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-- -n I. , , ..i . KDITOKM MOHUITOKM. i ii OFFICE Tallaadsr BlackThird Sterrte tha Let! ' Head at th stairs. CITY Oy IASCA8TWI: THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1860. Our Weekly. -We oommenoed the publication of th Gazette Jb Dtmocrai, with the ambition of making it ttcond to do oounty piper in Ohio, in its literary end reading depart ments, aa well as in its mechanical ap pearance. We flitter oureelres that we bare made some improvement; but muoh yet remains to bo done. The duties are more onerous than those unacquainted with the newspaper publications are aware of or thaa we ourselves had conceived of. We now say to our readers, tbat we shall before long receive an entirely new stock of news type, which will very much im prove the cleanness and distinctness of the print. The fourth number, and in all time to come, the paper upon which we print, will be far superior to what iho Gazette lias formerly used Republicans, and all others, help your County papers. They need it. Fibi. Too residence of Mr. Beat?, (late editor of the American Demoorat,) and formerly known as the Renshaw prop erty, in East Lancaster, was, on Friday last, entirely destroyed by fire, together with a large portion of his household goods, including the most valuable por tion of them. . The die was first discov ered about 3 o'olock A. M. Mr. Tuos. Broomfield ocoupied the house with him. lie also lost most of his goods. The or igin of the fire was unknown, Mr. B. informs us that his library alone cost him near 8500, and that his entire loss will be about $1000, with no insurance. While he expresses his sincere (gratitude to those who came to his assistance, he wishes us to say, that his pecuniary lueses are not so great, as to require material aid, other, than to colled what is duo him in the way cf business. The loss is peculiarly unfortunate, as it is the second lime lie tuis been burned out within seven years.' The Farmers Fare. Under this head, we published an arti cle two weeks since, which we are told contained some things not complimentary to our friend woo cultivate the soil. The article was clipped from an exchanga and published by us nnder the impres sion, that it in some way treated of far mers affaris in a proper way, and was it closely read by us. We sincerely regret that anything should have found its way into our columns, that in any way could give offence. And though the responsi. bility is upon us, we ask from our road ers that forgiveness which we feel entitled to receive, assuring them that we shall try to mend our errors as we grow oldet. Editors do sot by any means write all the artioUs that appear in (heir papers without a name, though they are respon Bible for them. We do not intend to wea Ty until we produce a literary journal to tirely acceptable to the public. Removed. Rev. Jchn Waqsnual las removed from Lancaster to Circleville.and is settled in the Evangelical St. Peters oongrtliaiksn of that place. Mr. Wagenh&ls oame to Lancaster in the year 1829. From that timo to the present, he has hJ the pastoral caro of ' tlie first Lutheran Church in this city, with the exception of two or Ihvee years, which he spent near Lithopolis, in this vranty, . During hU 30 years residence here, he has inadu a very largo circle of .dented friends, who will , deeply regret his transfer. We have not been advised who will succeed him in the congregation which he 1 leaves. The Cfcarleatoa CoaveaUoa. - The newt from Charleston, since our last issue, are most intensely interesting. Strife and contention have been the order ol the day, and nothing as yet has been brought forth save discord and oonfusion. The "great, glorious, united, and harmo nious Democaaoy" have stumbled at last upon principle, and find themselves as wide apart as the cast from (he west, and their waters heretoore so placid, as tur bid at a stormy tea. The "wax" of spoils was found insufficient to quiet the waves or abate the storm. The "Ship of De mocracy," so boasted of in times gone by, has gone down unable to withstand the "tempest and wave." On Saturday last, after five days of bit terness and strife, fruitful iu nothing but discord and gas, the report of the minori ty committee on platform was adopted by a vote of 165 to 138. The report is as follows: Resolved, That we, the Democraoy of the Union, in Convention assembled, hereby declare our affirmation of the if so lutions unanimously adopted and declar ed as a platform of pi incipls by the Dem ocrat in Convention at Cincinnati the year 185G. believing that Pemoci alio princi ples Ufa unchangeable in their nature whin applied to tlio same subject mutter, and we recommend as our only further resolutions the following: That inasmuch as differences of opin ion in the Demooratio party as to the na ture and extent of the powers of a Terri torial Legis(uture, and as to the powers and duties of Congress, under the Consti tution of the United States, over the in stitution of slavery within the Territories. Jitsotved, That the Democratic party will abide by the decision of the Supreme Court ol ihe United states over the insti tution of slavery within the Territories. Resolved. That it 18 the duty ol For la OtaotM and Demecrat. Hessim. Ediiohs: Your last number reached ut here in the Northern end of our oounty. and the people who inleod to interest themselves, at the coming election, are glad to know that they hive an organ, through which the truth will be published, and the interests of the Re publican party upheld, and to that end, are determined to take the paper, and thereby hold up the handa of the editors. This should be the duty of every one, for how can you labor without encourage ment of that kind. Our plan here is to get up a club, and each member tub scribe tor the Gazette fc Democrat. So every district should do. A lively inter est would be created, and the principles of the great Republican party be fairly understood. Let not the paltry sum of the subscription be an object. Republi cans every where, remember that the en emy aro up and doing. If the masses of the paity cow in power are ignorant, they are smart enough to understand political organization and party drill. They are not only such as talk about certain principles which they uphold, but the so styled Democrats reach into (heir pockets and take their paper, or the pa per of their party. To that portion of the Republican par ty, who feel ak if they were still old line Whigs, I have but to say, show your Whig principles, by fighting your ancient enemy. The great issue is the extension of Slavery in the Territories, or not. The Democrats advonate its extensioo; the Re publicans oppose it. Here is the point! Upon this point turns (lie destiny of our great country. Give the South the bal- JfyOur young friend, TJ. O. Roma, will accept our (hanks for a handsome copy of his "JCey to Inttrett" at 6. 8, 7, 8, 9, and 10 per cent. It is a work that has long been needed ard it invaluable lo trery business man. We cojiy the fol lowing highly rommxndatory notice of it from tlx Si. Louis Republican: Key to Interest. A new, eay, and infallible svsiem of computing interest on all sumo and at uny rate per ceut., from one day to U tear oy V. u. nuiier, Appiega:o $ Co., Lin cinna:i. We think this work not only rorreul bnt readily comprehended, if not the kbit tystmfar omnutino merest extant. It will be a useful book f r convenience and saving limp. Every person ihuukl Imvt a copy. It is gotten up in a neat ,'yU, ana at a tow prM.avgutt, 1 859. FiBt. The frequent occurrence of fires, under mysterious circumstance, should elicit a general inquiiy into the condition under which spontaneous com bustion sometimes takes place, and at all times is likely to take place. One of the conditions it known lo exist in cotton cloth, saturated with inflamable oils, which may smolder tor hours, at,( then burst into flame. It would Le a highly important subject for chemists to direct their attention to, and make the result of their exper ments known to the world. " iErjc ittcukcts. the United States to afford ample auce of power, and monarchy will ensue! and complete protection to all Its citizens, Aristocracy is emblazoned on their ban al home or abroad, and whether pativeor ner; it pervades their iqstitolious, and is foreign born. ...... o . ... ... Iholr rAhrrlnn "Resolved, That one ol the necessities " 6 . ... of the ago, iu a military, commercial aud are great truths ana serious .acts; postal point of view, is speedy communi- the people must know them, and the only cation between the Atlantic and Puciuo ,vnv in know them is to take the Daoer. Slates, and the Democratic) party pledge Friends of the Republican principles, act such a oonstitu'.ional enactment as will .... . ,, . . , , , insure the construction of a railroad (o the ,n 1,1,8 ,nauer' ,a" Jour u Pacific coast at the earliest practicable pe- get them to subaoribe for the paper which advocates true principles, and is besides a vehicle which conveys to them the cur rent news of the day. 'SEiNlA. Lithopolis, April 29, 1800. riod. ''Resolved, That the Democratic paity are in favor of the acquisition of the Is una of Cuba, on such terms as shall be honorable to ourselves aud just to Spain. "Resolved, Tbat theonHOtraentj ofState Legislatures to defeat the faithful cxecu tiou of the Fugitive-slave Law, are hostile in character, subversive to the Constitu tiou and revolutionary in their effect." From California 1st Nine Days. St. Joskph, April 30. The Pony Ex press, due here on Friday, the 27th iust., .1 ? ,1 , ! a 1 1 1 llil'a nnn AWInrf ft TT . i i ,t U U UUb ailiTO until lino ijuuii, vtiiul iv Upon the adoption of th.s platform ,. . ,B - ... . gide -1 O....I O... J o o eieveaoi tuo ouumern cubic wuiiurow ..hnnrrnrl. The Exnress left San irancis- from the Convention, and the remaining coon the evening of the SOih inst., com four desired time to consult befure further inff thiouffh in less than ten days By l.i i.i o . it ..: participation i the proceedings of the ".TcUZ C' Convention. Li., rr-i,. prnraa. hrmitrht ess Ltura The resuh will be two platfoims and U private telegrams, md a large summary two nominations. Ihe South will pre- of news. sent a slave code platform and out in nom- s" Fjunciboo. Aprii 20 -The steam inatiun, fur President, Davis, of MissiS' sippi, or Dickenson, of New York. The North will nominate Douglas and run him on the platform above. This, of course, is an end of the Demo cratio party. The honest men of the country will thank God for its disruption, jtS? A citizen of Lancaster visited ihe studio of Mr. Jokes, the artist, and on viewing tie bust of Hon. T. Ewiso, pro nuunced impromptu the following Apoalropbe. Tbara itandalhs nobis Seuitor mldrt all tlit taor. Of patrloU, uteinan, Jeiulit- be li .hit conn lr)' bout. Is Umlls where Juitlce dwolli lUal nobla butt pro claims, la living form iit jrealoeii and tbn arllit't fitne, LANCASTER MARKET. Corrects vetlcly by Wyyum A Lgmi. CoOeu ICJo Sugsi 103llo Egs 8 UulttMi 60 Lard 10 Salt II 75 Bacon 810o Butter 13 Wb(U per bushel 81 80(31 C5 Flour per barrel, 16 t8tJ 60.' Corn 40o Oat 35.'. Barley 70s Clover Seed 84 25 Potatoes 40o Dry Apples 81 SO Dry Peaches 83 XEWYORK MARKET. New Yobs, May I. 1860. Flonr without impir ant change, and ill ) rlomxnd is confined chiefly to the ira mrdiaui want of tin. home irnd; sales at $6 40& 43 super State. 85 6o56 00 oonirnon to nil'1., exira do; 88 I66 25 shipping brands Ex. R. II. 0. cloiing stand;. Whiskey dull, sales tt 22. Wheat dull and heavr, til t st 81 25 $1 27 for Chicago Spring, 81 291 32 Milwaukee club, bli ppe-s are holding off: sulos club 81 33 White Western f I C2f; ivrr tiaiet, oo cenis. Bmlev pli-tity ami hoavy, sales at 7lu. Corn nuiot, acd prices without striking uiimge; sales at irom TJ to edc. Uais p.enty, dull and hetvv; les 42 43 t Western and Canada; 43fa44 Hue. cutter dull and unuhaninid: lU(2lfij,fur Ul lo; irnc. lor State. Choese steady, at 1012c. Coffee iteady at 12 1 4JC. for crJioa ry lo prime. augur The rainy weather lias material iy mterruptea business, winch is very liiflit Sles Porto Rico at C7c, and uuba Uuscovauo at C(g7o. TOMD BIGGIES, April te, law ut rriHIS tnatuUaa ka ktu ua iia la I d f Uirt rD(ik ilk, iuisrtiicf asd pro rM. dJJInr all rallabla arail afactos. adiiraaa.'-UTaniilla WatarCar. IJklaa OaiatT. Oklo." W. W. B.RCRorr.M.n. hUMUtaa. April !- l.r.WX. t.LkWU.Praprlalor, SftidFtOT8. rraf"t"Mlrod rlllWrat prlrautal TWC I BKAUTIfCLHUII.OI.ao I.OTlt. la tha tty o. Laara.tor.alliolaJ aaana paUlcMttan.aa toowi ai ilia OH AN 0 LOIK3 1 Ll X. Par urma. urlta.fte. i rararkidscralo ur. Ji. i. aroca. sw Kaian: J oh l MrClallaad.LaaeaaMrrUeaadartlriiad, Uaaina Uhlo. H M. ArOHRH. Orand MaaMrOraad Lodf alOkit. MASONIC CALENDER REGUI.AU MKETINGH: LANCASTER LODGE, So. 57 Mitt.lSCO itiArir.K,.ii. i KSCtMPJdEXT, 5o. April 19, Itm. U. STKINMAH. Kaeordtr. er John L. Stephens sailed for Panama this morning with 81,382,783 in treas ure. Trale the pant ten days has continued very dull, with few fluctuations in priocs. The first I'ony lixpresg, wun filegraph- io dates from Atlantic) cities, April 3d, rr ached the Ulegraph station in Carson Valley at 2:20 1 . M., April 12, whence 5TVe had ike pleasure, en Sunday . last, of attending divine service at tho Stale Reform Farm. This institution, un- . der the excellent management of Messrs, Hows and Davis, has becomo all that even the most ' ardent cculd have wiehod for. It bus seldom been our lot to pee a more cheerful or smiling Bti of youthful faces than we taw there. A visit (o the ' Farm will richly repay all who feel dis posed lo witness the workings of the In. . aiitmion. , Our word for it you will find the managers true gentlemen in every re. . spcol. : - Imfrovxuxnts . We notice that Cubist. Rudolph and Josxfu Work, Sen., two of 1 our old and respectable citizens, are pre paring to erect new residences, which Y wilt at onee make ' their family quarters more comfortable, and add very much to the appearance of our city and itSBuburbs, Mtv Rudolph' building will stand !n the place of hit former reeidence on Main ' Stret.and Mr. Work's new residence will "' be bri his Out lot, immediately east of the "Qree home." Tho foundations are be . iog laid. , Wt hope io sea mora such moves. . , i . . regretiog only thnt there are fragments the news was telegraphed to San Francis left of so base and corrupt an orginiza- co ana puDiisnea uie same evening nex- ... .1 ii-nii ilia nowti rininir Olilv ninA Anva frnm Uon. It is usoless to surmise as to the 1 . J . ocean to ocpan. result of this disruption. Tha ereRl foat crcaieJ unbounded on- Tho South will doubtless rally round (husiasm. its favorite doclrino, standing as a unit for Tho Expreesencountered serious obsta- the candidate who represents the interests tlcs crossing ine moumains irom uarson - , . i. rl xj r lauui bijww navniu nuuuuiuiuiuu oi inair P0U.. ...3u..Up. wi.no iua .,.,., doe- A narrow mula rmli Imd northern Democracry, with no promise of been opencrj nd thin was entirely occupi- spoils snd no hope of success sectional d for miles by paok trains on their way in locality and absurd in measures, divi- from Culitornia io tho Washoe miues. dod sgainsl itself, will gradually dwindle The ExPa rier w8 comPp.lle J d!a- J mount and break a path around each mule, away into nothingness. . CRUrtin!, Beverai i,our. geuv He We by no means justify tho southern readied Placorville on the 13th, Sacra- extremists in their foolish and unreasonable mento at 5:30 P. M., the same dav, thence I a l a rt W V. demands upon the question of slavery in proceeuoa lo &an c ranoisoo Dy bteamcr, . . . m, wi arriving at 1 A. M. on ihe 14th. the territories. Thoy nro unreasonable or c.aa ik,, ;, t, i 1kiuillwiiuvuo vviwuiwitvun luua, piuuci Ot : overv town ihrouL'h which the nonv nana- thank themselves f jr it all. Willi the ed. hope of power for tho sako of spoils At Placerville guns were Cred, spceoh- .... ' I as tv-ia,1n mimln Kir all ta katirla atnM they have yielded to the South; they have "" "i , "'""6 ,,,.; . , . J , of flagB, and general hurrahs, defended them in all their measures; they At Sacramento iho Legislature adjourn have aided in the development of their ed in honor of tho eveut. The streets dootrins to its culmination; they have were draped with banners, the ladies given ihem aid and comfort, place hrongea me oaiconies ana mousanas power, ineyueipca uiem io repeaj (h fc wMoh lhe poi.y was expected to Hie JUissoui i compromise, tbat slavery pa8i. Ashe oime galloping along follow might extend its area; thoy decided thai ed by a wild cavalcade of meu wbo had slaves weie property, recognised and pro- gn8 out on the plains to meet him, the tectedby iho Constitution of the United city echoed with iherioging of bells, c. -, i u- . i .i . .v boomiug of cannon and the long contlnu- otaiee, auu n . io oa upaguu vua!, mo ed rauliUl(e. South should demand tho legitimate fruits Xbo demonstration was equally enthu of all these things that they be protected siastio and more imposing when the Ex- In their rights of property in slaves dur- press reachea ban t ranoisoo. lueoity ing the territorial existence. " IU ? by. - xnreii, a torah- . Iirrlit. nrnp.Aaainn waft fl.irman thA militaru LATEST. companies were out and the pony was Oub City. It is gratifying to seo, at this season of the year, our streets filled with our fellow ciiizens from lhe country, and our business men busy waiting on their customers. The manufacturers al io, of our city, appear to be extending their efforts. All 6ecm to le busy, and httvo enough to do. If 'we were to ad vance an opinion, we should say that Lu caster is coming up. 'M i aa. ITThe Rev. J icon F. Rbinuund, who has been fr several years pastor of th English Lutheran Church in this city, has accepted a call to the First English Luther an Church, in Bellcfonfaine, Logan county, Ohio, lie leaves 'his charge here, earl? 'n the present week, and will enteral once upon his new fit Id of labor. Tux Tallmadob Bl'ck Pais. As an indication that the business in the Tall madge Block is flourishing, we rvfl-r to the tact, thai Sir. ialluapgb is just now extending some ui lhe rear buildings, by the erection of extensive brick additions, to be used for warehouses and other pur poses. JtarSey's "Parisaia Polish, or Black- tay," for sale at D. J. Gizsy's, is sid to be the best thing of the kind now in use It certainly gives a splendid and durable polish. Cull and try it. JLa Glim TD HT ftHARITV LODGE, So. 7, nosu arcrr Jloodij i Evenlnr. HOCKHOCKI.O EKCAMPMKKT. So.W. meau 'icJtnd alb miindoT Benlneln aaca monm. uuoaatar, aprii li, levi in Railroad Election IlaBJaAaHUNTCrS peAuaa in -DRUGS AI20 f.'EDICIilES,' SfcwffarCfafr, Ufaier, Ohl. Wl kar aa (tted.far r',, kl aat t laaMde , , ra-a, HaAlalaaat tValaita, Olla, Dr iaf(, rtwt Baallaii"" . rraralaaUnlalaatrMCrUaaaetAVO.. I a additlM Uw tarn, k aito a akoiM ad) Mlatd wsk of tsikrarlaa aaartr rt artul aamally kapl la ra ull (tnwarr KawUUakaMai, Taall al akkk ran apatirall) lBTttalaalWaltaa a(tk punnawra. , 3. 4V J. A- ktUSTCS. . ) Uaeaor,kMli,iet)-a;ir , BARGAINS! BAKGAINS.' TNBStrxblioldarcorthe Cincinnati, Wllmlnrtoii and Zaneville Railroad Company, are hereby noils U. to meet at tha CI I1 KT HOUHK In lhe Oil V OP I.ANCAN'IKK.nu tha lllli dur ut MAY uot, to elacv Directors for the emuiug 'eir. Ur wraer or tne ootr.i. JOKL RAOF.BADGB.StereUry LiDcastar. April nil, looo-Jwa Court of Com. P)pa, Falrfleld Coanlf, O MOSKS TH0MP805, ) ' it I Pctltloa far DItok MAL1KBA THOMPSOB. ri'HEabora kfalUa Tkompaos. (k la a aoa-ral- I dunt of aaid coualv.t will hrht ikm nml.. Uint aald Htnb Thompioo Ibli day SletTls uid Conn bla certain paiitioa. uraylar to t dirorood ,'ron aald Xa llnda Tnoiot,nm and ll- for eaaae.a wilful ak- atare la tha partof aald Mallnda for mora than three jeareiaetiaeu juhj (.. KAt.ttr, Clerk f.C.F. r Vd raoar, AUormr. Apill 1, lol-4aTlp(la . The State of Ohio, Fnirflrld Coa.lr, tti Coort of Common Flaa. Louit Lararliic, 1 eator of ! LeH Will ol HaijRah unnii,rrcrHBU, ruiltui. a. Hear; LdTcrli (and olhera. DefeadanM. CIVII. AO F Ok'. mJOTtCK le hereby ( yen to H.i.ry Lererlnp Wll 1 1 llam Copeland aad ElUebeth P. Coneland hla wife, Henry B- Lereriar. Henty Hurtivllna and Haa aah H. Hmth.llnr k a wire, that U.A gaerla at Kareatoroftka Laa( Will and Teetaiaeniof Haanah Lorarlna .dareaaed. dld.oo 'he Hih day of April, A. Il IH6U, ei hla Petlllno In tha Court of to mm -a Pint, within and fortbeCoqutyof PalrSeldand Hiale nf Ohio.aalnet tha aald hei.ry Oerrlnr. William Copelan't aud Bllfabnth P. Copeland bit Wife. Henry K. Leyerlnr, Henry ftotbyllr fan Hionih B. Horty llnr hla Wire and otheri, atittinf forth inoni other ihlnri) that the Pertonal katata of aald Teiutrtt I. IniufDcientto pay ker drbl. and that It will be neeea aary for the purpoee of payincaald deota, to tell the whole or part of her Heal Katat. and that the abore named DWxudantf and othera. are rtrrlaeei ol aald Keal Kitaie, and praying that aaU We il Kttale, or Den pnna tnaieor aa nay be Meaiear For luat pi poaa. be ordered too told lo pay atl debte; and tha abore named Defendanta are ollloe. that they are requireo ui appear ana anavrreaTn rvtuion on or be lore tha third SatardueeOat the Stlh dar of May, A U.1MU. Bated lk!i linn day of April l-0. H'JiCTkM A OAl'OUBRTy. April 10, 1800 tlpft)U Atloru)i for PUioUh. 4000 CEDAR TREES rpHK andanlirnej llrlnf S I nlloa Kail from Clrclerille, on the Lajicaater Koad. baiaow oukapd. a (raster nuotber of larte CSUAK THLKS. Utaa at any lime hcrrtofore. many or the-n ba.ua Ire, alx and tt-ron feel sifh. buahyauA IhrKiy, and Irlaaaied ib all klndaof ahakeand form. Ha hai alaoaaobal- deralile aantity ofoti"r aieiacaaa Trace, enrk at diflfreut klndt of Kir, Pint. Juniper. Arbor Ylta. Sa rin. &( a., alt of whleh he will -II eery low aa uauai. luecreee win oe careiiuy tnicen np. packed and D oiterdlreetioaatfiven for olanllnr them. and In to red to rrow If detlred. The belt tl me for Iran. plant ing It In Hartb, Aprlland May. JOH.t LEI ST Apri. la, 1SWI -Ittf WI. H. SHUTT. Wkaaitaf Crwir Lateioaatwrt Whla, HAS 09 BARD A I,ASI LOT OP CIRWE3 AUD eUCIESk o, S la, or E X 'RES $ YA ! OPTS, Which ll ke dlrpoMd of at tkls Hate, at rttT LOW nuan, lorcaaa, Hiur tfaaa etvr, wr iw Horaea will be taken. All tut naanf.naead from ika b-lt of Btteritl. and pel tip la good ortnaalik Biaoaf, aad war ranted ear osa year. Ha woold retire hit lhaakt for the liberal pat roe e eateadf d to kla ky Iho pwopla nl tkia roaMy. du.lna lhe pan elahteea year, and would eaaat re. apaetfully aolltlt aeoallauance ai Iteir "o'- r iui.i A at n.wnvt.. Uacatur, February S3, lBt.lt. ?tf ESTABLISHMENT. Ulssct CLIFFOUD A K0BI!VS05 nAVKreraorodthrlrtiailnruto the Gli-ty Rrlrb liulldlnr. linmedlalolv onpotlte the Ury Good Store of Mr.. B.-rk.nd 4 dof.rl Weil of the llockiiig Valley Bauk. Their itoca comittolaii tifiet ol FANCY BONNETS. Alot a fooeral attortmeDt of STftAW GOODS, UIBUUKS, LAQII:8 CAPS, VKII.B, Head Dreeaea,Clqra,Coraeta,A.O. recelrat tpeclal tttentloo. Order llled on abort uotiee CAUPV UfVTO Akin CinUfCDO rnnvji iiriiu nivw ri.urii.riji Imnrpaaaed, and cheap for eath. Uullee retpectfuily inritea to call oeiore muaing tnvir pnrcnatet eite' whore. CLIFFJKU dc ROBlSSO.t. Uncatter. aprii 12, 1MW 3if mm msim. JOHN SEARLKS HAS IDHT RBCKIVKD A PREKH SUPPLVOP . -r Vfeiahlo V!,Vttr. Indian Compound,' Vegc:ial! PiUa, ; Mazic Liniment, ' - Por?4I.- at Tl' rJiaKT-rEOrFiCri' Military. Compitny F Lapt. Ciooa, paraded our streets on Friday last. Their appearance nnd drill, would eclipse older companies that we bavo seen Interesting Facw about tiik Ohio Stat House Inquiries ure frcquen ly made about the cost of the now Siate House, dimensions, etc.. which few are able to answer satifactorily. The last re potof the State House Cummissioners shows that the total cost of the building up to November 15, 1859, was 81,330,106 20. To this sum should l o added SIC, 000 appropriated laH Mircli, milking .143,106 20. The building is to be com pleted bv the first day of October next. The State House is 304 feet lung, 184 feat wide, and its height to tho top of the cupola 160 test, lis comer stone was laid on the 4th of July, 1838, and over twenty years have been occupied in its construction. A gojd deal of the stone work was done by convict labor. Ohio State Journal. a rT T "':"' Oar UbIob Schools. 0 who! time has beta to : absorbed einoe tnbunting the tripod, tbat we have not found an hour to visit the Lancaster schooll. ' During the week of this ,' issue, we shall be looking upon the dignitaries of our land, iu Washington City, and . standing br the tomb of the Father of American Independence at Alt. Vernon. After our return wt shall visit tha schools, and speak of them as we may think they merit. Since penning the above ws hivo the esoorted Irom lhe steamer to the heart of following by telegraph: mb oiiy iu . u w uiw-wq. o J e r Altifrpthi.r thla u tlm aunt ininm Cuaulestoh, May 1st, I860. demonstration ever witaessed in C.lifo.- 1st. Ballot Douglas 145J, Guthrie ui, evincing a hearty appreciation oi the 36J, Dickinson 9, Lane 6, Hnnter 42, eaterprise so gloriously consummated. neia TntlflfiV 94. Pirr, 7 Jl,nnn.. 1 SaBUAMENTO, April 22Jolin 0. Bell, " ' i -a v,. i' t?i,l...4 . i Wlinlo niimnor M VAtaa .akt. vili. I . J hot bv Mr. Stone, on the 11th nst.. died 1 2lh and last Ballot. Douglas 1 fiOJ. of hii wounds on the 15th. Guthrie 39i, Hunter 38, Diokinson 4, The Senate has passed the trans Conti- Davis li, Johnson 12, Lane 6. Whole nental telegraph bills, giving a bonus of number of votes cast 25U. M? oompan- building a tele- I rrpanh hml anil Mdtl liHlk fAl ft aanrkii1 Una Previous lo the balloting a reeolu'ion provided boih linos ars oompleted tothe reauiring 202 votes to nominate was pass Mississippi wiibin 18 months. The bill . " 1 . it i i i i mi. . T . ed. At half-past niot f 9:30) o'olook the WUI prooaoiy oecome a law. ine i,e6is j- . . lature win aaiourn raay 1st. eont-euut,,, .UJoUrUUu W a wfl ,d fc - ?nooUoo fof o'olock to morrow morning. the Quarter ending with Meroh, were The adoption of the resolution deolar-1 8 10,800, 000. The mines art yielding ing that 202 voUa art necessary lo nomi- ,u" "i n" Ior '0,or' . n ' , , ... , The Northern Telegraph Companv has nai. maicei mt oommauon og'" ordered wire to build a line from Yreka doubtful. to Portland. Orerron. Mav 2d 10 A. M. . The trial of Judge Terry, for killing The remaining delegates from Arkan- Senator Brod.nok, bat tgam been post- sa. all but Mr. Flournoy withdrew, and fai Con. the Kentucky and Virginia delegates re- L9ntio0 wouId mwt orjj), l4lh jDlttf to nominate a candidate forongreis. .. IttOTERY STORE MRS. CROWU CONTINUES her MILLINERY ettalUrf.mentla her fortnerrooroa,on ttieeornerof Main ami Colum bus Sireela, Lancatter,Ohio. Alwaja recelvlnglhs Finest and Most Fashionable 111 Mil NEW UiiODS, She will lurulth Qnoit It, her line, at the mo't aeeom modatlnir terms She employ! the beat workmen.--She would reaperirally Invite Uie U.lleiof the CI1J anil country, to call rnd oaamine her stock. ALSO SUMMER FLOWERS, of new ami superior styles, and cheap. Luni'aslor,aull 13, l00 Jif Eilala of Jacob Greene, NOTICK In horebt lren, that the suhKriber has beon appointed and qualinrl. as Administrator on the Kstute o( JACOB OKKKNK, deceaaed, late or Lancaster. Falrfluld rouuty, Ohio. D.td tills 83rd Jay of April, A. 1). 1860. P. I). SCHORV.Adm'lor. Lancaster, April SC, 186U 3w WALL PAPER. LATEST STYLES, PeiiKaiTea(Par(lIaaiera,PaM!ketltaaka and a (real rarletrof the USEFUL & NEEDFUL, Infect, alrooitererjlhlDtob fqindlaapy 2 rr uim swstvii Allnrwhlebha Is determined lo tali at the lowest posslblellf let prices. He returnable Uianka to his oldenslomerafflrthelrllbaral sopport.aad hopes to meriiaitu .en. a vuntiiiuaiioa ana inereaee oi iroiage.and that aeery bod; aoaj till andeiauioa hlsstoakf or their own sat tef anion. JOHS BEAR1.ES. TT7P. S . Dan't fortethl s place at easiness. Q lei j 's Row, on Mall 8traet,one door Weslof the Hockln( vanejoana. i.ancuier, April tew ill. THE WELL KNOWN PICTURE GALLERY, One Door West ol tha Hoefclne; Taller fan. TIIK undersigned retpectfuily toforios the sitliens and public, that he has made arraarenant witr K. li H O A OS, and thereby has taken pssaeaaioa of his Ol.ll BOOMS, forth purpose of earryiuf an the Picture business, In all of the various and Latest Styles of Improvement We are prepared to make all kinds of types the publie hat evnrbearo if: and from the smallest Ana;er ring, to the whole at aa Photograph. Our eutl-e attention will ba devoted te) the bustoesa, aad we will spare no pains, hut use every possible means to improve (he Art. Onr prod not ion of pielu re, can no be excelled. Our STOCK OP CA8BH, and the variety of eiylee.teaa cood as In any othercltr. All are cordially Inv'ted to call al the' Rooms. Eeery possible efort wUl be maae in nroerio pieaae. I return my aineere thaaka to these who have her to'or patranlaed me, eadhrp for a eantititaae of lae same. 1 wout especially maae ay accaowiedt m'Bls to the cittaeneofPieaaant At Ubeity tawoahlpa. for thelrliberal patmasee, durlnr myahort etay with Ihcm, and invite laem io call at Bt roams, when the; come to town. A. L. FELCt(il. Lascaster, April 13, 1800 Slf These four remedies of DOCT. WHITK. (of Clacln'" natt.thav aerer been rivaled, la ihe relief aad car of Croals Diseases, K'lr especially Female Weaa- nesa Arsctlonsof txecurst aiiemlea wun uen(ns deutllty rrom Imperfect atiarrt llrer. are. l ie ladiau Cqnipnaod tln. e4 probaQ.1? es,rtd theUres irf more youna (Iris, than snr spsaedy aver vended, aa a aaUM aaedlrln. Those ah e Due. Whlw'a rmsaad nmm-ni. "rr as any omer. aBcaeter, jtpru v. lews To Farmers and Wool Grower! LANCASTER WOOLOTJMORt IICZFORD ft DAVIS, TEltDER thelrthankato lhadr jBtroneforlbellbet alaappott hilherU received, end uke tkl math o to advise thailr thai Ihef ll ennllna (al the OLD STS Dl th builiieeenf maauiaatarliif WOOLLEN GOODS Of all Varietal. . Cttalait Cafdiaars Clatk Braaalnr AND WOOLSPlSaVIN'G. Tltarbav drat vale sMhlv.hr4e wartntCD, and warrant all their work, Their Blanket?, t assiraeren. Sallincts, Flannel. Jean aYKIacklaf Tarme. Uav been tested, aad proiwaneed auixriw. Thai will pa; tha blj-heel market prlc la EITUEtt CASU or GOODS for WOOL. IflCFOBP PAVl. Uacaatar, May l,l8-Si BLOOD FOOD. Httltki ha etas Eld upon baioar t . r A. K A li 2. Va always pre seals aa with th aaea esantial cleasenls and aires Qfcoerae the TKlrESTASDAkU. Aaalya the Blood of persoa ssisilBt rra CuaMisipUo, If. H. HUNTER. j. a. nu.YTBt: IL H, HUNTER & SON, Attorney and Caetniellor at l.atr. OPFICR-Shalfer House, ni stairs. Bulranc West of tho Market House. Lancaster, ajrll 19, !80-3lf New VuDcrtiscmcnts. BRENNAMAN'S 1MPR0VEB CHAIN PUMP I HAVE REMOVED MY HOP from my formor sland on Brosdway In Laacaaler, to ray residence one and a baifuille Bast of low, on the pike, whore 1 am manufacturlnir roj'IroproveU chain pmnp. and will Oil orders on short notice, andwairant siillsfac. Uon. ISAAC BHKN.VAMAN. MyS,180 4tf ATTiCBXtHT, tired to consult. Attachment Notice. JACOB HUBKH, Plalatls, ) vs. JOHN OANNAUA.Defeirdaiit. DEPORE Thomas Duncan, Jn slice of th Peace IS for Pleasant Township, PalrHeld County, Ohio, on Ihat3rddav of Auril. IwlU, aald Justice issued en order of attachment In lhe above action, for th turn of Kin Bollurs . U JaUUll K nuobit. PleasantTowusklp.niayS dwd marl; SALE OF REALESTaTe BV OUDEll OF COt'UT. sH MONDAY the4lhof June, A. D. WHO, al 4n fo'clocHn llio aflernoott, will be sold by public auction to the highest biddur on the premises, ueur ih mwn of Amanda. In Fairfield counlv. Ohio, th following described Real Kstate ,to-wlt: A part of the Wealhrirorihertorinoaslltaarieror Hecuon no. 311, Township Mo. 19, of Kango no. 10, bounded as follows: Beginning as ine nouineasi eurner 01 ssiu hairouarierSccllnn.thanoa Wast on tha hair Sec tion line JO chains to post:, thene florin 1.7S chains to post; thenan West I SOcrs. toapoul; thenee North 1.17 chains to a posit theuee Bast l.iOchalas to nmi! thanea Norih 3 58 chains to a nost: tbence K..iit 5li i-halus lo a nost. on the East boundary of aald ha If (tnartor aoctlon: thence South CJU chairs to the place orbfitlniiiiiK, containing su-iiw acres more or less, For plat and greater certalnl of do a imlon. so Survov. No. 1S8. Hook No. J. County Surveror'a Records of said oounty. Raid hind being known aa the Bogle Saw Mill Lot. Appraised al $1600. Ttrmi a eel One-third the purchase money In hand onto dy of sale, on-third luoueyaar.andih h.l.noa in two vein, with Into rent on deferru ' vay menls from day of sal, and uot to be sold for less th in two thirdaofth appraised value. Dated this 19th dayof Dooember, A, D., l5. ' JOHN K. MUVAVOH, Adm'tor. n , I..1.M Hn.li. ilAMMBaAft. with thtt V lllanMeved. ALSO At tlio saue time and place, I will offer fof aala tha following Real Estate. to-wlt: The Northeast Quarter of Keolloo N'. 31, in Townshln No, Is. of Rang No. IB, ieepl'i0 acres taken o lhe Baal aid of aald ftuarter Section. Th laud to b soldooo tailing 110 acres mora or lass. Term of aala made known on the day of sale, JOHN R. MUMAUGH, Adulter. Bon-re & Drjrr. Altvrnoyi, May3,18bO-w4pf)S TOTICK lsheroby glren that Ihe linden bei-n appnlutod and duly qiialided as At tor of the Estate of Kobirt Ram, decuaae Fatatr al Hubert Held. rilgnrd has Admlaistra- decuseed. iat of Fulrllu Id county, Ohio. All persons baring claims against said Rust will please present Ihem for set tlement, legally authenticated within me year and all those iudcbtiid will uiukn immediate payment. jAiic.3 s. hhiu, Aam ior. April 19,l8O0-33 STINCHCOMB & CLARKE, ATTORNEYS AT LAvV, OPriCB Tallmsdge Block Nacond 8lorr Plot door to Hi right al the head ortb -Slain. j. w. sTi.Ncnco.ua. it. a. clarki April 18, ldM- Stf CHANGE M. TIME. Cincinnati ,irilnala;taA:Zanrll la O.MC CEJ1T IIEWARD. I ANA WAY from Ihe snhscrlbcr, on th 11th lust., tod apprentice, by the name of JCLIAN IKK, One cent will be paid by me en tbedollvery of said boy alar reildonci, bin no thanks. 1 caution all persona Irom trusting or Hamming hlia ou T ANAWA' I V an indan fiO.MSBUKN iv account. Laucaater, aprtl 13. I860 3w9 RAIL ROAD. "Vtl and after Mon lay. May !ia Sfl,th schedale . J ol tl me fo r Trai ns ou this road, tea viag baneaa let will be a follows: Eaattrard Train. K.t.rasageratll37A.M.arrlvtngalZaMv11! at t 30 P. Al.. matins dlrectonnuacltona lor in a Kaat. Fralrhi and Aeeommodation Trala ata, A.M. rri.in. at Zanesvlllt at till A. At. Maklug direct conertlasrrtae eaet nu vil via. tua i enirai Ohio Railroad. Pasangrsfr CoUmbus will lake thlsTraln. ThaahoveTralisslopalallsiatlona. Pre rhtaad AcoommadaUau Train leaving Morrow at 00 P. H . will on Saturday night ren to Lancaster a hard llraa.aad from Uer resume lump oti Mon day taorumg. ITesltrard Train. 5.t, Passenger al 103J A. .M., arriving at Ctnda sail 4 10 P. H. Pralirhtand Aoeoti ra olitlnn Trala at 7 OS P. M departure al 7 IS P. X. arriving at Ciociapa'i at Hut) PrellTiland Accnmmodallan Trala leaving Zan villa at 3 P. .V. will on Saturday night run to Lancas ter and from thore resume iisinp on snnnayvigni. WM.H.KY BOND. Bocelrer. B. P. ABBOT, AiltstaoeSuyoriiiUudapl. April It, IKbO tRf GREAT JlTjlAIJI ION! Fresh Supply of Groceries at II. A. GEBELELVS Uld Standi ana door fcaet ol th Hock Valley Banks Luatcaaler, Whlo. JUST received a choice and well srlected (stack af Staple Orooerls.y which I will sell at th LOWEST RATES, eltaorfor Caah or Country Praduc. My swJc sl.ls iu pail, a follows; COFFEE. SUOAES, TEAS, SYRUPS. MOLASSES, Riofl, Frsits, Spices, Wood and Willow Ware, Nye's Choice Sugar Currd Hams, Ruggto's do., and Davis' choir Pried Beef, lu due season large lot of g2LAKE PISH Tj7itnd Mackerel expected. 11 . BACOt WANTKD-Thhlghstniarkelpriopata in WAsaer urroeeries. no giv me a enit. U. A. OBBBLEIX. Lancaster, aprii IS, 18M-aml DR. A. Q. WALLACE, nHR MKD1CAI. REVOI.OTirtNIRT and ITT I GlBNItt PHYSIOIAN, of BeNenintai, Ohio, (formeriyof Sew Vork City,) will heal the Am-'ricso Hoese, Circkvillf, Maj 18 TallmArU" Housi'. LAncastfr, Mny 19. New L cinaion. Moit.l-iv, Mar 21. Dr. Wallace will visit tha abov places, profeaaloa Iv eeerv mouth. llr.Wallaca bssspaf0'' no pnlns aor expense in mat ing hlimelf familiar with the theorloaof ea h and ll lh medical steins now practised; and Use reaao why he does not practice any fth ayslems now ia common vougs.la, heeauee ho uuderstamls Uem,d kruxrs Miem tn be InJnrioililnthelreSects. )r Wallace does uot us Drug remedies oT any kind-and vet he treats successfully all discuses with which mankind Is afflicted Dyspepsia, th npprnh. binm of Ihe prafetsiv. and all dlsaaaea arising from inHiM.Lten. k. haaaevar tailed to our Durmanentb. in from on to si monihsl He inakea speciality of these dleoaaes aad particularly solicits caaea of this kind. ... , . llr. wllas lenavew mais aircnitra rr wratattoaa distribution. PI -see cell and Lives Coeselsljt. Uy ape pal, ycrofsi. )e. Mid aa And In every intUaeacvrtala. delctende la th red globules of Blood. uppljrtheadtlaiee.1ym are mad wall. Tisawuv wuuu laiounoeo upv this Theory aeon Its astonishing suerrse. Thara are IITK FBUfABATHmS ' -adapted tolb detrtsarte iq HV Maod la dlgerenl dlsaaeaa. PorCeafAa. CAs,AtreeAi(ifaeaayfe tloa wbalaver of the rtewar or Aaags Indaclng Ca iiallMs, as la. I, which I ala U N far XsnM ie Aairtr. iess ejasci(e, and for all CAreane Csmplminti arising fraa Orer-suie, rrasr rrH(y. and JTe-sssi PrMrraWea. aaS.BrArfaw7aspssf. No 3, fur yjrpn'a. Being alrdyprprw for at, sorption It Is TVssa Ay Peepe aad carried I maadteety Into th Ircolaiioa. so that whM so galacoa retasa. Th No. 4 la for l'mtlt fmuUniin. Hftfrlm.tT'it rr, se. He speci.1 directions for thie. Pnr af Aaiua.Crapie, CcrOaum, Aidasf aad BUiitr ?smsfre.take No. ft. I all cases rhe directions mast be strictly CeUuwed. Prie at la Jieeal tt fiper Doui. - Mi aafl'taafauajfae-eg , . ,. 'JHOJirr as U3DI1M3 iej t uo peaedaa -(K. (aradaaeaaa aoruaitf Had nM9i'e-i4 tjt utep tom qt jn(i louuaa pua ieui tjpd S aodn ana . aoi nin?iaMpi aiUe7Vdis;i tHRoirvna i anou n 'pasodmoj au en4dion eiuju jpj satpamai .to t ata jo Mitoue t eqi mojj tineas o jaut i oia. aii saiiaiuq paa pes oi)t noij uaqitaas u qsiapu 'uajpim jaot y qtiaetj paa eju tetea aoley -eiyjsei jt irae3 o aea its esaaaii stju ,1a pain t tl Opoaewds-t)u Suao, enb oune,it ota gotati s)-aa out intrasnsaj uoiremag at Jupnpai "aninl eqi Suiuetios jej -oi 'ataeo pa 'y l Pf O 'PfAf ji syi e ieie-'f aea evt as atdw9 -Ajerwaearj 'eayiy- JFi issj bsjb;i3 ij ssoli ao aHiidid urnaj Ae aut a jeei spaaaaasoa f ui Sim soj -ni;i;if eii niasawsp aa prra -paiaaioa sf la.ueaaH q sall iOjMqt pu -p! Aaa ju ajLTicto no 3iio9r4iiri o; nretno 11 -sail t 1 a 1a t not aaaiauoa s;e mmi par j1soi j a rue i -emrt a) m aeua J;t ea 4isisit i 1tMn snta (isja pa ".ViaUOO 31INVJNI JetdA at aWi(eds ip aiv spavinosj, SUHILZOW Sold by CHU8CK DC PONT. DmrglrU. aio.tOB. Bmadwsy. ew York. Aad all reseeetahl Ururglstltu-ourhoatth couatrt laaaary . imd-lyST K. FRITTER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Isstrauc aaal Cuiioctlnir A Rent, LANCASTER. OHIO. -VFPIC Main 8urt,tB the fitgord dt Btnrguo yf Building. r r Lcatr,MrcliSJ,ieo-d7U LANCASTER TBKdragtidbav purchaavd and pat In com plele repair lie above snt.le. situated on th Cap fotf Broadway, wher they are prepared to do ALL KINDS OF GRINDING, FAMILY FLOUR, PCKWHKAT rLSVH, COHN HEAfs and every variety of Merchant and Castom Work They will warrant their woiklou equal la tb 6s don I Palrttetdeoaoly.and no peine speirea) t ae rommndat evwryaady. They hop to merit and tot eeillbevat ahareodaabllc palrenag. vctoeer v, ia-iotg TALIi Sr,OTJGH, AHOMEIATLAW, . lANOAITCBi UUIOs, ,, , PrnmrA altemllon give to Collerilnaa. ... "T-OPICB with SUucacorab d Clark, Mavoh W.lrSH-dTtf X I Tajlmadge Block, Maia Street, LANCASTEUs OHIO. a I.WATSea head a heavy stock nroooDS.orth Wseualltles. whleh h manufactarora so order J. R. MUMUJGfl T Have removed my offlce to th loom, reecntly Oct ouplea by ur. Baiibow, Tniaaap rioe, lei Cod at lb head ol Ihe stairs. J. R. M. April Jin isotf-ll. ' ' poet efflc for gratatto. diatrlbultn. P",u"'' ! uorined worheMn. Also, a larg eupply of get ou. for further particulara refardlng his n.w J'Vd.UoUilnf. aprii M, lrtO-llf H. L. CRI DE R, ENT PE LANC4Sr J" ""- r, .rfiB.iM . I.C LL.K FU L fll .1."' ., - I had been afflicted wiih Uver i niaplalenV , Mldny Atlectlons, lvspersla ana nrvou iwoiniyroranoo, thro yeart p'aiffalle.1 togel any permaneat relief by the use of several different r hyslelans treatment he. r... i ..,.li ui nr. Wallace. 1 ka Keen using Dr. w.n..'saaw.or Hvtieaie aielked of oaring dlsea-l .vwnBB 1.1. Mnfeaslaaal. servtrs he th psblle ses, the past Svenmnlh. and tly grt g ijHidcatlna ' I' PnHliig.Plogglnr. Pl' aok doiwlu It " L .. " neatest and mnl ilari si"'"". RESIDENT PEXTiaTr- ;h, aiiu. u.. ..iiii.ia. trnlv hevnml eanreaslan. Weill Ad mvtae eeios levaii"., wri. mm w give testimony to Or. Wallace's efBolent treatment. I desire to recommend him as a Ph a clan of tror drnarvshlll and capacltyt who can permanently ur all or' the above named diseases, and many olhera which hue- come under in y personal observation. For funhrr particulars regarding ray eaee, and Or. Wllaea-a .tugular suooe. adrr ' Bellefonulu. Ohio,. Mr. Miary ia knowa lo Ihltcooniuhhy. D. 1 . April ID. Ij0--a TT-fOFFICa-PPOSMO ni "" i.iv.. Uneaster, aprtl II, 1W0-U irEL-OY, . ij'rEA:a3t i.: LANCASTER. OHIO OFFICE Tsllmadr Build'at,3lal BtreM, lcal.er,anrlip,l-!5r