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dfote & Btmotial
' CtHTOHS FROFRlkTORS.
Left at th Head of the Stair.
AUQUST 2,; 1860.
ARRIVAL8 & DEPARTURES OF MAIL8,
At lncater,-Br Hallrensd.
Can going Wert II Oil A.M.
Cr going East w ' 1 19 M-
Accommodation role West 7 15 P. M.
Ti, Trln, naSatorday nlhl, leys over at lancae
tor, and resumes lie trip owiunday availing as abvs.
' Aceomiaodntton going Ket.. .... So A. .
This Train, on Halur.lay night. lays over at Lam-as-tar,
Mil mmealialrlpa Monday MrBlof,esabove:
To Colunihna every day, except Sunday alt A.M.
Arrives at Lancaster 6 H. M.
ToLogan,everyday,eoeplSundayat.... A. M.
A rrlea at Uncaiter 0 P. M.,
Accommodation sachduy.arrlveedtdopartsat 12 M.
. . Ob UorithMk.
To BaltimofS arrival gnd. depart every Tuesday
end Friday. ' ,
To New Rstditti arrive and depart! every Tuesday
To Clnarport, every Thariday tight, and returns
rriuay nirct. - . .'
To Carroll, arrives e.d depart erory Tuesday and
Friday nights, at 1 o'clock.
To Kushville. etr)r Tuesday end Frldoj at 12 M.
and returna aame evening.
. With tha present number, our conned
liOn with ibe (gazette c Democrat Uruii
. nates. Priyate 'cagona lono govcrnour
x&oici 'coarsei, '.;'Ve ibeopm
attached Id . ihe ftipoJ, daring the four
inonihs of onr 'connection with lhjo(13co,
nd leVaiV.ith toiicb regret; taOreaepe
iIir asWe 'vHSrt becoming dboply Inter -
in," and correct principle, Tho catiBa of
tne nepuonean party, wnicu lias bo tar
' fiad onr hearty auppOrt, tifitt, in the fu.
future, receive otir Ic'cble cOYittibuliotia
toiitil its final trinniflh in November next.
a WS :.. a . ii 1 , I .a if...
We have Bold the Gazette & -Democrat
o Messrs. It. M. Clarkc J. M. Siti'hkn
and Wm.. H. Kookeh. , These genOefnon
arc Rfepiiblicans of the first watcr.'und the
Ipa'per iii their hands mHf be worthy the
. iiberalsupporto'f its former fri.titU, They
aro' well known to the frtends 'of tl'O fia
pcr, and we tcapectfftHy ask lor them lire
generous B'nppott 6f ReptiMfeanH 'fid the
ptiblio onra,fly. vs tiro' bairjeas efrrie
'Gazette & Vethoerat will proceed ptecise'ly
as it commenced. 1'bere will te do ins-
' "mediate Wtrtdrncete tefluired.' ', A11 adver.
liaeuisrlts commenced, and all subscrip
tions will be carried oat the eam as if
tjo trans'for hsd been made. And in every
'case where 'advance paymth'ts have been
Itifcde ntihajpper, of wherVgofds liave
, haoo, taken t up by oursehrps, thnt ware
to apply to the fayme'nt of accounts
with the paper, the accounts will be set
tled the snriio as if w bad continued
"1'his provlaio'h applies only to transactions
wiiJithn 27th dav of Jo.lv. I860.
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And all old advance yayntcnts, prior to
the "i'lttiay ol April, 1060, either with the
American Democrat or the Oaxotto, will
bo settlod hy the new firm a wo have
done. - . ;
We repeat, that Wo "retire with TCgrct,
on some ccount8. We arc sincerely
.pleased with our subscriber and with the
patronage 'generally. The pefrtiiiiaiy con
' dition of tire establishment is in a healthy
condition, and the patronage ge'rtcrows.
Other motives control '.his tnovpfnent.
; ,We stop Off lor tho purpose o'f preparing
to issue froth the'Gaiette Office, at a ptop
er time, a purely Liitraiy Journal.
: r ,' : . ' :;vsC0tT'&'S0N.''
This distinguished statesman wftl ad
drtss tho citizens ol LancasteT and Tsur
' Vounding country, on Friday (to-morrow)
'night, at 'the Court House o'nthe politics
;of the day. Turn out rten of Jill partlos
and hear him. He Vill f rcfled from
hero 'on Saturday ttorning tc Picltprington,
vhcro lie re to address the tnasa-rrfOeting
n ilia grove, at one o'clock P. M. Let
all who ca'n possibly spare tbe time, o
tompafly i Pip fiora this townsbip.
The Central Coiiimitte'P.
The meeting or tho Republican
trsl ConimittcC it the Ghetto office on
Saturday, Va fully attended, i4 t-niiie
harmony and concert of ieternrilftpd no
tion prevailed. It is gratifying to kttow
that tho 'Republicans of old tairfitd aTe
Vide aWuke, und that there art no disSCn.
sions or want of hearty co-operailo'n Amoog
them. Old Fairfield will give a good ao
count of liar fualiy to original Republican
ism this fall. .
The CItvHXll. Wo have jasl Wturti
'ed from a stroll through this magniflct-ni
building.' It is rapidly approaching its
'completion ; When Lancaster Can boast of
one of the finest publie edi6ces in Ohio,
The Mossra. Oibsn, who always put
things through by the fast line, are jurt
vjompluting the plastering, in a aubttan
tialand masterly style. Mr. Starkk, frfs
co andpYtiatbehtal paiutcrs baa commenced
ba&ufifying the ceilings, Which so far give
promise of Btipcrior work. Mr. Hardy,
" tbe Bjrillrul houw-painter, will folhwwith
the finish of the Wood-work, when the
cleaning process will commence; after
whiob,we, luggast, that tho cit kens get up
n grand eatertamment ' it) the '"Hall"
in honor of the, City jCpunoU, rad ,tbe ef
fiuSent workmen who have 'erected so ' no
ble an ditjcerwuh ao muol preroptacss.
'IB I ( artcsiah v BL.-j-f .uia mo. y
6. Journal We learn, that the operatives
' In the 'Alf ICsiatf Well'.Vt; 'CblumblK ' We
teadtaqacjthi o?,516l.feel. Jhcy
are passing through a white land atone
rock; at the bottom of which they expect
to reach the founuin they ate setting af
XT'Tbe continued showers of rain and
the warm weather, will secure heavy crops
01 corn and potatoes. va
Bcpubllcaii lTInas ITIcrdng.
, The Cntril. Committco on rJaturdar
last decided 'to bold the Republican CoUr.-
ty Convention for Ibe purpose! ol nomina
ting Candidate! for the following offices,
lo-wit: ' '
Ono Clerk of Court of Common rieai
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On Kutttrday, Sept. 1st, I860,
Let the masses turn out from every
Township. Coma One, Come A II t
HON. JOHN SltEItttAIt,
...,t. ...... AND ., . -i.-.i.
HOM. C. M. CLAY,
Of Kentucky, have been invited, and with
oth'jr dibiinguished Hptjukcrs are.expeetvd
to oe present. ; - -
v t P. M. L. WISEMAN. UU'n.
July 31st, 1860.
There will be a Cuiiirj Meoting of the
EvaYigelrCal Association, held oh . the land
of Mr- oh4 Swailz, two miles north ol
Carrol Tn liberty rotvnshiy, to commence
on Wednesday evening, August iBth,
I860. There Vi! be a commodious board-iog-house'kept
on tliA encftmpmont, where
there will also he a large uupply of caken,
cheee,jleraohacls',dro'. to accommodate
thof'o wwo po pVefcr paying for a regu.
lar meal yi,,
WeJie'Tcb' give pitblie notice to all gro
cers'iind huoketeta' Aot id. ti'orao within
if; a limits proscribVd by ?a any of
iheir artitiles, to olTorJthem for Bale.
JA N D RffW S WAlVl', '
'OSEPl iMEBSEt ' V Committee.
ijrly Sl.VrltjCQ,; V
fciT Wo Understand that Jambs M.
XNliftsoyc,,'$xirX'itL Ekqu, and William
"CASstfL'ti 'COn'template put'ing up a mam-
nfoth Lincoln Balloon, on to-morrow ( Fri
day )e'ventng. The balloon is sid to be
sevetal fdft la'rger 'thatj t'he Colossal on
scat up on the Fourth -of July. Success
to our young friends, they hVe set an
example of patriotic dorotion which should
be copied by older heads. the balloon
will ascend ftom the open space between
"thote are" Court House and the City
iSTOn Tuesday next, comes the "li)
iOw,".of Van Ambubgh. Everything
will bo on a colossul scale; the most intel
ligent elephant, (Tijpoo Saib); the largest
'.ions; (noBt laughable monkeys, best edu
catod mules; funniest cbwns, and last
though not least, the redoutable Yan him
self; 'whose rcpMTation -ae k showman is
high among otir prtpl", from having
travclhd among them for years.- Save up
y0tr gturftrj and Met cmybody.and
go and see thetbest company thst. now
- (.ASfXtoK Mkdal8. I. L. JJraKe
Co., No. II,-West fourth , Street, Cin
cinnati, arc selling campaign medals, 'gilt,
of about the siie of a 6va dollar gold
tiiece.wUhcorrcotlikuncssfS of nil the can-
didates for President and Vice l'resiubnl
the President on one side, and tho Vice
President on ibe other. They are splen
didly gotten np. They will send one by
mail for nine 3 cent stamps inclosed to
tlicm; and supply olubs of all parties at
wholesale rates. They also want agents
Lancastbr Market. Our city market
has never been so nbundanliy aupplied
with all the producU of tin oountry, du
ring the id yenVs oT our residence, for the
months of June and July, as the present
s'cason. Frui's, berries and vegetables
havebeen' uau.fnmTjy abundant; and young
corn 'made its appc irance 10 days ago.
Every thine seems to find a ready sale
, . . r I
Errita. tn pur last i.ssuc, tntbe obit
uary of Mr, Julien's chi'd, for faded read
fades. Also in the obituary of Margaret
Ann Crawford, last line but one, corfimu
sicatcd, should be committed. The edit
Or, who does his own pruot reading, lias
lecentlv boen afflicted with inflamalion of
tho eyes, which is offered 'for the caasC o
the sYrot. '
jC"On last Saturday evening, A littl
daughter of John 1). JacksoK, war- stiuc
in the fa:e by a Btotts from the: hands of
Niwtc ; BKVkfttEr J, causing Hfi ugly
though not serious wound: The affair Was
of morse, entirelyi accidental but still
too much care cannot be exorcised in tl
throwingof stones, particularly when there
arc small children about.
AfThrough theaclive cxertioni of our
energetic supervisor,, Pxt Powers, our
streets and gnttcra have been neatly clean
ed, and now present an appearance, unri
Vailed in many of our larger cities. Pat
understands bis business, and by his in
domitabte pcrseverXi.ce in the discharge
or ins outies nas won nimieu many warm
to-days paper forbids us Irom expressing
all the thrilling assobitt!ons that were
projectied fiora our thoughts, and made
to tluster around this sacred theme "iwttt
Home'' on Tuesday nizht when that fa
miliar air was . go sweetly discoursed in
front of our residence, by the . following
young gentlemen: Wm. Gebelein, V. was
sey, N, N. Gates, Chart. Beery, J. Cassel,
and Jas. Mitinger.' Thanks gentleman
we wish you happy, aweet.ho.Ti6A on earth
and eternal "Homes," In the future life of
- A NW CANDIDATE:
Wo bars no object ia the World in pub
lishing the two fullowjng comiuuuioatioon,
but to shew how steadfast some mej are
in their adliMion to principles. It is on
ly incumbent on us to say, that where
"BEN1X is siiroed it is the alias of
FftAMtiis H. Cakpkhtir. The commu
nications explain tnemteivcs, we hare;
another precious communicatioo from the
same gentleman, coinmittirtg bin) strong
ly to the Know Nothint) faith; denduflelng
Fonuner$ and Catholics in particular:
which from courtesy we withhold. Per
haps that was the cause of our offending.
For tbe Ohio Kagio.
, TO THE PUBLIC. ;
At the earnest solicitation of my friends
I have suffered my nam to go b. fare the
people as a cdndidaU for the office of Cotln
ty Surveyor. .
The du'.itis of that ofti 0 t profess to be
ablo to perform, as in well known to the
grcaUr portion of the comuttiiiiiy. . As
to my atandlng id the Democratic pariy:
I claim to ba an avowed supporter of tt.
Although an old line Whig by birth and
education, it becomes my bounden duty,
Binco tha disruption cf ihutpariy, to work
and labor for the election of iUoh rten to
office will with heart and handkeep to-
getner this glorious Union
These men I find in the Democratic
candidates for President and Vice Prea
ident, lo witi Stephen A. Douglas and
If elected, Iplcdire myself lo discharge
my official duties nromnllv. and to tha
satiufiotion of iho public.
iKS: tl. CAurENTKli.
Lithoplis, July 20, 1880.
Tar Ito Oaie'te and Democrat.
Messrs El)tT0R8.Yotir last number
reached us here in. the Northern end of
our county, and tho popie wbo intend to
interest themselves at the cominsr elec
tion, arc clad to know that thev have an
organ, through which the truth mi'.i be
ublished, and the lhterast of the Repub
lican party upheld, and to that end, are
etermiued to take the pap.-r and thereby
hold up the litofds of the 'editois. This
hould be the duty olevty one, for how
can you labor without encouragement of
mat kinu. uur plan here is to rrefuna
lub, and eaeh member subscribe for the
Quzetto Sc Democrat. So evCrv district
should do. A liv.ly ihterCst wjQ'.d be
created, and the principles of the gieat
republican party bo tuirly understood.
Let not the paltry sum of the subscription
bean object. Republicans evory where
remcmoer that the enemy are up und do
ing. If :he masses of tbe parly now in
power arc ignorant, they areimu'if enough
to -understand political organization and
party drill. '
lliey are not only cuch as talk about
certain principles which they uphold, but
llie so styled Democrats men into thoir
pockets and take their paper, Or the pa
per of their party.
lo that portion of the Republican par
ty, who fel ej if they were still olJ line
higs. 1 have but to say, show your
Whig principles, by fighting your ancient
Ibe great issue is the extension of Sla
very in the Territories, or not. The Dem
ocrats advocate its extension-; the Repub
licans opposo it. Here is the point! Upon
this point turns tho destiny of our grraf
country. Give the South tho balance of
power, and monarchy will ensue! Aria o-
cracy is emblazoned on their banner; it
pervades their instilutfofi, aifd is tiieir re-
igion. ' '.
These are great truths and sorious facts;
the people. must know them, a.id ibe only
way to know them is to take the ' paper.
rriendsof tho Repubhoan pnncip'cs. act
In this matter; talk to your nmnhbors, anil
get them to subcribe for the paper which
advocates hits principles, und is besides
a vehicle which conVeve to tut in tho cur
rent news of the day. "
Lithoplis, April 29, 1860.
"Tho doctrine of Herscliel V. John
son, as expressed in his speech in Phila
delphia ia 1 856 is, that capital should
own its own labor. "Ta that tho doctrine
of the Douglas Squatter Sovereignty par
"Concresshas no ritilit to meddle with
the question, of. slavery, in. an oruRniJed
Ten itory; it belongs exclusively to the
Territorial Legislature, whose power is
only limited by the Federal Constitution."
Let us see how this will hitch on. TliC
Supreme Court has deoided thafslavety
does exist in the territories, mid thai their
legislatures have no control over it. The
contention ihu nominated Dottglas, re
solved that, legislation in the territories
is subordinate to the authority of tho I'ourt;
both the decisions that have been made,
and thobC that shall horeaftsr be made
The position of the Statetmffn wants fur
,. Pitosvucia is Ohio .Froift Cvety
Connty of the State, comes the must cheer
ing accounts of continued accessions to
the Republican ranks. The most full and
enthusiastic rganiaiions arc evciy where
being form'od. The majority for LirrCola
and Hamlin in Ohio will reach "70,000.
Mark our word. .
A Great Masa Meeting at Lincoln' Home.
Arrangements have beco made for a
grand masa meetine of tlie ReDublicans
of Illinois, at Springfield, tilths 8ih of
August the, Occasion ot the reassembling
of the State Convention to nominate a
Lieutenant Governor. , '
' A wigwam that willaocomudate 25,000
people is in preparation and the following
gentlemen are announced as speakers;
Senator Trumbull, Tom Cor win, Ossiari
E, Dodge, D. K. Canter, Schuyler Colfax
Caleb B. Smith Edward Rates, Frank
Blair, Carl Suburz, Riohard Yotes, Leon
ard Bwett, and. several others. Chicago
Lincoln iu Indlaua.
The Notr Albaoy Tribune, Evaosville
Journal, Seymoro Tnni, RiBlogSun Visi
tor, -Greencastle Banner, and several other
influcncial papora in Indiana, which have
heretofore opposed tho Republican party,
have hoisted the names of Lincoln and
Uamlin,..and are doing manful duty in
the . Republican ranks. . Indiana is no
longer a doubtful State, hut will stand
by Ohio and her rebuking the wrong ' in
the coming contest.
WIDE AWAKE CI. t'0. .
Lakcastbh, July 31st, 18C0.
The Wide Aak Lincoln Club met
this evening pursuant to adiourament I
n " . M'urameni.
On-Dioion of A. White, B. V, Rriiiuund
WAS Called 10 the Chat , and on routtoa of
J. M. HutpLoO. A. While wai annninLfiil :
The principle ohjcc't'lf tin meeting be
ing the election of officers, ih Club pro
ceed -d (on moron of K M. Clarke) to
elect by ballot the following ofli ers, viz:
1iiRirroan. Beeretarr. tuotam. Kirai h,.
or.d od Thirrl I,ieilUn,i. t!,..,i.j
IUru !.,! IK.., a 1 i, la ,!.:. .L I. j
... ... v ninui rt-Buuea infrimm
Chairman, Gt-o. El!af: Sacretarv W.
J, Webb; Tteanurcr, A. White; Captain,
J. C. Kinkead; litLieu'enant. J. IIhusIisw;
2.1, V. bioncburrifr; 3d, Geo. Orman;
SUndard Hearer, Ed. Stewart; Aids, J.
II. Kinkead, Hchry Rcimnund and J. M.
Anderson. I '-,
On motion Jno. Rcoshaw, the S-creU
ry was lequeewd lo furnish a copy of the
minutes ol the meeting for publication in
the Gazelle ii Democrat
Previous to adjournment the following
suggestion was made by li. F. Reinmund,
and unanimously approved by the Cull.:
Whereas, that as many of ilia ladies of
Lancaster have expressed a dcaire to hnar
the add rt 88 of our renowned and talented
Statesman, S. P CHASE, on Friday eve
ning next, we therefore most cordially in
vite their attendance,, and will for their
comfort, appoint a committee lo wait up
on and provide thorn with com for labia
sea's during the evening.
On motion the Club adjourned to meet
Friday evening, Aug. 3d, 1860.
GEO. EDGAR, Ch'o.
Wat. Wans, Sec.
Special Order, IV o. 5.
Mead Quarlera, lit Brigide,7lh Dir, O. M. ft 0. V. M
LiKCllTEB. AngtMt I, 1M0.
THRCtUALTPIED KLKCTORS of Company "P"
Firat Brlica.le af.jreaid,aro hereby commanded
ui assemble at tlielr armory In Lancaster,
On Frldafi AogUet n, 1800,
and after chooilng three qualifled electora
(one of whom ihall be the higheat officer in
rank present, n.. a candidate) to act ai
Jndges, and one giialiSed elerlor ti act at
Clerk of said election, proceed between the
hnurt of lOo'clovk A.M. and 3 o'clock H.
M., to eleclone Second Llevteuant andone
Third Liautenani of aaid Company, la til
the vai-aitciea occasioned by the promotion
of Second Lieutenant Stafford, and the rittignution of
Third IJeatenant llioe. Said election will he conduct
ed in all re.ipecu In accordance with the Law I and Re-
gnlaUnna. governing fho .Militia and Volunteer Mili
tia of the Male. Hvorilerofrlrig. Oeu. . . Schleich.
JOHN K. BK.tSf.E. Brig. .Major.
ljDcnter, Aujuit 2, 1SCU JwlS
In Fairfleld County Conrf of Com. Pleas.
OeOTge Kan (man. Plaintiff, agalnit John l! Tenaent,
Motion to revive ibraiettl Jttlffmtni.
fit II K. Defendant John HyTennant. ia noil"-).! that
I on April 14, IWtlr, ha llnlnliff Sled in aald I'ourt.
life motion agaimt him. alleging that at the October
t erm of said Court, ts.13, he recovered a jiidrinunt
nfrniiHt him for 13,0.19 damnges.aud coU of auit,
whiih is now dormant, and unreeovered and unsilis
lled either In whole or la part, and piayine- that an
orderinight beeaterud, requiring aal.i Defendant lo
idiow cause by October netl, why the cause should not
hu rovlv.nl against him. and execution awarded there
on. And that su.cn order has been made by said court,
and iinleaa Qs appear and answer by said day, the
said Judgment will he revived and execution awarded
Augusts, 180D-CwlSpfJ35U .
NOTICK ia hereby given, that a petition will be pre
sented to the Commissioners of Pairfteld e.tunty,
on the First Afoaifdy Seal eaiacr acxl, praying for the
vacation of so much of the road leading from I.aneaa.
ler to ilavensport, aa ruusdlagonally throueh the West
half of Section Fifteen, and the Murtheaat corner of
bectlon auKieen in. said ceuntys
AUgUJIg, IWJO JWI9
G. W. PRATT'S
J. C. WEAVER'S HARDWARE STORE
where he has ronsttntty on hind alt kind of
MADE TO ORDER.
Coarse Boots at S3 25 per Pair,
and other tyork dona In proportion.
CASH PAID FOR HIDES.
.ancastsr, Abgust J, I860 SmlS
Rccd, Staffbrd & Co
AT THE OLD STAND OF
t?jV MAiy STREET,
Opposite llic HockingValley Bank;
COJ lintJl! TO flAStrAUl UBIS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
From the buslihatcrista, and at tho lowest cash price
COARSE BOOTS AT $3 50,
and ether work ffi proportion. .
ur.r.1., piArrunu uv.
Lancaster, July 5, 18Cu-3inl4
U,'C..Rhjfc Ta Aa
1 Xj N N E W IS L ILi'S
For all Tbroat and Lung Complaints, from
Common Coughs to Actual Consumption.
JUSTjVY cklk braced .
The Natural und Suie Remedy for all
J From Nrlglatlir"kh aH ensoa whore Opium Was
ver used in tlisl 01 jrciiriB.n srumenr, .unu ins vuiu
nion chief vauseot Dlseaso, . . ,
LOSS 3F SLEEPt
The tteat Central Aettvt ftlneltile f theToln Ano
dyne is atrue development 6T the Original Malitnl
Opiate. In all cusos wherever Opium has been used
and Its baneful effects witnessed, no mark ofours can
dequate".y6nipnre the ditferince, and no decision is
equal to n trial, i no n....u jnw w.itn a i.r, ...-.
ol Opium, and the most delicate constitution can use
Itwllh safety, and the perfectly natural atale II keeps
and leavea tue rauem snvu.u ivcuuishu ii io r..js
clans who have long sought the true devoiopmeut.aud
ia Pail.... i wim want natural results. '
The basis of the Universal Cough Remedy Is that
freedom irnm all eomnoneiita which by the neat error
In sompounding, produce complete Inerls, Instead of
retl CUrCS We yiaoe n res.re.ut oil lb. use e.crj
hour In the day, auu ask all Patient to make it Ibe
uniarai enemy to an I'Oiib..b, .u.u vr ..h.k v.u.u-
Slainls by a perfect freedom or application. For In
mmmnrvHera Throat II Is a Berfecl Kemedr. and
for Whooping Cough checks all Ihe spasms and allows
Ibe Cough to have its run ia a quiet way.
Willi the spirit that we court all Investigation, and
readiness lo answer all inquiries, may we In return
ask all to be cautious to purchase only of those they
can rely upon. '-Prices within the reach of all."
General Aleuts,. J. W. Hunn.well e; Co.. and 8
Commercial whnrr, Boston. ? -.
i.m Hunnnwi.il. iti Wntnr Street. Sew Vork.
Under the special supervision of John L Hunnewell,
Chemist and Pharmaceutist, uosloo, Maasacbusetts,
whose signature covera tbe cork of. the genuine
only, and to wbomaditressau eommunicauons.-.
Sold by all rospecteblo dealers everywhere. -
0. KAUFMAN a CO. AgenU, Lancaster, Ohio.
Sulre, Bcksleind Co. Cincinnati, wholesale agents
VIRGIL E SHAW
.ATTORNEY AT LAW, V
OFFICE On Main Street, over Riorum's Drue
Store. Mays, 16361
fertile OaaeUeaa.4 Ueaoenl.
a rOKT's TMiat ft.
S - iggeaae by hearing- ever.l prtetleal aa4 liberal
appolrrte fvKxol Ike BeptiatCaeKS
Hereof Komeand Ruiae'e klgk glurlee tta
Ol mlBlalera. (eko mora iecr line Jaanboaal,)
Prnclalia ef 0i aad air tl Uie apitii to cealrul,
WboMf trnni tki pttitt ataratkea round tbetoal',
Wkeee arerda, to faahlenable f.rrma raia'd,
flay ruad (he lirt'aar'a bead but never pierce ibe
Jfare wlAee le ,tl,i.r, ,t,l,.ri
ami.i. J.I. .J.-..i
i ('" that Is, we first mast feel
Tbe mighty subject that we would reveal
Kre we can rerch each aympathislng breaatl
Tbon aria more thaa atatee of mere atone,
Wlta double pww'r and double baptism to Impart
The truthe tart wake and penetrate Ibe heart: .
The physical aad mental pow'r as oael
Ntlll preach for Freedom and for Freedom's l-ard,
'Though Chrlsl'i own cruclStio be thy kigb reward!
K. K. U. LEVKKI50.
Lancaster, O .Aug. , IHM.
The Campaiga ia ladinaa
In no Stall! in tha Union is (he canvass
proceeding with such vigor and enthusi
asm as in Indiana. App.iintrncola are out
and mass meeting are being held all over
the Stale at which the ninltitudeit in at
tendance are immenw.niid lhn enthusiasm
unpreceedent. The noble souled Cassiui
M. Clay, of Kentui Ly. is sturnpini; the
State, and id everywhere greeUa by the
conjrre.'ated thounaudai of the people.
itaasanrek, ol Cincinnati is also in this
State at present, and is doing a work that
no other man c. uld do. tin u one ol the
ablest German epeakcra in the Union, was
a Democrat until Democracy sold itself to
the Southern' disunionixta, when, like a
true mag as he ia, he lrft them and is do
ing gallant service in the Re publican
ranks. Nearly tho whole vast German
vote of Indiana will be given to the Re
publican ticket ihi-t fall. Indiana has
ceased to be a doubtful State. Lincoln is
aa sure to carry that Staters Olio, or New
Look on thin Picture.
Repcbucan Doctkines Laud for tbe
Undlesa, and protection to American in
dustry and the rights of all men.
Aad then on Thlt.
Democratic DoctRisigd. Slaves for the
slavelcas, and protection lo Slavery und
the rights of the slaveholders.
Corrected tbeekly ly Hyyt Lgont.
Coffee 16o Sugar 10 He
Kggs 8 Molasses CO
Lard 10 Suit 81 li
Bacon 8 10c Butter 10
Wheat per bushel 890 (a. 05 .
Flour per barrel, 85 00(!i5 25.
Com 35o OaU 25c Barley 70d
Fish per hair barrel, White S5 75;
Pickerel, $5 00; Bass 5 00.
LANCAKTKK LOPGK.No.S7 July 31 , IBCU
KSCAMPMEST, Ko. 9. ...August 7
Jolyta, I8H0. O. STKIWMA.1. KecordeT.
V Ow Bm.
fHARlTV LODGE, So. 7, ifiee'ta everj Jlftuiay
ItOCKHOOKIXa ENCAMPMENT. Kn.V. aitelt
id end 4th Thursday heraings la each mouth. '
Ltucastor, aprtl IX, iwu !.'ti
rllfl'S (rhdefsigned, Adininlslrators of tha Estate of
f. C. Il.itr, deceased, will offer al public aale,
at the resldeuce oTtLh deceased,
On Saturday , Angnart 4, 1800,
. The following property lo-wlt:
TS Mew JImalfiitliLo-a
- ONE UNFINISHED BUGGY.
a $ET$ BLACKSMITH'S TOOLS
and a large W of
CARRIAGE L BU3GY MAttlNG TOOL8,
in addition to a large raitefy nt
AND UNFINISHED WORK.
farrhigc and Huggy THakeri are eaf ecially tnvrted.
as it will be to vheir iiitoTeatto attend. Aisot lot or
Together with many other articles too numerous to
mention. A credit ofsix mouths will be given.
CKOKOK J. WVCtl.V,
Juty If), tfifift ilwlo Adminlstrsiors.
On Monday the ISth 'ay of August 1800, atrhe iloftr
of the Court House In Lancadier. Ohio, I h 111 cf -fer
for aalo the following Heal Estate to-w it: the Konb
enst quarter of section No. alio Township No. 14. of
Knnge Wo. 1U, ezoepting fifty acres taken.iff the east
aidenYsald'Ttuarlorasetion, the land to bo sold con
taining Hi) acroi more or less .
Vtrsn ff sett One-third he porcliase money In
hand on the day ofasf.e, Onc-llilrd in one year, anil the
balance In two )ra, with interest on deferred pay
fkanla rroKldToTnle. Dated .Inly IHIh. IflfiU.
jurt. n. .Mu.nAuou,Aum'tcr.
Wlihthe will annexed of Jon iuuvt dee'd.
July II), Idou 3wl,
fTtl!H Lancaster Ohio Msnufsotarlng Coiristj will
J Offer at public sate,
Oa TWrwar, Attettt &Ot 1800
ntiVhe premise, ta the city of Lancaster, Ohio-, at
their Huildliiga, Machinery and Heal r:iate,cons!stiag
of a Three Hlory Brick Bonding, 3'JS by HO teet, and
a One Ktoty BYtck Shed Bnlldng anJolAHig the raatn
hnllding, STOby HUfeet, srlth Hrlck Kngineand Boiler
Nouses and a Krlck chimnev-tUck FO leut high, hrlck
Ollice, and a Crib capable cfholding JO.OUO bushels of
Uon awaarjout Five Acres or ground, snaateu w.m.n
thcsonth'ernllTnRsoTsaMelty. The engine Isa 1(
horse power, with two 6 Inch forcing pumps attached!
The Burldlngsan Machinery are all new, and were
erected and eeulpped aa a Starch Pavtety, for the
wianufaethrlug of Starch from Indian Cam, but could
be readily and cheaply courerted Into a manufactur
ing eslnbllshinent for other purposes, if desirable.
Upon the premises II a powerful and never-fallliif
Hiirtng, ftpure water, capalle or fdrnlshing S.Oiioio
IO.imhj harrelsorpure water every twenty-rouf hours.
The above eslablishmeut Is l-wated on the bank of the
HockingValley Canal, with a substantial Wharf be
longing to the same, and Is within twenty rods of the
Depot of the Cincinnati, Wilmington aad Zanesvllle
Kallrnsd, and is every way one of the best located
works in tnerouairy The whole will be eoldeta
great bargain, and is well worth the attention and ex
amination of purchases. I be terms of sale will be
made known on the day of sale.
P. V. THUMP, Pres't. L. 0. M. Co.
Lancaster, Ohio. July SO. I860 5w 17
j 1 i ' '.'.'
tst Brig. 7th Division, 0. M. ds 0. V. M.
Lancaster, Ohio, July 24,1800.
Special Order, Ao. 8.
TATOTICE Is hereby given lo Ihe qusliSed
AwS''SIl electors of Company "B" Light Infantry.
ywsMFlist Battalion Hrlr.de aforesaid, to assemble
Mtiaat the OI.0 CITY HALL. I.sncasler. Ohio, on
FRIDAY the loth of AUGUST, IBftt', and there, after
havlnr choeen three nualifled electors to act a. Judges
of said election and one qualified elector to act aa
Clerks who snail be duly sworn according to-iaw.n
eead 10 the election ol one Cantata, one First. Lit
tenant, one aecoud Ltoulenahl, one Third Lieu
tenant, and one Kntle-n of said Company. Said elec
tion to be conducted in all respects according n the
Laws and wegulsttons governing the Militia and vol
unteer Militia of Ohio.
By order of Brig. General If. Sehlelch.
JOHN U. UKAbKK, Brigade Major.
July M, ISM 3wl7
. LANCASTER sOUIO.
Prompt (ttentlnfl given to Calleotlnu.
ir70FFICR with FtlBohcoub at Clarke.
joiix BUdiin tv,
S IIOK-Seosld Comet ,M la aad Celumbna atreeU.
Uaeaeter, Jee 7, litu letf
COAL OIL LAMPS
WITH CHI MIEVS A.ND LAMP rHIw.Mlnr.S
generally. at the CHlSAStOKK.
Mncaster, JUiy it, iw in
stone, Yellow-ware atul
Improved from last year, for eale at Ihw
Uaeaeter, July W. IbS IMI CHIXA STORE.
William A. Stewart,
IN GREENE'S BLOCK,
)felle Ike Tallmaslfa Ilastee,
Keeps elwayaoa hand a large etocfc of
AND QUEENSWARE, .
Table Catilery Spoous, Waiter.
BIRD CAGES. &e., 4c.
And alwaya In receiptor something aew.
Umaaler, July I J. IOVJ--IJif
NEW FRUIT JAR.
fOFFKR FOR .AI.r.lheSKWOl.tHS PRIMTJAR
which cloees at the lop with a screw aad India rub
ber bend, whteh perferUy .set .ides ibe air. It la al
wee the met perfect and eaasesl maaeged )ar yet la
reeled. Come and examine Ibem.
Uaeaeter, Jety , l60 MM
AND ALL OTHERS
INTERESTED IN GOOD FLOUR.
ril M AT old Mi1lr.UaraiiiM thKnr1r NtMra
l .Ulllaatthe Knth cud nf Broadway, nvar the
Worrttea faeMrv, when ko kopj. tA tviei all old
ruMimr : and t would j" tltam. ttit ke U erj
thankful for .t.ir tnrmnr palr)ac, kt.ii.f ikf will
arsiQ favor ma win meir gnaaittt;. n i um at
li na the Mill la JCk4 ordeT.and wiUJa all in til: ytw
erttociverry mum ff4 nur, ana a ro4 inra
at ho itto. u ifiro bit oto anMi K iKo
Mtll.aud criud all gfiUlhal cftmt m m f
k). KETCIIt'ti 4t 1X1 Z.
UncMter, Ohio, Jul; IS, 1t0 4wli
Coraer at Foartk ana Tine Street.
OPPOSlTfcTHE POST OFFICE,
s. Imeiaitatl, lima.
51X0VS StW SIX STORV BflLBtSC J
f TF.l.lHeM the most thoroagh Commerelal Oel-
I I lege tn tbe Uaioa Coarse ef atedy embraces
more thaa that of any ether Commescial CoHefe.
Ktclurive power ef awardlag diplomas betwg veeted
in a aoara oi Miii, ne graeewiea nana asac
centttanta ta the foremost rank, iu asiartmewta a.4
excelled In dimensions or gnisb. Located ia the most
active and faehtoaabte thoroegSilsre al the cwatrsl
termm ot tne rrrect runwaya.
Mlf.ES 6KEF.S Woort, GKX. S. t. CAHeV.
HON. J. L VAITIKR. KKV. )K. I. M. WISE,
. Jl'liGE MVIiON H. l ILOt.V.
Rlharel .tfelaam, Aaibor of .Nelson's Mer
canine jintnmeuc," rnncipal vl AriUiuietic i'epart
Jataea nr. Wattera,taie Associate Prtnrlpsl
of hWilein Cetlege, Paaeipal Bouikefilsrl'fcrrt-
Willlailt Allars Millar, late Superiatndenl
Penman of Vron t:tty Coflere, formerly ofUanletl's.
-Prificspal of PeJlfnenffrtp Departmeut.
The prlacifials. haeiug been far yean althetieul oT
their respective depsYlmeafts tn the principal Institu
tions of the clars in 'this country, Jed by a rr CJ
disriag ei'sArc fcecters, combine in Qneen City Col
lege, allthe excellences and Improvements that have
tnus Tar oeeuaereiopeo. in commercial education.
Good treeuatantsare atwayi iu demand at emtmrif
VortO0to SOW). Sudanis enter at any lime. Hit
Kend immediately for specimens of Peamansldf and
circulars containing full partlculara.
Ac dress, (inclosing six cents.)
KKLsb.N, WaTTEBS A MII.LRR,
. Queen CHy College, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Dissolution cf PrtnisrsMp.
fTHK ParinershipheTetorureexltingbeteen SM
1 EOS H. Blt'KfORU A 50H.1 C. DAVIS Intbe
lAiicaster Woollen Factory, Lancaster Otilo.1s hv mn
tual consent, this day dissolved. The books and ac
counts of said Arm are io'Ae .possession of eatd Sim
eon H. Blckford. who Is auttioriaed lo collect and set
tle IheaccftBtiis aud businessof said flrm. ft. wMI be
fsund a'lal times at the place of business-, formerly
Occapled by said grRt. Xllnersons ludetiied t. aaiil
flrm are req. ested te come Torwnrd and make Imme
diate payment. MtKON 8. RICKFOfii),
May 10, IsHVTt'f JOHN C. UAV1R.
STINCHCOMB & CLARKE,
. ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OPrick-iTsr.n.aoe Block etf.nJ Siot-r first
oWrtothe right at tbe head of the main.
J. W. STINCHCOMB. H.JI. CLARK!
April ft. im-til
Is tha Agent for all tbe must reliable tlarveilera;
Combined REAPER & MOWLR,
ttuarairteed the host !u the world;
NEW YORK REAPER,
. - ,r . ' -v -
Netv V6rlt CamaiUest ItcaparcV Mower,
A well known and popular Machine;
Wltich was awnrdwc rha first premium everMantly's
Machine, at Ryraen.e trial, and gnaranteiM a Bret rate
nct,ie. FinHhH'S wronglit MOWKK, made at
rruda atSprinRfteld,Obio,(iainaiMMllon macbloe
SOKtiO St OAU ITI ILLS,
hnVsi arranr emanti bV which I Can retalLaost ant
tit.prorerant lh farmer may need.
Farmcra wiitiiitc Keaprer Mowra,nftU oaaiaena
in their orderear(y, at (bay often fet dlaappointad bf
wailing until barreotia uponthm. I aim manuffiC'
tnra RKt.RY'S "IMPHOVKOGRAlS I)rtirXT'CUT
TlNG BOXES, J-c, warranted tha bast in me.
Lancaster, May 84, IPGOtm
Eitate at Lenta iiw-athti
TOTICK is hereby gIVeh, that Ihe undersigned has
W been auDointed and dnlyqualifled as Adminis
trator of tbe Kstalr of J08BPH LVNN.dereaaed,late
of Amanda lownshin, Fairfield rouatt. Ohio; All
persons having claim! against said Kalale will present
them for settlement, legally authenticated within one
year and all inoee indented will mat immediate
payment. viia,i.i4s rtire, Anu tor.
July W. '.P80-awl?
Fatala et Jackson T. tsolllnioai. '
NOTICE is hereby given, that the undersigned has
been appointed and dnly qualified as Administra
trix of the kilsle or JACKSON F. DOLL'SSON, de
ceased, late of Fairfield cooaly, Ohio. All persona
having claims against said Kstste will present tbem
for settlement, legal ly authenticated within one year
and all thoee In. ebted will mske immediate pay
ment. fcLlKA ASS DOU.ISSON, Adm'lrla.
July it, loO-wl? -
Kaiaia al Walter Iflerarlanel.
NOTIC B Is hereby given, that the anderslgned 'has
been appointed and duly Qualified aa Administra
tor of the Estate of Wlier .tic garland, deoeaead, late
of Fairfield county, Ohio. All persona baring claims
against said K stele will present thsna foe settlement,
legall' autheiuicaied within on year aid nil those
tnaentea wm msaeimmemate navmen.
WILLIAM Mcf aULAMD, Admlor
July t 180 3wtt , , . l
TR Bir.ELOW'8 or riCan ts at his Oil
II Raaidenca.un Wheeling Ureal, neartelumbu
RtTe.t.-.wkeie he e111 attend tuall the calls of itsprof
feaston, Lancaster, Augusts, If it 14f
I HA Va saeelfe4 a large totafiae
HEW AIR TIGHT FRUIT JAR.
they are of the TalloW W.lgg, ed will Mllrely
aeperrede tha Ita, of atone yara, a areweal at belag
air-Htht, aad free from eosmetea ei reil.
Gcaeral !!! Faralaklag Eatabllihaweat,
as heretofore. Also.
Stovo-Pipe and Sheet-Iron Work
8P0UTIS0 AND TII-ROOPISO
alleaded lo at abort aoiice. JOHS WOHK.
uoeaster, Mey 31, IbM tast
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
RazHr,i Coraer, l.aaertMrr, QJilo
WK haseoa hagd, fee aale.a eholce aad well se
lected Ktork of
Oratf e, naaiclaaa, Palala, Olle, Pye.
Slaffe, faleat frIalclaiea,Ferf
rf , rallIArtlela,raaicf Oaade.avc.
le addltloa In the above, we has. also a chulce aad
selected Mock of
Kmhrarlng nearly efer aKIcle aseally kent la are
ull Grocery Katahltshmeni. To all of which wa re
teectruiiy taviietatattefiMwii ofrasa perrhasers.
M. 8 a J. A. HUatetf.
Lancaster, March?.',lNll-i;i, -
CITY HARNESS SHOP!
i.. o. n.tvis.
C. t. WATTS.
DAVIS fc WATTS,
I. the reema recently occupied b t . O. Paela, Mar
lie's row, reipecifalle leva. alMcMtoa to their
SUPERIOR Slock of HARNESS,
COLLARS. WHIPS, TRUNKS.
Their rituek eoniprliua
SILVER, BRASS AND BUCK MOUNTED HARNESS,
Alea-Wagan) and Flaw flarmeaa.
They are determined sh4o he tumaseed la the stvle
and quality of their soede.
i ney nave also a 1 rimming rk'ip, where
BIGV AD CARRIAGE TRIMI.(.
will he dene en shrt notice, and la superior iljle.
iacsnsv, ay jllenu lix
HATS a CAPS.
If the Tallsnadge Blak,mext elaarts
tkc ratramae la the tlalet.
Has reckiveu heu hi'ki.vo srocii op
of Ua taeA 1ftV) mtt4 Uie jla; itrcladinf a
all of w hieh ehe Is seNiagrareaelMt becrtimes prices.
Hhe te determined net rivaled, etih-r in stile
erprlee. Laaraetee, May 17, IMv-JoiT
AS removed his office to the Sh seder Block, Iwa
I I doorr South of H. B. Hnntera fVar Mare,
KesideiM--Kvroleld Bulldhic. SorwJS
Main and V-tluw.bua Streets.
Lancaster April 5. 1KW. 3ml.
THE LITTLE GIANT
IX .TtAItUET GCT. MORE,
WITH A STOCK OP
Summer Dry Goods,
LAWNS. FANC? ORGANDIES,
LACE DO SILK LACE,
CAi'Es. Latest styles,
A SPLENDID T"CK OP
A line aaaortment of
LADIES' Fl.XB DltKSS SHOES,
(failure on I y 4S cr-nta a pair.
Yat hirhevt market prtce pair for Bnitcrand Eggs.
May IT, IKW-Trf JIMMV LVO.Ns.
ffrat.'.y umen Blood iiflon bring
alwats presents us with the same essenilal elements
and gives of euOTie Ibe 1 WU K. ST A Nt) A K U. A nai le
the Blood of a person aoffeAiut from Consumption,
Liter Complaint. I)fepet, hcrofuls. tc. and we
nd inevery tn-tewcerwrtai. detclemies Iu the red
globnles of Blood . bupl) these dr Ituencies. and uu
re made well. The BI.OOl) FOOD is founded upon
Ibis Theory betiee its snoTHihl. gucce. There ar.-
f'lVK Pit ErAHATItOS
adapted to the rieHciruclea tif ihe rllo. Ii- .li Jciei..
dtseaeei. For Crafts. CrMs, Jrenesifis.or e allee
tiou whatever of the TAreet or .' iuduclrif C
, sapriea, use So. 1, w men Is also tne .ao lor urines
s.ea Spirit, ...t of Jtppetttr, mn& Inr all C&ieat
Complaints arising ir.m uesr-ers, ittmrut ri.aiy.
sod .Vccees ProMfrotion. Snt.UiT Lirrr Coirp'niit'.
So S. for Uf Beingalreadyprepared rn. tih-
sorDlion ilis Tulsa te re.s ati.U-arrietl in. n-.cO int-rly
Into thectrc-jlntien. o thai whsl yoorolntoti r.-tniii.
The .No. 4 Is for Vim tit Irrefuleriliee, i,nr.o. ffret-
mftios.tt. See spi..l ilir.irll.l.s lor una. r.r Bf?
aAsaa. ai.. ', .r'.uj. Ai4as; and Blotitr
Complainlt.ntf No. .1. In all cases Ihe directions
must be strictly folttiaad. f'neo of Iho Blood foot
S i per bottle.
SatpvJH )l 'osl
1M IU I '
ejlloq qee Cuedmo.ida snoltiojip
II". taa'C5 1 MJH timP ATlt in'tu
totuta paa 'ftuiiiq iJjiod uodn Alia nt-
noi .qi'ivijHO;i M l(X!vV1Ml . SIOJ .'HJia "'t
tlOa 9 'pilUO (til t.llIuiU;i rtUliUHJIH J
ttpaaiai.4v aq. t Jtja )o taiijjjvii o mn m vioh
llllatOJ 0 JIH4e1 ! MJt'l JH3nh.-IIUJ 3u nnU1)
pot pat vioqi uoji nimAf ui pn uoipiMj
jno joqisi pua iH 'HsHia noi ty
40 aeifntio jo laiVJ (t u ftajnK dtintvjiin t)ii w
pdin i if sipoiuw'fa-tlMa u Juiftq nlv iaviii,
a I ! J'HA(!i(j pii'-)ojnil qi Xuiivtn.u 'uni.rjttii.
l atiiJnptj munj( i) Htnua!" jj owiu kWrj pin
-" it . pio p'm t3"ts larvr
-HflO ioJ uona, u oonnj-1jd tjttjn Ca
fH lutinrumoj ii 'U9. tnii ao j rtiji;iciiijf
t a iqiOeiaiiaJ ajojejqi pai'pon jo
3XVIJO IIO 31U0O3U J ON
lq IVqi not MtH AO 03 lHl : 4j tun ptm
Jiam ai j( titv-a oil, ni ua ai) j'!-
fuo.aajrai aj t ivjdatu anaq iiH puii
sitioiri ii a
jo esftd m n Uai(vjd i(isp aje iptninoqx
KoldbyCHCRCH d DUPOKT, Druggists,
No.4io. Broadway, 9s York.
And all respectabte Druggist throughout the country
January 12, loud Iy3?
rjHU I KKDand WHITRRPOTrHDor HIDEIl
fcSsTA COW, of the Durham Flock., left mo
Q2ZlL earlv In the Knrlnr. and baa not since been
heard from, rbe Is alarge Da Cow, aud I will re
ward any person properly, who will return ker to me,
or give aueh Information as will enable nielo find her,
B WJU4AM H. bHl'H,
Lancaster, July j, 1P00 It
T HIRRBTannnnnee to my old customer, and the
I public generallv.lhal I have re-opened my OLU
BRICK VAKD, North ofLanrasler, and will auipl
Brick of lbs very best auaHty, al very fair prices
Olvevour old friend a nail. DAVID COWDK.N.
Lancaster, May 31, 18e-ttt
K. H. HUNTER.
J. A. BUSTER
H. H, HUNTER & SON,
Attarney aael Canneetlara at law.
FICK-Sba-iTer House, up stairs. Entrance Weal
aster, april 19, lW0-3lf
Lancaster, aprll ia, leuif
WUhlngfrom TWtfl l!tfwenllSg.
Lancaster, februtry i:,l5-ta J. rj. U f AT)