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CITY OF LAHCASTJCB:
THURSDAY, : j : SEPT. 27, 1860,
ARRIVAL8 & DEPARTURES OF MAIL8,
At LaDcaaterr-Br Hallroad. -.
Cars going West II W A.M.
Can going Bast.. 1 1 P. M.
Accommodation going West 7 IS 9. At.
ThlaTraln.an Raturdsv night, lays overat Lsacaa
tar, and resumesltslrlponlunday Kvenlegasabnv.
Accommodation going rsast ftsu A. M.
This Train, ou Saturday night, lays ovor at Linen
lr, and resumes Itatrlpon Monday Morning,ai above
. .. Br Coachea. . ,
To Oolurabut every day, accept Sunday at 8 A.M.
Arrival alLancnaler 6 P. It. '
To Logan.every day .except Sunday at... . A. M.
ArrWaiat Lanoattar a... .8 p. M.
Accotnuiodaltoneacb day,arrlvea&d partialis A.
On Horsebacks '
To Baltimore, antral and daparta ivry Taaiday
To New Salem, arrival and daparta erery Tueiday
To Clearport, erery Thuraday night, and return!
To Carroll, arrvrat and daparta erery Tueidayand
Friaar nights, 117 o'clock
To Ruahvtlle, erery Tueiday and Friday at 12 M
and relurni tame erenlng,
Ually! Bally!' Rnlly!!!
There will be a grand rally of the
Wide Awakes aud Rail Splitters in Lan
caster on Friday evening, Oat. 6.
Let every township send inadelcga
tion. We expect to outdo the "Little
Giants" in their parade on the evening of
the 19th. Torn out everybody.
It has boon lately reported by design
ing persons that Mr. Wiseman, our can
didate for Sheriff has withdrawn &o., dco.
We with to say to the friends of Mr.
Wiseman, and the publio generally thai
he toil! not withdraw under any clrouro
stances, and all reports to the contrary
may bo treated as falsehoods of the ene
Inauguration Conceht. The Schnei
der family will give a concert in the New
City Hall on Thursday evening next. It
' is exproted to bo the best thing of the
season. The musical talent of the ''Schnei
der family" is well known to this commu
nity and needs tio comment from us.
Mr. Sohncider proposes to make a spe
. ciftl effort, and it is to be hoped our citi
zens wift give him a crowded house.
MEN OF FAIRFIELD!
Fail not to' attend the townslrp meet
ings to be held the coming week.
Mr. Horton will certainly be present at
all theso meetings, and wi.l be assisted by
other able speakers.
TURN OUT then, and hear your pop
ular and able candidate for Congross.
Let the "Wide Awakes" aud the "Rai1
Splitters" rally in their force and be pres
ent at the night meetings; especially are
they expected to attend at Baltimore, on
the evenini of the 3d, and Lancaster
on the evening of the 5th. ' '
Hon. Thorns Ewing for Lincoln, .
We are pleased to learn from the Scioto
Gazette, thotour distinguished fellow-cit.
izen, the Hon, Thomas Ewino, "will ad
dress the people in favor of Republican
prinuiples at Cliillicotlse, on Saturday,
Sept. 29 tli, I860, at 2 o'clock in the af
ternoon," The Gazette adds that ''a gen.
o ral invitation is extended to tho people
of Ross and neighboring counties, of all
political parties, to oome up and ' hear tho
able Lawyer and Statesman the compeer
of Webster and Clay give the reasons
which have prompted him to give his sup
port to Lincoln, Hamlin and the Republi
Odd Fellow's Celebration and Dedi-
cation. On Tuesday last, the Odd Fel
lows held a ctlcbration in this city some
300 and upwards of the Brotherhood wer
present in their . rogalia and participated
in tho exercises. At 1 o'clock P. M.
the procession formed and headed by
" Lybrand'e" excellont "brass band" pro
ceeded through the principal streets of
our city to Brasee's grove half a miloeast
of Lancaster, where they wero treated to
one of the ablest and mot eloquent ora
tions by Rev. Bio.vG. Flanders, ve
have ever hd the good fortune to hear;
after wliioh the procession re formed and
returned to the city. At 61 o'clock, P.
M. the splendid new hall ol Charity Lwlgp
No. 7, was dedicated, Tho Right Wor
thy District Deputy Grand Master Go .
W. Edgar acting as grand master. The
beautiful ceremony was witnessed by some
five hundred of the brethren and citizi-ns.
After thM ceremony the Odd Fellows
with their ladies and a very few of the
citizens repaired to the Cook House,
where at 9 o'clock they took supper.
I&.Our thanks re due Mr. Grave tt of
the Lancaster Nursery for a very choice
oolleotion of Dahlias. The bouquet con
sisted of about forty different varieties.
Mr. Gravett informs us that be intends
exhibiting over fifty different varieties at
the coming Fair frost permitting. Mr.
G. has in connection with hie choice' va
riety of flowers, evergreens, &o., an ex
tonsive assortment of fruit trees of every
description. Road bis advertisement.
B&,Our complements are gladly ten
dered Wm, Lybrand and Ezra Wolf, for
the seranade of Tuesday evening last.
These gentlemen as musicians are second
to none in Ohio. The first is well known
as the leader of that jolly band of good
fellows and fine musicians commonly
known as the "Tarlton Band." The
second is everywhere distinguished as the
finest bugleist in southern Ohio.
IguGo in and see Jimmy Ltonb the "lai
joy," who bas just returned from the
Eastern cities with one of the most fash
ionable stocks ol Goods ever opened ia the
City of Lancaster. Cheap,, oheaper.oheap
f?t. Go iu and see Lyons & Son.
Hon. V. B. HoBTOjf will address the
eititena of Fairfield sad Perry, at the lol.
lowing times and plaoes:
Monday Oct. 1st, at 2 p. to.,
. " .
7 " '
Tho Ohio Eagle of last week meanly
attempts to deceive the Bell men into the
belief that the Wide Awakes of Lancaster
disturbed a Bell meeting in this city by
parading by their hall, hallooing, whoop,
ing, &o. that the "Wide Awakes" were
caled out for that purpose. This is stuff
manufactured out of whole cloth for the
purpose of inducing Bell men to vote for
P: D. Martin.., The (acta in the case are
On Saturday evening July 21st, the
4 Wide Awakes" beld their first regular
meeting at the Court House. It being as
certained that Douglas men were holding
their regular meetings on Saturday even
ing, the "Wide Awakes" changed their
meetings from Saturday to Friday even-
ng, aud in accordance with that change
met on Friday evening, Aug. 3d. Since
then these regular meetings have been
held on Friday pighi., On Saturday even-
ng Sept. 1st, the Bell men met at the
office of P. M. Wagenhals, and organized
the "Hocking Township Ball and Everett
Club. (See Gazette, Sept. 6th.) They
also fixed .their regular meetings on Fri
day night, ahd did it more than a month
after the Wide Awakes had fixed the time
for th eir meetings. So that if either par.
ty is to blame for the holding of two meet
ings on the same evening, it mast be our
Bell friends. We are not, however, dis
posed to blame any one we presume the
Bell men appointed Fri lay evening for
their meetings without reflecting that it
would clash with that of the " Wide
Now to tho interiuption. It consisted
simply in marching up Main street, down
Broad to the music of tho drum and fife,
before the Bell meeting was organized
without even knowing that the Bell men
were having tboir meeting. No Republi
can, n Wide Awake had any thought of
interrupting the Bell meeting, and the ed
itors of the Eagle well knew it when they
published their article. '
Shooting Affray. On IabI Tuesday
morning when crowds of people weie
standing on our streets awaiting the Odd
Fellows celebration in dedication of the
new hall, a row occurred at the foot of
Main street, between two young men of
this city, in which both barely escaped
with their lives. Had either of lbs brick
bats thrown hi', or the revolver aimed at
the other not missed fire the first time,
one or the other woulJ now bo in " that
bourne from whence no traveler, returns."
The facts in the case at given in testimony
before Justice McVoigh, are these: The
young men had a difficulty on Saturday
evening, in which one was knocked out of
a back door find the door unceremonious
ly locked upon him. From that time un
til Tuesday morning he hid followed the
other fiom place to place with a piece of
hoop-pole about three feet lung, and on
Saturday evening last threw three brick
bats at him and his father as they were
going "over the lull Home. un bunday
morning the pursu ed was traoed to East
Lancaster and the sxme hoop-pole bran
dished menaneingly over his head and
whs only prevented from personal vio
lence by tho interference of the bystand
ers. Uu Monday niclit with the same
hoop-pole le was followed around the
streets and attempts made to aggravate
him into a quarrel, but nothing of a seri
ous nature occurred. On Tuesday morn
ing as the one assaulted was going with a
friend to the Bitwery, he observed his
adveroary at the Canal Hotel. They
were in the Brewery but a moment when
the ''hoop-pole man" made his appear
ance witu the hoop-pole raised. The
other retreated a step or two, drew and
cocked his revolver, and then stood on his
guard. The "hoop-pole man" crossed
the onaI bridge, and when the other at
tempted to cross assailed him with brick
bats and stone coil, when the revolver
was once more drawn and trigger pulled;
but the cap bursted, the pistol mno made
tracks but was overtaken, when a scuffle
ensued, during which neither reot-ived
any serious damage. The one with the
"six-shooter" having dropped his hat In
the scuffle returned to get it, but was
again assaulted with renewed vigor.
This time the lehdeo messenger hit the
hoop-pole man" on the chin and glan
cing orf struck a canal boat. The revol
ver was immediately oocked and aimed,
but the "hoop pole man's" ardor was con
siderably cooled, and the partios sepa
' LOST .
On Monday, the 25th inst., between
Lancaster and Braise's Grove, a plain
gold Breastpin, marked with the initials
L. S. The finder will be suitably reward
ed by leaving the same at Dr. M Effin
ger's or at this oflloe.
The Wide Awakes and Rail Splitters
were out last night in numbers. They
made a fine appearance.
Bepabllcaa Central Caaamltlee.
The Republican Central Committee will
meet at the Guxetk office on Saturday,
Out. Ctb, at I o'clock. Business of gieat
importance will bo transacted. Let eve.
ry member of the Committee be present.
i e i i
. From Oar Owa Correepoadeat. .
Nw York, Sept. 22d, 1860.
During the past week things have gone
on in this Metropolitan Babel much as
usual. Our hotels are overflowing with
strangers from every quarter of the Un
ion, with a sprinkling of foreigners from
every nation on earth. Onr citizens are
returning from their couetry seats and
the places of fashionable summer resort,
so that New York can now be seen te the
best advantage. The wharves are crowd
ed with shipping, loading and unloading
the products of every clime.' Our job
bing houses are busy from sun-rise till
midnight, paoking and marking packages
ot dry goods and groceries for every city,
village and cross road from the St. Law
rence to the Rio Grand, and from the At
lantie to the Pacific. The retail stores in
Broadway, Bowery, and other great thor
oughfares are crowded during the day
and evening with ladios, making purchas
es for the fashionable season, which is ex
pected to be very brilliant this year, being
inaugurated by the ball given by the "up
per, ten thousand" to the Prinoeof Wales.
So, Messrs. Editors, if you or any of your
numerous readers want te see New York
n all its glory, come at once and be sure
not to forget Slmkspeare'a advice, "put
money in your purse." ...
The news from Europe is exciting.
Our old friend Garibaldi, while sojourn
ing in this country, appears to have learn
ed a lesson from the Yankees, and has
shown that progression, or the go-ahead
principle answers as well in Europe as in
America. He is now safely seated in Na
ples, having conquered two kingdoms in
two months. Pretty quick work, and ad
mirably done. .
The news from England is more favor
able for their harvest, and should the
weather continue fine for two weeks lon
ger they hope to secure the principle part
of their grain, but in a damaged state.
All aooounts agree that they will need
large supplies from this country, which
our abundant crops will enablo us to fur
nish. Parlies now oocupy a large share of
publio attention. Alt attempts to unite the
various factions that oppose the election
of Lincoln, have failed, and it is now gen
erally conceded by every body that he is
to be our next Y resident. Heaven grant
that lie may not deceive us as much as
Buchanan did the Democracy but this is
hardly possible, as he is allowed, by even
his bitterest opponents, to be eminently
honest, and will beahle to select from his
party a cabinet which has never bren sur
passed in the history of onr country. We
who feolan interest in Ohio and who
docs not look forward with much inter
est to your State election in October, and
rartioularly to your Congressional district.
I assure them all that the Eleventh dis
trict will surely elect that firm and true
Republican, Valkntinb I'. Horton, by a
handsome majority. Your truly,
Forthe Gazette and Democraii
We were yesterday shown a letter from
Milton T. Peters, of Princeton, Illinois,
to his father, (Judge G. J. Peters, of this
county.) Mr. Peters was one of the Bu
clianan electors in 1856, and Jone good
service in the Democratic ranks. Last
summer he traveled through tho Southern
States an saw the working of the "pecu
liar institution " in all its beauty. His
letters during his Southern tour addressed
to his wile nt Princeton, were published
iu the Damocratio orgt n there, and re
published in the Zan-ater American
Democrat. Mr. Peters lives in the dis
trict represented by the Hon. Owen Love-
joy, and as a lawyer Is not surpassed by
any of his age in the State. It will be
gratifying to bis n umerous friends in this
county to know that be is now supporting
Lincoln and Hamlin. His celebrity as a
lawyer, and bis popularity ns an effective
stump speaker are well known, acd tbe
Republicans of the "Sucker State" may
well be proud of such an acquisition to
llieir ranks. He has traveled over all
sections if our Union aud the Canadas,
and in his own language "negroes and
mules will . ruin any country," So it
goes, men of principle are daily deserting
the mongrel crew that now compose tbe
so-called Democratic party. Roll on the
Ropublicin ball, and the election in No
vember will shew that we have principles
embodied in our platform that will live
when tho Democaalic party is forgotten.
J. P. 8.
BrB.We clip the following compliment
ary remarks from tho Hocking Valley
Press of the 20th inst:
The Linooln Club was addressed on last
8turdiy evening, by Wm. P. Creed.Esq.,
ol Lancaster. Posters were throWa about
during the day, and at night we noticed
persons living eight miles iu the country
in attendance. Mr. Creed had a large
meeting and acquitted himself manfully.
For over two hours Mr. Creed held the
large audience perfectly spell-bound. His
speech was of a different order from most
political harrangues and in many places
was truly eloquent. We hope Mr. Cieed,
will be mindlul of ua between now and
the eleotlon many times, and every time
his memory is rof.-eshed, will give us the
advantage of his fine oratorios! powers.
There was some effort to create a diver
sion, hut it proved a failure. - The efforts
were in the shape of song-singing aoross
the street; some efforts to oreate a sharn
fight, Sto., die. - We hope this may sot
again ocour; it is disgraceful and gives
strangers a bad opinion of our town. . -
tfja.Lst all who are desirous of buying
good stook, attend Mr. Tallmadge's sale
on Saturday next.
The) Are of Tlftatc.
Oar first namber, under the above title,
will appear the first week in October en
suing i and thereafter, abost the first and
fifteenth of each month. Zvcry number
will be complete, as there will be no ar'.i
ties coalioucd. It will be executed on
fine while book paper, and with entirely
new and superior type. The form will be
an octavo, of 16" paes to each number
22 number', or the iaue of ceo ear, will
form a handsome volumne of 334 ptgee;
and if bound, will make a valuable add
woo to tue lamiij uurary. in coo tents
will be mostly standard literature, thai
may be read by generations yet to come.
In tho first number, will be found a
somewhat lengthy article oe Rhetoric, bv
Professor Fellowes, who is unsurpassed as
a popular lecture and eloeutionist. Pro
feasor Fellowes bas frequently held crowd
ed audience, in the same place, for weeks
in succession, with increasing interest.
Our connection with Foreign and Ameri
can journals will enable ns to place before
our readers (he highest order of literature.
We shall also be favored with contributions
from a number of highly talented writeis,
which will be purely original. It will be
our care to admit nothing into the columns
of the "Age of Yirtut," that will pervert
tbe moral aeuse, or in any way lower the
tono of a high se se of toligious and
manly rectitude of charade . . As before
staled, tbe mission of tho "Aw" will be
to inform the anderstanding, by furnishing
the mind with appropriate subjects of
thought, and to labor to direct its readers
in the ascending plaio, morally, iolellectu
ally and religiously. We will bo happy
to send our journal to every family, who
may desire an intellectual paper, that is
free from hcensious and immoral tales.
The price ol tho "Age of Virtue." will
be SI 25 a year, or 5 cents a number.
Lancaster, Sept, 20 H. SCOTT
From Sauta Fee.
Indf.pkndiscx, Mo., 8cpl. 24 The
Santa Fe mail, with da.es to the 10th inst.
arrived this evening.
Iney have bad two copious showers of
rain, wuicn nas revived the spirits ot the
people very much.
ibe mail party, consistinz of Mr. Deu
vers and his Resistant who drives the mail
coach between Santa Fe and El Paso, were
attacked by a band of Indians at Ojo Del
Musrlo, and barbarously murdered. The
Indians destroyed the mail, tore the coach
to pieces and drovo off the train. This
occurred about tbe 1st inst.
RoJg-ers who was cotivfntedcr murder,
was 10 be hung on the !gih inst.
On the 13th of August a band of Nova-
joes attacked a ranch near Santa Clara,
killed one child and look throe into cap
livitr. This was done in davlitrht. and
they ef&ped with their oap.ives without
Don. Marous Stndoral who resided in
the county of Los Vaas, was shot dead
in bis bouse on tbe zoib bv some un
It is reported that Col. Faunlelroy has
employed the services of 300 Utah war
riors to Gght the Navajoes.
The campaign is progressing finely.
It is anticipated that twice the number of
men called will report themselves
at the rendezvous. Fitteen hundred reg
ular troops are ordered to march to the
Navaioe country the 1st of October; but
as only six companies are mounted, it is
feared they cannot do much good with
well mounted and desperate Indians.
Our young friend John Yoinoer, Esq,
addressed bis German frllow citisens in
their language at the Court House last
evening. Mr. Younger had a good meet
ing and we are told made a good effort.
This was his first attempt at public speak
ing, and from the matter snd manner of
his speech last night, he premises much
for the future. Mr. Younger has hereto
fore acte J with the Democratic parly.
Pronunciation. Some people call it
Bam; othesr Bom or Bamm; but all who
have tried it, pronounce Gurnsey's Balm
to be the best and in fact tbe only reliable
external remedy. It costs but 25 cents
THEnnhllearalierebT nollRed, ANNA MARtAH
KlllKnNAIIKK,wlf of Joseph Frlednauer hai
abandoned her husband without cause. Peraonsbar
borlniror trusting-her, wilt do an at their own risk,
aa ha will not he responsible for herrontrnrts.
Sept,tI7, IBtiu 3r8, JOSEPH FRiEU.NAUEH.
Fa tale of William Jl. Khnmaa.
TOTICH Is hereby flren. that the andarsla-ned hat
l been appointed andduly qualirM Administra
tor of the Ksuiti-tof WILLIAM A. HHUMAN.deceated,
I nte of Falrflold count?, Ohio All nertona havlnc
claims no-alnsl mid K-tata will present tbom foraeltle
ment. Infrally authenticated within one year and all
those Indebted will make Immediate payment.
jr.KKMiAii a. wiitjja. Adm lor,
ep.20, 1660 3wM
S to 4 ytiar old, nfttmntr Aealthf frowlh, prict from
VIIMUeJIl ir IWIi Alio.
Peach, Pear, Cherry,
KQvtallk.DdsortinaU PrulUi'n laryu qaantlUoi. and
f reii qiinnmiea l
Decldaam Rrer;roen, Shrubbery,
Haiti, DahlieitFlawersne Plants
Bulbs, ao. All of large ilia and
All are respectfully Inrlted to call and examine my
tlock before purtbaiingelsawhere.
junn uk.avhi i.
Uiisas4erNursery,;Uncutsr,0., Sept. 97, 1760-80
I WILL offer for aule.by public auction, at my re
eldeaoe, half anile West of the City o( Lancaster,
On Friday, October 5, I860,
the fdllowlnr property, to-wlt
A tABCE QUANTITY OF HAV,
40 two years old CATTLE, .
20 one year old do. 8 one year old Hoilefs
Fire Horaea; 1 Blooded Mare; 5 two-years old Colls)
ONE FINE BULL, 40 HOGS.
t Wafois, oae Carl.FJFTtFN BARRELS of CIDER,
50 ACRES OF CORN in the SHOCK;
whlshwlll be offered la paroelatoaultparchaaera.
Also, at the asms time ana ptaoe, 1 will offer rorsate
951-2 ACEES OF LAND,
barlny; on It a lood comfortable nwclllnir House and
a Artt rate Barn, and an Orchard. The land will be
fared on long credit. Sal to esmmeucs at S o'elock
A.M. Terms will be raaoe Known oa aay or sale.
September w, leeo-ewso - o. tai.i,auu.
Tb Maaklacara Valle-r Fair.
The trottiag match Jbr tSOO was wit
aeaaed by a large crowd of people, Ike
Cook, of Chicago, winning (ha puna.
Time 2:44 :44i.4l. Th. naoiar nnrM
fur eioo was w. a by Jim Riley of Cio
cinnati. Time t;60.
Corrected weekly by Wtgum tt Lgont.
Coffee 18.18c Sugai lO&llo
EKg ' Molasses 60
Lard 10 Salt 92 00
Bacon 10l?c ' Butter it
Wheat per bushel 890 05
Flour per barrel, 84 765 00.
Corn Ms Oats 18c Barley 6J65j
Fish per half Larrof, White 95 73;
Pickerel, $fi 00; Bass 5 00.
new York market.
Naw York. Sept.. 25 Flour Exhibi-
ts more activity, and prices have advanced
So. p b I, with an a live, demand for ex
port and home consunapti a; sulci 27000
tois. o ooas 10 superior state! 5 35a5 45
extra state; o 05a5 20 superior western;
o oo-do da cummon te medium extra wes
Whiskey Steady: sales 20f0 bb's. nt
Wheat Full? 2o.hiifher. with a brink
export demand; sales 40.000 bish; Mill-
wauaeeuab I 61a'. 23 for prime, and 1
25 very choice; 2,800 bush.
Itye Dull and heavy a' 75c.
BarW Is moro active at a fraction
over 86o,8sles 600 bush. Canada.
Corn Quiet and steady, with sales of
57,000 bush, wood sound mixed wesrj-rn
Oats Dull; 37a39o. western. Canada
BaLtimorx. Sent. 24. Flour drill and
heavy; Ohio sold at 6 62. Wheat dull,
and dcclintd 2o; Red 1 20al 33, White,
65a68o. Provisions dull and hoavv.
Mess Poik. 19 76; Prime, 14 75al5.
Lard, 13 jo. Coffee firm at Hloic
Whisky dull at 22JC, r
Philadhlphia. Sent. 25. Flour Hull.
but firm. Wheat firm: sales 8000 tush.
White alii 35a 1 20: Rd. 21 2G1 83
Corn active: Yellow at 75c. Mess Pork
8l9 60a20 Prime, IU 75al5. Whisky
A flue assortment of
, rfj-nin Books or alt kleJi.and all kinds of
PAPEH...CAP, LEGAL, COMJeKRCUJ,
and Note, of tbe Ineet ejoallty.
MEMORANDUM AND PASS BOOKS.
and Copybookt or all kind.. A flne and new assort-
meni 01 rartmaiiet, Wallets, and rocket
Booke.rery cheap. . '
rjp n c23 so aa iaa ea
of every rarloty, and.cheiper than cod he bought else
Moulding for Picture Frames,
alwayt on hand, and WINOOW BLISDS, and a (real
which will be sold very low for ca.h.
ILfPloaso call and examine for yonisrlret.
. . JOHN SKAKI.E8.
TTTP. S. Don't forret lha nlirn. u
Mall Street, two duora We.t of the Hocklnr Valley
Bank, and opposite Bry 4 Burberry's Grocer..
Bill IS Pill!
B O OKS
A. BRENNEMAN & 00
HAVE REMOVED THEIR
THBBB DOORS WEST FROM
KKARLY OrP06fH; THE
Where they hare made extensive additions to their
former atoi-k. and would call the alteution of all Booa
buyera to their large and eiteustirs aasortmeul ol
Books and Stationery,
Which they offer for sale at extremely low prices.
The nartltulrr attention ol COUNT Y .MEliCUA.VTS
It called to our large block of
Wa will farnlfh them with School Books, HUnk
Rooki ind Pnper al amn.L advance on Km tern Hud
Cincinnati wni-aai.i rairaa. A. 11. tli CO.
Js4iicauirt btfukotuncr 0, 1660 tf
VALUABLE FAItM AT
PUBLIC OK I'HIVAIE SUE.
rilHE undersigned Eaerntors of the estate of Henry
J Arnold, deceased, will offer at pubticsale, (if not
sold before at private sultt) at tb Court House, iu
Laucaster, OUio, the -x
2 till Day of November Next,
at I o'elock P. M tho Farm hnlonging to aald e'tatn,
consisting of about IHO Acre) adjoining tbe Farm
orssniuol Sbaeffraiid 8. Wieal.is GreenSeld lawn
ship, KulrAuld eountyi Ohio. -
The entire tract is rholoa farm land, enclosed In
good fences. About MS acri-a ofibe annie Is under cut
tivatiout the balauce Is very good timber land, with
run a Ing wlerllirugli tbe sauiv) the tmpniveatents
are s Large Log Dwelling House, good Barn and oth
er out buildings! '
Several Never Failing1 Springs,
elosetnthe house) a good APPLK ORCHARD aad a
number of other rrutttreea are on toe place.
For further particulars apply to.
O. H. ARNOLD, Mt. Vernon, O.i
B.F. RINIIMONII. Laneaaur,0.
Uncaa'ar, Oblo, Sept. IS IBoO.
Jtm Bm CTOeSI BT'sa
tIARITV LODOB, Ho. 7, nsta every oaday
OCKHOOK1SG ESCAMPME.VT, To.SS, meU
td and Alb Thenday Evenings In each month.
dand 4th Thursday Bvenlngs
Lancaster, april 19, 100 St!
WOPI.Dery reepeetfertf for tka peeps W
FalrHsId aeuaty aid th peMI Mkj, att
He has opened out IN
4irt)yoppoall Afaatli C' BarJt stock of
DRY GOODS B SHOES.
Which will be found oa Inspection wertA la. annt
lia tf inttUInf furtktutrt.
rat AisoBTMsns variio a ixteji iva.
ARE ALL NEW.
Thev have been selected with nut mm..
.. o -
Were bought low sod will be sold at
VERY SMALL PROFITS, for
CASH Oa COUNTRY ttODUCE.
Th special alteaUos of Paroierate sirccUd to oar
aasortmeiit of Goods for
IN ID BOYS WEAR.
They will end it compl te, and we are prcpaisd to
till at pries lAai will aatl.
are specially Invited to call and look throng our
Wa bare a splendid assortment at exceedingly
Our stock throughout will b kept full at all times.
and we hope by selling GOOD GOODS tOW, and be
ing attentive and accommodating to eur customers.
k merit and be favored with a liberal ahare ofpoWlc
patronaits. ANDREW RKID.
bancauar, Septembers. lSC983lf
GO TO IICNTER'S,
GO TO HUNTER'S.
GO TO HUNTER'S.
GO TO HUNTER'S.
AT SHAFFER'S CORNER
AT SHAFFER'S CORNER,
AT SHAFFER'S CORNER,
AT SHAFFER'S CORNER.
FOR DRUGS It GROCEl IE3!
FOR DRUGS & GROCERIESI
KOR DRUGS & GROCERIESI
FOR DRUGS & GROCERIESI
BEST At I'HKAPEST!
BEST 4 CHEAPEST!
BEST & CHEAPEST!
' BEST dr. CHEAPKSTI
IN THE TOWAI
IN THE TOWN!
IN THE TOWNI
IN THE TOWNl
AT H. B. HUNTER'S!
AT H. B. HUNTER'S!
AT H. 3. HUNTER'S!
AT H. B. HUNTER'S!
SHAFFER S CORNER.
Sept. i. ino, 2jtr .-
Little ff Drcsbachs
Htva now tn 8iora and nctfiviaf a ipleDdid aaaort
Staple anir iancn
euiuble for lb ,
FALL AND WINTER TRADE.
WE CALL THE ATTENTION OF
tnourauiek before hnylng elsewhere. Oar stock l Cost
posed in part, as follows: A full assortment of heavy
for Moo and Boy's Wear) a choice eloek of -
mEKINOUrf AND ALfACCAS
ALL KI3DS of Rich DRESS OOODS
BLACK AND FACV SILKS,
CLOAKS. SHAWLS, HOSIERY,
Glovesand arnall ware,wbl!e Coods.Une'us. Notions,
and Fancy Goods, and Indeed every thing usually
kept in a Ory Good bioru
WALL PAPER, CARPETIKG, &C.
all of which will M sold
Cheap for Cash or Country Produce
LITTLR ft DKESBACI1S.
Laucntter, Seplcrober SO, IS jU- Uilf
IktMRniATBLr removes or prevenU InSamatlon
from His worst Burn Scald, Bruise, Fracture. Cut
or fresh wound of any kind, snd Its healing quality ia
truly wonderful. For Neuralgia, Kheurnaiisin.Agae
In the breast, Saltrheam, Frosted Feet,ChillUlns,;c.,
It is tbe best application known. It prevents swull
in, pain or Irritable front Mosquito bites, be Mings,
poitonoae plants, 4e. It will certainly aura Croup,
when taken internally, also Sore Throat and hrn
neae. U eenta a fmule. tor asl by Uroitgtsu and
Htnrekeepnrs, IKV1M 8TONK, Rolo Proprietor; No.
1. Spruce Street. New York. sept, t, IWio lyii
1.1. persons Indebted to me, will ptense call by th
Tan rti ur Dtrir.anr.K tit rs r ur. i.an-t
with CHEAFEBt-ttOOOit l town. X, JULIAN., I
Uocatr,AuguJ,lo lovxt .
--' Caert t Caaaaiea ria" '
aMtatoFtsaaY .a f
aaUl tt'.t4..ri,.1 Fa U rartlltM. i
ItaetalAtilies.CaikarlM Utiles. ItnvMaeh Mllferv
laeeeea Miller, Krally Wllrfarnntk and mIom
WlMarmot. aT kMudl aitiahelk sMll.t Nee.
rjSraakekerkeebeed, Aea Hainan, led Wllliaie)
. Hannah, her besasmd. Slee VMI-terroMt e4
Noah JdiUr,lll take aU that aewiiue waeii4
anlDMlhera oo lbs SIM day if Aiituat A. D. IMW.ta
she Court of Ciamoa Prea. wliMi a4 let the ee
ly of PatrSeld, la the Slat e( Valo, Mhhi pesrd-
!? aald Eltaa Miller, demands panltloa In
w rotiewlsHT real easts, I. writ In tsta nahfi
-iy-iwe aad esTealy-lkree (
three (73) with U !-
fwreaBente. ia law tnwa mt r.Mif
."v Ala, perl r the Sth Hast aeaner "I I
i? A' Tl " ' IS, I
as Mlowsi aWaelag a a pen ee lh seat
a in i e m y r-
latatf at a ms u. Aa.a SbhS-
"J "?',.'7 pt Is Msg with
.TTT.l "-lr said rrl, .i,e
SUStiT J".h atoagft e-.s'l I Ik.
bla.la,,o.uUI, MNtigM seree U) ,
"i;o'!rnl'! T Wlrg apart rP-
rw7l '"Z r" -Id aireest.
tat anas kirk Inters. nfl . . ... w
and, than soeth along said road le ibecsn.l: thesew
aataloegsaults the teutb west ew.erof tbe re
aojed tract above eienilogad; Ikrnea aorta, as half
eectloa Un to theeatl boundary of eanal street, tbs
b'aee of bearlanlnsE eoatmlal mm, . w
r.'!2,-.JA10 'n1"" "".S 18, litaiowf Basil,
FalrSe.d couity. Ohio. - '
Attorneys fr FsttlloneV.
LtncastoT, Angast n, Se-w.pniT
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST .'
ASBW A KD VAMIABIJI VACRIKB WBICIf
only seed, emot n.i i.n tn k ..I..M.M. . .
proved, as II is more simple, ditrabl, sally leaned
and prall, aud Is . , , .-.
EQUAL TO ANY OTHER
FOB ALL PANII.T PtTlPOtflJ. ' '
large Maeblnet for Vinnftrf mi........
Itbeo. Call aad sew. etBMkVI wi .i
West of Hocking valley Bank.
v. r. rLOWERi, igent. '
ItlRS- BUXTOW; :
AT THE PAHK.U. SEWI50 MtCHI51 OFFICt
U prepared to tleeate .11 orders for rtREK If A at
ISO. after th latest sttlea. ai cliui. m-A
AtA.1Til.LAM, entaedaaad to rda. . '
uaeasur, august la, 16 a.
1 HAVE received a Urge lot the
HEW AIR TIGHT FRUIT JARJ
They as oX tree YELLOW WAKI. aad wltr enttr.lv
tnpereed the Ua, orrtewejam.en.eeco.nl ( betag
alr-Ught and free frost ewroatoi or mst.
COPPER WARE. TIJ-WAHE.
General Iloaee FarilahiBf Establiaaaeat,
. a heretofore. Also.
8P0TJTIBQ AID TIN-HOOFISG
attended to st abort nolle. IOHX WOKK '
lAieseUv, Any at, )90 Area
AsftAykinu blood upos befog '
A i A liYZBD
always presents as wllb the seme essential lesrnti
aadrtveaofeoaraetheTlilIksTAinaKii . i. u
the Blood ol a person suffering fron Cwnnsiptlsa.
Uver Lerapl.int. Iiyspeneta, riv refute. sVe and w
nndlaevery lo.uneeeeruia.delclenetee la th rwel
global of Bloed . Supply these d neleseloe.and yea
are raade wall. Th BI.OOD POOO la fbaaded insa
ibis Theory fesBeeitaaetilsbingsnes-
. an suaenng irorn eoseesiptios, inelplerit v
rtaedl or frooi debility or any kind; er Ire is areatal
or aervoes proet ration kroogkt en by aay aanasn e
from acrofuloaa eoasplainu: er fears nieaaeae ef lha
kidneys! and to lad tea aufcribg aay of the tassy dta
ircMingcotaplatniBtnwbteh ibrlrseaare liable. a4
wmnm eogsBaee eueueiKpuoeu. U ateatl Fosdtsag
fared a a canals sad rerlaM rerardy. DMerlsgla
every partleiilat Irora tbe petenl adtelieef km eav.
Ilia a cheat leal eonetnetloo fins. sstphr aad
phoenhorua. of vr .reel worth. mmA ..
bear clad and cralelu' UeUsiv,av a i kauSu i.
eonferied oo thern.
we have changed th enlov at the Wrapper frat
Red to Vellowt and lb -lie of th Boul te ng.
Be cerefol ts see thai lb. Ike-aimila r. .iM
Icon tb ontalds wrapper.
frlce of th Blood food, (1 per bonis. eldkp -
gole nroDrietors. oa Bnilwe. VmX
nunun SI trurvnTj,
Ant JOHN ... PAHK. t - i
81'IBE, KCrtsTKIHACOi CltMlaastt.
BUKOSALdr BRO, 1 . TT :
B. SCAN LAN CO .
Tot sale bv Kaagraaa d. Cs. Iu. nt.1
by all respeeUble Urngcitis Ihrragbsat Iks eeuelry.
'PIr. Gollford ss be eon.alted at ear efflos (So.
40SBrosdwa)e)Uier ptrsoaally er by tettw.
Thomandi ar dally ipraklng In th pain f
I N T A N T I L E - C O R CM A Li
and whyf bscante Itaseevsfie Is wd OslaaUae
esersJis when given Is time. Uactaaatl bysiagis,
and ea trial areaa will eoavlao Joe that what
aay ia use. It sontals
NO FA HKOORtC iH OPIATE
of aay kind. snd therefore relieves by vsateefeg lie
mferiwrt ofyonrchlld. iustead of bv da.sele Urn
asaeiliilire. For this reason, it commands Itself ss
tbeaay rsUalfe prepsratlnb nnw known for Clffdrea
rteaig,DiaerAcs. .aln-y, (Vripivgrs !i g.w
tit.Miixtttf t !.c. Wtad. CeM in tit IPeaet
and Creep, also, for softening tbe gu uis. reducing In-
BHi,iu.,rce;uieung me ooweis.anu relieving jls
itbatao equal being an antl-tpasmodlo II Is uasd
wilb unfailing sucfera in all casus of Cmi.'iIm r
elAsrgts. As you valuetbe life and hoalthofyonr
rblldren.andwisb losavetbem from those aad and '
blighting con'cquencea which are certalr to result
from the use of narcotics of which the oiht,- reraediaa
for Infantine I'omplatuta are composed, take son
i... . nn k'n'nsw uhi.tiib ni um. ...
uu. ..... an . r- rn.i iii.b iun,'i.i.uii JOB
can kklv upon It ts perfectly harmless, and esc net
Injure the saoel delicate infant. Frlce.Meantt. Full
direction! acoonapany each bottle. Prepared only hj
Ko. 4U9 Broadway, New York.
Sold by CHURCH a DUPONT. Oraggisu.
No. 409. Broadway, Sew Yosk.
And all respectable Druggist throaghoul th conatr
Jan. try U, lotto 1)37
PIANO FORTES & MELODEONS!
S. S. FASSETT
in os-ealrif in tbU City, at ta
tfarker Wevwlng nacktlaa 0(rict
fOR EXHl iTIOy A. YD SALR l
tii celebrated Light and Bradburys, Ravin Baeeav
from lb Fartorlea ol . M Bishop. B. A. Jsw t sad
r.aar.1 A. Prince. We would aall the suantlos at
the citisens tn nor tight and Bradley Piano which has
the mttiml ' Iron Frarse and Ovei htrvng Maes.
This Instrument te celebrated for retaining Iu origin
al lout, and ut.t becoming hard and wlrary. which Is.
ao roucb dreaded by ihoae parehastsg Ftass Foele.
All iostninMHiM eoVd are guanuiurad. OUrUoss
tnken in exchange for new. " . .
Laaeastei, A uguat W, HW-l
A ViilaaWn Fantt for Sale.
riAH8snbeertbevofrerr.nl pevvata ears iimik
I BI.B FA KM. sbVMtte tn Watbingtos Towashla.
Pickaway rawii.vhiovikree and a half miles Kt
of CirclcvlrVstanil use self mile Nnrih of the Uaeas-
terlurnpik. Kid Faruveoeu'.u. Ml) scree -IU seres
jofwlMesiaiinnruveu. .. .u .
tJUOOvlTlM .U. Upon the Improved part ,;;S
TrjuaOooivrwo gToHV BRICH OWalJsiilL
i.ivn uoiisa -dnei-buildlne-s also of wrick. lwo
wells argoodwatee.syoung orchard of 110 trees ol
clwice grartsd frutt.aad sgood Kmse ftua'y.
ir.r..ir nartlculars. address or call as the !-
eerlbev.at Laneselsi. Must or bJKHIR I. MOKKIe,
earCirerevtns. unj i
Uucaster. ntaj 17, Be-raisT
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Inaaranc Nnd CtlleHaiaT AgTeaf,
' LANCASTER. OHM).
-f"h,FPir.R In- Ik it pi-"-"'
THSRKBYennonneero my sin"-
nnhllc generally, that I have re-opend my OLE
BRICK YARD, North of Lancaster, and will snnpl
Give your DAY,