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q?ette & Democrat,
aim kookes &inrml
, . . OFFICE
Tallmadge alockThlra atorro tb
Left at the Head of the Stairs
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CITY OP LAB CASTS!
THURSDAY, : : : SEPT. 20, 18C0.
ARRIVALS & DEPARTURES OF MAILS,
At l,aBcalersHjr Hall road. '
Car.golng Wost- n A.M.
Crt going Kll I I P. M.
Accommodation f olng West .......... .7 15 P. M.
This Train, on Saturday night, lays over at Lefica.
tor, and re.ume.lllrlp on Sunday Kvniitnga.abnvo.
Accommodation going Ea.t 6 5 A. M.
Thl.Traln.on Saturday night, lay. ovor at Lancas
ter, and rsume.lt.trlpon Monday Mornlng,a.abov e.
To Columbns every day, except Sunday old A.M.
Arrive, at Lancamer P. M.
Tol,ogan.everydny,exceplSundaye,t....S A. M.
Arrlveaut Lancaator 0....8 V. M.
Accommodallonoach day.arrlve.d. d partial IS M.
To Baltimore, nrrtvo. and depart! every Tu'edujr
To Now Kilo m, arrive and departs every Tuesday
and Prldav. t .
To Clon'rport.ovory Thursday night, and rcturnt
tridnv night ,
To Carroll, arrlvosand depart every Tuosdayand
Friday lilghls. at7o'cloc . ,
To Rushvlllo. every Tuesday and Friday at 18 al.
and roturnssaine evening,
JTJrYVe invito special attention to the
new advertisements in this week's paper.
D. TallmaJgo offers a farm and t fine lot
of stout. '1
Little fc Drcsbach advertise a large as
sortment of now Goods, to bo sold cheap.
.tnl.n ft,nrlg and Brenncmnn & Co., ad-
vertisa Books. Stationery. &C, to lie Bold l'
8uddbm Death.W leiro just pra
rioui to going to press, by a dispatch to
hi r.ends in tbia city, that Oeokob
Weaver Eiq.,(once editor of litis paper,)
died this , morning at hii residenco in
ZaneivUlo, of apoplexy, , .
l' ' I ,( ' '' '
JQTWe learn that i joint delate upon
the political issues of the day, in to come
nf? at RtnnfRvilln An SaIiiv.v ,t,n fill. I
rii, i. . i t a i , tj. ifavorimj a hitrli duty on Wool
of this city, and 0. B. Mason, Esq., of
Circloville.'. - i.
The Drmocraer of FalrfloU la favor of
a ProiecUTaTarlUT " '
CircuIaU lU' RtparlSprtai thi Joyfvi
Thfy havo" abandoned their old princi
ples of "Frte Trade,"; and adopted our
measure of "Protection to . American In
Witness the Eagle'" artiule oi'Ivtt week
tlioir declaration that ''a man who volts
against a Tariff, is not a friend of the la
boring classes." Witness their quotations
from the Hlack ftppubliran Agriuuliur.il
Report of last year. Democrats of Old
Fairfield, wo n-joice that you have joined
us in the support of the great measure of
Protection to American Industry we
only hope you may slick to it longer than
you do 'to most principles you pioft-sn. ,
"' ' The Prilatlal " JUaateMak
Pram the Chisago- Journal.! ,-
Diogones, the eccentrio philosopher of
the o'den time, went abont with a lantern
Ketate of William A. kaamaa.
fATOTICE Is hsrrwy 1Mht lha odrilml has
11 be ai(ulntiaaieiiaulilaiAlln'.Mra- , . .., f,.,,A ..4
.7nu.. j;i,',rfwii.LiA v 1. aunuAM a..a U Mek a men. but never round orrt, ana
lauo( Palrflald' tauly, OhJ, All perww kavln( j I)u0jii, the political UlOUOttfbaok of the
clalmtaralnsl a4 K.UU will prtMnl tlwin (iTatllle- ' ' . , , ,,
mem. Iinlly autrimitlnMd wuWn oaTar and all ! inoaorn lima, goes aoum aeeaiirK a invui-
tr. but can t find ber,
Pols Baisino. Our fellow-townsmen,
F. Idle, P.IIouser, and E Eyrick raised a
Lincoln pole yesterday morning in front
of Mr. Eyrick'e residence. These gentle
men desorve much credit for their zeal in
the Htpuhlicen canse. ' ;
JCSTGodcy's Lady's Book for October
is on our table, full of siy'o and full of
eotid reading. This c.rpollont family
monthly should be on every table.
Great Democratic linlly. "
Yesterday came off tho demonstration gainst the ttui Democracy." Douylat,
that was Kb .''astound . tho . country" and Payne tt Co. to go shoulder to shoulder
frighten Republicans out of their boots.'' with Chase, Gidding and Seward. The
We believe tho Republicans havo surviv. Ohio Eaglo of April 15, 1858 contains the
ed. From (he great effort made and the I following:
(lamina posters that wero circulated, and Ahratof Asti Lf.compton Oratoiis
dn liiiiB m,d wind ment hv thii "frith fill'. The rhicauo Times Bays that the follow
f Lancaster, w, had expected a fomidaJing distinguish gnntlemen will engaged
Road, Read, Read!
"Cluck Republicanism, Know Nothing
ism and the logns Democracy, DouglatUm
to join in ono common brotherhood a-
Uiote lldakted lll nskslHii
Sep. SO, IWO a'ii
T WILL olTr for sale. Iy puMlo aurtlnn. at my re-
I siueuia, ball ran " oitrie City el UhuXIi
On Friday, October 5, 1860,
Ike foHoTsluf property, to-wlt;
A LARGE QUANTITY OF HAY,
40 two years old CATTLE,
20 onn year old do. Coney tar old Hi-ifer
Five Horses; I flooded Mare; two-years old Colts;
ONE FINE HULL, 40 HOGS.
U W ajona, one Carl, F I PTE FX )A KB KIJS ol 1 1 pKK,
fiO ACRE? OF CORN in the SHOCK:
wbl?h will be offered In parcels to sirltpu rrlitiiers.
Also, at the same lime and place, I wilt oftVr f..r sale
95 1-2 ACRES OF LAND,
having on II a eooil comrortawe Uwelllnr Hunae and
a nrsi raio Barn, ana urciianl. I hi, land will be
orrred on Inner credit. Male to commence at 9 o'clock
A.M. Terms will be made known on day of sale.
September a), ISdO i!w!ii n. T.ULMA UGE.
during the present year in stumping the
ledemonsi ration it was respectable and Stal0 0f IIlinOiFi. in opposition to the ad
tut is all; bearing no comparison innum- ministration party: Gov. Wise of Va ;
our Clay meeting of the 24ih wov. Walker, tho Hon. f . 1. btanton,
no comparison in either numbers - J-Crittjhdon, Col. Forney, the Hon.
i.i.iv .v w... w... w ... i tt n r. i t i n i. l
OlMXFEI.tpU.SUAI.A. l01.displftVitotho She,man; mating. l oi',:"' ,h! U,! R M ' Summoi a Iowa:
Lvr BW nave on nana nnu w.u Qn ,he Viey ot up , pa. G
tell cheaper Lvah cAn be l.ad elsewncre, A . . t numbering 83 wagons, ac- Wis ; Henry Wilson, Ma ; Gov. Seward
u new anu epienaiti nfsonment oi cording to actual count by -numbers of a"d 1 rcston Kittjr, N. Y.; Simon Xanior
FELLOW'S REGALIA for every degree. d;8jnh)reri(d merl( and betwcen fuur nd on Pa.: Gov. Grimes Iowa; Gov Bin,
Tall at their store in Shrcfier's Block, , , -,., nn:n, Mich.; Gov. Chase and J. K. Uid
.. c,.... r..,., rti : '. nvo "uuu,ru T.: ':-. .. Ohio and many others.
jua.u "T-''--"-- - At no time during the speech of tue The above array of oppositiwi contains
Fairfield Coukit Against the United "traitorous" (vide Ohio Eegte) Payne, or all tho factions isms known. S. von ami-
States,--We learn that the ccleb.ated the windy Smbaugl, was there as many Democrat. .IW
thoiough bred mare "FShion," and the listeners as heard John Sherman, It has io)uI(IiM,nimiKnowNollliB(j,1,aiMld lUa
imnorted thoronali bred horse "Bonnie been admittod by Democrats and all that u yf,U3 Democracy DonnlasiiA afe to join
Scotland," belonging to Messrs. Rt ber & U lay's meeting was larger in every sense in 0ne common brotherhood, against the
Writ, nf .Via iiv each carried off than the meeting oi jestcruay. . m ucnuxracg , u uo you lo.u oi
V' ! i.1,tu(i,.m .,.... Democrats oi Foirueld, Stephen A Dog
from tho United States D air, oouupreuu-i Co, are ,
The torch light procession was the hnest . . . . . - ,
rU- AiilnltAr. & nrll flrtfl ftA1lir 1 lltAl L.I 1 1 . .1 IJ I . I. JT O O A
nni rei I nina SMIlFl.-r wismuum""" SIlQUlUei' 10 SllOUriUUl' Willi IV . o i)Hlu,
ODD lElLO'.1 HU1U1.I.. 1 .... ... t .. n... n ... ni i i i r n.jj:....
m. n i f T..,.nofBi. will WetlaVe yeiseen in lancnRtbr. out inere uov. viiase nuu oiu rfusu. tv. uiuumijjo,
ilie vuu n.us . ... -i . i ,.fl. ........ n.M Arlillnn ala in
- . . tt I MUM n.it na mnnv OI IhA "ma 1 IjlHIlltft i.miww miu uiu.i ...vim ...
give a SOIUJ!.. in the e Uiy , on '.... . . ..,. the Union, in opposition to the Admiuis-
fP . .. Ren. P.illl. Tiltkot OV UIIU lUU la.iu.u. v...- , T,. .., , ,! ,1,-
1 I. K. rill A I Ai ininui v v . . , .
to be had at tho Book Store of Tuthill & would be Lor
A fluo ftHortinenl of
Hymn Bonks of alt kibds, and all kinds of
IE Xft lrfT 3XeXolTM.
P.IPKM...CAP, I.EOAL, COMMERCIAL
and Note, of the Onesl quullly.
MEMORANDUM AND PAPS BOOKS,
and Copybooks of all kinds. A flue and now ns.orl
ment uf furlmonlve, Wallet, and I'ocket
Hook, very cheap.
of every variety, and dioaporlnan can be bought oIm.
Moulding Tor Picture Frames
of all sizi-s cheap!
always ou hand, and W1ND(UV BLINDS, and a great
which will bo sold very tow for cash.
ITPPleasB call and examli.e for younclves.
TTTP.S.Don't forget the plnce, Glesey Itow, ou
Male Street, two dooM West of the Hocking Valley
Hank, and opponite Beery & Burberry Grocery.
LancasU-r.Supt. 1.1, IriiiO t;3ir
The little dorfirer is still in search ofhia
maternal ancestor and seems to be as far
ftom Ending her now as when ha corn-
mvnceil Ins peregrinations, lie lia been
down in "Ole Virginny" and in North
Carolina, and at last ac;'unts w a in
Waehiiiglon, airing "my great piiuriple"
At every railway station and on almost ev
ery s'reet corner, but still notfinding"my
mntW." ' '
He now aniiounora hie intention of 16
ir4 ing his stHps to t1 city of New York
to si-e how his new K n w-'oihins allies
areg-tiing on, and will probably lo fe for
his mother in that State for fcw days,
by the light of the ' daik lantern." And
llidf) he in coming West, lo pursue his fi
lial errand in Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and
Minnesota, ami hogging vo'esfin the Pres
idemey, an a poor, homeless orphan beg
lor pennies to buy him some breau.
A 'atump" candidate for ihc presiden
cy is something novt-1 in Aini-rhan pol
iticalcon'ests. and is a ut-p low f in self
derA'lalion tlau any other candidate has
ever ventured upon; and whelhor lbs lit
tle (lodger evr rinds his mother or not
we think there is one other thing he will
find before he ots througil with his hog
ging and hunting tour, end that is, the
hearty contempt, of all mn whu have ny
regard for modesty, self-respect or the
dignity of American statesmanship.
sav in the future.
Brenneinsn. Ladies and Gentlemen ol
the City are respectfully invited to attend.
J. STAFFORD, thair of Com.
Odd Tellow's CfcrcbiftVton and
Thero will be a Public Celebration ol
the I. 0. 0. F.s in this city on Tuesday,
Sept 25, 18G0. ' The Oration will bed?
livered by Btother G. T, 1 landers, ol
Grand Master Charles F. Wilstach will
dedicate the New. Hall with appropriate
ceremonies, at 6 o'olook, P. M., after
fhicb a supper 'will be m readiness at the
Cook House, where Tossts -and Uespon
ana mnv heexreut'd " To all of which
citizens and the public, generally are invi
ted to attend. Tickets for the suppor
may be obtained at the office of. the Cook
House, also of the Committee. twinnuom" Sues, and the "otic-
Programmes containing the order of . ut to
tration of James Buchanan am: the na
tional Demociatio purlv. .Murk the trui-
The presentation of the banner lo Jj- or?. Ohio Eaj;le April 16, 1858.
mand Township and tho accompanying This is rich will be consoling to those
remarks ot Miss Maky J. Wvgcm, were remaining true to thu Democratic fiith, and
appropriate, well delivered and repleic humiliating to tho Eagle, advocating as it
with good sonso. Miss Wvcum deserves now docs, the pretensions of ihv log us
much praise. . Democracy DouglasUm," and urging, as
Of the speech of II. B. Payne and the , now (ot.8) the claims of that S. A. D.iug.
ranting, wind v and bombaslio harranguo ha9 wi,0 was "working ehouldcf to shoul-
of Stambaugh weahall have totneibing to der w;ti, chase, Oiddiags and Seward."
Wo hope the peoplo will "MARK THE
B 0,0, K S
FOR THE .
Corrected weekly by Wygum & Lyons.
Coffee I6I0j Sugat IO(fi)llo
Eggs 8 Molasses - (SO
Lard 10 Salt 82 00
Bacon 1012o Butter . 12
Wheat per bushel 590 95
Flour per barrel, 4 766 00.
Corn 35o Oats 18c. Batley 6.)f355
Potatoes 25a30c. ,
Fish per half barrel, White 55 "5;
Pickerel, 86 OU; Bass fi 00.
Piiilapelphu, Sept. 17. Flour dull;
Sunerflce. 86a6 12i. Wheat declined 5c;
sales 1,000 bush. Ud at $1 30al 35;White
SI 47n 1 501. Corn nuiet at 7.-it. Meg
Pork. 819 75. Lard lirm at 13'c. Col
fee firm; Rio, HaU-Je. Whisky dull at
WOULtleeTyrearieclfttllf In form (he pp f
fair Held oonuty and ism satrile eeusr.il,, that
He has opened out IN
Jirtctfjoi.poiUo Mania A Co$ Bank a (c!c of
...- - '
mi mm and shoes.
.. . K,r,CeHirt of Coaseaoa rieee.
Elite Mlllei Vlaiatiff,
tie vf tttdinf purtkattrt.
e.nl.1 Miller, Catbartve MiH. .ah Miller,
Rebecca Miller. Emily Wlhlerwieib and lnU.e
Wlldarieate, her hutaadl KIIMbetll ,M"
rySnukeberkeebceil. Aim Haenak, aed Wllllaee
0. Haenah. herbusWwd, Holooaesi W ilJersaaik evel
.tosh Miller, winuke notice that a pelltlu
airaiaa them oe Ike SIM dayef defeat A. 1). ir Iss
the Coon of foia-oa KWa wltkla and ftftrta ews
ty of PairSeld, la tk (tate of Okha. ad M ff
lei, wkereia said Eltaa sillier. 4eaads tanl" '
he followlnn real estate, te-wK la lots iiesWeO
eeeBiy-lwolW)andaevntT-rhrr rJ r"'- !?-"?,
provewenls, l tketown ef Carruil, lrtl ouniy,
Okie. Also, part of the aoeh Kael quarset wfeeeiSMr
No.3.olTnlp Me. If, sfKure (" lt Mt
ed as follows: Re(r,lnnln at post 0 f emiik week
eoritereif faetery letaad Caaal; tkeMeamrtk wHktke)
weat Unecraald bctori traet ta a seat ha ranre Wllkj
the eeatk benndart of Canal etreet. ike nee e-ealte
Intereeettkesoetk-eastseruar ef eald atreet; Ikeawe
soaus to tk eai.al; Skene eaalelsnf the esnsl to th
b)ala, aoataMaf ene-elrbl mm (HI atorea
leas. , . '.
Also another traet, SlstiafnUhed by eln apart tn?
(he south west qaarur of aecttow H. S3, of sownekfay
So. I, of rente He. I. M(tann at ike Sowtkoaak
comer of canal street; thence weet with said street sv
tke mad wklek Interseeu Mala etreet at Ik Beelbf
d Irsene aoath alw( said ruad to the canal; theaew
eset alone sausl lo thw eonth weat conic-M the est
warned tract ahoee snewtloaeds theaee sMrth en ke'f
aeetloa line to tke east boundary of eanal street. the
place of beginning; eontalntoe one half ( tiaera asoe
or less. Also In W.u So. Saod la, In Ikelowa of Basil,
rairSe:d county, Ohio.
S-rtacacoai A Ctat e, ' ' V yj"
, Atlornnya fr PeUlloaer.
tencaster, Antntt M. twn. aer8i.pfT
la Fjirfleld CunntV Co art or Com. Pleai
Georre KanSmao, Plaintiff, against Johe B Teenent,'
Uefend.oL.- ' . .'' r
THE ASSOHTMFXTIi VARIED It ESTEX ITE.
ARE ALL NEW.
They have been selected with great care.
Were bought low and wiil be sold at
. VERY SMALL PROFITS, for
CACH OR COUNTRY PRODUCE,
Tii ipeclal atleuiioD of Purine n It directed to our
atortineut of OnoJi fr
MEN AMD BOYS WEAR,
They will Snd it enmpl'te, and we are prepared to
f III tt frittt that iH(I.
- JkVliea t rtelvf ttrmt Jittml. t
mm rifn,l.r,t John H. Tennaiit. I, notlHee
on April It. IHAB. the PlalntlffSled In said Ceert,
hisaotlonacalnathiia. allea-inrthat at tk October
lerraofaaid Coort. IH53, ha recovered a Jodfraent
anlnst him for 3.0U daniaree.aiMl ti eoata of suit,
whlk Is bow dormant. and unrrverd and eneotla-.
Sed either tn whole or In part, and piaylnr that aa
order mtfht b entered, requlriner said tiefsadaul -to
show eauae by October nest, why the eatlaeebnuld net
be rorlved apaioathim.snd execution awardodlber'
on. Ann that saeaoriler Has De emoe oveein pmh,
and nnleM hs appear and answer by said dsy. the
said Judgment will be revived asHlei.otloawrd4
thereon O. EAINIU, Clerk. .
Augu.fi.lW pf 1 SO
' ' for flio Oazi)(lo and Domocra'l.
Ocmocrotio Tole llaknii g nt Carroll.
Eds. Gazette: On Saturday last wns
to come off the great Polo raising, at Car
roll, and it did eouio off-eva burlesque up
on deconoy.ni upon everything ever heard
or. dreamed of iu tho shapo 61 a political
v .... . i .
A creat iffort had been made lo rally
ibo "faithful." It was currently reported
exercises for the Cclebntion, will be dis
tributed on tho morning of the above day.
R. G. SIIUGERT,
rRenublIcnn Ilally at Uastl.
'Ou'Saturday evening last, lbs "Liberty
Vido Awakes" held their first meeting,
and we hhve hO hesitation in pronouncing
it 'tho best and largest township meetin
ever held in -Fail field connry. Tho crowd
numbored at least 700. In tho early part
of the evening IIrmnn lluoss, Esq , of
Columbus, addreBsed tho meeting in tho
German languago, and we are told made an
able and effective speech. Before and du
lintr the lime of Mr. Rucss' speech ihe
"Whisky" boys done everything in their
power to disturb null break up the moot
ins by hallowing, whooping, groaning
screaming, and indulging iu ihe worst
' -species of low, ditty blackgnardism. We
hrfi told that a gonoral row was oniy pro
vented by the arrival of the LaiiciiEtet
' Wide Awakes."
These contemptible .attempts-to dis
turb Republican meetings have become too
frequent to be tolerated in silence.
They aro to bo accounted for Gist, up
cn the "whiskey" principle, and second,
upon the soarne8s of the broken, disrupt
ed, and districted enemy who have not too
Utile sense to see and know that the row
'er and t-poila ol office are passing from
After Mr. Euoss closed, C. B. Mason,
feq!,' of Circloville. took the . stand and
.,,,ia nn ohl nnd tellin seecoh. lie
iUAUg 's a- aj
nroved. Irom the record, that the Repub
iicsn party of to day stood by the faith of
tha fathers by the first 60 years prsotice
of the government where Washington,
Jefferson, Franklin, Madison, Adams, t.we
Ilonry. Randolph, Webster, Clay, all 'the
great lights of the nation had stood be
fore them, and thtit the bogus uemoer
cy of to-day had abandoned all the great
principles nil lueiranOienttetwiiings anu
were now cringing at the feet of the slave
.power wilh no will but to obey ha behests
, . After ihe speeoltos, 'the Wide Awakes,
-numbering in allOS lamps, formed in
procession and marched to Baltimore.
Th dinnlav WAB'msctiifioont, and the ef
fect, just hat was desired to fill our
friendB with hopo and enthusiasm; terrify
the "bogus Democraoy.'Douglasism," and
to induce, as we have since iearnea, aev
eral of their number to join tho-"Liberty
enlighten the Deraociany of Greufield,''
and as these genllemen were know
orators leadors of the Democracy, occu
pying high 'positions in llicir pnrty, a Cibig
crowd ' and "great timo was nnucipaiuu
At the srpointed hour tha orators
caiuc, camo in stylo,'' looked eagerly about
the village for the "crowd," then at their
watches pocketed them again with evi
dent signs of disappointment: the 'crowd'
Arguments. If to-morrow, that little
child of yours should by an accident, too
horriblo to contemplate, but which may
nevertheless occur, be thrown upon a
blazing fire, or havo its clothing igu'ued
ftnd its flesh terribly burned, what would
you not give for ono bottle of Guornscy s
Balm.tonhl you bnt gel it without hav
ing to waste one moment's time in ' going
10 the dniggist'a for it?. It is a sacred
truth' that it will prevent all serious con
J sequences, and heal without scar, if ap-
, , , - , . ... ... . .
pneu in time, uo not remain wnuoui it
a single hour.
A. BRENNEMAN & CO
HAVE REMOVED THEIR
THREE DOORS WERT PltOM
r Tfl rF" rr rsn rry -Fi
NEARLY OPPOSITE TltB
Where thoy have mode extensive additions lo their
toruiereluck, ana wouiii ean tiieutteiitiou oi an noosv
buyers to their largu and extuusive ussortnieul of
was "not:in." Siiuchconib enquired ea-
cerlv for tbe "meelen," and was pointed
1 1 a Gathering of eight m011 an(l fuUl' lys
With very tiglj muttciiiiBS and downcast
toks the "oloqiieni' gentlemon approaon
ed the spot and ordered business lo com-
Fnr the l.nuculor Gazetld.
A Irlournliil Sacrllicw.
I am culled upon lo perform tho mournful duty of
recording the death of an oateomcd and dear friend,
WILLIAM A. SIIUMAN, whose mortal remains were,
during my absence from home, bronght to this city
and consigned ta their lust resting place
Furyvnra pnst.Mr. Shumati bad been engaged in
the construction of Rail It.mds as a Contractor; but
during tho pecuniary prcssnro for upwnrd of two
years, he lived Willi ins luiniiy nero iu uancasiur, un- uincinnall ivnin.si. ran is
i Joying tho iteasuros of home endearments. Being, Lancaster, Septemhcr SO, IPCOtT
however, of un active and enterprising disposition
he became restlens for want of employment,
ihonced buying np horses for tho Mouthern
Willi his lust lot he proceeded asfaras Holly
Mississippi whoro for the time 1m ing they wore kopt
Books and Stationery,
Which they offer for rale at ojlremeiv low prices.
The purtlculrriillentlon of COUXTKV .MEIiCIIA.M'S
is culled to our large Stock of
We will furnish tlioin with School Bonks, Rlank
Rooks and I'aper at aMu. adrauce on Eastern and
A. 11. Ot O.
3 TELEGRAPH LINE
G It E A T SALE OF
THE onderslped will olTer.nn the 1 His Daw ol
ai..h n,.s. Ilitfine the serend dsv of the
r.iH.ol.1 i',,iv v.ir.i Af 1 II K H A I K GltuliNUS,
in Lancaster. at 10 o'clock, A. M., of said day. all ol
his CfcLr.bKA l t.u
TIIOTM'G Mm AVI) Jf.iJIES,
TIIESinEOF linnAHTON, JOE
and otherfamons trotting horses, and all ofth noted
now itanding In this and adjoining roomies. He Is
now b-jtlflyearsntd, asore foal getter and In good
health. He needs no furtherdescriplion for he is well
kuown all over this btale.
JIM BARTON'S DAM.
enimil niilv 12 Yflari old and in foal bv old Tozoet a
twoyear.itd filly. out of Jim Barton's dim, by Young
Clay Trustee-ol nu speeu.
BAY MAKE rOLT,
oneyearold, fui'l sister to Jim Barton, sound, nf line
style. and large, a very promising toll. .
h. ill n Tnr.L'R. dam. old Forest Rose, one of the
UiiL-.l Koadsters In Ohio. This coll la a flue bsy colt,
of extraordinary atyle and action
a Stallion, seven venrs old, by old Togue, dam by Sir
Gcoree. G. 1). Highlander, Is sixteen hands high,
dark bay, wtlhohl while, sure foal getter, Sue roadster
snd .cue go in 3-STU-
BAY MARE COLT,
A suckling, by old Togue, dam half sister of Old
Togue, b the Klce Togue.
Terms Nine mon'.hscrcllt upon Botes payable Iu
Bank, with approved security.
This Slock will bo sold withoul
Lancastor, Sopt. 13th, IBliO Iw.
The Great Wonder
OF THE NINETEENTH CKJITl'llV,
nAIR REST. ORATIVE.
Says Ihe St. Louis, (Missouri) Democrat; Below,
we publish a letter lo Or. Wood ol this ellr. from a
I M.ln. whleh ilieaWS dOWIUC'V "' the
,iiirlor merits or his lulr tonic. Huch evi.-m-e
must hnvo Its effect, when coining from a "liable
THE BEST ASD CHEAPEST
5EW ASD VALUABLE MACHIEK WHICH
onlv needs examination to be aulversally ap-.
proved, as It is more simple, durable, easily learned,
and operated, and Is . 1
EQUAL TO ANY OTHER
FOB ALL FAMILY PURPOSE. '"
CPap3scs S23-C.CD.' '
Large Machines for Mannfactnrinc purposes fur.
Isked. Callandae. GlESKV'S BLOCK., lour jwrs
Wert or Hocking Valley Hank.
C, r. FLOWERS, Agent. -
At THE PARKER HEW1SG MtCHIXE OFFICE
Is prepared to execute all orders f..rORESS MAK
l!IO.fter the latest style. Also CLOAKS an Y
MANTILLAS, ent and mail to order. . ,,
Lancaster, August IS, liSw IT. " '
are specially luvlud to call and look through oat
We here a splendid assortment at exceedingly
Our stock throughout will be kept rati at all times.
and wo bop by selling OOOO GOODS LOW, and be
ing atteullveaud accommodating to oar catlomers,
to merit and bo favoreJ with a liberal share of public
patronise. ANDREW KE1D.
istncjisier, Dcpiemoere. jre-j sju
1 HA VE received a large lolof Ihe
MR TIGHT FRUIT JAR.
They are ef the YELLOW WAKE, and Witt entirely
superceoetaeua, or atow jar, as aeewns oi oeies
air-tight, aad free fro as corrosion or rail.
COPPER -WAKE. TLX -WAKE.
General If oOae Paralehing? Ealabilskme at,
as heretofor. Also.
Stove-Pipe and Sheet-Iron Work
SPOUTING AND Tiff -00FISG
attended ta at short notice. - JOIN WORK. -
Laocaster, May 31. irau dwiV
.nencc. hut It,! there were Wt enough o. Z OPERATION AGAIN!
tho faithful prcsem 10 laise UIO puic. it- ,,.,., of HoUiieon, House and Shuniau, While -7TV.r. V . 'rwniLT
Little iS liresbachs
. . . . i .. i i . . . . .
,,t,l rr.1 An to BiZle entirety Uie poio in cnmpitny wilh oacli other, wero nro.i at ty said
Koblliaon. wno. it niipearn.iiuo si inyvu uoiino. . on
ball, missing House, struck Shurnan under the lower
lip, end passing beneath the tongue, lodged lOino-
wucru In tke back of hie neck. SomG three or four
dnysafter thlsiinfortunatu event, somo hopes of his
recovery wore cherished under tho skillful treatment
ho received ; hut these tiopes were soon blasted by
ihe continual lojs ofblood. He died on the Tlh Inst,,
at B o'clock P.Mk mournful sacriflre to the eruel
hatred and revenge of one, whom he know) not, nnd
novcrhnd seeu before, and the wrutliful chargo of
whoso deadly weapon had been Intended forth other
person In his company.
Br. Slinmnn.nsa true christian man, forgave the
deed, by which, In the prime of life, his Innocent
blood was shed; yet,li. the sight of t Just end holy
God,"nsialJrillA hit 4rel (t siurrfcrsr."
William A.jHIiuiuan waa bom In Mlllorelown-v Per-
must go up at al. harnrds. So "runners"
wore Beuteu't, 'and -"Black Republicans"
enough finally mustered to put the thing
The nolo hp, Sites was loudly called by
Stiivoheonib. Sites came forth and made
i . . ..l 11 T ....11 tit o line.
n wnat on earm win . -
rantme? No! trie thing beg-arB desenp-
... . . ..
tion. It, was unlike anything on uie
earth, bi mtub tho earth, or abovo the
oarih. It was not intelligible, hardly un
intelligible a sort cf a blowing bellow-
intr. nttfflllff , Btrtking, SCraming nothing Conlr, Pennsylvania, Fibrnnry W, leiT and as
llit worrs won't reach. The whole nf- an Infant recelvod chrlslian baptism by rte Her. Mr.
i . . & i t:.. ! v,
fairwaSa COUipteie . nzziO, cuuing m j.Wei,, 80ond daughter of the late Rev. George
on s left In
cruel donHh. . At
nr member and
determination on the part of tho resp'ecta deacon of ihe Gervnaa Reform ' Cliurch hero.
ble few aiuontr the eight, "not 10 go With Hlsngo waa 33 years, 7 montns, ana ,
Die lew ntuuiij, "'b o . iiinue services at his fnrieral wore co
.1. r. l. f,.,Aitn il Ktirw,hr-.finih and uu m. rtBiiiriiiih of tho Presbvterian
108 UOtlK.ua iuU..uu .. I ...a srikw Mr. jnma at Kuo-nr Grove. Mnv God bless
and comfort her, wnos tosa naa oeen so grem, ami
whose true nail aoootionate nears is utooijhhubu
Ith sorrow and angmsni we an muss uie-, un.
.mi. " 1 - . j, rr etri vaoiMu wouiii.., v.
L'ood except the amusement it afforded to weisi of thi. city, who with her infant
i !. .A an ei-nrniisprl sorrow to mourn h't nntlmcly and crui
Republican looktrson, snd an expressed Hie Bm0 ofU1, aeh he w . n,,
Sites were its leaders."
' It. is to be hoped the bogus Democracy
will have a few more "pole raibings" in
Greenfield. If they do. Hortoo'd major
ity in' this township will be over one hun
The Dcmocracf of Fnlrflcltl Whi.lzed.
soon w-o meet ngain I Lotus all bo rightly prepared.
Ijinniuter. Ohlo.nenionioor lo, inuu. r. u. a.
In this city, on Sept. 1 Oth, by the Ret
t I.- 1. Mm n tvirl TcrllnPP .Inn. B.IU1
Evidoucothe frequent compliment . cATHAKI!JB j. Milleb, all of this
paid by its orators to Clay and ' his doo county. r '
trine! The Ragle's lalo advocacy of tho At'the residence of Noah McNangh ten,
old whig measure, the "Homestead," their or. "J?.
present advocacy ot the old mug meae- gITLBBBnJ Mis8 JJaiiy Jane Cherry, all
Have now iu S'torc nnd receiving a splendid assort
ment of '
Staple ani) iancn
nuitftbU for Ihe
FALL AND WINTER TRADE
WE CALL THE ATTENTION OF
toourslock hefore buying elsewhere. Our stock Is com
Doted in part. is follows: A full assortment ot heavy
WOOLLEN t COTTON GOODS.
forMon and Boy's wear; a choice stoca oi
il'IIIXOESI AND ALPACCAN
ALL KINDS of Rich DRESS 0 0 ODS
rHc Ml AND FANCY SUM
CLOAKS, SHAWLS, HOSIERY,
. 11 ,wre..wlil'.o Goods.Llnoiis. Notions,
and Kaucy Goods, nud indeed ver .thing usually
kept In a Ury Good More
WALL PAPER, CARPETING, AC
all of which will bo sold ' '
Cheap for Cash or Country Produce
. - 1. it 11. a ca i.hdoii.ii'H-.
Lancnslor, Soplonibcr SO, 18 ;u-S3lf
urce. If cerimcates are lasrasim i ...,
Ilr. needa ne encomiuius, nor useless puncry irom
the press: , .M
r a T rf - - J j. .
. . ! .. . . . .I.... 1 n..i..l ..fl.A-l. ,.r tour
months since to tue ihbim) . ....... , ,
air rsslorative. I was in.lueeu to make ...... .
I unon mv own hair, which nan "
.. .1.-1.1. a H....1 t int 1 mv Whiskers were 01 same
character. Some three ninntne since . wji
bottle of your hair restorative, ira.i .1... ... .
louud it wns proving what 1 had wi.hed, 1 ns.d I it
about twice a week. I have since procured another
10 me worn. m... "-, , ' .
llsuiiipeared lHiihon my Beau ann ieee. .....
hat resumed Its natural color, anu 1 oe.ir.e
and glossy tlian It has been before for twenty years.
am now sixty year, old; my good wife al the ago ol
Imv-two. has useit 11 wnn wm uuue.
Tk. 1 ,l,.em due tnyou foryonr vaiua-
. . . ..... ihni whoever will riuhl-
oie lll.eitvurj. . ..l. ...... j......
y use, as per directions, win no. .. '"'"' " .
trsdlrt my siatemenl. I am s citisen ol Hi sctiy and a
ro.1 'lent here for the last 1Kte.11 years, and am known
to nearly every one here and unjoining towns. A ny
use , on may u'.kenflhe .nve, wit h my me at
tached, Is at your service, as I w h 10 pie.erte tho
beuutiusofiiuluro 111 otnersas won "HI vii.Kn
I am, truly, yours.
WOOD'S H.MR RKSTOtlATlTK.
IUltihob. Janiiart Sl.tSW.
i;-..,L.n,., s,r: Havinir had the :nls-
fertune to lose the best portion of my ''''"';
yellow lever in .ew urieuus i.. "
!o make u trial of your prop;iratoii.ei.d found it to an-
er as the very tiling neeueu. j - ,"',:.
nnd glossy and uo wow. can exp r... ,
to yoiriu giving v, ,o YlYhKY JOHNSOS.
ure "proteotion to American Industry,"
their late declaration that a man who vo
ted against a Tariff cannot be the laboring
man's friend. " .
Reasonboth the Editors of tho Esgle
were old wbigs, half tha Candidates on the
county ticket and all the aspirants lo of
fice, are of the same school.
HVirtinld coUlltV. Ohio.
On ThursdDV. SeDtomDer lain, oy tne
Rev. Thomas Drake, at tho residence of
Benj. Miller near Amanda, Mr. James II.
Wolford and Miss Catharine Grove,
allof Fairfield county)" Ohio. , . .
On the same day, by the same, Mr
Joseph D. Rebeb and Mise Emily Har
ier, both of this oouniy. -
GO TO HUNTER'S,
GO TO HUNTER'S,
GO TO HUNTER'S,
GO TO HUNTER'S.
AT SILEFFER'S CORNER, .
AT SHAFFER'S CORNER, !
AT 811-EKFER'S CORNER,
FOR DRUGS & GR0CEKIES1
FOR DRUGS & GROCERIES!
FOR DRUGS St GROCERIES!
FOR DRUGS & GROCERIES!
BEST k CHEAPEST!
PEST & CHEAPEST!
BEST & CHEAPEST!
BEST Jt CHEAPEST!
IN' THE TOWN!
IN THE TOWN!
IN THE TOWN!
IN THE TOWN!
SIT .EFFER'S CORNER.-
SILEFF ER S CORNER.
Sept. . lMill. 3lf
Dissolution of Partnership.
THE Partnershipheretoforeexistlngbelween SIM
EON B BICEFORIIck JOHN C. DAVIS In lb
Lancaster Woollen Factory, Lancaster Ohio, Is bv taa
lual consent, this dsy dissolved. Tbe book, and ac
counts of said Irmarelalhe poaaesslon of said Sim
eon U- Bickroro. who is autnortaed in eoiivct aae ss
tletbeaceoanta aad business of said Arm. He will be
fsnnd atalltlaies at lb place nf kasiaass, foraierly
oecunted bvsald Srol. Alluersons ludebted to said
Srm are req estd t eowie forward and make Imme
May IV, 1(W tlf
NIMKON B. BICKfORil,
JOHN C. DAVIS.
Jtariiytsnaa Uod upon being
N A 1a X IaVaD
awkyapresenUs with the same essential element
and rives of coarse Ibo TRUfctfTANbAKD. Analyi .
the Blood of a persoa salering from Consaeiplloa,
t.iver compiatni, uyspepsia, ecromia, wc -"
flndinevery i,tanceeruin. deflelcticie I the red
giobdes of Blood. swiir.lvthe deSelewe ls. and yoe
are made well. The BLOOD FOOD la founded upon
ikisThenry hence iUaatohlshlngaoeeeas ...
To all sufleriug from cwnsumptioo, lnt-ipie.it nr eon
flrmedt or from debility of any kind; or Irons mental
or nervous prostration brought on by any cause; or
from scrofulous complaints; or from disease of the
kidneys; and to ladles suffering any of Ihe many diet
Ireseiugcomplsintsto which lheireiare liable.end
which engender consumption, the Blood Pood la of
fered as a certain aad reliable reaieriy. DlferincU
every particular from the patent aaedioinesof the day,
it is a chemical combination of Iron, salph er an
phosphorus, of vetv great worth, aad many knadreda
near glaa ana grsirm- lesuuiui.j -w ,. ---
conferied on them. ' - '
We have changed Ihe color or the Wrapper front
Red to Yellnwi and the. lie of the Bottle lo 8. 11.
Be careful to see that the fae-ain.il of our signature
is on Ihe onuide wrapper.
Price of the Blood Fond. 11 r bottle. Soldby
1 Ml! n ox vurui.
Reed, Stailbrd & Co.
AT THE OLD STAND OF
Opposile Ihe HockinsValley Bank:
lOMmuu. i" 1 t-n. .......
Sole proprietors, sua Broadway, Sew York.
SU IHE, hCHS TK1N dr CO I
Hl'RnSAI. er BHO , '
E, KCANLANat O. J -
For sale by Kaulliuan dt Co.. Lancaster. Ohio, snd
by all respectst.le IrrugsiststbroughornlheeoootrT.
VnpOr.tiullfordcan be con.ulted at our oftce (No.
409 Broadwat) either (Miraonally or by letter.
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
From the best materials, and al the lowest cash prloe.
COARSE BOOTS AT $3 50,
and other ...k in STAFFORD a CO.
esull I have eaperlenced from using k. uo tuo
S ,V.m,U. of hair. I ... ...U, in ueed
i in vour liaiv nu.. -- -
in w ionisoover may ruio
? iVVh at I now p -.sc.sa new and bea.ltll.ll growth .1
1 ,8,1,1 in ..!... rll,,.r ml handsomer lllllll
noori n il was. 1 will therefore lake occasion to
reconiinendllilsliiviilaalilereiiie.ly to ail wno .ua,
feci the necessity ol tt. .r";?, 1 oOK
P H-Thl. tosttinoulal of nly upprotmlioii for your
valuable medicine (as ou are aace "U'""-
ed:-bet ifynu tniiiK wonuj ,... -'--"
lusert If UOl oesiro) anu , u....
IvttirnlATEl.Y romove or prevonts luflamalion
rn,,n tl e worst Bum. Scald, Hruiso, Fracture. Out
or fresh wound of any kind, and Its l.o.ltug quality I.
trulv won lerrul. For Nonrnliria, rlheuniatlsni, Airus
,.,"..rrS"!'.;..n.,jlo known. Itlirevenu swoll-
ni pain of Irritable from Mosquito hlles, bee slings,
n"S.oP". s planls.cvc. It ill cerlalnly cure Croup,
w h e u Is k u n I ii to r n n 1 1 y . also Sore Throal and hoarse
iscoiiu a bottle. Sir sale by Druggists and
S o".k!poT IHVIN STONE SA.U PP
1. gpruoo Street. Kuw Vorh. Hept. iW.IHOl) lyJ
4. jseja.xA-x jwa.?5
Rev. N. A. U.
Thertostorutlvei. put In hollies uf .He. vl:
-.Jge .uedium, and sm.llithe small hold.halla plnl,
itleastlwoiily peroeul. more iiipr.,.ri.oe tliau the
,,,alVrolallrorlodollarsperl.olllo;lho large but
!le hoids. .".art' mpereeul-morei u propof li-n.aud
'"'Ti! Preorletora. 4tt Rrnadw.y
New York, and lit MarketMrccl,St.l.nis.Mi.sour
irV tiidioldbyutlgood llruggist.and F.ucyt.ood
nH,,. - Sopleii.ber0.1H8tl 3uf.1
Al 1. nersnn. InoeDICO to me, will piesse cm. u,
TBhTH OF BKPTKAlBEIt and FAY UP. V'aa'l
w.u any longor. 1 am I olng East at that tint and
mnlt hive none,. Alwaya.n hand at OLD KT-AND
with OHKAPESf GOODS' In town. B. JULIAS.
Lancaster, August SI, ISte lull
n HBm SJ. Jim
atllAlllTV LODGE, No. 7, meet every Monday
HOCKIItiCRlNG ENCAMPMENT, No, 28, meot.
Sdund sth Thursday Kveiilng.lu each month.
Lancaster, april 1. IBtiO stM i.-J.
G W. PRATT'S
j. C. WEAVER'S HARDWARE STORE
where he hi.cnnslinlly on hand all kinds of
MADE TO ORUKH.
Coarse Boots al S3 25 per Pair,
aud olher work dono In proportion,.
CASH PAID FOR HIDES.
Lancaster, August!!, ISOu SmIB .
PIANO FORTES ME100E0NS!
. , s.;s.:fassett
nntv .sDRnin- In It.!" Csty, at
Parker HoirHifc n-cmno o...,
FOR EXliniTIOX AXD SALE,
the .elobralod Light and Bradbury., R.vln B.oo.
Thoeiaud. are dally speaking In the palse ef
and why' hecanse It .esrei f ' ''"'"'"
jreliehen given In lime. It actsa.lf by magie,
and ear tn.l.leas will convince jou that what we
.ay is true. 11 contains ,
NO P AHKGOB1C UH OPIATE
ofa.yklhd.and therefore relieves by nmnimf lie
s.cr. otynur child, Instead of by si
seasiWNIiss. Forlhis reason. It commends Itself aa
thoea'e rsf.osls preparation now id.
re(siF.Ciei-e. .!. Urr''f''
eJ,n'dleIAe Sl..e, lfe. -ei. sw ...
and Cmi, also.fer softening the gums, reducing In
Samatinn, regulating Ihe Bowela.and re levlng pain
ilha.no equal-being an antl-spaamorlle It u.e.1
with unfailing .ueces. In ll cn.e. of C ( er
.thrrFil, Asvon v.luethe life and heallhof your
children, andwish W eavethem from thoee sa.l ao.l
hllirhiing con.equences which are cerlelr result
rrom the ee of narcotic, of which the oths. ren.e liv.
for Infantine Complaints are comprised, lake noi.o
butnlt.KATON'K 1NFANTILK CORDIAL, this ynu
can ait upon It la perfectly h.rrele... and '""""J
Injure tho mo.l dellnilo infant. Price. 4 i-enla. Foil
direction, accompany each lmMle-H J-.o
Kn. 4ir Broadway. Now York.
Sold by CHURCH or DOPOJT, fri'K''"'.
' No.4l.fl. Broadway, New York.
And all respectable DrngglallUroughoutthe coentre
January Iti, leou ijj.
TTpPrompl ittenlton gives to Colleetlon..ff
Office In the Oleey Building", Ye f
nockingr Taller B-ak. - , -v
Oclrber7. nau trutl , -
rU9KRV annntintta. tn Hir Old eUitOIl8r. antf th
TVK. niOELOWtS OFFICE J ,h
1 1 Kusidonce.ou WheollngSireel, nearColuinbu
Lauca.ier,Augu.u, jo ;
1 1 . . . o u Ul.t,nn. fi. i
from Ihe Kanrieso. attention of
lh elliatn. u our . nma.d Over Strung Bae.
ucaiebraled Ibr retaining tt. origin
1 ."Tn'ofbJ.or.ng4 hard I end , wlrer, -Wrtto
taken in exchange for new.
UnCMtef , Augul, MHOEltf . , J
I pohile generally, inn i nave "-!-----RhlCK
Y A It D. North of Lancaster, and will supply
Brick of the very. Mat (
mnuroldrrlena a can. u. ,
.... w J I1
Lancaster, May 31, lSSU-Stl
H. H. T4ITNTBR. '
II, H. HUNTER & SON,
aitornrr led Callr at Law.
FIOB-Slneffer House, up tlr. Entrajic W
t Market Hnote. .... , , -i r.
stei, april 19, ITCO-Str , . 1
Townehip Wide Awskea."