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CLARKE, KOOKEN &$UTPHEN,
O F F I O K
Left at too Head of tit Mtalrs.
CITY OP LANCASTER:
th ursd a7y7 bcf. 17 mo.
ARRIVALS & DEPARTURES OF MAILS,
At liancaHer, Uf llallroad.
Carsgoliig West .....11 Oil A.M.
Cart KoiliK F.at 1 IS H. M.
Accommodation going Weal 7 13 P. M.
This Train, on Haiunley night, lays over at Lancne
t nr. and reeumesltalrlp on Sunday Kvonlug as almvo.
Accommodation going EnV S 511 A. M.
This Train, on Saturday mi;lit. lava oror at I. ances
tor, andresumeiitttrlpon Monday Morning, usobove.
.' Ilf t'oachea.
To Columhoa every day, except Sunday at 8 A.M.
Arrives at Lancaster 6 P M.
ToI.ogiin,everydy,excoplKundayal....O A. M.
Arrivesul Idincaster a. ...6 P. M.
Acoominodutionenchdey.airlvescVd partialis M.
To Baltimore, nrrivet and depart! every Tnciday
nd Friday. , 1 ,
To Sow Salem, nrrlvoa and departs every Tuesday
To Clearport.overy Tliuriday night, and returns
Friday night ' ,
To Carroll, arrives and doparts every Tuesday and
Friday nights. atTo'cloet . ,,
To Rnahville. every Tnesday and Friday at 15 M.
and returns same evening,
jtSTRemombor tbe Concert wliicli is to
come off tliis evening at ilie Now Ciiy Hnll.
itsrThTllrices over flic Fasliion Course
at Lancaster begin to-dnjv Thoro nre
(Several Cne stables of bortca here from
abroad. A great time and splendid races
is anticipated on Saturday between 'Aln
rnode" and "Blue Tail Fly." '
Clotiiixo! . Adolph Aaron isstill at
bis old stand on Min. Street. He lias
just received bis fall and winter mipply
cf Clothing, as well us a fresh supply of
everything usually kept in a' jewelry es
tablishment. See Ills' advertisement.
IiEVT-fc Block. Our friends, Messrs.
Levy & Block in the Sliscffer Block, have
just received and are now opening a Very
extensive stouk of Remly Mndo Clothing
and fine Cloths for gentlemen's wear.
f liey fcre prepared to manufacture to order
in the best style. Read their advertise
ment. BKv.t-EVERE'H' MEETING.
Tho friends of Bell & Everett will lo
addressed at the Court House, on Friday
to-morrow evening, by Maj. J. R. Hal
lam, of Kentucky, P. Van Tiump, Esq.,
irnd Capt. Josh. Clarke. The publio are
invited to attend. "
,' Grocery k Provision Store. Joseph
McCrca lias re-opened bis Gropery rind
Provision Store in the Shaeffer Block.and
intends to de.ote his entire attention to
the business. Joe nlways keeps n excel
lent supply on hand, as bis old custom
ers can testify and everything in his line
will be sold as reasonable as tbe same
cin be had elsewhere in this market. See
This county is the battle ground of tbe
11th District. It we do our duty here
Victory is ours. If we poll our full vote
on Tuesday next, we will elect our Con.
gressman I7 300 majority. If we fail
to do that, we will bs defeated and our
principles trampled under foot.
Go then lo the polls, do early. Ee
that your neighbors go. Go with your
lioVses and wagons." Take tjie otd with
you; take the siolc with you . Don't depend
on your neighbors- to do the woif; do it
f oursclf.' Don't think that your vote will I
J . , j , j .t -I
not chance the result. TLrf, thousands
are ado up of individual ballots. , ,
Tu'iii out, therefore, 6no and all. Turn
out to a man and the victory is ours.
Turn out.to a man, nnd Maitin's majority
in Old tfaii field will be less than nine
hundred. This will secure glorious
victory iii the district. This will elect
our Congressman by a handsome ma-
jri:y-. . : . .
iTTho Rev. E.F. Strickland, in com
pliance with lbs request ol many friends,
will pi-each',, on Sabbath morning next
upon the following subject: "What is
Election." All are respectfully invited
to n'.tend. ; . , ,
Tho Ordinance of Baptism will be ad
ministered in tho afternoon.
live Iollirs Kewui'ri.
Lost on tho evening of the 2&h of Sept.
iii this. city, or on the road between this
nnd Hitter's School House, in Liberty Tp.
on tho' Picke'rlnglon ,road, a pocket-book
- containing about ?36; thr.ee ten dollar
bills, one tli reo dollar bill, and one two
dollar bill, besides' aboAit one dodnf in
silver'. Tho' above reward will be given
to any person returning tho same to E.
Riltor in Liberty township, or' at this
Hon. 1. Ewiiig Eutloi'scs V. B.
We invite tho special attention of vo
terslfl'th'o following letter. from our d is
limuishcd fellow citizen Hon T. Ewinu
to Jno.' Welch' And others, ol Athens, 0
Mr. Ewixo ItarJ been long nt.d familiaily
acquainted with V. , B. llorton. He
knows well bis publio find' private virtues
nnd abilities. . II is high endorsement wil
find a hearty response Iiooj the voters of
the 1 lth district; . . ..
Rock Oak, Sept. 27th, 'GO.
My Dear Sirs; Before receiving yours
of tho lHth, I hnd promised to deliver an
nddross at Chillicothe in which will be
fully set forth all that I could gay in re
ply to yours, except in so far as it relates
to Mr. llorton. With respect to him I
can fully say. thai 1 consider him at well
perhaps better acquainted wun mi jjis-
trict audits wants, and bettBi quallifikd
TO TtKNDErt ' IT SKRVICB IN CoNORESS THAN
ANT OTHER MAN IN IT.
I am very truly yours,
John Welcbi Esq., add others, Alliens,
B&.Tui Mutino at Baltimore last
night surpasses any township mooting
ever held in 014 Fairfield. The Wide
awakes of Liberty township and Lancas
ter were out in full force. Tbe ciowd is
variously estimated at from twelve to fif
teen hundred. Hon. D. K. Carter and
Hon. V. B. llorton, were present and ad
dressed the peop'e.
That Mr. llorton ever endorsed the Hel
per Book. We are authorized by Mr
llorton himself to mako this positive do
nial 5TTbo Ninth Annual Session of the
Fairfield County Agricultural Sooiety will
beheld at Lancaster, on tho 10th, I lth,
and 12, h days of October. Great prepar
ations are being mado. Tho grounds liae
been enlarged and beautiOed, the build
ings improved, seven hundred do'lars
added to tho premium list in short, eve
ry effort has been made to make this the
best fair ever held, in this county. From
what we have seen and heard, a good limp,
and great display of stock, vgo Vdos, itc,
will be had.
l-rom me lirst. we have had the Ivst
county fairs helJ in the State; but good
as '.hose that Imve gone before have been,
the coming one promises lo excel them in
every point. Ample provisions have been
mado to feed and otherwise accommodate
the tliotisinds who are expected.
"A Little Bkief Authority'' Exercis
ed Wo nre informed that the School Di
rectors at Sugar Grove rehired the use of
the School House at tint village, that
Mr. Sliuaror might make a Rcpulilicmi
spcei h tlx re' n this' they did notwith
standing tho fact, that thu bouse has been
frtcly used by the Democracy during the
campaign. These kind of annoyances Re
publicans must patiently bear a while
longer their's a boiler time coming it
is coming in spite of suoli democratic in
lolcration as the above, which they throw
in the way for no other reason than le
cause they have tho power to do so. Mr.
Benton bad liia warehouse set in order.nnd
Mr. Sheaier addressed a small but atten
tive audiance there.
White Slavery in New
,. , . ,
We publish below, tho infamous and in
human law ol tho tarritorial legislature ol
New Mexico, approved and sanctioned by
tbe vote of C. D. Martin in tho last Con
gress, by which laboring white men, "con.
trading to do service," aio placed com
pletely at, the mercy of their employcrs)
by which they may be sold into slavery
for debt; by which they may be whipped
by their master without redress in the
counts. , , . , '
We ask the "laboring men ol this com-
muniiy to read it; read it carefully, then
vote for the man who gave it his upp'oval
iftl.ey can. We ask our friends to re
member, in this connection, tbe fact that
before this barbarism could become a law,
it. had, by rea'san oi tie oiganls law of
New Mexico, to bs "approved and sanc
tioned'' by Congrrs. (See organic law.)
Here is the law:
Sec. 1. When any servant shall run a
way from the seivice of his master, he
ahull be considered at o fugitive frcm jits
ike, and in such case it shall bo the duty
(if all officers of the Terri'ory, judical or
ministerial, on being informed that such
persons are within Ilia limits uf their ju-
nsdictiiin, to ascertain whether such per
sons are runaway, servants or not, and if
they ascertain that they lire saia ofliceis,
shall immediately urrest Uiemandjjitt them
to voik ai public labor, or hire them out to
any poison to that they may be employed,
with security, until their master shall be
informed therefore, in order thai tffey may
denibiid them, and lo whom they shall
immediately be deliveiod.
Skc. 2., Every person of this Tenitory
either a contracted servant according to
the law of, t ontraols, or engaged on trips
or, as sheperds, shall be compelled to servo
for the time stipulated for in tho. contract:
and uny servant so contracted who shall
fail (9 serve by abandoning his roaster or
property placed under, his care, shall be
held resporisib'e. for all co.-jts and dama
ges which through his negligence may
result to the owner: Provided, That iu
tbe same manner in which the servants
shall be compelled to comply with this
contract, tile plaster should al?'obeeq1tHl
ly obliged, in case any servant should fall
sick on any trip, to furnish them, Rithuir
own expense, the meens of euro, nnd shall
not, under any circumstances, nbaudon
them; but on Hie contrary, shall convey
them to thoir homes, where the said ser
vants may be ubU to procure tbe means
no cssary for their substance.
Skc. ,3. No poisons s all . employ the
sei vsntof another without becoming re
sponsible by such act to pay the first con
tract; and if they shall furnish him , with
uny money, and the servant shulj be com
pelled to rdturii to the service, of bis first
master for the icasoii that the second did
not have or did not desiie to pay the mon
ey due, in such' case thp second contrac
tor shall lose bis claim, or shall be com
pelled to wait until the servant shall have
paid the money of the first contractor. ,
ko. 4. JSo conrtor tins jerritory titan
have jurisdiction nor shall take cngnizunce
of any cause for the correction that masters
mail give their servants for neglect of their
duties as servants, for they are considered
as domestic servants to thetr masters, and
they should correct their neglect and faults,
for as soldiers are punished by their ehiefs
without the intervention ot civil authority,
by reason of the salary they enjoy, an
equal right should be granted those .per
sons who piiy ilidir money' to be Berved
in tbe protection of their prpperty : Pro-,
tided, That such correction shall not be
inflicted in a cruel lienor with clubs or
Sec. 5. Sections fourteen and fifteen
of an act approved July 20, 1851, relative
to contracts between masters and servants
are hereby repealed. ' ,
Sec 6. That nil acts' or parts of act,'
laws or parts of laws, in coofliot with this
act, aiehersby repeated.
Sec. 7. This act shall be in force and
take effect "from and after its passage.
LATER FROM EUROPE.
THE OLASOOW OFF 'CAPS RACE.
The Sardinians Capture Perugia
and Spellito. .....
' i i i
EMPEItOn r?AIOI,EOX FIRED AT
St Jniixs.N. F., October 1. Tho stea
mer Glasgow, from Liverpool on the 19th
via Quee..stown on the 20tb ult., passed
Cape Race at 2 o'clock yesterday morn
ing. Tbe Nova Scotlan arrived at London
derry on the 18th ult., and in tbe Mersey
on the 1 9th, where she bad been aground
but got o(T.
The Vanrlerbilt arrived at Southampton
on the 19th.
The news is important.
The Saidinns had taken Perugia and
Spellito, and thelaiest udvices via Queens
town are that they bad beaten Lauioi i
ciere. The Great Eastern is to be placed cn
the gridiron st Mil ford Heaven.
It is reported that Napo'eon had been
fired upon by an insane man at Toulon.
His aim was averted by a bystander.
The weather in England bad been ri-
ny, but wits ag.iin finer at the failing of
An olliciiil letter from the Foreign OfD
ce says that Mr. Lindsay has no author
ity lo ni-goiiiite with the American Gov
ernment relative to the shipping interest
Tho it-tempt to lay a submarine cahle
botween Toulon and Algiers had ftiled.
The Paris Bjurso was hcavv. Routes
The Sardinians to;k Perugia after a
hard fight, and I.llUO prisoners, including
Tno citadel of Spoletto had capitulated
and tho gii rison CUO strong, were taken
prisoners. TheSuidinians hadalso occu
pied numerous other places.
Gen. C.-ahlini was advancing against
The late Neapolitan floct baJ arrived to
assist him iu the attack on that place.
1 here wa an unconfirmed rumor that the
Pope had fled from Rome.
llio event wns gcnorally speculated up
on. J hero was also iincomfirraed rumors
that Limnrciero, with 20,000 men, was
marching towards the Neapolitan frontiers
with a Tievr ot alleeting a junction with
the Neapolitan troops.
It wns reported that Garibaldi was ex
clusively occupied in organizing an army
and navy; the former to consist ol 150,000
men, while 5000 vessels are to be mads
for war purposes. There were indications
that, he intends going to Venetia:
Bossoulh whs expected at Naples.
The only foreign ministers remaining
at .Naples were LSritieli, trench, Surd id
ian and Amoriean tho latter was very
unwell. Uencral JJictori ( () was no
pointed Commander of the Army in the
Dictator s ausonc.
A Russian Envoy bad arrived at Vie
na, with a formal invitation to the Em
peror of Austria to visit Warsaw.
Several officers of high ran'k had been
shot at Damascus.
The. Bombay August mail would prob
ably be forwarded by (he Arago.
The advice from Manchester were fa
vorable. LIVERPOOL MARKET.
Liverpool, Sept. 19; BrcadstufTs.
Market firm, and all (Inscriptions have
advanced under the influence of unfavor
able crop weather.
G urnsev Balm speedily and perma
nently removts iuflamation from Burns
Scald, Bruises, Sprains, Frastures, dee.
It wi'l certainly euro Ncurxjgia, Ague in
tho Breast, and Rheumatism.
, m -
iCSrV. B. Hortom is holdings series of
political meetings in tbe county. II is
meetings nre well nttended, nnd he is ren
dering our rause offrctive service.
l.nler Iroin I'llie's Penk.
St. Joseph. October 2. Denver City
dates to the 1:4th ult. are received. ..
The Express brought over, 9 1,000 in
dust and considerable more in tho hinds
of passengers. ,
The couch met an officer, with Gordon
the murderer, in charge, 180 miles this
side of Denver City.
, It was thought he would be taken from
the bands of the officers and buns.
A lump of gold valued at $19'., is re
ported to have been found in the Amer
ican gulch, on the headwaters of Blue
River. A now silver lead has been dts
covered on the dividing ridge between the
Arkansas nnd 1 latto rivers, which assays
2 to 4 years old, of atrong ioallliy rrowtli, price from
SlOlotl per IUU. Also,'
Peachy Pear, Cherry,
ami all kinds of sni'Ul Krultmn larva' qiiantUiea. anil
Uccltliioiis Ilvcrarccna, Xhrubborf
Honcsi, UahlicN, Clowcrlnrr Plunta
Kulbs, &c. All of large slxo and
All are rospet-trully Invited to cull and examlno m
Biocit uuioro purciiasiiiKeisvwnorn.
JDI1B UKAVKi r
l.antastor Nursery ,'l.ani.lr,0., Hept.!I7, 1700-!,
A line assort tnenl of
Hymn Rooks of all kinds, and all kinds of
, PAPi:HCAr, I.F.GAI., COMAIEIiflAL
and Note, of I he 11 net quality.
MEMORANDUM AND PASS BOOKS,
nnd Copybook n of all kind". ' A flnfi and new Rinorl"-
in on t oi I'orininnif! an via una fochvi
Hooka very elieap. f
ef every vnrldy, and rheapor than can be bought else
'; '. j . ' vhore: , . t '
Hloultllnit for PIcUiic Frames,
of all sizes cheap!
always on hand, and WINDOW BLINDS, and a great
- ' ' which will be sold very low for easb. ,
TfTPlessa call and oxainlne for ynuiselves.
yTT7P. S. Don't fnrirot Ihe place, Glesey How, "it
Male Street, two doors West nf lha Hocklna? Valley
Brink, and opposite Beery A Burberry's Grocory.a
Lancaster, Sept. 1.1, lPitfl 3tf
' Tbe Death of Gen. Walker.
. The New Orleans Delta receives from
mombere of Walker's expedition, who
have returned a full account of the cap
ture ol Gen., Walker. .The following is
all that was ascertained of bin surrender
sndduath. , .
General Walker, with characteristic
coolness and dignity coot racing strongly
wiiu ins pompous assurance oi the lint
ish officers asked ' whether this demand
was made by. Captain Mmon.aaa Brit
ish officer and whether if he surrendered
it would be -in the BrUish .auih,.ritia ,.
. To (his inquiry Major Uolan and Cap
tain West, who were prosot.t at the inter
view, solemly assert that allium replied,
Yes, you surrender lo irln eg British
offieer." The question was repeated by
Gcncr 1 Walker anl the saaie a iswer
given by Commander Salmon, who rath
er haughtily and patronizingly added,
'You may thank me. too, that you hnve
a whole bone in vour body."
Tbe G. neral then told ihem that under
these circnm8tsn',e8 he would surrender.
During the interview between Walker and
Salmon, Alvarez, the ilondureau Gene
ral, stood at the door, listening. The
men were ordered lo lorm, and their arms
even to their knives, were delivered over
to the British marines, who formed a
"uard over them.
. i. ..
That night, wnen an the men wf re a-
sleep, General Wilkerand Colonel Rudlor
were taken under a guard to ti.e Icarus,
and in the morning, all the men were ta
ken on board the same vessel, where they
were closely guarded, ani not permitted
to boll any conversation with Gen. Wal
ker and Col. Ruiler. On the 4;h tbe Ic
arus weighed auchor and steamed up to
Truxillo, where she arrived that nirht
On the way, all the officers and men of
W alker s paity were searched fir papers
which might be ns;d lor Ins con vie
tion. jnndu:iionic tne miiisii tailors
and marines on tba Salmon, there was a I
forr-o of about two hundred II jndurenenn J
hobliers. On the moinin'' of the Cth, the
men of Walker's party were marchud-otT
the ship and paraded in front of three
hundred Hondurenean soldiers.
Gen. Walker and Col. Rudler, were
then formally delivcr.-d over to the Hon
durenean authorities, and the men were
marched olf to pr'non under a guard of
the British murines- They were conGrit .1
in a wretched prison, with an allowance
of. one dollar and a half a day for the whole
party, and closely guardod by fifty or tit
ty armed men. During their delention,
however, tho unfortunate prisoners recei
ved many acts of kindness font Spanish
citizens residing in Truxillo, for which
they express themselves in. terms of warm
While in prison they learned the sad
fate of their loved and heroic commander.
Walker and Rudler, after being delivered
over to the Ifoiidurdean, were heavily
iroi.od and placed in dark celln, and no
one allowed to communicato with them.
On the 11 th of September, the prisoners
were inlormed by Mr. Squires, an Amer
ican that the General was to be shot the
Accordingly, on the morning of the 12th
the ddois and windows of the prison were
all closed but through the port boles the
sad spectacle Was witnessed by Maj. Do-
(an, ot the cortege which leu the general
lo tho place of his execution, lie walked
between two priests,.. and was preceded
and followed by a strong guard.
The party soon disappe .red .from the
view of the prisoners. In ten minute af
ter they hail marched by the prison a
volley of four muskets, were heard, then a
volley of five and finally a single shot, fol
lowed by loud hurrahs. .. .
And this was all the pn.onery knew id
the late ot their brave commander, until
the dorrs and windows ot their puiso.n
were throw n open, and the fact of bis ex
ecution was announced to (hem with great
glee and exultation the part of the Hon
The body of the General was left on
the giound by the soldiers, whence il was
taken by two American gentlemen and
decently buried, wfth the aid ol two Catb-
Cant. Rudler was sentenced lo tour
years imprisonment, and was seen by ilia
prisoners riding on a mule into the coun
try, under a guard of soldiers.
Corrected weekly by Wygitm Lyons
Cofl'oo l6a!8o Sugai 10 1 1c
Ejjgs 8 Molasses fiO
Lard 10 Salt 82 00
Bacnn 1012o .Butler . 12
Wlieat per buslifcl 50095
Flour per barrel, 4 7S(Vf;5 00.
Com 35o Oats 18c Barley 6t)553
Potatoes 25a30e. ' ,
Fish per half barrel, While 85 75;
rickorcl, ?S 00; Baes 5 00.
Baltimoiib, Ocl. 2.
FLOUR Active and large sales ofOliio
and Howard street at 85.76.
WHEAT Advatioed 8c; Sales of, led
at 135; wliito 5J.35. . ,
CORN Sales of mixed at 54aG5'; yrl
GREAT SALE OF
nHE nndersljted will offer.on lha litis Da af
I October llrxt, Mielna; Ilie second da of the
KtttrnelU toun.y ruir.j Ji. i nirrn in wou.'.. "',
In l.ancastir,nt 10 o'clock, A. M., of said day.allol
TBOTTlXfi HOUSES , AM) MaI.ES,
THE Sllll. OF JINI II A KTO N, JOK
and other faiuons trotting horses, and all of the noted
TOGUE STALLIONS, -
now standing In Hits and adjoining- counties. '- lie Is
now hit ldyearsold, a sn re foal getter and In (rood
lical.h. He nemlsno r.irtlierdescriplluilfur he Is well
known all over this State. , , . . .
JIM I)A K T O N'S '-D A M.
Roun.l.onlv I'.' r:ir old and in fonlhyol.l Torjui-, a
tw.M'cnr old Kill, out of .11 in Burton's dsm.by Voung
Clay Trustee- l fmo speed,
. nAV MAHRTOI.T,
one vearold, full sister to Jim Barton, sound, cf line
styte'.and large, a vory promising eolt.
A Yearling ; Ho rsb Colt
hv OLD TOGUK. dan), old - Forest Rose, one nflhp
Anest Knadsters in Ohio. Thu coll la a One bay ooit,
nraviranrdlnarv style and. action.
I . .. . i -t v.. . l.v Rlr
a Ullllon,aevo jo.i. ,.., vj ui ...a,o, " ,
Georce; O. D( Highlander, la SUteen hands bi(ll.
dark bay.wlthont white, sure foal geller,aue roadster
snd can go In J-vu. , , ,
BAY MARE COLT,
A suckling, by old Togoe, dam half sister of Old
t K lha Rta Tnt.ua.
ferrne Nine inouthacredit upon notes parable In
Bsnk, wltb approved security.
. ThU Block will be sold wlUl0ttlrjevrArJ,-pgHRV
Lancaster, Sept. 131k, ieeO-ir. .
LEVY & BLOCK
BALTIMORE CLOTHING STORE
' m tils
l.AIVX'AS I KH, OIII'.J.
. I i
AUK now re-elvliiraaIpealntgutllieijUf3Eg7'
and rXKST kinml of
mm biadb .mm
EVER OFFERED IX Till) MARKET
-PANTS AND VESTS,
in IVt every variety, of every srtivlo to e'lirlplute 'a
Ifautlbiusn'a W'arrlrobe, fio'in Hie flues', down tu tlia
uiost subnUntlalaud eoinmoit afiparel for
Xf ATUBS'3-1 NOBLEMEN
Thrjr lio have a grunt Tarily of the r,efu! aurj
bauiiliful Triinmlfig. Nm ttllei. Jewelry. t'tubreMa,
H(ntlstiiat never inmsflre. In Irttlh. 1Iht hnve re
rUiiny to iu)l ever) body and pM Uttrotvlvet to
SELL AT LOWER PRICES -
than ever imltirartirli? wera offureJ In vhl market.
They rtt.tru their tlmnkt t Ute gor pft U "fUn
canter nnd viclnUy, ferine lir.il iatr.n;ate trie) bvo
tiiilierlo rcivd,and motitonJinlly init, ail to xvo
Itieina call, exaiulne thetr Gnt arid if llioy dou't
buy. It sbati'l be ill fault of lh?lr 0xdn. ntr thlr
prlcei. Kterybdy know Jak Block mm' i.tcv la at
wajoohabd. October 4. 1 'JT if
mm w EiPiisT!
From this date I will dvot myself prin--i(.ally
and AYTXL. SELiXi
AT RETAIL, at wholesale tuices.
TOR CVS 11,
AND ALL THAT WANT BARGAINS
WILL DO WKI.L TO
GIVE mE A CALL,
Second Door above Cook House,
Lancaster, Oct. 4, IHSa S7 JOSEPH McCHl A..
TP von want a Srit 'rate article of BROWt SV'
1 (i'aH at ceutierpound,ro to Mi-Crea's
and Ret it.
9 POUNDS of COFFEE SUGAR for ONE DOL
LAK at McCKKA'S.
8Pounl'ol ( rualicd or Powered Hiia
(far for One Dollar at McCKEA'S
rill a C4 the BEST In market from 50 cents to
X Jl.!5lperp"""1"t McCKKA'S
Six found of Rio Coffee nt ftl
MALTBY'S OYSTER DEPOT'
Where you can buy Ovslers for One Dollar per
CAR at ' McCKEA'S
TURINA. Marirona, Flavorlnr Extracts. Uplces,
Colgate's Toilet hoans.Fickles. flue Anple. Wal-
n-.t and tomato Catsnp, Citron, Pure Cream Tartar,
fhorlaie,and in fact every thing in the Grocery tine,
will he found cheap aud good at McCKEA'S
DURKE'S CROUSI1 SPICKS, a complete line,
warranted pure (and the only Spices iu the mar
ket perfectly free from adulteration) can ne round at
rpilK- Beat C'lsara and Tobacco
- citv,cau bo found at
GU TO McCREA'S.V:Wo
KV LINK, and you wlfl And It the cheapest and Ihe
best. Wa sell for CASH or CQVXTR Y PROUUCF.
at . , alcCKEA'S
ALL who purchase fiitM will SArv MO.YF.T
by going lo' .' ,' McCHEAS
riha-ger Builcline.fwri doors above Cook House.
Lancaster, October 4, WW S?lf
A. A AItON'S
MAIN STREET, i , .
3 DOORS EAST OF HOCKING V. BANK,
LiXC ASTER, OHIO.
If you wis'.i lo get the most Goods for the
GO TO A. AARON'S.
For best Jewelry
For latt'st style Jewelry
Fur cheapest Jewelry. , . .
Go to Adolph Aaron's
SEAR TI1K H0CKISO VALLEY BANK.
For the best CI icks
For the best Clonlts ' .
Fur the best-Gold Clmins .'
For Bbst Silver Plated Spooni
. For Best Gold Finger Rings
Go' to Adolph Aaron's
For the Best Clotliing .
For llio Good Overcoats
For Fine Drcs9 Coats ,
, For SplenJid Vests
. ( i For Everlasting Par.ts
Go to Adolph Aaron's
For a Fine Shirt
For a Choi.ie Ciavat
For a cood Uridor H'l,r' ' ' i
a 1 , . IT .
bur a boou ana utinap iiat
For a Fashionable Cap
Go' (a Adolph Aaron's
If you wont Good Bargains, call at
Thru dcoo im( stat Ihciimf Fall') Jlmnk.
WATCHES REPAIRED AS USUAL.
Lancaster. October i. 1850-3in7
Now is the Time
TXI'KHIKXCR, Ihe bct of all proof has tauclit,
I'j l)i-lohcr Is lau bt-sl lime to pl.inl Trees in Oils
liititinle.ir done properly. To those wanting liirRO
Trei's lor tke iiouieillHle einbelllsliini-nt of llioir fi-i-denees,
this Is a gooH oppoMunlty, lis wo have Evor
arein. and others 3 10 ' 111 Toel hits', 'lo siu-ll us
want ltHUtt THM., for early fruiting of the Bust
dtmiriihle quallili.s, a rare rliaiire Is presented, those
ol all di-slnilile tiixs, nnd are of our own raising, and
tho sorts mostly proven n our sfieciinen Trees. .
Ftovtnng oarass asa Hoof or eary Kinn.
We eultlvate and kttm up" nt uiual every desira
ble thing In our lino, although 4jtreK"l ragents
and others have disaoinliiaujo that our riilrsery has
"rua tut." .In reply. wa would any In oi.r friends and
thu public, we have acrea of gfewa trtts, (not bound
up in catalogues onlvO'jol Indispose t,f, as eaeHtid
chrap tor, as the CDantry eanhnastof. Comennd See.
Carroll, Ohio, Oct, 4. lS0U-3w7 8. UtlKMAN
HE public are hereby nnilOed. ANNA MAH1AH
FRIhUSAI'KH, wife of Joseph Frlednaner has
borlnor trustlns-her. will do so at their own risk,
ndoned herhutband witaouieaose. rrsonnir-
at he will not be responsible for herc.outrects.
Sepl,7,lBC0-3io. JOSEPH NtiKDNAUEX.
Jar 3E ipir"
". . . . .. ! I,, i.
TTO'l"r.biery'r!ijctfiitly Infnrra tlia p?iil nf
I f vairneiu county ana tne panne fii.rany,tiiai
He has opened diit IN
dlrcstly opposite Martia 4 Co's Bank a Rluek of
Whlf h will be fnnad on inspection xtrthi tht aun
tie of tuttndmg furchaitrn.
THE ASSORfMtXTIj VARIED It ESTK-IVE.
ARE ALL NEW.
Tlit-j Lave Lei.-n selec ted with great care.
Wire bought low aoil wi.l be ulJ at
YEItY SMALL l'ROFJTS.for
CASH OR CDUNTRV PRODUCE.
Thcir.ccl.ii attention of Parmer-1 tiiatcteti to our
asaortnieni oi uooot ir
MEN AND BOYS WEAR,
flifiy will find It rompiHf, and we are prepared lo
tell mt pritt that witttmit.
are specially invited :o call and look Ihroujh our
We have a splendid assortmental erceedinjly
Our slock throughout will ha kept fall at all time,
and we hope by selling GOOD GOODS LOW, and be
ing attentive and accommodating to our customers,
to merit and be favored with a litiaral aasra of public
patronace. ' A5DKEW RHIO.
Lancaster, SopleiLber 6. I860 53lt
GO TO' HUNTER'S,
GO TO HUNTER'S,
GO TO HUNTER'S,
GO TO HUNTER'S. 1 ' :
AT SHAFFER'S CORNER,
AT SHFFER'8 CORNER,
AT S BUFFER'S CORNER,
AT StLEFFRR'S. CORNER,
FOR DRUGS & GROCEHIES1
FOR DRUGS & GROCERIES!
FOR DRUGS fe GROCERIES!'
FOR DRUGS & GROCERIES! ' !'
BEST k- CHEAPEST!
BEST & CHEAPEST!
BEST fc CHEAPEST!
! ' i ' BEST & CHEAPESTI
IN' THE TOWN!
IN THE TOWN!.
IN THE TOWN!
IN THE TOWN! j ",
AT H, B. HUNTER'S!
AT II. B. HUNTER'S!
AT II. 3. HUNTER'S!
- AT II.- B. HUNTER'S!
SH.EFFER S CORNER.
SILEFFER S CORNER.
sept. . ifeo, .satf , 3 ;
TELE GRIPE L INE
GUEAr ATlU ACTIO N.
Hare now in Store and rtftfiviu; a aplemlid nr'
mt'iti of , ' .
Staple a.tD aivt
suilablc for the .
FALL AND WINTER TRADE.
WE CAkL THE ATTENTION OF
toour stock before bnying elsewhere. Our slm-k Is com
nosed in ran, as follows: A lull assortment in neav
furUuitand Duy'e Woarj.a cbol.-o slock or
nKHnoEX AUD ALPAW'-Aa, ,
ALL KISDS of Rich DRESS GOODS
CLOAKS. 811 AWLS. . HOSIERY,
Glovcs'und small wan-'s.whlVe GonJs.Llnens. Notions,
and Kai.ey tioods, nnd indued evury tiling usually
kept iu a ir t.und Sloro . . ,
WALL PAPER, CARPETING, &C.
. ,. . . , all ofwhki-h will be sold .i ,
Cheap ftirCash or I'oimlry Produce
l.m i.K lillESBACH.
Lancaster, Scptcmbur '.'"i W--suit .
IMMEDIATELY removes or prevents Intlamalion
fmni tliu worst Burn H.-ald, Hruisu, Prnciim.. out
or frosb wound of anyklnil, and lis healing quality is
truly underfill, for NeuriilKia. Khauinatisw, Ague
In the tireast.Saltrlioani, Pn.led l'oel,thlH.lalus,c.,
It Is the best appllnntlnn .known. It prevouU awell-iuu-.
piiin or Irritable from Moaqutm biles, bee slings,
l.oion.viis ptnnls,c- II will Certainly euro Croup,
when taken hiternallf, also Sore-Throat e.ld hoarse-
. u. ...,h!j hollle. for sale bv Dfua-fflsls and
Hloreiocport, ' IKVIN STONE. Solo Proprlelor, No.
1 . h I .rucjllro.ct. New Yot ljs riepi.uv I uuo i
ALL nenioneliideble.1 to me, will please call uy mo
TKNTH OK 8EPTKM BKH and PAV UP. tan't
wail any louger. 1 am lolng Kasl at th "me
must have aoney. Always en hnud ol;r TARI
llh nH KArKST OOODS IB town. X.. jui-.n.'.
Lancaster, August 13, 1!0 ltn21
.THE JBES r AWC;ciIEAIriT
AKRW Alffc TAMTASI.l IIACrTlKK WHIC"
anlv ae.d, urBtaaltoii la ka aniran.il. aa. (
prov.d.Mltlaaioraalaipla, slaaaUa. Ml tswna4
and pau.l, aa I, .,
EQUAL .TO ,-A.NTt. OTHER -
' 0 Alt rAII.T PUB POSES. , v
iFaf.acB GiKkCD,, . . ;'-.
Larta Maelilnaa for Msnnrkeinrlnr parpawn fora. . (
J1"" ". OIBHKV'S BLOtB-.foardaara, w
WesvofMealin all,y Haalt. , .j.
A1 TUB PARKER SKWHO Mrnt!IB OPPICI -
Hprauir.dto exseataall nidera fornRE" MAX
ISO. after th latest styles. Al CIJAKS a ad
MAMTILI.AS, cut and nade so order.
tanoauer, Aurusl It, lHHk r.
rliAykman Blood apoapalat.
: A liY TalVO -
aIwaTpreiriH with the aero eaMlal tleroeete
and ffl vea f coo ree tbe THU It mt A Ml A H 0. Analy te
the Hlood of a perA aaMrln freaa Cotaatnptlor
J.lver Complaint, L jajep)ai. Scroftila. ac, and vJ
And laeverv lniuncearu,M. 4e0:Unele In ibe red
jrtonulei of Bload. Sepply three dtletenclee. ana jroa
are miuJe well. Tbe Hl.OOh 9(mb U founded upon
' To all tnflerfnfffrljfa eoiitum(ftion,4nclplpnt or con
firmed; or from debility ofa kind; or Irom mental
ur oervoca prortratlon tmua;lii on by any eauee; or
i from aerofnWna ctimpleinie; r freia diaeeeee of thm
kldnejn; and to a-1i uffriiiaT env of the many die
trenVniC cotnulaltlti tAwhirh. thrriexare liable, and,
w n icq engennwr eontQetpunn-, ne mtxi KoodUof
feredea a rerulnai-d relUhlo remnly. lfTi?rlrc tr
uverr pafilsrqlar from tne patent laedlefneaof the day.
mi a c(ienicai eowniiiaiioM. qi iron, ampnur ana
lliotftioruii,.of veryrreat wurth. arid many hundred
ljarrlad and rmtru teatltaonv ' the bastieflu Ithae
conferred on them.
Wa hare cbinired tne rolor or tbe Wrapper from.
Red to Yellow: and tbe li M the Brm1 to 6 nt.
t cartful 10 ee tbat tbe fee ainjUe o-our ilrnator
1 on Hie outride wrater. . t
'rice Mflbv Ulood Food. 91 per twHU. Hold by
Sole proprietors. 4ir9 Broadway. 5ew, Yorlc.
And JM!t K. PAKK, ' - . ', '
HIM HE, rCRHTK(!f CO CiDeioaatt, .
HUHItMAh tV BHO . ) a
K. 8C A3.LAJI 4k CO ' j
Por aale by Kffmsn e Co.. tnraeter. Ohio, a4
byall reapeeuhle Uraf(Uthoitbot,lheeoaittrT. ,'
irpOr.Oellfordean be eonti1ted at obrofBee
409 Broadway either pcraonktlly or by letter.
Thousands are dally speaalng In tba pala t
, , SH, ESTOKH ' , ,
INFANTILE CORDj AL( J
and whyf beeaose llarai ( mfirt faafa.taaa
rilimf when (ivea to tltue. It aAa aa If by aagtc.
and tna aat will 'eonvlace you, tbat what
saylstrda. -It eeutalna
RO PARKGOBIC OH OPUTC .' "
ofaafklud.aad therefore retinas by rtmnimg (,.
aajrr,a ot your child. Inslaad ol by aaai.ai.a Su,
saietr,r,a. rris raaarta. is cohiidvbus ,mu mm
the.ay rtlimblt tireparkllon now known for CailarM
Telthtng .Dlmrrkmm. Dl9tr, onptmgt cas Jaa,-.
tti.Miikf $ ta. l.e, If mi, ,CtU aa tht Him,
and Creep, also, Ur.sofuntng the If ttnta, redoelng Ipn
Daoation.reffoiatmK aa oowaia, ana relieving paia.
It has no equal being, an antlpaamoUlc U Is asd
with nofelling success lo alt easaa of Caaaafeiea er
mthtrFitt. A s yoa vc!n the life and keallkof your,
rhlldrdh.aafwlahloeavatbea fraaa those sad and.
KMahHn ...a.aMMi arkiSi era eertatr la rwanlL
etna the ose of mreoilpsof rblee Ike otnt.-reaedlee
for Infantine Complainta. are. com nosed, take stoaa
bulDlt.JiATOS'lii.tFARTILE CORDIAL. tkla you,
can aai-v upon It is perfectly harmlas'. and cannot
Injure Ike aosl delicate Infaal. Price, tH,ots. Pair
directions accompany each bottle, ifreparedonljr by
, So44byHCHCH eV DUPOKt, PruarlsU.
Ho.v. Broadway. Sea York. 1
And all respectable Druggist tbroughoutlhe country
January 18, SSO-rlyg , t T
I :: .
Aa BRENNENlAN & CO
HAVE REMOVED THEIR
BOb'K S T O R l?
THREE DOORS WEST FROM
8XARLT OPPOSITt Till
' . ,. i it u
Where they have made eitnslve additions to Oialr-
former slock, and would call the aUentloa olall Hook-
buyers w thvir Utge and extensive assortment of
. , - t i . - s
Books and St Uionery,
THlrh 'M iitC't for tale at ev'trcmery low prieet. '
The pnrin-ulrraiiiritto orpOUNTKY MERCHANTS
Is called lo our large Stock f
Ve will fsrnlsh Ihem wltb ftchool Dooka, fllaok
Books and Paper at a sain advance on Eastern and
Cincinnati wiiol8si.e rnicas. A. B. ds CO. ,
lain.astcr, Si-ptombtr s;o, IH6li tf . ......
IW!t.Loltrrorsnl.livpoMleaucllon. at my re
tideuce.lalf inilo We! of the Lily of Lancasiar,
On Friday , October 5, I860.
.1 ' " the following property, to-wli; . .
A URGE QUANT1TV OF HAY,
40 two years old CATTLE,
20 oon yearolJ tlo. 6 one ypr old Heifers
Fire Horses', 1 Blooded Mare; t two-yeart otd Coluj
ONE FINE BULL. 40 HOGS.",
1 Wagons, one Carl,FIFTF.F-BAKREU" of CIDER,
60 ACRE- OF CORN -in iIm SHOCK:
III be nnVred In parcelstosnltnorchasert,
it tho same II me ami place. I will offer for aale
95 1-2 ACRES OF LAND,
having on It a good comfortable Uwclllnt: Honsa and
a 'rttrale ttnro. and un Orchard. Th land will be
offered on long rrertlt. Sale lo commence at 9 o'clock
. M. Harms will he mane Known on unj i paia.
hepte or M, lrXiOS2 l- TALLMAIiCE.
VALtJAliLK FAHM AT
PUBLIC. OR PRITUE SALE.
THE nndortlgnad Rxeenlera r tne estate ar "aary .
Arnold, deceased, will offer at pillule tale, (If not
told belnre at pr.vau, auiej as " "" ll
Laucaslar, Ohio, the . 1 jt
9 lib Dsiy of November Next, - .
at 1 o'clock P. ST the Farm belonrlng lo' said eslale,
cbnsistlng of about I AM adjoining the Farns
of hamuel HbaeBar atid S. W lest.ia Oleenaold Ww-
i u..,.a..i.t rihm.
The entire tract Is cliol.-s farm land, atMloaed la
rnoi fences. A ni aeree of ihe same b aader enl-
4lvatlon; the balance Is very goou iimsir ao. -..a
runn ng water tnrongn mo aama, .a-.""i""
area linw Ug Dwelling House, good Bare aodolb-
erout balldlugst , . ..
Several Never Failing Spring,
elate ta the houee: a good APPLE OROHAR" ajta
number of oilier fruittreee areonlhepl.ee.,'
aL'... r..u.a Ma.tiniara anoiv m x a
O. H. ARNOLD, Ml. Vernen. 0.1
B.F. rtlNDMMND. Uneatter.O.,
Uaea'er,OWo, Bepm3eea- , . 4. ,