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.CITY OF LA.ECASTEE.
Yavarsslay Morning. Jalyl. 1S3S
JF"Our piper this wek U filled willi
fourth of July Omtioni. Mr. TIimiuh'i,
delivered at lie Reform Farm, aboaodi in
good eoose, and is well adapted (o the
place and ocoa!on. ' 3ob's and Smnta't
are very creditable, considering they are
but farmer boya, juBt. from tie rlow han
dles. We hope tbat our young and oU
friends, when reading 'hem, may re
member that the Union and the Constitu
tion of the United States are the grand
palladium of our liberties, and that lo main
tain and defend them, is not only our priv
ilcge but our duty. In Tain may we ex
pact to transmit to fattue gunerationl the
blessings we have inherited from the sages
of the Revolution, unless we male dil i
gence our leader, reason our advisor, and
inlogrity our right hand man. .
3fThe followioff are the nominations
made by - the Republican Convention,
whiob convened at Columbus on the I3l1j
'For Supreme Judge.V.V.Pe&.of Baloto
Co.; For Board if Public Works, Mr, Mar-
tin. of -Butler Co.;, for Comptroller, W. B,
Thrsll, of Franklin Co.; for Attorney Gen
eral, Mr. Wolcott; the present incumbent,
Judge Peck is tV. man of our choice. Mr,
' Martin we do not know, but wo aro sitis
fied with any man that oould beat Egles
ton. whose temerity wss the esuse of beat
ing one of the best men in Ohio last fall,
we moan Jacob Blickensderfer.) W. B.
Thrall is a very clever man, to whome we
liavo but one ohjootion, and that is bis sltra
Hard Times.' Such is the salutation of
those wbo desire to make a living by the
toil and sweat of the masses; but just look
at the progress of things in our city, and
you will see more improvement, more ac
tion rnntu flnercv than has marked our
place for years gone by. See Mrs. 8,
Grkenk's improvement upon the corner of
Main and Broal way; some six . splendid
business rooms springing up like magic..
See also Messrs. Sifforp dt Sturgeon
upon the same lilook, laying tho fountla
tion for a splendid business house one of
the finest in the West. Mount the hill
nr the south Union SobooMiouso and
take a view of the most niagnifioent scene
rv the eye ever beho'd. There you may
look down upon soma fifty cottages in pro
gress of completion that have - sprung up
like mushroons, within the last twelve
months; add to these the Starch Faotory.
the Machine shops, the Depot, and last
though , not least, the Woolen Factory,
where Messrs. Bickfoud fc Davis apa turn
ing cut woolen goods of every variety,
chcaoer and bettaJhan can bo found east
of the mountains. Talk about hard times!
the times are lust right to develope the en
ergy and okill of all who desin to live by
honest industry and prudent economy
Tub Atlaxtio MovTau bti beta reg
ularly received and briefly eelieed hy ts.
We ire authoriiod to say to our tubioribers
by asndin; np their names and address to
ut, or clubbing among themselves, they
eta have the Uagnine at 92 per annum
payable in advance. This is aa inusaslly
low price for a first-rate Journal, and we
think we laiard nothing in saying tbat the
Atlarilio Monthly i second to no periodical
in the Limte j fctaloa. riutupa, SaxW-
& Co., Publi-heia, Boston.
Societv. tiroDle considered. binr a vol-
antary association, may bo dieolvea by the
mutbal conaeal of the individuals eoinpoi-
iai it at any time: or. it become abrejetol
when, either lamv-aaaii, or me o.i'y,
fails Jo fulfill ther part of 'he cornptct. at
the mutual obligations assumad ia iu for
mation, are no longer blading oa either
nartv. But civil aouiety, wliiek contem
plates all the machinery of government;
and involves the sooial, moral, sou reliicm.
as well as the phya'cal well lcini of tho
For the UteuUi Jautle.
EDUCATION, NO. 2.
"To educate children wtU. Is oat ( lb saoet impor
tant duties of Parents and Guardians."
In numhei one were civen the views of
several classes of persona concerning the
mport ot the word, education. Plow, let
it he observed that all these classes agree
as to the meaning or idea of the word, but
differ merely in the amount of book-knowi
edge iney would have the pupil memorise,
previous to conferring upon him the title
'scholar." Tbat is to say, while one
class would require thp pupil to ''go
through" four books, the second would re
quire seven and the third ten, and so on
with peijiaps the advantages ol a mgiier
course of instruction. Thus it will be ob
served that the prevailing opinion of the
classes noticed is, that education consists
aotwar the eads Uf which tLey were ' lav
stitute 1,'vif : the) grawt amfUnt ofkte
ptaeae. an 1 ganeril prosperity, to tho grait-
rst number. F-r the ral qoetlioa of civil
liberty, after all, is not a muh ia forms
f, govermfient, aaia the Correct establiih-
ment, and Inviolable ohwhum, oi the
limits, artl obligations' of iodiviJua!, end
society. Without thifj.tyrabny end opprtts
ion are sure to eriit, let the form of gov
ernment of be what it may.
we, of the Kutud ihtnk our
coversmrot tb lest in lie worM. Ti-
rice of m inkini, is an iaa'.iiti'ton of Od isuj-rti ol Great S.'itlan, havdthe tarte
bimiclf: and impescs obligations which,
are enduring, and remain upon the parl:i.
afier the other psity may hare violstoJ its
part of the eontracl. Became, man owes
obligations to Qod, as well as to mm, and
should lb) contrcti entered into by man
n his part, in ihe formation of Govern-,
ment.be by bim violated, the obligations
to God, would r main unchanged. It fol
lows therefore, that civil government, esn
nit bo dinolved, without tho abrogation of
those l)irer duties, which would be, tode-
strov the foundations of civilisation. Of
such, are Ilia institution of marriage, which
is of Go I. The rela'ion of parents, to
their ofTjprinz. of offering to parente, &j.
These oblienlions are of diviie anthority,
and remafu fo.- life, thouph the form ot
government under which lhy commi-nd,
miv have ceased to exist, so, of all other
divine requirements: such, ai those taught
in committing to memory the contents of by the biviowr: the 'doing io otners, as
that ihn nnnil mav mont we would thev should do to us,' rendering
in the catalogue of atudy. The tyro,- era- good lor evil."foding tho hungry, clothing
braolnjr the same idea, begins the task of me naaea, omuing up m nuu..u.
nnnnin,. Ik. int IhMai lti nnu. I WHTSldfl mifl . 8DaaklO nO OVli Ol OUT
y s .... . -i- ,,. ' . - , ., ,
tions and answers, as he tinds them in the neignoor. rina-iy, oy n imp.. wmVj
book orbis course, and, parrot-like, is led ance with tho requirements of the ten com
on bv the teacher to the termination of his mandments of the decaloue. Tlieso ob
oriifliao ariAiit as tactitntat ff ran n fr I rvi i . liaationa will remain in force, no matter
uv kaiAt vu a nuvi(s no uoi(Hia ui ii'iii i ii i v u 1 1 - i , t .
lion, or the true idea of education as when "bat the stato ol civil government may De,
be commenced. And. indeed, what other They are the foundations of all govern-
rARlllt lin hn TniP.tAft? Vh0n WA nnn. I ment.
eiAr .,o.vrt ,mM nt lima atlnwnt. ti n The rorecomir. are the .luniameniai Dis
student to coraplftn his education, and the i. upon which all governments must be
rrront amrnnk f lahnr In tin dnnp nra aha OrsraniZSd. 10 answer ilia eiius, tor wniuu
thv are designed: to meet the wants of
UVfc aj V BUIUIICOU HI"' " I'lUOUVi ty 1 J C7
tho trround without diaostinflr the nrinoi- man, and to rceivo the sanction ol ttie
to. r wi.i.i, i,a..H olAmoniorv most hiiih. Societv.estabhsbed without era
mill, a r.irmn n ami rues' hut wa a h oraoinz inesn uriiiu yi, vim
rnthor tin BiirnrUnrt lli.it hn liaa wnrrie.t n. of them, n IHt 1)9 attended Willi mutual
. ' . .. n 11 a;.,;
ver the ground stall. AnJ with all this misery 10 mi pirus. n .. ui,.u
wo settia the matter in our own minds that nispieasure. uui ui mi um o. ul
our children our youth are ducaled. As y which christian society is iieKnogeuier,
Paronla anH loaohPia w disfiovwr nn r. linu maaa nonurnuu-, 1110 iu-.in..a vu-
rn Si llia tpaininrrnf tlia vnnnrr mor on.1 tmCt. ig of the fint i.TOpottaCoe. The .in
. v. ... . ... 1 " '- 1 . i,t. .
ln,i; m,.Tin fpnm nnr Rimlninm n,l nulmet,t of this obligation, vouiaonngin
colleges. AV wilneas them returning from j1' fain. ueh a succession of destroying
tho alma maler as finished scholars, vooif- inuuenoea.as 10 hih.i.. n ...j, .
.ralir.. (Iianpnnnainnnanf rjnmlr a,kil- of civiliz it'lOn. TIlO eVilt of EUcIl 8 COUrSe
w,-,.., r--r- - - . . . nmo.;n
I .or ava nn.hh In ,1111a llio .InKn linn r 1 UiH IOO lUltllV, lunuiiinii i.iiu.u...,
ti J m t w Ull u ivxiyii iuu UVUIIIUUII r 1 1 f ll 1 al
- - .m;j ;-. our br et SDace. tnev wm suffffesi. inm-
r.. ' : : n, ,i : . .r ri vrr. in vrr v mcuv " " ..
uuuj t iru or vosiir, itau ye. lifuorniiij ui " - .... c i
the construction and beauties of their own wll woul11 ,!"0T the, ooimon oi it is
inin,,A' nraiinrr ohnut nil ; .r .n,i cred obligation, would Id the croatest ene
Chemistr'y; and at the sirne time miserably my to civilized society, and, should receive
hznorantof the most common phenomena the contempt lie deserved, and banishment.
opinion of their;ao 1 tha h.a,im, doubt
lea th sne: but the Dimocraiio form,
bv'mi the ru st ration 1, and proper, for
enlightened imn; an J the one to which be
is ultimately lending, as he becomes fi'el
for it, bv the improvement of bis moral.
end social condition; so will he adopt it,
and drop the hereditary forms, as be be
comes fitted for self government.
I have sttd, that we, the ps pie of U
United States, think our government the
best in tne world. It i. and if we poss
the req'iune amount ot virtue, and in'e.'i
genes or if we can acquire them; our gov
rnment will be perpetuated: if not, it will
fall, sooner or later, la ibis oonectioo,
we remark, that a nation, having determin
ed toalopt the republican form of trovers
ment, which implies, that the people are
the sovereigns, and the fouoUio from
which spring, al! tho power, bring them
selves under obligations, to educate tbeir
chilJren, intellectually, aocially, and mor
ally, in a sufficient manner to fit them for
self government. For without these edu
cational qualifications, a govarnment can
not Ion? exist. But wheYr each -eoemW
lias, after fully undeistanding himself, and
aftet bein properly qualified as above,
otbor discovery, or be eraia diaappoiaWd.
I will leave off IU Fopali ' and oo!y irtga
To Dawraor Cooaioicjiss. A wrlur
in lbs horticulturist gives th following
mode of deatroyiof this pestiferous Insect,
and the editor says be Lia tried it, nd
found it effect nal:
Add about a farsapoonful of pofderad
arsenic to about a labVspoooful of maah
ed boiled potatoes: and mil them well
together, sod than crumble about a third
of it, every night at bed tiro, ebost the
kitchen hearth. The cockroach is vtry
fond of potatoes, aid by moroinj all will
be eaten up, and ILcy ciawi into their Loirs
ooiaierko watKLV av jois troat.
wmmLmLM a arvu eaMaa. -
J. it a
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Pain Artvaelt VJ
On the 6th day of July. 1858. by Al
fred McVeiib. Etq.. Dr.WuuaM H. Kiso
and Mirs Faxsis Uxist, all of this City.
QROTES A BAIEB'9
FAMILY 3SWI5 MACHIE3,
49& BROAWAY. NEW YORK,
irTTtiata Vaebtoat t ao11r adiatr.ad to bt
thabattln dh tin tmWi rtaainr. in-line t nw.
pnt, a4'.MU'.eh. eblca will JtoTrip. to If
Terr romrla tuck cat. GUtalax. aaat es apiiilu,
T. W. TALlXArrTT. fM.
Jalj 15,l3all UtfMUt.Otat.
'WWTS hare add. 4 to enp farce (lock or CHINA,
WW OI.A3, vKOUIkLKT . 410., Cais)lU
JalTlS,165S3ll Cuette. ColamUui.Ohto.
PENDANTS, A-., drs.
voluntarilr compacted with the society, to oftheuwitaattonu. and nieb are offered at erj
-u i. ui .11 .ui;,f.-in...ii lowprle. Caliana
self government will become easy ;snd each
membar will have to make but few tacri
Gcea, because all will derive pleasure, and
enjoyment, in reoipronating favors, with
his fellow mm. And thu obligation to
educate the chilJren, who are to be the
future controllers of eoviety, becomes a le
gitimate subinct of legist tion, sod may be
onforjeil by the societp. It will be one of
lis special prerogatives, to lax the property
of the whoU society, wlmther tbey may
have children to educate or not, for the
purpose of creating a general fund, for ll
equ.il benefit of all. The reasons for this
taxation, are too obvious to require expla
around t' em; gnzinsj at the stars, an I re
hearsing the legends of their names and lo
cation, while they have the most limited
and imperfect knowledge of the laws that
goveuj the plannets; and in short, claiming
from all participation in the benifits of
The original right ol every man, to no-
come a memoer ol society, is granted, ami
no one can be excluded from its benefits,
to be educated men and women ready to who ia willing to comply w;tu the require-
R'op upon the theaterof life, while to them, me',t3 wl'oh, it has a right to make. And
the questions, What are the objects of w,,il9 he continues to do this, the sociuty
lif? wlt rpsnnnsibilitina reat nnnr. vn cannot puss any law, to banish lnm from
t cr.,.ii m a k.ti... t n ...;. its nriviWes: That is, while he violates
- . . 7 ' 7 . ' . -p.l !-l
in the-educniion of the youth of our coun
try, and in L'uardioz and preserving our
ri-lisious and literary institutions, aro per-
leotly meaningless-. And shall we, as in
telligent citizens still .continue in these
Slmll we suppose that such training aa
this, answers the Ok import of education?
none, of the social laws, which God has
appointed. For legislative bodies cannot
enact laws which, woull abridge the con
science of individuals, or in any way, pro-
vont their social, and religiom freedom ot
ivtion, while they do not infringe the
righia of ot era. In fact, nothing short of
a violation of the legitimate requirements
Strayed or Stolen
TTIBoW th Paetare or JOSHUA PEt-
JC LBKS.eear Orecoetid. on Wl
Butd.y th7th or Juij. Soa Sarrel
Hera", ball Neid. three vbUe feet.
boot sriaeo hand, high, ai d Ml right
era bin more wim.lh.n the left. Any
pemon relurnlaff eatd lioracto tteta,
.erlbap. or al.lEir tnrorraalioa where he
eaa be flniad, shall be liberally reward.
Jet j IS, 1953 Strtl LlTlng near Qrecseaatle.
CHOICE OF GIFTS!
""EltRAFTP.R rrj parchuer bofore pardijluj
hl.bnoki ha.tilf ova
CHOICE OP GIFTS
CHOICE OP GIFTS
C HolC'K OP GIPT
CHOICB OP 0IFT9
CHOiCB OP GIFTS
CHOICE OP OIFTS
CHOICE OP GIFTS
CH01CK OF GIFTS
GREAT AMEkiCA GIFT BOOK HOCSR
No SOT BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
where the cITie. contlnlne of JEV. K.LKY. A'.. A5D
VARYI0 IN VAI.L'tt FROM 75 CEN1i TO TWO
HUNDRED DOLLARS, are alw.rj on EXHIBITION.
IN AMPLE SHo w CASES. Our New IolptW
alalogae, oonutnlm a larfe Ttr'elT or Ron. Id
OTerr duptrtment or Science and Llb-ratare, (all ef
whk-h are .old al rerular publlihrr'a prlreij and rx
plaining OCX KK VV AN 0 OKIOINA L PTSTKM of.l
lown eirerj purchner HIS OWN CHOICE OP
0IFT. and aetllce rrth oiicqoftlled Inducement, to
AUtJN is, will oe pnt, poit paia.m ane Inainaoal
Aioreu, .'. ka..i tl.icfni.
l.qiiu No.mS BroaUeaj, Nee York
Joljr P, lHi-C
A. 8- DOANB GEO. ADAMS
Sad Affair -We learn that a young mnn
nd n boy of some 14 yenrs of o;a got into
nn Bltercation at the Hon. T. Lwiso s on
Sunday jast, the boy (being notoriously a
bad boy) took his shoe snd Btruek the
young man upon the temple, from which
he died on Sunday night.
The bey is an orphan and by the -kindness
of Mr. Ewino has been allowed lo
make his house his home. We hope this
unfortunate occurrence may serare as a war
ning to the multitude of bid boyswpon our
streets who ere constantly polling each
other with clubs and stones. Would it not
be well for parente to tako lesson and
leach their children to be decorous aipon
'the streets and more attentive at home?
IUilroad Exccksiok. -On Saturday
next, (17th) will come off one of the
grandest pleasure Excursions ever known
in this region. A mammoth train will leave
Morrow iu the morning, sweeping through
the country frem tbat place to Lancaster,
gathering up the beautiful and. tasty,, and
brinrrinr; them to our city, where we hope
to have a clorious time ffenerally, and fnn
alive particularly. See bills.
What Is life, when wanting- monay ?
A constant iceno of toil and trouble;
Money mnkeaeaoh folly laugh, ,
And, at last I. but a bubblo;
Health, aud peace, when Browned wllU. loyo,
Make home, an Eden full of bliss,
.And he that hopes forjors above,
Muit make of life, t)io beat of this.
Do we conclude to cram tho mind of the . tne so0,elv. wou,a Jus "7 1118 ?'
ci,lunf .vttt. . r. ..,.. r .!!:, lhe irovernment may aiopi sucn mcasur-
ia preferable to giving him the elements of M' RS,8,,r11 adeluale Punish' vio,atioc8 of
thought; that to give him theAvy of knowl
edgo is better than the knowledge itself; or
that to torture the mind with abstract as
9ertt ns, and a medley of rules wiihout
principles is more desirable than to draw
out the mind in every direction, and to edu
ueate the matt to a cense of all the duties
around him. ADONIS.
Porthe Lancaster Gaiotlo
Editors Lancaster Gazette Gentle-
As error In human conduct, is difficult
entirely to prevent, w have witnessed oft
en an abmo of authority, in the lorina'ion
of governments, in attempting to fisme
them in accordance with (ioils requirements
by making religious belief and conduct,
subjects of legal enactment: even, to the
imnielting of physical mishment, end
banishment from the privllegos of snciety,
of those, who differed from the esixblisli-
ar Water or Adorn' t All. tho true
beverage the powerful tonic stimulant
and renovator of the human family. We
clip the annexed from the Ohio State Jour
nal, and publish, for the benefit of afflicted
Da. Shepukbd's Water Cure. We do
not praotiue or believe in commending ev
ery new thin? m the woild, but when we
know that a thing is good, which others
do not know, we believe in extending this
knowledge; especially is .bis the case in
i jegard to an object that has for its aim the
health of community,
i We wish in this connection, to call at.
i tention to the Water Cure establishment in
'our vicinity. It is a genuine health ec-
tabl shment, conducted upon physiological
principles is not, and the Doctor sayg
- nover shall be, prostituted to a fashionable
water cure or summer cesort. He has had
email patients wbo had not worked, in
periods ranging from a few months to ten
rears, and cured them; not exceptional ca-
sos, but many such, anJ from the fact of
receiving none but females, the physician s
experii nee, opinion and treatment ouijht to
be 6uporior. We command Dr. Shepherd
and bis Institution to the publio as 11 it
pretends to be, and invite those who bare
failed to regain health through other sour
ces of medical treatment, to try him. They
peed fear no imposition. Q. S. Journal.
men: In perusin? vour paper or last weok, ed rules of faith, and practice. Tins is,
noticed a commuicnlion signed "ONE evidently, a great violation of Qodslaw;
WHO KNOWS, in whiuhhe has attempt- ahd not at all in accordance with his plans,
ed to show, that I through iurnoranoe or as civen to man, both in his revealed word
othf-rwise have cheated the taxpayers of and the light of naturo. Tho history of
FniiBeld county out of 8600 hut in hU ex- the Puiitans, and the Roman church, are
tieme antioty to do mo wronir, ha has txamples, of this euclcsiastical rule, But
shown that, by mr statement I leave Ml the as every man must render an account of
T tfb.rrt .n A .1 ,. v? i I! f '.. - i.l. ; . .1 .
iirnvury ioj,iu,i more, man lie in nis nimscti; ana as ins religious i nm is iuu re
lanorea correction, so that if there be any i suit of evidence received, and acted upon
eror, it ie not mada against the Taxpayers by Ii is own reason and ju Igement; ami as
hut against the officers of the Coonty Whom his belief, one way or the other, cannot af
he attempts to slander. feet the rights of others, so ia it obvioof,
Now sir, all I have to say is, that the that it cannot be a snhiect for legislation;
poor, miserable, obscure pnppy who was and oannot be effected 'hereby. And none
ashamed to sign his name to his dirtv but an unwise-, and ungodly government,
slang, is so lar beneath my notice that I will attempt to controle, or circumscribe
will not deign luvtlier to notice or refute a the conscience, or faith, of its suntccis, in
single charge he has or may make. raatteis Derti.tninar to religion, so long, as
In conclusion, 1 invite any honorable they do no not inter ere with the public in
Gentleman who is a goo I accountant, to he rest, or individiitl rights, while it ii, on
come to my office aad examine my books, the other hand, an i prions obligation,
And it will give me great pleasure, at any resting upon all governments, to guaran
time, to show my books to such an one, tee to religion, such public, and private
and I wil take great pleasure in aiding anv Detection, as shall allow every one of its
Gentleman to make any investigation he subjects, to worship, under his own vine,
may desire touching my official aits. and fi tree, without tear or molestation.
Yours Respectfully, A. J. Dildioe. And to promote, ty every facility 'within
' ' its power, the growth of thoi' public, and
a 3EMOUS aktmr.o. letter irora a private virtues, without which, no govern
Nanles corresDondent to a Dromicent Euro- ment, can long exist, however well admin
pean journal savs: i,ere;l in other resPe5ts: and 'for the want
. " lit, Af which, patriotism would soon die out,
, . -' ir ... and anarchy prevail
hara latpltf in Ans nl tha rtrlnmnlA ramiliua ' 1
of the city. Tbe Marchess Castellucio It is not legitimate to our purpose to
took her three children, of whom the dwell, at any great length, upon the diffei
.ivna.it io .n.pflale -irrlit ti id. J7tPn. ence in forms of government, or to endeav-
tineTherter. to see Alneri'e tragedy of or to point out, the peculiar advantagi-s of
n,..'.a .n,t ni.t.rm.. m.rt . . one over others. It should be conoeeded
... MW F. .V. .., .UW M...V w, ML. v I f f
impression on them. The next day. to a- 7 " .I0"n 01 Rovernmeqi
muse themselves, the children imitated the 9 th?!' W.hich' V be8t!'4P:ea I?
last scene: the eldest boy. takine a kitchen moral, intellectual conuiuoii. oi in
bnifa a. . r.nif.naprl nl.,nu,i it in i,ia .ia. people to be governed. people unen
ter's throat, and inflicted so serious a lightened. andjmongst whom passion, and
wound that she died in a few minutes.-, sensuality governed, with but little, or
He then wounded his younger brother feeb,e morRl "jstioot, who hoiM attempt
dangerously, andaflerwards plunged the 10 08 governerj oy a ooae, wue.em mora.
knife into bis own breast, near tbe heart,
For tho Laocator Gazette.
Ma. EoiTon; Yourcorre?pondent, who
over the signature of Common Sense, re-
nlies to Vox PoduIi. is evidently one ot
those who hoheve that mere is sometning
in a name;" for no sooner does he s o the
words Vox Populi attached to a communi
cation than he imagines that the unitsd
voices of "the sovereign people of the
enril." are rindinT in his ear", and he is
startled by the ominous sound! He reads
under the awful impression, that conven
tions have been held and petitions signed,
and that some mighty genius has been elio
sen their reoresenlative to give formal ut
terance to their thought! and wishes!!
But aa he reads, he is wonderfully amazed
to find that the writer is nothing more nor
less than a single individual, a fellow citir
zen. a common "larmanl IIow won
derful tho discovery, and what convincing
evidence this, of "Common Bense!! it
is roally strange, that arttr his eyes were
open to the truth, he should have given
the matter lb least attention, and tne more
so because his "eomraor. sense" was so
much "porplexexed to discovr even the
drift cf the voice of the people." But,
groat minds as well as small, will some-
limes forget themselves and be guilty of
very glowing inconsistencies; arid thus has
he noticed with nearly a wnoie column,
what be elegantly talis "the squoakingoi
an invited layman." But, when however,
he condescends to notice the "aqueau,
we might nt least, (if trere i so much in
a name) expect something 'o correspond
with his signa'uro, viz: a Kttle "comrron
sense." We might for ins'nnce expect,
that instead of making Vox Populi com
plain of "distressing death of knowledge in
certain clergymen," he wonld . leave the
complaint in the note of "your fellow
Citizen," ichert aloue.it mi mod, and we
might expect, that he cowif find in said
no:o something more than merely, as bo
says, thesdggestioi that "poaeibly the cler-
gy might understand theology better than m?n ,.VKStn
thfl sciences of health; for it that Was all, V,low.nilsnlilsncon In.ullmentl.
jr. .. J ale
Cc'.fc.l Are: t .aneble.eoienli,4 m'.il'AH liX
ir-rte4ratlic $Mefr ace.le.
C4iiM. He.lT)!I eAJAie. Tsile t6e.
Fioiriroc better tth a re-Urate heiedmanlne
e Unite .tn-wt e. There le a. a Mr epeenuure
eaTHrj; i.t.tfro IU V H r
WLteereeen In falrdemaeid tW prt at Wt
terprlras; eale.at M in t I.
rym eirvi aisaee eecia.
.fUy dafl t VKi enta.
Cere a .hade i.-wi-il aaUe atffTU to rt4f -
CMUSrmar for Suie sr.4 W.m et sjea eeia.
Wl t.V Iran: 1 atetKSWlaaM..
Pork lover end lanr. acute, sale tSSl JT for
Sheaa, an4 US tarp-mie.
FLOt'R Te- lebsTlintneanorteera.w) eaeef
IrtCiO b' i. weetern etr. ai SX ovu, enplane el
4 X EetraetS MtjliWut Ratrs faosur ft
a ua . m . ri f. nr l,,t, ail Urfmt, OP.
Wh.it Tne reciipta are fmoli. t fie ere '.fipio
f ,r the dOTDinil: of red t VI US or orilin.ry
anarwiaie. snt I. foe .Mia. Rre IssteeJr st
artAtc for MocUiem aai Fennyetlrtnia. Core Ii
eeriie and In fooe demand. Oat bare fallre nff scA
prlee. are lower, sale of li.leeare at uc,a4 i'ebn.
WhUVv ie trm, sales of TWtUie Peats ittlc, aaJ
IMi.tlSc. . . , . ,
In 0erlenn'1 Ptufr' tT.i-iUtat UU eotn(
150 htU Mee. Pork Sold at S'.T1T w.
Bt.TiiiO'. JelT 13. tSJS
Tk n.rict la art: re .rl ste.tlf. MAt
Stia-Jf etrerirred.a4 II i tt wLUe.
liofn o,eii si t:i,.it If yeuw ,li. .
CINCINNATI MARKET." "
Floor Tie mr-liMlsltriB. with l!iritreetpU ana a
fdlr XvMi demsal. Dales at (3 7Ma4 lof .ipertue end
Wfcl.tr Themf.rVeterjttneeeUnn with a awj it-
nine. S-,lae.USl.Uln store, and from erafbU
Prorlrlon. We near of no ..1.1 aof.r. n4 the nur-
Vet meetbeeillel 1ell. Alter our report Tc.i.ra,
M bh t.. Baeoa SMe. t-M si 9ft and M.COO ilx, be
Oratn WheatlsqataV.wtl'i Hxht cfierlnes, anJfe
barer.. Price, are otchstrerl. C'irn 1. In oi do-
mii m are. kt. rertisin. eiaaT acx. , mrtwDiiN
fir nrltne Hsrl-r. ci SiObuir.l. .dslJ0e. A uu.
nf eibiidi tr.frlnr t Ve. OaU ere a-m .t Mo.
Batter The ir.sr-.!i dU. and prless tjroop'.nfj
7e q .ore lo.ive. e.ltif ranee tor prime.
ifZ ileUl&ad u 7a7X coau.and srs dal.
KEW ORLEANS MARKET.
-law Oai.aAM.Jai. IS. liC.
Cfl V.o TLs tVtmer'see.s hid L etfect on It
market; sale, of iuuO bftla..
SnMreliied bnoT.at drsr.eed Jt.
Tnliani-n tflr.all .tnadv.
FlourrUxtd 1th in aJrtc.cli tecter.cT: uln Bt
C'l.-n clem J w!ti SB s Tn-.etr.f unlencj at T3Z 5.
rrUi.ra tlMsJ rerjdsllsid bcarf
I ky tic la a fer Xiasts s Tr
Leaee4 Heart, P.aiaU lmclsua, e4 aJt
V'e'tae Treabt, Pireale i,iae.ae, . ,.
WAT be (wa.nU -) la tAC rTI,'-te Ttf..- -1t
M tl-Oh Motr.iWi-.K1aa4l.-L,a4ai
l,it uHr7 aMwUiir 4e seiaie e'e
ilr. Iti tr.a.. kor.a tb-liMaa KeUier.
ttonal and .klioe.,bbtr.l ait I ewii.ti'" eeuA
oent.C.u-Un.aa. . A
.lj' lui.s araellral e mf mi. m-wr-
eWratlo. la u,e H.i ruJi ef let a4 le -e-.ale
rncu...v,nlilf wile liutroetittMfreai ke ef
tne aaoet .minent PrjOesuret Motioioea . irf
la tbts eeeiitr and Itetre. all immK
t.t.nn-nd.reetiresai.eswaueeite aMaae SMV tr.
eiifi a ri.
Tberreat vr?ln the testyteirtW alt betnM aaia- '
dlee.levireiatth.dlteruie lee street aiaiiaMr.
Bedtetaee are oOibi1 hj ttu e,u.a epM iM
,q'4inre reiiirf. u-.i, it me impoKam raaa wrmu
blr luhalailoe sad Catb.ierUa are eeee4. If
Swmacb Is eteeMeA veUk. Bedidbes directly tort
the domacfc! IfUieLeie aredleeaeed. Weataeeeee).
kale mo4'tlA4 air. dlreetlr iete Ua. Ike
enn wbr t on.ampUon and 0..eaeee vlibe Ckaste.e
beremfnre reillted tli treaiaiewt, k.S (m be wee
ihee kt.e aot b-en .rpmarkrAle sdtre eear.
ir7Jarenne afflicted Willi Ckeel (iiNmila,l tea)
d.!t kartnt Arop.r rcnedlee asee en It IS to. IM4.
Titis Is s f.iai auttake sad skguid e well enkwdetwd.
ryNo Charge for Copaplut1onluESr
Dr. WIm but t caealMl throek rWr Fe. tH.
Ca)tos,bblo. Itkcaster, JnBSwS.lriB tq
CHANGE OF TIME.
ClnelBoa'ir. srilialffea taaerrlXU
ttfritt frtit tt JUiMtH'
....... W M q
to limine we
Wejlitnaioo . . . .
t.sesnue, snr-.re..M UM
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Urrlm.. I Mf H
KE3UI.AU MEETINGS r
Lancaster lodge. jr. ? Jeiya,'. )i
KSCAMPMKNT.So. rr -
July s.ifiia. o. iiii.s:ifA..Kcojir.
QUIXQ AST.Tra;usae etoke we?l
f iH-.nlle with Tra'ns en Certir.l tbl w re
OOI 5 O V k ST. eanneotiousare etade al ClaefeMM
for ali polritsSAntb anil Weet. M '
iniiuuuti rKH.iltiie .atctnow r"-
as! Jfl.en at H jrro w, W'U lag W,W aablefWS. ,blr
cleIUe end Lrntaster. ,
H V K s i OCK. nt ihronrb wltboet ay detoemoa
t il i P P. S o aid d) sr. to forwaf d b j UiVltslu
&stl.WUialitoa aid Ctersrtlle Hall Fo.tf. -
Jaaaj,liM-5;f lftceate .ULio.
THE LANCASTER OHIO
rwiHE r.J.!red Pnrprittnt, if the eeee Km.
J .!!!. loj fi a lie enutbeaat oflhe C!t). uo tea Lnmm
r,,id, la no pr'neredto rarvlrba splendid artie ef
Foreign and Domestic Liquors.
.tlnln Streets Wtoeellns; Ta.
July 1,1834 1
NEW KST A B LI3H M EXT.
JULIAN & SEIFERT,
Hare opened a grocery anil protlilon ory. In the
room. llol occQplO'i oy ins rnuaaemnia i-oni-lul.ilon
store. In ' halter's Block, lree doors
west of SbBEffor. Hottil.
WHERE tboy will keep ronslanlle onkand erery
Tarlelyofthe rholciot family Grororie..; pro
rt.lnni Ac... 11 of wlilrb they wilt sell at to the Invest
prices and warrant to be it Ihe rery bo.t qnslliy.
N. B. Bnttar. Raeon. Ren. floor, eornmeol and
evory eood 'eatable article tnken In exchange for
srrocorlc. Ace. The Ctty end Country sre re.prctf oi
ly solicited t cell, exnmlne tnr them.eltes and rlre
use trial. JCLI.tS S1EFERT.
"fELlSA SOUt, oflhe Stmeof llllnot., Ii nollfled.
Probate Court of FalrCeia Conntr, Ohio,
Petition to eell Land.
Chi rU. F. Kb etTer. Adinin1trctirof Oaklet CarsJter
Jcces.eJ.siraltitt Jscob flerjiler.ri.rie. Eantler,
Samnol Hsr.Uer. Xarsrsret Buriller. Kites Sbsjffer
ene Martin Slisrff.r, Sttrab Mania end Jobn Mar
tin. Soplila Eaadio sad fclijib iiuadls end Usulel
'SiO Daniel Bavitisr t0B-re.!J-'l of !bo ?tatr a'
Ohio, en li.lr sad legal raiiresenliBre of Daniel
V.m rt brrhT IfifrirmeH. thatoa the OCJdjT Of 3f a
A. C. l;5. nid AdmlnLiratirSledbis PllU,n In the
Prob.He Court t,' SalrCeld County. Ohio. The ob
led and prayer of wbic'j Petll on.U to oWaln su or
.i.. a . r i, iaih of Sur. A. D IPS", ore. mon
art'ir as may be. for the sale of the folloerlBg Heal Es
tate, of which f ie .aid niniel Bojmlerdiod aeirs,!, or
an much therefore ss may be neecissre lo pay lie
d.lili of .aid decedent. to wit!
Theondirided half of ihe West half of Oie Sorlli
eait duartor of Section No 14, Tnenshlp Ha 11, ar.d
Range Sn l. eontalnineTd ST-110 acrefc
Alo, the ondivl.led half of ibe Wrat half of the
Snutha.it Q'larlar ol Keclioa -Nj 11. TewuahiB Me 13.
I anA R.n !t a 10. rfirtalnlnr etl acres.
I 4lo. the undivided half of the Eoilhenat Quarter
lot the South wert auerW of Section So 11. TownbiD
So 13. and Hanee !.a 19, containing arrea.
Alao. the uodi'lded ball of Uie Nortbeart Quarttr
nf Ihe Sooihwo.t Quarter of Section !'o 11. Town.hip
So lS.and Range No IB. containing 40 37-101' acres
And slfu. tbe um'.irlded bslf of a part of the Korth-
en.t Quarter of Sectlin No IS. Town.hip Nu 13. and
Kn2e (ilS.contalnlir I 5n-nscrf more or ,.
CHARLhS F SHPFER,
A Jrolnlstro'.or of Daniel flieritler, deceued.
May 47, ie 4w4pf-.
inQioting a very serious wound- At this
moment the mother enteroil, and her de
spair at finding the child dead and the oth
er two dangerously wotindod may be im
JCSrThe people of Ohioarro were victim
ized on the 3d instant, by a bogus tele-
Kmpriie aispaich, announcing the suooets
ful laying of tbe teWran'nio cable, the de
(.,: r ,w. , , , nereu
X " " " ,5 v 0 .p ,n land. And. thirdly, where it is wholly e
Z.'e. "S1" K""oon ,ne leotive. as in the United Statea; with the
b '- slieht exception, that the judiciary of the
tyTh rain on Sunday, baa oaused a United States government, is appointed by
sensible dioerenoe in the atmosphere, the executive, with the advtoe, and con
Yesterday was oool and eloady, with indi. I sent of the Senate. Eaoh of these rsspeo
tstic ci of more wet weather, tire forms, will prove good or bad, as they
restraint should be the leading principle,
would meet with a failure, and would fall
into anarchy; the end of whioh, would be
despotism, as is always the case : an in
order to covern at all, th prinoipla of
fear, would have to be tesorted to.
The modifications of forms of govern
njents, may be thus alluded to. First,
where the government is wholly hereditary,
as in Russia. Secondly, where it ia partly
hereditary, ahd partly elective, as in bng
slfotodoecaioej grtndlr.g, "be baa relued tbe M1U,
potap anew Swot meiblne. employed a Aral r.te
rr.ii.er. and plwlgcs himself re gt.e prompt atte. tic.'
.nJdo tru rate work tot all wbo may fa,,or klsk Wilk
f 8. C.bpeldfyrwi'Jt. JJ. B.ClS.
Jkly :, lEiJ 8oi. "
Ceymmtm flesie, ralrf leU Cotr !
AMY LIJIC0I.3 against J0H5 tl.lCOLJf ,'
PETITION FOE DIVORCE.
rTnBofcni'ant, John Ltnnoli : Is beeby eolttti
I that tbe rtalMlff, Aliny Lincoln, on the 3,Ui d.y
ofjrrco.A. H. lea, died lfiibroBreof iheClerkoi
theCoeit ef Cominon fleas, nf Falrliiidrouiily.Oblo
hr niui.i' The object and orai er ol which Dell.
lloni. teoutaie a dt.eree froni tee asiM defeedao:
and stlccosss cause in .a!d petition,
1M. Aroee e leet or duly tor a or. u.in inree
Tekrsn the part olsald defendant. -
2J. Wilful bs-ceformwt4antSreaT3aretfca
part of .ild ilrfeud.nl,
rMnlnt.lr st-o rrnyif,! be eesti'ed to lr maldea
nam. Amy Tront ai.d lor res.orisWeelliuoi y.'
Said detewdaot U further nntlted that enleaehe e-i
pears and demoraor sn.wer. to said petition arordli g
to law, that st next term .if tne Court of Common
v iwse. oi seen count, eio iwinwu .m ouiwvhm,
he beard. blUChCOlfB a; CLARKE,
Attorney, fur Petitioner.
Lkocrer. I JjlJEJf-CwBot
why were the clergy tingled out, and the lay
men who were asiociated with them, entirely
overlooked? Above all, might we expect,
thit he would Stick to tho suhject at the
head of his article And point out the errors
and m'tes of Vox I'opuli, which he tells us
are so "perplexing." uut instva'1 ot that
he says quite a number ot tilings whieii
have nothing to do with the suhjent, and
the ruth of which is not denied. For in
Rtaftce. Vox has quite as much confidence
in tho learning and skiH of physicians in
Ltnoaster as "Common teense," and wit"
him he believes that the clergy who try to
teach them religion, Onht also in turn be
willing to ask of them instruotion in radi
cine. There is no doiiMthat.if Dr. Boerat
ler for instance, or some oae of his worthy
colleagues were ready to deliver a course
of lectures, and waited only for an invita
tion, that invitation would soon be forth-
corainc. and that too. with the name of
many a clergyman attached to it. So also
Vox believes with "Common Sense," that
the leading motive with Dr. Banning in
hid efforts is sot benevolence, but gam,
and he bas good reason so to believe, he
nause he has it Irom the Doutor'sown lips.
In that respect he is just like the physi
aiensthey would soon cease to praotiue, il
the people should refuse to pay. And fi
oally. what is said of "itinerating doctors'
generally," is also in the main agreed to.
They ought not, unless previously known,
receive the oonfidnnce that is due lo our
well tried physicians. They are seldom
so successful. But as they are not, matters
of controversy we will leave them. My
object in the former communication was
simply to direct attention to the imperti
nence, inconsistency of your Fellow pi'i
len in his published note to certain highly
re-ipeoted clergymen and as his inconsisten
cy still appears and if possible in more gla
ry colors, there is nothing further for me
By the war, Mr, Editor, you will niuoh
oblize me to correct one or two errors Of
the printer. He makrs me say; how bad
ly the four fellows must feel; I said posr
fellows; and a few lines fuither down he
leavs out the words "invite them'' without
whiuh the sentence bas no meaning. It
ought Ic read; why does he himself inviie
them to meet and lecture on Episcopacy
&0. . : ' .
Least "Common Sense" shall make an-
that on December 14. 11S7. William Potter and
John D. PJoorae. Administrators of Jumna Ontesrt.de
cea.ed. tiled In the Office of the Clerk of Fairfield
County Court of Common Plea., their petition ngalnat
her and othera, alleging that nn July9f,lft3d, Hie .aid
James Ontcalt, by contract In wrltlnr, told to Willlnm
Soul. and agreed toconrey upon full payment nf the
purchase money. In-I.otjtanH 5. In Square 4. In Balti
more. In said CounlT. and a Fraction or Land artjolp
Ing thereto, described 'n deed of John F. Outcalt end
Wl fe. to James Ontcalt. dated July 31 . 1050. for which
the said William Snnl agreed lo pay ei.vi. when po
seMinn would be glren In Voremhar. IR56. and 2ti
in November, 157. end 1200 in Sorember. Ii-Sil. wlih
Intere.t from November. 1S1. Thst on September
SJ, IMS, Jsme. Ontcalt died, and on November SI.
theroaner. William woul pain to piain.in i:.i aivi
I nni on Max m. -.-w.
and praying lhat said premi.ea mav be sold and pro.
ceedarpl1ed to nnvment of plainlig's el-lm theroon.
Raid Petition win be ror Hearing on iieiooors. nexi.
and unlei. .he anoenr by that day, judgment will b.
entered as prayed for.
JOHN C. HA INKY, Clork.
July 1.1 853 6w9pf5,5S
To Builders and Contractors.
SEALED Propftwls for building the CITT H AT.!.,
will be received bv the undersigned. Committee
In behalf of the Citv Council of Lancaster, until the
8th I1AV nFJULY.eonato. according to the Plan
and Specifications, now In possession of the Commit
Bids will beroeelvnd.lnclndtngall material, for the
Brick Work, Siono Work and Carpenter Work, eacU
Al.o, Prnpols fordoing the entire Work, and fur
nt.hing miiterisls, will be received In one bid.
The Committee will he prepared on and nfter lbs
Iflth OP JUL V. to furnish bidder, with tbe noeeiary
Information, enabling them to hid nnileraiandlnsly.
HENRY F. HLAirtK.
JOHX C. WKS.VKR.
tancsslar, Jane 51, 1R59--3w8 Commlttse.
lferchsnbi and Traders will be on their guard and
ot be impoMd upon by a ooonterf.it of Hone'. Indiaa
Root P 11-, aigned A. B. Mom. All fBei ttullaa
Root PIUs have the name and alfoitan ol A. J. K'Mis
al C, on eaeb box.
Above we proMMit vou with slikeneasof Ilr.SIORfE
- the liiyonwrof AJ JllK'S INDIAN stuor PlLlS.
This philaniropisi bu spout ibe greater part of bt.
lire Iu traveling-, having visiUd Burope, A. la and
Africa, as well North America bus speul 3 yea-,
among the Indians of oar tVerrn eou-utryli was
In Ihi. wsy that tbe Indien Bool P.lls wore Brat disco
vered. Dr. Morse wa, lbi flr.t man lo e.uMiih tbe
arl that all ditesae. arise from l.Ml'L'ltll V OF THR
BLOOD lhat oumrenif .h, health, and U depend
ed upon tills vital fluid.
When the various passage become clorged, end do
notacliti perfect harmoni with tbe diJeieut fanclltoi.
or tne bocy.tue otooa lo.es u.acllou, oeeom.'. line a. -corrupted
dt diaoasedt lUu.caa.mga',1 ra'n, aichneas
and duties, oferery uame; our strength II exhaust
ed, our health we sre doprived of. and If naiare is not
a. nl.ied in throwing on the stagnant humors, the
blood wilt become t-hokeo1 and ceeseto act, and thu.
o,ir light of life will forever be bl'iwn out. How Im
portant thtin that we should keep tbe virious p.-i..a-g-.tse
free nnd open. And how pleasant te a t'.st we
havo tt iu our powor to jiula mea.cino in your rearb.
namely. Mnrsu'sintlUii Eool PQIs.manu'ACtured from
plant, sod roots which grow aronnd the tnourrtarnea.
ctin- in naturo . gsr-Jeu, rorthe health ana recovery
of di.ea.ed man. vqo of tbe root, iro.n womb the. 4
Pills aro ma,tO i. a a,lor,ttc, m lilch open, lb
the skin, and nnirts Nutnreln throwing qm uia finer
David Cnlp, Plaintlfr, e. Kamuel Walters, Defeniant
"f-jRFORE J. V. Briaon a Justice of the Peace for
Walnut Township. Fairfield Connie, Ohio, on
Uia iwh of Mav-. A. D. IRS". said Justice tssned an or
der of attacbmeul In the above action for tbe sum of
Eleven Dollars and Sixty cents.
- Milleraperf, June 3,1858 3wJ
LevylngTaxes for City purposes fer tbe yeas 185S.
Kxcrioit 1. Bt it ordained ey tkt C'ty Council
tktCitu .aacr, Tbat aTax of three and one
half iniUson the dollar or valuation, beand the .ame
js hereby levied npon all property .unjeri io taxa
tion for Slate and County purpo.es, within the incor
porated limits of the said City f ir City purposes.
NICHOLAS YOUNG, President, C. C.
W. L. Kikj. City Clrk,
Levying Taxes for School Purposes, tn the City of
lancasior lor mo year icon.
"SroTloa 1. Btifrdmmti (as Citf Council of
Ltmaitfr, That a Tax or Sve thousand tve hundred
dollars, be and the same Is hereby levied upon all
propertv'subjeel lo taxation ror State and Couniy pur
poses, within the incorporated limits of tho Cliy .of
Lancaster for lb. purpose ol defraying Hie expense: of
tuition In tbe Public Schools tas ild City for tbe cur
rent year. NICHOLAS YOUNG, President. C. 0.
V, .L.KI50. City Clerk.
Lancaster, Juno IT. 18Sd 3w7.
Fairfield County. h. Court of rem. Fleas,
Franklin W.ShsilT.r, Plaintiff,
Edward Strode and John Mays, Defendants.
EDWARD RTROJiB oflhe Stale of California, will
take notice that Franklin W. Rhasffer or the City
of Now York. In the State of New York, did oe tbe
4th day of Mkv, A. D. 1M. Hie bis petition In attach
mentln theCeiurtof Common Plea., wiiqio and for
Ihe Conntvof Fairfield. Iu saidfUate of Ohio, against
tbo said Jtdvard Strode, a defendant, upon a premie
sorynote, dated Maryivllle, May gd, 1057, due one
day after dale, paysole to Iho order or oerwlvea. and
druwn hy Strode Mirys, and by thein endnnrad to
Franklin W . Shaffer, Plaintiff, for the sum of $36fi 31.
I be said Edward Strode will hereby take nonce,
that be Is required v appuarand answer said petition,
ea or before tbe Sib day of June, A. D. lfV.
CHARLES T. SRAFFEK.
, Jaysr, T8J9-8w4pf 3 30 Attornsy for Plaintiff,
These Celebrate! Sj.rtt.fs heretofore taownes
Oa the Sclolo River, Tner miles rrem Ihe dote
Bridge Station, oc the Sprlegleld and lielsware
Hail Uc-ad.Eljbt mllesfroas Del. w. re. on tbe
Cleveland and Cedambes Railroad. and IT
mile, from the City of Colawihas),
win be open to tbe public Met- .
Ins; aealtb or plea.are,
O.T TflE C9TII DAT F 1T,
Ceder acpices and with appatntment.tbat wlllftake
il First Class In every particular. '
THE PltF.SEVr PROPaiETOIIS
Of the Ohio White Sulphur Fprlng.. bare liberally
added to rhe buildings nnd geneml aecommnda
lion. f Ibe e.tato, and bsve Stted .ixi fnr
Alslied ihe whole on the ang,resUon ot
JXTTASTE AND LLXPrlY.ll
TtlK crXISINKWIttBE cs
part of the rorruptiou wittln. The second Isa plunt
whtcnissn Kvpe.-wranl.tlial open, son cncioir. me
pat.iige lo the lung., and tU4S. In a soothing manner,
performs rts duty bi throwing off phlegm, snd oilier
humor, from the lung, by oodou. spitting. The third
i. a Diuretic, a bich giv.is ea and double strength
to the kidneys; thus encouraged, they draw large s
moiint. of impurity from the blood, which is then
thrown out bonnttfdtly by tbo erinsry r,r water pas
sage, snd which ciutd not hare l-eeu discharged in
any other way. The r-iurtli ts a Cathartic, uud oiroin
psnies iheotiiorpropertiesof the Pills whito engaged
in purifilng the blood; tbe enar.ur partlctesor impa
rity which cannot pats by the other outlets, are thns
laVen np and conveyed off in g-eat qaautUtes by the
Prom the above, It 1. shown lhat Dr- Morse's Indian
Root Fiji, not only enter the steniach. but become
united wtihthe hi cod, for tbey dud way to every part,
and cnmpltttely root otrt and cleans Uie erstoiu from
all Impurity, and tho life or tbe body, which Is the
blnod,hecomes perfectly healthy: consequently all
slckiio.ssnd pain Is driven from the system, lot they
cannot remain when the body becomes so pure alio
The reason why people are so dWtressed when sick,
and why so many die; is because they do not gets
medicine which will pass tn iho afflicted parts, and
wblcb will open the natnral passages for the tlisea?e to
becastout: hence, a large quantity of food and ether
matter Isloogsd. and tbe stomach end tntentinea ere
iiterslv overflowing with thecerrnptod mass;thtis un
dergoing disagreeable fermentation, eqnstiinily mix
ing with the blood, which throws ibe corrupted mat
ter throueh every vein and artery, until life Is taken
rrem tho body by disease Dr. Morse's PILLS -have
added to tiieimolve. victory upon victory. by restoring
millloui oflhe sick to bloomlugbealib aud happiness.
Yes, thousands wbo have been racked or tormented
with aickuess. pain and anguish, and whose foeble
frames have been scorched by the burning elements
of raging feve ,and wbo have bcon brongnt.asil were,
within a step nflhesllent grave, now stand ready to
testify tbat iney would have been numbered ith the
dead, had it not been for ihts great and wnndenul
medicine. Morse's Indian RooiPilla After one or two
tfose. had been taken, they, woro auonished, and
absolutely surprised, In wltnuulng tbetrcbarmlug ef
foots. Not only do tbey give immediate ease end
strength, end lake away all .leknesa. pain and angui.b
but ihey at once go to wnrkal th fnnndatlna of the
dtsoase, which Is tbe blood. Therefore, It wilt be
shown, espeelally by those who us those PIUs, thst
they will so dense and pnriry, that disease tbatdead
Iv irimv will lake iu flight, and ibe flush of rnuih
and beauty will aruin return, and the prospect of a
long ana rtappv lire win caensh c? origuien jour days.
Sold bv KAPFFJIAN d. Re., lAnoasaVr.nnd bv one
agent tn each Village In thefwunty. Wm. Moilge ds
Co proprietor of Dr. Trash's Magnetic Ointment,
urirtiie.ssanison eounsy, si. x.,ueaerai ageuu.
raUIE Srenerr of and near the domain, has fceea
tl.on-rht to b ih Cnettln Ohio, the 1r l rmre
and h-Utry. and ihe medical properties of tbe won
derful "-priue., (lei'.ing Mil gallons -per mioote.) are
now admitted topo.se. eurnttv and recowerotlve
Infiiievces..iiner1tir io the famed White ftnrrdvar, of
Virulnia. ' there are attached lo tho establishment
all tho accessories fnnnd at Ibe first hummer Hotels
iri thecountry.) 'Ibe' lawns snd grneadw abeut the
Hotel are.pseinua and well kept, and the beeulllut
drive, through the old frres and along the romsn
tic river, are singularly aUracljre, toiA o,ul(o oe
dnded. ArrocjemontscJin he roade forrnoms, K address
ing ISAAC PAIS r.Columbas, Ohio.
""""PFor any rnrtbr general Inform. tirw. referea
e. mav be had to Vfeasrs. Andraw. WI1on A Co..
orsor Cijielnn.tl, ,w o Me.nrs. Fallng. or Ihe Fell, Hon,
no ie.M;y. m me a inerican noioi. i oi'iirrn.. or .ir.
H. Chamberlain, oftbe American Hotel. 1,.-Iaware.
O. JC. DAVIS, M. D.
p. wAOinnAta, ii
ABE Farmers In tbe practice of ifadlelne snd
and Surgerv. OFF IC E lu Dr. Wagenbal's old
0 nice, corner ol Broad sod VVBi-tlii 8tcsa!li Oppo
siuibe Kplso el Church. -' - il
nesueocea 'sine as oerore.
Lancaster, , I8,iejr-!-4tf -.. '. . I
'Extract from Howe's History Ohlo.
Th fointiln t. a mort remarkuhio eiirlosity. and
rises frem the bed of the Scioto fliciash edid roek
It wa. fir-it discovered In ll90. while W.rli'g for salt
water, a hole abont two and a hal finches In di. me
ter. The operator, had pierced thraa.eh ebonl elne
tv feel of s:.lid rock, when the augur suddenly felt
two feet, nnd np gushed with great force a stream of
.trong white sulphurwates, which has eontlneed to
rise with Its original force and violence to the pre
sent time. Experiments have shown tome enrfoni
results; among which wa. that of placing an air
liirbt tnhe tn an orrlgbt pnjlfion', o,,e end being In
serted Into the hole, when th water bot oot of its
top wiih as innrb force n whep iasnlur from the
rock beneath. Tne water 1. driven upward by It. ewsi
rs; Itsti-mperatnrslaSO degrees, nnd It. deposits 0s)
the ground around a very heavy white depnsl.
On th gronnds of the eMSbilshment la a hntifht
rhalybeataSprlos:.. ba-rlnga temperature of 47 deg.
"Thl pl.re ha. every natural advantage th.t esn be
desired for making ft one or the greatest places ot
resort fir b'sllb and reereatlon, weat of th laonn
uln.. From present Vidlcalloii'. It I. evldentlv des
lined to become seC June Ii", 18S8 JmC
noTiicitsT noTiiERK't noTUCRst!
Don't fall to prcenr Mrs. Wtnalows Soothing Sy
rup for Children Teething It bn no eou.t oa earth.
It greatly facilitate. the proee.. ortoeihing, by sofen
log the game, reducing nil Inflammation w II sllsv
all piln, and Is sure to reenlnt the bowels. Deseed
upon it. mothers, it will give rust lo yenrselves. and
reliHfMid health to your Infants. Perfectly safe id
nil eases. '
Tills valuabjo preparation 1s th prescription of one,
ofth ene evoarlenred and skillful fomsle Physi
cians in New England, aad hosbsan used wl lb never 1
falling snrressln millions of cases.
We boiler It i lb beet and aure.t remedy la the
world. In all easosof Dyiontery and Dlarrhosalaebild.
dr. n whether It arlres from leulhh;i or from any
other cause. , .
If lire and health can be estimated by d!lart sad
Million, nf botlles are sold ery T,,'tnL tne Wei
State! Il I. an old and well-tried rcmedr.
PH1CB ONLY 15 CBNTS A '"a
TrTNon genuine nnlos the rae-s'mlle efCUFTia
APP.RKINS. New York. 1 on t he outside wrapper.
Sold bjDrufilslalhroiighon to world.aed
D. BIFF J.R P. Lancaster, pble
June H, lSW-Sif " "
A!fU H1RKLT ntHDF."EH.
THE KOTAKY CLODCVTTER will "dee. yea.
zreand to any roquired tUth .In aoy eondltloe al
soll.wbotborwetordrj. lwtlUanp e,edaM key
slieorreo'ilred depth, wllb far lo.slraetloptiay.lba
harrow.whlcb le only break slbem on hesrasee
while Ibe laay rollerofliKi rolls Ibewdnder It.
ltji the only Implement that can pel heavy or
eloddvlsnd In ordnyfor tlif drill. A model may M
ssepVtlhesti.reoYJOHN EFFIKGBH. Mala Suee
whowill'roeal ve orders for tbe Mhlat-wbcksrja
lsncs.e,Trebra , It, It7--111 e,-1'