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, CITY 07 LANCASTER
Tliurdiy RIornluff Piny 185f
- LOVE OF THE riBST-BOBJU
Mother 1 e'er thin Infant bending,
lu 1U gentle, gentle sleep,
Omiiij till lliy soul i swelling
With emotions trnnir and deep,
Leap thsrenot within thy bMl
A new fount f jy and pride.
Sweeter lbo the dreams we fum-led,
Wnon we wandered slds by '
' lu lire's early hopeful monmig.
When wo wandered side by sld
Vara our hearts, and true and trusting.
Bright the Impel that Uisn were our
Joyously wo mid life's pathway,
Plurkingaothtiig but iu fiowurs.
IVie a bark by brueie of auiuwior
-Tj.ire along a gentle stream,
8n those days, without a shadow. .
Glided Ilk a tunny dream,
' O'er life's blue and strolling billow,
Kweet and silont iu a dream.
But the tide la rnsutng foster.
And tho wlllowa by tba sburo.
On our way their silent shadows
Li fa has lost IU Ideal brightness.
We bar fi ll IU grief and pain,
.. Chlldliood'a bopesel fairy lightness,
t'oiue Dot lo our hearts agaiu.
wearing as tho morning dew-drops,'
wo wiaa mem uac aguiu .
i Bonding o'erthy smiling Infant,
Ah I young mother, thou dnsl fool
Deepor lore and nobler impulse.
Than jbuts's highest aims reveal.
Fold him closely to thy bosom.
Letlhy heart with rapture swell,
Tblne lokeep tu sinless beauty,
Tblne to lees but not fee well;
Else tho "Glorious Hver"ilsim It,
For Ho dooth all tilings well.
BT VIRGINIA F. TOWNSHKD.
My husband is a very strange man.
To think bow ho should have grown so
provoked about such a little) matter as that
scarlet scarf. Well, there's no use trying
to drive him. . I've saUtad that in my
mind. But be can be coaxed can't he
though and from this lime henceforth
ss!ian't I know how to manage liiiu? Still
there is no denying that Mr. Adams is a
very strange man.
You see it was this morning at break
fast, I s:iid to him, ''Henry, 1 mast have
one of those ten dollar scarfs at stuarts.
They are perfectly charming and will cor
respond so nicely with my maroon volvet
cloak. 1 want to go out this morning and
get one bofore thoy are all gone.
"Ten dollars don't grow on eveit bunh,
AdVlme; and just now tunes are protty
hard you know," ho answered in a dry
careless kind of tons, which irritated me
greatly. Besides I knew he could aQbid
to get me tho scirf just as well as not, pur
suit his lordship.
liaps my mann
requesting it did not
"G-jntlemon whocan afford to buy satin
vests at ten dollars apiuce, can have no mo
tire but penuriousncss for objecting (o
give their wives as mucli tor a scarf. I
glanced at the money which a few minutes
before he had laid beside my plate request
in:' me to procure one for him; he always
trusts my taste in such matters. I spoke
angrily, I should have been sorry tor it
the next moment, if be bad not answer
"You will thon attribute it to mv rjenu
riousness I suppose, when I tell you 1
cannot let you have another ton dollars to
"Well, then, I will take this and get me
the scarf. You can do without your vest
this fall;" and 1 took up the bills and lefl
the room, for ho did not answer mo.
"I nefd it, and must have it," Isolilo
quiccd, as I washed my tear swollen eye
and adjusted my hair for a walk uow
Broadway; but all the wlnlo there was
still small roice in my heart whispering,
"Dontdo it. , Go and buy a vest for you
husband," and at Iast.f would vou believe
it?) that the inner voice triumphed. I wen
down to the tailor's, selected a very fine
vest, and brought it home.
"Here it is, Henry. I selected th
color which I thought would suit you
best. Isn't it rich ?" I said as I unfolded
the rest after dinner, for somehow m
pride was all gone. I had felt so mm
happier since I had resoved to forego the
He did not answer mn, but there was
such a look of tondernoss filling his dm
handsome eyes, as his lips dropped I
ray forehead, that it was junt as much us
I could do to keep from crying out
right. But I havn't told you the cream of tho
story yet. At night when ho canto homo
to supper, ho threw a little bundle into my
lap. Wondering greatly what it could bo,
I opened it, and there was the scarlet scarf,
the very one I had set my heart on at Stuart's
"Oh! Henry," I said, looking up and
trying to thank him, my lips trembled, nnd
then the tears dashed over my eyelashes,
and he drew my head to his heart, and
smoothed down my curls, and murmured
the old loving words in my onr, while I
' cried there a long time; but, ohl my tears
were such swoot onos.
Ho is a strange man, my husband, but
he is a noble ono, too; and bin heart is in
its right place after all, only it is a little
" hard to find it sometimes; and it seems to
rue my hoait never saw it so deeply as it
does to-night God bless him.
Benjamin Wist. A littlo boy, named
' Benjamin West, was set to tend a littlo
. baby, asloep in its cradle. He looked at it
kindly, and felt pleasod to see it smile in
its sleep. lie wished ho could draw n
. picture of the baby; and seeing a piece of
puper on mo wow, aim a pen Him iiik, lie
tried what he eould do. When his moth
er came in, he begged her not to be an
gry with him for touching the pen, ink,
and paper; and he showed her the picture
he had ma lo. His mother knew at once
what it was meant for. She was mucl
pleased, and kissed her littlo boy. Then
he said, if she liked it, lie would make
, pictures of sorao flowers she held in her
Land; and so he went on trying lo do bet
ter and better, till he became one of the
finest painters iu the world.-Youth' t
Friendship is one soul in two bodies.
There is no possession more valuable
than a good aud faithful friend.
Willed men can not be friends cither
among themselves or with the good.
Procure no friends in haste, nor, if once
procured, in haste abandon them.
It is pleasant to grow old with a good
friend and sound reason.
We ought to be equally miudful of our
absent and present friends.
Bo the same to your friends, both in ad
versity and prosperity.
We should behave to our friends just as
we would have them do to us.
Never let your tongue go before your
Life's enchanted cup but sparkles near
the brim! '
Real friends nro wont to visit us in our
prosper!'' only when invited, but in ad-
; . . - e . i. 1
versiij to come oi ineir own hci-ui u.
Do good to your friend, that ho may be
more wholly yours; to your enemy, that
lie umy become your friend!
It is only by a strict adherence to all
that is upright that true enjoyment can be
Youi word is your servant, so long as
ou retain it; bnt it becomes your master
hen you sulfor it to escape.
Our very manner is a thing of impor
ance. A kino no is otten more agreeable
than a rough yes.
I will chide no heathen in the world,
ut mysi-lf, against whom 1 know most
In life we shall find many men that are
great and some men that are good, but
very ft-w men that are both great nnd good.
Gravity is the very essenco of imposture;
t does not only mistake other things, but is
apt perpetually almost to mistake itself.
It be tokens as great a soul to be capable
of curing a fault, as to be uicnpablu of com
A vain man can never be altogether rude,
Desirous as he is of pleasing, ho fashions
his manners after those ef others.
Sound and sufficient reason falle, nfter
all, to the share of but few men, and those
few men exert their lntluuiico in silence.
Believe nothing against another but tip
on good authority; nor report what may
hurt unotlior, unless it may bo a greater
hurt toothers to conceal it.
Foppery is never cured; it is tho bad
stamina of the mind, which, like those of
the body, are never rectified; once a cox
comb, and always a coxcomb.
Invincible fidelity, good humor, and
complacency of temper, outlive all the
iharms of a lino luco, and make the decay
of it invisible. Tutller.
There is a way of getting over French
iridc, for it is akin to vanity. But Eng
ish pride is invulnerable, for it is based
on the majesty of money.
We ought not to isolate ourselves, for
we cannot remain in a state of isolation.
Social intoi course makes us the more able
to bear wilh ourselves mid with others.
Sorrow quickens the intelleetuul powers,
if it wound the heart. Luther was wont
to say, "if it were not for tribulation, 1
should not understand Scripture. "
Our principles are tho springs of our ac
tions, our actions the springs of our happi
ness nnd misery. Too much care, there
fore, cannot be employed iu forming prin
ciples. Integrity is tho first moral virtue, benevo
lence tho second, and prudence the third;
without the first, the two latter cannot ex
ist, and without tho two former would Lo
THE GREAT HARDWARE STORE.
Ko. nr.. mailt Streets
CitisoMotLsawwUr pei sons from tUeCounUy igIQN 0f THE PAD LOCK AND MILL SAW.
GEORUE II. SMITH, WHITE & L-tTTA
INeiUllnjrthoatioiitionoflliopubHcto tbolr new ad
ecrllsemei.t, would einbnro tho Opportunity of re
turuiicUibirlliHnks to their old friends and the public
generally for tlteir yory liberal patronage in time past,
mni w.mld moat rCM.i tlfully S'di'-ile a roiilliiuniiie of
the same, as Ibey are dwerniim''! lit spare no olfurt to
NORTH SICK MAIN STREET, LANCASTER, OHIO
THE attonUon of peraona wanting clothing la re
spectfully called to the Immense assortment of
Mens. Bnys' and Children's. He wishes It understood
lhntarsiruiai!'-c''" 'J " '"
Hint he h;iM lived liriueiules wlliltl
rovern them. The clerks ure Instructed to represent make it both pleasant and pmlll.ible to uny anil all per
Irulhfullr ull articles sold by them, aud if, uller tno
tiurrunse, parties are uoi au 'u. iu cm -,
io e.tcUiiUKe.or the money will be ckeeililll) refund
ed. A purtinl list arrived :
frock ud Dress) t'onta.
iui-i, i.r, anown, ouvr, clirct inn ni.aiiltv.
Niusrle HrcnMcii Utiaiuca font).
OCTONKH1HI , OxrORD WIXFU, CLOTH, THID,
csas, oaa doeskin, sn.vta ouy, rxssiMitaa mu
HOTT1.EU. Bf.i'K, riN' t nnd nnxr TWicrn. aImi,
Black aud Blue CLOTH SHOKT bACS os r'KOCKS.
Bine and Brown srLTAaa cloth raoi OVERCOATS;
lllack, Bluo, Brown A Ollvo Devonshire Korseydo;
Blue, Black, Grev. Whitney and Drab do:
" Piloi Cloth, some Extra Long, do;
Ruk ninn,it Hrown Cloth. Sunerior. do:
Drab Embroidered ClotU Sues and Walking COATS.
Black and Blue CLOTH some Extra Fmo.
KKAL ENGLISH 11 LOT CLOTH;
Plain Black SATIN, Figured SILK nnd SATIN;
" SILK; Fancy SII.lv and NAT1N;
Black CLOTH and r'nucv CAS.S1.MEKE;
Black and fancy vbi.ykl;
Fancy Volvet aud Silk BALL VESTS.
run taloon s.
Blnckand Fanoy Colored DOESKIN;
" , CAS&1MEKE;
' and Riickskln do;
Devonshire Kera.y and Oxford Mix'id do;
Black, Blue and Khiicv Colored SATINET;
KU1SNCU urn! AMEKICAN COTTON All IS.
SILK, MP.HINO, ALL WOOL, Red.C-rny and Wlilto
KLANjNfc.!., and col i u.l riA.i.ir.ij uumv
SlIIIM'S ud DKAVt'KKS. ALL LINEN and COT
TON I-HITS. A At miurauteed in all instances.
HALF HUSK Oaknoy and Midland Wool, Murlnn,
White aud GruyLnmo' wool, iMifiisa ami uoriuuu,
Cotton. White and Colored.
GLOVES Black, While and Colored Kid Gloves;
Thread Mlkand nenpolitan i-msii uo;
Drub Buck GLOVES and GAUNTLETS.
CKAVAT.S lllack Fancy Satin and Silk Cravats.
STOCKS AND TIES, of all descriptions imposslblo
to enu morale.
Boys and CliUderii's Clothing.
Black and colored Cloth Frocks;
u u Sacks;
Casslmcro nnd Tweed Frocks and Sacks;
Black and Colored Overcoats;
Moltlud.Gray and Brown Whitney Overcoats;
Bl ick. Blue and Brown Cloth Jackets.
VESTS Black Cloth, Blnckand Fancy Silk Vests:
Twojd and Colored Casslmera do.
PANTALOONS Black nnd Fancy Colored Cassiuioro
Kutiliet, Tweed and Collonadc;
Children's Black and Colored Cloth Suits;
t " u Jackets;
tt it . a Catawnys splendid.
FURNISHING GOODS Merino Shirts, Cotton and
Cotton Flannel Drawers:
Muslin Shirls.Linen l!osoiiu,CollarsciVl rHtbnnds;
Cotton ami Wool Half Hos'; Casslinore Gloves;
Suspenders, Handkerchiefs, Ties noil
SILK, COTTON ii ud GINGHAM UMBRELLAS.
Lancaster, November HI, la-l.
Ckssncr dm ii cut before Offered in
JOHN EF INGER
rTAS lately purchased from P. Hope Ills Interest 111
1 I I lie llanlwaro business, and In addition to his lil
rnji.lv lnrirn stock. Is now dnllv rocolvlnir, direct from
the jifnniiiicrurnrnand lmporitr, n lariro purchase of
nuw poods, which will make Ills stock of Hard ware one
nfilio most extensive to bo found In tills market. His
for tiiirchasint? and arrangements wilh Mnnu
faclurers, which ure ociiiil to uny, will eniiblo him to
offer nil description of Hard ware, at loiter jtrir.it than
antiathtretltihlinhment. The attention of hiitMr.ita
and Macnsmi s Is Invited to the extraordinary Induce'
inetitsnow held out tothoin in Hie way oi irreni oar
rains fully sallsficd Unit If they consiiiiiiieirown in
I...... i iimv will b certain to call and exainino his pri
ces before purcliasliir elsewhere. By close attention
tn iimns. nun nv consia I v KeciuiiB: on niiiiu n inn
nnd complete assnrtiiielitand the best tronds, hn hopes
tosecuro a larifo shnre of the patruiia(o of tho Farmers
and Mechanics ortlie county.
April 2(1, 1HJ4.
iiiiitb-v mitl 'nriina:n Itlnkors
WILL Had, at tho AV Hardware Xlorr, opposite
tlio Tiillmailet , one oflhe larirust nnd hesl
solKclert slock of TriiiiiulnES over opened In tills mar
kct. Colislstine III part of
1IKI l'lecua Kniiinl'd Duck nnd Ciuivnss,
Fancy colored do.
50 " all Wool s'ud union Damasks
5(1 Hides putoul nnd Ensui'ld Leather,
Brass and Silver Plated Bands, Top I'rnps,
Stump Joints, Isices, rurlliir. axoiii, "i".
Lancuster. April HO, 1HM JOHN EFFINGER.
iioii.se: BinMEiis dupot.
TOHN EFFINGER would Invllo the nltonlliin at Car-
.0 ptnttm anil ( Huihltm to Ills lnrKO stock nf
Mouse btlllitllir? maienais. iney win mm coiisimiiiy
on luind,tlie bost Juniata Nulls, Siiikes nud llrads;
Tho most noprovcd uoor i.ocks nun Latcues;
Window Gln.is nnd Snsll of ull sizes;
Concbllii and Wood's Cure While Lead and Oil;
Door and Blind II Is. Hion Hlnrea, Holts, otc.
Those about hullillni; will be certnlu losnve mniioy
by exuniinluir my prices before pKrchuslnic olsewhoro
AprlUd. IH.14. .
SUlTF.lHoiill trndnsnnd oflho most npprived mako
Butcher's Cast Steel, Firmer and Hackel's Goiiisres,
Kpoar aud Jackson's Cast mid Kprluir Steel Saws,
Butcher's Double and Single Pluno Irons,
Ohio Tool Company rlnues,
Masons and PlastersTrewls,
Cooper's Draw ink- knives, etc., ror snlo cbenp by
April SO, 1S54. JOHN EFFINGER.
sous w i.-iliimr to iiiirrhase Hurduare of any descript
of them. Feelinff satislled wilh tliyir eKri''nc' in the
bueitiussaiid mei.us of keepiuir up a lare stock, that
Oicy run offer c;renter Inducements to the public than
aHtiothtrtitabliskmunt is ise city or ricinit. They are
well aware of tho necessity of small establishments
makine up In blow inr, and pittllnE w hat the) lack hi ma
ny other nartieiilurs. tlievwish llieretore to uvoid any
tliinirol'tlial kind, and are mllsiled afier rt oeivim llieir
untiro new stock, which is now arri vine dally. thai a look
through their ei(sic jlaa'iAatca will satisfy any
one that the Grtat Hartlwar Stort is the place to Ann
what they want and at low prices. 1 beir stock will con
Plttsbnrtr JnnlntaNail,iplkca Urn elk
CARPENTERS and Builders will please take notice
that the now firm of WHITE eV LATTA will sell
none hut the bost Juniata Nails. All Nails sold by us
will ho warranted. We have now ou hand,
5.0 Keirs Nails. Spikes and Brnd,
250 Boxes HxlO, 10x12 and 1014 City Glass.
2tiu Reus Wm. Wood Co's Puto White Load,
1(1 Barrels Linseed Oil,
3 Barrels of Pulty.
In addition to the above we hare a very larpre stock of
RuilHintr Hardware of evry discrlptlon. which will be
soiu cuenper man ever. eniiaw un ua.
Lancaster, April 22, lssi.
t ir -J
DR. JOHN BULL.
-.-v. v.. ,
t- i Ii i -
IX GIFTS FOII THE FEOPLEI
CAPITOt CITY ABT-VHIOI,
BURNFI.L & CO'H. SECOND CHEAT GIFT DI8
TK1BUT10N. Tho proprietor, lake great pleas
ure in announcins; lo the citizens ofthe Union, that in
consequence of the (treat satisfaction manifested by
the ticket-holders oftheir (Ir.l great Distribution, and
the many thousiind ollelutiom. rrom all parts of the'
couulry, In relation to whether they Intend rctlluK
hp another Distribution of Gifts for the people, they
have, alter au Immense outlay, been enabled fo offer
tothelr thousands of patrons the foilowlnir ynlna
ble. mairnllleoiit, and unprecedented BRILLIANT
SCHEME, to bo distributed as soon as the 3uU,oot
Beautiful EnirravinKS of the Capitol of ,,, Br..ii.
trlbuted amour their Patrons. The nrice orn.k...
(travinr Isbut One Dollar, and as a parlor ornament It
Cannot ua .iiriHi,Bcti
IK4I1V A STKHI,.
Oflfa AnAnomul,orRl','Kn 1R0!,t
Oil" S.0(KI do Hammered Iron,
l.'no pounds Cast Steel, K toS inch square,
3U do Ensrllsh Blister Steal.
40 do . Double Shear do
SOO do German do
l."ill(l do Spring "0
1IHI0 do American Blister do
Instoroand for sale at low prices, by
April itfii. ii n 1 1 s ot Lai i a .
t Olt C4IIPF.MTF.IIS.
PLANK Irons, Chlsols, mid Gonjres. Bench Planes,
Moulding nnd Boa. I, Mutch nnd Tabic, Hatchets and
Hand Axes. Broad 6l Chnnidmr Axes. Drawing Knlve-
of all kiuds, Steal und Iron Squares, Guaa-ea and Tr
Squares all sir.ns, Improved Borelng Machines, Hand,
rauuei. I enncnt KlnntuK,. vveo ana t.onipass ssw.
Cross Cut and Mill Saws, for sale by
April i, 1P54. whi i n, a I.Al I
WILLOW WAGOS ANDIIASKETS,
4 Don. French Willow Wagons,
6 do Common do . do.
2 do GiK'l'op Cahs
A do Square and Hound Cloths Baskets,
10 do Market Baskets, ojieu and cov'd
Willow Cradles, Ac
Rocking Horses and Wheel Barrows,
Put Cloths Plus and Gra's Malts, by
A prl I 99J , 1854. W! I IT E A LATTA.
OsTb Anvils, weighing from 100 to 223 pounds each
U 1 s'i" Boxed Vices,
12 pnlrs lllacKsiniiu s ifeuows,
Sledges, Hammers, Borax, dec. for sale bv
April 20,11-34; WHITE & LATTA.
OA Do.. Cast Stool Pol'd Hoes,
filjao du 2, 3 and 4 Tine Stent Forks
50 do Grassand Grain Scythes,
II do Wollord'sGraiu Cradles,
30 do Scsthe Snnthcs.
50 do Hay and Grain Rakes,
4 do Bramble .Scjtlics.&c.ctienpby
April 29, 154. WHITE cz LATTA.
FI'.LLOF.S, SPOKES AN I) III IIS.
'WJK have now on hand, and which by our arrange-
y mouts with tho manufacturers, wo can oiler at
their bill ol prices wilh fricght added.
1.10 Sels Bout Fellows,
100 " Spokes,
125 " Hubs,
75 " Rent heat Shafts
100 " Buiruy Bows.
Aprll2n,l?J4. WHITE A LATTA
Tin-Pluto Coppers Wires Ac.
NEW AND VALUABLE.
Tus most powerful King on Ui fae of ths gtoha now
rehms supreuis in the American Republic. The power
of lbs crowned heads of Europe slak into Inslgnlneaooe
when oonipured to that of our American King.
Kumpvao Kina employ the power vested lo them to
increase the riches of ths rich and lordly, and to reduce
to givarer inUry and d-fradatlon ths poor and depen
Iriil. Our Ami rican KiiikT (Oes forth wilh equal "
to tiie lordly nisnsnm and humble cabin, ready alike
Hi silniiuiKter relief aud to olfer health and happplness
w the lufiy and lowly, ths rich and the poor.
mt. JOHN BULL'S
am mma im tf .11111
Is the Ta-mtu Wonnta or tus World, and the greatest
blMiig ever oil, rd to alllloted humaully; to the suffering
niillleiis, the Doctor can say, relief is at your command.
Vint lave only to use this magical remedy. All those
who still suller, and will not accept the proffered balm,
ijcun-ve uot the pity of their families.
This wouderlul medicine, during ths brief period slnee
r. iiiimilueiion. has carried nanuiuess to lue uearia wi
thiiuinds, aud made life a charm to many who heretofore
'garded it en'.y as a painful auu miserauie sxisieuee.
S'.. iI.b wi.l. with All Llnimenta. Kmbrscatinns. Pain
Killers, and I'alu Extractors, and let millions of glad
tongues proclulm Hie merits ot tne great --American
King of Pain," a preparation composed solely of vegeta
bles and roots, produced by America's own rich and
We would ak ths ladies, who are always competent
ledges nf what is and what la not a valuable family medl-
. . ii t 1. !... ,1,. If .. nt Hall,
lie, to uo u.s a sjiviai win uj a"1' -di....t.
,rli,L ami If aatisfaeuirv. exert their lunuence
lu Its behalf, reconimeud it, sak well and often of It,
and sea that It Is used Dy tnelr amietea neignoom. a u.
LidiM are ulways charitable, and when they induce their
sulfrring friends to use tills really valuable medicine,
they will be doing an act of benevolence that they oan
well be proud of. This is a powerful and truly magical
uredy tor all external ubwwi, mire., Bnnung.) ,,.,
c, sod for many internal aluictinra, It Is s certain cure,
,1 1,. is tinrlHcMv harmless, and iucapable of producing
the least injurious elects in the most delicate oases or
he weakest cousuLuuun.
It is entirely useless to louow tne eiu sou, wwnm
syslenl of pllblisuing 1 tue puuuc iiiuumuu vi ui,u'
catcs Ol Wonucrs punoruiei. uj wm oi.i....... v
but twenty-ore cents to try It j aud Dr. Hull stakes bis
sell earned reputation on ths King of I'alu doing all and
mure lliuii he claims for it.
We would ask, have you tne neumstisin or uoiu.
liese are not p!e.ttatit companions, aud we know that
ou would like to drive tueui away aa soon as posaiuae.
HULL'S KINO OF PAIN."
VTnuld you be cured almost Immediately, ef Bowel
,iit.u.iiit. 111 setiterv. ouiunier vuuiuiaiui. nuoinia uiuv-
bus, Cramp Ouli", Head Aelm, Tooth, or any other ecus
or p. on, tlio remedy Is simple and the curs certain.
USK TIIK GREAT KINO OF PAIN.
H-mii.i rnu have vour Sores. Swellings. Cuts, Burns.
Scalds, Bruiser, or any other wounds healed, we repeat
it, use the
MAGICAL KINO Or FAIN.
lf BoxoslCniul IV Till Plato.
Jf Square nud 100 Plate
Sliectaud Bur Zinc,
Sheet Iron and Wire,
Copperand Iron Rivlts.by
Aprll29 H5I. WHJTE & LATTA.
To Carriage and Hii;'4y- Makers.
CiPHINGSand Axi-ls, Rrnssntid Silver Bands, Stump
fi Joints and Ton Props, I'.iinin (I Drills, intck and ( ill
vass, Enaml'd ami Patent l.eulher,nll descrliitlons Ilea
Llnlnirs. Moss anil M.'iloulilu Iron.ele. A great variety
ofolliergnnilslnlhallluo, to bo had cheap al th n Grtal
Hani ware Br ore if 111 I r. Of l.A 1 1 1
Lancaster, April 2(1, 1P54.
i .it- in
Trvb BcNKFACTons. Cliitnninrr snys,
and with truth: "Tin dy-laborer, who
earns, with horny hands aud tlio sweat of
his brow, coarse food for his wife and chil
dren, whom he loves, is raised, by his gen
erous motive, to true dignity; and, though
wanting the refinements of life, is a nobler
being, than tbo.ie who think themselves
absolved by wealth, from serving others."
.It is worthy of note, that the men and wo
man who think most highly of themselves,
and most mnanly of others, are those who
rondar back to society, for the good things
. tlioy enjoy, the smallest return of personal
effort. The world's true benefactors, and
' therefore its true noblemen, are they who
KPrr it, humbly and earnestly, to the best
oi tne sunny uou nai given ifiem. All oiu-
tr are but vouuterfvits a pretudrr.-Z.
To enjoy to-day, stop worrying about
to-morrow. Next weuk will be just ns
cnpiiblc of taking care of itself ns this one
is. And why shouldn't it? It will have
seven dnys mora experience.
True joy is a sereno and sobor emotion;
nnd they nro miserably out, that take laugh
ing for rejoicing; the sostof it is within,
and there is no cheerfulness like the reso
lution of a bravo mind.
"In tho heraldry of Heaven," writes
Bishop Horn, "goodness procedos great
ness, so on earth it is often more powerful.
Tho lowly and the lovely may often do more
in (hiir own limited sphero than the
Blessings which we have slighted when
in our possession, are more highly prized
when thero is danger of our being depriv
ed of them; and our hearts are more keenly
touched by tho anticipations of loss than
by the fullnoss of enjoyment.
Qralitude is tho fnirest blossom which
springs fioin tho soul; and tho heart of
man knowutlt none more frequent. While
lis opponent, mgrniituilo, is a deadly weed;
not only poisonous in itself, but impreg
nating the very atmosphere in which it
grows with fetid vapor.
Totry whether your conversation is like
ly to he acceptable to the people of senso,
imagine what you say written down or
printed, and consider how it would read;
whether it would appear natural, improv
ing or entertaining; or aficctod mischiev
ous or unmonning.
Rovoronee is a common passion; it is tho
sin of tho uuinstruoted. The savage deems
it noble; but Christ's religion, whioh is
I tlio sublime civilior, emphatically con-
uemnsit. Why 7 liocauso religion ever
seeks to cnuoblo mau, and nothing so do-
unses nun as revenge.
Cliooso ever the plainost road; italways
nnswers best. For the same reason.chooso
ever to do and try what is the most just
and the most dircot. This conduct will
save a thousand blushes, and a thousand
struglos, and will deliver you from the
secret torments which are the nevor-failin"
attendants of dissimulation.
SPECIAL NOTICE TO OLD SOLDIERS.
ai.i XAMiiat ii. i:vann,
I.wolE severul years contioctod with several Dopart
t mouts of the Oeiteral Government, continues his
i, llounty t.anu Agency in w iisiiiirion t:itv, unu
V would call tho ultontlon of Old Koltlior
!ar$sand their heirs, to tlio very low tonus upon
fslwaJlwhtrh lie procures warrants under the new
Bounty Laud Law of Congress. His iirrntigeiuulils
with the Departments, and fnmllurlty with tho innnugn
mout nf such cases, w ill ouatile lilni to piocure war
rants with the least possible clolity.
In addition to his experlonco, ho possesses much
valuable record and documentary evlucuronpportaiu
lug to the numerous classes of claims.
IrpArmy Olllcurs, Soldiers, Tiwimstors, Naval Of
ficers, honmen,. Murines, and Navy Clerks, (r fAri'r
tureiving videv or minor thildren) wLosurvod in tho
Revolutionary War, War of 1HIU, Florida, or any of
tho Indian Wars, for a parlor of nut less thanuHrfrsn
rfeys, are now ontittod to a Laud Wnrruiit for IliO itcres.
Thomi who have already recelvod tbolr 40 orsflucro
warrants nro now viitllled to au additional tjuuiitlty
(umml In Kill acres.)
. r'Regiilar correspondents who prepare cases and
forward tlio in to my address, for luuungonient here
will be liberally dealt with.
irr"A COURT OF CLAIMS hnvlngboencrenlod by
Cnncrcss,boforn which, nil Psivati Claims, not pro
vided for by law. are to be presented for adjudication,
Mr. K vans will undortako the inanngo meat of any casus
bofore thtit court fees lo bo agreed upon.
TTpFsxs run psnci'Sinn Lsun VVARatiiTs: (ieo
regmrd to sits) Ou original applications, only fur
HxrsRsst ss. Hon. I,. P. WnMn, Commissioner of
Ponslons: John Wilson, Commissioner or treuoriil
Liinil Ofllco; John M. Clayton, V. S. Senate; S.A.llong
lae.U.S.; John Hull, 11. S.; .1. M. Mason, IT. S.; (ien.
Lewis Cass, U. S.: Sum Houston, V. S.: T. J. Rusk, U.
S.t W. II. Nuward, and to tho members of tha Ihirty
llilrd Congress. March SO, If 53 57
J011BKHH AND KKTAIL DEAI.KHS IN
UOUTM,SIIOrM,fsKATllEn A FINDINGS
UAV10 romovixl tholrRtoro3 doors
Wontol llHi Hot-kit. ir Vnlloy Hank,
wiiuro uwy nro now rucuivntg inuir
Rpriiiff Mock off nool&Shociifj
hit h cmtnnt he oxrell.nl In price , boHuly of sty If and
workinuiiril.il). W'u aro hIau miiiiuriivturlna UooUnrnl
Klmoiitoortlor on tho uliorlunt iutti-e. Give us cnll
n ml you will satlnfv yourHHlvoallinlour Rulenman, Mr.
urookt who nnu loioriuu our hock cat wuu (rrum
cur, will Cv undoumeo latlafniuloh to Lautos anu
OoiiUinon who will mvor nhn wilb a cull.
Laucuilor,aprtl V0.1H55 AO
WnOLKIl.E ANO RKTAII. DEAl.EK IN
COPPKlt, TIN Ac SlIKIT-l.U IN WAUi;,
.W.ii'H ntrent.nrarlij oppositf the TaUmnflge House.
GAIN t:ikf' ili'iiun In eitllinic tlio uUoutloii of III
cuHttnuiirn Hiiii coiiiiirv liinrchnnui cenoritny, t
aririTit aloi'k or t onimr, 1 in hikI Sliot't-lroii mnnu
fuctrnt-j over lironiflit t -tlii tniirhot. Ho tukortsron
imiiiH to kneii L'oiitttiutlly mi lmml n lHrj?c vniloty nf
uvory till in? Hint r;ni pHsihly hu wiuiten In hi lino, ami
Untlorft iiIiiihcII Unit irom inn long oxioriLnco lu mo
Till mi 'I Nhci'l-Inu. Bisii)r-s,
ho will lortlitotnjrlvi full snlUrnctirtii In nil who inny
fnvor h in vr th I loir work. tlnviii3R nrarUvnl know)
otlir nf tho hiil iitf-M, hU nnlMrfioiKi aro inmto with a
vlow to durability, Alyie mni ciumpiienii.
iMn-iufnti'irrd to Order.
If ii nTaii. Lnrm In h I ami r ilnv nftiiiiinf lllfi lnt Witrl.
inttii that mn (m octirfiL mid always havliijr on hand
Ihn vnrv hot iiinlortal, H uiiai.k'i. to maiiurarturi
ordor ilii vthlnir itn1 uvory lliinir dtiilmhlo In hU lino
In n (foocl stylo und on an fair lurnii us can itnywhorn
lo n uu
All kMiilH orstrtVPH, Ac.
Nover In tin hltitory of l.aiirattur I ho re nn eat.th
llith in out that ROt on hand a larcnr aim moro ooniititii
H4ortn.ont of stovoM. of all kimU nnd varli'ttc.. 1 1 1
also propnrod with a tiirri miml.r f '' (irtttt, and
for Hi o fU'L'oinmodntlon of lil.vu.itfnii'r!t kncni on hand
nlariro qnnntlty of 'iro Bnr'r, tnannfnctiuod oxnre-
ly with a vtow lo puiinor up una '8, vc.
In tlno, nnv nnd ovorvthliir uoodtnl In liU line run b
sncnrDd liv irlvinir hint it cull, nnd at price ik run
nolo tiA can no ontiiiitDU in uny oinnr I'siiinimnmi'iii i
tho Slnlo, Innmnuch iih Iiih nronont slock U irrt'atl
MiiiiurlortohUfonnoriii fintintlty, ouallty, varU'lv and
t'ltoiinn.Hii. ho fooN ronddi'iit that liordoim trlvinir lili
a call will fro away hlirlily didlichtod nnd limply HutlMlloil
uo umo KuepH t'oiiMiiiiuv on nniin
a lariro Stork of S(ll lBIOAt'H
5-mN f rinchinall and Clrclovlllo ma
Lunrnntor, .March R, lH,r)5 41
rUCKlI AllKI VAIi VV VHIIt'llllll
CITY GROCERY STORE!
ii i;;v it y a. i;i:ni,i.Fi,
One Door East of the Harking Valley Rank, Seutk i
Jilain Street, Lancaater, Ohio.
KSPECTFULI.V strileilsihe attention of his friend
1 V hnl riistonlors, und all that may want lirneories
and who will lo so kind as mirivo mm aeait, noiti trot
tho city and country, to my annerlor nnd complete sloe
of Groceries, Inst rocelved, ombruelng lu tmrt the fol
JAVA and RIO COFKF.K; Voun(r, Hyson
"lark aud liiiierinlTKAS; iew tirleans hitpn
n Loaf, Criish'ed nnd Pulverized; Mice, (ioldc:
L'. W Syrup, B. II. rlrti, K. H. Molnsses, a. Orloaii
do.. Orunces. Lemons. Kalslniis., Mes, Pruln. Almond
Heeons. r'llherls.Coco Niilsund Hnir.ll Nuts, Dried Beef,
Dried Touirties nud Cincinnati Curoil Hams, Kuirtlsh
Dairy Cheese and vv. K. I ream do..; r-pleo, t:innaiuoi
IMoves. Nntioeirs. Maco. Alstdee. Pennor and Gluire
Snl Soda, Cr. Tartar, HnlieralMS.Ktarih, Saltpeter, Kx
Loirwood. Inillirn. Mudtltr. Alum. etc.. etc.
Sotiii jikiidloa. Tubs, lltickots, Brooms, Wash fiord
A lino lot nf Chewing Tobacco, nlsoSmokln(r do. ami
Clitnrsi Wines and VVulkor's lliirton Palo Ale, a Rimnr
al stock of Notions, Toys, and great ninny other articles.
May 1, IKH. H. A. GKI1KLKIK.
I.VM) KOll SALE.
f JVIK undersigned offnrs for sale F.lBhte- Acres)
I of l.unils located in Hockluir iownshlp, 11,
nilles Westof Uincasler, on tho Tiirniilko, described
ns follows: It bo I n r tho West half or tho Southwust
minrterof Section No. 18, Township No, 14, In Kango
no. HI. liiinrovmneiits consul in iwiij;
11,1. L' I fV!, llftt,V!LrU.. ...I UT11II V nA...l Iv
ill. SI'HINU hnndy to tho Dwulllnr, a GOOD
YOUNG tiHCllAKI) ofKrafled Kruil. Fifty Acres
clenrud uinloreultlvallon. Whole Kluhty Acres un
der irnod fence, the olhor Thirty Acres well tliuberud,
a nleo Snirar Orehard, two lutvor-falllnit streums of
water passliiKtliroiiKh Hie furin. Tho price of the aboro
laud Is $'oporncro,twnthnunnd ilollnrsin haud,the
balanro lu twoannual pnymenta wuu intorost.
For further particulars apply to the subscriber lltlnj
on the premises. WILLIAM M. TAYLOK.
r euruary t, itoo &v
Would yon be cured of Scald Head, Stiff Joints, Sore
Throat, Neuralgia, Sore llreast, l.uullmso, Tetter or Hint
u'.pin Hlt Itlmaiu. Illtesof L'oisouens Insects, Ohanuea
lliinds, nud nil other eores, either dry or running, we
ay ajraiu ami lujam, iuus nutivi is m. uu "uu
"KINO OK PAIS."
Would roil he cured of Klni's Kll. Cancer, Tnmors,
Kriiplions. or auv disease of the Skin caused by Impure
hi I. Hum into Or John lliiirs Sar'anarilla Inlernally,
and the Kins ef Pain externally, nothing oan be more
certain than a speedy and elleotual curs.
DR. JOHN BULL 'S
ThU medl drift, when uMtl according to direction, will
sore, without ful :
or Kind's KfH,
of rh Skin, KrynipelM,
Tumoro, Ohronlo Sore Bye(
Ringworm or TV t tern, Scald Head,
RhttuniRttftni. Pains In tha IlnnM or
Jolitfa. Old Korea and Ulcer, Swalltnir of
the Ulnndfi, 8viihiliti, Dyflpripnta, flail Ithenm.
DirMiwiof the Kldimyn. Dlwes arising from fna
nnenf Mercury, loiw of Appetite, Pain In th Hide and
fllinuldem. General Debility, Limihiuro. Oonichr,. O0M1,
Dropsy, Jan ndlce,CostlTtinea, nronrhti-ln.U'eaknenii oftbt
UhenC, Pore I nTOfM, ruiiunnnry niii-ciiniiri, nnu nn tuner
Jiiftftuwrt tending tnpro-luoe Connuntpttnn. Liver Oont
nlalutiiumlImF!riilRrltlesandOonipli(intri,lw tiptrlm, fcii'k and Nervous Ilea. I ache, Night
Swettta. Kxpouret, or Imprudence In Lift,
Cnronta OoiiKtitutloiisil UirHMiMi, and m ft
t-prl UK and 8uiuiner Drink, and OenertU
ToiirC ffr the System, and a gee tie
ami pVaKAot purgatlre, It la
superior to ltlue Islck
and t'onrexK Water,
jiul'ii. or eldlUi
Tt U a rfmr.rknMe fitot. tlint ainonir tho hundreds of
eminent, phvflcinriK who have exiimiued the recipe by
Whlert If 111 I 'J BHnwtp-.rni. in irrnn;u, U'H unu line con
.i..ii.tttil tr. hut ell uuproved if., and com in end it In the
hliflitt terms. Mtmy phy.Hiritins express thentrWlTcs
in.ntflv in the Iwlli-f tht It U decidedly the bettt pre pa-
rut ion of jW.-wp:.rill tliMt hM erer been plnced before the
pultun. Alt.liiinll there m ninny pnyniciiinn woo ivei
rehirtnnce to hina their imoieB appended to the rurton
nieiidmioii of any pHrticiiUr remwiy, tiotrltiHtjnding
they nitty itpprorn ot it In the highext degree, there are
o(tirrn wiio frankly yield their support la fii,vor of a
vumsulv which they know In capable of doing so mucli
good In an afflicted com m unify. Am an eTldenoe, rend the
following from old and rwpuotable physician, of UigU
StanOllig Ul tue CUlumuaivjr iu wuicu may nro;
Testimony like ths followlnr renders siipsrflunus
all ronmiHtits on ths etncaey of Hull's Sarsnuarllla. Krom
llr. U I1 Yandrll, Professor of Chemistry in the Ixmlsville
MMdical I'ollfire: I hare looked ovor the list of loa-rsdicnts
CAHTEK'S SPANISH M1XTUIIE,
TUB OHBAT rt'RirtKR Ot THI BLOOD.
JVOT A PARTICLE OF MERCVRY IJf IT.
VN 1NKALL1HLK KEMKOV for scrofula, King's
evil, rheumatism, obstinate cutaneoua eruptions,
pimples or pustules on the face, blotches, boils, ch ronic
sore eyes, rliifr worm or tetter, scald-bead, enlargement
and pain of the bones and Joints, stubborn ulcers, sy
philitic disorders, lumbago spinal complaints, and all
diseases arising from an Injudicious use of niorcury,
imprudence in lite, or impurity oi tne moon.
Thlsvaluablo medicine, which has become celebrat
ed for the number of extraordinary cures effected
through Us agency, has Induced tho proprietors ot tho
urgent request of their friends, to offer It to the public,
which thev do wilh the utmost confidence in Its virtues
and wonderful curative proportlos. The following cer
tificates, selected from a large number, aro, howevor,
stronger testimony that the mere word of tho proprie
tors and aro nil from gentlemen well known In their
localities, und of the highest respectability, money of
them now residing in the city of Richmond, Virginia.
P. Hoyden, Ks., of the Exchange Hotel, Kichtnond,
known every where, says he hus seen the medicine
called carter arAHisn hiiturb administered In ovor a
hundred cases,ln nearly all the dlsoases for which It Is
re commended. with the most astonishingly good results.
Ho says It is the most extraordinary medicine he has
Anna Ann Frvbr Orsot cure I hereby cortlfy.that
for three vears I had Aguo and Fever of the most vio
lent description. 1 had several Physicians, took quan
tities of Quinine, mercury, and 1 bellovo all without
any permanent relief. At last I tried carter's Spanish
mixture, two nouius oi wuicii euucmaiiy cureu me,
and I am happy to say I have had neithor chills or fever
slnco. I consider it the best tonic In the world, and the
only modiolus that has reached my case. J. LOKGDEN.
Ubavbr uam. near itlcuinona, Virginia.
C. B. Luck. Ban., now iu the city of Richmond, and
for many years In the Post Office, has such eonfldonee
in tho astonishing efficacy of carter's Spanish mixture.
that ho ors bought upwards of 50 botlles, which he has
given away to tho aflncted. Mr. Luck says ho has never
known it to full when taken according to direction.
Dr. Mingo, a practising Physician, and formerly of
the city botol, in the city of Klrhinond.ssys he has wit
nessed In a number of Instances tho effects of carter's
Spanish mixture which wore most truly surprising. He
says tn a case of consumption, dependent on the Uver,
the good oitucts were wonuenui utueen.
Samuel M. Llr nkor. ortna tno nrra oi unnkor k ntor
rls. Richmond, was eured of liver conmlalnt of eight
years standing, by the use of two bottles of carter's
ureal ears or nrroruta. i no Conors oi vne men
tnond Republican had a servant employed In their press
room, cured of violent scrofala, combined with rheu
matism, which entirely eisablod him from work. Two
bottles of carter's Spanish mixture made a perfect cure
of him, the Editors, In a pubtto notice, say they cheor-
mil- lerommend it loan wno are amictoa wuu any ots
ease of the blor d. .
Still another r.ure of Srrofula. I had a valuable boy
cored of scrofula by curler's Spanish mixture, icon
siderit a valuable medicine. JAMES M. TAYLOK.
Conductor on tho K. F. & P. K. H. Hlchmond, Vo.
Salt Rheum of 20 Yearo otandinf cured. Mr. John
Thompson, residing In the city of Klchinond, was cur
ed by three bottles of carter'sspanlsh mixture, of salt
rlioum, which ho nan nearly su yours, unti which an tne
Physicians of the city coma not euro. mr. itiompson
Is n well known niorchantln tho city or Ktclimoud, va.
and his cure la most remarkable
William A.Matthewsof Klchinond, Virginia, had a
servnut cured of b'vphilis, iu Hie worst form, by carter's
rilcnaro r v est ol itionmonu, was cureu oi scroiiiia
and what Physicians called confirmed consumption, by
three boltles of carter's siiamsn mixture.
Head attentively the followlnr list of hinir,il ...it
eoslly Gifts, which will be satisfactorily distributed by
a committee ol'len.selectod one from each State where
the largest numbernf subscribers are obtained:
1 r AKA1 lis THE HTATK OK INDIANA 10.000
1 do IN OHIO ,(KJ0
I do do go4)
1 Four-story Brick Dwelling and Lot, In Co
lumbus, Ohio 6, SCO
1 do do do do ,5u
i nn.u.iiuiinBtuQiii-1 iii me town ol mount
Vernon j ka
1 Two-Story Brick Building In Chillicothe 3,50"
1 Brick Cottuge aud Lot lu Columbus 3,t 0
1 do do do S.tsjO
1 Frame do do do 8.500
1 Handsome Country Residence In Bcgo,
Perry county, Ohio i joo
. 4 Splendid building lot In Columbus, at
10 do , do do
4 do do ri..in..i
1 Grand Action Piano (Cblckering'a)
1 Gold Watch, sot with Diamonds
5 Gold Watches, at (500 each
10 Rosewood Pianos, at 5H0
1 do do at (K)
10 d do at 300
50 Gold Watches, at 150
100 do at 100
100 do - at 7.1
100 do at 40
300 Silver do at 90
5IMI do do at 15
1000 Ladies' Gold Breast Pins, at 14
oo do Brocha h'hawls, at -Z
500 do Silk Dress Pattorus, at t90 '
5000 Gold Pencils, al 3 ' '
liiooo Gold Pons, with Silvor Cases, at B2
soooo Gold Rlngs,tMOeaeh ' '
12084 do at l.oneorh
Every purchaser of tt, .nij.nii a i- ... v i 1 .i .
Engraving, will receive a Certificate of Membership
entitling them to a chancetn the above list of valua
ble and costly Gifts for tbe People. The Engravings
Crt rff "' by wllllout '"K dBBiaged,) to any
'trait s ome First Scrred.H
Persons wlshlne-to act as Afrentsfor n. will t.1aaa
sendarecommondatlou signed by the Postmsster or
niMiiouinur lnuiientiai ana well Knows person In the
place where they reside.
10 tnoso persons who bave been acting as Agents for
us In our former Distribution, this is not required.
All orders with the money enclosed, free of postage,
will meet with prompt attention.
TTTpIn order to prevent miotaliot, ttrento uni others
transmitting money to as will ploael hare it sealed in
thr presence of the Postmaster, and ths ow.iist enter
ed on the way HI.
We prepay all our letters, circulars, die, to our
agents and correspondents, and expect them to do the
same with us.
JITAgonts wanted In evory town, whom we will
furnish with posters, circulars, schedules, instructions,
Ate., on application at our oftico, or bv mull post paid.
For further particulars seo descriptive bills, drc., or
enquire at ofllco, No. 2, Wulcutt's Block, Town Street,
Columbus, Ohio. HITKNELLdt CO.. Proprietors
JOHN H. SH.tFKEK, Agent for Lancaster.
March 8, 1H55 14
17F.ILX G. dARBENCHON hi
1 by purchase, of the Grocery H
Co., to which ho haslust added
has bocome proprietor.
Store of H. B. Hunter
1 a large arid superfine
variety of Kami la Oroeeries. now arriving and tn arrive
irom t;incinnati,annothor marts.
IT.I.bI.. Dii.tnn dahkiiI.. nnilf fir till. KA.Hlilin. afiv.
he has seen the good effects of carter's Spanish mlxturu ini-innaii, ami omer maris, in making ms por-
iiinimiiibnrnf svphllille cases, undsnysit is a porfoct chase he has hud In vlewtho accommodation of bis
..... ..V.i.... i.i.. ai..,... friends and dlserlmatlng nubile, for all aensons. He
William G. Hsrwood of Hirhmnnd, Virginia, cured of V, , " , ,!:,, " V",or nnicies, at
old sores and ulcers, which disabled nun from walking, i" '"""""''.' ' :!''""" -'"
Took n few boltles nf carter's Spanish mixture, nnd was 1
onnbled tn walk without a crutch, 111 a short 1 11110 per
Princlnil Denotsat M.Wnrd.Close c No. P3 Maid-
on Lane. New Vork. T. V. Hyott di sons. ro. I.TJ.Xorth
2d street. Phlladelpltla. nennet and Boers, No. 125
.Mttln street, it elimonii. virginta.
And for said by Raitffinan and cn., Lancaster, K. K alb.
Kushvlllii; It. 1. yaixer, west niisnvnic; rorierami
Welrsteln, Lythopolls. anu iiouiors in stouirine every
where. uoc. 11, iro iy
CONFECT10NAKlESornllklnds.ror families and
uonaies, 1 arraconta Almonds, Kngllsh Walnuts and
Brazilian Nuts, Figs and dates.
,riieii. and Golutine for Jellies, Prunes, 4c.
Of Famlls Groceries he will only mention fbll. nn.
dorcd and crushed SHGA R. New Orleans do.. TEAS.
Klo and Java COFFEE. Sidcos. Molasses. Golden Hvr-
up, French Chocolate. Mushroon Walnnts. Tomato
Calsiip.aspL iidld lotof F.rglish THaro Cheese, and
other articles to numerous to put down bare.
Not to forgot, also. Mutters. Brandy for the sick and
convalescunt,ciirars5)ears old, smoukingand chewing
TOBACCO, Powder and Shot for the Sportsman.
nu win Keep ou nana a variety or rotors, r m'nish
and Japan of his own manufacture forthe trade.
inoi least, a large and ruP. assortment of Qteensiearo,
Earthen ware. French wars and Vnetisk Glassware, al
so, Wooden ware, Tnhs, Buckets, 6;c.
7t -'He hopes to obtain a fair shulrof the public favor
In bis new undertaking, and looks for thd approbation
and pntrnnaa-e of his friends. Having bees compelled
to relinquish his former biisluussaslniurinusto health,
howillmakoBfnirtrtatoflhts,ioeoif It will not fro ill
his purse, as well us his boaltb. If the exieriment, (to
which hu will devote his undivided attention) does nut
succoed,he will bo able he trusts, to servo the public iu
some other useful capacity.
Miiysira. t tLJA tr. hakm&.mho.t.
Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Chronic or Jfervons Debility
jneeases or rue ninneiis,
k NO nil diseases arising from a disordered Liver or
i'V Stomiich; such as consumption. Inward piles, full
ness of blood to the head, nciilily ofthe stomach, nau
sea, hnarl-bunn, Ulspisl lor loou. Tttiiuoss orweigni in
the stomnch, sour eructation., sinking or Oiitterlttg at
tbe idtof tlio stomach, swimming of the head, hurried
and difficult brentlilng, Diittorltig tit the heart, choaklitg
orsuffocntion sensntioiis wlien In a lying posturo, dim
nossof vision, dots or webs before the sight, rover and
dull iialnln the hoad.dnllctcucy of nersolrallon, yellow
ness of the shin and eyes, pain In llie sole, back, chost.
limbs, etc.. sudden flushes of boat, burning In tho fiosh,
(instant Imaginings of ovil great depression orsplrtts,
CAN BE EFFKOTUAI.LV CURED BY
Dr. Ilnoflntul's ('olt-brntcd (Jurmnn Hitters
Prepared by Dr. C. Jarhron, at the German Medicine
tilore, J o. r.u jirca aireri, r ti.toueiifii'.,
Their nower over the nlmyc dlsesses is not excelled.
IT ei)italleil, ny any oilier prepnraiion 111 tue iiniieo
States. us tho cures attest, In many cases after skilful
nlivii'lnns lino Tiilliifl.
I hese Hitlers are wonny ine atiiMiiiuu 01 iii,uinn.
I'ossesrtiiur irriMit vlrttio 111 the nuiltealliin or insessea 01
tin, l.lverand lesser rrlnnds. exercising tho most sen reh-
lug powers in weukiiossand otrni ttons or tno nignsiivo any noati or water, and with either Iron or wood shsfl.
orirnn. thov are. withal, safe, certain and pleasant,
Head and he ronmneed r. K RSBLMKIR. Jeweler,
VVo,wli,r. olito. IliTentherOnd. 1H51. said: ''1 Olubniro
lliisopporttttiity of liiformlngyou of the groat benefit I
have derived from tho uso of Dr. HooOand's Gorman
tillers. I have used them ror c t us mni toverann (iis-
ordered stomach, and found relief In every caso. 1 hey
I.ASt'ASTria in AC! MI ft: t'l'.UsHir
f DK VOL is prepared to furnish all klndsnf .Tii.M
lA'CIXt'i: ,1 ..-.I... 1 . ni i .1
, n .u.,ui.,i.i,,iijKjii Buuiiumii;. nun u. 11n11gn.11
and Pittsburg prices.
Aiso, an minis ot'oiiii uonrmg, Hoisting screws,
Hegulatlng Screws, Jack Scrows; Fuller's Screws and
.Mill Splndlus ofcast iron or wrought,
l-iiilesand Drivers, Ac, cVc.
lu will also furnish the PARKER WHEEL to suit
Also the ATKINSON WHEEL fit up as above. The
patent on the Parker Wheel has expired and eonse-
1'icuiiv utey con ue nau niucri cneaper.
He also continues to make DKVOL'S THRASHING
MACHINES, and keers a lot constantly on hand: war
ranted tho best In Ohio.
All the above articles will be mndo with especial care
are the best remedy for disordered stomach, 1 think, in and by the best workmen, and will be warranted.
existence,-' .-in Minis oi repairing done upon me rnonos! notice.
P. Fol.rv, Bltinmneld. Ohio. October 7, 1KB, Raid: He nlso keeps constantly on hand, ALL KINDS OP
'Wilh fuulinirsof irrnlltude I take m pen tn Inform you CASTINGS, usually kunt in a foundry. Ho has enm-
i of tlio incalculable btftioNl I hnvo derived from tho use pleted his front shop, so that those who call can exam-
ot Itoolluuo s Irerttlllll loners, i nnye .,eu inui nir ineniAwora.
the l.ivor cotni lalnt, and lako pleasure In recominoiid- The known ouallty of tbe work done at this ostab-
conitiosliiir John Hull's Compound Kxtraciof anrsaparilla, ing them totlte public as the safest und best remedy Hnhniont for many year;pust,ls the best guarrantee that
in iitiiire, mo suttHTioer win lauor to uestre ine pat
ronage or tne public, tte mvitosexamination.
lamcnsier, .yiny iu, t:4. u. jicvtii,.
DRY GOODS AND CAEPET STORE.
The glory of nn age is often hidden from
itsolf. Perhaps some word has been no-
ken in our dav, which we may not have
deigned to hoar, but which la to grow
clearer and louder through all ages, r cr
imps Borne silent thinker among ua, is at
work in his closet, whoso name is to fill
the enrth. I'ei linpa ' there sleeps in his
oradle some reformer, who is to move the
church and the world, who is lo open a
new era in history, who is to fire tho hu
man soul with new hope and new dar-
JOHN MIIIXITO tfc CO.
No. it, I'.ant Fourth Street, Cincinnntl, O.
RESPECTFULLY Inform tliolr custntours and pur
chasers generally, that tliuy are now opening- an
oxtouslve and eoniiilutunssorlment of
FANCY AND STAPLE
ENGLISH, FRENCH, GERMAN ft AMERICAN
AUSO: FOIiKIGN AND A.MKKICAN
IniporttM, dlrttct from Mamifucturori In Kurp. and
nirt hiutHl nt miction hi Now York, whlcli Btiultl us
o uffor our ffnniU Uili wutiuiittt ubuut Eunlorn Imuor-
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS,
Thoroughly eaonod,from 3 to i!4 fuut Iu wUllb; a largo
Klnt'k Hlway on tinnl.
Fnmilloi, Hotel Kflciiert, Htonmttont ownon and
trauors innv tkHtiiil Uuu Umllntf tho bunt vImsa of
groonttm nur unci hi iiriroH ns tow ninoy con uo pur
chuiml lu Iho KmUth cltten. M it roll lH55-3m4U
AS romoved hlsofllce to J.alta'e corner, Knst of
tho Court House, opposite tho Olilo caele ORlco.
altcnsler, uclooer OT, te-n va
Omibo Orunae Seed and Plant.
THK undersigned have a Innre amount of Osatte Or
anre Needs andi'lallts ofthe bostililnllty,aurnnssod
by none III the country .which ILoy will soil ut tho lowest
HBllliKH BUT Al VV AltKA.T I B.U,
At from 33 to 40 cents per rod, with a fulr deduction
where lariro contracts are insdo.
HK1IGKS COMPLKTKLY CHOWS,
A from "5 cents to ! rod-tlio pnyments as fid
lows , whon the heilgo Is set, and tho balauco when
It will answer the purpose of a good fonco.
Por what disinterested Judges will say it is worth, (ns
compared will) good fences) when It Is completed.
HKHGKS OOMl'LKTKI.V GKOVVN,
At tl to tl.'.'a for rod, to be paid for when completed,
JAMKS KlIMHTKK tk CO., Puylon. Ohio.
jAUasHemiTita, College Comer, Bullor eounty.Ohlo
J a at .Milittiw, Aloxanuersviiio, unio.
HasjAMiK Lbas, Dayton, Ohio.
Murl,IH5l. G. MARTIN, Agent, Carroll. Ohio
RAIL ROAD CAR8 ARE
-BTTASIli.t received his SPRING and 8UMMP.H
I I i.l v of II M S A 1'Al'H al Ills old stand, sasosirs th
Tallma'dre Home. Main Street, Lancaster, Ohio, ill
slock hns been selected with rare una etuornce
and tmvs no hesitation In saying mat iney loriti a saiu
Mfrt,,,,,,,!!. Hint one that uruuilsvs well In chronic diseases.
to which It Is applicable. L. V. Y AN DEI. I., M I).
Iuisvllle, Juno o. IH1
What Dr. Pyles, physician by appointment to ths Lou-
btvills Mariue Ltospllai, says or nun s sarsapariiia
I.0018V1I.LE, March 20, ISIS.
1 have examined tlu prescription for the lireiiarntiiiu of
John I'.ull's Harfapsrllla.iilid I Is-lieve the ciuiibinHtlim to
hm au excellent one, auu well caicuiateil to piuiluce an
alterative iiupresslon on ths system. 1 have used It bmh
In pulmc and private practice, aud thlult it tlhu best
article ef garsaparilia uo in use.
M. PVLKS. M. D.,
Ilesldsnt Physician Louisville Marine llunpltal
Dellcr Tcslluiou j than mis rvrr OOl-reil lu favor of
Kct. E. W. SelioB, Her. E. Sttifnton.
Louistiub, May 2Urh, 1S18
We have nssd John Bull's grsaparllla,and have known
U to be usnd, with sntlre satlsfactlDn ; and we have no
hesitation in staling our belier, that it la a sure ami
valuable mvdleal emu pound, and calculated tu produc
much irnod and relieve much siifferliig: and tbeiulon-
would cheerfully and most earnestly revniniuenil it to the
tmAcuvti. . or.n.s,
Wo sarnsstlv invite all persons wno ore sunVrlnir with
anv of tha Ills that llcsh is heir lo,"io call on llr. John
Hoi s inruiit. ami art a copy nr onus r iy uoiiru.ii
uaAris; and for ttie sake of humanity, we bone lliat. h
single individual will not bu fnuud unutllliSlr iokivh null
HrKi.i,:iiilLi a ihiai. alter rnnllug. and reeullrciiiig.at tin
saiau lime, that it is iinpos.-iible tur I lie IKx-lor tn piib;l-b
the tenth part ofthe number iu certilleates ol asiuun-tini:
curns Dutoruied by his tiarsapariila. 'lue autnuiit ot
testitm.nv velunturllv showered en Dr. Hull's Mr. auatllla.
Ii-uui well kitowu aud dislliiKiitslied imllvidoals, both In
public and private lite, lias been pertci.iy overworn it
(L1-lis. JOHN HULL S 1'riniilpal tlltlite, west si.ie tilii
-t, lirst duur below Main, Louuvills, Kr.
Forsalohy G. KAUFKMAN & CO.
Laucuster.Julj 90,1P34. K. L. HL0CUM k CO.
bikmicim: and vaiuety stoiik.
fJIIKuinlerslirnod reapoctriilly udvertlses tlio pun-
He that lie has on Ilium lirsnie,ou reasuiintuu turius
for cush.uctiiafifsfs nssortiuutitor
Freh nnd Wctl Selected iHetlleino,
Comprising evorv crude andchemical, dorlvetl from the
Vegetable. Mincraland Jlnimal Kingdoms, and used in
Jlllouathic. Ilatmeonat hie. F.eleetie and Botanic practice.
I lie assortment embraces ui i mo diKsmiif.,AcjiB0ia.,
Jllcoholicand.'iiueovs Kztraete, eee. err.
Ills stocs. olMirglcal instrunienMi isoi ine ucauiuuiit?
A Full Stock of Family Groceries,
Vrench and American Porfumory In groat variety.
Ilnvuna nnd cnuiinon Keirnrs. Chewing und Smoking
Tobacco; host nnnlily of Wines, ttrnndies. otcnauvo
ami tiinorletl.tor muiucliiai use; strong t.nier v incirar.
wiiuiow f.inNs noil liiHsn vt are. toireiner wun hii tne
popular patent modicums, ami an oinnoss vunety oi
eidls and ends both orniimenlal nnd usetu
iiiitv iii use
lie Kdllor or tho II ' Democrat, may n. ir-w,
siiblt i1,.ii,iinI'i;,tiiiiiii K tiers. This Invaluable tno
diclne is daily porformlngcuresoftho most reiuarkaiiio
character. We do not speak of this meiltcino without
a knnwledgo til its ellli acv, ns wo have Iriod II in our
tarn Iv. and ll ntl it lo lie uiu only iiiiux iiuouuu in iititi
hiliil or d v m,tVlil.
tltllEltOC t I. A a K , t aiUOriOire, will". l,l,ooi..wr i.,
185'J, said: "By those persons who have used yonr Moor
land's Gorman Hitters, Ibey ure considered an liivnlua
bio reineily rortlsinisiii
GKUBR Inlying returned to Lanrastorand Intends
to remnln itiruiuneiitly in this city, and having ro
celved Instrnclionsfrom an experienced Dentist from
tho city nf New Vork, and obtained a knowledge of the
bitsiitc.ts, now respectfully tenders hisprofesslonalser
vicesto cilizensof Lancaster and the public generally.
ne is propurou to periorm an operations upon tne
in-You should bear III m nil mat inoso n iters are . - Extracting. Plucini. Fllllns-.reiulatinir
rsTmiji.v vso kta ar.ic, thereby possessing "uiuig s ), lh,lrell, g,pngy or dMOBMd Gums,destroJ:
over most of the proparullons roeommondod for stint- ,nNBrvo', rol(,;ig Tartar, otc.
ar iiiseases. ..,. A rtiflclnl Teeth Inserted on Gold Plato from one to
Fr..V- ."?o Artlflclal Crowns.se, on healthy .nu,
ii. iuim i, ',"",.,,. ' ' without palu, so as to answer all tne purposes or in
polls, and Holders in medicine ovfcry wlioro. ticatlnn
Kvtirr onorntlon tn Ttnntlstrv nssontlsl to nMMn.
rtii.nl ll milU'sml IIS i s f ii; anil Doautiiy uio Toctn, aim give mem a neaitny ac
rULOLU SLOW ana LAS IM.. , ' r.othB hreath. health rVTasl..r.erforni.d
. . , , . I on motlorato terms. Ladleain the city or eonnty, twill
jncsars. CinrKC, MrigTUo; o., bo wulled on al their respective places of residence. If
TTA VE tuken for a numhnror years, the foundry ll oe rorinosteu. Iso cnarges made or" examination or
I I owned by John A nicy, bso., attiiato ito Coam- consiiiiniinn at nis omce.
bus and Broad Streets, in the eil) of Lancaster, whore
they nro dotnrmiiiod to ne on nana wun au siicn arti
cles In their lino, as tno country rcunires.
OFFICE On tho Northeast corner of tbe Pobllo
laro, one door from Main street.
,an caster, Soptembor Sfl, 1HS4 SI
';0AL, WOOD, COOKING AND PARLOUR STOVES, MERCHANT TAILORS
rv s Mi l-trcnnnir, niactiine v ni i.iun ami
"ve?Uir PLOUGHS, of various patterns, war-
V-i'4AaiBB roiitod a superior article, lo(;etlier with
si'iii;r;ii Ac Tiiorr,
A VK romovod tholr Clothing Kstabllshment
lo tho Tallmadre Block, first door East of
I.atta's Hardware store, where they are ope
ngn largo and extensive assortment of 8PKIXG AND
nil minor articles in the Foundry lino.
I.AHKI'.'S CoriiNtnlk nnil Straw Cutter,
A ...it. .1., ..marlur li, nil nlhur. oClho lilml In tbnl
country. Bud ono to Which WO IllVlle tllO special atlen- t ovii.i.oco uvwun, ono nro now iiuiiiuinrtiirina; everj
tiuti of the Farmer. This machine for cutting shock variety of S;w nail Susitasr Tror. which Iher will
........ r... i.l.. . r..i,.l nr rult.oiliio. aloi.lr. will Afivo Irom sen as low lis inu sutue i iianiy 01 kooob nnu woru can
'.Hi to 40 per com. t-tirn routier, wncn cut, is nearly or iin .in.. . m'i ... . v,.7.
nulla Oiiual to hay ror reeding either cattlo or horses, lncirciuiiuiin is louiiuini iiireu minor moir own uimi-
inaklng nu acre of well saved com fodder worth two vision, nnd is consequently superior U that which Is
acres ofthe ben grown hay In Ohio. They arc cairn- bjought from olhor places. 1 hey bave also on hand, a
luted for cither hand or horso powor. We ro also beavtifnl variety of Cloths, Cassimerss, Nestings
hnve In lltclromploy the host of workmen and are at
prepuriiig to furnish to order
HlcComiiek'sRenpernnd nrns Cutter and
ill oo re's tvheat mill.
Farmers give us a call. Kvorybody glvo na a call.
anil buy our goods und wares, our ploughs and shares,
nnd we will try in turn io otiy your corn, your wnuai.
nil times prepared to make the best fits In the latest
styles, All their work will be warranted..
Tho public, are respectfully sollcltod to call and ex
amine tbuirslork. nud whilo Ihnnkful for the liberal
patronage they have enjoyed, they assure tholr old cus-
bank uotes, or aught yo'u may deslro to spare, of broken oral satisfaction both tu tho ntiallty and price of the 1 1
olhnr ware. We therefore have tho hlrrhost goons nna work. 61-ltmur.K at mull.
linpo, without designing any Joke, that you will give a
liberal share of patronage to us who are determined to
do business on the most liberal terms.
February 10, lHSi. CLAKK.C, WKIGHT dr. CU
UT IXDUSTBY WE THRIVE.
RISING & LYONS,
RK now receiving nl Iholr old stand, as fine a stock
of FANC Y ana ntAi'LK lilt y tiuiniMns nasevor
Lniicnslet .April 'i, 1854
GliUKGG 8. EATON, Ifl. .,
PuYSirtC'lAN,OcOLlST, AND ORTUorBDIOAl, BUXOBON.
AVIitGfsratss! permanent!) In Chlllichothe, offers
his prniosstonni services to all who are amietea
any ofthe following diseases or deformities:
Amaurosis, Outhiilmiu. or Inflamnllon of the Eves
Gramolnr Lids; Watery Eyos; Cataracts, Spooks and
Ploms, offectiiully removed; Strabismus or Cross Eyos
cured lna fttw seconds; Ptosis; Club Foot; Hair Lip;
.. ...,.t t ii.i. ,,,,..i. ..i . ,...ui.ilo.nf nvnrv article togothor with every other onoratlou belonging to tha
Physicians proscriptions put up with great cure uy a in the Dry Goods line, mgeitter with a rins dor oj "i;"'""VV,j " i- , ,
iinpeleiiland oxperioiiced dispenser. Boots and Shoes, Groceries, Qiteensware and Glass- OHf ICK 1 addlo s
11 i detonnlnod to sell as low JCF-No charges for e
Oil. SO, 18.V1
JVe. 1 IW, .Wuis Sfrrrr, aras(r.
FURNITURE WARE ROOMS.
I). K. FISUEIs
AVIN'G retnrnod to tho city nnd erected a large
building In the rear or tho linen nouso, on tne
rrr of Brood and Chesnnt streets, one square siita
of the Market llonse, Intuntls manufacturing upon a
large scale nil tho various articles
noilstotKiscv ' "
will keop V.T""-
tnur wii'i m
as any houso in Fairfield county, entire cash stores not
They beg loavo to tender their earnest thanks to tho
cltisons of Lancaster and vicinity, for tho very lihoral
shnre of patronage they have received slnco they have
been in business, and nope ror a continuance ortuo
Block- Hesldenco City Houso.
Addross Chllllcntho, Ohl May 2, 1PM- ly
fy, rriHE nnderslgned having purchased the Grist
I and Flouring Mill heretofore owned by Gon.
. ''!l' Tr tin... i.i .lA..n.A t.n.i. t ..r..-.
.v V. llllj II'IIUB. uruunnDU, nvuiu IIUICU, 11V,,I.
same, assuring tho public that nn pains shall be spared the public that It Is his purpose to make this Mill what
f large scale all the vnrloi
0 of Cabinet Furniture,
KrAnnd Chuirs. Which ho
' 'always on hand, togell
lurgo assortment of Cincinnati manufacture. His long
nn their nurt to give entire satisfaction. The usual ar
tides of country produce takon In exchange for Goods.
Lancaster, Marco ut. lea. -WOOLEN
FACTORY FOR SAIF,.
fTUIE ondorslgned would rospoctftilly announce lo
l i:cry variety of 11
jf I Including While Heaver,
andS Chlnaaud PodnlSlr
V Chlnaaud Pedal Straw and Leghorn
ITals: Men. llovs nnd Chlldrens Palm Lenf.from 1! lo
S7H' Also Men and Boy's Furand Wonl'.Kossulh Hats,
Boys and Chlldrens Fancy Huts, which will bo sold at
the lowest prices. Leghorn lints washed and bloncher
at the shortest notice. IFF Don't forget the place,
MajJ,l64. M. SMAUEV.
very best of work, and as he Intends to employ none
but the most skillful workmen anu uso tno oeat maw
rials, he flatters himself that he will give goneral sa
tlsmctlon to all who mnv favor him with their custom.
ti,m i,l,l nn, l.tvliml to rail anil exnnuno tno as-
anrtmeut. The entrance to tho rooms IS upon rjroua
Klroet. D. K. F1SHEL.
N. H. Rtmalrlnir done on tho shortest notloe, and In
llio neatest nnd most workmanlike manner, i nargos ,-, premises. JONATHAN K. MIESbE
roasouaoio. s,iva.( . llaveiisnort, uctobarS. MM 3S
a goon anu convenient uweiiing House, contain
ing four rooms, anil also four Onely situated lots.
The out buildings are numerous and convenient,
Persons desirous of making a good bargain In this
kind of property, would do well in come nnd evnmlno
itshntild be, a Grlet milt for tho accommodation of the
neighborhood in which It is located. And having se
cured thosnrvlcoaof an experienced Miller, Is prepar
ed, ns ho holievos, to do work calculutod to plooso
and therefore solicits patronage.
Mayan, 1H54. J. BAPBBAGH.
A VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE.
tho cltisons of Fairfield aud adjoining counties.
. i. 1. .1 ... I p., a ...... 1 1 nl nvlvuln 1 1. ., V ' n 1
experience In tho business will onablo him to have I surtory situated In the town of llnvenxport, QOfl Ar8 of first rate np Land nnd bottom moa
mnntifactured at homo and Imported from abroad the F0rnoi,i county, Ohio. The mschinorv Is principally Otiy dow, nlnrgo improvement, apple and poach
vvw.nitn kihkt rat k uti"in c tt 1 1 l' u ,i orenani or tne Dest g rnnou miri.manv eiegan t son n
does work equal toany In tho country, nnd hns a largo hewed log bam and houso. a large quantity of howlnrr
run of custom. There Is connected with tlio Factory timber and saw-logs. The laud to be sold In lots or
togothor, sltuatod on a good road, miles from Lan
caster, and one mite rrom trail's r-aw mm.
For torms apply to CHARLES DIBBLE,
Madison Township, FalrHold county, Ohio, nrttt
" ALFHKD McVEIGI,
Land Agent, Lancaster, Ohio.
September 1, 1RS4 ,etf