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fiTlYA ii. n 'TflCi M llt35ttPTlf 'jusl will true mornl taste, inonp-iblo of to lier hnsbandi "am I not your only treas
VjL,yi3i'lll"5U aA U V 'change from the varying acciJeols of man-; ure?" . . '
CUT OF LAKtUSTHEL:
T burst ay Mrolte Nov. 193
Hf ua U thi Sclllaz tiua.
Tilt following beautiful linos are ilia production or
tl.sUleanJ touch lamented Bot Criinni, u4
upjMnd origiually iu the Glasgow Uuiroriity .Ubuui
Sunoflbsuruiiaaul! plaujt of wondoriuoul!
Sow thy fair Journey or day U done;
BtiH art thou parliug brigltli-ihedding Immortal light
Sown on thj lkren oruljall BUU ! ulug uu!
SJowtaaudrpart'itawaj far from tut realms of day,
Lingering id ptly on wiumer' lorod bowers,
ATliy lutn; ii streaming thy f-trewjll tint gljamlng;
Yotaooa thoulH roturu to rofeahuu llto Bower,
Tliy porting brings udncut yet uatUmj In gladnoM
Are wailing to worship tti.'o fountain or liglit!
Wherever thy footstep bo, thara do wa b-'auty je;
'fbOJ Slndlest day iu tUs dwelling of uigbt.
Where leep the thunder. thJrs dost thou wander:
Dowa-'ueatli the ocjaa dujp, tkjrodj.t lliou stray;
Xbjslnglhj start at mom high in th air unba.-uJ,
Skirting crcalioa' f-r ve.gJ ou thy way !
Grand-urnd glory tajy trav.-l b-'for.- Una;
' llrighlueas and majesty walk iu tliy train !
Darkness It diet from tb-ja, cloud may not raltJ to Hue
When thou wakJst fro. a ocean a,'aiu.
own thy inflaencj kiudly tliou doo Jip3nj
Bltjsiiigs o'er nature, wlure'or iu bound br,
Africa's louo dusMt it bloo.us at tliy lirjssue.;;
And Lapland 1 turned Into jam our by taaol
Time cannot couq'ior tUjj; age cannot altar then;
' Year have no power to ILuil tliy sway,
6lrougtli and 4btlnilty jtlll tluy att.'ud on t!ia!
Pilgrim of agjt, but uot of djcuy !
eon of th5 firmament ! pi met ot wouderiuant!
'ow thy falrjournsy of day Hi done;
Ctlll art thou parting brijlie jUaddinj iovnortal llglil
Daw o on tliy lliruno of iiight Hall 1 aettlug un!
Cliurnctrr of M'asliington.
Tho following obituary of Gen. Wash
ington appeared in rt La:) Ion newsp tper in
January, I QUO, a few weeks after his tleiilh.
I shoulj like to know who its author wits.
For fiuishud ologmuc, ani for justness of
portraiture, it ha nevor bjen iui-pasied,
if ever eiiuilloJ, by, any other sketch of
our mitclilosi couutiyni Coul 1 it have
been an Eojlihm in, w!io ao justly up pre
dated, or so happily p jrirayod his cliui-ut:-ter?
If an E:i jlishmm, wlju was he?
I oan think of no on? tlun livi: i:i Great
Britain, (Bark) hd did J luarly four years
before,) who lul ntoiica a heart, a mind,
tin J a pen for su;h work, except Erakiiu.
Fox bad the heart, min.l and tongue for
it perhaps; but not the pin. It is fuund in
Kingston Life of Washington, a m-jJesi
mil well co:nppioJ ootoJecim of two hun
dred and twenty-four pig-js, published ni
Bahimors in 1813. Kingston did not tell
the name of the L indon nevpnpui'.
This nristei ly portrait should bo laid on
vory parlor tablj, and s'.u iiuJ by every
persoa in A.'tniio.i. Tlie traits whieh it
ddsci'ibus, au 1 truly attribu.es to Wash
ington, are traits of which tho frequent
tomplalion would do nnia than a thousand
lectures to m ike uubly useful men. u.
"The melancholy account of the death
tf General Washington was brought by a
vessel from Ballimoro, which has arrived
"General Washington was, wo believe,
in his sixty-eighth year. The height ol
his person was about tive feet eleven ; his
chest full, his limbs, though rather slender,
wull-shnped and musuular. His head was
lather umnll, in which respect he resem
bled the m;iko of a groat number of his
countrymen. His eyes were of a light
gray color; and in proportion to the leng'h
of bis face, his nose was long. Mr. S uart,
the eminent portrait painter, used to say
there were features iu his face totally dif
ferent from what he had observed in that
of any other human being; the soekets of
the eyes, for instance, were larger limn
what he had ever met with beforo, and the
upper part of his nose broader. All hia
features, he observed, wore indicative of
tho stronjrost passions; rot, like Socrates
his iudgmont and great self-command have
made him appear a nvin of a different cast
in the eyes ot the worlJ. llu always mjuLo
with great did! lence, and sometimes hesi
tated for a word; but it wis always to tin J
ono particularly well adapted to his mean
ing. His language was manly mid ex
pressive At htvecu b'rf disuourso with
strangers turned pi yjcip illy upon tho sub
ject of America iamL if they had been
through iny romrkiiblT5l'uuos, his eon
vcrsaiiom was, free and particularly inter
es'.mg, fo"f1ie was intimately acquainted
with every part of tho country, lie was
much moro open and free in his behaviour
at levee than in private; and in Ihecompn
rry of ladies still moro so than when solely
with men. ' ' ' '
"Few norsonsever found themselves for
the first timo in the presence of G.-iieial
Washington without buiug impressed with
a certain degree of veneration and nwo,
Dor did those emotions subaide on a closer
acquaintance; on the, contrary, his person
nod deportment were such as rather tend
ed to augment them. The hard sm vice he
had seen, the important and laborious ofli
its lie had li lie J , gave a kind of austerity
to his countenance, and a reserve to' his
manners; yet ho was the kindest husband,
the most humane master, the steadiest
"The wholo range of history does not
preent to our viuw a character upon which
we eat dwell wiih suuh entire an I unmix
ed admiration. The long life of General
Washington is not stained by a single blot.
He was indeed a man of such rare endow
ment, irud uclt fortumile temperament,
that every action that he performed was
cquallly exempted from the charge of vice
or weakness. ' Whatever lie said or did, or
wrote, was stamped with a striking ut.d
peculiar propriety. His qualities were o
happily blended, and to nicely harmonit
ed, that the result was a gieae and perfect
whole. The powers of his mind, and the
disposition of his heart, were admirably
suited to each other. It was the union of
perfect prudenco with the most consum
mate moderation. His views, though large
and' liberal, were never extravagant ; his
virtues, though comprehensive and bene
ficent, were disci iminating, judicious Hnd
"Yet lis character, thongh regular mid
uniform, possessed none of the littleness
which sometimes belong to theso descip
tious of men. Il formed a mnjesiio pie,
uio c(;t of which was not Impaired, but
inipcoioJ by order and eymmetrv. There
vi as nothing in it to dazaie by wilJness, or
surprise by ccentricity. It was of a high-
.jbvib 01 moral Doauiy. it contained
i-veryihiDg preat and elevated ; but it tad
n ;aju aud ilU3Hi w cameutei It was not
ictnottw enri by th h'.Uou and eiaum
.,...':" r . -
-4 - - !. 11. ?Ilt"17.."i.l ".I T
ners, opiniousand times. ' Gen'. Wasking-
ton was uot the iaol ot a uy out iiic Uu
ro of ages !
"Pla-ed in cirenmstanees of the most
trying difficulty at the commencement of
the contest, ho accepted lhat situation
which was pre-eminent'iii danger and re
sponsibility. His perseverance overcame
very ooslauie; Ins moderation conciliated
every proposiiiou; Ins genius supplied ev
ery resource; his enlarged view co'd plan.
revise and improve every urancli 01 civil
and military operaiion. He had the supe
rior courage which can act, or forbear to
act, as true policy dictates, careless of the
inproaciios ol ignonitice-eiuicr in power
or out of power. Hd knew how to con-
juer by wai.ing, in spito rjf obloquy, for
the moment ot victory ; and he merited
true praise by despi.sing undeserved cen
sure. I'.t the most arduous moments of the
con'.esi, his prudent lirmucss proved tho
s.alvauon of the cause which he supported.
"His conduct was, on all occasions,
guided by tho most pure disinterestedness.
Far sup.-rior to low and grovelling motives,
he seemed even to bo uiiinfl'ieneeJ by that
ambition which has Jilstly been tailed the
instinct of great souli. He acted even as
if his country's welfare, and lhat al'Jue,
was the moving spring. His excellent
mind needed noi even the stimulus of am
bition, or the prospect of fame. Glory was
but a secondary consideatiou. He per
formed great actions, he persevered in a
course of laborious Utility, with an equa
nimity that neither sought distinction, lior
Wits nauereu ty u. ins reward was in
the coiiseiousuussof his own rectitude, uud
in the success of his patriotic efforts.
"As his elevation to the chief power
was by the unbiassed choice of his coun
trymen, his exercise of it was agreeable to
tli purity of as origin. As ho had neither
solicited nor usurped dominion, he had nei
iher to coutcud with the opposition of ri
vals, nor the tevengo of enemies. As his
authority was undisputed, so it required no
jealous precautions, no rigorous severity.
ills government was mild nnd gentle, r.
was beuetii-eiit and liberal, il was wise
ami just. His prudent administration con
solidated aid enlarged the dimiuion of an
infant republic. In voluntarily resigning
tho magistracy which he had tilled with
such distinguished honor, he enjoyed the
uncqualed satisfaction of leaving to tho
Stale he had contributed to establish, the
fruits of his wisdom ai-td tho example of
"It is some consolation, amidst the vio
lence of nmhiiion ' and criminal thirst of
power, of which so many instances occur
around us, to find a Character whom it is
honoiabtu to admire, and virtuous to imi
tate. A conqueror, for the freedom of his
coui.t yl A legislator, for its sflcuriiyl A
magistrate, for its happiness. His glories
were never sullied by those excesses, into
which the highest qualities are apt to (le-
sjenorate With the greatest virtues, he
was exempt from the Correspofi linj vices.
He was a man in Whom the elements were
so mixed, that 'Nature might have stood
up to all the World' and owned him ns her
work. His fame, bounded by no country,
will bo continnd to no age. I he character
of General Washington will be transmitted
to posterity ; nnd the memory of his vir
tues, while patriotism and virtuo nfe held
sacred among mon, will remain undimin
ished." Southern Library Messenger.
A good Joke is told nt the expotise of a
number of our city girls, whoso names
we are under bonds to withhold. Dur
ing the hist week they took aJ vantage of
the beautiful Indian summer woathtr to
pay a visit to a "country cousin," living a
short distance from Wool s Mill. J. lie
parly, some six in number, were out by
ihe roadsido enjoying the sunshine, whoti
a man drove up with a load of hay, upon
whicli llitiy asLu.l an I obtained permission
to ride. After considurblii diHicully they
all got on top ot the Ion I, nnd (lie m 'in
ilrovuoll' with his doubly precious cargo
of liny an I calico. The hay trembled
with very ccstacy, an I all went merry un
til they reached the large mud pond which
covers the road for nbout fifty square feet
at the top of the hill this side of Wood's
Mill, when thu wagon upriet, aud landed
the girls and hay together in the mud and
water. Tiie hay fell uppermost, and for
a moment not a piece of ealico was niblc,
out in a simi'I time nicy serauleii out milt
drowned with mud and water, and so
much alike that their in dividual lovers
coul. I not h:ive (old them npirt. Their
feelings were less ruffled hy the accident
than their clothes, and after enjoying a
hearty laugh at their own escapo, they re
tired to the house, looking like a wild "band
of Hottentots, soaring the old folks into
tits, by their grotcsouo nppe.irance. La-
J'titjdle Jour., Od. 19.
A tall slab-sided Yankee who was mak
ing his appearanco at Cap May last sum
mer, strolled down the hcaeh during bath
ing time, unseeing me Dctyol Delles
disporting in the waves, be burst intort fit
"Ja ro-sa fern! if that don't jist mind
me of something good we have to hum."
'What is that?' rurrmiked a friead who
'What . ii?, shA? Jonathan, smarting
his Hps. 'Why it's hs-set and nutcr!'
"The noblest art of all arts." savs Sir
James Mackintosh, "is the-art of forming
n vigorous, iiciiiiiiy ami beautwul mind.
It is a work of unwearied care, which must
be constantly retouched through every
part of life. Hut the toil becomes every
day more pleasant, nnd the success more
Aii t'piuph upon a tombstone in Eng
land rtad thus: "Sacred to the memory
of Jon.Hthan Thompson, n pious Christian
and an affectionate husband. His discon
solate widuw continues to carry on the
tripe and trotter business at the same place
as before her boreavomont."
Mrs. Partiniorr says the only way to
prevent steamboat explosions is to make
the engineers "bile their water on shore
- O ' u.i piiviu,
her opinion, nil- bustin is by cooking
1 steam on board-."
'Marriage resembles a pair of shears,
(says Sidney Smith.) so joined that they
can not be separated; often movintr in op-
osiie oweoiioiis. yet nlways putnslijng miy
one who comes belwcn tliom.
Louis Napoleon appears to be a target
iir an me oaa stiott in i'aris. According
to correspondent of the New York Cour
ier, be Jius BrrnJn bet- fired nt, and was
suaiitiy to'iihed cu ftxj rtiouuit by the
mulct. , , .
V.f rr ML-. - .fT.. ,:. .nn'iiu
1 would willingly lay it up in heaven."
The ever active and restless power of
thought if not employed about what is
good, will naturally und unavoidably en
SOMETHING WORTH LOOKING AT.
Prof. Wood'a Hair Boatarullvo.
rTIH" preparation-, although leu lfci two year ue-
f.ira Llit, nuaiie. uwiuir loUswouderful vliectaupou
tuj huu'an hair and saalp,uu already obtaiuud acelo
b:ity and sale pe.ractly unparalleled. Il has, without
tha ordinary appl.ancasfor ucb purp'e,wouiu way ,4
boa n heartily oait'ouieato uiosl ot lae cute ai:d town
in Hie UullJd S'wte, tha Canada aud tha Watt hull
Island. NorUllii rasullturpriaiiig, wren It l ru
uiomuered that it popularity I baaed upon 11 morli
tolalr.aaeaiublnihed by atluul teat. Tlu.l IhU pre
paration wilt actually raatnrc gray hair to It uamral
eulor. produe aluxurlaut irrowth upon the had of
tha bald; prevent tha nairfroin falling olT. and, when
usjdas a toilet urliclo, produce a continual How uf
the natural fluid, aud thusrendor lb J hair lfl,gtoy
aud wavy, doslroya dlaaaa.-i of tha acalp. and expel
dandrun, tlia certillcuua of distinguished genlleiuou
and ladlas.iu every part ct the country, who bavo tri
.,a it. hiwl Lh.,r.ifttra idak waat lii know, most fully
atti.t. That by piopur ui oflliis H jslorutive the hair
can fc luada to retain II natural color to almost any
age allotted to humanity, by removing lliu cause ol
disease from the scalp no matter of how long standing
- tue concurrent iouiiioiuais oi iue rrcM,Bwwi
tillcates of tha uuinorou3 respectable Inditlduuls of
boih soxas. leave no doubt. Circular containing full
particular relative to the curative, a well as rocom
uiuiidalleua or editors, and curtidcale bofore alluded
to,caubehud of all Ilia agcnlt.
UaooKrirLO. Maa..3auuary 13, ie45 Prof. Wood
Dear Sir: Having made a trial of your Hair Hcslora
ttvc.it give me pleasure lo sny tlintlt alfect has been
excellent in reuioting inflainuiutlou, damlrulf, uud a
constant tendency to itchiDg, wltN w hll n 1 hav becu
trouliieU from kl'.liiibond, 6c has also roatorou my nair.
which was bccnmiDg gray, tolls original color. 1 havo
used no other article with anything likutl.e ple.suro
audproflt. Your truly, J. K. UKAGG,
bailor of tho Orlliodux Church, HrookUeld.
St. Loots, March 7, 1834 Prof. Wood Dear Sir:
My hair commenced lulling bo soino Hire ur four
years since, aud coutiuncd to do so until I becanio
3uitebald. I tried all tits poiulur ruiuedles of the
iiy, but to no uliect. At last 1 wu Induced to try your
celohratod Hair Kestiinilivo, and am very happy to
av 111 doing woudur. 1 buva now a line growth of
vo'ui.g hair, and cboerfiillv ,-oionimeud it uso tu all
similarly aflllctetl. A. C. Willuiison, 133 3d street.
Cailyi.sc. 111., June 28, 1833. 1 haw used Prof. O.
J. Won. I s Hair Keatorative, and huvo admlrod It
wonderful ullecta. My hairwtil bucnniing.u I thought,
nreiuaturely irray. but liv Iho uao of bl Kestorativo It
has resumod llaorlglual color.and have no doubt per
manently so. H. llittEsa, Kx-Sunator, United State.
114 Maitet Street, St. Louis, Mo., March 8, 1855.
Dear Sir: 1 tun doing an extensive truvll in the West
uud SoulU Western Males as a OJnernl Agent fur
Adams' Amcrloun Lliilinmi, aud would bo glad Ifyou
would favor me with a consignment of PruT. Wood's
Hair Kestoratlvo.n foci assured lhat Icau Introduce
il iu many pluces where it Is not known, us my own
head is a living tustliiinuy df lis aluahlu protiertloa.
in restoring hair to Itsnatuial color. 1 am forty years
oid, and my hair was almost white, but after using
three half-piul oolites my hair Is as beautiful auburn
as It was nl eighteen, and much improved In appear
ance, aud I would not be without a bottle on hand for
the price of ten. 1 should be glad to attend to any
ntntiurthul Is enunectod with t!ld HalrRoslorallro. I
huvo been for lliirteen yours ciiicagot! In the same bu
sinessand will bo glad to hearfroni you soon. Myad
dross Is Hurls, Tennessee.
Very respectfully, WM. TJ BROOME.
TTPHrenared aud sold at II market Hlreol, be
tween 4th aud 3th streets, St. Louis, Missouri, aud 3111
Broad wav, Hew York.
Sold Wholesale and Retail at Proprietor's prices,
. uvj. v. i-AKri, Cincinnati,
And K AUFF.MAN & Co.; Lancaster, Ohio.
Octobor 4, lt55 lySi
HARDWARE AT GREAT BARGAINS!!!
Cheaper titan over before Offered In
JOHN e"F INGE
nAS 1 : 1 1 I v purchased from P. Bope his into rest In
tlre llurdware burlne.js, and Ifr irddltion tu liia .ul-
reaiiy t;rfgo alack, r now daily receiving, ulrect from
tuo Jiaaniacturtrt and Importer, u largo purchaso o
new goods, w hich will make his stock of liardwarooue
orthe nioAt oxtenslve to be louuil Iu this market. Hli
facilities fo"r piirchasftig and arrangements with Mnnu
facturers. which are eoiiai to any, will cuabTo hlui to
offer all descriptlong ol Hardware, at lowtr prir.tt than
antr ttktr establishment. The attention of Farmer
aud Mut-iiAMi-s Is Invited tollie extraordinary induce
inentsnow held out to them in the "way of trroat bar
giilus rimy aansiieu that ir the) eonsiillliiulrotvn Iu
torosl they will l" fer(utn (n r-tifl infl examine his prl
ccs before prrlrntnng olsjwhero. T?y cloftu attention
to biisluuss, and by constantly keotilnr on hund a full
and complete assortment and the boat goods, ho hopes
to secure a large snare oi me patronage ui tue ruriuorr
auu roeciianicH ui ino cuuiity
AJiril .u, ina4.
lluirirv nnd 'irrinirc) maker
WILL find, at liio Jfew Hardware Store, opposite
Hie Tallma'los House, ono ofllie larirust and best
selected slock of Trimming ever opened lu this mar-
Kut. i;onsisling ill pa-1 ol
lot) Pieces Kiiuml'd Duck nnd Cntivuss,
ij t'liucy cotoreit no.
30 u nil Wool and union liumarks
50 Hides pnteut utift Knain'M Leather,
Bmss aud Silver Plated Hands, 'I'op Props,
Sliiufp Joints, Laces, Spring. A vols. ele.
Lancaster. April SO, 1S34 JOHN EFKINGEl!.
nui sn nru.nr.fis ik iot.
TOIIN KIFlXr.KH wonl.l liivllutlie atlenllon nft'ai--pentsrs
anil House Hltililere to Ills Inrge stock of
liouso liuilillug uiiiturliils. 'I'hcy will flint cuiistuutly
oil hand, the bust Jiuiliita Nails. Splkoa and Hrads;
'l'lie most approved t)ior Locts and Latchos;
Window GIhmm nml KimIi of ii M sizes;
Coiiclillii nnd Wood's Pure White Lead and Oil;
Hour nnd Blind It ts, Hiop Illng.is, Hulls, etc. -Those
about building will Ire certain to sure money
uy examining iny prices ueioro purchasing ersewiioro
April '.'. 1H54.
SD1TKD to all trades and ofthn most approterf ntako
llutrhnr's Cast Steel, Firmer nnd Snckel's Gouges,
Spear und Jack ion's Cast and Spring Htoui Sati s,
Butcher's Double uud Single Pluuu Irons,
Ohio Tool Company Planes,
Masons and PlusteraTrowls,
Cooper's Drawing knives, ote., for snle cheap by
AprllilO, 1H54. : JOHN KFFISOEH.
"BREAD! BREAD!! BREAD!!!"
s mi jri7ni:nny
WOULD respertrully anuoiinco to tho clltaens nl
Iditcnslur dc vicinity, Hint ho liusco irncedtlie
II r ends Light II li nit. A; 1 rut-tier Ilaklnp;
ii connection with his former baking, dils now prepared
wllh every thing lu Die abovo lino. Having In his em
ploy the best of bukera. ha feels rniilldent thai hn em.
please till who uuiy favor him with a cull.
ii ft all nltiisMoD on Main Mreel, uml ills'" t hll
Biike-Itouse, corner of Coluuibus & Mulberry cuts
UiiriMftir. Jiilv IS, 1HA4.
Fruit 11 11 it Ornnfnoiitnl Trct', Ac
nj. BLACK would call llio nltoiitlon of his
,. irl nnls und tho nubile ireiieriilly. to ih., n.,.,
stock ot Fam r and IImii l Taita, Sncas, Vines.
Ac, w hich he utrcrs for sule Ihe coming Fall, ut his
Nursery, three miles east uf Bremen.
H.nt.K-k con,l,l, ol ,7..n, Vear, (both rfnndurd and
diriirf.) V'"'ar, Veaek, Vlete, Apricot, Xectarine and
vnerre tree..: urape fines, warrants, Uooseberriee,
Raspberries, k)c. ; uud Ornamental Treeedeeidnots
None but Hie usee beet fruits, nnd well-grown tree's,
will be s.ini out from the Nursery; and every variety
Is warranted correct, having been propagated by Ihe
priri-iir iinusi-ii, ur unuer Ills lilt llieuillie llirectltin.
No trouble nor expense ha beeu spared during tho
htsl six years In oblullillia the best fruits In Him
try', anil 11 visit to iher Nursery, or an examination of
the (.'ntiilogiie, will show Hint he has one uf the Unujt
collections of fruit In Central Ohio.
Orders from persona who Hud It Inconvenient to visit
Ihe Nursjry will be promptly nttendeil to, If address
ed tothe proprietor ul KlMlVtLl.E, Onto.
Ileirrlpllve C.italogii.ij furnished gratis.
The followliigtrotitleuif 11 in referred tot B. W.
t'SL:si., GroonBeld lownsiilpt (11, ai ts Diiksbacii,
Esq., I.incmtnr, Ohio; la. .N'ei Rit, Uultlmorr, Ohio;
Rev. K. M. Biiisiit. do-.- '
SepiemborvO, 1855". ;otf
TIN IIUOP 3c F NOH WAHK.ftoOU
HAVING established himself In the nlsnuflicferVrit
of TIN. COPPER nml SHEHT-IUON WARE In
Uiesn't Building, one Door Jlocklng Vallet
Bank, Is prepared lo furnish the people of this county
with overy tiling thut tuny be needed In his line. He
keeps on hand every variety of COOKING nnd HEAT
ING STOVES for WOOD and COAL, consisting In part
of the Lion Air Tight, Western Quenn.
Triumph, Buck. President. ud Preference for Wood
and Black Diamond Tor Coal. Also Ploughs, Plongli
Shares. Surar Keltle d llolluw-wuro. All or the u hiwo
articles will be told as low as can be bought elsewhere.
uo tuvltes ciltiens generally to call and examine his
stock. JAMES McMANAMY.
N. B. Hoitse-tpotillngoVlotiblniriloti unon short no
tice. Old Cupper, Brass, Pewter and Iron tukun In ex
change for any of th nbovc articles. J Mc.
Lancaster, may 1, teat
LITTLE A DnESniCHS
OXRiL nciLKSS IN
STAPLE FANCY ttltV OOOD8
tiroccrless Quconsware, lints, Caps,
aosNKTt, aooTa. sun am wall 1,111 aid seanttisa,
MAIN STREET, LANCASTER, OHIO.
WOULD retpectrullylnvlte the attention ofevei
body to their largeand wvll assorted ttock ol
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
which hare been selected with earn, and will be it Id
tho Ion eat cash prices. liny 3, 1H.16-5U
lias Just received nt tho City Doek Store
s. tw ar?rtT or
BOOKS, STATlOltXKT, FA1TCT ARTI0XS8,
' Gilt Moulding for Ptctura rrmf l,
tOGETHBRwtth VARIOUS ART1CIE ror LADIES
isch t 0hMl,oTtta, working Cotton, ambrnlder
lug siik, tewing silk, spdvlsotioii, Tupr,baiiuii,, dc
Tuay call ar.ii axantnt Ml suk.
I-L.is:r,,a',l !Ji',135- i.-
S3 CD CD s, QD CD CD
IX GIFTS Fin THE FEorii!
cimot, cinr Asi-riiou-,
BCRSELL C0'S.6ECO51) GREAT GIFT IIIs
TK1UUTI0N. The proprUlor.lukegrci.tple.s
ura in anuouueliur to the citii-i.solllie I'kion.ihat la
jconsequanre of the great utiafLclioa uianifcsted by
tue iicf tti-nt7iuaroiiiieir araigreat viairii.uiiou.auu
tnecauy tuouuuasouciiauoLsironi an part ol the
country, tu relation to wbciher they lulri.4 getting
up another Distribution of Gifts for the people, they
have, after au immense outlay, been enabled fo otfai
to their thousand of patrons the following ralna
blo. maeuiuceut, and uopiecedented BRILLIANT
SCUKME. to bedlstrlbulcd a soon a tha 300,000
Beautiful Engravings of the CAriToi. of Onto aredis
rlbulod aliiong their Patrons. The price of the En
gravlnglsbut Ou Dollar, and asaparlbro'ruauici.lit
cannot be surpawed.
Read attentively th following list of hrawtffulaad
cosily Gift, which will be satisfactorily distributed by
a committee ofien.selectcd ono f rout cacb K tale where
thelargeat numhernf subscribers areobtnlcod:
1 FARM IN TUP STATE OK 1KLIAKA 810,000
1 do IB 0!l!O 8.01)0
1 do do S.CCl
1 rour-storr Brick Dw elling and Lot, In Co
lumbus. Ohio S.3C0
1 do do do do S,5U
1 Beatillful residence Iu the townof Mount
1 Two-Siory Brick Building In Clilllliotli 3,S!U
1 Brick Collage aud Lotiu Coluuibus 3,000
1 du do do 3.000
1 Krame do do do K,3W)
1 H.-iudibme Country Residence lu Eogo,
Perry connlv, Ohio l,3C0
4 Splendid building lots in Coluuibus, it
10 do do do 8I.5C0 1S.VC0
4 do do Clevuland 6,000
1 Grand Action Piano rchickerii.g') l.iSOO
1 Gold Watch, set with Uiauidud l.llOO
3 Guld Watches, at $310 each g,5C0
10 Rosewood Pianos, at 93X0 3,000
10 do do at 4(0 4,000
10 do do at 310 3.000
50 Gold Watches, at $130 ; jco
100 do at ICO 10,000
100 do at 5 700
HO do at 40 4,000
300 Silver 'do at SO s.OGO
500 d'd do at IS 7,500
itklO Ladies' Gold Breast Pins, at 14 4,000
200 do Brncha Shawls, at (13 5,000
500 do Silk Ureas Patterns, at ("0 10,000
3000 Gold Pencils, st 83 lvooi)
10000 Gold Pens, with Silver Cases, at 82 "n.oon
SfKK'O Gold Riugs,attl.50each 30,000
j'.it ua at iAueacB 1S.G84
Every purchaser of the splendid laree Llthnffrihie
Engraving, will receive a Certificate of Membership
entitling them to a cliaura in the above list of valua
ble and costly out" Torino i'oople. The Engravings
ran be sunt by mall (without being damaged,) to auy
part of the country.
, jLra-svsjt vnme r irai Bervca.QI
Persons wishing to act as Atrentsfor ns will ,l...
send a rucommendallon signed hy the Postmaster or
some other Influential alia well known person in the
place whore they reside.
To those persons who have been acting as Agentafor
us In our forinor Distribution, thia is not required.
nil uroers wiui inn muncy cnciosCU, Irce of postage
111 moot with prompt altonlioii.
JlTa r!er to prrvrnt mistaiei. icnti on d others
t raxtmittinr montw Is will tleass hant it Mrmi.d ..
isepresemee or rs resimastcr, and the atmsunt enter-
ea en ino way ent.
Wo propay all our letters, circulars, the. in nn
ageiiisnnucorresponacnis, cua expect them to do the
Hill, WIIU US.
11 r'Aronts wanted In overv town, slmm - win
furnish with posters, circulars, schedules, instructions,
wu., on Hpoiiuauon at our unice, or uv mail nost natd
For further particulars see deserlnllva bills. &.. n
enquire at office, Ro.8, Walnut's Block, Town Htreot,
iuiuuiuuv, vMii... uv ni, r.M, u lu rrnnr etors
JOHN H, SHAFFER, Agent for Lancaster
March 8, 1835 44
Fuinll y G roccrlca, Uuecnavrare &cMcVe.
IIEILX G. BARBENCHON has become proprle
by purchase, of tho Grocery Store of H. Tt. tn.
oTCo., to which he hasjust added a large and superfine
variety of yumiln Groceries, now arriving nnd lo arrive
irum i. iiii-iniiiiii, auu oiuur mart, in iiiukttig ut pur
chaso lie has had In viuw- the uccoiiiuiodutlou of 1.1:
trleiiasauddlscrlmatiiig public, for all seasons. He
commeiid.i In their attention, umnng ollior articles, at
prices that cannot fail. to give sutl.-fui tlon.
CONFKCTlONAllliiSofullkiiuls.for famlllui and
Candiss, Tnrriigonia Almonds, English Walnjts and
urutinuii ii it iv, icn uno utiles.
Jellies. MA Gelatine for Jollies. Primes. A,r
or Famils Groceries ho will only meiillon Phil, pow
dered and crushed SUGAR, Wc'd.Orloaiis do., TEAS
lllo mid Java COFFEE, Spied, Molasses, GolSon Syr
up, French Chncnlaie. Mushroon Wsl ,. 'i
Catsup, a splendid lot of English, Jtiarv Cheeee, aud
oilier urllcles lo numerous to put down hero.
Not In furgvl.ulao, Liquors, Brandy for the sick and
convalescent, clgnrsS years old, siuoiikingand chowiug
TOBACCO, Powderand Sliol for the Sportsman.
He will koop on hand a variety of fafnfs, ra-niek
arid Japan of 1)1 own HiUJHifnctqi1 for the trade.
Notluast.aKrgeaudfiillaasorlineui ut Quesnsware.
F.arlhcn ware, Vrenckirare and Enlick dlassware, nl.
sort'oarfea ware, Tsbe.Bncksls.qe. , ..
JT?He hopes to olifain a fair aiialr'of the pnbtlc favor
in his now undertaking, and looks for the approbation
and pulroiingoofhlsfrlonds. Having, boon compelled
lorolliiqiiish his former business as Injurious to lienllh,
he will make a fnlrlrlalof this, to seo If It will not from
his purse, us w ell us his henltli. If the experiment, (lc
Willi Ii he will devote Ills llliillvltlod ulteiitlou) docs lint
succeed, lie nlllbealile ho trusts, to servo the publlo in
some oilier usoful capacity.
Muy5ie34. FELIX G. BARBENCHON.
LA IV C A kflAl MACIHSTE FoirVlMlY
JT. KNGlAESjUpun short notice uud ut Cincinnati
aud riUsburg prices.
Also, all kinds of Mill Gearing, Hoisting Screws,
Regulating Screw, Jack hcrows; Fuller's Sirens and
M III Spindles of rast Iron or w rought.
Bulesand Drivers, etc., Are.
Ho will ulno furnish the PARKER WHEEL lo suit
any bond ur water, and cilh either Iron or wooiV shaft.
Also tho ATKINSON WHEEL Ut up us iibovo. The
puieiii on mo rnraer vtnoei lias oxplruU and conse
quently they con be had much cheaper.
He also continue to make DEVOL'H THRASHING
M.l III.MiH.iindkeopsuloteoiistuiilly on linnd; war
ranted the best In Ohio.
A It the ubove articles will be inmle with pinmlnl ......
and hy the best workmen, ami will bo warranted.
All Kinds of repairing done upon the Shortest notice.
Me also keens constant v on liaml. A I.I. KIN'im tiw
CASTINGS, usually kept In u Puundry. He has com-
iieietiiiisiroiusuui,so niui tnose who call can oxam-
iip ins wura.
Tho know n attallty of Iho work dnna nt n,l n.ini.
Ilsliinent for many yeur;pasl,la the best guarrauteetlial
in iiuiiro, ino suiisrrioer win lubor to desire thu put
ronngo of tho publle. Ho luvitusoxniulnatlon.
Uiiiruslor, May 10, 1H54. G. DEVOL.
MEDICINE AN1 VARIETY STOItE.
r I yl'E itnilerslfnal respectfully advertises the pub--
lie thut lie line on hand for sale, ou reasonable terms
ior cusu.acewjiifis assortment o
rresband Well Selected Medicine,
1 oin)irtsliig overy trade andckemiral, derive, I from Ihe
Vcitetable,Minetaland Animal Kingdoms, and used In
Allopathic, Hrineonalkie, Kclecticand H.o.,V i.r, ll.,..
'i'lieassorlmeiilembrueesiill iho JMeloids, Retinoids,
Alcoholic and Aqueons F.rtracts, Sfc. Sec.
His stuck ofSurglcal Instruments Is of the boedqirul'lry.
A r'ull Stock of f'nniily Oroccrltn,
Fronchand American I'erfnmery In grunt vnrletv.
Manilla and common Segurs, Chewing and Smok'tiir
lobacco; best uuarlty ol Wluu, llruiullua. aV.c.,iiutivo
and 1 111 ported, lor medicinal use; strong Cider Vinegar,
Window Glassaud Glass Wure.turetlier with nil tho
popular patent medicines, mill hit endless vorlety of
elm.-ana uuiu uriinnienioi anu useful.
Physicians preacrlptlonsput up with gre.-.tenre by a
cumpeieiiiauu cxperienceu Ulsiieuser.
Oct.23,IS54 JV. 106, Main Street, Lancaster.
riSSES UK BEUTHOLTS have re
I turned to Lancaster. and willbu him-
I I11V tu receive luiiiils for l,ilri,..llii nn ,)..
IANO PORTE and GUITA R. at their VnttilllltlAM Alt
Brud8tret,.Vorth6fj,fai Street .'ii thi honaefo r mer
le occupied be John W. Yt setter, and liupe their long ex
perience In teaching iiiiislcnnd the iiuremlltliig utloii
lion paid to the Improvement of their Pupil wlllintiiro
apnrllon of public patronage.
M'!- C. DE flERTHOLT will rocolva a class for
Enihrotdcl-y and I'liiivasswnrlC
MISSM.G. UK HEHTHOLT has opened nn Ele
mentary School In the Buseuieut Klorv of the Etsiaro
P'i!fnrcb. Iay 1, IMS 1
RAIL ROAD C AR8 AReTn.
TJAHJtist received bis SPRING and BUMMER
Ply of HATS di CAPS at I.I. ol. I .t,,,..l ......,.
rallmodge lionet, Main Street, t.entester. Okie. Hi
stock has heel
ftJ Including VI
stock has been selected with care und embrace
nrioty 01 llnta Cap
White Beaver. Molskln. No. 1 f f
naand Pedal Straw nml lj,l,np 'A
Hats; Men. Hues and Children. Pnlm l.i,r from 101 t
J7i Also Men and Boy's Fur and Wool'Kossuth Hats,
Boys and Children. Fancy Hnts, which will be told nl
Ihe lowest prices. Leghorn Hnts wnthed and bleacher'
at the shortest notice. TTJ-Don't forget the place.
Mayo, 1P34. " M. SM ALLEY.
Sl'OItTSM KJT, FAKMElTs,LlVEIl AND
Slajt mcu and all who have ngood Horse,
ii o ii 11 r tt Ti i
EN NET r GARRETT respectfully romluds
you tlm.t be Is still bauuuorlua' awov on
read Streetintkt Cite 0 Lancaster, where he
is always on hand to treat crlnvled horses.
An experience of nearly 40 years, and many years of
that time under tho Instruction of au eminent Veterlua
ry Surgeon, enables liliu lo confidently underiaktthe
most dltllcult ciues. In SHOEING beholds himself
second to none.
OUIs reputation. 1 now to well known that hor
ses are temto httn to be shod from most of the
neighboring cltlesand towns. Hit Shoeing Shop
necoinmodntloninreto aiiaplb that no detention
or delay will ever occur. BENNETT GARRETT.
ljtncaster. Angntl 84. 1854 V.'ni 10
D ESI It A B-tE CITY LOT FOR SALE.
T WILL tall Lot No. 73 In Carnenter'a Addition to
th City of Lancaster, belnc the Lot directly onoo-
stutothe resldsnc of William M. Ktnkead, Esq.
Thlt Lot It larga and tltflbly located, being one of
r one of
the coiner Lots In Ida original Carpenter Plat and
sttnatedon the Southwest corner of winding and Par
ry Streets. naartha C. W. aLlt.lt. Dapoli Terms
easy anu tiuewatrantsd. Enqnuaor
. a nl:KL JACKSOlt or
GEORGE W. MAC ELROT,
lr.i)ccs:ar: Mat r, ',;-.'
GOOD MEDICINES. It Is estimated that Avca's
V"tY PaCTORAt aaa Catbartic Pills kavo dou
mjrelo promote tho public health, lhau auy other
one cause. Thar can be no question that tha Cherry
rectum I ha by it thousand on yhouaand cure of
Colu, Coughs, Asthma, Croup, Iufluouu, ilrooehitts
dtCTery much reduced Uie rrouoniou of deaths from
consumptive Jlsaasesln this country. Tho Pills are
a good a the Pec'.tSral and will cure more com
plaikl. Everybody needs moreorlets purging. Purge tb
blood front luimpurltles. Purgo the bowel. Liver
and tho wholo viacerul system from obstructions.
Purge out the dlseaseswhich fasten on the body, to
work ltsdecay. But fordiseaswa we should dlo only
of olu ago. Take antidotes early aud thrust it from
thesystetn. before It I yet loo strong to yield. . .
Ayor's Pills du Ihrnst out disease, ndl only while It
Is weak but whan it baa, taken a strong hold. Read
the astounding aiatc'rheiit of those who have been cur
ed by them from dreadful Scrofula, Dropsy, Ulcer,
Skin Disease. Rheumatism, Neuralgia. Dyspepsia,
Internal Patus.Billious Complaint., Heartburn, Ilea,
acho. Gout, and many less dangerous but still threat
ening ailments, such as pimples on tho face. Worms,
Nervous Irritability, laiss of appet.to. Irregularities,
lizlne in the head. Colds, Fever, Dysentery, and
indeed every varluty of complaints for which a Pur
pative Homed) Is required.
These arc uo random stuteinonts. butare authenti
cated by jour own neighbors audyaur own Pbysl
Trs them once, and you will neverbe without thorn.
PrlceS5eenWr.br Box 5 Boxes for 1,00.
Prepared hv Ur. J. C. AYBH. Chemist. Lowell, Ms.,
and sold bv F. Eckstein. Cincinnati: Kauffnian dt Co.,
and M.Z. Kreider, Lancaster; G. P. Hanilln.Oaklandv
E. Kalb. RusUville, aud by all Dealers In Medicine ev
ery w here. September 0, If 55 2in 18.
FRESH ABKIVAL OF
IIENHY A. GEUELEH,
One Deer East of He Hacking rails Bank, Seal
jtfuia street. Lancaster, uaio.
Tl ESPECTFULLY solicits the attention of his friend.
X V and ciistomora, and all that may want Groceha
and w ho w ill he so kind a to give him a call, both from
tbexlty and country, to my superior aud complotealock
of Groceries. Just received, embracing lu part tho fol
x j.wa ana niu i.urraa-, voiing, nyson,
"ZSZA Black and Imporiui TEAS; New Orleans Sugar,
Loaf, Criish'ud and Pulverized; Rice, Golden
aMS Svrun. 8. H. dvrun. 8. H. Molasses. N. Orleans
do., Oranges, Lemons, Ruislans,, Figs, Pruin, Almoiuls,
fecons, Mlberu.ooco nuts ana rezit niitsrieAtieei,
Dried Tongues und Clucinnali Cured Hair., English
Dairy Cheoaeaml W. R. Cream do.,; Spice, Cinnamon,
Cloves. Nutmegs, Since, Alsplce. Pepper and Glngor,
Sal Soda, Ct. Tartar, Snlreratss, Starch, Sattpetor, Ext.
Logwood, Imllgo, Marnier, Alum, etc., etc.
Soap, Candles, Tuba, Buckets, Broom, wash unrxs,
Basket, etc., etc.
A fine lot of Chewing Tobacco, also Smoking do. and
Cigars; Wines and Walker' Burton Pale Ale, a gener
al tock,o( Notions, Toys, aud great many other artlclo.
may i, icot. n. a. uc.uc.Lia.iii.
NEW LAW liJOK.
Plea Jing& Practice under the Civil Code.
BY HON. SIMON NASH.
T lil form a volunto of about 700 pages, 8ro., beau
tifully printed anu neuiij and nrmiy bound lu law
In addition to brief Treatises on the various provl-
iion offorms of petitions, nnsivers, entries for Clerks,
return for sheriffs. Are. Ihe work will show what
changes have bjen rfruduceil by the .vode. 1 ho pre
cedent for iietillons and unswera' are so drawn us lo
deduce nutof the cases a clear and real issue, about
wuicn nil wui,oe aprcc-i us w ii weai:iig. lliu tonus
of entries ant! returns will render Ibo work ospoelally
useful lo county officers, as well as to the profession.
Such a work has long boen a dssiderutiiin: no bonk
having yot appeared 11)1011 the subject since, the euuet
liicntof the iNew Code.
Il will shurlly bo published by
II. VV. DERBY. Cincinnati.
Ntvan' New Treatlae
ON THE POWERS AND DUTIES OP JUSTICES OF
THE PEACE, ETC. 1 vol. Svo.
Snan'i Itcvlsed Stattttea
Of THE STATE OF OHIO. Complete. 1 vol. 8vo.
OF REPORTS OK SUPREME COURT OF OHIO.
Oct. Id, lti. 1 vol. tl vo. 3n4
ATTENTION! THE WOHZ.D.
IVILL-IAM . SIIVTT:
CARRIAGE fS Blid7 MANUFACTURER
On Wheeling Strei t,
and ilukTieies unsiirpiiBsed for beauty, durability
VTj Vtf M "... . ...... . ... .. . . ...uvc VT
cheapness by any thing ofllie kind overoffcred In this
section of Ohio. Having secured Ihe services of the
uint accomplished workmen, he is able to compose
wiili anc .iiuillr iesfft'blislitiieiit West of the iniotin
talna. My mnle'riul Is nil Srst quality. nil d all work
warranted for ono y uar. Persons desirous of pur
chasing will please call and oxuiulue my stock,before
pure mining else a no re.
II. rui' isnisopreparoti to 'diartiiici 7rtt any work
riorsons wish done, nl us reasonable rules nsniiv firm
ntheelly. WM. SHUTT.
Lancaster, aprll'JO, IPJj 50
Dry Goods ftr Spring ii Suiuwer,
WILIIAM IEE & 60.
So. 74 Wont Fourth Street, Cincinnati.
Offers a usual, to their cusloniorr siiftothors.
AVERY EXTENSIVE AND ATTRACTIVE STOCK IN
h-ASIlluaAtll.K, T.iSTKFUL AND
USEFUL STVLm OF M)OD.l, viz:
Ladles' Dress ;Goods, of all kinds of Fabrics, St. a wis
ami Mantillas; r.uuiroiiieries urn) Laces; llilkfs.
Hosiery, etc.; Linens, Muslins, and all klndsof
pluln fabrics; Housekeeping Goods, great
GOODS FOU ItlKN AND IIIIYS WEAli;
Business conducted on Ihe one price principle.
Prices marked at rales ns favorable to nnrchasnra as
can bu ulfordud by uuy house euguged lu a regulur
Persons visiting Cincinnati aro rospoctfully Invited
to can auu u.uiiiiuu uoous uisu prices. Aimi 5 4H
Manufacturers and Importers of
AT WHOLESALE ARD RETAIL,
South Weit Corner of Main and Fourth Streets,
Cloc3ti Wntchcs and Jewelry ltepair-
rd and Warranted.
Angus! 30, IC3J 3inl7
C. 11 CAMP & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
HATS. CAPS AND FANCY FURS,
12,1 Irirtiu Street, Clnrlunati,
Havu now u full flock, ami are making aud receiving
fresh supplioj of all kind of
illcu'a nnd Iloya' lilnck, Drown nnd Tnn
Color, mid Icftrl Soft Hats, Fur uud
Wool; Cloth Silk IMuaii, Glazed and
Fancy Caps Tor Men nnd Boys.
WOLF AND FANCY ROBES,
LADIES' FANCY FUHS,
HATTERS' FURS, TRIMMINGS, &.O.
To which wo would call tlio attention of Dealers and
4?outitry Merchants before purchasing, as we are pre
pared to offer superior inducements to rush or prompt
lime buyers. C. II. CAMP di CO.
Cl11clu111.ll, October 4, 185J Sm24
jist aariivtn at
SEAHTE'3 ll&jll STORE,
rrrptslteSha;rler's Kotcl, Lancaster, Ohio
HONEY MOON and other Conislllle. from Punch
Autobiography of an Actress, by Mrs. Mowuth
Journey to Central Africa, by Bayard Taylor
Kansas aud Nebiaskn, by Iliile
Fiiiiny Memories of Foreign Lauds, by Mr. Slowe
The Better Land, by Thompson
NupoleoncV hi Army, The Camp Flrot of Napoleon.
A Sue lot of Annuul for 1053, and a flue lot of small
Gift Booksof all kind.
. Catholic Prayer Bookt. Episcopal Prayer Books, and
a large lot of Fumlly Bible and Pocket Biblut at
School Booktand Stationery at Wholesale ck Retail.
Pocket Wallets, Port Moules.ttJid Pen Knives, for
tale at thu Book Store of
Oppeeitt SkerfftrU Hotel.
Oct. SO, 185425
NEW CHINA 8TORE.
TUST opeued on Mailt Street, norly op
posite Reber, Kutt di Co't Dry Good
Slore, cousltllng of
'all of which will be told low at wholesale
' and retail. Marehantt and th public ar
respectfully solicited to call and oxamlne
to,.' alAAl, II lihtllalululMul
Window Glass almost all si res fiom 7 to 0 np to 3t
Lauoast.fr, aprtl 19, 185-4g
THEJGREAT HARDWARE STORE.
ties, eflt Slain sHrcelt
'lOJf OF TES PAD I0CK A5D KILL (AW.
WIIITi; A; LATTA
IN celling the attention of the public to tbetr new ad
vertisement, would embrace the)opporlunlty of re
turning their thanks to ihelr old mend aud the publle
generally for tholr verv liberal hatmuare In time neat.
and would most respectfully solicit) a continuance of
lueaaine, aatneyare aeieruiinou to spars) uo enort to
mukeitholb pleasant and profitable to any and ail per
sons wishlnc to purehsae Hardware of any description
of them. Feeling aaiisBca wiih their experience in the
business and means of keeping up a large stock, that
they cau offer greater inducements to the publlo than
say atasr c (afia latat iaf s o'r a r vicinity. They are
well aware of Uta necessity, of small Ublishments
making up in oiowiug anu putting what tuey lack in ma
ny other particular, they wish therefore to avoid any
luing-ui in, aiou, auu are aatisaen alter receiving their
entire new stock, which is now arrtvlngdally.that a look
th roii eli Ihelr xtaie estaHiskment will saiurr
one that the Or eat Hardware Stjre is the place to Bud
wnai moy wain sua at low price. Their stock will cou
sisi id punas iuiiuvs;
CARPENTERS and Bu'ii.lerswiU nleasa take notice
that the new arm of WHITE e I.ATTA will sell
none but the beat Juniata Nails. All Nail sold by us
will be warranted. We have now ou hand,
550 Kegs Nails, Spike and Brad-..
S50 Boxes 8xJ0, lOxlSand 10x14 Citv Glass.
800 Keg Wm. Wood A Co' Pure White Lead,
10 Barrels Linseed Oil,
3 Barrels of Putty. , . .
In addition to tho above wc have a very tareo slock of
Baildmg Hardware of ovry discretion, which wll' bo
sold cheaper than ever. WHITE at LATTA
Lancaster, April aa, x34.
ut on Ami stf'eE;
Qfifi nnnnunu,ofRoLt'BD iron,
Oil' Kt f t SO.OUO do Hammered Iron,
1..B0 pounds Cast Steel, li tog Inch square,
SAO do Kugllsh Bllstor Steel.
4S0 do Double Shear do
0 do German do
1500 do Spring do
1000 du American Blister do
In store and for sale at low prices, hv
April go, 1854. WHITE & LATTA.
PLANE Irons, Chisels, and Gouges, Bench Planes,
Mouldlugaud Bead.Match and Table, Hatchetsaud
IVn w' S".'1 uopplng Axes, Drawing Knives
or all kinds, Steel and Iron Squares, Guages and Try
Squares all sties, improved Borolng Machines, Hand,
Pannol. Tennant Kl,,l,.n. IVak .Vi r '
Cross Cut and Mill sVw.,'fo, sale hr
pi u u, ica. WHITE at LATTA.
WILLOW WAGONS AND BASKETS.
4Doi. French Willow Wagchi,
S do Common do do.
V do Gig Top Cabs
8 do Square and Round Cloth Baskets,
10 do Markot Baskets, open and cov'd
Willow Cradlos, die
Rocking Homo j and Wheol Barrow.
T... .1 ...I.- Ill 1 .... .
rui iiutus rius ana orass Mattv, by
April 89, 1854.
WHITE & LATTA.
AnvUs, Vices and UlucksmithSkUello-vva
Of Anvils, weighing from ICO to 223 pounds oach
olJ 15 Solid Boxed Vices, 1
12 pairs Blacksmith's Bellows,
Sledges, Hammers, Borax, Ac. for sale bv
April 29, ie54; WHITE dr. LATTA.
. ,. t'armins; lniploiuents.
rtfw Dot. Cast Steel Pol'd Hoes,
(wllai do 9, 3 and 4 Tine Steel Forks
SO do Grass and Grain Scythes,
0 do Wofloril' Grain Cradle.
30 do Scythe Snallio.
50 do Hay and Grain Rakea, -,
4 di) Bramble Scythe, die. choap by
April miejj. WHITE & LATTA.
FELLOES, SPOKES ANDirnsii
WE bavo now on hand, and which by our arrange
ments with the manufacturers, we can offer ut
tholrblll of prices with frleghl addod.
150 Sets Bent Fellow,
100 " Spokes,
1SS " Hubs,
"5 " Rent heat Shafts
100 " Buggy Bows.
ApnlS9,ie34. WHITE & LATTA
Tln.I-late,, Copper, Wire, oVc
t f Boxos 1C miil Y Tin f late.
U " Siiuaro and 1110 Pblo do w
1 111 il Copper
Sheet and Bar Zinc,
Mioet Iron and Wire,
Copper aud Iron Rivlls. hy
Aprll39 Ii54. WHITE & LATTA.
To Carriage and fSnggy makers.
SPRINpS and .Visits, Bnisi 11 Vf Silver Bands, Stivniji
Jnlnt and Ton Proiis.Kiiiim'd Prills. Duck und C an.
vass, Euaml'd anil Patent l.enther,all descriptions I lend
.mugs, muss auu niuiuiiuie icon, ete. A great variety
nfolhor goods In that line, to be hnd chenpnt the Great
ttaraware store or vv II 1 J IS At LATTA .
Lancaster, April SO, 1?34.
SEBASTOPOL JFST TAKEnT
THE subscribers have now got Ihelr New Flouring
Mill in full operation und will purchaso nil the
good wheat that they can g it, and pay the highest
market price In cash, at all limes when dellvured ut
their Mill. We w ill also do custom work for the far
mers when grists of 10 bushels and tipwiirds, every
ihiiig less we will give tiotir in exchnuiru. We wish to
dou homo trade and will deliver flour by Iho Barrel
lo .ivory part of the city free of drayage if the flour
does not prove good return Hie auinuiiud we w ill run
Uor satisfaction. SNYl'.EK & KF.N.VON.
Opposite, 0en. Ri hit's. Woolen Factory.
Lancaster. Ohio, af'uat 30, 1H3J -Htf
JEFFRIES, WOOD &"c6'.,
JEFFRIES, I'll TT At WOOD,
FORWABDIMi ft CI)3llllSSIl)Ji MKl'llANTS,
FLOUR, LIME, SALT AND P.IODUCE,
Wew Wnrchousc, Junction or Rail Ilond
nnd Hocking Valley Canul.
WE aro prepared lo handle Goods or nil descrip
tions ut the lowest possible rules and with the
lltmusl despatch, (mart Goods care of Jcjfries, Wood It
Co.. Lancaeter, Okie.) All Goods consigned to ua
shall receive prompt attention, A If for truiishipmout
will bo forwarded the qiilikesl and by the cheapest
possiblo mode. By strict attention to business wo
linpe to receive a nd merit the patronage ofths public.
February S2,1H5S. JEFFRIES, WOOD dt CO.
FAHMKHSrLOOK to yourTF.JCEST.
Wanted immediately, 60,000 bush. Com,
" 2D.0J0 " M'tieat,
For which we will pa) Ike kigkeet market pi ice in eas'k;
nAVING established ourselves In the produce bu
siuoss, Furuiursean at all times sell us ull kinds
of Grain for tho cash at tuiirkel prices. Another ob
ject, we can weigh your entire loud alone draught and
unload with half the lime of any ollior Whorehouse in
Lnucastcr. As ourpluii is entirely new. to till we I11
vileluvestlgntlirii JEFFRIES, WOOD dt CO.
Lancaster, Ferbrunry Si, 1H5J li
WE ARE ALSO AGENTS FOR THE
Peacock's Improved Steel Plow,
YVnrrroted rn nil respects ctjunl mid in
someSnperior to auy other now in use.
rrIIIS factory lint been In operation during llie last
I 33 years, but for the last few veara their atten
tion has been given particularly to Iho Improvement
ot the Steel Mold-Board Plow. Any amount of Mud
als, Diplomas cite., call be shown, but wo rolv more on
tue reports of termors from different Hurts of the
country, uherelliey hate bucn hi couiielitioii w Hh
other popular Plov,tlntti wo do on their boingjiidg
ed by sightor even a slight trial ul a fair.
A largo assortment of the different sjzosconstantly
on hand, w hich enn be seen at our warehouse or by ou
quiry at our Book Store 43 Main St., White's Block.
Every Plow told by us Is warranted.
Feb.Si, 1853. JEFFRIES, WOOD&Co.
K S T A II L I S II M E N T
O. H PERRY,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALER IN
Reber If Kuti'e Old Stand, Main S'.'ilancaiie'r, Okii.
RESPECTFULLY tollcltstlie attention of nil who
may want Groceries to hit new and large Stock
ou hand, embracing In purt.tliuf.rlloWinr articles!
JAVA AND IIIO COFFJEK
Young Hyson, Imp. Black and OunpowdorTiflAR:
Now Orleans, Crushed, Loaf and pulverized Sugar,
Golden and Sugar House Syrup, N. O. Molasses;
Klce, Orunget, Lemons, Flgt, Halslnt, Filberts
Sugar Cured TTAMS; Dried Beef, Bolonga Sausage,
Cheese and Spices;
Soapt, Dye Stuffs, Candles, Tub and Buckets;
Washboards, Brooms, ate, die.
ALSO A lino lot of ChewingTobacco, Smoking do
Bnrln n,t,l lTonili.t!,.' I.l...... V.ln. A
I feel assured that all who may favor me with a c'alY
will not go away dissatlsltud with uiy prices, even If
iney snoiuu nov oe iiiuuceu 10 ouy,
lus few days I will have LAKE FISH of all kinds.
N. B. COUNTRY PRODUCE taken In oxcliango for
Groceries. Lancaster, Juno 14, 1855 tit
TGRUBB having relumed toLanrai.erandlntond
, to remain permanently in this city, and haviugre
celveitlrll;Tnctlonsfroin an experienced Dentist front
the city of New York, and obtained t knowledgeoftlK
business. now respectfully lenders lilsprofeasionalser
vlceslo cillions of Lancaster and the public geucrally.
He Is prepared to perform all operation upon th
Teeth, tuch a Extracting, Pinging, Filling, regulating
theTecth,treatingspiingy or deceased Gum, destroy
ing Nervo, removing Tartar, etc.
ArllftcialTooth Inserted on Gold Plate from one to
full tet: also Artificial Crowns set on heulthy roots
without pain, ao a to antwer all the purpose of mat-
Every operation In Dentistry essential to preserve
and beautify the Teeth, and give them a healthy ac
tion, and Improve the breath, health Taste,perforined
on moderate terms. Ladles in the city or county, twill
b waited on at their respective placet of residence. If
It be requested. No charges made or examination' ot
consultation at hit offlce.
OFFICE On the Northeast corner of tha Public
Square, ono door from Main ttreet.
. Lancaster, SepUmbcr 88,131 ' . '
1RS HOUTJiAfl A NAGLK,
OCULISTS AND PHYSICIANS
Iseaaes of tha Longs, hav tnad arrange-
TEH, and adlolntaa town avarv s n.a k.u.r
7 "HM.-BonaiisaeBrni Wlllvlsll LANOAs
ter, for the purpose or Ireatlug Chronls dlsssa, and
aspeelally those of the Throat and Lang. Oar sys
tem of practice lu Long disease Is Ihe same la princi
ple a that practiced by Dr. Robert Hunter, of New
York City, Tit: by Mirncmi lasuivrioif. Our ive
tem of inhalation waa Introduced by th Bumpkii
Hospital, in London, and used bv the most eelebmul
.Phisli laiit lliero, with most gratifying resulu. Four
flfiut of the eases were successfully cured.
j nose resiuiug ai a aistance hy writing to a, aecar
rately describing their disease, cap be supplied with
th Inhaling aparalus, medlcluetsnd dlracilunssalieil
to their wants, sent by express. To satisfy tha publics
whore patroncge we aolicit, lhat wa are honest la oar
assertiopstid Intentions, we reflerthem to the follow
ing notices by the press aLadtne, where wa are kaown,
aud to numerous certificates heretofore published:
The oertlucateofoneof Dr. Wortman's patients ap
pears tu aumher column. Weare assured by a gen
tleman who I familiar with the esse, that It was a hope,
less 0110 apparently, but that th success of Dr. Worn
mau ha beeu complete, it I but Justice tu th FJvj
slcian thut rocoguiliou of bis merit should be Slide
jrpThii my cerllft- that 1 htve been eured bt n
halation, (at practised by Dr. Worlraan, of this city, of
an affection of my Throat and Lungs which wa consi
dered by my friend, aud numerous medical men with
whom I advisjd at hopelessly Incurable. . 1-make Hilt
staUnieiit with the hope of persuading others, who are
urdicled lu like tuniiiier, to "go and oe healed," be
Moving as I most drinly do, that the inhaling treajjnant
lithe only proper and effectual method of trusting
diseases of the Lunga and sir passagot. and that by It.
a cure is almost certain to be ctfootod.
L. 8. GRISWOLP,
Late pastor of Wellington Baptist Church.
Bellevue. July 2Hth, 18ia.
jrTDr. W. L. Wortman, as will be seen by an ad-
vurllseinont iu another column, has effected a copart
nership wllh Dr. I. E.Nagle, late of Philadelphia, a
gentleman possessed of much ability and t.mifl .1.
luinmonls. We have had the pleasure of looking over
the credential and recommendations of Dr. Nagle,
anil from the flattering manner In which he it spoken
of, cannot hesitate to present him to our citizens sad
the surrounding country, at a physician in whom tha
uiiiiuaicoiinueiicecan oe placed. l)r.W ortman Is for
tunate In having made this arrangement one that
will add frealilaurclno those already gained by Mm
In hit extonttve practice. Dr. Wortman't success lu
th treatment of affection of the lungs is unquestioned,
at many cortlflcatet of parsons whose statement can
bo roliod upon, will prove. Mirror.
Dr. Nagle will be at the Talmsdge House in Lancas
ter, ou Wednesday and Thursday, September 10th and
30th. At tho National House, Circlevllle on Friday
and Saturday; Septeinbor Slit and 22nd Inst.
Those afflicted with diseases of tha 1.1
Stomach. Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Scrofula, Flit,
General Debility, Lou of Appetite, afloetlon of tho
eye anu car, female uompiaints. Ulcers, Confirmed
Gouorbcca. are Invited to call' No charge for consul
tation. Charge reasonable In all rases.
DRS. WORTMAN dt NAGLE.
TTpOne of iho firm will alwava be found at tha
office, Jio. 84 Market Street, Sandusky.
ii..ni,.n.K.. a ,a
u,..viuwi v, nw jo
fiiEononri to no,
In Shffftr'e A'etj Block, between thai Tallmadge Itouii
and Skerffer'e Hotel, . -
HI -"jusiopenea a large ana oeaniiriii assort
53 I I mcnt of READY MADE CLOTHING, to
A gotherwilh as caolce selection of Clotks, Cassi
JlULmcres end Vcetinge. All of which has been select
ed with great care and wilh special reference to tha
wants ana tasti 01 tuts community.
Ills long experience in this branch of business, la a
stiro garanteo thai hit stock embrneos the choicest ami
oest variety, and his purchase has been mace upon such
terms that he can sell utllto LOWEST POSSIBLE PKI
The public are respectfully requested to call and ex
amino ni assortment. Ho haaou hand a general us
And Is at all times prepared to accommodate his old
friends, oither with an excellent artlclo of Heady mado
Clothing, or lo MANUFACTURE TO ORDER, out of
Ihe best material aud by most accomplished workmen,
any style of garments, FOR MEN AND BOYS, in tha
best and most fashionuble. planner. He is confident, la
this respect, that he can gve gnueraljintlsfnctlon.
Hit assortment embraces a gcaeral variety of
Llueu Coats, Vesting, Stispcrders'
Dress do Pantaloons, Hoslory,
Sack do Ornvnts, Undorshirts,
Cnrpet-bairs, together with all olUor articles usually
kept in a Gentleman's Furnishing Store, aud inuuufua
tured in the most fushlonable styles.
THE ASSORTMENT IS ENTIRELY NEW,' ...
It has been purchdaed of well-established houses In
the Enstom citios. and will be warranted, to be made of
good muterial and ii a. durable manner.
. He respectfully In'rltos his old customers and others
to call ul his new uslnblishmn.nl. where he will at all
times be ready to wait upon liiom with oood onAiis a f
Tin i.owr.sT rate. To test his promises, lie asks an
examination of his stock lu trado aud tue style and qual
ity of hU manufacture. T. TONG.
ltincastor, May 5, 1H54.
vi!oi..jA.Lt nV nrrjftL ncLaa is'
COPPER, TIN & SIIEET'iRCIV vVAJlE,
,vaia elrcet, nearly oppoeUe the latlmadge House.
IN take pleasure in culling the attention of his
stomers uud country merchants eonerallv. In
rgest stock of Copper, Tin and Sheet-lroa manu
facture ever brought to this market. Ho takesgruat
pains to keep constantly on hand a large variety of
overy thing Hint can, possibly be waMtod in Ills line, anil
Antic rs himself that from bis l'o'n'J experiec iu the'
Tin nnti Sheet-Iron (?aslrtesf
B'o. win be able to glee' full ' saltafartln'ii to all who may
favor him with their work. Having a practical knowl
edge of the buiinoss, his selections are inude with a
viuw todurubillty, style and cheapness.
Mniinftctured to Order,
lie nlso koeps in his employ some of the best work -men
that can be secured, and always having nn hand
the very best matorlul, Is enabled to manufacture tu.
order any thing and evry thing desirubla In his lino.
Inns good stylo and ou, us fair term as can aujwherw
5ij had, . r.
All kind of Stoves, 4ir,
Never in the history of Ijineaslor was there an eslab
Ushmow Uiat kopt on hand a larger and more complete
assort natures, of all kinds anrt varieties. He is
aiso prepared with a large number of Fire Grafs, anil.
fertile accommodation of bjs customers koeps ttursiinV
jaiiffl i"i) 01, j-ir price, iwupntnctujca exnruat
ly n itlta vivw to puttlug up Uratet.d c '. ' .
In fin", any and everything neeru4 Ui hltlliie can bo
secured by giving III in a cull. and. at prices as reason
able as ran be obtained in any ollior establishment ip)
the Stale. Inasmuch as his present stock Is grosll i
superlortolllsfori.ier 111 quantity, quality, varluty and
cheapness, lie feels confident that persons giving III m
a call will go away highly delighted and amply sail. noil
Ho also keeps constantly on hand
r 'If iissutt large Stock of Steel I'lotre,
TH -fJIMt ..rnrtiiro.
Lancaster, March 8, 1S55- 44
KPIllGEI Ac THOTTT,
AVE removed their Clothing Eslubllshmcnt
to the Tallmadre Block, tret door Fast .1
n nneo; i.aun e iiaraware store, wuure tneT are ope 11
ng a Inrge and extensive assortment of SPRING AM
SUMMER GOODS, und aro now luuliufacturil.r eierii
variety ot Spring and Summer Wear, which they w III
sell as low as the samo quullty of goods uud word cau
be purchased at any olher.utitbllsliment In the city
iuii iiuiirui; is iiiuiiiuuc.titcu uiiaeriueir own super
vision, nml Is cniiscqiiently superior to that which i
bjouglit from other places. They have also on hand, a
beautiful corietn of Cloths, Caesimeres, Feetinge ,c,
which thoyarc prepared to uiaiiiifuctue to ordor. They
have In Iheiremploy the best of workmen and are at
all times prepared to make the bust 111 In tha late.t
styles. Alltkeirwtrk will be warranted..
1 ho public are respectfully solicited to calland ex
amine theirstnek, and wbllo .thankful for the liberal
patronage they have enjoyed, they assure their old cus
tomers and all others that thoy will labor lo give gen
orul satisfaction both lu the njiRlltv and price of tliT
goods and work. SPRINGER dt TROUT
Loucrstei .Apr'.l'j, 1S54
FURNITURE WARE ROOMS.
V. K. FISH EL.
HAVING returned to the city and erected a large
building iu the roar of the brick house, on the
corner of Broad and Ckeennt Streets, a sinere Seal
of tke Market Jiouee, Intend manufacturing upon a
large i uiy itii tut, various article
of Cuuliict Furniture, Bedsteadsl
uud Chairs. Which ho will keopl
ulwuvson hand, tuiretliur wllh afl
large assortment of Cincinnati manufacture. Hit long
experience in tho' bhslnest will enable him to have
manufactured at homo and Imported from abroad tha
very best of work, and us he intends to employ none
but the most skillful workmen and use the best mate
rials, ho flatters himself that he wiil give general sa
tisfaction to all who may favor him with their custom.
The public are invited to call and examine the as-
sortment. The entrance to Iho rooms Is upon 'Broad
Street. D. K. F1SHEU
N. n. Repairing done on the shortest notice, and la
the neatest and most workmanlike manner. Charge
teatotiablo. Lancaster, May 20.
UNIVERSITY FA MILT HEMEdYtS."
JSSUEDundor the scsl, sanction and autiforltrof.
. the University or FREE MEDICINE and Popular,
howlodge. Chartered by the State of Pennsylvania,"
April 20. 1H53, wllha capital of 100,000 mainly for the .
Purpose of arresting the evils of SPURIOUS NOS-.
RUMS, also for supplying tha community wllll rollsN,
ble remodies wherever a competent physician cannot
or will not be employed, have purchased from Dr..
JOHN H. ROWAND, his celebrated Uowanll4
Tonic Mixture, known, for Iwenty-flve years a
tlio only sure and safe cure for FEVER and AGUE
etc., and his Inestimable remedy for BOWEL COM
PLIN IS, Kowsnds's compound Syrup of Blackberry
Root, which highly approved and popular Remedies,
togcthor with tho University's Remedy for complaint
of the Lungs. Tho Hnyrslty't Remedy for Dyspep
sia or Indigestion. The University's Remedy for Cog-.
tive Bowels. Also the University's Almanac may ua.
hud at the Branch Dispensary, or Store of
8. HKKKY, Bremen, Fairfield County, O.
B. CONNELL, City Book Store, Lancaster.
Mny31,1855 lStuS M.Z. KREIDER.
I hi No
i; Bisk, at
HE subscriber has removed his ettabtlthmenttnto
ewHoomtJyVrUSia.Afaln stntrl.Mtr Zi-
and has fitted them up In a ttyleT unsurpassed
tnttrt, Weil. He hopes that the publlo will appreciate
his efforts to please and extend to him a liberal patron
age. Every thing has been done that aonld be ion lay
ensure aueceatlnevery department of the art. and hlg
plrtureicanuot be surpassed. V.M.GRISWOLD.
N. B.Perton wishing to learn th artwlllhavegro
facllltiesfordolng to hero.
Hours from 9 o'clock A.M.untllSa'clockP.M. .
LtnrthtUr,MoTnilitrlS. iea W -