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: &)t Vtt Gazette.
CITY OF LAS CASTES:
Suidarar Cveuloy, Hov. , ISM
PbacS amd Wit.-Ill Peace Album,
'. GenV Scotti under date of Washington,
April 26, 1844, (aid that "if war be thenat-
oral date of lavage tribes, peace is the wan'
of every cit-Hii-ed community. ' War no
doubt is, under any circumstances, great
calamity; yet submission to outrage would
often be a greater calamity. Ol the two
, parties to any war, one at leaBt must be in
the wrong not unfrequently both. An er-
. rot , such o issue, is, on the part of chief
'magistrate;, ministers of State and Legisla
: tor having a voice in -the question, a crime
of the greatest magnitude. The slaying of
an individual by an individual is, in comptr
- ative guilt, but a drop of blood. Hence the
' highest moral obligation to treat national
iJifferenc.ee with temper, justness and fair
! ness; always to see that the cause of war iB
not only fust bnt rufficieh!; to be sure that we
do not covet our neighbor's land, 'nor any
thing" that is his;' that we are as ready to
. give as demand explanation, apology, In
- demnity; in short, we should especially re
.' member, 'all thinga whatsover we would that
men should do to you, do ye even so to them.'
This divine precept is of universal obliga
tion: it is applicable to rulers, in their trans
. actions with other nations, as to private in
dividuals in their intercourse with each oth
er. Power is entrusted by 'tho Author of
' Peace and love of concord,' to do good
and to avoid evil. Such, clearly, is the re
vealed will of God."
' . Such ia the opinion of a man who knows
, aemething of the evils of War; but your
.Militia Generals entertain a different view,
and we generally find such individuals most
anxions to involve countries, in hostility with
. -, , . ,
Important if Tkve. A physician, of Par
: is,' announces thathe has discovered the
means' of communicating to all persons,
born deaf and dumb, the power of hearing,
. by a treatment without operation, and two
or three years later of enabling them to re
ply, so that they can receive an oral educa
tion. He considers the great difficulty con
quered when once the patient hears as a
great majority of those who appear to be
born deaf and dumb are only born deaf; the
dumbness is the natural consequence of their
inability to hear other persons apeak, and
thus form words and sentences by Imita
Gold. The Sacramento Union says there
is nn exhibition at tho banking house, of
Mills, Townnend & Co., a lump of gold re
cently tnken out ,t Downlevile, which is
one of tho largest and handsomest ever
found in Call'oriiin. This splendid speci
men la nearly pure, and weighs two hundred
and four ounces and fuur dollar! The same
Jjria huve also another lump, perfectly pure,
which weighs 8500 dug near the same spot
as the above.
The Mkxicar Bochdart SunvEr. Mr.
Bartlett, of the American Commission on
the Mexican Boundary Survey, sailed from
.New Orleans on the 34th ult. He is on his
way 1 1 El Paso, or wherever the chiof ren
dezvous of tho commission may be. It is
iip)ot'd that Mr. Bartlott carries out to tho
members of the coniiniislon orders to abnn
don their labors.
Novel Suit. Te heirs of Robinson
Crusoe have instituted a suit to recover the
Island of Juan Fernandez, founding their
claim upon the ground that he was "monarch
of all he surveyed." The answer put into
tho suit Is, that he was never a "surveyor"
at all, but only a stranded "sailor," and ten
ant at will by circumstance. ' '
Going to Law. In the court of Sussex
county, Del., a case was tried in which was
involved a tract of land worth about 40; the
costs in the case amounted to about $360,
busidea the foes, vexation, loss of time and
patience. Another casotriedwas fordnm-
ages, claimed at $10, (or cutting a ditch
touts about 0400.
A Good Hit. Theodore Parker snys:
"Mr. Leaning-bolh-ways, is a popular poll
ticlmi in America, just now sitting on the
fence between Honesty and Dishonesty ,and
liko the blank leaf between the Old and New
Testament, belonging to noithor dispensa.
Central Oiiio Railroad We sue it
stated that $100,000 wrro subst ribud, a week
or two since, by citizens of Baltimore city,
to the capital stockoftlm Central Ohio Rai'S
road. This Is to be applied to ltd construe,
tion from Zanesville to Wheeling.
The Electior At the time of going to
press, we have no further returns of tho e
lection, except that we are unablo to pluco
Rhode Islrnd in the Pierce column. Mas
sachusetts is still reported for Scott, but
doubta aro entertained of Kentucky and
To Advertiter$.'Ve attention ofthe edk
tor having been devoted for aovornl weeks
past to political matters, that care has not
uveu given iw mo aoveriiHing Of partineiu of
the paper, which was required. We are
now prepared to execute all orders In thia
way in a manner that will repay ur custo
mers at least more than twico over.
OiTThat the Tariff of 1840 exercises a
most pernicious influence in the West, mny
be known from the fact, announced by the
Portsmouth Tribune, that for twoyear past,
thirty ofthe furnaces In tbo .Lawrence Jron
Region have been upon half work only,
which was equal to the winding up 15 of of
those establishments, provided the other
half continued at whole work. During the
time indicated, but one new furnace, aud
that under peculiar circumstances, ha been
To Preserve Eoos. Now Is 'The lime to
do it, and thore are about a thousand ways in
which it may be done. This is about the
best and easiest we ever tried. Hix one
bushel of lime into white-wash; add two
pounds of salt, hall a pound ofcream of tar
tar, and drop in your efltn gently, day by
day, untilyou have a many as the liquid will
cover. ... 7?
is estimated that
nine, hundred and
In thiyclhr "V0"" f -fr'tal "nployed
... porevueare uirectiy
upported by tha clothing trade
- TuKRAraasTWEEi England Aid Amer
ica. The London correspondent of the
National Intelligencer gives the following de
scription of the new project fur a submarine
telegraph between Great Britain and Amer
ica. The writer considers this new plan by
far the most feasible yet proposed:
We stated, a few weeks ago, that pro
ject had been formed for constructing a sub
marine telegraph between Great Uritain and
the United States, by a route not before
thought of, which would very materially
shorten the Hue of water transit, render the
transmission of intelligence much less liable
to interruption, and most materially tlimin-
Uh the coat of construction and repairs.
Wa have now mnn of tho orooosed subma-
rine lines before us. They commence at
tha montnorthwardlv ooint of Scotland, mn
thence to the Orkney Islands, and thence
by short wster lines, to the Shetland and the
Ferroe islands. From the latter, a water
lino of 200 to 300 miles conducts the tele
graph to Iceland; from the western coast of
Iceland, another submarine line conveys it
to Kioge Bay, on tho eastern coast of Green
land; it then crosses Greenland to Juliana's
Hope, on tho western coaat of that conti
nent, in latitude 60 detr. end 42 min: and is
conducted thence bv a water line of about I
500 miles, across Davis' Straits to Byron's
May, on the coast ol Labrador. iTom this '
Doint the line ia to ha pxtnnHo.I tn rtulp
The entire length of the line is approximate-
ly esumaiea at a.OOO miles, and the aubma-
riue portions of it at from 1,400 to 1,000
milPK Tho nnrnliar f,A r,i r.t t. i!n 1
beinff divided into several imhmnrma nor-
tions is, that if a fracture should at any time ;
occur, the detective part could be very lead
ily discovered and repaired promptly at a
comparatively trifliair expense. From the
Shetland Islands, it is proposed to carry a
branch to Berzen, in Norway connecting it
there with a linn to nhritlunn. Stockholm. I
Gottonburg. and Copenhagen; from Stock- j
holm a line may easily cross the Gulf of
Bothnia to St. I'eterttburch. The wholo ex
pense of this great international work is es
timated considerably below 500,000, but
to cover contingencies, it is proposed to raise
that sum by 25,000 shares of 20 each. We
confess that we consider this plan as by far
the must feasible one whu:h has yet been
produced for connecting Europe and Ameri
ca by the cloctric telegraph.
Allhged Perjurt in Naturalizing Al
iens. On Suturday morning developments
were made in tho Court of Common Pleas
respecting an individual who. fur several
days post, has been committing wilful and
deliberate perjury in open court, The ac
cused is named Schmidt, and during the
week he has been instrumental in getting a
number of aliens naturalized by swearing
that he was acquainted with them when ar
riving in this country, and that they were
under the age or eighteen years.. Dv this
means they obtained their "first" and "sec
ond" papers from the County Clerk,(George
W. Ripley,) and then, upon the oath of the
accused, the Judges granted certiGontes of
citizenship. While he (Schmidt) was be
fore Hon. Judge Daly, ubout taking nm ther
oath, his honor received Information to the
eiWt that the snid witness had not himself
been in the country a sufficient length of
tune to uuve Known these persona under the
ages required by law. Hence tho Judge or
dered him to be taken into custody, and ho
was sent to the Lower Police Court to await
further action. There are others who ure
said to have been concerned in iIiIh high
handed scheme of villainy ; and as the time
for nntiiriilizatiuii closnd on Siiltirtliiy eve
ning for this year, measures will at once bo
taken to bring thorn to justice. New York
Thr Cost "It cost our people 500,000
to elect Mr. Polk," observed nn Englishman
In New York, the other dav. "but we shall
expend a million and a half in the election of
"Ayaintt the imidiuus wiks of foreion influ
ence I etmjurit yon to Mieve me, wu fellow citi
tenr, the jealousy of a free people ought to be
eonimnuy awane,nce history and experience
prove that foreign influneno is one of the
mos: bauelul foes of republican govern
ment," said George Washington, a respect
able old gcntlomun our renders mny have
henrd of, who lived ubout the time of the
Ten thousand mnjority for Pierce, In New
York city, shows that the gold of llie British
manufacturers and continental capitalists
was well expended. Srio. Uat.
Railroad to the Coal Regions The
vast importance of a railroad to the coal re
gions of tho Hocking Valley is pressing it
self strongly on the public mind, and soeins
to demand the prompt attention of capitalists
and business mon. Already meetings have
been held and the subject has been discuss
ed. To-day we give Iho proceedings of a
mooting at Noisonville, where it was deter
mined to hold another nieetingat iMneanter,
on the 18th of this month. Wo hope our
citizens will look into this project enough to
acquuint themselves with its merits, and see
to it that a full delegation bo sent to the
Luucuster mooting. U.H.Journal.
The Rkbult The retur's show thot the
Whigs are beaten, und beaten badly. It
wcro folly to t luim that wo do not deeply re
gret the result, or that we did not hope that
tho American people would have. honored
themselves by conferring honor upon Gen
We believe thnt all this people nrp proud
of the man, and that n mnjority. left to their
own impulses, are with him in sentiment.
Dut the WriisTER movement In New York
nntlNew England, Abolitionism in Ohio,
Nativlsm In Pennsylvania, and Locofocoism
generally, all combined, formed an opposl-
tion which no man could overcome Clive.
Thr Presidential Election, seems to
have gone pretty much one wav. See tl.
Never mind, it is only turn about. In
1840 the Whigs wcro up, in 1844 the Locos;
in 1848 the Whigs again, and in 1863 the
Locos ont o more! It will be our turn in
18'ifi. Mark that!
On tho 4th of March next tho Locoa will
isko possession of every department of gov-
...m.-iii. iiit-y win -run Ihemseives into
the ground" most effectually again, in four
years. Murk that also!
Line ov Packets for China A regular
and speedy communication between San
Messrs Ouden . ,tty1K., uro , oucert
.11 the enU prize, having esublished a line
of six packet ships forming a monthly com
munication between Ban Francisco and
Hong kong. The clippers arc ntted up for
passengers, the oabins being furnished in
elegant stylo. Htosm packets will soon ful.
low, should the "Oriental Line" prove suo
cessful. Ir tares tub Vim.ken "Have you all
voted !" said a lady in one of our stories to
day. "No," was tho roply,"has your hu
"Not yet," replied the lady ."he's at home,
sick a oeu, out nu s got to get up this after
noon and go to the polls if it kills him!"
OCTA western farmer, being obliged to
acll n yoke of oxen to pay his hired man,
told him he could not keep him any longer.
"Why," said the man, "I'll stay and take
some ol your cowa in place of money."
"But what shall I do,- said the farmer,
"when my cowtand oxeaare all gonel"
i "Why, you can thro work for me, and get
tbem back,'. j -
For the Gasette.
Liberty and Equality.
In a democratic government like ours, ev
ery feature which tends towards the creation
of any distinctions in our civil rights, should
be abolished. The present constitution of
the general government contains two pro
visions most undemocratic, and which deny
that perfect liberty and equality so desira-ble-toan
unrestrained and free democracy;
I allude to the two provisions, of eligibility
for the Presidency and the manner of elect
ing United States Senators. The first pro
vision is prohibitory and utterly uncongenial
to the spirit of the present democracy; be
cause it renders every naturalized citizen
Uneligible to the o'iice of president; l as
why is this prohibition to be lonrer tolerat-
'ed! The Old Fogies might have thought it
tail very clever to prevent any naturalized
citizen becoming our Chief Zlagistrale, but
tho nmirrMi r it,;. r lln!-tpnoH nrrf. n nd '
the purepiritof tforioj, Jcmccrary, de -
mand lis expurgation. ;V e want the largest !
liberty to tho largest nurnber: equal rights to i
all men. What .Jason can be aos'gned for
" , i u u- r at:.
the exclusion from t.:o hi8hi3t otlico, in this
iclsnd.of the Naturalized Citien!
None whatever, uhall it be s".iu because t
man wa3 born in Ireland, (iemany, Kunga-
ry or Turkey, therefore ho
n not qualify
himself for the Prcide.i
aiaics: onameupou i
Have huropenos not as milch intellect as na- i
bornl Arc , they not m well qualified I
"r :niin.i .s w nrr i ahu n.vo j
not l0lr frequent (though unsucceSJlUl) at- '
temots at revolulioniziiiir their irovei nments.
proven their patriotism! Why then exclude
them from civil rights which are granted to
native bcrn citizens! The spirit of the
age demands the concession. Look to your
rights, you patriotic naturalized citizens, and
demaud this alteration in our constitution.
Be not content with this, but also demand
the Election by tho people, of the United
States Senators. What if the Old Fogies say
say that this would strike down the indeence
ofthe States nonsense! we want not inde
pendence of political communities, but we
want the independence ot democracy.
By the littst Steamer.
New Yosk, November 4. Louis Napol
eon's new titlo is to be Emperor of the
French, King; ot Algerin, and Protector of
the Holy Places. The Senate will be con
voked on the -Ith of November. The ques
tion ofthe empire will then be submitted to
tho people, and tho coronation by the pope
will probably take place in May next. Al
geria will be a Vicoroyulty. It is reported
that Lucicn Murut will be Viceroy. An
imperial guard of ten thousand mon is spok
The Sultan takes the stylo of Emperor of
Spain. Strong reinforcements nro em
barking for Cuba.
Vessels from Charleston, South Carolina,
must quarantine in tho Surdinian ports.
Austria has invited the German States to
Vienna to tliscuns the customs question.
The Senate of Frankfort has disfranchis
ed tho Jews.
Washington, Nov.-l. Mr. Ewbank hns
resigned as Commissioner of Patents, and
Silus Hodges, of Vermont, has been appoin
ted to fill the vacancy. Mr. H., will com
mence his duties on Monday. Professor
tJoore;e C. Schooler, of Danville, Kentucky,
has been appointed chief examiner in place
of Wm. Cooper. .
Goodness! VVAt Next Whiskerettes
is tho name, fur little "beau-catchers," that
tho ladies weur on the cheeks in the pluce
"where whiskers oujht to grow." They
are formed by drawing down a little tuft of
hair from the temple, nnd curling it up in the
shape of a ram's horn, or a little pig's tail
with an extra kink in it.
A Wonderful Discover v. A celebra
ted horticulturist in Paris has invented u gas
by which he can cause the instutituncou
blooming offluwers. When tho gas is cur
ried to the pots of roses, jupoiiic.nf, duhlius,
etc., in bud, they burst into full bloom and
beauty in a second.
05"Tliere is s movement on foot for hold
ing a National Railroad Convention some
where in tho Great West, at a time to bo
nmiietl herenTter, to brintrtlie people of the I
east, west, north and south toffether, for
tho IHirposo of consultation and the Hcqtiini-
tion ol necessary intolllgonce relating to the I
interests of (he country. , - j
y3A novel process for discovering:
drow.'icd bodies in tho water, is practiced in
thejsle of Wifrht. A now louf of bread,
with threfl ounces of fitiie.kailver in it, is
thro'n into the water.and it flouts till it comes
over the dead body, when it becomes station
ary, ftfDiARi. Tlit New Senate comprises 16
VVhijrs and 34 Dfi.'iocrats; the Jfouso 33
Whirrs, (J7 Democrats! Deniocrutio major
ity on joint ballot, 62. A U. S. Sonutor is
tu be clioson by this Legislnture, to fill the
vacancy occasioned by tha death of Mr.
A Census of Cleveland, which In; just
been complcted.shuws a population of 25,1.70,
beinj an lncrouso of 4,530 since the fall of
the year 1851. Ohio City, one of its su
burbs, has 7,4fi4;thus Rivinpr a total popula
tion in the two cities of 33,131 inhabitants.
Phetty (Jood. The Toledo Ulnde tells a
story of a chap on thoir road, who, appr
houdilirjr a collision ofthecars, put his life pre.,
server on, blow it up, and leaitinp; his back
against iho side of tho car, resloried himself
to his fate!
Gold. During the month of August there
was received from California, at the various
ports of the United States, guA to the a
mount of $3,7 18,817. But it is going to Eu
ropo to pay for foreign goods about as fast as
A Hravy Bonus. It is stated that Two
Millions of dollars have boon offered by one
of the wealthiest citizens to the New York
Common Council, for tho right to construct
a railway through Broadway.
A Great Hennrry. Orville Flungerford,
of Waterville, N. Y., has about 5,000 hena,
which ho keeps in a picketed enclosure of
ten ncros, with buildings, &c, for their ac
commodation. GtrTho Senate of Mississippi, strongly
Democratic, have refused to expunge the
resolutions censuring Gov. Footb lor his
course in advocating the compromise meas
ures. Ira Ransom, n contractor on the Cuntral
Oliio Road, and Ilempneld Road, has run
awny, after receiving $6,000 due the labor
Tall Cobn The California paper
bonst of cornstalks growing to the height of
30 foot in that prolific country of big sto
nes. ' "
0O"A young man had his foot amputated
a fow days since, at tha Hospital in Cincin
nati, on account of a sore on his foot caused
by wearing a tight boot.
(tt-The Old School rrteV.ans, in
Missouri, have decided ooeatabliahinrr. col
lege t Fulton, in GnUoway county, in that
Sals or Slaves. Twelve slaves, roiwiai.
ing of a woman and her children.the greater
parlt of them young, were sold at oubiic auc
tion, V Warreoton, Va,, a few dayi ago,
lucr. cxcMbiYencee , tan) 3n"a, frie.1(, a( oui.e!!)OW tlyi ( has himself
LIVER C OIWPI.A XT,
Jeaae)ie( Uyaptvalit, Csa roast Sir Ntrvesae
Debt Hjr UluiM( the KlUr J".
A NDalldiaeaaes arising from a, disordered Ural
and Stomach, a urh constipation, fullness, Ol
blood to ths head, acidity ofthe stoinach.naueee, heart
burn.dieguat for food.fullneaeor weight in tlie stomach,
our rucUtinni, sinking; or fluttering at the pit ol the
stomach, awimraint; of tne head, hurried and difficult
breathing, Buttoring at the heart, ehoakiiigor aurloca
ting senution when in alyinrpoature.dinmpasofvu.
Lot, data or webs before the tight. fver. dull pain In
the head-doGcisncyof net splratiou, yellowness ol the
skin and eyes, pain in thesiOe, back, cheat, tiniba, etc..
audden nushea of heat, bu.nipj in the tlesh, constant
magma-it's of evil, and gret depression of spirits,
CAN BK EFFECTUALLY Cl'ltKD bV
Cfcl.l-I.iJVn H :.lt MA.". IMIl iiS,
rrepnrei by fr. C. M. Jackian,
T Tli EH V.KM A N M KIMCIN F. SI OK V.
No. 1Z0 Arets Street. Phllaoti lehlia.
Their oov.er ovorijo shove diseases Is not excelled
If equalled, by any other preparation in the United
Stares, at tho cures attest, in many cases after ski!
JniZn fe the attention of invalid.,
?0,,h, rrcu M-t.ies in Ibe ratification of
Cso - i of thelivor and leaser glands, exercising tne
most searching pow ers iawe.l.j i A sfection. ofthe
b " ' -ir, r -nv.r,v..n
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fFrom the Boston bde.'M
The editor Mid. December 2?d "Vr. VooHamVn
Ctlcbrz .J Oei man Bitters for the euro of liver com-
plaint, iftun jicc, dyspepsia, C hro.il c or nervous dcbili'
r - wed in eucctiial :id rormanimt
co. in, th. -a. 'u.L.VhVZ;
c,mUi.Uv ,, ,lre ,n ,nd viKOr, f.ct wo;u,y 0I
grat consideration. They are pleasant in taste and
amell. and can bo used bv porsons with tha most deli
cate aioniaoiii witn aaicty, unuor any circumstances.
We sre speakins from experience and to tho alllicted
we advl-.j thoir use." ,
'Scott's VVKKKi.v,"on8 ol the bist I.it.irai y pspcr
published, said, Aug. 35: "Dr. llootlaud'a Gurniau
Bitters, manufactured by Dr. Jackson, are now rcv.tti.
mended by some of the most prominent members ol
the faculty, as anarticloof much ellicacy in casca ol
female veakneas. As such is the esse, wo would ad
vise all mothers to obtain s bottle, and thus save them
solves much sickness. Persons of debili atod crnsli-
tutioiu will find these bitters advantageous tn their
health, as we know from experience the salutary of-
feet they have upon weak systems
The Hon r. D. IIinkli.vk, Mayor of tho city ol
Csmden, New Jorsoy, ssys:
' lloori akd's Herman Kittkbs. We have soen
many flattering notices of this medicine, an'l the
source from which they came indued us to matte in
ijuiry respecting its merits. From inquiry we were
oer.uaded to use it, ard must say we found it speci
lie in its action upon disease of tlie lifer and lu;esliv
organs, and the powerful influence it exerts upoi
nervous prostrot'on is really euiprWiip It rttlinn
and slreni'ttmns the nerves, bringing them into a state
of repose, making slfep refreshing.
ll thin mediciuo was more generally used, we
ara satisfied thero would be e s sicknt'SS, as f'ont
the stomach, liver, and nervous sysU m theercat ma
. jority of real and itnnffinary diseaaes eniannto Have
them in a healthy confitioe, nnd ou ran bid deljtiniv
to epidemics generally. Phis e'xtraoidiuary ocdi
.:ino we would advise our friend uh are at atl in
lispnscd. to gtvi" a tiisl it vill recoinmend itself.
It ahtnild, in fact, be in every family. Nnt.t'ier m"
.Ijclnn can produce such evidences tf merit. '
Kvidenre upon evidence has been received (like
the furogtiing) from all seclions ol Iho I'n'nn, the last
throo yean, and the i.tron.;est testln cny in its favor,
i, that there ia more of it ned in f 1 o practice ol the
regular Physicians of Pliita.lHlphis.tlian all othrr nos
trums combined fact that can,ea.ily heestnbliiihed.
and fully proving thnt a srinntjjii' pr piiratioii will
meet with thoir quiet approval when presorted ovtn
in Ih's form.
That this medicine will cum Liver complaint am!
Dyspepsia, n ) oin can doubt alter using it as dinict
oil. It acts specilically upon the stoimch and liver;
it is trefcrallii to calomel in all bilim t ilium)-
iho elfect is inunedia'e. They can be Siltninislerptl
to fdinalo or infant with safoty and rolls lie benefit
it auy time.
iMili well In the marhsof the genuine.
They have tho wriltemignatiire ol C. M. JACK
SON upon the wrapper, anil his namo blown in tht
joltlp, wilhiivt whii h thru ure npttrmit, i
For sale, wholossk a i I retail, at Die
(ilillMAN MliDICIXK STORK.
No. .10 AI1CII street. one door below sixth, Phils
delphia, and by respectable dealersgenera Ily through
ou Iho country.
Pri m lltductd To t naMn nil , a s of invalids.
toinj.iy tin sdvsi.ts.st of fieir gri at r.- tnn.tive
.owors SI. glf linlllr In rr -in A Isn tor sale by
KAi'KKMAN !k. CO.. Lancaster. Ohio
Wholesnle Auents fi.r Otiin. SI'IMv .V llliWAItll
I Wnoater Ohio. sopt. m'i, r IR, 1H52 Hi
HOOT ANI 8UOH i:ST.VIU,ISll.WlsTr.
jf TfiyOHK.SnN Sc WORK would respect
J T full v inform t'ini'itl.ensof Kairfield
T j-and the ad joining counties, that I hey - re on
fc Ob band as ,isiisl, at their old stand one door
Wnit of SliK'iims Urug Store with a large ani:
tilrniliil HHMtrtuieiil of everything in Iheir lino.
Their Spring purchases ha v boon selui'luj ivitl
caie and nro larger than ihiubI.
LADIKM! We havetaken special cart it making out
purchases so ss to plesse yon.
We hsvoa little ol everything, from a Ip.xxr Lini
BuswiNdown to the sinallestehil. lien's ahnea.
We havs also on hand and aro prepared to msketo
Untlemen'e Bvahin and Seamlrtt Gaiter, Con-
gross Boots, ic. Wo also liaro on hand Ladies' Gum
ftVniNOS. &c.We .ro also prepared to furnish
Shoe makers and Kinding Stores with Findings ofovery
Jescription, such as Kits, Pugs, Boot-webbing, Shoe-
stiitiirs, Laces, sc.
Nolo Losther. Morocco bindings, lc, always on
In addition to the work on hand, wo arc prepared
as heretofore to manufacture ovel'ytMng in our line.
Our own work needs no recommendation. We .hope
by proper attention to our biisiness, to secure a fair
share of the public patronage, as we will always be
on hnnd to wail upon uur customers and do our bust to
WAN TKI). The subscriber will take one or two
nod and indusl rlous boys to Innrn the Hoot ami Shoe
making lhuines.s. WOHK, SON & WOlttf.
Lancaster. May 10, 18153 3
Ovt-i- ml srsz 'I .! itiioii y.
OVKH HAM'' a Millii nof Tustamonislshove been
received by the Proprietor of McA lister's ALL
i From Physicians Iho mos'
-.' from Councillors learned
i 1 '"'' ,rf"n J,l"ges ol
.colobrity on tho Hencli,
r.. S t..m tiiu.n .. i.
..u.niti.N ,ii in, i vriie
I pel, whose unduvieting in-
ttegrity havo made them
, i -v.- fc-'OW t-- l inning iigiiin in tne pain
Z z ? of Truth, from enlichton-
'S i Professors, from acute
feiiiafcr."? Worchanta, from those
Vi&S f every station, name
andit 'groo among msaltuid all of which, without
oiio dissenting objection, pronounce thit Ointuienttn
be GOOD! ' .
As dsy by day it unobtrusively extends its sphere
of action nlnng the bordera r1 our vast rotintrv.aiidis
circulated throiighoitl its extent, ifw evidences of its
power and now prootsof luelH'acy (ve routinually
doveloped. Three in illiont of boxes, appli."! todis
ease within the laat tour years have eatahlislp ' the
aatounding fact, bnyondthe power of cavil oreom'.s
diction, that it is ismlmbu In the curs of all Tu
mors, Ulcers, Soros, Burns, Tetter, Piles, Scrofula,
Krysipelss, chilblains, scald Hesd, sore Kyes, Quinsy,
croup, Khotiinatism, llrnken Breast. Ague' in thoKace,
corns, &e. Il completely restores tho Insensible pfr.
spin ation, and by this means opens tlioaeavenuoa by
which nature Intended to expel the morbid matter of
the body-thus is the y atom cluansed: tha blood pu
rified: and the health ro.tnred.
It has power tn cause all external soros, Scroful
ous Humors, and Poisonous wounds to discharge
thoir putrid matter: and then heal them. Itisrightly
terms-' All Mealing, for there is scarcely a disease
external or internal, that it will not benefit. I have
uaed it fnrtho last fourteen years for all the diseases
of the chest; consumption and liver; involving tho ut
most dangnr and responsibility; and I declare before
heaven and man, thst not in one single rase has it (ail
ed to benefit w hen the patient w as within reach of
mortal means. '
J. McALISTKIL Ml Kulton-st.,NcwYork.Solo Pro.
prletor. A. (18 IIkmdkt, Agents for Ohio.
Sold by E. I. Slocum ami Otto W. Kraemer,T.an.-aa.
tor.K. Kalh,niishville;W.W.Roed, Carroll; M.l'amp.
bell. Pirkerlngton: Leonard and Brother, Basil: A. fc.
Mitfhotr, l-nckvilln Samuel Bortlnt.a Winrheater; J
Kndalev. Lithopolis; K: Ooohecn, llaltimore; J. Clay-
KKjl.New Salem; J. and N. Henbee, Amanda; Daniel
awltln, Sugar Orove; Aahbaugh and Beery, Bremen.
Marble, Sandstone nnd Freestone Factory.
O'JR Machinery Is now in surree-ful operation, and
porsons wantius an v of the following named ar.
tlcles, would consult their own interest and confor a
favor bv giving us a rail.
MONUMJiXTX ol Marblo, we will rurulsh at a
short notice. ,
HEAD ANT) F00TST0NH3 of the sane; ws
have of beautiful forms and highl v polished.
MONUMENTS OF 8ASD8T0XK in a great
vaj'loty of forms. Head snd Footatouua of- the aam
an lot r"reetow.
SANDSTOtiR FOH BUILDIXOS.&e, Hangs.
wnrk.Caps and Sills.Canplng for walls or Chimneys,
Flooring for Portico. Klaceitrf for Walks or Spline
houses. Columns, (Jato o Fence-posts, well-tops and
A. J. LILLY ft CO
Lancaster, May ID, lbfl J.
S ' s7e lie we's Conch Candy.
OLD wholeoals and retail by K. L. SLOCUM,
Xyjsihera0,ll ' 89
ICV ofthe Unite 1 ! is deson-e'y one of the most popular moJicines
. 1 , . ' of the iliv. Thoss biltors have been used by thou-
cure of liver
u. w mm n
uteres MrarStat ta Art or Cholines, I tha Je
loot, by J. S. HOUGHTON, 01. I), In U Clark's
CSo of the Ptatrfi-t Court r Um Kaslrrn
Diatrvct of FannnylTanls.
Another Scientific Wonder!
GREAT OURE FOR
Do. J. 8. HOUGHTON'S
0!t, CASTKIC J VICE.
Prepared from Ron et, or the fourth Stomach or
' . e. ii . : e 11... ,k.
THS MX, alter airectioon 01 uiiiui
great Physiological chemist, by J.S. Houohtok M
D. Philsd Iphia, Pennsylvania
This Is a truly wonderful rumedy forlmligostion.Dya
repaia, Jtiandice, livur complaint, constipation, and
bebilitv, curing after Nature's own method, by
Nature own Agnnt. the flastric Juice.
irr-Hnll a teasDOonfiil ol I'tnnt. inluac.l In water.
will diawt or dissolve, Fite 1'ounite af Roast Beef
in abmit two huurt, out ofthe stomach.
PKPS1N Is the chief element, or Ureat Digesting
Principle of the (JaVric Juice the tvfoent of the
Food, the Purifying, Preserving, and ttimulutitig
Aeunt of the stomach and Intostincs. It is extracted
I from the digestive stomach of the Ox, thus lorintng
an Artificial Donative Mum, precise! , like tne na
tural Gastric Juice in its chemical nowem, aud fur
nishyig a complete and perfect suhititutt' for it. t By
the aid of this preparation, th" pains and evils of indi
gestion ana tiyspopsia are re.noveu just tney i"mu
be by s healthy stomach. It is doing wonders fur Dys
peptics, curing cases of Debility, eiuariation, nervous
decline and dyspeptic consumption, supposed to boon
IIIH verg Ol IllUldVU. iim imviiii. V. nirui c uii
which it is based, is in the highest deRn
ee curious and
BARON I IKliHi in his celebrated work on Animal
chemistry, savs: "An Ai-tilicial Digestive fluid, ana.
togouB t tne uatric auice, may oe reauny proj-Hn-u
from the mucous membrane of the stomach ofth Calf,
in which various articles of food as meat and eggs,
will bo sojicnM. enargta ana ilijcsferf just in tne
samo manner as they would be in the human stomach."
. l)r COMBK.in his valuable writings on the "Phy
siology of Digeatioii," observes lhta diminution of
tbeduo quantity of the Gastric Juice is a prominent
an-1 all prevailing causo of Dysjiepsis;" and ho states
thst "a dlst in. lushed protossor ol mndicino in l.muiuii,
who was severely alliicled w ith this complaint, uikI
ing everything else to fail, had recourse to the Gas
tnc Juice, obtained from the atnmst-hs ot living ani
mals, which pn vetl emmplrtely mrremifil."
Dr. URAilAM, author ol'tho famous workson"Vo
go'alle Diet," saj s: "It is a remarkable fact in phy
siology, that the 'tcinirh of suimals, macerated iu
wster, impart to the fluid the property of dissolving
various m lie lei of fowl, and ol nllWtiiig a kind of ar
tificial digcaliun of tliem in no wise dill'eieut from the
n turai uigobtive process,
IT-Call oil I he Aaent. and eel
l;r, gratis, giving s large amount ol scieniincevmenco,
similar totne suovp.togetner wirn reporta oi remars-
sblo euros. from all i-srls of the I'ni el. States. .
As a JyyHpepia Curcr,
!1r. HOUGHTON'S l'KPSIN has produced the most
marvellous elfects. In curinnsasos of Debility, Kma.
datum, ermvii Vtrline and Jtyspcyife rorsumpioi.
I is impossible to gi v.i the details of cases in the lim
its of this advcrtiseinentibut authenticated certificates
have boen given of mnro than Two Jlttnifretl remark'
able cum, in Philadelnhia.NewYork and Boston alone.
Those were nearly all dosperato rases, and the rurea
were not only rapid and wonderful, but permanent.
It is a gn at Ncrvo't.1 Antidote, and particularly
-iseftil for tendency to bilious disorder, livev com
plaint, fever and ague, or badly treated fever and
igun, and the ovil effects of Quinine, Mercury, and
other drugs upon the Digeslivo Orgsns, after a long
sickness Also,fer oxcess in Gating, snd the too free
use nf anient sprits. It almost reconciles Health
with Intemprrat ce.
U'.d Stomach Complaints.
Thore is nn foi in of Old Somacheomplaints which
it does not s em to reach and remove at once. io
matter how Lad they may be, i gives inntant relief.'
A single do'.e removes all the unpleasant symptoms;
anil It only noidi to bo reeuted for s short time to
make these rnod elfects permanent. Purity rtf lll.tod
mi rigor nf fiody follow nt once. It is pavticubr
'v excellent In cases of Nsusea, Vomit in;:, erareps.
s.irenoss nflhu pit of the stomach, distress allereatir.
lew. C..I.I stulo f.l'llin lllr..l 1 lnv I..M-.,.,au ..I
Jiiiits,J--fr(,nlenc", emaciation, iveaknoss.tcndaiicy
o Insanitv sulci. I.' K-..
Dr. Hdl'fillTON'SPKPSIN. is sold by'nenrl-, ji.
thnag al rsin linodrugsK PopularMediciues.thr.Migti- '
nir llie I'nited States. It is prepared ip 1'i.w .1. r and j
ily flub! f.rm and Prescrij tion visit lor Hil usu of!
i nwio i'ueitlnrs lui tlio nan ol I'liysii utf. msv
beobtainedof Dr. Iloiigliton or his Agents. A. s
.l.u U.U..I.. c .... !... .i
Dr. Ilougl.toii or his Agcnts.d. --riWei; lrtV yer "'acklnawoverroalings.TweeJj.llar.
osh of preparation, arTl As in, tl.e mi. ! kerseys, pans, lulled cloths, shneps grev cassi
which tho . laims oi this new' rem dv i ' '"'--eys. Jf, . W. 1 . V. ISK
ilis net a seer, t remedy, no ol jectii.n i Linca.-ter nsvemborfl. IPwO 37
re hasi-d A
an m t Hed seamst its uie bv P iyhvuiik hi re leecta
do standing snd regular timelice. 'Price.f I per but tic.
TTdiisasvK Tnis! Kvtry Imltlo ofthe genuine
PKPSIN lnar the written signatiim of .1. S. 1I0L'(.II
TON, M I)., sole proprietor, Philadelphia, Pa. Copy
right snd Trsdo IWnrlt secured.
JTFSold bv all Druggists and Dealeva in Me !!cii en.
Agents KDWARD L. SLOCUM. Lsnoastw;
Dm. J. M. Wii.ao.v, Newark;
Thoup & Kickahiit, Circleville;
Marcll26. O. Roskiits, L'oi trsinvs 47
Or, S. I'. Ton n.t'tir i:iia l of
TIIRrernsrliablesanativo powers of Tr. S. P.
Tvwnseiid's Sarsaparilla, havo induced niinier
ous attempts to counterfeit It, and make framing nt
use of Dr. Tow.vsr.xn's kamk to sicuio the sale of
These counterfeits and imitations only pitovn the
VALUK of the oniuiNAf.; and no iiiuhkh coMrt.i
MKXTCou'd be paid to I)r S. P. Toiviisend's Kxtract
nfSsrsapari la, than laborious elfolts that have Leen
made by ininy to get up somolhing like it.
A supp y oi tne Ufiiuino Aiticle, Sept coietsnily
on hsnd by
Lancaster, August 4, IS52
BABIKS CRY FOR IT Il is the heat, chenpest
and pleasantest remedy in tho world for roughs
snd colds. Sold by 1'.. L. SLOCTM,
' Druggi.it, Lanrastor, Ohio.
NnhemberSO. IHfil frt)
NEVT.H slnci theecioncn o' Medicine dawned iipor
tho world, has any thing been found so good loi
cough and colds as iiowk's couuii candy. '2? pack
ses received this day ny K. L. SLOCl.'M.
Druggist, Lancaster. Ohio,
8ole Agent for Fairfield rom.iy. Nor. ill
JitM ICi' i(
ANDforsalo chiap. s large lot ol Carpets, Man
kels, Wall paper, Bordering and IV inflow b inds,
fipilE uBcin.slgneil hss Just received a fine lot of
S txtra IMiW 111.1 uuiur.. ;; sir ino City
rade. Call and try it. 0IIN LYONS
Lancaster, May 31. '1115
LOOK HUM:, NI'.H.llllOm-Whai insItS
you wear that exceedingly old llstl Do you no
know that M. SM ALLKY haa received tlie latest Fall
styles p tlatsl Alao, all Hilda of CAPS. Rumom.
bur the piace,opKiaitotlu Tallmadge House, St call in.
Lancaster, sutpember 25, 1H5I. 2i
My llie r;M l.liif I'lii kn.
efillNf! AND SUMMER BONKTS. Just rccelv
eil,whito colon d laco and strsw Bonnets.
Also Black silk, Bonnet Ribbons, Blue Denims
and Palm leal Hats, at . HKNLKY'S.
Lanrastor, Juno 1 , 1852 .
Tin; i i:i.i:sit ti'ii i.iivi:.
LITTI.i: & ORKSBACIIS,
Malu Siren, l.aiioialir, tllllo, balwceu J.
layonsjS Grocery ran (I I. IIi.ib's
nA VK Just received their Fall and Winter stock
of Dt y Oocds, Groceries, Queensware, Glasa
war. Boots and Shoee, cotton Yarn, Batting, Wall pa
per, Bordcry, Window Blinds, Carpets, Blanltots.Flsn
aela, etc. etc., all of which have neon aelected with
(are aa regards quality, styles and prices and will he
sold at tho lowest market prirea. We invito our old
friends aud the commnuitv In general to come and
examine our atock belore buying elsewhere, as no
pains will be spared to give entire satisfaction tojall
who will favor us with their custom,
CiKOItGK H. LITTLK,
8A.MUKL P. DUKSUACH.
I. sniHiter, Seplemlier -.-. 1H.12. i
Winter l C'omlni;
AND every body shou'd supply therasolves with
winn clothing. Come and look at our atock of
i inula, wer-coeiniKe, caasimeres, Kaunets, Jeona,
Flannels, Llnsea, Under-shirts, and Drawers, just re-
ceived and or sola cheap by
ii.ru m.vi laie viirjup ur
UTTLE fc DRESBACH8
. ..NEWTON RCI11.E1C11,
A'y Counsellor el Law Notary Publlaw
OFFICE In the Talliuadge Block, second fluoj
atljati.ing Mayor Creed'a olbca.
March ifi, Ibii 111
GREAT nEVOI.UTIOtf IN FltAXCl:.
IAMjustnowrceelrlnif and opening out a large
and well select.! ...
Stock of Sprinc noil Summer ;ood.
which I am determined to Bellas low as any other
House in Ol.io.
LA 1)1 KM ANI ENTI.K3IEX
who wish to purchase will find the following articles
Silks, fancy nd plsin; SilUs do ; Fancy U,
Silk Beregea, Ksnry IVdanes, Catiioos, liuifhms,
While and lanty Itobcs, embroil; Parasola and tans,
all kinds: Wliitedainaikcrapefchawls
Worked CurTe.S'oeves and rollare. Bonnet Ribbons.
French and fancy rlowers? drosstrimmirgs;
Dress buttons, of all sorts; silk and linen brades;
Now Stylo Honncl
Edginesand lace; black sik laco; new stylo bloom or
coinbs: superior Polka: Marseilles Vesting;
Cloths and cassimeres, Sattineta, Jeans and t weeds;
Muslins irom to t i yardwido, sheeting;
nloachod muslins, cotton yarns, tickings, bsgging;
Leghorn mid Fulm I.cuf lint-, new styles,
liatting and Queenswarn. a verv larpe stock of
IJUOTM AND SllOIiS;
and prices to suit customers.
All those who will svor me with a call belore they
buv flsewhore, will b saving monuv b v doing so.
Lancaster, Avril 17 JACOB PLOUT.
rf" 1 M. BErMtV. having purchased the interest of
V-- tieonro J. Uitler. tiaa associated witn nuuseii
JOHN jKJiKINS, and tho business will in fuiure be
cavried on under the firm name oi BKKRY & JUNK
INS, at the old stand on main-street, one door Kast
ofthe Checkered Store and oppositu Smith and Kck-
ert's Chair and Cabinet n are Kooini.
Ploughs! Ploughs!! Ploughs!!!
Thev are now manufacturins- a
large assortment ol Plough-, for Oie
pnng ana Mimmertraiie, sue n as
the r agle steel sod Plough, the
Crownhead, Bsrshear, Kinea well
known sod Plough, Lang's, ( ast Iron, Kushvillo and
other patterns, all of which will be made of good ma
terial ana warranted.
.Sloven, Grates and Hollow-Ware.
Thoy have also on hsnd and arn manufacturings
Uruo assortment of Stoves. Grates itiu Holluiv-VS are.
Among their stores may be mentioned tho lluckeye
Ststo, lluck, (jueon i f iho West, lYuferunce sed Pre
miuin Cook Stoves for V ood; they have also on hand
i . . ........ r n:. k..u.-l.
nnil are receiving I OSI look siuu'siruiiii iiimt'i.
their stock of Parlor and other stoves and their assort
ment ol Urates will bo found complete. They
.lur. ir. tn.n nn rta,.l m lal-.rft nssnrl nir.llt nf tlll'l
Warn of all descriptions Tl.y have now line lot
' 0f large Iron Kettles.
. . ... . , .,
Copper, Tin nnd Sheet-Iron V, are.
my still continue to manufactures! tho old stsnd
inila of Tin. Copper and Sheet-Iron Ware. Tliis
branch of their hie.inesn. as well the otlmrs, will
be conducted with cam. The best material will be
used ami tin. best workmen employed. All nrticl.
in this linn will h warranted and sold cheap for cash,
Thev are at all times prepared to do all kinds of
JOB WOHK. both at the Vonn.lrv snd Tin Shop, with
earn anil uospatcn. dicui a jiu.sjvi.so.
Lancaster. March IS. 18."i2. 46
1'. S. I tons'! Spoutini made and put up at the short.
est notice. Old Copper, Brass. Pewter and cast-iron
..I - .'I r.k I. ...... -:-!...
laaun mexcninge lor any oi um .uuvb.hhidb.
T!!K rn-Parlrtnrship heretofore existing Mween
O. J. Hitler and C. M. Deery, under tho firm
nstm. ol P.rrt.a u Sl IIkeiiy has boon dissolved b
mut'isl consent. Tha notes and accounts are loft in
tho bauds ol C. M. lie ry for collection, end all krow
in;-tnemseives inuei-ieu iu saiu urio ...mn-Mu i
call and settle uiitnei'.iitclv. li. J. HI I l.l'.K,
t.sn-aiter f.rch 1, 1853. . 46
l il t, Tiro, J-lirc, Fir, I ire.
r-pilK-inleri;ned .a Aitenlofthe CITY INSU
1 liA.NCIC CO.MPAJsY OK CINCINNATI, is pre-
I f"1'' " insure property of any d.vscripion against
. ..:B or dainuge ! y I IH!' . t,-, the town ot Lancaster
Oilice- flair S' reel, Poster's riuiliiina
,rif.e.Mc!.. i3l. L-i.'J sl'Jtl
i7'0''l!.M,'.N r'i)rS. 1 am no r opening a com
r i l'jie stock ef e.lotlis. c.is linmras. sattinots. Pb
beaver an.! niacklnaw over coalings. TweeJj. flan-
Cliutr.'s. rtfie;t(t Vuviorj Itrmoveil
CKOnfiK SMITH has removed his Chair and Bed
H steed factory Horn the corner nf Wheeling and
Columbus streets'. In SI dicry's tJluilding on Main
itrrrl. hco doom F.nst of the locking Valley Bank
and directly opposite the Checkered Store. He has on-
largeo iiiKuusm9t:rana inteniidseopingon
I 1) hand the largent and best assortment of
rW t it Ains rt'iii iiktstf:.t).s
ever before kept in this place ; consis tins;
in part, of Cairn seat, Ci
r c'rench, Scroll top, Villagi
" Childron's Chair". Sociabli
gc, common and
los and Settees.
All descriptions ol BK.DSTEADS manufactured ol
either C herry. Walnut. Mapleor Sugar.
Ilis wcikwillsll bo intdeof tho vary best materitl
by giTil workmen and of ihe latest latf niost approved
panel 1.3. it will bo inferior to none inanu 'actiiri
elsewliero snd will be sold at tho very lowest prices
A continuation of the very liberal pa'tronstic of tho
public is respectfully sol'ici't il. It is tho inteafinn o1
the stibscriiier to keep a full and general asaortniert
sl all tiitten, mo that ne will bo enabled to accommo
date loth old and now customers wilh anything in his
lino. In connection with his establishment is Mr. fi.
L. K.ckert'a Cabinet H aiv T!c,om, so that customers cai
be accommodated with all articles requisite to com
plete a full assortment of Household Furniture. Call
mdseo. GKOHUK SMITH
Lancaster, November 1, 1K30. 26
IT is now generally admitted by all persons who
havo taken tho pains to inform fhemHlyos thst
SMITH & TO.NU koep on hand tho largest and beat
CLOTlllNt; MR AM) HO',
Of any establishment in Fairfield county, and on ac
count of the care used in selecting the stock by tho
proprietors, who have had along experience in the
business, it is equally true that fur quality and vario
ty the assortment usually kept on hand,
CANNOT I3 KXCKI.l.r.n,
By any other ill tha State. And nioro than this, tho
goods aro purchased at tho lowos; prices wntcn sua
bl Ihe proprietors to disposo of them upollo
TIIK Mosr lt.j.-stHl.liTI-:KM3,
In proof of all this, the public sro Invited to call In
and examine the line assortment which has ben
FOR l'WM, AND WINTF.lt WKAR."
With theoxnress miroose of rlothinu tho male nor-
tion of this community in the latest and most fashion'
able styles snd in tho very best manner. It can be
done arid willbo done, at prices which cannot fail to
pinase. a mong tne assortment may be noted,
Flno Cloth Frock snd Dress Coats, . ;
Cloth, Beaver and Blanket Over do.
All qualities and colors of Sack do. . '
lilac k, blue and fancy cloth Pauta, : .,'
.do .do do cassimere do.
do do do satinett do.
- Rlsrk and fancy satin Vests,
Merino, cloth, plaid and wnollun Vests.
Also a tine assortment ol shirts, silk pocket and
neck handkerchiefs, suspenders, collars, stocks, Um
brellas, etc. &.c.
The above embraces a portion only of thoir Ready
made Clothing, all of which is well made and out of
good material. In addition to this, the public will Cud
A MOST HXCHI.LRNT AS.SOIiT.M KN
Of cloths, cassimeres, sstinettsi&vestinga. of the most
boautiful styles and colors and of the boat quality
w hich will be made up to ordor, and
A GOOD PIT WARKANTKD!
Thus aot only being prepared to supply those who
desire ready-madeclothiiig. but alao being enabled to
accommodate any class of customers with goods oe
lactod with much care, thoy expect to retain the pub
lic favor by pleasing their customers.
Thankful lor past favor, a continuance of tha no.
tronage of the citizens of this and surrounding coun
ties, is respectfully solicited. For goad Hoods, good
Gts, well-made clothing and low prices, competition is
put at defiance.
Homombor the piece immediately naat al Pnlw.r
and Kutx's Mora, with the words "Clothing Store" ,
pAiuiwu ..via vi.e uuui .11 ig leiinre.
Lancaster, October 30, 1851 . 36
EDWAKD a,.SI.OCUM,having purchased the
entire Stock of Drugs and Medicines ot
George Q. Beck, now offers the same for sale, together
witn a large anu wen seieciea new atocK at tne via
Stand, known aa the City Drug Store, where may
be found a large and complete assortment of Dnuts.Me
dlclnes and Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Dye-Stuffs, Olaaa
war ana rvinaowuiasa, nrusnes, uroeenes, rancy
Articles, ttc., which will b tola wholeaale and retail,
upooaa roaeoriable terns as can be purchased In ths
city ICDWAiUJ L. BLOCUM.
Loncaater, April 34,1861 dfcwU
! . WESTERN NEW YORK
COLLEGE OF HEALTH
Kt. 207 Nail Street, BaffaU, H, f ,
1 ' DR. O. O. TAUGmTS'"
HI UI1MFIIE WIE
eakbnmtt amndr Is naassasttr aaaiiatM lueasMkf
aaasur sarsa it Is Making
ALL OTIS TEX WORLD,
it baa ainasaa tt tmlm aSiilaa fir mtUg tuaa, sal It
Bauwu!all ia.snt.iBanila.1 fof
aH atasas ml tMa osa plaint Imaaarilatstf rsHmel, tat asanas
of hew Ions aiamtinf. Sot 'MA ftr Ttuwmt. That
aiwa Is a rriahllat as Cholrba. and laealew and Srwtfnl
anicpaa of th aaalailr. bluaunc uW itmm im ilafi whKifct
mmlan Uas paiMM Blurt; aaabaa aw aaera, toaaseae af its aaast
EITEEBTO IHOiT&ABLX, '
n sow (Mb ts Uiia nmmir mm PhrsMana aaa It pablklr
and privatolr wilb parlSot auooeaa. Lss anr ana wlw boa ava
nan a armpten oi irop, . oi tni vmnmm aaa waoitMisT
by them, anil. If Usaf would avoid tba anaalatal
APPLICATION OT THX Htm,
M pariotata the aratsaa and let tha aotanaatnta wat w
away, unir to nil VP aatain, ana niuuir w ua in a unauiu.
aVata, lot tbarn in at aaa thia iaeM.hr hi aaaaoa, aad a racevarr
iaaan. I at thaua try it at aany atf ef ihai itiasaat. 4ad s oasa
ia Mnaiu. il Uav will sirs U a fan uruu.
and all diaaasaa or tba aiinarr ore ana s for Uiaae lUatnaaias
uumptainu, u standa aloes i no elliar artlcl oaa nliava ru(
and Um curat Matined to will eonsuwa lias aaoat aaepileal i
Utt pawphhrt. '.
BEBILITT 07 TEX BTSTXlf,
wtnk baak, weakiwsa or tha Kidnan, . , ec hRaasiulum
ol aarna. ia imowilialalr nliava4 br a faw data' faa of tliar
BtrdiciiM, and aauri is alwara a nun af Ha aaa. llataaalau
A CEaTAIE BXJCEST
for aaok aoaiplauiu. and also fof daniunsaaau f Um haaakv
miurulnivnaniiatknia. He artlcla has mrbaan tftndmM
Uiia, wl.icli would toaoh Uiia kind of iloraiilemanls. It ajar
he rolled upon aa a tan aad anooua ramsdr, aad aid wa leal
porniiiunl te de ao, ouukl give
A THOUSAUD licfijl
as proof of cure in tliia dnsraaaina olnas of oonplalnta. 8e
paruiinkH. All brokan down, ootiiUUUnl oonauiouona, irons
Um clleot of morenry. will And lha bracinK power ot Una aruV
ela to not immotliaUHy, and the poiaoDoaa aaioaral aradioausl
Irom tlw ayatera.
frat thcrnaalvM partiuularly in lha applioalioa of tha aoas.
TIM SB dMUnct pronortlaa which eompoaa this artlcla, ssaak
pouuu, uw ino uiaireauiia eioaa oi eompuiinu wnion none
dim ntimamiih. For oenturioa tbani baa baaai oaod ! UW
aonh ef Curoua, a . .
CEBTAJK BOTANICAL AOEKT,
which In nil itiftnaoa or derarwumenu of tho fenulo TrnnM.
obstrucUona, ilithnullias, painfal nMfMUmntiona. Sto., baa
J fleeted a eura. Tliia root ia indigenous to our soil, and found
n luraa itonnliliea, and na a medicinal property, etanuS wiui.
out un enual ; it forma one of the coaipoumla In the prepare.
Uon. winch, na a whole, to tlM Ml remedy ever given to
uotulitaled letnttle i tt SB euro, luiu UM ayauna W1U Do I
pi IMnlin uy lla into.
For the rebel ot all Bympethetiu Dtaomaae attefuhuU oa pret-
nannv . aumvi uioae nuireaoina anu ouiinni irouuiee wntua.
olun occur both to roarrUrit unit unmarried femaleo, and I
movee tlioaa tienouieei objtraouons woioh ones freos uuunc
CONSUMPTION and Livia Conri.atHT. Bilitut Die.
sum, Inhmmatumvf toe Lung: GmfAe, (Mil. Mesree
;, JV la-AI Sxniti, rTtaknmi, Ira., iiH all tbeea dieeaaaa sa
MeUlclna boa ever been lie equal.
' CANCERS, JETER SOSES, SCROFULA,
eVVBLLKD JOINTS, HARD TUMORS, and SPINA!.
Arc LC riONri tAi Medicini Aaj atul il curing tki worst
tales; lit nm ijflietrd mtA lAen cexr'e.eU. or eny eCArr.
kciitali tu Irs thu -VeZitiac, as a cure anU ciktainly re.
lull rem lie aws, then seine ne Medium aoas Stfirs ls
murii as svusl. Call m Agntt tndsta Pempklu.
FEVER AND AOUB.
To Ihe Grant YVtet eeneoiallr. and wkormar tkeaa wm.
plaints ureroil, thie roetliuiiio le ollered.
B0 jaTNERAX AGENT,
no doleterioua contiMjuml ie a part of thia rixtur. It eons
llieae diaaaes Willi oeruuulr and oelorilr. aud dues sot leave
the naif m torpid.
It ie imuleof roota alone, and ia partly a V effete Mo Prepara
tion, unit liua noiliina in ita couipuaiuon wliiuh uui, in Uia leaet
injure hnr twreon uniler anjr uircuinalanese whatever. Na
anerona cerlilicalea ol llie highest nwpeuUiuilitjr are pabbalieia
in the pamphleta, whiuh nro diainbuled srutuitoualr
a.iHrUint of n mml pauilnl ehorauler, Ie
and a uiire follona hr k few dnre aae of thit orttnlo: k is for
liolore any oilier preiiarnlion lor tliia ibaense, or for any ouier
uiaenee oriKiiinlilic liuia impure blood, ties piimplilet.
will Und lb idteriltivo properties of this artiuai
rUBUT TEX BLOOD,
unci drive aauh iliaeuaee I'row tba ayalem. See pamphlet fat
leatimony ol ourea in ull illaouet, wliich the limila of an wives.
Uaement will not perniil lo be numoil hero. Asealt (lie theaa
awny i they contain il pnaaa of onufiiulee of bisk ckiaaaM.
Oik! a strouiter
ABBAT OJT PKOOF
of the virtiim of a tneiliiiino, never apiieareil. It la one of the
peuullnr leutnree ol' lliie orliule that it never fails to benefit in
Mir nnaei und it bone aud anuacle on lell Ui build upoa lei the
eoi'Uiluieu uuu IniKerma luvulul
HOPS 05, ' .
knd ktvit tiikitiK ihe tneiliuint a (vqk ih tWiv Is na Iniior
lliviilt Tho trtirilr woiilti
CADTI05 THX PUBLIC
asnin.i u nuuilier of trilokis Wniuh oome out under lb bead oi
bajAAIUIXAS, SYRUPS, Aa,
ome lor llropiy, Ornvijl, fcd.l Tlief Ure govil far nelhin,
ami cumoulvil lo kuII Ihe unwary ;
TOUCH THKH NOT.
Their Invcnhis never thousht or unrinf auoh dteoaaes till this
article luiil ilono it. A puruuulur study of the puniiihiet la
Akihs ami till who sell the nrliule nro
GLAD TO CIRCULATE
aniliiil.ni.il'. I'm up in 3d o. bellies, at SI ; IS ot. iln, at
aU i.Uu wiich the lnrj.'er hoMins 8 oa. more Ihun iwo aninll bot.
tlesi. fjHili hn anil noi ael imputed upon. Kvery boulelias
' Vnnielina Vesnable l.ithontnpiK Milium," blows aeon
inc. alnaa, ihe nritteti .iaiiatnre ot ' ti. C Vauahn " on tba
lirrciiiMia. anil " ti. C Vuuhn. Iliiftalo." etasajMsl on Us
f't. None other are aenmne. l'reiiaml by Dr. . V.
Vnuiihii, unil aulil m ihe rnnuipal tlrBce, 1KI7 Mein atieel.
HiiIIiiio, alwhiileaalrnml retail. No munition tven to letters
uiilv pv,l paiil po-l paid tellers, or verbal cosarannHisuous
wilicltma nilvice, promptly atleniletl to, gruua.
Wln.Wale A.nra. lluo MuKeaaon Robins, No. 1S7.
IMniili-n l.n. New York C'ily ; Mrs. E. Kidder Sl Co., Boa.
ion ; L. 8. HunLall k Co., Ulnuinnati ; J. Owen tl Vs., lie,
Ifolll Siiira at Bay. (.'hinnaoi Fiak k Hall, Cleveland ; It,
h. Mellow. Hillaburali ; Winer k Diana, Hamilton. C. W..
liul l,,r aula hy all Uw respevtuble Ilruivi.u throuihoel the
I.rr Aareiatn Kamn,
G. Katt'Fmo'i Co., o .Lancast r; l-eonard A Rro
thcr, Bvdi; Shaw antl Hutchinson, Wret Rushville;
D. B. Keinharii. f.itliepoliH: O. H. Moaller, Somerset;
Troon nnd Fickbart, Circltirille; Henry Kinr.Tarltiin;
Dr. U. A t kher, Baltimore. July2, la62 lit
Ceorge Hnmmsl's Prrmium Essenre of Coffee
stANrrACTtTRun rjT Dais rati. Borlka & oo
One Package at 15 cents will save 4 lbs. of Coffee.'
rpiIIS Essence was lately awarded with a silver
1 modal in he American Institute, Now Vork, also
with the first premium lor such artie'es in thuji' rank
in lnititute, Phi adelphia. ...
i'o'J Wholesa'e nd Rvtuil, st the proprietor's soe
l)epot,31H(Cailowhi:l street, Philadelphia. Also.forsalu
by our Agents, sod at tho principal Drug and Grocery
uterus throughout the United States.
This Essence has been proven by many thousands
of the richest and most respectable famines, as well
as by Iho poorer data ol peoplo, almost through tlie
whole United States, to be by far the best preparation
of cotfec ever offered to the public. Coffee made by
his essence is much more who esoine, more doiieato,
finir tlavored, perfectly clear.and, in every instance,
siiprrict to the onest Java Colfeo. "i '
lu order to ;;ive ruil satisfaction antl proof that ths
ahni-n article is perfectly healthy, and tn show some
thins; ofthe deserved reputstion it has gained snd just.
!y entitled to, we annex a fow certificates and recom
mendations, particu'arly re'uting to health, from Dr.
Booth and Dr. Chilton, practical chonmta and Analy
sists of the cities of Fhilsdelphia and New York.
College Avenue, Tenth street, bebrw Market, i
Philadelphia, September, 1861. t
I have examined the essence of Coffee nianufactnr.
ed by Hummel, liohlor Ja CO., and find that ita con
stituents are rot iu lha 'east Injurious to health,, it
may be used froe'y und wi'hrerlect salety.
Pro. of Chomiatry applied to Arts, Krank'in Institufa.
No. Ti chambers street, Kew York, Aug 99, lt-61.
I havn examined sn article prepsrtd by Messrs.
Hummel, UohU-r and cn , Kbi'adclphia, ca'led Essence
of coffoe, which is intended to Sensed with cotfeo,
for the purpose of improving il, I find it free not only
irom any tiling injurious to health, but, on the con
trary, the ingisxlients of which it is composed are per
fect;,- wholesome, i. K CHILTON, M. 1). Chemist,
Fortato O KAUFKMAS ft co., Agents-,
i and other Drugtsrs .".? Grocers generally
Lancaster, Ohio, August 3, lbotl t
Willorv nnd aVooden Ware.
4Doz. Willow Wagons and cradles; 8 do clothes and
market baskets. A large kit of cedar churns, tubs,
buckets and half bushels, wash-boarda, butter prints,
to. For sslo cheap, by .
KKKINOKK. WHITK Jk LATTA,
Lanrastor, June IL 1U62.
A New and desirsbie article recommended .
economy, comfort and avoiding grease on Csr
pets, ox. Tliey only need being seen to induce any
one to purchase thpin. The public ur invited to cat
and see them at the city Drug Store.
Lancaster, Juno 30, EDWARD L. SLOCtJM.
v CABINiAl CHAIR SHOP.
REMOVAL. T. O. Dodsorl has removed his.
Cabinet and Chair Shop Irom Connell's How, t6
A JJotoi tin Broad Street, South of John Lyons' "
Grocery, and formerly '.occupied by J. K. Fishel,
where no will continue t ' nianul'aclus all srticlesio.
Ills linn, as heretofore.
Collins on hand stall times, with a rood hearse trV
attend tunerais in any part of ths county, at reduced'
rates. Thankful for past favor, he respectfully so
licit! 4 continuance of publio suUroDoga. He will
labor to give general Mtislaetion, both as regards price-,
and quality o I hia work.
incasier, Apru o, joo . .. omsis
rocket' Books, Wallet, Porte Mottle
AND CARD CASKS of every kind and style,1
lust recei-ed and for tale rery low at the book .
tore of , - - Juiyl30 JOHN L. TUTHILL
CK)MEand examine our atock of cashmeres De -J
Lanes, Merlnoes, Alpacas, Lustres, Plain Black,
Figured and Fancy Silks, Oinghama.cal icoea, chintzes,'-'
silk, satin, Velvet and at raw Bonnets: ail k: Cashmere. ,
Wool and Blanket shawls; a rich lot of Bonnet and
Neck Ribbons, Dreee Trimminga, Worked collars and
linen handkerchiefa, just received and for sale cheap
by...... LTTTLK It DRESBACH8
TEW FALL GOODS- A largo asnl kenerar 'ano
1 ment nowonenini:. and bara-aint to be J . .
cheap atiyreopposlteSdissjpfl'ilj,;. " ""V