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(Excite & democrat,
KDtTOnt f MOPRIKTOHM. m .. & OFFICE Left at the Heee el the Rtalre. CITY 0? LAS CASTER: THURSDAY, SfiPT. 6, 18150. ARRIVALS Sl DEPARTURES OF MAILS, At LBBcaeteri Bf Hallroad. Can Roiti West ii oil A.M. Care Koine Kaat : 1 i p. H. Accommodation colng Wail 7 15 p. M. Tula Train, on Saturday ntfhl, lays over at Lauras, tor, and reeumea ila trip on Buuday Konlnr ai above. Accommodation going East 5 511 A. M. Tbli Train. an Saturday iiiirht, I. yt over at Uncai tar, and retumet its trlpou Monday Morulug,ataboY0. Hf Coachoa. To Columbus arary day, except Sunday aid A.M. Arriv.aal Lancaster 6 P. M. ToUa;an,avaryday,txcaplSundayat....8 A. M. A rrlveaal Lancaster i a. ...6 P. M. Accainmodatipnaaoh day, arrives d parlaat 13 M, On Hor.ebaclc. To nnltimore, arrives and depart! orary Tuesday and Friday. . To New Kalora, arrives and departa evary Tueiday and Friday. r To Claarnort, arary Thurtday light, and relurni Friday nlirht To Carroll, arrieet and depart, evary Tueadayand Frultv nlghls. atTo'elorc To Rusuville. arary Tuesday and Friday at 13 M. and returns same evening, Our County Ticket. We publish elsewhere, in this paper, our county ticket. It is strong compos ed of honest and capable men, who need ho eulogy from us. This ticket was the choice of the Republican masses, and we believe if the good people of FuiiGeld understood their true interest it would be elected this fall. XSTThe ladies of Lancaster will pre sent the 'Wide Awake Club' with a splen did Silk Banner, worth 8100. This banner is to be held in (rust by the Wide Awakes, to be given lo the town ship giving the largest increased rote for V. B. Horton in Oct., in trust for the township giving the largest increased vote Tor Lincoln in NoVembtTv This is a prize well worth contending for. Crim Sc. Sturgeon. Wo have just seen letter from Sam'l4 Crim. dated Stockton, Cal., Aug. 9, I860, whiuh contains the gratifying news of his arrival in that city. The letter states that the whole party were well in the beat of spi, its, and that everything had gone well w.ih them during tbeir long journey. Stockton is about 50 miles distant fioni Sail Francisco. jC3TYe invito attention to the adver tisement of Mr. Andrew Reid, to be found tlsewhcre in to-days paper. Mr.' Reid has opened a magniGcent assortment of new goods of every variety, whioh he proposes to sell at lower rates than they can be bought at, in any other Dry Quods House in the city. We hope purchasers will call and examine bis stock. JCJTTlie Eagle of last wetk has a- low contemptible flng at Cassius M. Clay, for liis use nf ' -bourbon" in public speaking. Well little butter is to be expected from 'one who had ''rather make speeches before a doggery than a church." We have no 'comment upon the Eagle's article, except that ''mtn who live iu glass houses should throw no stones." &g Little & DaBAcH aro just rc ceiving a new, large and splendid assort ment of Fall and Winter Goods. ''Sam" has return-d from the East in high glee, satisfied that he has "laid in" the best and most fashionable stock uf goods yet offered in Lancaster. ''Sum" is an excel lent judge and purchasers would do well llo call and examine. They propesoto ofs for them cheaper than ever before. Look out for their advertisement iu our next is sue. afSrYVe understand that our young friends, Joseph Bisu and John Tuthill are about opening a Book and Jewelry IStore in Logan. "Jos" an! "John" are thorough going voting men and havo our b5t wishes tor 'their success. ;Ciy We learn from the Secretary ol the 'Fairfield County Agricultural Society, , )thatS. S. Williams of Granville, Licking 'ccunty will exhibit speoimens of iinpoitcd - Cashmere Goals at our County Fair, Oct. ' , IQthy 11th. and 18th. XJT The Baptist Church on Columbus Street bs been very handsomely refitted, f and isogaitt ready for services. The or dinance ol baptism will be administered by their Postor, Rev. E. F. Strici.anO) on the coming Sabbath, after morning ser vico. ' LOST! On Saturday last by our old 1 ' 'fiiend Christ. Rudolph, a pair bf gold Spectacles, which are of great value' to him. The fiudor will be liberally reward 'ed by returning them to Mr. Rudolph. THAT SLANDER. 'Some of the unscrupulous demagogues of the Demociatio party are circulating the false, scandlous, and contomptablo re port that V. B. Horton's money is used far Imvinrr'un Democratic votes. This o r .thing is not only a slander upon Mr. Hor ton, but it is an imputation upon the lion 'est "Democratic masses of this community. No Republican ever thought of such a thing, and for Democratic stump spcakors to be holding forth the idea that Demo cratic votes aro a purohastblo commodity is simply scandalous for Democratic epeakors to urge the people not to be 'bought and sold like cattle," as was done tit the town Hall the other 'evening, is an insult to the honesty and intelligence of this oommunity. - . J3TScverl communications, and i number of obituary notices which are un avoidably orowded out this week will ap Fairfield oounty ia the Banner Demo orttio county of Ohio, here are to be found the Democrats who fail to see how far the party has drifted fiom the princi ple! of jACKfloif, and wbothink he is Pres ident yet. But slow ss they are to re oeiva new ideas, and to reason for them selves, and to consider their own political interests, we are not prepared to assert that the Democrats of Lancaster are the type of the Democracy of the county. Future history will record Lancaster as the lust strong hold of tho Democratic party. When the fire eaters and secessionists of the South, after looking in vain for the ' oveh act,' under tho administration uf Abiuham Lincoln, which might justify resistance shall have concluded that their own true interests and those of the coun try aro safe- in the hands of the Republi can patty, and wisoly submit that tho ma jority shall rule, still in Lancaster, the swell mob of modern Democraay will hold its fanatic rovols, and driven by defeat to desperation will, by actions peculiar to itself, continue to outrage tho common decencies and proprieties of civilized life. Already we seo the effect whioh the pros pect ol sure defeat is producing upon the Lancaster Democracy. We saw it last Saturday night when the "Wide Awakes," having called Messrs. Sherman and Hor ton, who procetdod, in a gentlemanly man ner to make short addresses to tho crowd, a party of Democratic rowdies gathered around and by shouts and yells fur Doug las greatly disturbed the meeting, and dis graced themselves Nothing but foibear ance, on the part of the Repu licahs, pre vented a genetal row, for the disturbance indicated that it was a preooncerted thing, and that (hey were prepared to eustsin themselves in it. Had the Republicans been as lull ol whiskey they would proba bly beed as full of tight. We saw it in the 6ffortsof the Democracy to embarrass, in various ways, the meetings appointed sever 1 weeks ago for Mr. IIassaubkk to adHrcst the Germans of this oily, in their Ajwo lnguaupon the polit;jsies of the day Among the various attempts at annoy ance, we may mention the followiccr: The gettiug up of a meeting (or the same eve ning, when the "Litt'e Giants" should an- A pear for the nrBt timo in torch-light pro- cossiun, and vigorous exertions mado to place torohes tri th'6 hands of Gorman cit izens so that they urght be pre occupied, and not hear Mr. II. Then came an ef fort to pruvent the holding of the meeting in the Court House, on tho flimsy pro tenco that it had been cleaned out for hold ing court the next day, althouh a year ago court adjourned in the midst of its session that Judre Thurman might make a Democratic speech therein. Again wo say to those who wish to be "in at the death" of modern Dompcrapy that Lancaster will be the place to witness it, "Tor it will sur vive a fow months longir here than any where else iu the country, and after the sponge has been thrown up by the party throughout the country, democracy will retire, to this, its corner, whore a few ol its backers and bottle holders will insist that it shall be carried to tho scratch that it may strike out wildly a few times more. Republican Ms Sleeting in Fairfield. -lion. Jolm Shi'riimn on His Old Stamp iug Ground. V. Ii. Horton in the Dem ocratic Strong-Hold. -OlmtSn's Friends Looking niue. Agreeable to previous announcement the poople oame in on Saturday las', to hear Shermas and Horton. Many had known "John" when a boy; they heard of him in his manhood as the leader of tlit Republicans in the last Congress as the able, earnest, and eloquent advocntc of Republican principles and as the merci less pursuer ol falsehood, fraud and cor ruption in all thoir varied bhapes, and tl.ey were anxious to hear him in his viu dication of tight, on his own stamping gmund. Thoy had heard of IIoRroN, of his lion est face, manly bearing, and determined efforts for "the right," and having made up their minds to vote for him, catuo iu to see and hear the man that was to repre sent them in ti e next Congress. They came in without display. One by one they came until main street was block ed up with living men. At 2 o'clock tho speaking cgan. Our next Congressman (V, B. Horton) made the opening spoech For nearly an hour and a half he held the attention of his large audience in a clear dignified, ami forcible exposition of the issues that divide tho panics. Ills effort was well recolvsJ, nild it pdssiblo placed Mr. Horton higlier In tho estimation of his friends. Mr. Siiermn mads ono of his happiest and finost efforts. It was a complete speech exhausting every branch of the subject ho touched. His review of Mr Douglas was overwhelming. Ha chasod quatter sovereignty into its hole suiokcd it out, chased it back again, cut off its re treat and left it there to die We should be glad to givo a full report bf Mr. Sues man's epceoh but lack of space forbids In the evening the Wido Awakes wore out in full force. , SiikrmAs and Horton wete called f.u' and briefly addressed the thousands present. Martin s 'modus are "blue " ana "cur riih" ovor Saturday's work. XOurgood friond, Dr. II. Soott, preparing to issue the first No. ot his new paper, "Th$ Age of Virtue," from this of fice. This paper is designed to be purely literary. It is a thing much .needed in this section of Ohio, and wC hope tbe public will give it a hearty and earnest JtarThi Locofoco (Douglas) demon tralioa on Tuesday evening, gotten up expressly to prevent our German follow oilizeni from hearing Mr. IIassai'RKk, was, take it all In all, a lamentable affair. It no doubt, however, succeeded to some extent in Its original purpose, although we noticed among Mr. Ilassaurck's au dience, the faces of many of our most sub- staniialGerman citizens, who have express ed themtclves quite delighted with the pcech. ' We regret much to Htate that wo were unable to understand the speaker ourselves, so that we might be able to give a full report of his fpeech. This much however we can say most emphat- ally, that in close and uninterrupted at teotion to tha speaker, and manly decorum throughout, our German friends have giv en an example in deportment at public meetings, which wo would do well to profit by. The torrh light procession which was conceived and gotten up in tho true "Plug Ugly' epmt of modern Democracy, was probabably only prevented from becom ing moro demonstrative upon the Ger man m-etlng, ly a general expression of indignation on the part ot all our beit citizens of all parlies, at the acknowledged purpose ol the demonstration. i lie tlireu hundred lurches which were to strike terror to tlo hearts of the "Wide A wkes" and drive Republicanism to the wall in utter despair dwindled accordinr to the most liberal count, to onu hundred slid eiehty-fie; although many could make but one hundred and seventy-one all told and the procession was swelled to this number by a large accession of hoys. This in a township boastjng a large Democratic majority, we can but charac terize as a fizzle. We noticed many trai.s parencies in (he procession, not a single one however, having any point. It is ex ceedingly fortunato that the large African ititbndM to tipitv Hannibal Hamlin, was not clothed in tho habiliments of a negro wench had it been so the "whit? headed boy" would probably have I een more disturbed by it than those at whom this kind of low, dirty insult was aimed. 1 he less that is said about woolly heads in this region particularly, the better. We understand that Mr. Hassaurek is to address the Germans of this vicinity again during the canvas, at a lime when he cm be heard. The speech of Mr. Manypenny, the lead'tig Democratic Editor of Ohio," was not heard, even by many of his political friends who surrounded him, (he noise and confusion were so great. The most inter esting potformance of the evening, was decidedly, t h o antics of our Sly (nchloich) young Senator at the opening o( the ceremonies and the introduction ot the "leading Editor" etc., etc. For tlio Gazotte and Domocrut. Editors Gazette & Democrat: Wednesday evening, 20th inst. was ap pointed for a grand rally of the DouUs Democracy in rleasantvule. Handbills were posted at nearly every grocery and r.ross road in the county, announcing that Council, the ledoubtable editor ot the Buzzard," and one Oeorg L. Sites, wo'd address ' the assembled multitude. We having lorrted a very high opinion of Mr. Connell as an orator, attended. We ex pected to find tbe place of meeting like the trangcr who goes to Jirooklvn, to hear Henry Ward Beecher, "by following the crowd." The speakers were escorted from Lancaster by ten of the "faithful:" and the vast crowd, fifty one, all told, in eluding Lilnok Republicans, Breckinridge men and little boys, tinallv concentrated at the school-house. Mr. tonnell then pro ceodrd to disouss the issues before the peoplo His appearance on the stand was greeted with trumendous stamping by a little boy in the corner, and one sandy topped individual with red whiskers, who was once desirous ot serving the "dear peop'o" in tho capacity of treasurer. Mr. (Junnell, atier telling the p'opt how exceedingly happy hu was to once more have the opportunity of addressing them on the political topics ot the day said "how that lie had addressed tho JJemoc racy of Amanda," and ''how that they would not let him leave until he addressed them three times in one day, and he firm' ly believed that it tliey could have ptc ailed on him to stay, thai they would have beon there yet. Mr. Connoll hoped that his Democratio Griends, in Tleasint, would be equally on thii8iastic. He then made this generous offer: tha', tho township that turned out the most young men, dressed in uniform (to consist ola hickory shirt and chip hat, at their mass meeting would bo prcsoDtrd with a banner. He nattered tho young Democrats ol Phasant that they would be likely to obtain it. Wo thought so too taking the crowd as a criterion. It wns tho most egotistical harangue we ever heard. Aside from his denunciation of Cassius M. Clay, th6 only issue he pic so n ted was "Douuhis and Cliarly Martin." roar louowi lie ia in ins wrong pmce, uuu he knows it. The "wildest enthusiasm" did nl prevail, and tho orator, disgusted Willi 1113 now uouoy oi popular noveremu ly," sat down to tbe great relief of the au -.1 i i . i i r 1 1 i : dienoe Mr. Sitas then took the stand and pro ceeded to define the Dred Scott decision but not knowing anything about it himself ho did not succeed in enlightening the au dierico. lie loved tho Democratio party dearlg, because -thuy had Voted for a bill to pension tho soldiers ot 1812, and there by opened a way tor him to make a living Probably some of the widow women that employed hi m to collect pension money could explain why he loved that bill. He was slowly uncoiling himself to makd a ptthotio appeal to the peoplt to save tli Union, when he found that thero was only thirty-two awake, including the 'ton' from Lancaster. In vain bo turned to the 1 res ident of tho meeting, but he too, was nod ding obuisance to tho drowsy god. Tho snonrig evidently disturbed the speaker and ho sat down, and tho audienco, unable to raise a cheer, tho "ten' gave them gratuitous song and dispersed. What is the reason the Democracy cannot raise crowd in Pleasantville? We think wo can tell the reason. Siuce tbe proposition to build a oollege there the grocery keepers have lore down their barrs and quit selling wbiskey. . This acooun ts tor tbe Email crowd. Oh! ye "unterrified," if you wish to draw laTge crowds, get up a petition to havo them atop building tbat college, and again retail glorious eld Btrjchnine whis ky. W. For Uia Oautta and Democrat. From Our Owa CorreapoadeaU New Yore, Aug. 26, !8C0. As I perceive my former cominuniiyi tious arrived too late for insertion, in future I will wiite on Saturday iiis'ead of Monday, and hdpo that you may get them in season for your Tburiilay'a paper. Business in thi city for the past we-k has been gd mJ, veryijood. Ti,e VHles have been heavier than for the coirvaponding weeks of last year, and payments from tin interior have bd'n Very r'tti.faetiry. The accounts fram Europe, both public and private, render it ci tin thit lhy will need all our surplus gViin; so our western farmers may expect fair p; ici s for .i .i f .i - , men pruuui-q ui ry u'iscripuon, miU I the nations of hurope should ongagn in a ' genoral war, of Which tlnreis a stroiitr i a 81 rollLr : ' probability, the price of Breadstuff will j i t ' .1. r. . , , . reach nearly the famine rats of 18 i7 As regards polities, nothing ofgreat im portance has transpired : both, or raiher. all parties are making aciiv preparations tor tho conflict in ,oirembr tlm Il'-pub-licans confident of victory, and their nu merous opponents, in the f.'ony of tie spair, are trying to make coalitions of all kinds, each one hoping to cheat his broth er rogue. Dougla, when leaving Illinois, some months xinoe, told his friends that ho was going East solely fur the puiposH of visiting his mother who resides in Wes tern New York, and tlntU hi trip wns to. (ally disconnected with polilii s; but, strange to say, he has made numerous stump speeches in favor of Donolas und Squatter sovereignty in eleven dillurcnt States of the Union, but has not yet seen his "anxious ma. I wonder whether sho knows he is in search of her? Yours, truly. XX. jtyMy son, what would you do if your dear father was suddenly taken away from you?' 'Sware ond chaw to-backer" ftciu tocrtiscmcnts. GO TO HUNTER'S, GO TO HUNTER'S, GO TO HUNTER'S, GO TO HUNTER'S. AT SHAFFER'S CORNER, AT SHAFFER'S CORNER, AT SILEFFER'S CORNKH, AT SILEFFER'S CORNER, FOR DRUGS ds GROCEhlES! FOR DRUGS & GROCERIES! FOR DRUGS it GROCERIES! FOR DRUGS &, GROCERIES! BEST k CHEAPEST! HEST & CHEAPEST! 15EST & CHEAPEST! REST &, CHEAPEST! IN' THE IN THE IN THE IN THK TOWN! TOWJV!' . TOWN! TOWN! AT II. AT II. AT II. B. HUNTER'S! B. HUNTER'S! J3. HUNTEHfS! AT II. B HUNTER'S! SHAFFER'S CORNKll. SILEFFER'S CORNER. SHAFFER'S CORNER. S1IEFFER S CORNER. Rujil. S. IfOO, i3l OASI S TOM. ANDREW REID T'aTTOUI.l) very rupoctfiillr Inform tho people nf V Fairfield count) ana tue nuuuu genur-iii), mat He hias opened out IN IE directly opposite. Martin 61 Cu't Bank a Stoci of DRY GOODS Al SHOES. Which will be found on Inspection r!y (Ae alien fiiia p intending purthastrs TllE ASSOtlTMENYId VARIED Si EXTENSIVE. ARE ALL NEW. They liave boon soleutcil with great care, Wurc bought low and' will be sold at YE11Y SMALl'pROFITS, for CASH OR COUNTRY PRODUCE. The special attontlon of Fanners la dlrocled to our nsaurtinoul or uoous lor Thoj will Oud it coinpl-lo, and we are prepared to rl! 1 ericd Ihaijcttumi, THE LABI ' aro apeclally invited local) and look through our it irr" tfli 1 t1 T O a K. mm a. ..akL"' A, .. e' ,Th, We hae asplcnilld aisorlmenUt oxceedtngly Our stock throu(hout will b kept tall at all timet, and we bop. byaelllng GOOD GOODS LOW, and be ing attentlr. and accommodating to' our castomori, lo merit and be farored with a liberal shire ot public patronage ANDHBW RKlDi Lancaster, BcpicmberS. lcMS-'IStr TALLMADGE BLOCK III ID BOYS WEIR itlje. illarkcts. . LANCASTER MARKET. Corrected weekly hy Wygum Lyme Coffco ICalBu fiugHi I0(ilo Egg 8 Molusses CD Lard 10 Halt 82 00 B.icuii lor. lic BuMtT M Wheat per bushel BnofeOS Flour per barrel, 61 00. I. Corn 3io OaU Potatoes 2.f:i0c DJrity U Ift'WI Fish per half l-arrl, White S5 75; Pickerel, 8.0 00; Bans 5 00. BALTJMOKB MAKKKT. pALTIMnKK. Sept. 4 I'Jotir (ti-t flrt'l firm, small salt's Ilofard st. at ti.li"1. ;in dvanc of 2n. Ohio and Ci'v Mills ihe'd nl 8fi 00. Wh' at slftKilv. Wm.i-rn '....in. hld nl 80 00. fled 81 .2Uf, .SO; White SI 2'iC" I 30- ' J ' - Siu'lierri Sl.lOaSl.ij. ,u lt,'I,t 91. I'vl.to. .urii uun noil "W!,'",n'' - .. rf T'1 "' T I oik rfi'i. :. Lird 1 Sit I 4 J. tolleu flll'ltl fit I'll il V. BMWMMaaMewaBi Wm Q9 rlHARITV WUr.K, So. 7, m.elt ererjf .Mondny Keeninr. H'l'KHOCKISf KXfMMPMKVr, X.'T", leoola 2d anil ih Thur.Uv Kvenin. In t jcU lu.llitli. I.anrser, ;irll lit, liw jtl MASONIC CALENDER ! PF,ft ; I LASCASTKH f'dlJXril,, Xo.3..Cs:.-.. m'.crv'. l.dlii.K. No. 5? sr. CIUCI KK. No II '.'? KN'l'AMPMKXT, So. ."iiU.'ier it Sept. Ii, I HW. O . H I' K I V M A .1 . Ii e rn rd FOR THE OUI l P.ITEXTIUV. reived nl Utof!k'o of the olii P;mlf ulia ry until I'iiiirsduy, iliolli U;ij ol'SrpK-iri-lcrt Juki., at 10 o'clock. A. ,11., for furnii l'intr ni) tnntitiitiou iih st-t an w FOB FlfTKKN THOCHANU rihheli tint finalitr coar Hackinir foul. afilt;iMf for tiitrniiiir in prnie, in Uf iielivprn.1 in tt, Priwii Var'l by (tit) drnL liiy of October iimti. FKOM FIFTY" TO THKKK H L'N Ml K I) Conl of booJ Hickory, Miirar. or !!' h i'irc V..n.l (four fu;t l'H(t) to Uo tlelircre.I atiJ nu-aHnr'-'l in tht rriiton lurd tlino to to nyreoj on wlicii c ntrucl i muiJo. ALSO, FOK KIGHTTHOUSANn Yard Strl(el SntUnl, not thmi i.N im h'i wi.!n, Ibo wart to be -. IH yarn, eiil. llo flllintT to ' itur Aiueru'hii oi, 10 weitfii tfivoi omici ir :ird when fliiii-liotl and r;ll ntonrfit, tn Ifi-e I r ti flock anil covLIu to b ileliver'! on the WunliM. mav ilirect. rfOoJa below the attiiJard will not bo taken at anv jrip(U b) will i conttfre! unl'ti ruf,icl,r kimi ri ly for tho fuitlilul nertoriuuncu of tin; saiuo uteowaaHH eaek bid. Fur lurtlicr lufortintion hi('iirt of tbo Witntn. J.N'O. A. FKKNTIL'K. Ua.-.iL-n. Orrirt Oitin Pkmitcx riiRV. ColUtnbii, Auguni '.'0, lebo Aug. :tU, lrMJ zw Rccd, Stafford & Co. AT THE OLD STAND OF ROBERT REED, OX MA IX STREET, Opposite tli c HockinsYallfv Baak; ro.'TINllK TO -MA.Vl'FACIu'ltr! rtOTS ID SHOES, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, From tlio best materials, ami at the loweji en.h price. COABSE 3300TS AT $3 5D, ami oilier vroik in prnportion. KI'.KI). STAFFORD & CO. Lancaster, Jut) 3 , ISM- 3 in 1 4 G. AV. PRATT'S LEATHER STORE, UatB-iloM1 J. C. WEAVER'S HARDWARE STORE where hu has constantly on hniid M k nJs of ALSO. MADE TO ORDER. Coarse Boots at S3 2o per Pair, and otliur work ilono In jiroportl-nt. CASH PAID FOIl HIDES. I,nnr.ialer, AtiKUtt 3, 1SC0 3inie In Fairfield Comity C.iinl of Coin. Pli'H. atcoreo Kailffniaii, 1'laiiililT, ngaiu; t John II Toiinciit, Uufuudiiiit, Mnfiitn tn rreira iiiriartf Jtt'lsmtnt, rillll! Uel'iiuilant Jolm H . Tennaiil, I. ii.itifl.'.l Hint on April 14, Willi, the l'hinlitnlk"! In .ni l Cixirt, liiini)tl. in Iti-iiinjt him. allzinzlliat al Ilia October 'lerni of attiit Court. 1H.",:I, ho rne.iv.Ted n Jii-lirtii.-iit airnlual hlin for SWKI,3 duin.tirei.aiiil :wil costs nf milt. w hkh Is now aiirinitut.iiiij unri'covere.i un-i iiuaiitii- fled either In whole or In pert, and priyintr Hiat nil nrilurmip-hl he entoruil, re.piirini; .ni.l liIVii.liiiit tn uliow cnuao ly Octoher nevl. whv the ciiu.e .hnnl.1 not tie revived mrutlmttllm.iiuil execution iiwar.!.-.! uiere- And th.il siichor.liir .in. neon ma.le liy ii.l court, and unleas hi aipear nnu iiu.n-er '.y ant .m . i"ie eiiid judgment will le revive. I nml ei.-euiinti inviirile.l thereon? JOHN C. HAlMi V, I'l. rk. August J.iaiM-CwlS pf S3 3D nIwci di emillT JAC03 BICKEL, A'jeitl. STKVKXS' l.(IMIII. I'.IM llif.H .mm. I. iv rue.. I'llteiitod May Hill, lf5..l the liesl Mnl.iiid Cri'.. now in line. It wftl grind over one huinlre.l und II " y bushels per hour, mi. I nn-ku Irom 311 to 1" barrels "I elder per .Inv, with les labor Hum l r.-U'iired. on Hie bealorhniid'iuilli.t.i m:ika :i, all of which we will Eiiurantee hy Stevens' Prem. Il re.uir.' nn haiid- linir ot numiicei a. tue pinnace inns .nreriiy nu.i ni.- (if the prea.ea. An qun-k n nee pres Ii Plleil welip n Irnuslerrilig hoard and Nil Uie oilier while tho one ia prowing. We cnu grind nu.i pres nil alom e. i no-e in want of Pre.aea, or ivihiiu; to purchnae the K'ltrbt. address JAROH IIIL'K KI..Smiilivillii, Wa)ii :ouiny, Ohio. Infornialiou will be given In writing or In person. K.ir Hights In tho counties of Pairtk-M, Pickaway, and blocking, addrnaa II. GIXiillKK, N"rlh Heme, Falrlleld to; in the count) of Furry, J. hTUl'Z.MAN, .North lieruo. H. r.lngherlsln readiness lo hull. I nulls, or sell rights lo suit the piirchiiser. There are several mills in operation near Rerne Station, Wo. tho undersigned, having eitnessed the opera Hon of Sleveus' I'ulent foiiibine.l I'i.ler Mill und Double Press, enn.i.ler It a perfect triumph nvir all other mills and presaea now in use. It Is cheap mid dur.ible. Persons in want of a rider Mill .ill do well bv purchasing one ol Ihe above named Mills. A. r'iutzinau,l) ivid Yoder. John .Shiunnker, Jona than Mutzman, Win.T. Hmit, Kiuaiiuel Mtuliman, Beniainlii F. Sinter, Oarret Webb. Ii. M. l.iits.H T. Webb. llenry Swnrl,1.. K. Leohn -r, .. Healty. larnel Jackson. J. Miller. H. Shumaker.Josuiih Run.. Lancaster, Aug.23 -3-'l. LA N E & BODL E Y 'S Portable Steanl Circular Saw Mill Will be In operation inj Sawins Lumber Qt I'nitt'd Stiitr GREAT AGRICULTURAL FaIR! A rlncinnutJ.Pt'l't- lo stnh. OHIO RTATB FAIR, Uajtfin. Sept. 9MU to 2Hth. RKNTUfKY STATE FA I It, Howltntf Green, Kept. IHth lo'.'-Jli-l. , INDIANA bTATE FAIR, tnillanapalii, October 3J to tt th. August, 60.-3-:2 BOOTiDSHOMAKI JOH BlllPA, S HOP Scofleld Corner, Mnln uud Coluinbua stroeta. Luncssier, Jiin"7,.trWo lmf B R E N N A M AN'S ii.ii aiBBaaai THAVE REMOVED MY SHOH Trom my former aland on Rroadwny In Lancaster, to nir resilience on. and a half mile Kaat of town, on Hie pise, wiior. I aro manufacturlne; mylmproTed chain pump. anC will 811 orderaontUorl notice, and wmrnnt aatiarao lion. ISAAD BRBSSAMAN. MajD.lWO 4lf ;l'l'TAJl FEMALE SE1MM. ffF.tr JiRHjjrocMr. mt. T.?!??." ".' till. loMilnlln. r. h.Drr t..n. of ,.l.c, u.. Kh0,.l h. ,1,.,,," ui.rli,l.iiilanc.. . i... ..." i en. 111..I bar. il, mn.i ,.,, "' !""' i 'l- i nw.-ii.l. to chararter end 6ti.. ,,, i ', ' , : ll rr-i cnniflen'siii Kt inu il i,u.,i 1 , ;..-. r idinliiMratioi,. Ihe In .i.iihm.i. i'li i n , iieu.iMii, ii li,K iMi.Ue. repuiaiion , ' . , ''j' bi;li.-rrank among Uiu . Ileal Ftiiulo 'n,,L,i. . ' .lot '" """"b'rli-a a,r,, i,r, iM m .Nj,,lr. , ...,l,.n...r J..... ... l i... .... . i .. ,.,cr,a.l...aelU meet eror, r.ieol.ablo dcnui.d of tbe :lra. .. funicular iui:nii..n ..il be ,.., ,. h. ,t.. I jlAl.ui,-. ........... Il i. lb f.tirr.o.e of Mr, Wood lo render tlinSrbonl I niiere,ui i,:,l.la I all r. Mi-t.. .,. U. Ibi.en.l ,b. ir.inal ltr;,, ll,)ii, ai,. I iifi .ioi-ve uf II omo a 111 bo .itM re., u rr ai my be nrartirnble. 'lb., nit S.-h'Htl ear will cMnniene on Wt'lni liv.K..t. I Ol It . The ear .III ke dirided aelseretn linn Ibree termaol 13 w.-,-tai b. Tbe Hr'l end-ll'.-reml.ar lit. 1 no v,-.m term will coielii'Mire ne.ltifa.li,. JniiMrr('il. Vill. ji..M....'rli,..l., An..l f' . "'c tbirdlerin will rominrnr., Wedusadui , Airil ibtll anil . .... I .. .... I..i. ' ,.;,..... n rr rr -r... 11 Ml . B no . -t m . 4 IMI l (HI , r, no . Ii ID . 1 no . '. no ! fennl llraelne I JMI I'aiiilii.K lfn''Mi,.Vr'i!e'tiouV.'.'.lV.V.V.'.l'.'.'.'. i.u.ur Iliitructi'Mi. t'j oi nano Freiicri mm Boanl, Lipbt, nulling, (out !. i 4 uo a... . . i- e. in JiriTtttO Wilfil ' ,: r'" u w inter Ifftn 4,, y,, Summer Trrni 41) t)ly A ilel;irtioii i,1 our .h'.iit 1K h iOhl" fr-Kn lUn li.)ar.l for Urartu 'I tLoeufy, otcii-.iot.4ii by tnsn.u U;k .No i.ijtiliil b- rffivcnl for than atvrui. uu b? b) mM'itit Hri'.-nitiiit. 'lrm bill-. fiiffi"ii'inin tc.(tvt. '. f.-imi. l :n klvTii-(!. tiol'ooi b eiiff ip! nrriieMnr)it. Fur rirtin-r .ir Lifuliim w r-f , our ftitiib-Tijo, wbi'ti tlt l.i iil on aj.pliia'b.ii to ui.j dr ibo f ru. iw ur ( .Mr. Wo a.1, A'l?rl f ooiiiii';(f'fuer.lor ilii; tr-hool n!l r.i rn 11 -nintiiKiii in ri-f T-iK: iii;r"Lo itotf,J Uf. a t'tr"i'.l to Jlr. V-o.,-1. who ill tit'r uwtui: tlie f!;in:i j r-ii'ii-ililjf o tin- lirititiMiott. iiy ofl-irof Tr i!c, A. .. G'.' Vtl l: f K. Kee. AMI COAL on, LAIPS WITH CHIMNKV.S AMI LAMP I K I M ,l 1 ii ! ;",-ii.-nltr,:it lb.- UillXA bru!!!i. I.uin uli:r, July I-.'. H(io !.",tf F ft U r T J A WS Sloiif, V'llsv-v:ii i' iiU faiusi; iniiri,reil fr-im lu.t Liincaatur, July I. nrt for au'C at 111 1-1,11 l.it (.lll. KTf)i!R. CHINA STORE. Willi am A. Sleiuart, IN GREENE'S BLOCK. Opposite I lie Tn limit due llntiftc, K-jkii always fMi Land a ftk f.f AND QUEENSWARE, Tabic OaUfiy Spaous, Wailcrs, 15 HID CAOE.S. Vc. Anl nlwnv tn w;tit of m.hii. n.w. Laijfa.8lurt Julv l-j, .j--ljtf AIEW FRUIT JAR. TOPFKK FOKS.H.EllieXF.lVCf.A'i.S ?VVTJ P. lileh el.i.f. nl the Ion Willi n ..-reer mi-l lu.lia mil l.er Nail'l. wliii-ti irf-i'ily ei-li.lc. Ih.- uir. It t nl ..ii.-ij llio II!'. -I piTf -rt in.. I o .ai.'-t iiian.,t.i jar )tt 111 v.'uteil. Come and ex;.inirie (l.m. J 1.11 1.S MVIASASIY. l.ancMler, Jul)' I'.', I'i0 Dtf QUEEN CITY COHMBItGIAL G0LI.EGE Corner of fourth and Vine Street, Ol'I'OSITKTI POST OFL ICi;, ritii innatU Uin. NIXON'S NKW SIX STllKT KL'SLDINO J KM lo Im tlit m Ml ttiursiHrii rr.ninjer' iitl it- fff. hi ttir- UniwTi -i 'mrtf uf tu' v ruTir:ie- Minns tltriu Uml of any iHiT OunrnfJi-ut I ('olI-'ZO. Excln'ivi o'i'r of aw-ar.liuj ilt'niu ,-in vi?iicl in a Bmp(l of ExaniijiHf, h cru'l'Citi'A rtijint amuv conntnnt- in tha fMpem.t rink. In hj.arini-'j.U ih1 ;i"i llel in .IhiiPi.-liirn or fimli. l.ocjtf I in lh- tn-.-t .-triivit iuM ri i-.-nanlr thortitir.-irf tt lluu central UTiuint of thj street ruilirii; i. Ii rector. Mil.KS GKKKNWO'ili, liKN. S. K. CA UF.V. lit.'N. J. 1, VAITIKK. KKV. tUt. t. M. WISE, J1 lit; K MTiToN II. TlI.DKX. Hirhnrtl i'Koii, A ntir of N-U'Mii M--r raiiiili Ar.'tiui'jitf," J'riiieitut uf A rll'ujlt-tio l)rt tiitiit; jMHlfi I. Wntlrr, Intf A nic'tatf Pfinripil of HnrtluU'i tllfiri?, Principal li'-uk..-..-! i -i Uepurt IIU'Mt. William 41l.tn Miller. l;it.- S;i nrint. nl'.t Pt ti in it of Iron t.'itr 'itH-,, f .rmfiy uf tiarlleU'n. Pnitrlf.iil of Pi'iiii)iiuhii iri.pjirlii.mit. 'I ti i-riiirip-ili. hu inir ban 'or yfaM tit t'l he t'l nf l!iir npiM-livi ti'nrl infitt in tin nrl ur i ipviin tion.i of ih'i i-ln! in tliis rotmtry, hy a o ttistingiuiktd t?arkpf, pinniiift in it ie rt t-ity Col l'Cl.:tll Uf? I'M-u'lltriirf nn-1 ifiiiiotmri.l that have tlni fr ijfi'ii if vl.ijifil in ''-mini. f-'i:.l eiliti'jitioi:. (j itoil Ht'ciiii 1 1 : t ur' ui i in .li'iiimnl ui $j!&rin froM J-tm in Si, .it-n. Mu-K uUultT at any time. No l'Iui'i. No Vni'uti-m. StMiil inimt'illiiuly for (.-. m""f of P.niii:inhipauil eirnrtirs eoniniini; full p;.riu-'il ir. At dies. (iiirt't!.- f.-i,i ' NKI.M S, V'A I I'KHS A MII.T-KH. t'M!i. L'lt (.'nil. i'lucintiuU,Oliio. July 5 1 "Ot 1 v ! J Dissolution of Partnership. rilHH M.-irtnor-'iiplfr.-t'or.. r!,f inrr h.M --li .SIM I K'N It lill ' f Mill iV JiJII.V t'. MAVIS iiitiis-l.:iiii'a8it-r W.ioIUti 1. I'-rj . lint'iift-r Oj.io, bv m n -t-iiil L'onnt. tliic day il ti. Mi l""ki ntnl nc coiinU of -in 1. 1 firm t'irt' in liiM p.. ,n of ili Nim .'Hi It. U 'ri. rorl. w!io h ;i.iihtrirti to ! nntl -lit- llo'.-ir.-oiMiti un.J iMi-iit"f fit't linn. H- will fitii.1 :U :tll luitf nt 111'- plnrc ot lui-iui-, foniifrlt. uvupi.sl hj linn. All tcr.oti iii.t.-l-i.-.l t. ffi.H firm ;ire ro vsl tu c -j ift t"i-tr.l ui-l mrtt;" iuiino ai. -lit. hlMl'O.N If. lilt .M-'iH.'i, May IU, IfXtt :if JOH.N I. ItAVl.--. U G. R. T. A. ii u :sr j c v iz l jjs UXl VERSA L COUGH llUMIiDY For fall Til roii t and Luni; Complaints, Irnin Coiniiiuii Coiilis to Actunl Coiisiiiuiition. in .m: I LL'S .i i'st r a ' i '. i .v. r. i : at ko TOLU AryODYFIE, Tlio Xaturiil und Suie RomeJy for all NERVOUS COMPLAINTS From N.'iinitiri;il!iriMi2li all i'iisjs Hhcro Opium 'a ever usi'il to llul r Ileliriiiul '1'u'irloiis, and llu com mon i-biiTcaua'of Disi'Ute, j.oss oi-' si.ki:p. Tim croul Central Active Piinflple of tho T.ilii Aim dim i.airno ilevelopiniint ol lli. Oncliinl Nulnrul Opiiile. In all i'iis... wllerover 0inim has been u.rtd ami lit linnefiil elWls mlni-svvl.no mnrk nfnnrs c.in iiileqiiHlulv compare tho dillorrmi), aud no ilecil"ii Is final t' a'trlul. The A no.lv no contaiiia mil a purlicle ol Oinuin. and Ills' most .K-liral. cnaiilutinii cun use it ilh sal.'lv, nml Hie pern-clly natural srnle il koep uml leaves lliu I'.illonl sli.iul.l n-ciinmcnd it to I hjai l inn. li. i nave liinc souarln Hi truedtfto.opineut.uiid l.i l'atli? its who wunl " 'tor-il ri's'ills. iliebasiaof Ihe llniveraal Couth Reioe.lj It liiut r i.,in i mm all com ooncius lutU ti Hk' ureal irrur in compnilii'lliiZ. pro. luce complelo morts, inaloiiil of icil cures. We plan no rcjtrulnt on Its ua'J every hour in IhiMlay. uti ask till l-'.liouts lo imiao il the liiitural enemy lo nil Coimhs, Thnml or t.uiiir Cmii plaiuls l.vaperfei l freedom of application. K.)r In tlaniinulo'ry Sore Thrnnt Uia a pnrfect Keine.1). uud for Whoopinc ,'oiiKh checks ull Ihe spiistua uuij allows the CoukIi to liuvc us run In a quiot way. Wllh the spiri', that wo court nil inVealmolion, ami reailineas lo itnawer all Inquiries, ihhv wo iu return ask ull to bn cantl'ius to purc hase only Of llioso lliey can rely upon. 'Price, williln Ihe reach of all." General Aleuts. .1. W. Iluunewell Co.ToudH Coininurcial W hurf. Hualon. Ceorxn llilllnewell. Water Street, Xew Torfc. ITniler tho special supervision ofjuhn I.. Hilnnewell, Chemiatand Hharuiaceullst. Uoslon, .Mmaucliuietls. whoso aienatura covert the corlt of lh (renuino only, and lo whom address ull communications. Hold bv all respectable dealers everywhere. (i K.U'r'.M AS or CO. Airenla, Lancastur, Ohio. Niiire. Kciisieiuil Co. Cinciuuuti, wholesale agcnla. Augusta. IbUi) lyH kTfritteii, ( ATTORNEY AT LAW, IoturuiiCti und CotU'cUHtf A .... LANCASTER, OHIO. OFFICE In the new City Hall Entrance on Rroa.lwav. i Lsneaster, MarchM, 18C0 4 tf Court ef Comaaoa Pieaa. , Eliaa Kilter Plalatlf, ' . " " ' Daalel MUl.tal D.ria.S . !ialel Miller. Caikirlaa Miller. Killer, Kefcra Miller, hailr Wlliteriumk and Kslum.a Wl,lnnti. h.-r bu.l.enit: Kllaafwtk Saoka. Rte ry muke lier atieiwnd . Anna Haaneh, and Wlliiaia U. Hnnn.h. kerhuaband. Snloifxiil -aVildeeiaBlk. 'aid .loo Miller, will Uke n..llre Ibet a pellllo. aa Sled them on tbe ta; f Aiiei A. D. IHW the "nrt of Common l'!eji,wltll and (or in. ouuii- of Fimld, to tbe Sle nfohio.ao.l la now ead- '"S-whreln wid Ellni VI llier. deaiaudj partiiiuB la '""""""S "al UlKi. lo-erll! In tola HiabM !.,,.y.t0(:o).,lB,t,.Ur, psj Wtbi),.1w. "hl" - A I.... perl of the Snutk K.tlou.rler .fSwlloa Sn.-X.nt r..nblD Sn. III. nf Hjua. No. IB. Booed. Kel"",n" UWaoftti .eiirnurof heotory lotatid Canal; tbenc. aortk wftk Ik "niaia reriory trad to A liort lo ran. wait ,n ,ih hoantlay nf f:unl llr.ol; tbe no. weal lo , lnteri.nl tbe .MiUiHuilcn,., of iej'.l atret; Ih.ue. b n, , uTr "ZrrV"' " " v..a-vlfeuB bv i tm 11 lawr wi Aim anolber irati.dUllagoUhed hy belr. a lo Hie aotilh neM quarter of atnloa Hi,. r. of lownhfp .V. 1(1, ofranr. No. , beclunlng at Ik. Boo Ik .ael C.'rner of canal atreel; thence we.l with aald aire, tin the r..ud wblcb Interaoeta Mat. ilreel at Ui. So.lk end; ibenee tontb alum ald road In the eaaal: IfcenM ea.t nloiia-raiial Iu lb. aoutk weal corner of Ik. Sret imme.l Iran alKe meatione.l; thence north oa kalf auction line to lb. eaal b'iurtilrf of canal flr..l, Ik. plare of bejrinnlnfr; containiiif onebair (i,) acr. mor. nr I. M. Alao Inl'.'a No. baud 18, III lb. town of Haillj Fairlleid county, Oblo. , v STiai.flcoaa r Ct.aKt. Atiorn.in f.T PeillloMr. Lanraiter, Auguit 21, IrUW Cw'JI.pf? the nrsr Ancnn vi'Ksr Ji-rm.3WDBaEBB ' SEWING. MACHINES! SKW AND VAl.rABl.K MACHIXK WHICH only nef.lt exMintnatbin to b't uiilvertatly ,ap. nr.ireil. aa It la more jimpie, durable, .aeily learned ad'l owlrateil, anl It - E Q U A L TO A N Y OTHER I FOR AU, FAMII.T VDKPO'ES. I Larpe .V.irliinefl f.r Mniinf.ii'Tur,i,r ;.)"-( eaea f.rn' ! .!ie.I. Call a. a... (ilKhV KL ! II ..iiri.n W.-at of ll.kiutT 'ell) HanU ( . I , FLU'.VLbS, ..(;:lit. mRs. BuxTorj, .11 THK HAItHKH rEWlXO .VHCUISE OPflCB j.r.-.nr-'l lo exerut ill or..,ra hit IKIEii MAK ISL. lwr tbe luti-at el) lea. Al-o CL.ll. KH and IA .Vlll.l.AS, eut ati.l mail.? tn oriier. ff Luncuitur, .lnnl III, laotl tr. MEW FRlf ii MB 1 11. WE regeirerl iltrf lotol lis HEW AIR TIGHT FRUIT JAR. f ln'y tr of ili.j YKM.OV WAI.'K, umi wili fttfly if(.cri''fin ilni tin or UniC Jan. on Hrro.Uat of llii( air tight, mi'l fro fMin corrol-m or COPITIl -W.I UE, H -.TA K"i A.XD ' Ci-iicrnl Iltinei FiirniebiDS r.lnb Istirtirtii, A3 h.;petifnra. Ato. Stovc-Pipe andShoet-IronT.rort to ornF. SPOUriKO AND TIU-ROOriEG altnirrt to t "lort noi'tre. . J(JH Wulih, Lauciilr, May 31, l"HH 4mQ FRESH ARRIVALS. John skar; r ? IMS H'sr ilEt'ElVtD.l FKEeH ' IT.'.VOF WALL PAPER. LAYST siVi.i:?. Pen Kul vca.l'ortTlo.T.PocltetBook aii'l a i;real rarlet) oMhe USEFUL & fiit EDFUL, 1 ii fact. aim. merer; tliicai ole round Inanjr Ul..rwhichlie Is rlrtrn,. iri-.l tr. tell at tb Inwfst ! p'.ssii.lc livlnff .ri'.'s. rfio.-, t ills tl.anka lohts 1 ul.l onsiomera for ihsirllrmr.-tl a. 1 1 r rt at d turelo ineril anil r.-e-iv ci nl I nun linn ami Incn-as. ofnat lu mrvi.anil innl curl nont aa eall.uiro.Mfa.to.. ait stuck rur their own sal isracil"i. JOH.N fiF.ARI.EK. inrP..Iloirt fnrcllh's plr.fr of I'litlln'a Gh-aj Ri.w. nu Mais struet.oiir' H'a.r -i ff ihe Hnelrt-'ar ValK-v Bank. Lai.ra.lcr, .rll ltdll 1 If U 11 MOY li . Oil. WAGEXIfALS HAS rcmoTud hU olflce to th hlfer Bock, ttro J.tnrr Souibol H. K. Hunters MrncMora. I.ViiikMici? "froltflrt Bnililinjc. Nnrib went cornerof Main anl Col.tmbni Sirvet. UiuoMt-r April 5. 1-00 3ml. lleiltk'j human Clood upon beinc V A 7 V. 1 aliravp presents tn with iht iame ential elf me! jinlrivuofrnnrlhTKVhKTMAhli. Auvlyz the iJluoJ of a persf'n sm'rfne from CutiS'JmplUtit 1.ivr f'nilirt. I j p-f - i Scrofula. tVc. itiA fl flml i n i'Vr. in tniicf I'LTiam. df flt tem-ifs in the red z loli nl of Kloo'l. hnpl'lv ilirel flclrnrie...n!Tu nf in.t- well, t li' Kl I")' F'XMI fjuii(id Upon Vtit"i hory lincHlt toni"hliir u To nil (niiiriix from cotittunt)tioii. Incipient rr co tlrnif.l: ur from Ofhllity of nitv kmiliuf (rum itintu 1 or nervou? prutratliii hromflu n 1t an eau: or from wrotuloiif c. mt.lHtnu: or from ilitv:iie of the kniu".-; nn.lio Lilies -itrfr-rttiif any of ih runny dl irrir.? Pump1fl!iif timhich tlicif wx Jin liitbla.and lut ii piiirtn-I.T i"ii-.un'jHion, the lllood Pod tt of-f-r.-.la a cerhiWi mi..I rt-luMu n-m'lT. Ltflirlnj In .vi'rv partl.'i.iitr fromil't putent medtcinndf the da, it in a i-lfiiMtiil fMiihlii.i.iijn of Iron, milphnr ant pti';ihorii9, of ven u'r'.it w.trlh. nmj mnny linntlr!! l.Niriia l mol jrrit.'iu' UstliU'iny o tho Uueflla it ha coiitVrn-tl on inni. Wf li.-iv- eh it'I (h anr nf th Wmppcr from Ki-il lo Velio; kil lh i.t of iht Bollle to r nr.. Ht i :.r-l il lo t!'i Do fc iiuile ofuuf itgnatur in on .do oiiUi'U nipir. I Pruo of v.c Ulooa Vm 1, ! p'r h-.ttlp. Sold 6y . I'M tTl!t H I'lPONT, p..l- proprietor. 4n9 Bttj0f'. vw iork An-l .1 1 H N f. i AHK, i M IKK, H 'KSf 1N i CO. Cinclnoatl. K(: K US A I. tv Kt.'t . T. m." A. M.A.N A I " . J F.if K t tfTiiian V To., T.nncnlr. OMa. and l .ill r."rei tJtt'l-: l'rti;r?'"tithtoiij:liijiil lh-ennntr?r. V. "V'lir.irulilord '-' ciimiIu. at our office (So. 11-3 llroa Iwa.Juitber pcrsmully r by leltur. l'houiands are dally speaklne In the raise of O It . B A t o m 8 INFANTILE CORDIALi and why? hecau-e it ir faili f 'forJ iasfaala.- rtiic .hen Riven iu time. It acisaalf by magic, ande ir trial a.'eae will, coutinoe jou that Uat w sa) is true. Il contains SO P..IIM.OUIC OPIATE ofaa'ikind.and therefore rolidret by niaaeiaf ireirolv..urchll.l. Instead of by dtidtmnf u araaitifiliH.' For this reawll. tt commends itself aa Ilmoaj rsioilt preparation now known for Ckildm Tttthinc Uiarrhva. Vifnltrv, Gnfifi (' ri.jc.dil..l l.tta'. Hird. Cold t14f , mil Croup, ulso. fur sollenine Ihe arums, reducing n namuuoil.rejulatini.Mhe ll.i.els. and relieving pair ,lli .is no e.iuul-belur " ni.li-paino.tii- II leased Willi uiifniliua-.ucces. In all ;-. of C. e .ia ef elAcrF.'i As vou valnelhe lile and beallh ut yoot rhil.lren,nnilwi.hl..avelheui from lh,.so sail and a,t.cii......P5.'H( rjT? h1 So. 4iio Kro.nlwn) . Xew York. Rold bv CHURCH 6 impi'T. Uriicel.t-. hoidDy X,4U,,. r.,iway. New York. Andall respectable liruusti.t throughout the couniry January is, irou ij. rrTrt TTi n t k iTaN D WARRANTS. b(oohtlntomykeuni Biilh( ferlnoll. ,lBI)h,i we can fl.e direst earn. ."- - . . .,,.,,. , ift'l liiv btaiii.t 'wfl easier, iniii"" '' "i ' .,.,ii. . .HI l .:i.te flh J W.rl,'oarm..."...-- . , lihalllme tre, inerina..- Corre.pod..c....i..oAp.Hre;i!TTT Land AsBU,KlrkaTlll.wB March J5,'M.-'tf tor t, ast mmm pear in our next. support.