnin.nt la oelebrated for retaininK ita origin
al lone, ami not boootntnir hard and wirery, which ia
o much dreadfd by thoae purchaaluir I'lano Foru.
All Inatruiaaata aold are (uaraoteod,. Old Dunnea
taken In exchaiiKe for new. t
Uncaater,Auj;ut53, imjU-SUt ' ..
Caart !' Caaaaaaa lwaa. .. .
llaa Miller Plalalir, 1 i . 'f '
Btnm !Hm"".toi n..--.. " rW.
- Uani.1 atmer.catkariiie Mlll.r. RoMnnai Killer,
H.bmwe Mllrar, kially Wlldernaik aad f nlsnaia
WIKermeU, kar BUMMt,il MiaulMth awake. H.a
ry rtnaakab.r knbaie, Aaaa Hasnak, Bail William
O. Haaaak. kef kaacaadiaDlsaiaa WlldamnLh anal
It oak Millar, will late Mllee that a eelltlua waa
acalaattkeaa ea ike flat day ef Jtam.ti A, J). ledO- Ik
iae cneriw iwaaaas neea, wiibta ana let Ida euaai
ly of Palrteld, le Ike llate ef OkU, aud la nrrweaad-
"a, wnrvia aam aiiaa oilier, asisaaiia (.arnua le,
Ilia fcUoWlaa real aalatx. to-wll: la lata numbera
aiaaty.we aad aereaty-tkre (7) wUklltelu-
I'rw.rnivuia, ib ia. iow. oi uarroii. r.ira.iiiruuniy,
Ohloi alao, van vftka Bautk kUa, qaarlnr ofKmillua
.No.W.of r.iwu.hllto. I(, .Ckaaaa Hit. lit, bovad
d aa (allow.: Heainniuf at a tHial a Ik. Muiik w.at
corner r Faatnry lol.uj Caaal; tkanae ank wllk Ike
won llaaoraaid fucu.rjr trael W a fhal laraafa wilk
tbe auaik boundary of Caaah atreet;, tkaace wo.tlu
luwrMcttke aoaikaateorBoraf eald atr..if tkaaa-e
J-iatk to Ik. tai.al: ikeace eaetaleaf Uae eaaal' li lliB
b.(lBalu(,MBialBla( eueifbt acrea (J manor
Alao ahiWtfat,dltBBlabel by belnit aiwrt l
tli. anatn w.at quartw of awtloa Bo. M, of tow uakfi.
Nui i,ofriite Ko; l. b.ilaalB at tbe Houik.aat
ortr rekial atreet: tturock ..M ,U mlA ura.( m
U.rirail ablok luteraasu Mala atreet at tk. Nouilt
ud; tn.aca toath eleuc eald road te tbeaanal: tb.uc.
aatalonireaoallo tba aoulk inl eiwe.rnf ihorlrat
nam.d tract abore neBtloaiad: Ibm. a.iu I, .11
aecllon line to tli. .aal boundary of eaual atrual, tlie
llac or tMxinnliir, eonlalnliieoaekalf l,)acr. mum
or Iraa. lao Inlma Ru. baud li, la tb.luwu bfBaall,
T.IIIVIIK.IHII, VIIIV, ' . .,
Atio'UK). frr PaUtloiior.
Laorutor, Aojuit n, ISou. owg.uf7
la Fairfield Onntf Co art pf Com. 1laa,
Goom Kaulfuau. Plaintiff, ataiaat Joke H Taooonl,
Mtimw It rtniii dormant JtLitmfnt. .
TIIF. Ilf,lant Joko tl . IViiua.it. I. aolKeil that
on April II, 110, tbe rialnturm.d In mid Court,
hHinolluii araiait bin. allerlna? tkat at tbe Octiibar
ormoraaid Coqrt. IK.ttl. be rocov.rt.d a ladriaonl
arainat bin for t3.ir.lf1 danajroLand 150 coat, ofault,
a kUb la bow dortnint.and unrveotered and anautlt
fied oiili.r la whol. or m part, and piayln that an
'rtluriuibt be oiiifr.d, rLViufrlriK aald liofrndaiit til
akow aaua. bt Ocibot mil, wliy lh cauaaabould mil
bororlrfd ajulualivlm.arid rareutlon awarded tbera.
, ArMitnavauunwriwrnaCbaan wad. by tatd eourt,
1 aiiloa I11 utiuear and amw.r h utrf ,u th.
alii 1u.lra0Dl will b. reolrod aiid I'aocullon awarded
Aiyj1tl,lJ6ll wl pf ,3 jo '
THE BKSr AWDCJIEAI'EST
A SEW1 iCrD VAMJA Bf,B JJACHIJIK WHICH
only oeorla'nainhiallim th be unlr.raallr .
piored, aa it la aiorr aiuipic, durable, eaally loamd
and oparaU.1, aui la
E Q U A L . ? 0, .., A.N Y. ;.O.T HER
wurt all rnvy.f fupositn.
Large Mackln.t for ManufaMuHn. airuui r.,.n.
lab.d. Call awl aee. OIKskV'H ULOC'K.fuardoora
i vi iiucaiiia; irallry nana.
li. I. r,LUttK, afenl.
X THRir-AtttliK HEWI!G MATHIB OFFICE
1a prciiarrd 10 riecauall ordera for'tKHSM MAK'
ISO. efler tbe latat at lea. Alao CLUAK.S und
M A.NTVU.AM, (at aad m.do to order.
Laucaater, Agcui: te, letui-r",
, . , 1 (J J VK rcasir.d a large lot ot Ike
II MR TIGHT FRUIT. JAR.
they areoftbe VKI.I.OW WARE, and will .ntlraly
an perr.d. tba tin, or aton. Jora. ou accouot of bvlun
air'ligbl, aud fruc froau eorrTclou urruat.
COPPER RE, TI.-VAUE,
. so ...
f.'f ucral Ilutiae ParuUlaluc EatablUiimrnl,
.. - aa herolofore. Alao.
Stove-Pipe and Sheet-Iron Work
SPOUriKO AND Tnr-BOOFINO
altamlari Ia.i .knri raiI. 1
uauiwi, aiay3l. Mo-laiH
Dissolution of Partnership.
rflflEfartneralitjllier.toror. atl.ttur btcn HIM
1 KO.XH CICKFORllA JOH.N C. DA Via lu tbe
Lanraalef Wuollan Ciu'lory. Ijnraatcr Obio. la bo tan
MalcoiiKb't.thra day iKaaolr.d. The book a aud ae
aounta nTaalif arm am la tk ftoaanealoo of .aid Him-
en n. mqlloru. wao la aulborized to collect aad act
It tbacc.iinta and buaiuoaaof aaid firu. H. will be
fi uud at all liuira at tba nlace nf bualaeaa. formarlv
occupied byaaid driu. Allperaona indebted to eald
"rmareroq eatedtecoaie forward and nake Imne-
diule pajioi-at. HIMKOM B. HIChrOBil,
aiay.lir, rHRtv-Ttr J01IJI C. DATIff.-
ffjiy human Btood apnrrp.lSt
ili A la Y 7i Yt Vi
1 a sy s presents us with ih same essential elenents
iiUKivesoi course tha I nth hi A ft UA hi). Aualjie
tli? Hluod of a person -stifle rinc from Consoviptloa,
i iver complaint, i)sp.sts, eroruta, au4 we
fludiiieter) itt Uutt eerum. deflcieuetea ta tbe td
2ltbuls of Hluod. huuidv ltafe ! IctMiirtCk.. aiid tou
are made well. The Hl.oOll FOOD ivfrvtided Upon
1 o all iiiitrtfe ir;in 'tiiiiidian. fur intent nr eon J
firmed; or fruin duluilt) i fait kind; or from mental
or nerfous proxtmitnl ltrusriit ou by any cause; or
frlito acrofuluurrtiuiidiiiiiibi; r front diseitses of the
htiiuevr, ana to i lie suB'-rii any r tlie tuany dts
trtssint eonioljiius'lo ainfh .heir sex are liable, and
which enendifr ctoiatntniioH the Blood Foodlaof
fervdas a reriaia aiA reliMble remedy. DifferlDirlu
orery partlculai fro'iu ile pateut wedieinesuf tee day,
it is a chemical eouiiiiiiattou oftroo, sulphur and
iiti'piioru. of very rtat worth, and muitj hundreds
buarffUd aud frra.ul,u' testiiuuu) u Utu beuedu It haa
cont'ened on ihein,,
Vehive changed the eolnr of the Wrapper from
H'" ti Vvlliiw- ,'aud theOxe ufihA HiUfjte'os.
U careful .?r that the fae stuiil of our siyuature
is on iue oulaiife wrspir. '
Price of the Blood Kol. 1 y?T swttV. Poldby
Sole proprletArt. 4ey tiniadway, 'ew York.
And JOHN f.PAKK.
Hli IKE. H K"TMS c CO.J CioelnnaU.
KPKDKAL UHtl . )
' ,r K. KCA.NUAS tk lit) , J
Par sute by HanfmaMidt Co., I-aiu-aister, Ohio, snd
by all respeCablc irunial lliirtojhouT the country .
't 'ltr,GuiVford't aii be ciiirulted at our oUlce (No.
4trfl Uroiidway) either ptrsonaliy wr by lottur.
I'liuuiandaaru J lily api-aUlnaah, th. palie of -,
'4 OH . K i tl. lit j
and why? because it acrr fails lo mfttri, Juste si ant
H relief wheu icivi'ii in lime. It aits as It by magic,
a'nd tnut Mtetme will vuuviuce )uu thai ahfct we
say istrt!4. It coutaUis ', .
NU PAKfUiOllir Oil OPIATR
oT -aw kind. and lh.rtfnr r)I1r'vty by remrif t
sifrr-r lytiir cliil.l. hist!TAf by 4tadtnin itt
BtMtbilitir. Fortius rrnt-ii. Il commei'ds Hsolf aa
the only r (tit hit prrmnition tiow known for Child rt
Trttkinff .fhar-fiVrftf. ljitKtrrf, Qripingim tk SvW
f.t, Jtttdit u.iJ V" Stvmrkt Ifimd. Cold in Iht fsad,
.ind C 11N11. fr sullen i up the guins, redurtn il
riainntioii,r'C"ilntitiirth HiwtU.aid rvlievhi pain
it h:ts no Mtia1 beliif uu aiili-pasinodlf it is tted
wlfli unfiilhiii? succens tu all ruses uf Cesrra or
other lita As you vulue lite life and healthuf yunr
i h'liireii, null Wish to save them from those sad au.'
btlhtinff cnlieouenres which are cen.iir .i res 1 1
linn ki u 4ft of nsreotics of which ihe otlit. renedif r
(Vr tufantlne t'omplnims are composed, lake none)',
liut 111!. BATON'S INFASTILM COKUML, tljlxyi"
can kki.v upnu It Is perfectly usnnless. and vanifot ,
injure the most delkule infant. Hrii-n. tJeat Full,
diructious accompany each bottle. Tressed oi(h by
CIIUKCH ot ttHONT, ..
ICn. 4im ftro.dwsy. Nw York.
Soldby CHURJ H dc ItVPOlNT, DrufpUis.
No.4nft. Broadway, New York, ,
A nd all respect able llru.jxi.st Ucogtfhoul the coudUT
Jarusry 14, letiUliU .. ,
LANCASTER, OHIO. .
TTTPrnuipt iHattaa'aun tlrou lo Colleclloa.CII
Ofllce Im Ilea tul)lnis Weat af
OctrborS7, M.'.e-sutl . . lk, , ; r.
B- ac?B: Ttv: -
THSKKuY ainioiraM t aay bid ouilom.ra.aiid the
puhtieacBorulhUha! I b.- re oprncd my 01.1.
BHlCIt VAKU.Si-rikorUii.aal.er, and will inpply
Brick of Ike very bet
Give rour old frWii'l" "II. DAVID tOVUx..
If, H. HITNTErt. HUHTKH
Ht- U, HUNTER k SOX,
Allerncya aad CouBillari i at I .aw.
jriOK-Sh'lfarHouae,uplalra. Kntrauca tt
Market llouao. t