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v Sat urd.iy Evrning, Mar ISM
l . Ihfiojskcb of Fkes-Tads cr Home
, Makufactkees. A cortespundi-nt of the
New York Tribune, our who has for many
rfara'rien., onmairod m thpr-Aal arid iftSU btwi-
vness in Peuulylvania. give, some general
facts which 'will prove of interest., It is
strange that men will vote for measure de- j
' signed to, cripplo the Industry of their own
'country. '"Nino-tenths' of those concerned
S i tli the Pennsylvania coal," says the wrlt
;.cr, 'jhavo cither been ruined--so far as they
went Into it or haVe suffered heavy losses.
' Many and many a time have I wished that I
hud , never seen an - acre of coal land, and
i there are thousands that huveto wish that
they had never expended a dollar on a to ad
.or pn a tanftl leading to it. . Were the coal
region and nil iu roads put up to sale this day,
ftVoulil not soil for half what it has cost.
Some : few have profited, hut tho number is
.very small, bib the number of consumers
who have profits by the losses- of the minor
counts by millions.
... '.'What you say about iron in true to some
extent, without doubt, but the difficulty is
that there U scarcely an alteration even
such as you suggest, that does not require ex-
jrenditure, and when men are living in daily
four oftlieslu'ritT, they arc unable to improve.
It is when men arc making money that lliey
improve thir machinery; and had we been let
jilnne re would at this moment ba making a
million tons of iron that could n e tJohii Bull
even under the proscnt tariff, and fivo years
moro would put iron out of reach of inter-
lerence. I know of one establishment that
cares for no competition, but the point at
..which it stands has been reached at a cost to
the original owners.as I am told, of $400,000
above .what they found themselves com
' polled to sell for. A 11 that is needed In this
country is that a man should have sufficient
brains and snindi'iit spirit to enable
him to. do something for the benefit
of hit fcllow-mun, and then you may set hire
down as a ruined man ruined, too, to make
tho fortune of some speculator who had not
Irainsto do anytliingof himself, and only
just enough to see the advantage that must
remit to him from putting his egg iuto the
nest of home one else."
' Sirnr.wn Foruery. A forgery was com
mitted the other day upon the firm of John
bctt& Co., Philadelphia, for $'J30:50. It I
appears tliat a stranger of prepossessing ap
pearance purchased, on the 20th of April, a
barrel of flour of the firm, and tendered a
100 note in payment, receiving for change,
a check on tho Merchants' and Mechanics'
Hank thus obtaining the signature for im-
fatiori, and a knowledge of where tho firm
No clue hosyet been discovered of the
forgor's whereabouts. For tho past fow
weeks, we have seen accounts of moro than
the usual number of cases of this specie! of
crime, QliJ in many instances, the perpetrat
ors have escaped detection. The result
will lead to a little more ciiro.
.. (& Tho chap who occasionally writes ed
itorials for tho Etiyk, in the absence of the
publisher, when no other person can be do
tailed for the service, had better get Dr.
Kreidor to furnish him .with an India Rub
ber suit, in order that thrro will be no dan
ger of a collapse, when his proportions are
swelled by reading his own editorials. .
OTTIio Etiyk is attempting to defend the
tax-law. A fter it has said its say, we Intond
comparing extracts from ttia Enik in 1852
and tho Eagle hi 1840 4. '47. Tho result
cannot but bo satisfactory to the Editor.
His change on the adjournment question was
lint surpassed In the way of celerity his
change on tho tax-luw, cannot be equaled for
Virginia; On accuunt of tho recent
demonstration upon the (Jovernor, fur his
pardon of Jordon Hatcher, tho question of
the removal or the Capitol from Richmond
is seriously discussed. One paper very sen
sibly thinks that the Legislature ought not
to seduce a city and then cast it off, to have
the samo Influence upon another.
8flAi.i Notes. The Maryland House of
Delegates havo passed a bill prohibiting the
circulation of bank notes of less denomina
tion than $li, and it is now tho luw. It pro
hibits the circulation of foreign small notes,
after October next, and those of the Stute
banks uftcr next March.
"Take Your Couhtv Paper" has become
an adage as freely circulated as it is right,
and men who have been asking favors of the
county press, while they do not assist in sup
porting it, arc becoming ashamed of them
selves by the force of public opinion.
Uom v's Uny's Book, for June, Is a beau
tllul number ami contains laQ pages of letter-press.
Now is the time to subscribe, as
the July number will be the first of anew
volume. The number before us is not only
beautiful, but usefully embellished, contain
lug several designs for cottagos and patterns
for needle work.
A Vktera.i.- The Wi.,'mrh Herald
saysthero is now residing In Brooke count v
a., an old pioneer named Patrick finss, who !
not only accompanied Lewis and Clark, in
their f'umi us overland expedition to tho Pa-'
cilk, in 181 t-lS-lA, but foughtwith Scott at
Lundy's Lone. His services procured him a
pension, upon which he very comfortably
lives a hale, weather-beaten oldman.whooe
iron frumo wo hope will brave the storms of
many winters more; and in whose blood
there is yet much of Us youthful fire. Hume
years ago ho published a journal of adven
tures in crossing the Rocky mountains,
which, however, is now out of print.
The A xsi versa ries. Friday was tho tost
day of tho anniversaries, in New York. On
that day tho Amcrcian Board of Commis
sioners for Foreign Missions, assembled at
tho Broadway Tabernacle, and the annual
report states, that since its last annual meot
Mig, 43 missionary laborers have been sent
M JoflBluF,vi"uly occupied,
and 6 to new missions. Thirty-three now
Ttj out to take heVdeparU
UTni V gotestothe
V Conrention, for Fillmo,,. lnr
- J" crca hM cennWd
.DO mars- lIia :..i....u "
- - ma km go ior Hcort
IflriuEc or Vocatiohs. For eight or
tea years put the State of Massachusetts
ha registered Births, Deaths, and Marriage.
The result are not only curious but emin
elttly"uefui, iu arriving at the Laws of Life;
the ratio of mortality, and re-production,
and the cause of physical decay, or progress
id given state of society. . '
Mr. Amass, Walker, Secretary of Stale,
bat prepared a Table of the vocaliont, as well
" the tgof thousand person who
died, between 1843 and 1850. Where the
number, in a class, are few, it affords no cri
terion of the ultimate ratios; but, where
there are sufficient number of persons to
give something like a general average, we
have valuable results. Then we have the
following table of average ages of Farmers,
Carpenters, Shoemakers, Merchants, and
Professional Men. It is pregnant with in
struction, as to the influence of vocation upon
Vo'-nlwn. . . Xumber Ac. Ays at Death.
Farmers . . 4,974 63.83
Laborers 3,283 45.39
Carpenters 6(3 49.28
' Shoemakers 1,011 43.07
Merchants 350 51 03
ProOlcu 313 57.50
A practice of this kind in the State of Ohio
would prove highly interesting and useful,
and would serve to show the contrast be
tween the average duration of life in old
and new countries. We suppose the result
so far as the influence of occupation is con
cerned, would be much the same: but at the
same time, we do not think the average life
of people of the West would reach anything
like the above figures. We publish the.
above comparison as a matter of interest.
The causes whichrproduce these results, will
be easily apprehended by any one who will
take the trouble to reflect upon the influ
ence of different vocations upon the physi
cal man, and in doing this, the mere labor
must not only be considered, but the influ
ence upon mind, family connections, inde
pendence so far as wealth is concerned and
Land Warrants Mr. Butterfield, the
Commissioner, has written n letter in reply
to some question! put to him by a Land
Warrant dealer, in which the following facts
appear, which may he useful to some of our
If the warrantee died after the issuing of
the warrant, proof of the fact must accompa
ny the warrant This proof must consist of
the certificate of a Probate tourt, under
seal, stating tho time of the death of the
warrantee, and giving the name of tho widow,
or, if no widow, of each and every child,
designating which are minors, and which are
The widow is entitled to the warrant. If
there is no widow, then the children are en
titled to it. If there are neither widow nor
children, the warrant is null snd void.
Odd Fellows. The Grand Lodge of the
State of Pennsylvania was to meet in Phila
delphia on Tuesday last. The Ledger suys
that matters of more than ordinary interest
to the members of the Order will claim the
attention of the body, some of which aro of
vital importance, The projected establish
ment of the Widows' and Orphans' Asylum,
which has been incorporated by the State
Legislature, and which will come before the
Lodge, will doubtless receive its sanction and
approval, and be carried into successful op
eration. It is proposed to have two institu
tions of this characters-one for the Eastern
Division, to be situated near this city, and
another for the Westorn, to be located at or
near Pittsburgh, in which the penniless wid
ows and destiluto orphans of deceased broth
ers may find a refuge from want and suffering-
' Overland Emioratior Tho St.
Intelligencer of Saturday last says that boats
from tho Missouri report that the tide of em-
iL'ratlon across the plains to Oreiron and Cal-
ifornia had commenced at all the principal
: A . mi... - i l
eiaruiijr puiiius tu vururei.. x no auvancuu
trains at lust accounts were from 250 to 300
miles on their way. The town of Kansas,
Weston, St Joseph and independence, were
all life and commotion. A few warm days
had hro'tthegrnssiip in sliuiidanre for a start,
and tho eager thousands wero off at the first
opportunity. The trip before them is ono
of great fatigue and
priviitinni hundreds will 1 r(,utlon fy'"?,1", recognize some familiar I notort fielding Und John EleMing, under the
I liv the wsv side Bn(l j '"'et one ho had seen before in "lands 1 fh-nvnnmo of fisn.mwo snd Sow, is dissolved by m
i j n o way u u u , ,, , niM. mnn'a r-vna lusl consent. The books and accounts sre left In the
doubtless sink down
never reach the goal ol their golden antici
pations. As a general thing they start in
good health, and with the experience of oth
ers ol loriuer voyages, many ol the Hard
ships heretofore attending tho trip, may be
lightened, and the rocks upon which others
A Oot'iur.F.ous LriY. Tho following is
told by a Philadelphia lett -r writer:
A luily named Mrs. A lister, whose hus
band went to New York on Thursday lust,
was alarmed at 10 o'clock last night, at her
residence on Ninth street, by a violent rap
ping at the door; anilon going to loam what
was wrong, the person cried oufliro," "fire"
"Your house will bo consumed in an hour
if you don't look sharp." She, with consid
erable presence of mind, looked about the
house, and not seeing anything wrong inside,
and remembering her husband had warned
her against admitting any one after ten, she
informed the person that he must be mistak
en ha then proceeded to break the door with
sn iron bar his object being to rob the
hou'C, knowing that Mr. A lister was away,
and that he loll a good deal of money behind.
Hlin warned him several times that If ho did
not desist she would shoot him. Ho thought
alio had nut nerve enough for that, nor could
he bo persuaded, until at length, when he
had almost effected an entrance, she flrod,
and suffered no more annoyance. Next
morning on tho door being opened, the steps
wero found besmeared with blood, and the
drops were traced for a considerable distance
In the direction of High street.
(iurmaiv Emigration Westward. The
Albany Argus says Hint the number of Ger
man emigrants who pass through that city
i every week and every day, for the West, is
very large. The boats from New York are
fteiuently crowded with them, and for the
week past, It is said, as many emigrant cars
kuuiu uepioiwed, were lu demand to
convey them over the central railroad line,
winch had carried at tho rateof3000 a week
of western Cierinan emigrants. The Argus
adds, that a mujoriiy l these emigrants ap
pear to bd in very comfortable circumstan
ces. .... , . ... . !
journrui. is KiiLKCT Walter Scott, in a
narrative of his personal history, gives the
following caution to youth wlf it should
ever fall to the lot ofyouth to pursue these'
"pages, let such reader remember that it isl
"with tho deepest regret that I recollect in
"my manhood the opportunities of learning
"which I neglected iu my youth; that through
"f very part of my literary career I have felt
"piiicliod and hampered by ' my own Igno
rance; and I would tt this moment give
"half the reputation I have had tbe good lor
"tune to acquire, if, hy doing so, I could rest
"the remaining part upon sound founds
'(ion of learning tnd science." . , ;
ftrltis stated that chloroform, when In.'
haled pure, occasionally produces death, but
iaketa is with atmospheric air, gradually, baa
. 'a LKket Xd,
- Among the noweroiM expedients which
have been resorted to in evading the 'Maine
Liquor Law, the following is the most Tn
genious; ' '
About a fortnight since, a tall specimen -of
'Yankee manufacture1 arrived in the good
city of Portland in the State of Maine and
established himself and luggage at the Elm
Hotel, l his lurcage consisted of a sma
Valise, anil lerira iiHL.niv Kav nntDinlnn
(for the inspectors had examined iu con-
tents) a quantity of books richly bound,
which the proprietor bad brought for the
purpose ot retailing about the city.
After seeing- bis oronertv placed in the
room allotted to bim, the pedlar made his ap
pearance in the office with a small volume
in his hand. He glanced bis keen, shrewd
eye around the room, which contained at
that moment no one but tho Clerk and my
self. "Fond of'reading!" inquired the pedlar
of the clerk, when be had finished his ob
servation. "Don't get any time to read," replied the
clerk, tartly, busying himself at the desk.
"I rather guess I've got a book here you'd
like to read,1 continued the pedlar perse
veringly. 'What is it!'
"Well it's a real good book; and just right
for the times, too, cause it'll give a man spir
itual consolation; and they do say that's
what a man can't get very easy in Maine
just about now.' .
'That's very true, out your 'consolation,'
unfortunately, my frienu.dues not happen to
be the right sort.'
There was a cunning leer in the pedlar's
eye as he inquired: Fond of the right sort,
4 W hen I can get it,' said the clerk, Decern
ing interested. .
Uuess I shall sell you this book, then.saiq
the pedlar decidedly.
' W hat is it you haven't told me tne name
of it yet!'
'It's tho Pilgrim's Progress.'
'Oh, brother! I've read it a dozen times,'
'But this is an entire new edition.'
'Oh! it's all the same.'
Oh! nonsence I don't want it.' And so
saying, he commenced writing again, visi
Suy, you, better look at the pictures
continued the pedlar, thrusting the book un
der his verv nose.
This movement had an astonishing effect
upon the clerk. He jumped off his chair
a dj began to examine the volume eagerly;
Din muen 10 my surprise wiiuoui opening u.
Then seemingly satisfied with the scrutiny
he asked the price and purchased it.
'Suy, you, said the pedlar, after the bar
gain was concluded moving towards the
door 'Say you, if any body else should see
thut book and want to get another just like
it, send 'cm up to No. 73, and I'll accommo
date 'em just about as quick as they please.
And exchanging a very queer and myste
rious look with the clerk the pedlar vanished.
'What on earth made you buy that book
asked I of the clerk, as soon as he had gone.
'See here, a moment.
I advanced and looked over his shoulder.
Turning up one end of the book, ho removed
asmull slide, and discovered a stopple, wmcn
he unscrewed, ond then handed me the book,
which I applied mechanically to my mouth,
'What is it!' asked he laughing.
'Brnntly by jingo!' exclaimed I, pausing
to tako breath and making tracks for the
'Hallow! where are yon going!'
'Up stair; it has just struck me that the
Pilgrim's Progress will be an excellent ad
dition to my library.'
The next day the pedlar s stock was ex
SlRARQE IscOHUISTENCY. ThctO are many j
men and Women too, foT that mattor, Who ;
wonhl han.HR a watch worth twentv-Hvo doU !
.. . ....
ors, with the utmost cure, for fear of de-
ranKing its mechanism, wliilu tlicy would not
hesitate to lay rough hands upon tbe feelings
of others, worth twenty-five yi-nrs of happi
ness. Many a man there is who would turn
to let the reptile-live, who would not scru
ple to set his foot upon a human heart, and
crush it many a lady who would deem it a
sin to rulllo a luce cuii. is not slow' to rend
: the more exquisite net work of the human
' i .
Arrr.cTiNti Scene. A letter from Now
York, dated tho llith inst., rclutns the fol
lowiiiir afTectlnif scene, which took place at
the Anthony stroet dock. A grey headed 1
nun of eighty hud just landed from an etui- j
muni uViin lla t.iobii.l A n irur l In Overt, di. I
were so dimmed with age, that were his dear-
est friends within a yard Of llim lie could
not know them.
At Inst he heard a voice
and although ten years had passed since lie
hrard it before, it had a niiigic ellect upon
him. "Ah," suitl he, "that is Mary my
daughter!" The next moment they wero
in each others embrace, and wept tears of
Remain! Found The skull and bones of
a human beimrwere riicent.lv discovered be
tween the walls of two old buildings, at El-
lenville, Ulster county. New York They j
were untler a large stone, in a state of great
docay, and when exposed to tho air crum-j
blerj to ilust. it is said thnl a pcdiiiar named :
McCarthy, who had a large quantity of mon
ey about him, disappeared very mysteriously,
one night, about twenty-five years ago, neur
that pluce, and these bones are supposed to , do well and save money by calling on him before mak
be his remains. big their purchases, aa he Is determined to sell cheap.
, A wrtcA- warranted. A. WHITK
An Effort to Improve Mexico. A con- . JDHUlNO.&c.-Ilouse SpotiUnic and Koof
. 4 i , i , i ! imr.'proparedsnd put up on tha shortest notice, la the
tract has been entered into by the King of ; .n.l.t tfte very lowoat rates. A. W.
Delgluni and tho Mexican Government for
transporting 60,000 Belgians to the interior
of Mexico, where they will receive Umli to
trttle on, or wor. for Mexican land holders on
... no. ,Ln...i t
IW,"" , """"7 MI..U.UUM ,mv., ipbicingenersl. ISAAC CHUKCH.
New York who earn their own subsistence by r Unrsster, September 28, Itvsi 01
tho work of their own hands. The average '
wages of the fifty thousand Is threo dollars Tn() N t.ADIES, sndtkeal)kthroughst.rge
, i ,1 Ww and splendid aasoiUnent of DvossCioods.ombrsr.
per week; but there is a large number who , M ,d popular atylos now In fashion
get only one-half, and some only one-lhird I many of them entirely new and truly elegaut.
AisoKoour industrious and frugal forefsth
crs.it was maxim that a woman should nev
er marry until she spun enough of linen to
furnish her house; and from this custom all
unmarried women wero called spinsters, an
appellation they still retain in all law pro
ceedings. Apprehended Famine in Greece. A re
cent letter from Athens says that great scar
city exists In Greece, and, In consequence,
there is much suffering. Tho government is
making large purchases of cumin Turkey for
distribution among tho pooplo. .
Brown Bread. Take Indian meal sifted,
and ' flour, equal parts, a cup of yeast, two
"poonl'uls of molasses; scald tho meal, or
wrt il w'tl warm milk or water; add a little
salt, and place it in pans to rise.
. OirTho Chicago Journal says that four
young ladies near that place have just got
uiuriiBu.Bnu immeaiately set on with their
husbands to California.
(TA little hoy, about year old, son of
Mr. John Dunlap.of Union township, was
drowned on Sunday last, by falling into a
tub of water. Ancienl Aletropoii.
Tbe general appropriation bill, recently
passed by the Pennsylvania legislature, an.
propriates within a fraction of five million
Liqoo ro the Ton The Newport (R.
I.) News, announces to the visiters to that
fashionable watering place this summer, that
they ban obtain "just as much liquor as they
want, and just as freely" as ever, in spite of
the Maine Liquor L Rhode Island.
" (KrA gentleman popping his head through
a tailor's shop window, exclaimed; ''What
o'clock is it hyyour lapooara, opon wun.p
the tailor lifted up his lapboard and struck
him a blow on the head, answering, "it haa
just struck one."
rtTA California bear was received at St.
Louis on Thursday
K is said w oe one oi
the largest and most powerful of his species.
He weighs, according to the statement of his
owner, about 3000 lbs.
(rThe Syracuse Star states that a high
ly respectable young lady of that city has
been sent to the Lunatic Asylum in conse
quence of insanity caused by attending the
rappings in that city.
(K7"A company has been formed in Lon
don for the manufacture of printing type
from wire. It is said that it will last sixty
times as long as common type, and cost
ft7"Several of the Shanghai chickens now
exhibiting at Masonic Hall, in Cincinnati,
have been sold for 10 and $10 per pair.
0O"W are indebted to Senators Wade
Chase and Bell for valuable favors.
N CIV E8TAULI8 II M EJiT.
rlty Grocery Store.
milK umforsitned reaoepffullv informs his friends
J. nd tho public generally, that he haa opened I
ia:w tjiiocrHY cstablibhmknt tuiour ine anovu
name in the Qneevnmri Room of Thotmu U. H'atff,
nearly opprndte the Philadelphia Commission Store,
Lancaster, Ohio, where ho will constantly keep on
band a general variety of Orocerlrs. such aK '
The very best of Rio Cotfee, New Orleaos Sugar,
eruthed, Powden-d and If Hucars;
New Orleans & Sugar house Molaaaea: Sugar-bounc
Syrup and a aupertor article of (lohk-n Syrup;
Alo. a fine lot of Black, Imperial and Young Hy
on Teas, which I know can't be heat:
- liice, pepprr.Spice.cloves, cinnamon, nctmeea.icc.;
cavendiah and ahc twiat tobacco, cut and dry tnbaco,
and s large assortment of Began: a fine lest of Fruits
such as lemons, Oranges, Figs, currents, AlmonJa
and Brazil Nuts;
. In concluHion, any thing that can be thought of in
the Grocery line, you can find by calling at the city
You Kill find there, also, a superior article of bran
dy and imported winea, which will not be aold in leaa
Quantities than a quart, and a general assortment of
motions alwaya on hand. .
would, there-tore, moat repectfully request mv
friends from the country to give me a call, aa I will
furnish them with good articles, and as choap aa they
can buy them any place elae. Give ma t call. Look
for the aign crrr ohockhv stork.
H. A. GEBELEIN.
TIDE undersigned will arrive in Columbus, Ohio
. by the last of M irch, where he will engage in
the practice of hia prolosaion. All those indebied to
bim In any way, snd all having claims against him aro
respectfully requested to present the same either by
letter or person for aeltlemenf.
Olliceon High alreot, opposite 'he n w State house
JONATHAN FLATTERY, M. 1).
March 18, 186S. . 2m46
ALL persons indebted to the late firm oC FHAXK
le CO., are hereby notified to call and settle the
same it tho (ilnce ofG. teinman. J. P., Lancaster,
Ohio, as nn othor poraon is suthnrled to give recelpta
AH accounts, notea and duebllls, have been assigned
to the aubicrlher, snd left with the said G. Steinn an,
J. P., for collection. L. H. SPRINGER.
Ap'il 22--Sw6l OfCincinnatl.Ohio,
OH.S! OII.N!! OII.8!;!
Justrocelved at the Old Drugstore,
Qfsfs (;sllns Tanners Oil S barrels Spurn) Oil
OUVI mi ilo flaxseed do 1 do Sweet do
I barrel Lnrd do 4 do Turpentine
Capal, Coach and Japan Varnish.
Lancaster, July 1 0. KAI'Kf'MAN kCO.
poacd of mv S nek of Drucx, Mydlines. &c,
ta Mr. L. Hlooum, all thono indttbted to mn by
notaorotlierwiau are oarneatly Invited to rail and
8111 1H TnH ntiiiin, i wihii ut !iniii"i u i iu inr nnnririi
IMatim. .nl nruAu i..,innllinra u.Irh (hi. Y.x.
1 K s. ' J r 'n t.ik.J a-
I tiuuni Will savn riwi sj,ihi aruuuin, a hum luui-uityu uF
I thn ftM firm nf DlfRV & Bv.Clf. IltllKt allin attln thflt
accounts' and notoa immediatoly 1 will btf found at
tho old itand. .
T?th T TJ!' who r0,
i inoirctiuiom ior so many vears nasi, i cive mv Tnansa
OflOUGIi O. HECK.
Lancaster, January SI. iltVwtfM
FUUITI FRUIT H FKUITIII
Jnal received l Hie rilil Drnat Store.
fl fiT Boxes Layer Italslns,
J-l- 10 " liuncti
IS Drums Saltans "
!0 " figs,
15 Jars Prunea,
I Box Vermacllla.
Lancaster, December 18. KAUEFMAN le CO
W INDOW Jf,.SS.-W hall boxes H by to
snd H half boxes 10 by 13, McCully's superior
Window Olsss for sale by
OTTO W. KRAEMER.
Cash paid for broken disss.
Uncsstcr, MsyWUHM 4
i 'L 'rT '
I The business will hereafter he conducted by the un-
: dsirsljnrd, who roapuctfully solicits a ronlinnsnro of
I the patronage of the public.
Isncaater, April iu,ino
IOtIK HF.RF, NFIOIinOllf-Whatmakes
i you wearthat exceedinalyold Halt Vn you not
: know that M. SV1AI.I.EY hss rereived the latest Fall
Ityles of Haiti Also, sll kinds nl' CAPS, lismem
ber the piace,oppnsit the Tallmadge Houso, & call in.
l-aw-asti-r, sotpninlier 215, IH8I. 9'
NKW, CIIKAF, CITY TIN SHOP.
rTMIE subscriber having located htmself in the city,
J.e'ndurSmg "ou'tyTtnu no .."now
opening a Shop on Columbia etreet, IVeidiule, three
W-s Xorth !f Main, for the manufacture and aalo
Tin, Copper and Hhect-Irou Ware,
Where he Intends keeping, st all times, s full snd (jenj
oral assortment, which will be aold on the most liber
al ,an.. UnK.n. h.. n,ini, . vt If-L,. In hi.lln. W.lllll
Lancaster, Ohio, September 4, 1851
. Now Family Grocery.
rHE undersigned haa just received snd Is now n
pening on the Sontheutt corner of Colamhut and
'heeling ttreett, swell selected stock nl' family
roceries, Confectlonsries, (tc, which will bs sold
low. lie solicits a can irom ins oiu menus ann me
Esoveinber o, inoti. n, i niassi.
TDK undersigned Is Just receiving, st his rooms,
beautiful lot of Platea, frames snd Cases, of sll
qualities. Irom l-ltl to the 1-9 plate a se, which he
I will nil with Dnguerroiyprt unaurpssed In ihe beau
til'ul art and st orices Ihst csnnot fail tn please.
All arecnrdially invited to csll sod examine for
themselves. Doors open st til hours.
Lancaster, January Sd. . L. FELLER.
- To Carpenters nnd IloncI!itilder.
WE would invito the especial attention of persona
shout building now Mouses and Darns tn our
large and extensive assortment of HOUSK-BV1I.1)-ISO
MATKRIALS. We have now on hand,
9(10 Kegs Junistt Nsils snd spikes. 1
I2.IMHI lights KxtO, HM1 and lOxM Window-sash,
60 doen Door locks snd latchea.
til HI boxes HxlO. 10x1 J snd tuxU Window Glass,
1000 pounds Fil'd strap Hinges, he. fcc.
March, 33. EFF1NOER, VI1ITF, fc LATTA.
GILBERT DEVOL and A. C. L1VINORTON hav
Ing purchased the interest of Joseph Kurtrmtn,
will Inlntnrecarry on the Foundry Mir) Machine
Business, tt the old atand West end of main-street,
under the Arm name of (I1LRF.RT Df.VOLfc CO.-
Th new Brm Is to settle snd psy sll the debu of the
old firm tJILBKRT DEVOI,
ANDREW C. LIVINGSTON.
Lsnruter, April 15, IH6I I
i. - . 9,0OO Rewnrsl.. .
"fATPVTSn alnceihe science o'Medtcrae dswsed urwn
ll tha werlil, haa toy thing been found to good tor
couth tad solus ss aosrsi caran sasiit. ww sees
taWrecsived this day by E. L. 8LOCUM. :
' Tmdg!at,'Lanratr, Ohio,
Sols Agett for Fairfield county. h'ov. iO.
Fi'tm txtti'r mil mh; ma
GF.OROK t. KCKF.RT tnirmdnuM st Ml new
sund on Main tlrttt, in Btaiibtrrtft Building
two deori k'atl Iht Ilorkixg Valley Sank, when
wltl be found Mtiiiifcl- t general aismtinsnt of- CAHI
NKTKUHMTUKK. which is admitted by ill Ub.
lb Isrgstt tad rhspw rar briars kept in this plire
i tht plainat tq the Jin- u
C, srt.coiniilinK of fa '
H.t I. -J0yA, solid Mahogany -Qjk,
CHAIRS, Trte-t-tetes, Dinni. TABLES. StuiJi, Bu
ruua nt fine BottitenHt. ftr. ae.
CINCINNATI FURNITURE -Ho will also keep
oa fcsnd innersl wnrtment of Clnrlnntli Furniture
which will be loldtta amall advance upon cily prices,
thua obviilint the neceatitv of ritizena ininc elta-
wiwn buy rarntture. by makina n t their adran-
to surchaae of tho suhacriher. irrin lhain
.;.hAr - B..itv m,.,lf.,, . ,...." ,j
by roe will be warranted to be well made uid durable
A GOOD HKAltSfc is always In resdineaa'to attend
funerals. The subacribi-r baa now and hereafter will
keep constantly on hand Collins ready u.adn, ao that
he will be enabled to furnish them in s few minutes'
notice. Hcwill promptly attnnd fimurala any whore
in the countv without exti a charge.
Thankful for pa:.t favors, he respectfully asks a rnn-J
ttmiance-ot the putmr patronage. In the same mind
ing ia Mr. G. Smith's ("hair anil Bedstead factory; so
thatrustomerscan be accommodated in either line at
the same place. GEORGE L. BUT. EXT.
Lanranler November 1 I860. 8ti
Cl M. BT.ERY. having purchased the Interest of
S. Oeoran 1. Hitler, has associated with himsell
JOHN Jf.NKfNS and the business will in future hp
carried on under the firm name ol BEERY ft JENK
INS, at the old stand on msin-atrent, one door East
of the ChnckeTid Store and opposite Smith and Eck
ert's C hair and ( sbinet W are Itooma,
Ploughs! Ploughs!! Ploughs)!! .
They are now manufacturing a
S. large assortment ol Ploughs for the
Nvrytiii,nJ P' lnf? and Summer trade, audi as
a j..rsV.j. the f'sglo stool and Plough, the
WSreSfWXJfc Oownhead, Harahear. King's well
known sod Plough, Lang's, I ast Iron, Rushville and
other patterns, all of which will be made of good mi-
Moves Grntna nutl Ilnl low-Ware.
Tlie) iM.o Am. o.i na..u atio.i. manufacturings that "a dislin uit-hed profesf or of medicine in London,
largo assortment of Stoves. Grates an- Hollow-Wsre. : hn was aev relv alllkted with this complaint, find
Among their stoves may be mentioned the Buckeye ig everything cfso to fail; had ecourso to the Gas
State, Buck, Queen f ,ho West, I rel'orence and Pre- trie Juice, obtained from the stomachs ot living ani-
and are receiving Coal Cook Stoves from Pittsburgh;
their stock of Parlor and other stoves and their aaaorl
nmnt ol Grates will be found complete. They will
alw, vs keen on hand a lsrue assortment of Hollow-
un ...y.unlu, ,,v,.u, .t.y ku
nareot all descnptitms
of large Iron Kettles.
Thoy lisve now a fine lot
Conner. Tin nml Nheet-Irnii Vsia.
They still continue to manufacture.! the old stand, !
imniivd to An Uln.ln of
JOB WOIiK. both at the J-'oun.lrv ami Tin Sl.oi
p with I
earn and dcspaUh. UKBItY & JKNK
isaniaiici. III HI CM iri. inii eill
I kru to io'.a ak
P. 8. House Spouting made and put up st the short-
iMU topper. Brass, fewter anj ratit-iron
rr . .' " . .
taUcn in exchange lor any of the above articled.
rlMb loKarmeraluphf-rrtoforoj08tIrg botworn
name of BniKS & IU-.ksy has been dissolved by
-- M1...I.S. ''i
mutual consent The notes snd accounts are left in
the hsnds ol C M. He rv forcnllei-tion.andall know
ing themselves indebted tn said firm are rooueited to
call snd settle immediately
O. J. 1IITLKI1,
Lancaster March IS, 1852.
in i. Tixw.ittrii
TiHtle At Drtbrtchf-
RFSPF.fTfTLLY Invite the attc-rllen of theciti-
rensol Lan aster and vicinity, to their Urge
,. . .
Nstskftts if H-rlii n iicl Hitmmnr flnndu.
...... . x-.r.... -7
! Anaiiil snmni'Ulim ntrnrv f.riffu ftf utulna nnl
irrn and mnltiia in the Kutern markets, which liavi
hecn nJMfted with cveat carr aa to price and ;HalH
! & 0. M. ? 0,Il,,p "I'll!""""
esn sell West of tne Allghnny mountains. Weuil
niakeaddllii ns to our atork throuch the tea-nit In or
I der to keep our assortment full and complete. Tin
i public will ilo well In call and exatninu our stud
1 hefore buying elsewhere.
f We can say to ihu Ladies that our stock of
j Dress Coods, Kibhiius,Ununi-ts& Fnrnsolr.
' snd sll oth'-r sriirlos for Iholr use, aro very nlcp snr
'cheap, and will be very happy lo have you call sn
- examine our stock.
The Gentlemen will as usual find a heavy stock o
Cloths, Cussininres, VoHtings,
' anil a grost vsriety of other Goods suitable for theii
1 wesr We havo'slso a largo stock ol brown anil
bleached min-lins, diap rs. checks, tickings, lini-ns.
baggings, drillings, cottonades &c. Panama, leghorn.
pedel straw snd palm loaf HATS, boots and ahoo,,
: cotton varus, batinu:. wic'tintf. ke.
I Also, a large slock o( wall paper, bordering anil
wiikiuw Diimts; l arpeis ana Mailing.
(JhiNsware nnd Qucciiswnrc
: uf the best quality snd latest patterns. All you tha
I want a uire sott ot warn, will do well to como an
buy ut us.
Also. A full Stock of Crocciics
and every thing usually kept in otu linn.
irrWA NTED st alt times all kinda of country pro
1 dure, fur which the hit-host price will hi- p.. id.
l.t tiKL,!-. 11. 1,1 i i i.r.,
SAMUKL D. 1JIIKSUAC1L
Lancaster, April 1.1, IH63 60
Ovrrn iM'liiiiiic T"iiiieii) .
OVER HALKs Milllonof Toatamrnialahsve been
rerelted hy ihe Proprietor of McAlister'a ALL
from Phvsiciana the most
skilful a nd celelratid,
t-'ss 'mm Councillors learned
the law, from Judges of
elebritv on the Do n c h,
Vom lini..teis of tho Oos-
.i I, whose undevialing in-
-sritv have tnailu thrm
hiniiig lights in the psth
of Truth, from cnliuhtcn
isl Professors. Irom acute
Merchant., A from those
efeverv ststion. name
snd d ere" smong mankind sll of which, wilhout
on,, dissenting objection, pronounce this Ointme
As dsy b dav it unnl rriisivelv extends
of sction slonc the borders of our vast count
clrcululed throughout ila exrent, now evidences of its
power snd new pnsits of 1 a fill ary sre t-onlinuslly
developed. Three witliort of boxes, tpplh-d lo dis
ease within the last four years havn established the
tstoundiiiij fact, beyontttho power of cavil or cent a
diction, that It is isk-AU.ini.K in the cure of all Tu
mors, L'lrttta, Sorea. Hums, TettiT, 1'lh a. Scrofula,
Eryaipelaa, chilblains, scald Head, sore Eyes, (juiusy,
croup, Rhnuinstism, Uroki n Hreast. Aciu- in tbe face,
coma, fcc. It completely restores the Insensible tvn
sfihation, tnd by this mesns opens thosesvenues by
whii h nature intended to expel tho morbid ins Iter of
the body -thus is the s stum cleansed: the bloid pu
rifieih snd the tiesith ro lon-d
It aa power to cause all external tores, Srr0,ful
out tlumort, nnd Poitonout. urmtntlt to disi harite
theii piiti id matter: snd then heal them. It i rightly
ferine ' Ail llesling, for there is scarcely a disease,
external or Intern il, that it will not brno'lil. 1 have
lisdl itforthe last fourteen years lor all Ihe disease!
of Ihe cheat; consumption slid livorji ivolving Ihe ut
most dangerand responsibility! snd I declaro I e fore
ed to benefit when the patient wis wilhin retuh of
Heaven and man, inai not in one auigiv case nas u lan
J. Mc A LISTER. 141 Fulton.af., New York Sole Pro
prietor A. & S IIkxory, Agents for Ohio.
Sold bv E. L. Slocnm ami Otto W. Krai mer. Lancas
ter; E. Kalh.Rushvillei W.W. Heed, Carroll; M.Camn
bi 11. Pirkerington: jionard and Brother, Baail; A. ft.
MittholT, Lockville; baniuel Martlet, Winchester; J
Endslev, Lithopolls; E. (leohepan, Baltimore; J.CIay
nnol.N'ew Salem; J, snd S. Ilenbee, Amshdr; Psnfel
Hswkln.Sugsr Grove; Aahbaugh snd Beery. Bremen.
October 2S, 1S6I 9fi
- FIIF-SII DHITCS.
WF. are receiving from the Eastern cities t fresk
lot of Drugs tnd Medicines, consisting in part ot
f fTsisbe-t'lStrli. Oolum Chloroform
iWJ 75 ot. PureQuiniae Magnesia Calcined
25 ftt Eng. Calomel ... dn Carb
III oa "ulnh Morphine Ctntharldea
. a t Iodine' - Nitrate Silver Crystal
tde H'vdPotaast Lupulint
' iW do Sul Csrt Resit ' Boberlne, fcc.
With t full sto k to which we invita the' sttention
of Dealers, before purchasing. !ive tho Old Drug
Store t cilL ' - 6. KAVKFMAN fc CO.
Lancaster. July SI W&l 13
l'lro, I-'irr, lilir, l-irr Tli-r.
THE unilerslstied ss Agent or the CITY .INSV.
JtANCE COMPANY OF CINCINNATI, it pre
psred to Is sure property of toy detsripicut against
Iota or damage by VlRE.in the town of Lancaster
tnd vicinity. Otnca- Main Street, Foater'a Building.
be conducted with caro. The best material will be , m curc8' "ln, 01 l.ne ,V,,"ei1 Ma'
s i mas tiu iiss i'w sii inmi'u "vi Mini iit-nu inr rami. -
lhpv im at nil timpi prpran'd lo tin l! U
..- -a e- B
CntmO aarardlns Is A of Ctinrrw, In Ida raw
U4I. hjr J. S. UOUOIITON, N. J,, lh. M.rk a
umoa of Ui lltrit Court IU Uia keaUra
IHiUirt of (Smoi; liult. ...
Another Scientific Wonder!
GREAT OURC FOR '
Dr. J. S. HOUGHTON'S
or, ; vstimc juci:.
Prepared from Rekmet, or the fourth Stomach or
Tr tx, atua- directions of Bssom Lit bio, the
event Phv aioJngical chemist, by J.S. Houohton M.
T). Philid Iphia, Pennsylvania
This is a truly 'wnnderlul remedy forlndigest'nn.Pys
pepsia, Juandice, liver complaint, constipation, and
lVbilitv, curing alter Nature's own muthod, by
Nature's own Agnt. the (Gastric Juice.
J e"Hali a teaapoonfiil Pt I'Keain, Infused In water,
will digest or di,aolve, Fie I'ouudt aUoatt Btef
in ahmit two wm s, out of the stomach.
PEPSIN is tho chief element, or (ireat lgeating
Principle of the Gajtric Juice the mlvint of the
Fnotf, tho Purifm:, Prtiermnr, and ttimtUafint
Agent of the stomach snd Intestines. It is extracted
trom the iti
.lig 'stive stomach of tno tlx. imts lormtng
tural Gastric Juice in its rhciuici! powers, and fur
. .g. . r..... ..- .
nishing a complete and perfect substitute for it. By
the aid of this preparation, the painaand .evils of indi
gestion end dyspepsia are removed, just as thev would
bo hy s healthy stomach It is doing wonders for Dys
peptics, curing cases of Debility, emaciation, nervous
decline snd dvsp- plic consumption, supposed to bei n
! .i.n r.'i n-i...c..:...:r...:.lnH.n .....
1 which it is based, is in the highest depree curious and
I . SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE!
! DA RON ' 1EBIU In his celebrated work on Animal
! chemistry, says: "An Artificial Digestive fluid, ana
! logous Ui the Gastric Juice, nay be readily prepared
j from the mucous momlM-Mr1 of thestomaeh inf the Calf,
j in which vnrinuaaitich sof food aa meat and egga,
i will Le tofleneil, thatgnl anil iligrnted just in the
same manner as tlioy would lie in the human stomach.
i Dr COMBE, in his valuable writings on the "I'hy
('siology of Digestion," obseives thai "a diminution of
jtiedue quantity cfthetiastiic Juice is s prominent
oisis, wuit'il p wt'Crt w ni plan it xuc rcs.y ui .
Dr. GRAHAM, author ol the famous works on "Ve
getal I Diet," says: 'It is a rcmarkal'le Inct in phy
siology, that the tomachs ot' animals, macerated in
water, imnnrt tn the fluiil thn nvnoel'tv of flisjtnlvinir
various articles of food, anil of i-ti'.-cli"g a kind ofar-
Hftctatatgi'xHdn ol t'li-m In no wiseiliuercnt Irom the
natural dn-.-stive iroces:
, "''." '.he A"n'' ml grt s Descriptive cirru-
! '""R ai-...v.
raMn Xerrovs Dcrlinc aiitl Dyspeptic mnsuinptio i.
its of this advrttH mmihtiiit aiifHentiaN'd cprtiiicatcfl
, . .. ...,..
n"'; "," B.lv " m?r.".' !"n ' ',n. ' f '"'
i ,1 ,
T instil u-nri n.-fti'lv nil ilnunit-srss rauni mnA rho eneitu
wcro not only rapid mid wondorfiil, bur pm-nunem.
It in a gTi-at iXervtWH Avtilotc, nd paTlicu.avly
u sim iu ior U'tvincy ro nitimis awnrtUT, nvor com
; plRint, f,,ver am np Iwdly trratrd fever and
aiiun.iiria 1110 ovi
ifi.Cit of Oiiuiine. MMViirv. .ml
I other dniKS noon the Diwstivo Orns. alters Inns
Hii-kn-M Also, for excess inoo ing, and the too fr e
: with ii.tcmpemvre.
i tlil Stomnrh Cnmplaii .
j There is lin lorm ol Oil 8nmachramplaintn which
i it tlneu not s em to reach and remove at once No
j malt.-r how lad tht-y may bi it girrt instant relief!
i A single doe r -moves ali the unplesssnt symp'oms;
" snd il enl nei t tn be repeBti-d for a short timb to
make tuive omul ell ctsp'-rmsncnt. vurityof Silnod
?n'' t:"rn-! ."0l1!' nnc-u ".J" psrtlnilsr-
, W "well, it in t-.s... .of Nsusos. Vomiting cramps.
i soreness ol the p:tol tin- stomsrh, distress alter eatinu.
: low, cold state of she llloed. Heaviness. lownss of
spirit -i.il. st'iuiilencv, eiihiciation, weaknois. tendency
i I V u. . "
i,i iiivuri v. Mini-nil-, ac
L'r. IIOl flllTON'S PEPSIN, is sold 1-y nearly .11 f MJmHKers iu-e.maiac,r...w J
1...1 ... :.. i . u 1...M...II..:.:... ,i f.-k i lerns now IB use. can he fc und st the Hardware Store
the d--sl, r in linndvuis ft PopiilarM-'ilkiin-s.thrmiiih
out tin- i'niti-il States. It is prepared in Powder und
in lltiiil f irm and Prescription vials lor the use of
I'eie t - Ci'-rnlarn for thn us: ol I'hralclans, may
l"ol.biiio I of Dr. Houghton or his Agents. H'-M-ribing
the whole i roress of ni-i-parntion, snd uKine theati
; rhnriries upon H-hh-h the claims ot this nevrremi dy
i are uasen a- ii is not a
eiT't rejm-ily, no objection
bv Physiris'n, in resp,-cta-
can ne r i isen against Itausebv I'hv
hie strtnilingttihl i-i-,ular nractice. Price, $1 per tiotfle.
; , whs- svk Tins: l-.vi ry bottle ol the genuine
I'KI'SINb ar the written signature nfj. S. HOIHill
TON, M P., sole proprietor, Philadelphia, Pa. Copy
right and Trade Mark secured
J rSolJ b i II Druggists anil Di alers tn Medicines.
Jjci-fs--KDWAIID I, SI.OCI'M. Lsncasi;
Dn. J. M. Wilsosj, Newark;
ti-ni'p ll Kick ssnT, Circlovillc;
MarchCil. O. RoukstS, CoitiMuis.
Far the Cisco ef
COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS,
BK0M IIITIS, WHOOPIMi-iOIIGU,
CR01T, ASTHMA, AND
IN olfi-rlns to tlw con luuiut int.- justlv celebrated
r medv fonliseasos f f the tln-oat and lungs, il ia
not ur wish tntrille with the lives or health of the
MUrtod, but Imnkly to lav bi lore them the opiniona
! di.tincuished mi naed tome of tho e idencea of its
, susci-ss. from which they ran JiiJko for themselves.
We sinct-n ly pledge ouim Iveato make no wild as.
.- -,r j, .
seition. or false slati inentaof its etticacy. nor will we
t o . out any nope to still r ng humanity which facta
will nut varroiit
Manv profit's are hi re f;iven. and wo solicit sn in
quhy from the pililii- intnall wn publish, feeling as
B is C'
,. . . . f ,. : , ? , moot proit -.. in no vuiiai iu iit i inu sukjo. ss ihe.
sur d jhoy wi hod lh. in p. rlec ify reha le, tnd tho. Jnd cnronlete Specimen Hook ia rapidly printiri.
medicine v ortliy their
t (Onfiilence and pttranage.
t rom th
it i-tli-cts ill my own f.unily, oi in Ihe families of m
Tl is I hnve now done with a high degree of sails-''
taction, in case, both of i-dults and children, J
i naia uuni tt, as its tngudi, tits show, t poiveirui
remedv tor colds all, coin.-is. anil milinnliarv illsessea.
I A l.h r li Cl.r.AVI-.l.AiSD, M. U.
Brunswick, Maine, February B, 1K47.
J-Vom an Veomecr i. the Hamilton Mill, inthitelty.
Low km., Aupiiat 111. 1M4II.
Pr. J. C. Acr I have In en iiin-il of tho worst
Couch 1 l-vi r had in mvlife. hv vnurefTuvnuv Pvn.
tokai.," aril never fail when 1 have opportunity, of
1-,-iiiiiiuit-uuuig ii lUaOtnovs. lours. reMpectuiiiv.
8. r, EMMb'ON.
- lir'Read tho lollowing, anil sio if this medicine il
win- th s trinl. This patii nt hsd becouio very feeble,
suit Ihe ell'ect of lha inudicine waa uniuistakesbly
l'Nii j:n States IIotiilSasatooa SrntKus. )
July 5. IK4I). j
- Dr. J. C. Ayer, Sir: 1 have been stllieled with a
painful air-ctlon ofthe lungs, and sll the symptoms of
t "-' ' ,,a n;iiinpii.iii, lor more than t year. I could
no medicine that would reach mv case, until I
conmrnce.1 the use of your "CiinsKr Pkctokal,"
which gave me grsdnal relief, and 1 have been steadi.
1) gaiiimgstrnngth till my health is well nigh reston d
IN hilt, uing j our niedicin.', I had the giatilication
nf curing with it my reverend Mind, Mr Truman, of
Sumpier District, who had been sus, ended from his
parochial duties by a severe attack of bronchi-ia.
I have l.lessure in certifv ing these facta tj you,
And am, air. voufs respeclfullv, .
J. F. CAI.HOCi,of South Ctrolint.
TTThe fnlltiwinc waa ono of the wont of cues.
I which the physicians tnd friends thought to be incur.
: si le consumi tiont
Ciikstick. Pennsylvania. August M, ISVt.
I. C Ayer,-Sir:-I w as uken with t terrible rough,
brouplit on bv a cold, in Ihe beulnnlns of last Fehi n..
j and was confined to my bed more than 2 montha.
Coughing incessantly nightsnd day, I became ghastly
and palo my eyes were sunken snd glsssy. snd my
oreain very anon., innccu. I waa rapidly tailing. and
in such distress for breath, that but little hope of my
recovery could bo rnterlsini d. W hile in this situa
tion. friend ot mine, (thp Rer. John Keller, of the
Methodist church) bmight me a bottle of your Ci:kk
ar Pkctobal, which I tried more to gratify htm.than
from any expectation ol obtsining relief. Its good
edect induced me to continue its use,, sn 1 1 toon found
my health much improved. Now la three months. I
am wvll and strong, and cts attribute my ruieonly to
your great medicine, With the deepest gratitude,
yours, fcc. JAMK8 GODKREJf.
laKrAKtin'nT i.e. atk. cxciwit-r. i.owili.. mass
Bold m Lsnrsater y t. u Hiocumand Ur.M.. Krel-
. , 'j. -i . n,o ist ol Noptemner. ue Have on
n , . - - : . r-rtnling iiiatenai ol even-Ueacrip
Its sphere sr !-..r.--l .i.-layi d sn.we ing the roci-iptof your lnd ,,..,llnd hj pnOTr j H,n
i v.aml is Prep " 'HH 1 l't J rn epoitiinity of witnessing ,rnrPliiv , .i on niQI1,hs' tii
der snd byDrugglsts generally throughout the Slate.'! O ground Plaster, for ttle by E. D. BLOCUM
MsrchimSSa 3m46 ' . linctster, Jon. Sfl, 7
THIS IM Till, p. ACT, AND
WE HAVE JUST BKCK'TEDand opened si aor
old atand s very large and well selected Stork
Of Spring and Summer Good: ,
FOU THE LADIESt ' ' "'
IV E can boast, Hut w have aa nice a stock of dreaa
Koods, boHMst ribbana, parasols, glaves. ftess can
found in this city. W hays also a very extensive)
. ' Stock of Gentlemen's Wear "
Of almost every price and description. Our stock of
Doots, Shoes, If ntn, Cotton Vurm muslins,
- Hutting, ate. Ac.,
Is very farge and of the beat quality, '
Aa we intend doing almost an exclusive ready pay
business, we can oner great UducemeoU to buysra.
Call and exsmtn ourat--ck. .
ironcrf, Whest, etw, Rv, Oats, Wool. F)useesL
Itc, f ir which the highest market prise will be paid.
"Prfl ' JULIAN fc ULB1CK.
NO CU.UPKOMINK OP , CONSCIENC'.
JAMES GATES has just sdjed to his stock, st hi
old atand in the 'TaHnutdre Htmme." . a...-4
" ' -
WATCITES. rxocirn. T T. v e H- -
WABJ5, JEWELBT, e., J-
wtucahewili dispose of st aa reason-r
able orices as anv other aimilar stock
of the same quality can be purchased in the West
ern counrry. . -
His Wtlf clies are of th beat make and of superior
quality. His Clock sre of svery variety and of the
host manufacture. His lot of Silvoi-Ware iaes
tonaivo and cannot fail toplesse, His Jewelry is of
the most beautiful patterns and haa been selected with
He keeps oh hand, also, Cutlery, Canes. Looking
men Girandoles. Fans. Pocket Books. Brushes,
iiuava ana riaies, uviranni r-e,a. piuKicsi - mains-
lotol line stuionery snd s variet
loncrv snd a variety ol useful sad i
namental arjclea. - . - ;
He has taken special care in selecting his stock to
suit this market snd invites the public to csll snd ex
amine tor tnomseives. - utiw UA its-
Lancaster.June 13 6
fAITS OILS. AC. 1
CP pre White Lesd 8 hbls Venotlan Red,
GiV3J 10 do Red Lead, -1 de Yellow Ochre.
6 Kegs Dry White Lead, , 40 do LinteW OiV -10
do Litharsge ' 0 despi Terpentine)
100 lbs Chrome Green. .' ' 3 do Japan Varnish
ISO do do Yellow. . , 4 do Copal . do
2IKI do Amerirsn Vermillion 1 do sue coach dofte
just received and for sale st the city Drug Store Ute
(,.!. tlerk KUVVAKU U SLUCUM.
Lanrsrter. June 26. 1851 J
lii rV Bftfisnrt Fiiriory ltmvI
(1 KOnC, E SMITH hss removed hfs Cha ir and Btd
f sterif fsctorv from th corner of VYheelinl sJ
Columbus streets, to Stanbrry'w Building on Main
rtrret, two door Kat qf the Horhrng Valley Bank
and directlyoppcaite the Checkered Store. He has on-
largenniauusinesaano ibhsusscvs's on
hand the lareest snd beat aasoitanest ol
Il CHAIRS nnd HEDSTEADS
a; ? si ever before kept in this plsce ; consisting
ill I m psr-, -ot lane seal, cottage, dusiij,
Il I Fnnch.Rrrnli top, Village, commoa and
Children'a Cnsirs. Sociables snd Settee.
All descriptions ni BEDSTEADS manufactured, of
either Cherry. Walnut. Maple or Sugars
His work will all be made of the very best msterisf,
by good workmen snd of the lstest snd most approved!
patterns. It will he inferior to none manulactured
elsewhere and will he aold st the very lowest prices.
A continuation of the very liberal patronage of the
public ia respectfully solicited. ' It Is the intention of
the subscriber to keep s full snd genersl assort mert
at all times, so that lie will be enabled to sccommo
dste both old and new customers with anything in his
linn. In connection with his establishsaest i Ml- G.
L. Eckert's Cabinet tVare Room, so that customers can
be accommodated with all articles requisite to rom
ploto a full assortment of Household f uroiture. CaJJ
and see. - GEOHGK SMITH.
Lancaster, November 1. 1860. -2 .
TABIJIET 'AND CnAllTsiIOP, 7T"'
REMiiVAL. T. G.. Podsnn his removed his
Cabinet and Chair Shop rom Cnnaell's How, rs
the Room on lirond Street, South of I.yovif
tlroeery, and formerly oervpied by 1). K. Fiehel,
where he w ill continue t manufacture all articles ia
his lino as heretofore.
Collius en hand stall times, with S good hesrse re
attend :ttn.'rals in any pari of the county, it reduced
.rates. Thankful for oast Isvors, he n-spectfully so-
I lirits s contl uanco of public patronage, lie will -
lui-ur ' K,v" ri-ih-i.i HHia-iviiou, uuui.s u-g.iu. Jixfc
and quality of his work.
Lancaster, Apt 11 8, 1853 ' t Cm49
SIIOF.MAKFR'S FINDINOS.-The heat Ma
dra and Tampiro Moroero Skint, Red, Blue and
Yellow Linings; hindrngi. Boot Webb and Laces.
of . ... Kf'f'INOKIt Vt IIITE Jt LATTA.
Lancaster, October -TO, IBl - 46
I.ANCANTEK. MACIIINK ' FOUSDUY
DEVOL fc CO. sro prepared to furnish all kinds
JT. of Nteum F.nsrinns, upon short notice ami
at Cincinnati snd Pittsburgh prices.
Also, sll kin.ls of Mill (Jesting, Hoisting Screws,
R- gulsting Screws, Jack Screws; Fttllar's Screws snd
Mill Spindles of cast iron or wrought '" '
Rales and Driven, A-c. tie. '
Thiy will also furnish the' Pnrker Wheel fo
suit any head of water, and with either iron or wood
shall. Also, the Atkinson Wheel fit up as above.
The patent on the Psrker Wheel has expired ssdeost
seimently they can be had much cheaper. .
They also continue to make Devol's Threshing;
Machines, snd keep a lot constantly on hand; war
ranted the bust in Ohio, 'i -
All the shove articles will bo made with especial
care and by the beat workmen, snd will be warranted.
. All kind's of repariog done upon the shortest notice.
Thev also keep constantly oa hand, ALL KINDS OF
CASTINCS, usually kept in s Foundry. 'Thy kanra)
completed their frost ahop, so that those who call,
can examine their work.
They are also si this time manufacturing the I.a
fell Cook Nlove, which received the first Premi
um at the Ohio State fair at Cincinnati laat Call, sad
will keep them constantly on hand. .
The known quality of the work done st this estab
lishment lor many yeavs pastis the best gusrsntee that
in future, the subscribers will labor to desire Ihe pa
tronage of the public. They invite examination..
Lancaster, May M,1B6l O. DKVOL&CQ.
Wit PlMSir.' PA PEItTSo Ream rap Wrap
pinu: 30 do Crown;30 do Medium) lOdo dou'-le
Crown; -tl do Csp Tissue., Alsjhmvy Pasteboard by
inr. gross, tor sale bv unu v . ft.KAr.mtti.
- Lancaster, May 2!). 18M. "
"ciXCIJiNATI TYPE FOtTNOKY.
rpilK PATRONS of this eatabliahmv-nr sro In form -'A
oil that ita business will sutler ss little chsnge ss
; possible in consequence ol the deatn ol the late Agent,
i iur. norsce ncus. inor
ronlimm ch,reB of Ms
i .Mr. Horace Hells.
Tho merhsnicsl department will
iiieimrs. i I. ana nitMASt
, Wk1 , ,.,o whom, Ifort. it la already mainly indebted
lor ita preai-nt high sta'e of perfection, and no paint
will bo spared to render ita manufacture fully what
.1 i' ... l I . . 1 i I . 1
which we expect to have ready lor distribution about
namt t large ttorx oi
ion, including new
fressea, which we
me for rood notes.
or inalte's diacount of III per rent, from regulsr prices
for cash down. A II orders a- dressed to the Cincinnati
fype Foundry will mei f ith romp t attention.
foil7,Inc, bofofe ,ha fi, of Allg,lst no5t,tnd tending
r.. ill . A :?
U ouuiry papers puousning una aaveruacmrni
usacopy oflhn paper containing it. will be paid ia
tvpn an purchasing three times the amount ol this bill,
'Aprils. CIIARI.ES HELLS, Secretary.
JUST opening s fresh lot of Brushes of every des
cription; Combs, Ivory. Dressing, Tuck snd Side
Note I'spor. Csnh, Envelopes, Drawing Paper, Bris
tle fJoarils, Perfumery, &c,tt
luly 31 - U. KAUFFMAN fc CO.
GATES In the Tsllmadge House, hss got t fresh
supply of every description of goods ia his line
'too tetlious to mention.' .
Um.ister.Msy 29, 1851. ' '" '-' -'' v ' '
To the Public.
THE Agent of the PhilsdelphU CemmlasTon Store,
haa a largo lot of Roods which he is closing out
st cost He is going to Cslilornis with hi family ,
the m, ment he ran si ll out, sad of courts time U
precious. Corns along and help him oft". .
. , -- JOHN O.-WILLOCK, Agent.
FebriiaryflJBol. . -. . .... 4fc
NIN'EPENNY CALICO Tliia dsy opening at
Wise's 7(10 piecea of the prettiest pattcrna, beat
cloths, snd mast permanent solnra ever brought to this
msrket ,, . W.T.ISE.
nov8,I850 . oppesito Shssffor't Hotel
.Twine mitt C!n-rt:i(re, '
The largett stock ever opened in tha city.'
"YflA' Broom Twine 2Wis Cotton Seine Twin
4 UU 150 Wrspping do StXIdo Hemp do- do
160 Pounds Shoe Thread, 6 coilt Toning Rope.
Cords sed Fish-lines sny quantity, -..i
Just received and for sale by O. KUAFFMAN fc C
Lancaster, July 81 . ' - 13
. riioMjr.Nn i. lanps, -I
- i New-tnd desirable srticle recommendei I
V scosomy, comfort tnd avoiding gresss en Car
pels, fcc. They only need being seen (0 induca tT
one to purchase them. Tha public art invited to ctl
tnd see them st the city Drug Store.
. .Lancaster. June M, EDWARD L. S LOCUM.
pltcu or pa it iv ?.: 7,
ss n.rrels Calclnad Pl..l Kfl.U W.t.r I Im B0 lb