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The Young I-adys Moral Toilette.
Sttf KnoieleigeTke Enchanting Mirror.
Xl.it. curious glass will bring your fnult to light.
And make your virtues shine, both strong and
Contentment Wish to smooth terinkles.
A daily portion of this essence use :
Twill' smooth the brow, and tranquil joy inline.
Truth Fine Up Salve.
Vie daily for your lins thin precious dye,
They'll redden.and breath sweeter melody.
PrayerMixture giving tweetnets lo the Voice.
At morning, noo'n and night this mixture toke,
our tones improved, will ruber music muke.
Companion Best Eye-vater.
These drops will add great lustre to the eye.
When mure you need, the poor will you supply,
HWoia Solution to prevent Eruptions.
It calms the temper, beautifies the fuco,
And gives to woman dignity aud grace.
A'lention and Obedience Matchless Earriugt.
With these floor drops nppeuded lo the eur,
Attentive lessons you will gladly bear,
Neatness mi Industry Invaluable Bracelets,
Clasp them on carefully each day you live,
To good designs they efticacy give.
Patience An Elaslie Girdle.
The more in u.e the brighter it will grow,
Tho' its least merit is iu external show.
Principle Ring of tried Gold.
Yield not this golden circlet whilo you live,
'Twill vice restruiu mid peace of conscience give.
Resignation Necklace of Purest Pearl.
This ornament embellishes the fair,
And leaches all the ills of life to bear
Love Diamond Breastpin.
Ad urn your bosom with this piecioin pin,
It shine's without aud warms the heart within.
Ilegulari'yA True Time piece.
By this tho youthful fair may learn to prize,
And well improve each moment as it flies.
Company Select Boqucl.
Behold die gay assemblage! but bewure!
For all are not as innocent us fair.
Politeness A Graceful Bandit nr.
The forehead neatly circled with this baud,
ill adiiiiiniion and respect command.
Piety A precious Diadem.
Whoe'er this precious diadem shall own,
Secures hersell nil everlasting crown.
Good Temper Universal Peaulifier,
With this choice liquid gently touched the month,
It spreads o'er all the face the thai nm id' youth.
In tho ruurse (if a Jebutu iu tlio logis
1 .it u re of New York, on an u teat ion for
Fjiecial gi ants of power in lioliiin prop
eity made !y tho Shakers of Nitikuenna,
it iliut State, llio followilig rules or or
ders existing i ii tho society Liecuino pub
Contrary to onlor for nny ono to wiilo
Contrary to order toinrjuiro into tlio or
der of other familios.
Contrary to order to inqiiro into uny
bargain tlio deacons liave tnado.
Contrary to order to opon your mind
out of tlio lino of order,
Contrary to order to exposo coutiaol,
or tell what the Elders any.
Contrary to order to go to cburcli with
Contrary to order to receive or write a
letter, without tho Elder's perusal of it.
Contrary to order to luke u book without
Contrary to order to go out among tho
world, or among fatuilios, without pcrmis
hion of tho Eldurs.
Contrary to order to havo any money
Contrary to order to shako hands with
u world s woman without conlussiug it.
Contrary to order to shtike hands will
the world until thoy first tender tho hand
Contrary to order to play with dogs or
Contrary to eider for a brother and sis.
er to ride together iu a wagon, without
Contrary to order for a brother and sis
tcr to pass each other on the stairs.
Contrary to order for a person to go
out of tho door yard, after evening ineot
ing. Contrary to order lo have right and
Contrary lo ordor lo paro tho hoels of
Contrary to order to road unwHjiapHrs
in dwelling houses at any time, unless
indulgence for that purpose is grunted by
Contrary to older to fold tho left thumb
ever the right, in prayer, or whou stand
ing up in worship,
Contrary to order to kneol with tho loft
Contrary to order to put the lufl bool
or shoe on Mint.
Contrary to order to kneel with hand
kcrcnief in hand.
Contrary lo order to put tho luft foot on
the stairs first whou amending.
'To open your mind, is to express your griev -
s..te(, or cou'fe..s y sins. The line of order is
IheLlderof die family.
t-t.JTTr-. --r- . ,
rylheC.ncti.nati I lines says that the
miiow.iig notico in a country pap.'r.lll.glll
he usefully applied 011 board some of our
hurrying Hteainhouts: 'Travellers should
...... r..i .i..r. ..i..: : .
to proper persons, as u (jouiloinan, a few !
days since, entrusted his wife to a stran
ger, and ho has not heard of her since. !
PSA London paper tells a terrible
s(jy of a lion aud a (udy at the menage
rie. The latter chancing to stand too
near tho don, the royul boast, mostcurui
vorously disposed, reached forward on
perceived, utid obtuinod an inimonno
mouthful from the lady's poison! Her
consequent shriek. were ulluynJ on dis-
COVerilll that the femctiin-i urn) nnrnniwl I
utiitual hod noaily choked himself with a
brag of brand! Shameful,
tutor of a college in lecturing a
young man on tho irregularity of Ids con
duct, added with groat pathos
The report of your vicus will bring
your father's gray hairs with sortow to
'I beg your pardon, sir,' replied the pu
pil, 'my fathor wean a wig.'
Idiots in MAssAcnusETTB.--Tlie com
missioners appointed liv tlin fiavBrniirnf
xMassachusetts to ascertain tba number ""l'Br'" ' Dmitry n to .p.ali.y-ibey
I p i i- i. c. I are also unsurpassed as in cheapness. He purti-
ana condition ot the idiots ot that ototO'cn,.y invite, bis friends aud nil who may wish
have made returns from 171 towns, hav- to obtain an excellent article, upon the most rea
iltg U population of 3 id, 285. In them "obl terms, to cull und uxumiue his stuck ol
nro said m t,o r,it Mir,. Ofl .,f ..,1
ere males and 339 ore females 109 are 1
less thau 25 years of age, and are of
course, proper subjects for instruction.
Of the wliole, 100 are supported entire
ly at the public charge. If the other
towns should pitfient the snme propor
tion, it would r x that there are up
wards of 1000 idiots in lli commonwealth.
May now be had at WISE
MORE GOODS "FOR A DOLLAR
We are now rcreivin
look at our Slock.
For Ladies Dresses.
Wo have all llio new styles of (ioodi. in market.
1'laiil and I'lain Silks. Lawns, Bni'd Muslins
K roach, Knlinh unit American (iingbams,
(iingliams Lawns, Oregon I'luids
Bareges nil woo) Bulurinea
Black and Whilo (iiii'diams, Black Lawns
Black Bareges, l'laiu ami Sal in Stripe all 6VA
and Wool, beautiful far Black Presses)
Shaded Tallinn Swiss Muslins, very desirable
far l.oentng Orestes
760 pieces or 2 1.3.'0 yards of now C. LICOLS,
from a ftp up to u nine-pence.
A general variety of Kaury (foods, t-m li as. Rib
bons. Laces, French worked Collais, Kid (iloves,
Artificial flowers, Bonnet Caps, Fans, Mitts, &c
Biowu Shil lings anil Sheetings. Tii kings;
Checks, ("niton Vain, Collon Balling:
Coverlet Warp, Carpel Chain, &c &c.
Wheal, ne, Oats, Com, iJwu, Ihtttcr,
LnncaBtor, April 1G, 1817.
THE . LAHGE A M) ML I)1U I
Wholesale and ICetail. 1
RE BE II &iCUTZs
ABE just receivinc the LA IKiKST and II A ND
SO'MKST STOCK of SI'llINti and Sl'M
MKIl (iOOl)S. that have ever been brought to
Lancaster or that over will be by any other linn
than lhuir,--aiid wlncli will lie sold at llio lowest
cash rates, so low that im person can look at then
We lire connected with no manufactory, no
eastern establishment, and thus coulincd to muk-
ius our purchases at ono house; but have tho ad
vantage of electing our (ioods from tho stocks of
all easlerr Merchants nud Manufacturers.
Wm Ik, ne nil. who wish to 11111cl111.se c bean and
bcauti'.'ul (ioods, will first read the big advertise
ment!, mid lifter laughing at them, go and exam
ine th ) i'r stock ot (ioods, that they call big:
then call and seu whut we havo and what we can
do fer them.
Cur assortment consists in part of the followiu
7.) viva or
Of nil color from $1 lo t l ier yaritt
Ml pieces plain and stripped Cussimers from 7.')
cents lo Tl,':,i
'.'(It) do plain, striped and barred Satliuolts, fic
rii cheaii ) Irom '! lo 75 ccuts per yard
101) do Kentucky Jeans from 'Jj to 111 cents for
101) do Red. White and Yellow Flannels
L'iO do llluck, Colored, Striped and Figured
'J") bales II inw n Muslins
ID cases llleacbed do from ft to l-i ci'iils
10 bales Ticking and very cheap
3500 pieee ol C Oils,
Cheaper than ever known hejore.
50 do Cashmeres, Moiidiue de Laiuesaud olhi
limey (ioods fiir LADILS' Diosm'S and Clonks
50 ilo (iili"li,ililH, nriv stile, and rrru desirable.
A large and beaiitilul variety of 8 II M M K I
SHAW LS, ol all sixes anil at very low prices
III piece Apron Cheeks, Linen and Cotton Ta
liter IiiIIh, (iilliin and hull IJauilkeriliiets
)r'ss Silks; llluck, colored nud lig'il Hosiery
(doves and Milts iif all kinds
Cainbricks, .laccouets and every thing iu the
Dry (ioods line lo inako our ussoilineut full ami
complete, iiinnng which will be found a line vari
ety of liOl.'lill anil It KA MY (ioods
We have also constantly on baud, a large slink
of HOOTS and SlloF.S
Fur, Silk, Leghorn, I'alm I.eafand Straw Hals
Sl'AMSH StiLi: LF.ATI IF.It, Collmi Vain
I in p. I ("liain ami (.'ovui lid Warp
A full assiirliuenl ol
(sico( oi aii kinds,
Cedar ('hum aud Tubs, Wooden Buckets,
Salt. v. &u. ,c,
IV Cnnio every body nud look through our
M MMOTM TILLS ol (i Is. We are always
on baud ami ready to prove to you, what is an un
deniable fact, that wo havo nioro (ioods, better
I iissiii tinents ami sell at lower rates than any oilier
establishment iu Lancaster. Of these facts you
' ivmco yourselves by calling at our OLD
j ST AN D and examining our stork.
WK WISH TO I'lTtCHASI',
I ."50,000 hiihlielK ol V II HAT,
; v ,,nmt ni t'OHN, BYH.OATS. Flax seed.
Vvullur, d every thing else that the Farmers
' have for sale that is worth having, We will give
"10 l''le'l,' I"''"8 "" CASH nud (iOODS for the
' above articles, and eive MOItF, (()(. )S for tho
auieiiiiiouut of trade, than any other house.
ami give us n trial
' Laueilstur, June 4. ID 17
Simla Anna's Womlrn Lr? Inkrii Prisoner!!
WOl'Ll) rospuvi fully ret)irn his thanks to his
li icmls and the public generally for the
very liberal iiatroniiL'o lie has received at their
hands; mid woulil minim lbm that he has now on
hand ready to be ilisosi.d of at very low prices for
i. n a ii, a complete
uiiiiiufactiired H old
iug to the latest Style
ihI fiiliimi. J J in stock comprises HATH of nil
VCALITIKS. Fur, Brush, Neuter, Mi, Plane.
Mmtkral, Cashmere, Cvarst Fine, Hlne, Bran,
CLOTH aud OlL-CLOTII CAI'8 ol" every
I laving employed the services of F.X I'F.HI F.NC
I'J) WOKKMKN iuthemaiiiil'actureof his llTS
mnl CA 1'S, and desirous lo uiuko his sales corres
pond with the limes, he leels sallshed Ibalw blls
ihey will ccuupiui
Willi the work ot any other
He feels no disposition to boast about nuutltv or
price through uu advertisement, but acting on the
old and well established ride, tlmt the "proof of
an assertion consists in u trial," he asks that be
may be tried by the same rule, and that the lovers
ol good Huts will muke the examination lor them
He offers nothing but a good article and being
determined lo sell low for CASH, he respectful
ly invites Hie patronage of the public.
Lnnraster, May II, 1847. t
& ItlLLAItU'S Cash Store,
TBUjn BODY ELSE.
NEW SFKIN (iUODS.and respectfully invito every body to call and
At any price that may be wanted from a quar
ter up, Sun Shades and Purusoletl.
A large slock ami good variety of Cloths,
Cnssiuieres. (old Mixed Tweeds
.leans all colors; Saltiuets, &c.
Also every description ofSuuimer StuH's for
Coats, Vest and Pants.
A nair of Pants. 3 yards, Thread and . Buttons
for twenty-five ccuts
Kxpected to-morrow 20 Cases Leghorn and
l'alui Leaf Hats, to be sold very cbcRp.
Leghorn Straw, Fancy Lace, Dunstable. CI mi
I'eiirl Straw and Lawn.
Very handsome Children's (limp aud Straw
Bonnets and Hats.
Hoot and Shoes.
Largo Lot expected to-morrow.
Ilag.i, llacon, hgf, ninl all kinds of
WISE ct II I L LARD.
I 0 H f A T FROM TII S O IJ f
LATE AND LARGE ARRIVAL OF
Teleg raph Line.
KIN HEAD 8c DOTY,
miOLKSlbi: A1SO It ETA IX
r?y in CE C23 S2D Hi 5S3
IIAVK JUST KKDKIVKD fHOM T II F. SoU T II , a. Iter,
stock r (.i:ot Ac.
nuiong which may lie lotum,
New Orleuus SUUAR, Indigo and Madder
Loaf do. Alum and Copperas
llio nud .luva COKKKE, Cloves and Cinnninon
t'laulaliou Molasses, Nutincas and Starch
Sugar House do. Camwood and Logwood
Rico and Haisins, Salaratns und Whiting
Cav. and Spun Tobacco, Span.4Span&!oniSogars
ii Twist no. ivo, i, lino joaa aim uu
pperand Spice, I'owder, Shot and Caps
Mackerel and Herring Wrapping 1'aper
White Kish and Shad Fishing Poles & Tackle
Teas and Chocolate l'ipos, Suap, &c
V li O U IV
Constantly on hand by the Uurrel or pound.
Wh have made, arrangements for a constant and
regular supply of LAKIC KISIL which will com
mence lo arrive as soon as the Canal is opened
North. Citizens of Fairfield look in at this (estab
lishment before you purchase, and you will suve
money, that is a "fixed Jael and no Humbug.
Lancaster, February' 26, 18 i7. 42
Wliolsalc aud ICetail.
1 1 ii
Dili ii inm.iimj
f S B IJi
IN TWO TALLM ADGE BLOCK.
opposite Reber &, Kutz's Store,
whern can be found a general assortment of
mmX ft. ENGLISH HARDWARE,
which bn is determined to sell at small profits.
HIS ASSOUTMKNT CONSISTS IN PART AS roLI-OWSl
Tor rarinci'N Use.
IRON uud HTF.F.L SHOVELS and SPADKS
Long and Short Handle Manure and Hay Forks
Weeding and Hilling I toes
(.'nulling mid Grass Scythes and Cradles
Hay Ifukcs.SrythciSnaiths, Whetstones &Rilllcs
Trace, Halter, Log nud Fifth Chains
Chopping Axes, Spring Balances, Stoelyarils,&e
Mechanic's Too 1 4,
Brin es and Bits, Augers and Gimhlets
Curpeutcr's I'lanes, Bevels and Stpiaros'
Broad Axes. I latehots and Hammers
rime-Irons, Guaxcs and Compasses
Firmer, Mortice and Turning Chisels & Gouge
Stocks and Dies, l ivers nod I Hirers
Saw Setts, Mason's Trowels ami Utile
Mill. Dastard, TapVr, Flat aud Half Round Files
Anvils. Vices aud Bellows
Mill nud XCut, Rip, Hand, Fanne! and Back
Saws, &v. Sta,
F.xpeclod in a few days Rochester Cooper's
House & Cabinet Triiiimiiigw
Locks. Latches and Hinges
Brims nud Iron Blind Fnstiiiugs
Sash Springs, Framonnd Screw l'ullics
Brass Cupboard Catches, Buttons and Holts
Kcrnws.Brads, Turks and Finishing Nails
Looking Gtuss 1'l.itcs, Mahogany Nobs, Slo
Kartdlrrjr ami CniTiiigcTiiniiiiings
Buckles, Bills and Stirrups
Harness Mounting and Saddler's Tools
Shark Skin, I'limh. Saddler's Thread nud Silk
Collon, Worsted and Straining Webb
I'lated Dasltra, Handles and Bund
Slump Joinls and Malleable Iron
Slrcl dprinir, Iron Axlos and Boxes
Broad ami Narrow Laca
l'otciil l.fnttheriiimsad Oil Cloth, Damask, ice
Table Knives and Forks, and Steels
I'lated, Britannia and Iron Spoons, ACoffe Mills
Britannia Cotlee, 1 ea l ots and Castors
Britannia Cups, Candlesticks aud Lamp
Siuifl'er and Trays, Scissors and Shear
l'eu aud I'ucket Knives. Needle und Bodkin
Bras Curtain Tin and Baud
Brass Kettle, Frying Pans, Sauce runs, Sic
iron. Nails, Steel and fllatm.
A large assortment of all kind and ize. And
almost every article Iu the I lurdwar lino, from
a I'm to an Anvil.
J. C. WEAVER.
Lancaster, May M, 1847. 1
Dr. Vaughn's Advertisement
fMlHF. GREAT AMERICAN UEMKDY Dr.
JL Vaughn's Vegetable Lithontriptiv Mixture
ThtsUmversall'uiiacea is now being introduced in
to Europe, the East and West Indies.Sonth Ameri
ca, and all other parts of the Globe, where dis
ease exists in any form. The United Stales and
the Canadas have for the past three years severely
tested the virtues which the proprietor, upon the
introduction of this medicine, hesitated not to say
it possessed. In introducing that GREAT VE
GETABLE REMEDY, the most startling promi
ses were made, on the part of the medicine so
novel was the theory the principle upon which
the cures were to be effected, that the people
threw up their bauds nud cried what next,' Even
credulity startled with surprise, and the so called
"Fuculty" made themselves merry over the "new
humbug." But mark the result the three years
have passed awny public opinion, the voice of
millions and more of observing individuals, have
stamped this REMEDY the most singular, wonder
ful, mcompreliensive and miraculous curative
power ever produced. The ONE GREAT DIS
EASE, which the proprietor of this medicine had
the presumption to say existed, and that ull various
diseases wore but secondary, has now millions of
believers. They must behove lor they have wit
nessed the effect of this restorative. It has con
quered ALL cases, by simply conquering the
ONE. The "Old School" now open their eyes.
Their old dogmas, like the morning mists Hy be
fore the light ol truth, and common sense now
seeks a road to health its own way, instead of clos
ing its eyos.uud being led. The truth of the prin
ciple upon which this article cures is established,
ami the statement is again boldly, most emphati
cally, most decidedly roiterated. This medicine
will drive Irom the body every disease which has
name every disorganization ol the system
which can exist. If bone and muscle remain, this
medicine will restore to a perfect slate. The old
Calomel, bleeding, blistering system is about to
lull. The proof daily presenting itself of the truth
of OUR THEORY, is a prop outof the old struc
ture which will soon tumble to the ground, u shape
less mass of ignorance aud deception.
INVALIDS, resort at once to this medicine. It
is n strictly VEGETABLE REMEDY, the product
of our own soil a coiiiwiiiikI of twenty-two dif
ferent ingredients. Each root has its particular
part of the system to act upon, and this uction is
always produced its effect upon the whole sys
tem is immediately apparent, l estiniouy ol I lie
highest character is daily coming to the propria,
tor, full of truth, aud you will always see names-
places ami dates. ISot a partice ot talse evidence
is onoredou me pari oi iuisiiiir, i mn i iv r..
The most careful perusal of the iiiiiimlilot is desir
ed. It gives tho character of all the secondary
complaints which prevail, and which have been
cured by this article. Evidence of cures, in seme
of the most droaillul cases of lingering complaints
which it has been the fortuueot any meiiiciue to
eopo with, is foiOid cases which have been hilt
to die: Hundreds in every largo city of our Union
and the Canadas heve to thank this article for their
lives, and so do they, as letters in the possession
ol the proprietor will show.
This GREAT MEDICINE will cure DttOVSY,
in every stage GRAVEL, and all kinds of dillir.nl.
ty iu the Urinary organs; Complaints of Hie Kid
neys, weakness of the back; Female irregulari
ties immediately checked, and a heuilhy tone giv
en to tho system. Let every Female at once re
sort to this SAFE MEDICINE, and use no other.
Diseased Liver, Indigestion. Billions complaints,
Dyspepsia instantly relieved; ttuenmalism,
&c, produced hy the inaction of (he Blood
always find relief; Inflamed Lungs; Cough, even
Consumption, unless the patients and their modi
cul adviser were deceived; has been cured by
this medicine; tjcroluln and all hruptive diseases:
I'iles, Kresipolai, Inflammation of the Eyes, l'alpi
tntion of the Heart; Sick Hcudache, Jaundice
Fever aud Ague tho whole catalogue might be
namedseek tins REMEDY, BUY NO OTHER.
l'utup iu 30 ot. bottles at$'i; 12 oz, bottles, $1
Be careful that yon are tint imposed upon. Eve
ry bottle has the words. "VaiiL'hn's Vegetable Li
thoutripic Mixture" blown upon tho glass the
written signature ol "(. C. Vaughn on tho direc
tions, and G. C. Vaughn; Bullion, stamped lipou
the cork. None other are Pennine.
IVcpared by Dr. (. VAUGHN, and soli! at the
principal Agency, IRil, Mam Street; Kalinin, at
wholesale and retail, to whom all comiiiiniKir
lions must come post paid.
OHircs devoted exclusively to tho sale of this
niedicliio, at wholesale and retail: New link City
I'i'i, Nassau street, II, M. Lake, Mass., 'J!l.i Essex
street, Thomas l'. Chase; St, Louis Missouri, Mr,
J. Walker, General Agents. At retail by re.
spectahlo Druggists tlirouguoul llio union, as lid
vurlised in the papers.
Wholesale and retail by C. S. Uirdsnl, Dm
gist, 2'Jtl, Main Street, Cincinnati,
For sale by GEORGE KAUFFMAN, Druggist
Lancaster, Ohio; and C. G. WILSON CO
Ilushvillo. Ohio, D. B. Riudheart, Lythopolis,
S. Russell, rickeriuKtou, II. &.J. Leonard, Banil
September, 4. llllti. 17
r"MH IS ii Imt online one of llifl motl popular ins-
JL iliriiirs now beloif Hie public For icmoviiig
all seated pains such as Rliriiniaiism, pain in Uir
nark, mile, ot breast, il lias no roual in the wnild
ll is sl-o eOirarinus in removing. wrn,lniiiois,rnrnt
fee. We do not dsiu to puff liiis ineiliriiie with
old or fictitious cerlilict.trs,bul will limply mention
a FMV h:fnt casks, wlirtr n has effected chips.
Mr. SLOAN, of Zsiiesvillr, aflei having suffer
eil with tlirnniHtiHii for nine ynus, were cured by
lining the Hebrew Platter
Ml. ANDKRSON,ol Puinam, was linuhlrrl fin
a long inn with a lame back, nccarionsd by over
lidinc, ami was cured by usinc this puinrr.
The following cenificatsfioni Mr.WOllSTKLl
ediiniof (lie Matsillon Gazelle, was fuiutslitd in
few riavi since
AI"sr. Comstock & Co Dining last winter sad
spring, I was to troubled villi a pain in my bread
as to render me unfit for the duties of Hie othVfySiul
lirarinc your Jew David's or Hebrew Plmter, hich
ly recommended, for Miuilar cares, I Wa induced
in give it a trial. I hsil worn a plaster on my
breast but a vhort time, when all pain left me, anil
I was enabled again to engage in die diilicnrtli
office. J. P. WORSTF.LL.
Said by GKOR.GK KAUFFMAN, Druggist,
DAVJS& W I LNER, Columbus, Ohio, General
Agents to whom all order! (hoiild be addressed.
January 8, 1817 35
HMlliC undersigned has this day associated with
I. him iu the Dry (ioods business, Mr. WIL
LIAM V. COX. The business will in future be
conducted under tlio iirm of Kilmer & Cox.
July 10, 18 IU V. II. KttANER. .
ARK dnily expecting an arrival of a large and
weU Selected STOCK OP OOODS.
The old ciiHtnmera of the concern, and nil other
for whom good bargains aud cheap goods are any
inducement, era respectfully invited lo favor thorn
with a call. .
Lancaster, September 24, 18 K. SO
(ii:on;i: l. hckert,
HAS constantly on baud aud for sale at his old
Stand, on Broad-Way, three doors-South of
the Market Huuso, a general assortment of
Manufactured by experienced work
men and of the most inodora styles:
Sofas, Sociables, Divans, Ottomans
Centre, Pier, Card, Dressing, End, Dining and
Dressing, French and Plain BUREAUS,
Wardrobes, Wasbstauds, Lockers, Workstands,
FRENCH, AND HIGH AND LOW POST
H3 IS IS) S IF 13 & IDS a
And all other articles iu his line that may be
called liir. His work will be made of the best
materials aud finished in a neat aud durable man
ner. Having a large and select stock on hand he
will dispose of the same at reduced prices, and at
low as any man sells articles of equal quality at
a new ii i: i:si:.
with a fine Horse and Harness, calculated for the
purpose, are always iu readiness to attend fiinor
als. All Coffins made to order. The subscriber
will promptly attend funerals any whore in the
Comity with his Hearse free of extra charge; aud
all his charges will be at reduced prices.
1 he subscriber returns his grateful thanks to
bisold customers and respectfully solicits u con
tinuance ol their patronage.
UhOUUE L. ECKKRT.
Lancaster, February 5, 1847. 'JO
SADDLE AND HARNESS
WOULD respectfully inform bis former cus
tomers aud the puGlic generally that he has
llfiH3L)'7IB3D Sins SHIIPa
ANDERSON'S NEW BLOCK,
Immediately above the Store Iloom of
Where he intends keeping constantly on hand
a large assortment ol
SADDLES AM II AlfMvSS,
of every description, suck its
Heavy Wagon Harness: Stage and Buggy do.
Carl mid Dray Harness; Collars
Travelling Trunks; Hand Trunks; Saddlebugg
Riding Bridles and Martingales;
Waaou Whips; Drover's uud Buggy Whips.
All of which will bo sold on tin most reasona
ble terms, to correspond with tho times. He fcols
satisfied that his work will compare with the work
of any other establishment in this section of the
country, aud also unsurpassed as to cheapness.
Please call and examine lor yourselves, as lie will
always be found ready to wail on those who may
tavor lum with a call.
All kinds of produce taken in exchange lor
work. Ucpariut! done in tho shortest notice.
N: B. All those who know themselves indebted
to the subscriber by note or book account, will
please call and settle immediately, as he is in great
need ol money.
VII, 1,1 AM SlALLSJlllll.
Lancaster. March 9(. 1817. , 4in46
NFIW rRI'.PARATION-Couch!.-. ("olds,
xla. Aelbiua and Direapea of the Liiiiki generally
Prepared entirely from the root of the. Ginseng.
It is warranted In remain no preparation ol .Mill
inoiiy, Mercmj or Opiiiie, but to consist uxclu
iive.lv of die healing aud eoidial v'utues of the
plant extracted and concentrated by a peculiar
The Ginseng lis long hnan kanwn to contain
powerful Medical properties. The vast amount
of il yearly shipped 10 China, and the repei t of
travellers who have visited that country, long since
satisfud the Medical Facalty that this ingenious
people Here in possession of some secret process
for ils preparation, by which thew were enabled
to cur many diseases of the Lungs considered in
cmable by Kurnpean Physicians. Hear the lesli
ninny of Dr. J . Lindlcy, Professor in the Loudon
'There is no doubt that the Ginseng has really
an invigorating and poweiful cflect; the viiines
ascribed to it by the Chinese are founded upon a
knowledge of its good effects and cannot reasona
bly be called in Question.
The great superiority of tlio Panacea overall
niher preparations heretofore used consists iu this,
tho I while ihey quiet the Lungs for a lime hy
tendering the in imru.ihle in the diseased1 action, it
ALLAYS TUB IRRITATION ITSKLF.
Tens striking at the root of the Disease. Ils ac
tion is to
ALL AV BRONCHIAL IRRITATION.
By this power it arrests, as if by magic the worst
Coughs, ofieu by a single dose. In proof of ibis
we refer to the following Voice front your uext door
Neighbois. 'I hey have experienced ill virtues on
teemselvcs and their families reasonable men with
in reach of all who designed lo enquire not men in
Maine in Georgia, but C'incinuatiani.
Mr. Fiihian, Fifih Si rent
Mr. Hartley, Friendship Alley, between Pike
Mr. William Parvin, Broadway1 ear Yealmse
Mr. T Ileino, Mr J A Shepherd, aud hundreds
ftirSolrl by GF.ORGE KAl'FFMAN, Drug
gist, Lancaster; D B Rinehail, Grocer, Lilhnpolis;
K Kalb, Rushville; N BCoulson, West Rushville,
and Olio II Mcrller, Somerset, Ohio"
DAVIS fi WILNERf Columbus, Ohio, Gencr
al Agents, lo whom all orders should beaddessed
October 30, 1846 6mi3
MSMAL LEY has just recoived a lot of FINE
FUR, CLOTH nnd OIL SILK CAPS,
which will be sold at very low nrices. Call at the
old etund, on Greeue's Corner, wesi of the Court
Lancaster, October 9, 1846 22
BLANK DKED3, neatly printed on the
best of paper, for sale allhis office
The preceding figure is given to represent tlio
I.NSENSinl.l! 1 KRsriHATION. it is llio great I', v :
CU ATION for the impurities of the body. It will
be noticed that a thick cloudy mist issues from ull
points of the surface, which indicates that this
perspiration flows uninterruptedly when we are
in health, but ceus,' w hen we are sick. Life
cannot be sustained without it. It is thrown off
from the blood and other juices of the body, mid
disposes by this means, of nearly ull the impurities
within us. Thy languuge of Scripture is, "in the
BLOOD is the Life.1' If it over becomes impure,
it niny be traced directly to the stoppage of the
INSENSIBLE PERSPIRATION. Thus we see,
all that is necessary when the blood is stagnant,
or infected, is lo open the pores, and it relieves
itself from ull impurity instantly. Its own beat
nud vitality are sufficient, without ono particle of
medicine, except to open tne pores upon tnc sur
face. Thus we see tlie fully of hiking so much
internal remedies. Allpraclitioners.however.di
rect their efforts to restore the Insensible. Perspi
ration. The Thompsouiiin, for instance stkams,
the Ilydrnpatbist shrouds us in wet blankets, the
llnmopatlust deals out iufinitissimals, the Allonn-
thist bleeds and doses us with mercury, and tho
blustering Quack gorges us with pills, pills, pills.
To give some ideaol the amount ot tlio Insen
sible Perspiration, we will stute that the learned
11 . jjuwi-iiiii"-!-, hooli intrii-. IU, IKV-L,,,!,,. ... Ill,
we receive into the stomnch, passed on by this
II.. I ...... .l.r... If nu..A.......ai1 flt.it 1 1 , 'ik.nl 1 ,1 a nl ull
menus. In other words, it we eutnnduriukui"iit
pounds per day, we evacuate live pounds of it by
tho Insensible Perspiration. '
This is none other limn the used up piulicles of
the blood, uud oilier juices L'ivine place to the
new uud fresh ones. To check this, therefore, is
to retain in the system live eights ol ull the mut
ter that nutnre deninnds should leave the body.
By a sudden trnnsitiou from beat to cold, the
pores are stopped, tlio perspiration ceases, and dis.
euse begin at once to develop itself. Hence, a
stoppage of this flow of tho juices, originates so
It is by stopping the pores, that overwhelms
mankind wilh coughs, colds, mid consumption.
Nine tenths of the world die from diseases imlti
ced by a stoppage of tho Inseiisiblo Perspirutinu
Let me ask, now, every candid mind, wlint
course seems the most reasonable to purine, to un
stop the pores, utter they are closed. Would you
give physic to unstop the pores? Or would you
apply something that would do this upon Ihesiir-
tar.o, where llio clri"2ing nctunlly In! And yet 1
know of no physician who makes nny external
application to ellcct it. ludar tliese circuinstaii
ces, I present to physicians, and all others, McAl
ister's ALL-HEALING OINTMENT, or the
WORLD'S SALVE. It has power to restore per
spiration on the feet, on the head, around old
sores, upon the chest, in short, upon nny pin t of
the body, wltotlier diseased slightly or severely.
It ha power to cause nil external sores, scrolu.
ions humors, skin discuses, poisonous wounds, to
discharge their putrid mutter, nud then heals them
11. is a licmedy that sweeps oil the whole cam
logue of cutaneous disorders, and restores the en
tire cuticle to its health v functions.
It is a Remedy that forbids the necessity of so
ninny anrl deleterious drugs taken into the stomach
It is a Kcmedy that neither sickens, gives iiicou
voineuce, or is dangerous to tlie intestines.
It preserves and uelends tho surlucn Irom all do.
laiiL'emeiu of its functions. The ru. litre is the
outlet of five eights of the liile and used up mat
ter within. It is pierced with millions ol opouings
to relieve tho intestines. Stop up these pores,
and DEATH knocks at your door. It is rightly
termed All-Healing, fur there is scarcely a disease
extornal and internal, that it will not benefit. I
havo used it for the Inst fourteen vein's for ull dis
eases of the chest, consumption, liver, involving
the utmost danger und responsibility, nud 1 de
clare before Heaven and mini, that not in one sin
gle case has it failed to benefit, when the patient
was within the reach of mortal means.
1 have had physicians, learned iu the professions
I have had ministers of the Gospel, .lodges on the
bench, Aldormiui nnd Lawyers, gentlemen of tho
highes erudition and MULT ITL'D ES of the POOR
use it iu evory variety of way. und there has been
but one voice one united, universal voice say
ing "McAlister, your ointment is GOOD."
Consumption. It can hardly bo credited that a
solve cun have any oiled upon the lungs, seated ns
they are within the system. But if placed upon
the chest, it penetrates directly tu the lungs, sepa
rates the poisonous particles that ore consuming
lbeni,aiid expels them from the system.
I need not say it is curing pei-sous of Consump
tion continually, nil hough wo are told it is foolish
ness. I care not what is said, so long us I can
euro several thousand porsons yearly.
Headache. Tho salve has cured persons of the
Headache of li years stnniliug, and who hail il
regularly every week, so tlmt vomiting often took
Deafness uud Ear Acb . are helped willi likesuc
Cold Feel. Consumption, Liver complaint,
pains in the chest or side, falling oil' of the hair,
one or the other, always accompanies cold feet.
The Salve will cure every enso.
In Scrofula, Erysipelas, Salt Ithcinn, Liver
Complaint, Sore Eyes, Qiiiucy, Sore Throat,
Bronchitis, Broken or Sore Breast, Piles, All
Chest Diseases such as Asthma, Oppression,
Pains also. Sore Lips, Chapped Hands, Tumors,
Cutaneous Eruptions, Nervous Diseases and of
the Spine there is probably tin medicine now
known so gooil nud us for Burns it has not its
ecpiul iu the world!
Pimplvson the Face, Masculine Skin, Gross
Snrfaco. Its first U'dion is to expol all humor.
It will not cease di awing till llio face is free from
nny matter that mny be lodged under the skin, and
frequently breaking out to the surfuce. It then
heals. When there is nothing but grossuess.or
dtill repulsive surface, it begins to sullen ami soft
en until the skin becomes as smooth uud delicate
as a child's.
H'tirvis. If parents know how fatal most med
icines wero lo children taken inwardly, Ihey
would be slow to resort to them, Especially
'mercurial lozenges,' called 'medicated lo.eingos,'
"vermifuges,'' pills, &c. The truth is, no one can
tell, invariably, when worms are present. Now
let ma say to parents, that this Salve will always
loll ifa child has worms. It will drive every ves
tige of them away.
There is probably no medicine on llio face of
the earth at once so sure and so sale iu the expul
sion of worms,
'Toilet. Although I have said little about it as
hair restorative, yet I will stake it against the
world! ' They may bring their Oils far aud near,
nnd initio will restore the hair two cases to their
Old Sores. That some Sores are nu millet
to the impurities of the system, is, because they
cannot pass oil' through the natural channels ol the
Insensible Perspiration. If such sores are heuli.d
up, the impurities must have soma other outlet, or
it will endanger life. This Salve will always pro
vide for "iich emergencies.
Rheumatism. It removes almost, iinmedi ttelv
tho inllama'.ioii nnd welling, when the pain of
Fevers. la all cases of fever, the difficulty lies
iu tho pore being locked up, so that the bent aud
perspiration cannot pass oft. If the least moisture
could be started, the crisis has passed and tho dan
ner over. The All-Healing Ointment will in all
fuses of fevers almost instantly unlock tho skin
uud bring forth the perspiration.
Scald Head. We have cured enses that actual
ly defied every thing known, a well as the abili
ty of fifteen or twouty doctors. One man told ns
he had spent $500 on bis children without any
benefit, wlicu a few boxes of the Ointment cured
Corns. Occasional use of the Ointment will
ulway keep corn from growing. People need
never be troubled with them if thoy will use it.
As a Family Medicine, No man can measure it
value. So long as the star roll along ever the
I leavens ao long as man treads tho earth, subjoo
lo all infirmities of the flesh se long a disease
and sickness is known just so Ion will this good
Ointment be used and esteemed. When man
cease from off the earth, then the demand will
cease, aud not till then. '
JAMES McALISTER, Sf CO,
Sole proprietor of tho above Mediciue, Price
25 cents and 00 cents.
A llie All-Healing Ointment has been greatly
couuterleited, we have giveu this Caution to the
public tltat' no Ointment will bo genuine unless
the names of James McAlister or Janet McAlis
ter Co.; are wbittk with a in upon tvmr
lubcl." . .
Now wo hereby offer a reward of $500 tobe
paid on conviction in any of the constituted court
of the United States, of any individual couuir.
lulling our name and Ointment.
A. 8. HENRY General Agent for' the State.Aslx
For sale by Bury & Beck, Druggist Lancaster,.
H.&.J. Leonard, Merchants, Basil, E. Gohoguni
Druggist, Baltimore, John Woodyard, Grocer,.
New Salem, K.' Kalb, Druggist, Rushville, R.
Mitchell, Now Eeudiug, Asbbatigh & Beery Bre
men. August 20, 18 10.
WHO now complains of ill health, or talks of
heavy doctor bills, nhen comfort, ease, peace
and beahh, are brought with "HIBBARD'S f'AM'
ILY PILLS, io almost every town or hamlet in-
KEV. B lllBBAUD,"the proprietor of there
excellent V gclublc Anli Bilious Pills liavint been
in the practice of testing lire power of medicine on
die sick lor the last tuirty years, presents With com
fidence this almost sovereign remedy for the worst
cases of Chroma Dispepsia, Costireness, Dispeplic
Consumption, Bilious Cholie, Erysipelas, Mhema
tism, Sick Headache, Piles, Lirtr Complaint, Dys
enlary, Nervous Debility, Palsy, Pleurisy, If onus
and many ntltrr iiisears wniru tlie unman lamily
are sfllicied, and aski that he may have the privilege
of oflroding relief lo tlie suffering millions, by the
use of bis extraordinary specific. 1 o prevent baud
they art sold alone by regularly authorized agents
whose names will be published in the county paper
Ahknts rna r Amm.i.D County
Bury 4 Berk, Lancaster; C O Wilton & Co, Rn-li
ville; JN U Coulson & Co, Wed Kushville; S B
kV Padcn, New Salem; J Kemer, Millersport;
E Geobrgau, Baltimore; II Si J Leonard, Basil
David Holderuian, Amanda: J M Stage, Lock
burn; Robert Clourl, Lilhopolis: S S Ruel, Pirk
erington ilW and F A Thompson, Canal Win
PS Country Agents can al vay obtain new
uipply of ilie above medicine at Bury and Beck'
December 20.JI&IG 28ly
COMPOUND SI RUP OP
LIVERWORT AND TAR.
4 SAFE and certain CUKE for CONSUMP
TION of die LUNGS, Spitting of BLOOD,
Coughs, Colds, Asiliina, Pain in the Side, Bronchi
tis, Whooping Crmgh,aiid ALL PULMONARY
Certificate of Dr. H'm, J. Richards atwell kntnen
practitioner of more llian twenty years standing.
To all whom it may concern, 1 make the follow'
ing statement: Coatc'iotis that n may appear un
professional, 'I is only from a perfect conviction and
thorough knowledge of the essential benefit and
scientific origin of the piepaiatinu spoken of that I
feel constrained from a fcnse ol duly to comply
with tlie ropiest of the proprietor.
I am a most inveterate opposrr of quacks and
ipiack medicines in any form, and most fully coin
cide with the clause.! iu the Code of Ethic lately
adoped by the Medical Convention of Ohio lelating
particulaily to that subject; il may therefore be in
ferred that it is only from personal experiment wilh
ihs pretiaiation, and a positive assurance of its
beneficial results, that induces me lo recommend it
as being all that it represents itself to be.
The patient, Mr. Charles Wade, Sixth street,
Market Space, whom I allowed to try the effect of
die mrdicine, (hut which I would have done under
no consideration whatever had I not seen copy of
the receipt from which tlie medicine il prepared,
obtained from the Hgenl, aud which I am satisfied
is authentic,) was quite low with the early stage
,)l pulmonary consumption, lot which 1 had been
healing in the usual manner, though with less than
my usual success; at bis earnest request, and that
of his friends, 1 examined the leceipl, and was
sufficiently satisfied of ils scientific composition lo
allow the trial, and 1 am obliged to confess ill effect
was al least surprising, inasmuch that after ihe con
sumption of the second bottle my professional visit
were discontinued, though I frequently taw my pa
tient afterwards, restored lo perfect health.
I he preparation il called "Dr. Rogers' Com
pound Syrup of Liverwort and Tar;" and from the
examination of die receipt and Ihe success in my
own experiment, I (Iu conscientiously lecominend
il ai a useful and valuable medicine; nd I should
urge my brother practitioners to procure th receipt,
as I lee I convinced they will agree wilh me a to its
excellence, and will no doubt use it in their prac
tice, as I shall most certainly do, believing II to he
a most valuable aid in pulmonary cases that ba (Ho
the ordinary mode nf treatment. .
WM. J. RICHARDS, M.D.
Cidcinuati, On. 1, 1844.
ASTONISHING CURE! !
Of Mrs. Bknj. Smith, living on Ilia north side os
Ann street, one square north of the Cincinnati Hof
pual. Thi is to certify that my wife was attacked with
a violent cough, which settled on her longs and re
duced her so low Unit her physician could do no
mine for her. She exhibited piecisely the lama
svmpliiiiis its my daughter did before her death (she
having died n iib the same disease) and all our
friends were convinced she would live, but . a
slinri time longer. I wasai this time.reromuiemlcd
lo try Dr. Roars' celebrated Syrup of Livei
tvn.iand Tar. Wilh little or no hopes, I procured
a bntile of the ageul iu this city, and upon relum
ing I found my wife absolutely strangling with her
cough. I commenced giving large doses a tea
spoonful every hour, for forty eight honri which
raised her as by a miracle. I have sine adminis
tered it iu small doses, which has brought her to
the use of Hie fourth bottle, and she is now lining
her house-work as uual. I have not the slightest
doubt thai she would have been in her grave but fur
this invaluable mediciue; arid I retina my sincere
thanks lo Ihe eminent inventor of it,-and do most
urgently recommend all persens afflicted wilh any
disease of the lungs lu give it a tiial .
I certify that my husband's statement of my case
above, is an icily roirecl in every particular, and
most cordially join him ill gisteful thanks lor the
benefit 1 nave derived from this valuable medicine.
Cincinnati. Feb. I.'lth, 1815.
A. L.SCOVILL Wholesale Agent for ma
West aud South Southeast corner of 5th and Raca
Si reels, Cinciuiiaii, Ohio.
The above valuable mediciue are also for sale at
BURY fi BECK, Druggists,
Lanra .ler, June 4, 1847. Fy33.
CFTbo fuct is well known, thnt Brandreth'
Pills nre n certain cure in every form of disease,
all ha' ing the same root, whicli is impurity of the
circu'ating fluid, the blood.
In a period of little more than ten years in the
United Slates, they hnve restored to perfect
hliltii and eiijoymout ovoc four hunoreo
TtousANn persons who were given over as incu
rable by Physicians of the first rank and standing,
and in many cases when every other remedy had
'jeen resorted to iu vain.
The great secret is to have the medicine by
you when you are first attacked with sickness;
one dose then will hnve more good effect than
twenty, if you put it oft'until disease has enfeebled
the bodily power; therefore every individual who.
considers health a blessing, should always keep a
box of Brandreths Vegetable' Universal Pills,
where they can be sure to lay their hands oik
them when wanted. Twenty-five cent cannot
possibly be better disposed of. A valuable lile
may be saved, or a long fit of sickness prevented.
(fy- Beware or Counterfeits!!! The following,
lie the only authorised Agents for the lale of diet
genuine Braudreth Pilltiu t airfield comity :
A noes sox Si Mvert, ltxcasler, Joseph Ois
eut. Rnyallon, Peter Weiser, Green Castle, IsraeD
Gregg, Lythopolis, J. B. Kvani, irinrAester Petea
Shaver, Oakland,!, II. Sumlermaa Amanda,
Beery, Sugar Grove, slinangh & Beery, Bremen,
Cha'i (J . Wilson & Co., Ruslwille, Jesse Leolmer
h est Rushville, F. Brerk, Carroll. N. J. Bowrn,
Piikertngton, Cox k Read, Baltimore, Philip.
IIain,,fcojanfiu7e, I. B.&C. Padden, Safcm
Jocob Ketner, Millersport.
Lancaster July 2, 1847. ' lm8.
BLANK DEEDS AND MORTGAGES
PRINTED on fine paper, for sale at th
Gazette and Express office
For sale at the Gazette Ac Eipresa Office
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