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ajette & democrat.
CLABKE, KOOKEN & SUTPHEN,
O PFIO K
TallBMdK BlochThlrd Storf-to the
Left at the Uoad ol the Stain.
" CITY 07 LA2JCASTIB.:
OCT. 25, 1860.
ARRIVALS & DEPARTURES OF MAIL8,
At Laaocuters-B Ballroad.
Cartgolng Weal.. 11 J A. M.
Cart going Kaat 'I'S'
Accommodation going Wett 7 1 f
Tblt Train, on Jlaturday night, leyt oral "
lar.and reeumeslla trip on Sunday Evening as above.
Accommodation going East.. A.M.
Tbli Train, on Saturday night, leyt over at Lancaa
tor, and reaumeettelripoa Monday Morulug,aeabore.
. .. Bf Coacbeia
Tit Cot umbna ry day, except Sunday at I A .M.
Arrives at Lancaster P. M.
ToLngen,verydny,eoptBuBdejat.... A. At.
Arrlveaal Lancaster a. ...6 P. M.
Aocommodaltoneach day, arrives d parlaatlSM.
To Baltimore, arrlrea and daparta every Tuoaday
To NewSalem, arrival and daparta every Tueadny
To Clearport.every Thuraday eight, and roturnt
Friday night . . . .
To Carroll, arrives and depart! every Tuesday and
Friday aighte, at7e'eloc ' '
To Ra.k.ltlo. erery Tuesday end Friday at IS M.
end return aane evening,
tSSTThi complete official returns give
Curtin, Republican candidate for Govern
or of Pennsylvania, a majority of 32,092.
: i laal. .a i
Flora Tbmple and Patohin. The trot
between Flora Temple and Patcben, on
the 23d ingl., was witnessed by two thou
aao4 people. Patohen won the first brat,
Flora Temple won the second, third and
fourth. Time 2:29; 2:29 2:28. 2:30.
Theatre. Mr. Donnelly's troupe are
Btill performing nightly to good houses in
this oity. Theif programme for this eve.
nlng eon ists ol three new picee, as foi
lewa; fThe. MaiuiKJ Lover," -Poor Pil
liood4j" od ;Mrf & Mrs. White."-.
Lotsof fuaaadplerjty of UnghUr to-night.
a i' I,-.,
".'.pytttyq,, that excellent ladle's Maga
ajinf,. lor November has been laid on our
table. The present nvmberiS one of su
perior excellence. Peterson should find
a place on everybody's oentre table. It
may be had by calling on Mr. Billing,
hurst. If you wish to subscribe for any
of the Magazines, n w is the tiaie and
the News Office is the place.
Lambs' Homi Magazine We havfl
received this very Valuable monthly fur
November. It contains 25 pag'B of ex
cellent reading matter and 17 fine illus
trations. ' It is edited by T. 8. Arthttr &
Co.', and a published t Philadelphia, P.(
323 Walnut street. It is furnished to
anbtertbera at the low rale of 12 per year
in advance or four copies for $5,00. To
those who desire a monthly publication we
cheerfully recommend the "Laieb" Home
Magazine " For ealo at the News offioe.
' " Til Vote of Ohio.
We have at length the full official vote
of the State at the late election. The en
tire vote for Supreme Judgi amoun's to
412,704 an inirease of neaily 67,000
from last year. The majority for Brinker-
V . re i:L,1,t knliinit t1 root nf the
nun, wiw le oiigu'ij - - -
tfcfcet, la 13,004 oveT Smith, on whom
there was a complete fusion of the three
parties opposed to the Republicans'. The
plurality for liurrav, for Attorney Gener
al, is 25,278, and his absoluto majority
over the combined .Democralio and Un
ion votes, ia 16,638. Sargent, for Mem
ber of the Board of P'ubJio Works, has a
pftrrafity of 24,840; ami ar clear roajbrky
of 15,654. Theavetago Republii-an plu
rality ia 21,314', and the average majoiiiy
ever all opposition, 16,43$.
Wide Awaken at Circlevllle.
On last Tuesday evening the Vfiile
Awakes-of Lancaster turned out in full
strength to return the. visit of the Wido
Awakes from Circlcville to this ci'y last
woelc. A'0' extra train was chattered for
rheoocMioti, nod acar was crowded with
Wide Awakes-ftill of enlhusiam and good
feeling; i Ai the Circlovillo depot they
were reemved by tho Wide Awakes of that
evty and; several btlter companies, who
were visiting thfl' place that evening.
The procession tormed and marched to
Peck's H ill, preoi-ded by the CircUville
B'raBa-Baiid. whete ttiey. kttbwlhgrtho Re
publVoml party to be in that happy situa
tion, ill' vhich it ia'Safe to crow, played
"Out of tile Wilderness" with most de.
lightful'edphony. Next came a stirring
addrera from ou worthy Governor Deh-
niaon1, after which the procession was re
formed and matched threughlhff princi
pal streets-of the eirfr. There were about
four hundred in tho procession-, a-nd' with
occasional exhibitions of fire works, the
Diaroli was one ol splendor und triumph.
The Wide Awakes of Lancaster were then
eaeorted M an eating Saloon, where an oys
ter supper ei' been strved up for tlitm
in fine style, after which they were escort
ed to the depot, where tho companies
parted -well satisfied with the performanc
es of the evening.
M honor to tho Republicans of Circlc
ville though they were not successful in
die election ol their Congressman, still
they can exult in the wido extended vic
tories that Republican, principles have
gained elsewhere, and they have attested
their abundant joy by getting up a jubi
lant demonstration', alike cheering to oth
ers and creditable to themselves. Such
seal in so good a cause deserves a better
fate than waa their's at the late election,
but it cannot long go unrewarded.
. . AarBe- a. etreooa viouaitudd. General
Canaan who waa shot for invading Oosta
Rica, suffered his execution' at the' (oof
of the Tory monument erected to his hon
or, in the Plaza at Punta Arenas for' his
many service to the oountrj..
For the Gaiatta and liomocral.
The Etligy Bleeder.
Mb. Editok: In looking over the last
nuinleroftbe CAto Eaglt I noticed an
article in referenoe to the ratification meet
ing on Tuesday evening, of la it week
which, for lait lUi would almoii rival any
article that appeared in the notorious ex
tra Eaglo, issued some three or four weeks
ago, to abuse and vilify out noble Horton
Among other things, it says that a threat
was made that Mr. Martin would be burn
ed in effigy. Now I believe that to be a
tvlid Lotofoeo lie of the whole cloth and
nothing elao. What on earth should the
Republicans burn him io effigy for? What
harm did he ever do them ss a party?
Why, none in the least. On the contrary
he done us a gieat deal of good, and we
should bo grateful to him for it. By his
votes in Congress, be caused nearly two
hundred hones' demoorata. in Fairfield
county alone,' to cast their votes fur Hor
ton, they wishing to be represented by a
man who had the manliness to rise above
party diotation, and to vote tuo honeet
dAivictiona bf his heart, instead of being
nea uowq to a corrupt Administration, a
Martin wag. But as noor Charley baa re
ceived" his qu'ems from an outraged con
stituency, and is politically dead, let him
rest io peaoe, . fir the place which, has
known him will.know him do more (after
the oext session of the pietent Congress)
Another silly attempt to est a slur on
the Republicans, by atalini that a necro
barber shop, . opposite their offioe. was
brilliantly illuminated. - That is another
wilful He, for there was no more light in
the shop referred to, on that occasion, than
there is ever night in the week, not one
light more in the window at any time dur
ing the evening. . Fo muoh for that.
As for noise made that evening. I srness
we did make loirie, but nothing compared
with what Ave will make very soon after
the 0th of November. If eom of our boys
took an extra driuk that evening, we , beg
pardon of the Eagle man,' as we know he
never indulgei in anything of thai nature.
tH collusion, lot me say to (he editors
of the Eitgle, cheer apt do not grumble and
feel so extremely miserable as your sheet
indicates. Take it like tried and n like
whipped school boys. . You were badlv
beaten, it is true, but remember., at the
same time, you richly deserved it. and
tbat will take away some of the bitter stins
ol detest, start anew; take to teHin'g the
truth, and by so doing you will aitonish
the nalivHe, and also take the oldest inhab-
Uanit of Fairfield county by aurpriwo.
A WIDE AWAKE.
iSTThere ought to be some provision
made which will enable such persons as
cannot, (tnrough pecuniary inability,)
purchase Guernsey's Btlra, to procure it
and receive the benefit consequent upon
te application. This solgect is one of the
greatest importance, and some aotion by
the competent persons ffeems to be, at
this time particularly desirab'e'. Every
person ought to be able to enjoy this Mes
Lancaster, Ohio, Oct. 24, 18C0.
Yesterday, at about half past 2 o'clock,
P. M , a fie roe whizing sound, like the
rash of a mighty rocket was heard by tho
citizena of Lancaster. The impression
made upon the writer, at the time, was,
that H wa simply a sky rocftet, sent up
by the boys, as such occurrences hat! ta
ken place almost nightly in our city. But
in the evening, learning that the fiery
messenger had been seen, I called upon
Mr. Peters, of Kcts fc Keber's store, who
gavo me the following description.
Waa at the door Wheir the rush was
heard. The situation was south-east, at
an angle of about 4$ Jegrees. The ap
pearance was as a firery ball, of about
two feet in dinmoter. Its direction was
towards the east'. In about the time that
it requires a rocket to ruaoh its altitude,
an explosion took place. The body seem
ed to diffuse itself in vapory clouda, in all
directions, when a substance of the size
of two fists was Been dccentling, followed
uy a train'o. smoke. Was the phenome
non seen at other points? H. SCOTT.
From the Cincinnati Dally Commercial.
Edi. Com i In Zanesvillo we have
many colored people, who live by bar
baring and other light work. Thay are
for most part an or Jeily and quiet peo
ple, many of them being religious, hav
ing a church of their own, add' a sable
miutster, ot all of whiuh they are justly
One eold evening, in time of a great re
vival' in the churoh, this obony expound
er vfe doliveritig a powerful appeal up
on "Faith," the groans and sobs of his
hearers gave token of its effeot upon their
impressible natures. The tearsstood up
on his oW'n daik check, his voice quiver
ed like distant thunder, when' ho empha
sized his words by vigorous blows upon
tho trtbltf. In the midst of all this, the
stove, agitated by his jarring blows, roll
ed over on nio noor. Brother Lewtu, a
hiuh mnrrin the-church, had loCaled'bim-
ee'f near this comforter of ehins, he stood
irresolute when1 the Voice of his minister
came to him laden1 with faith.' "Pick up
de stove brudder Lewis, pick-up destovd
de Lord won't let it burn you." Brother
Lewis' mind waa nlled with' the mira
cles of faith be had tbat evening heard,
so he yielded to the appeal of bis preaoh
er, grabbed the hot stove, dropped it in
stantly, ana turning his nproatrhful eyas
to the deeoipls of faith, exolaimed "Tfo
. t3T The elections id' Indiana, Penn
sylvania and Ohio; demonstrates beyond
tho possibility of a doubt, the utter want
of strength ot the Little (Kant;' Tbe elec
tions show another laot, that be cannot
cot tho elcotbial'Tote of a single State.
North or South. Why does he not at
onoe withdraw' from the canvass?' Ifis
friends ' will certainly insist upon his
wiwarawfti not that bis remaining noon
the track will injure anybody, but to save
him from disgrace.-- WodfcrdK (Ky )
jrennant. . .
Hell and Errrctt la Ohio.
The Boll Evorett voto in Ohio, at the
election of tho 9th inst., was a little over
8,000. In 1850. Fillmokb hud over 28,
000. Loss, in four ywrs, 20,000! Those
figures show, what we stated months ago
(hat the party has no longer any real vi
tality in the State. Even as a balanoe of
power, it has ceased to be of any account,
the Republicans haring an absolute ma
jority of 15,000 over all other parties com
bined. The vote on tho 6th of November
will show a clear Republican majority
still greater, arid a plurality, as we believe
of more than 40.000. ,
The Ftiaion Fizzle.
The Statesman throws upon the Enquir
er the responsibility ol the late feeble fu
sion "gathering" at Columbus. The cen
tral organ sums up the rase by saying that
'the idea of fuaioa will, from tm lime
forward, be abandoned, in sofar as it has
reference to a new Electoral ticket io Ohio.
XyThe American prty in Baltimore
hie diesolved, and so many of its mernbors
are joining the Republicans that Bell and
Everett will probably lose the State. Bal
timore city, if tide to its real interest,
would shake hands with St. Louis. "
iarThe New York Times has a lepor1
of an able speeoh delivered by Gov.Cuasb,
at Goshen, N. Y., on Saturday last. He
bad a large audience, and met with a flat
Later from California and Oregon.
St. Joseph, Mo., Oct. 22. By the
Pony ExprosB we have California dates
to the 10th, and Oregon dales the 8th
Oo the flth inst, news reaohed San
Francisco by telegraph, that the Oregon
Senatorial election took place to duo form
and that J. W. Nestnlth, (Doug. Dem.)
wait fieetea.ior.ine long term, and is. .u.
Ikkcrt fRep yfor 'the ehort term; Mr.
BukCr is a non-intervention- Republican,
w,ith,yiewasJmnaVV)K)i Thayer. . .
: rThejnefjsiltrifiedtthe California Re
pdbnfearfs.WirJr bf w fiorri UfnV the 1 State1
can bo earried for Lincoln if.Mrc Baker
caft be induced to take the stump in Cali
fornia. ' i ('" ' " :
The Breckinridge Democrats are en
deavoring lo diraage the Douglaeities by
alleging there is a coalition between them
and the Republicans throughout the Pa
cific States, and that both parties will
unite next winter to elect a fusion Senator
from California. The campaign is pro
gressing, vigorously and the contest is so
close between Douglas and Breckipr'dge
in California, that betting men continue
to make even bote without hesitation, in
large sums. On the 8th inet. telegraph
ic communication between Los Angelos
and San Francisco waa inaugurated, and
was tho occasion of a general jollification
at Los Anglclo8. The line is to contin
ue Eastward on the Butterfiold route as
fast as the company are able. Th
Salt Lake line is also progressing East
ward from Carson valley. Both lin ja
anticipate connection with the great Con
tinental line recently authorized by Con
gress. Tho Brodcrick will, after a long con
test to prove it a forgery, has been admit
ted to probate. .
The Italians at San Franoiseo, eelvbra
ted Garibildi's entrance into Naples.
It was said the Snake Indians had mas
sacreed an entire Emigrant train, consis
ting of 46 persons, 19 or whom were men.
It took place about 50 miles West of Sal
mon Failn. Only one man esoaped.
, SOUTH AMERICAN NEWS.
New York-, October S3. Tbe steamer
Aeriel arrived this morning, with the Cal
ifornia mails of Octobor 1st., and over
8800,000 in specie.
There was a heavy galo at Buenos Ay
res on August 29th, during whioh the
British barks Crusuder and .Reciprocity
colli'eoT in the harliof and both sunk, eleven
seamen losing their livoa.
Many oilier vessols were driven ashore
or otherwise badly damaged, cliiofly for
eign. Two American vessels, the bark
Dawn and briif Volante, were damaged
I lie Custom Mouse was flooded, and a
large amount of foreign gooda. destroyed.
M-iny buildings wro washed away.
Bouco was deserted, the inhabitants
having all tcmovedin boats. Large quan
tities of hides, bc-ef, dec, at the saladers
and barracks, weie destroyed.
The United States steamship Crusader
Lad a short fire across her bows bv a
Spanish man of waif steamer, when Capt.
Moffit repliod by fiTinrr and hoistin? his
colors, and steaming down with his men
atquaiters, demanding what was meant.
It was a mistake. 1 Ive truaader looks
somowhat liko the City of Norfolk, and
Ittnce tbe misapprehension.
Important Irom Mexico.
We understand that letters of thehitrh-
est uuthority have beoh received in this
city from Vera Cruz, to the effect that the
Constitutional Government lifts not only
disapproved of tlie seizure of the great
oobdtiol of t?l,ri 5;00O, but ordered that
the money bo given up to the lawful
owners and that Gen. Degnllado bo de
prived of his oommantl and brought to
that oity, a prisoner, for ptinishmentf.
If this be true, and we have no leasbn
to doubt it, if will refleotf mbrff" oreidit oh
President Juares- than- Anything? he has
done throughout his long and borahle ad
ministraiioo, and seoure to him the
title he now enjoys, of being, the only
honest man iu the' Republic The seiz
ure' of the conducts- was a great outrage
and' all engaged' ih it should by held to a
strict accountability f N. 0. Pio. 17th.
SSWill Stephen A. Douglas withdraw
from the canvass? Seeing, as be and his
friends must, that he has not tho. ghost of
a'chande tor a single electoral rote, has he
the patriotism' to' decline- and give Mr.
Breekiuridgo the trabk the only candi
date who has any chanoo ef beating; Lin'
coin. Vetsarles (Ky)' Ptfnnantl
Estate ! Ir. U, II'. Bnw'ai
OT1CB ta boreby f Ivln jt, that thanndrilrned hoa
eooo appointed aixi amy quaimoaaa Aamimatra-
of Fairfield connty, Ohio.'
me csiaie ot ur.H.n. HKOwn.aeeoaaeu, lata
All peraone harlnc elalina
afralnat eatd Kalalo will nreaeot them for aeltlemant,
legally authenticated within one year and all tboaa
ludubted will make immediate navment to
October M, If 60-3W30-
The moet popular tune, since the pub
lication of "Old Folks at Home." in the
United State, ia the plantation negro m-l-oJy
of ''Dixie's Land." Tloughout the
Eastern States it is creating a perfoct
rore. It is played and sung everywhere
by brasa bands, string band, orchestras
and serenaders is whimled by ragged
urchins in the streets and hy caliopt-a on
steamboats, and forms one of the chief at
tractions in tho mueliial suireesof the par
During the visit of the Prince of Wal-s
to the St. Louis Fair, it was alteroated
with -God Save the Queen," "Yankee
Doodle," "Hail to the Chief," "Colum
bia," and other national airs of the two
countries. At the Into D jnglas demon
stration at Indianapolis, there wire eight
brass bands present, vieing with eauh
oilier in the performance of the "taking"
An amuing anecdote is told in regard
to it which happened lately of a St. Louis
theater. The orchestra played it, when
the curtain rose and the play began. But
the audience tveuld not listen. The cry
of "Dixlea" run. through the hoase from
pit to gallery, completely drowning, the
voice of the actor. He made several in
effectual attempts to te heard, and left
The old manager appeared, nuilmdwiih
anger, and in an excised voice exclaimed,
'-Gdntlemcn, What meant a'l this ill man
nered confusion? What do you want?"
Immediately a hundred voices cried out
"Dixie." "Well, you can't have it.
jou ve had "Dixie" once to-ntght, and
you'll have "Dixio" no more."
He retired to the green-room, aod the
actor again appeared. But it was no ne.
A deafening shout for "Dixie" met him
from the audience, and after stammering
and stuttering for a few moments, ho left
the Btage. Ihe curtain dropped, the or
oheatra played "Dixie," and the play pro
gressed without further interruption.
On the 30th nit., by the Rev. - , Mr.
JohkN. Funk of Putnam eounty, and
Miss MiODELiNg Breknimaic, ol Fairfield
County. Ohio. ' " '
On tho Zlsl of October. 18C0. by the
Rev. W.. Hastings, Mr. Thomas Jbicu and
Miss Cathartnb BucnAHAn; of Pleasant
lowpshfp, PaitHeld c6urify,'0iiri; " ' "'
Corrected weekly by Wygum t Lyons.
CofTeo !6al8o Sugat 10llc
Eggs 8 Molasses 00
Lard 10 Salt 82 00
Bacon 1012o Butter 12
Wheat per bushel $90 ($95
Flour per barrol, 84 765 00.
Corn 35o Oats 18c Barley 6065o
Fish per half barrel, White 95 75;
Pickerel, ?5 00; Bass 5 00.
Philaobi.phia, Oct. 23. Flour quiet
Wheat dull; white ?l,40al,4j; red 1,38
Corn quiet; yellow 73o.
Coffee, Rio 13JaI5jc.
Pork, mess $19 Csi; Baoon, sides 11
al 1 Jc, shoulders 9Ja Jo.
a i a.
Baltimore, Oct. 23.
Flour dull and unchanged.
Wheat steady. Red ?l,3Jal,40; white
Corn firm; yellow 67a70cj white 70a72c
Provisions dull and unchanged.
Coffee firm. Whisky, 22c, ,
NEW YORK MARKET.
New York, Oct. 23.
Flour, Sales of 1 3,800 brls at (5 30a
5 35 for Superfine State, 5 45a5 65 (or
extra Statu; $5 25a5 35 foi Superfine
Western, 85 50a5 30 for common to me
dium extra Western; and $5 80ao 85 for
shipping brands extra round hoop Ohio.
Corn Is a shade easier, with rather more
doing in part for export and speculation;
sales of 11,000 bushols at 69ja70c for
mixed, Western afloat and in store.
Oats In protty good request, without
material chango in price; 30a40o foi
Western, Canadian, and Slrfo.
LANCAKTKK LOIlOE.No. J7 Octobor SS1, ICB0
f'HAPTKIt, No. II 25
KSOAMPMENT, No. 9 3d
Oct. 11, IriGII. O. H TK1NMAN, Kecordor.
' TT. G. TROUT".
.Merchant Tailor and Clothier,
IN TIIK GllEKN BUILDINGS-
Uppoaite the Sbruher House.
Lancator, NoromborS, IB59 ly
nVIK nubile are hereby Dotlflod, ANNA MARTAH
FKiKIINAIIKH, wife of Joseph Priednauer Hfca
almndoned her liuabnnd withoutcauae. Feraouahiir
burinKor truatlne hor, will do an at their own rlali,
abo wlM nolbe reaponaible for hercontraotr.- ,- ,.
Ktpi,'Si,im-M:6, JOSEPH FKIEONAftER.
A Sue asaortinent of
Hymn Booti'of all kinds, and all kindi of
iAPEU -CAP, LEGAL, COMMERCIAL
and Note, of tho flnoat quality.
MEMORANDUM AND'PA'SS BOOKS,
and Conyhnotta nf all kind. A fine and new assort
ment of Portiiinriloe, Wallota, and Pocket
Hooka, very eheap.
of evory rarloljr, and cheaper than can be bought elia
whoro: iHoiriilliiK Tor I'lcture Frames,
of alt alxoa cheap!
atwaya oil hand, and WlNiJtuV' BLINDs; and a great'
which will bo ionTrery row for cash; :
IpPPlaasa call aad" artiirliw fol'yriniadire!' , ,
"J . . JOHN SBAIfLRS.
TrTr-.lf..Lron'l lorajo, in. p,a,i?v, vieaer.ftpw, uj
Mala Street, two duore West nf the Hue lib a; yaller
Bank, anil OPpoanr peerj m nuiuerry a urooory.
Unoaater, feept. I lWO Mif . ,
il m.nnji.nr Karmlr.ff irtenaila.eaeaaiBa.""
Painted and l rlmmed. andal klnflaorne-
lairliiKdoiie on anon
Abril 28, 1800 1U
oue on abort OOllca.
nAVINGioldaif Mieeker Ooodilo H.Vtiixuai,
'twill haraaftor be tonlacod In bia nana. I
would howavor (Ira aotlca to mr aianr frlenda. that
I ahall conduct tH. Imiincn aa hiaairoiit.aiid woald ba
pluud lo clra lliam (ood bargain,, If Ibuj will onlj
call aiid a&auiioa tbe Mora
OAjIIKt, GIK87, Agent.
Lancaalar, October M, leoo t'Jtf
if M t0S
3Pla.o IsaT. Moy
Biff Slock of Goods.
DEL AN EM.
CALICOES, , ,
MEN'S 8IJ0E8. i-rlH' j -r
YOUTH'S BOOTS -
- - YOUTH'S SHOES,
BR jWX MLSLIX 6, 8 & 10 CENTS
Paahionable Cloaka, all Prices.
HOOP SKIRTS all sizes and prices. Par
ticular attention paid to County Produce.
CASH PAID FOR BUTTER.
LYONS k SON.
Laacaaler. October 1B60 euf
rflHR LADIES or LJIXCJISTF.R aad VICIXITr,
are reapectrully Invited to call and examine raj
Stock of Dress Silks;
ui itiisc8 fjiirrord a Kobtnsou,
MAIN STREET, LANCASTER, OHIO.
Mv Oeoda have been talecled with tbe rrealeat ear
from the raoat faahlonable honaaa in New York, aad
eanuol tail to pleaae the moat fnaiidioae. A ahara ot
your patronara will be thankfully received.
uucaer,vci. it, :eou-i m. a. JmKJISOJf.
GO AND SEE
The Bank Exchange
BUTTEIIFIELI) 4 SHERRICK
H AVRfltteda Billiard Room In tbe 3d XlorT of
the RIFFOHU ai RTURGKON BUll.lllNO.
The Room Contains three Tablea of the flnat uinnn.
facture,eoabliiifr them to aceoromodate all who may
desire to while away tbolr leiture time. In aclenllSc
amuncaient. 1 hey respectfully request all toeall and
aee them. HUTrKKFIKLO dc SHEKH1CK.
Lancaster, Oct. 11,1880. Wtf.
GALLS THE ATTENTION
OP the Order-lovlngjChurck-ftolnir.Falr-allendlnir,
Jewelry. wearliit-, Time-obaerriua;, lw abbllnc
eltiaenaand tba real of woman kind, to his Improred
CLOCKS, JEWELRY, 8POON3,
Pens. Spectacles, Ac, Ac, Ar.
And in addition, ha gently hints that (quality and
price consiuereaj no rawer uiioaa no can fan tbe
market. Lanoaater, October II, IdtiO (Mlf
Pleasant Township Seminary.
riHB Annual Term of the Pleasant Tnwnahfp 8emW
1 nary wlllcommeneewith MONDAY, APUII,.lh,
a. ii. imii, and consist oHUweoke, divided ioloTh roe
Nossiona, aa follows:
NummorSesslon.from April thoSthto Jnnelha9Dlb
IPnil. Twelve weeks tuition, tb. Vacation 0 weeka, .
Fall Session, from September 3rd to Ncvembor23rd
1800. Twelve weeks tultioo. tli. No Vacation.
And Winter Session, from November IheMih. IRttO.
to March the Iftth, 1X01. Sixteen weeks tntilnna.ta.
TTrHoardlng will be fornljhed bv Ihe Principal at
'2perwook. JOSEPH FKKMAN, Principal.
Laucaiaer. March 33, 1BG0--1)47
SfttE 6F 10TS.
riHEiinderalened willofferat private sale TWC
I flHAUTIKULIlUILDINO 1,0 Iti, in tlie city ol
Lancaster.sltuated nearthe publlcsnnare.and knowi
asthe GRAND LOOG K LOTS. For terms, price. die.
I refer bidders lo Dr. M. 1. Brook, Now Kalera; Johi
IVfcCleUandjLancasterr theuudersie;ned. Lebanon
Ohio. H M, RTOKKS,
Grnnd VasterG'rand Lodge of Ohio.
. ii. sPRiNaiS
MERGE ANT TAII.0H,
Tallmadge Block, Main Street,
ALWAVson hand a alock of GOOHsiefthe
best nlTnlltloa. wlittfb he manufactureratb rirdpr
by exporjencod workmen. Alio, a larare aupply ot
rteaoy Mane uioiuina;. apru isi, iimu ait
t to 4 yeara old, of strong aeatthy growth, price from'
iu to l per ttiu. Also,,
Peach. Pear Cherry,
and alt kinds of smell Frultafn large qnantltlea. and
great quentlllee of f
Declditatis ETergreena', ajhraibbarf ,
Hoaea, Dalillea,I'lorerlDK Plants
Bulbsj die. All of large slie and
All are respectfully Invited t call and exaralna my
atock beforo purcbaalngeUbwhero.
. JOHN GfcAVKTT,
Lanssstor Nursory,Xancastr,0., Sept. 87, 1760-SS
SHOP ScoBtld Corier,Maln and Caluinbusitroota.
Lancaster, June 7, lnao IQtf
fllHK undersigned ogora his larm at private tale
I Said farm la si mated In PleasnhVtowrMltp, Fair-
..... e, It M... Kk.ui'.r
e Uncasser. and conslsuof STAt.cr7 A
T area In aalttvatlon and ten acrba'of tlmbar..
Tbe IninrovamenU are: an excellent Dwellliii Hnuaa,
a" good Barn, atid other oiiv' hniuea; a gooff Orcriani
and a nevvir' falling Spring orWalet, '( cpnfenlent o'
the hbuse jarTording; plenty of wafer for itoek, die. tot
aarllc'illara apply to lie aubacrlhar nn the, premise a.
0V78-4w. JRAIt' JBILtEir.
OFFICII Tallmadge Building, Mala Street. ,
. Lancaster, apUi:,t86U-!t!
. .' . - - If f
LEVY & BLOCK
BALTIMORE CLOTHING STORE
Xivy cC ll'JLeiwlc
ABK now receiving aad opening out tba LjiAOE$T
and f-AVlSTaMortineut of
READY MADE CLOTIIG,
IVER OFFEaXD M THIS MAIKST.
0 vc rcoals, DressCoats
PANTS AND VKSTS,
In fat ever; ertetf. oferery arll.le lo conplete e
beiiilenan'a Wirilrobe.Yrom the Duett down to tba
aju.taubftiauilalaud common apparel for
Tbejr alio bare a great Tirietjr of tlie BMful and
b-'ullful Thmailn.. Kecatlea. Jewelrr-Umbrellaa,
riatoUlliat never HiiaaSre. In truth, they have eve
rything to aull ever) body and pledge themaelvea to
6EU- AT LOWER PRICES.
than ever ilmilarartlclei were offered la ilia market.
Tkey rrlarn tkelr thank, in the good people of Ua
eaater and Ictni.v.forthe liberal patronegethev bate
hitherto received, and moatcordiallv invite ell u, viva
theme rail, eaamlne Hielr Good a and If they d.a't
huy. It elmat be tbe ranlt ef their Gooda. nor Uielr
pricee. Kverjlwdv kuwwa J.kt BlKk, and l.ui la al-
wutaonbaiid. October 1, lttoo t? if
From this date I will devote myielf prin-
. eioaUy to the , . ;
and "VVTLiXi SISLXj
AT HETAIL, AT WHJLF-SALB PRICES,
AND ALL THAT WANT BARGAINS
VTfV CsvnLi do Wku. 'io Sit X
GIVE HE A
" ef " l v j " ' r ,
Second Door above Cook House,-
Uaaaate r, Oct. 4, MW-7 JOSKPUJIeOKEA.
TF yow wast a Srat rate article of BSOWli HIT
1 uik at ac
a la jtorpioi
i4,a to MrCraa'a
ana el It.
f POUNDS of COFFEE SUGAR for ONE DOL-
V LAK at KcCllatA-H.
8Pwnnda of raehed or Pawarcd gra.
far for Uae IMIIar at ateCKHA'rt
rTIIT A CJthe BKSTIn market from $0 ceata to
1 JLIiLOtlparpoundat JdcOHEA'd
Six Founds ofltio Coffee at $1
MAITBV OYSTER t)EP0T
Where you can buy Oyatara. selected, for Fish IT
Oenla; No. 1, tterentr cla. por CAN at
TNURINA. Waclrorm, Flavoring' Extracts, nplceai
1 Colrata'a Toilet Soam.Picklea. Pine Annie. Wad.
B'it and TamUr Cnlaop, Citron, ParaCraaaa Tartar,
fhoclaier, am t racf vfery thing la tbe Grocery line,
win w luann eaaap rem n aaci;KBA'B
BUBKK'S GROUND APICES,' a Antiplata line,
warranted pure (and ihe only Rpicerrn tba rnar
.lerfoclly free frawadaltaratioa) can be found at
THE heat Clajnra aad Tobacco', la the
clty.canbefouud at McCKEA'H
GO TO McCREVSw7.,Vnof5t
RY LINE, and you will Had It tho fhearwit and the
best. Weeell for CASU or COOJfTRY PRODUCE
A LLwbr.porehbwJforC.lS7 will SAW MONET
r "iaynna In; MfCBKA'8
ibirfrer KaHd.lirwififnoA above Cook House.
Lancaster, October 4, lW)i;if
M. M. GEiS-WOID,
SITTORD 8c STURGEON EL0C2,
Opposite Tall.-nrice Uoaac,
LN CiLSTEtt, OHIO .
THIS IS THE OILY PLACE
where there Uerea an attempt made to prtxiaie
A First Class Picture
The ack.owledged merit of the Artist Is attested
by several SII.VEK MEDALS, (to be aeon at bia
rootna'preaenled b) lbs Ohio HUte Pair for Pictures
exniuiteu uy nnu. inose wno really desire none but tbe
: WILL KNOV7 WUERB'TO 60. .
X B. Post lively NO Pictures taken under 50 Cents,
atJTREMEMBER THE PLACE!
, SlrTord and Rlnigeoa Dlocb,
Tlilnl Floor back, opposite tho Tallmadge Honae.
Iwiucaatcr, October II, 1S60 S!Klf
Now is, tli6 Time
raXPKRIENCK.the beat of all proof baa taught.
uciouor is ina oeai nine to piqut J reoa In this
miiuiuo.u uQue property, lo thoao wanting large
i reea iov lae immet-iaieemnunianiaeai ijr tholr real
deucua, this l agood opportunity,' aawd KhveKver
greons, nnd others 3 to IU ferf Mirk. To such aa
want FHU1T TREKS, for early fruitliiir of the beat
desirable qualltlea, a rare ckiiice. is preiented, theae
i uii ouairuoie sixes, anu are or our own raising, aud
mv eutia niuaiiT proven nn oar speci seen iraoa.
Flowtri.l Shrub, ami Roatt 'at every klnii.
We cultivate and "Jtsep a" aa nsual every desira
ble thing In our tine, altliuiigh . IjHreHtd agents
anu vvuer. nv niHseininaieu inai,our nursery nas
-ran ,.- vn nppi j, we wouiu eajr hi our rriennsana
me puniicwe irave acresni frovja ir, (not nouna
up In cata'bjllins only.Vyet to dispose of, aa aad, and
the eonnrrr ran boaslof. Cor
ik; Oct. 4, 18CU-3wl'r S. O
Of COL VITIUUS, OHIO,
rpHR RrtorjLAR fall and winVbr SESSION
I offh'lf Institution begins on the lslofOctobvr and
will continue until April 1st. 161.
THKCOUKfvK OF 8TUUV eiwlwces Single and
DrtiMeKnily Bobi Keenlor'ai aailia to over a fly
different branoliaa of trade.
Plalu aud Orunmcntal VVrlttnK.
Cbmrnertlal Cafcnlationi aad Arltltmet'lc'.and art the
variowaranaisltna lo acomplct bushfeas adooatlon. .
Taaaa. rullioiv,40. Board from Sto'7. Total
eo aboaHTr). . ... , ,
NO VACATlfrri ! yexr roaafl:, ,.,
KagnlarStudanta revtew at plaaaure.'
For full particular, address McCOY CO.,
MatrbH.lHftu tf Proprlatora.
S- lJa CCD. TSTm
-1HAR1TY LODGB, No, 7, meeU every Monday
Sd and 4h Tkoraday Bvanlngs f
Uacaiter.apttl ia, tw-au '
ENT, No. 3ft, maata
HXSr AND CHEAPEST
AURW AMD VAI.CABU MaCHlNK WHICH
only aeode aiaralnatloa to be anlvanatlv u.
proved, aa It la mora aimple, diirabla, aaall; 1 earned
and operateit, aod la
EQUAL TO ANY. OTHER
POH ALL PaUli.V.PURP08SS.
Urge Maehlnea for Manafacturtng porpoaea tanii
libed. Callandaaa, GIKsKY'a ULOL'K.fuur doora
Meal of Hocking r-allev Rank.
C. r. FLOWERS, igawl,
At THB PABKER SKW1SO MACHINE OPF1CB
Hpreparedio eieeateatl oritera forMtBRN MAB.
ISO. arter the lateai atylee. Alao CLOAKS anJ
MANTILLAS, eut and made to erdar.
Lancaatar, Aogaat it, les if, ... . ...
7aJly human Blood apODtafn
A IaY 7aT1W
Ilwayipreienlana with Ihe eame eaaeatlal elrinenta.
and clvea of courae the THUK HTA NJUa K 1). Analyaa
the Bloiyd of a paraon auferlint from Conaumptton,
Liver Complaint, Dyapepiia, Saaofula. At,, wid
endlRevery In-lance certain, deflddftriei In ill a led,
globulea of flfood. Supply tbeae dt rleleaelea. ana yoa
fro made well. The HI.OOii FOOD ia founded upon
thliTheory hencelta aaloniablng aucaeae
To all auSerlug from eonaumpiinu. Incipient or eon -Irmedi
or from dehliity of any kind; or from uantal
or aervoca proatratlon brought on by any eauae; or
from acrofuloua complaints or from diaeaaea of tba-.
kldneya; andio ladlea auffering any of the many dia
Irculog eomptalniatowhicb tbi-iraexara liable, and
Which engender aonaumpllon, the Biroo rood iaoi
(eredaa a eeruln and reliable remedy. Ulffrringln
every partUutai from the patent medlelnaa of tba day,
ilia a enemical eotnDiiiauuit oiiron, auipaur ana
phoaphoraa, of vary great worth, and many hondreda
bearglad and gralalu1 teallmouv the beueflia It baa
conferred on them... .
We bava changed the color of the Wrapper1 front
Red to Yellow; and thaUe of tbe llottle to Soa.
Be careful In tep that the fae-eimtle of our aignatarW
la on Ibe oolalde wrapper:. - -Price
of the Blood Food, SI per bottle. Sold by .
fiHUKt'H A linpOST,
Sole proprlatora. 409 Broadway, Kaw York
And JOHN li. PA KK, . .,
ao IKR, VCKHTKIK t CO.J. ClKlaaatt.
BUHIIHAI. BKO , )
E. HCANLA5 CO . . )
Por aala by Kanffmaa dt Co.,' Lancaatar, Ohio, and
by all raapeculde DraggtatatbioagboatUwcnuntrT.
Tr-pDr.tiullford can becon.ulted atonrofQca (rfo'
400 Broadway) either peraoually or by letter.'
Tbouianda are dally tpeaVIng In the palte af -I
.. ' DR, EATUSU !
and whyT bdcausrit intftMl ti ftri fiifaala.,'
win when jivea Uttaa.. 11 actaaa :r by saalof
and trial aaaa win coovioce )ou that what we
aaytelme. It eoutalna
HO PAItECOBIC OH OPIATE
ofaayklud.and therefore rHllevesby rtm.inf tXt.
ttrmf-t ofyoarcbitd, luakwd by Waaaar i$
or u. is rKou , u eouimesKia ,iair aa
preparation now k now u for Ckildr.n
alt.AcUU. U Amrl, nixd, C'ldi .ad,
ana Cm?, also, terronermig tne gnms, reooeingtn-
Damaiion,regtiutmgtne Dowera.ano relieving palBy
it has do eoal being aa anti-apaainpdte rl ta used:
with vafailiag aacceas In all cra of C...l.4. ef
.tktrFitt. As yon valaethe life and health of vour
r blldren,and wish to eavethem from thoee aad and.
blighting eonteaneiicea which are ttrulr to reanlt
frnui tba aae af narciticaef wblcb tbe otbtsremedle
for Infantine Complaiiits are compos"d, take none
but DB.KAT0.V,1NPA5TILB COROIA U tbta you
can aatr upon JtH perfectly trtrniHU., ana. cannot
Injure the uroat (fellc'ate Infant.., Prtcc.SSoenta. Full
dlrectlona aceonipauj each bottle. Prepared only bf
iniiBuii or utru.j,
. .., ... No. 409 Broadway, New Tork.'
Sold by CHURCH A l)CP0NT,.Drnggisla.
!lo.4W, Broadway, New York,
A nd all reapertable OrnggrtTthnughoutlhe eountr1
Jannary 18, li-rjb ly37
A. BRENNEMAN & CO
HAVE REMOVEiy TltEtB!
THREE DOOB8 WEST FROW
KEARl.T OPPOSITK IKB!
Wbtrthftjr hare mRile eTtnftfr tdditlrtnslo thtfk
former itock, and would call ihe Wentlou of all Book
buyer to their Urge and exteuiveaaiortmeat of
Books and Stationery,
Which IheT otTt'r for nale nt ettreme.T low prlc tri.T
Tho narilculrraUitiun of CUUMttV MhKCilAaNTS
is called to our largo block of
W'o'w'ui furnish thenr wiih- School Bonks, Blank';
Books and Paper at a shall advaaoe ou Eastern autt'
Cincinnati wantaaai a ran is". , . , A'. B. dk CO.
Iwcaaler, tieptemb.r -iU, teoiMtr
VALUABLE FA KM AT , .
PUBLIC OR 1MUV I E SALE-
THE undersigned Execntnrs'nf the estate of HeWy
Arnold, deceaaad, will offer at publicaale. (If not
aold before at private sale) at the Court Hauae, Id'
Lancaster, Okie, tho
2 till Day cf November Xeit.
at'l o'clock P.Jf tbi Iarm befongfrlg In aaldeaule,
.consistlht of about I HO Arret) adjuMng ih. Farm
:oriamuel Shaeller and X. Wlest,ia Grtrolideld town
all I p, Fairfield county, Ohio. . ...
The entire tcact Is choice farm land, cncloaed In
good fences. About M acrca nfihe name launder cul
tivation; Ihe balance la very good, timber land. wl,h
running Water through tbe same; the Itnprnveerente.
aroa Large Log Dwelling House, good'Barn and oth
er out bulldjlig;' .... 1, .
Several Never Failiiwr Springti.
close to the house; a good APPLK ORCffXir'aiid a
number of other rrmtlreet are ou uie piatr.
' For further particular applf to
O. B. ARNOLD. ML Vernon, O.f rtmrnll. .
B. F. RINDMUN1). Uneasier.O.) OKf.
Lancaa'or, Uhto, Sept. 13 lw.-
TMME1IATELY rcntovea or prevents Inflardation"
I from, the worst Burn Scald, Bruise, Fracture. Cot
or freah wound of anj kind, and lie healing naallly la '
truly wonderful. For Neuralgia, Rheumaliem, Agua
In tha breast Saltvheanv, FroatedFaet,ChilbUtna-e.,-
II it tbe beat appllralion known. Itprerbntd awelW
ing, pain' or Irritable from Mosquito bites, be stings,
pol.onous planla, Ac. wB aertalnlf ehrh Croap,
when taken Internally, alee-Sore Throat and httaraa
nesa. S5 oenla' a tMittte. Wt aala by nfukghla and
Storekeepers, TRVIN oTONH, SolCfroprteror, No.
1. Spruce Street. New York BepC'iO.tJW-lriS
)difB.iraaTi. F-i.twrna.- c.r.aaT
Alain Street, Latacatater, Oklo.
iOOLT) AN0 RtLVER BOUGHT AND RO
XSIgbt Exchange on tha Baet (or tale la!
allowed oa Depoatte: j
rorvudeyaaitneraie oia per cxt.n,riiRnv
amoatha" ' 5