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21) e lUelihj xizdtf.
CITY OF IANCASTEK:
gaiTdar Ercnins, lv. T, ISftS
;Cu, PirscE 7TS of Ogitx. An
appetite whetted by four jresrs of abstinence
from compulsion, and in many instance, for
a much loajrer period, lead (he lover of
liquor to aa excess which ia dangerous, pro
vided he g et. a taste of the "ardent." But
an appetite 'for the spoils of office is even
more difficult to control, and the first op
portunity to appease If, is embraced with a
nervous uess which neither the judgment nor
conscience can control. The following par
agraph from the New York Eetning Post
will be credited without any hesitancy .when
it is understood that it appear in a leading
Locoforo paper in New York city:
"From the very day the election of Gen.
Tierce became reduced to a matter of coin
pirajjvecertainty.down to the present hour,
he has been dogged from city to city,
from village to village, from hi office
to bis house, from his house to his barn, from
his barn to his kifuhen.by a horde of preda
tory politicians, determined, at every sacra
nee of convenience or nrnnrietv ,
early impression on his mind of the value of
iu.t service, in tne late content, and to show
how largely they contributed to its ausnh.
lous result." 1
The slanderers of Gen. Scott appear to
have no regard to decency or propriety
"The cohesive power of public plunder,"
which banded them together to hunt down a
noble and gallant old veteren who forever 40
year devoted himself with an ardoTand pa
triotism scarcely paralleled, to his cuuniry'a
honor and hi country' Interest, i. nnu,
urging them to forget all sense of propriety,
and in their hot baste to whisper thoir own
pra.se. in the ear of Gen. Pierce, they follow
u..io n.sorace. kitchen and hi. .table,
to tell-him how skilled .they were in the
work of calumny and abuse and how effec
tual their ba.enes. proved in procuring hi
e ev.tion to an office he never dreamed of.
If Gen. Pierce is an honest and well-meaning
man, we pity him; if he belongs to the
school of Locofoco demagogues, he can ess
Hy. dispose of all hi. peculiar friends bv
pro.ni.iny what he never Intend, to perform.
Nevorthele.. we can almost fort lo be
n earnest in the matter, by Imagining the
picture which this horde of hungry office
oekr. preaents; ,d if wo 0, had m.
nr.rtal delineator of 1W to transfer it to
paper it would afford amusement enough
to enable every disappointed Whlg to for-
hi defeat. There would bo General
. n .oot, (he don't ride on horseback
n ' running from hi. horse to hi .table
id trom hi. .table to hi. kitchen, fro,., vi.
to village and fnm himli-t to hamlet,
w.th a pack of men after him all anxiou.to
s.-rvo their country and each one bearing
mottoes of various kinds. One exclaims "I
(ullndGen. Scott a coward, and that made
yuu some vote.." Another in . udor lone
-va,I charged Gen. Scott with robbing
- "-ln.ers,.ndn.ade.omeof,y neighbor,
brieve ,t. Another chime. I with .
lueak.ng voice, "Laid that Gen. Scott wa.
three mile, ot smoking , cigar, when the
s.ormmg of Vera Cru, took place, and I
found one man fool enough to believe me
Anotheraay., I charged Gen. Scott with
Hu.ng a common .oidier In the guard house
for appearing on parade with .fly .peck on
nil shirt bosom, and my constituent al
ways believe what I tell them." And so on
to the end of the chapter, each one convict
ing himself of slander and falsehood in the
presence of the man of whom thoy are beg.
If Gen. Pierce lias any regard for himself
and any desire to reader his Administration
decent and respectable, he will say to one
nd all of the hungry pack, "You are not tho
men I want; it is my purpose to labor Tor the
good of the country and cannot carry out my
purposes, surrounded by a pack of ii.divid.i
1. who have falsiflcd'history and slnndoied
one of the purest patrU. oftho country, and
who would ruin me, If by such a course
thoir selfish purposes could be promoted."
Thi Caloho Siiiv. The' Now York
Timo. says: "The experiment of Mr. Erics
son, of applying heated air to the propulsion
of ships, is rapidly approaching a crisis. The
trial ship for this object was launched in this
city several week, ago, and by tho first of
December hor machinory will bo ready to
test the feasibility or the discovery as a sub
titute for .team. Opinion, are much di
vided on the subject. The revolution which
It proposes in navigation is too wonderful
not to enlist the liveliest concern among
business men. The principle if successful
with wator craft, is capable of application to
nearly all machinory now driven by ateain.
Mills, factories, and railway locomotives may
employ it. The discovery, rapid extension,
and employment of the mognctio telegraph,
aro not mora remarkable than this will be
if it practical working should correspond
with the now sanguine hope, of Mr. Erics
son and the friends who are furnishing him
with the means."
Young M:n'$ iUYev.---On Wednesday
evening last, the young men of UiUcity gave
a soiree at the Tallmadge House, which was
well attended. Jleauty and Fashion were
there, and the dancing waa kept up until a
late hour. Tho Music, by Mes.rs. Hite Si
Decker' cotillon band of Lithopoi,was
excellent, the dsncers lively and all in the
bsst of spirits. The refreshments, prepared
by the proprietors of the Hotiso.wa. excel
lnntly arranged and thero wis enough of a
J l . ... .
g..ou variety with plenty to spare. All par.
iie.de.erve great credit-thoso who got it
up, the music Unit kept it up, and the enter
tainer, for keeping all in a good humor.
Capt. McLaie. In thi. ease the Court
Martial has acquitted the defendant, but it is
reported that the President hai disapproved
of the sinter and ordered a new trial.
The reader will remember that he struck a
s..p.-ri..r officer in a difficulty growing out of
ii.- cnarge againit Gen. Pierce, which be
has slnc recanted.
Hoo Maiket. The Scioto Gsiette of yes
tarday evening say.:-.A,l oar dealers are
Pyini? tie tip-top price. 0r$, lo-d.yfor
llr.t quality bog.."
ttTTbe uial of Emila Klauprech't and
... wcnies, tor the .hooting of Dr. Al
bar., ie now progressing in Cincinnati.
LIST OF FKE-TIIUITIS,
ml Society, at their Fair, held Zst rnni 83a
CATTLE CLASS 1.
Imported S. H. Bull, 3 years old.
First premium, to Reber & Kuti,
Second do John T. Brasee,
Imported S. H. Bull, 2 years old,
First premium, to D- Tallmadge,
Second do David Huber,
Imported S. H. Bull, I year old,
First premium, Isaac Claypool,
Second do Ahr. Stutsman.
Imported S. H. Cows, 3 year old.
First premium, to Reber Si ICutx,
Second do D. Tallmadge,
Imported S. H. Cows 3 year old,
First premium, to David Huber,
Second do John T. Brasee
Imported S. H. Heifer, I year old.
First premium, t. Daniel KelUr,
S. II. Bull raised in county, 3 year old.
First premium, to John T. Bruce, $5,00
S. H. Bull cslves rsised in county,
First premium, to Aaron Kagy, 3,00
Second do John T. Brasee. 1,00
S. M. Cow rsised in county, 3 yesrs old,
First premium, to David Huber, 6,00
Second do Thomas Reber, 3,00
S. II. Heifer rained in county, I year old,
Second premium, to Tho. Trimble, 3,00
CATTLE CLASS 3.
Grade Bull, 3 year old,
First premium, to Jos.Reber,
Second do Jno. U. Giey,
Ursde Bull, I year old,
First premium, to Henry Reber,
Grade Cows, S years old,
r irst premium, to Jshn T. Brasee,
Second do Rjbt. Work,
Grade Cows, 3 yetrs old.
First premium, to Felix R.'ber,
Grade Heifer, 1 year old.
r irst premium, to Jreltx tleber,
Grade cows, foreign, 3 yesrs old,
First premium, to I. Light,
Second do J. V. Pearse,
Work Oxen, 3 yesrs old,
First premium, to John Wy lie,
Second do Andrew Peters,
Work Oxen. 3 years old.
First premium, to Reuben Conrod,
Second do John Wylie, .
Work Oxen, 1 year old,
First premium, to H. Pence,
S. H. Fat steers, 3 years old.
First premium, to John T. Brasee,
Second do John T. Brasee,
Grade Fat Steers, 3 years old,
First premium, to Wesley Peters,
Second do Andrew Peters,
Grade Fat Steers, 1 year old,
First premium, to Andrew Peters,
Second Andrew Peters,
HORSES CLASS I.
First premium, to James C. Pearse,
Stallion rsisod in county, 4 years old,
First premium, to J. A. fetters,
J. H. MuFadden, 3,00
Stallion raised in county, 3 year, old,
Firat premium, to Jacob Geiger,
Second do Samuel Hite,
Stallion raised in county. 2 years old,
First premium, to J. G. Shaffer,
Second do John Wollard, ,
Stallion Colts, 1 year old,
First premium, to H. Pence,
Second do . II. D. Drum,
Draft Horse, 3 years old,
First premium, to Jacob Kliailter,
Second do Jesse Tsv lor,
Geldings for light harness,
First premium, to JohnHtimtler,
Second do Jamea C. Pearse,
First premium, John Shelter,
Second do John Koarns,
HORSES CLASS 3.
Geldings, 4 year old,
First premium, to Solomon Beery,
Geldings, 3 yesrs old,
First premium, to J. M. Kinkle,
Second do W. Finckbone,
Geldings 2 years old,
irst premium, to M. U. John,
Second do Samuel M. Sain, 1,00
Mare 4 yean old,
First premium, to J. J. Stsley, 3,00
Second do Robert Kearr.i 2,00
Fillys, 3 years old,
First premium, to Michael Mock, 3,00
Second do J. Crawford, 2,00
Fillys 2 years aid,
First premium, to Tho. Fetters, 2 00
Second do Resin Ashbrook, 1,00
Filly. 1 year old,
irst premium, to John AVWrfis, 2,00
Socond do Robert Work, 1,00
First premium, to H. Obear, 1,00
Socond do Jos, Runner, 1,00
First premium, to Wm. Phelan, 1,00
Second do Wm. Kiger, 1.00 1
Riding Horse or Mare shown by a lady,
First premium, to James V. I'earse, 4,00
Second do Miss Irene Houhten 2,00
First premium, to John Gill, 6,00
Second do John T. Brasee, 3,00
First premium, to J. T. Brasee, 3,00
Second do J. T. Brasee, 2,00
Single Mules, prem. do 2,00
Pair Mules do do 4,00
Mule I year old,
Premium, to Wesley Peters, 2,00
First premium, to John T. Brasee, 3,00
Second do John Gill, 2,00
Merinoe Ruck, 2 years old,
First premium, to John Arti, . 3,00
Second do Adam Weaver, 2,00
Merinoe Bucks, I year old,
first premium, to Felix Reber, 3,00
Merinoe bwes, 2 years old,
f irst premium, to T. P. Ashbrook, 3,00
Second do Felix Reber, 2,00
Merinoe Ewes 1 year old,
Premium, to T. P. Ashbrook, 3,00
Pen live Ewe Lambs,
Premium, to T. P. Asbrook, 4,00
I'en five Buck Lambs,
Premium to T. P. Ashbrook, 2,00
Mixed Buck, I year old,
Premium, to John Wollard, 3,00
Mixed Ewe, I year old, ;
Premium, to T. P. Ashbrook, 3,00
Premium, to A. r ries.ier, 2,00
rrenuuin to Andrew Fncsnor. M0
Boar 2 years old,
Premium, to Coflman &. Camp,
Bnnr, I year old,
Premium td I. Light,
1 S'Z'?'e"-. U
First premium, to Beni. Tllark. ' "
Kecuiid do iSsmuel Cupp,
Snws, yCar 0,(
First premium, I. Lifjht,
Second do Philemon Ewing,
Bosr under I year old,
First premium, to Hamuel Cupp,
Hocond do Ifenry Coulson,
Sows under I year old,
Premium, John C. Riiney,
Pen i pigs, 4 months old,
First premium, to C. Crumley.
Second do Adsm Wesver,
First premium, to A. Apptogate,
Second do John Fauquier,
Polsnd, first prem , Daniel Kiner,
Turkey., first prem, A. Swarti,
Second prem., to A. Keller,
Fir.t premium, to R. Allingham,
seen , do Peter Kemerer,
GRAIN," BUTTER. ETC.
i era .
l.nn I .
Mr. J. J. Gramme,
i nn -
Premium, to D. Kemper, .
Sample Maple Sugar,
Premium, VV. Collumber,
Sample Wheat, . ,
Premium, Gustin Wilson, , .
Sample Oats, prem.,lo A. Arnold, ' 1,00
do Bsrlcy, prem, to Robt. Work, 1.00
Sample Indisn Corn,
Premium to R. D. Sutplien, 1,00
Sample Timothy Seed,
Premium, to David Stntzinan, 1.00
Barrel Flour, prem., to J. Stuckey, ': 1,00
Premium, to Mr. Grantham, ' 1,00
Premium, to R. Shcllenberger, 1,00
Woolen Cloth, premium, to-A. Arnold, 1,00
Rsg Carpet, do to Jacob Pence, 1,00
I Premium, to Mrs A. Z. Graham, 1,00
- Premium to Dinl, Ward, 1,00
First premium, to E. C. miner, 1,00
Second do to Mrs. T. W. Tallmadge,l,00
First premium, to Mal.nda Sweyer, 1,00
Second do toE. L. Grantheiu, 1,00
Cahbsg", premium, to J. Miller, Jr., 1,00
Turnips, premium, to R. Allingham, 1,00
Beets, premium, to T. P.-Aehhrook, 1,00
Csrrots, premium, to R. Allingham, . 1,00
Onions, premium, to John Grovet, 1,00
Tomatoes, premium.lo David Kemper, 1,00
Sweet Potatoes, dotoThoe. Fetters, 1,00
Irish Potatoes, - do to Isaac Wilson. 1,00
Largest pnmpkin,do to James Wiley, 1,00
Squashes, premium, to Jonas Hite, 1,00
Cooking pumpkin, do to H. Rutter, 1,00
Feeding pumpkins do to John Shrieves,l,00
Winter Apples, prem. to Jno U. Giesy, 1,00
Fall Apples, prem. to A. Book waiter, 1,00
Quinces, premium, to James Lask, 1,00
Roses in pots, premium, to Mrs. Denton, 1,00
Dahlias, do to Mrs. Gabelien, 1,00
First premium, to R. Allingham, 1,00
Second do to Miss A. Steinman, 1,00
Premium, to Miss M.J. Brasee, 1,00
Plow for gcncrnl purposes,
Premium, to Beery and Jenkins, 2,00
Plow for Sod, prem to J. Renolds, 2,00
Plow for Subsoil, prem. to T. Ewing, 2,00
Harrow, prem. to Thomas E wing, 2,00
Wheat Drill, prem. Wright Si Selby, 2,00
Corn Planter, do Beery Si Jenkins, 2,00
Straw 4. liny cutter, prem. J. Clarke, 1,00
Two horse wagon, do T. P. Ashbrook, 2,00
Chopping axe, prem. Hunter Si Son, 1,00
Horse elite, do A. Guesman, 1,00
Bugjy, do W. Giser, 3,00
Coal cooking stove, do J. McClelland, 1,00
Wood do do do Beory &. Jenkins, 1,00
do J. Work, 1,00
do G. L. Eckhert, 3.00
do G. L. Eckhert, 2,00
Sett chairs, do G. L. Eckhert, 2,00
Made coat, prem. Miner Poulton, 1,00
Plow harness, prem, Little 61 Mutlack, 9,00
Light do double, prem. do do 2,00
Light do single da do do 2 00
Saddle and bridle do do do 2,00
Side sole leather, do Jacob Shaffer, 1,00
Side upper do do do 1,00
Calfskins, do James M. Pratt, 1,00
Boots coorsp, do Reed Si Baughnvin 1,00
Boot. calf skin, do Work Son as Work, 1, 00
Lndiei' slinners.do Mrs. Gromme,
NUMBER OF ENTRIES.
Yoko Work Oxen,
The committee on Short Hornod
ed Cattle report "that they have carefully
examined the stock presented, and that it
far exreds their expectations, both as re
gards quantity and quality; and was fully
equal to that presented at any County Fair
they have ever attended.
Augustus Pf.br il,
John Reber, Pickaway co.
Thu (lUplny of q'lilts was large and the
Committee found it very difficult to award
The Butter presented was in tho opinion
of the Committee, all of the first quality.
nature ot Arltclei upon wnich no premium
Mr. II. L. Mannon, of Llckinff county, ex
hibited a fine lot nf Sheep, which were con
sidered of a superior quality and are worthy
of special notice.
Messrs. Beery Si. Jenkins exhibited a corn-
sheller and plough for all purposes; Mr.
John II. Rhodes, a bee-box; Mr. G. Sto
ker, a c.der-mill; Mr. J. Montootlt, a black
smith's bellows; Mr. C. F.Beverly, a chain
pump; Mr. Myer. a pump; Messrs.
Wright & Selby, a Wheat drill; Mr. Hen
kle, specimens of grnining; Messrs. Hunter
&Son,a Drawing-knife and Hoe; Mr. Ja
cob Clem, a half-barrel, specimen of tight
work; Mr. John A. Shannon, of Franklin
county, several buggies; Messrs. Little Si
Matlack, a draft horso collar, a traveling
trunk una several specimen, of saddles; Mr
Jacob Shaefler, specimens of harness and
top leather; Mr. James M. Pratt, specimens
ofskirtinir and bridle leather; Messrs. Work,
Hon Si Work and Messrs. Heed Si Bnueh-
man, specimens of boots and shoes all of
which were considered by the severs! com
mittees ..excellent specimens of the v.ri
ous kinds of thesejtoanufactures, a as regard.
utility and workman, hip.worthy oftho high
John S Brasrr, Sec. Johr Reber, Pres.
TKKASUKKH. a REPORT.
Amount received of former Treaaurer,9 1 9: 12
" " from members, 861:00
" " fur entries fcsdn.iltanre, 657:40
" " for lumber sold, 280:17
' ot O. W. Kraemer for
" ' Treasurer of Fairfield co, 150:00
Amount paid for Lum
ber, " 45377:75
" " for prem , 818:00
" " forerectinsr
ground. Sic, as per ex
hibit A, 301:3
Cash on hand 1060:60
John Shjsfme, Treat urer.
ttrTlie t'unard Steamship Company ara
about to add six new screw propeller .team,
ers to that line, with the Intention of run.
ning twice a month between Liverpool and
New York New York. Kingston and Cha.
gres Chagres, Havana and New York
and New York and Liverpool. Four of the
vessels are to be of J ,400 ton. and two of
9,000 ton. burthen, British measurement,
and are all constructing stGlsarow. Each
wilt be furnished with two .team engines of
sou norse power respectively
v5W see itststed that at the late Presiden
tial election, no polls was opened at Bruna-
wtcR, blasgow county lieorina. a. the peo
ple of that locality- were of the opinion ' that
rriNMor tne candidates were worthy of sup.
Tut Fiiich are beginning to under
stand the necessity of the iDeedv convey-
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n-lftwi. ...t.i. I . v. i .k;i r
HUIBIII4 w m, ueepeiicii ana rcKuIJi7""iM
the mail are transported over the railroads
with enextmpled rapidity. Arecent mail from ,
India started from Chalons at noon precise-
It, and arrived at Paris at three. The en
tire distance thus accomplished in three
hour, waa 525 miles an average of 75
miles an hour. The mail was narked in a
second-class car, and this, with the tender '
and locomotive, composed the entire train
OCT At Notingham, England, the great
centre of the lace manufacture, they are
now manufacturing a most beautiful fabric
or lace for. window curtains, bed curtains,
etc., of iron wire. Iron houses, iron ships.
and now iron lace caps for the ladies! Won't
they attract the lightning, and shan't we
have women of metal for our wivesl
."" . , ,
EXTKHSIVE RAILROAD The Cleveland
HrraU think that hv thi firat nf January !
neraM tnuiKs mat, ny tne nrst ot January,
Chicago will bo in connection with. New
York city by railroad.
Votb or Texas. It is believed in Gal
veston, Texas, that Gen. Pierce had car
ried every county in the State. In some
counties he received every vote that was
The Maine Law. The petitions for
the Maine law already presented to the
l egislature of Vermont are signed by 87,-
000 persons, of whom 17,000 are legal VO-
ruLmt- r j . . r .I. K . r.,.-,
QirThe foundation of the New Custom
House in Cincinnati is now being laid. -
The wall are seven feet in width at the bot
tom. OrThe excess of females over males in
England, is 400,000; in Scotland, 150,000,
and in Ireland, 120,000.
SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKINC
THE iin.V-rsljjnnd haa taken into partnerahip In
the Saddle, Hamoaa and Trunk manufacturing
buaineaa, Jowi M. biatlacs, ann raa mmw-wiu
hereafter be fnndin-ted under the firm name of LIT.
Tt.KSe M.iTLACK. The patronage of the public
ia reapertfiillyenllritod. '
TT All thoae Indebted to tho anhacrlber. are earn
eatlv reaueated tocall and settle aatlieold hnainoaa
ii J... JOHN N. 1.ITTI.E.
muni prrinn,iiii.. - -- - -
March 3. 1H63. - A&vAS
H.AIL ROAD NOTICE.
IVOTICE ia hereby given, to the Stockhol Jera of
L the Cincinnati. Wilmington and Zaneaville Hail
Koad Company, that an Inalalment of ten per cont.,
upon each nhare of tho Capital Stock of said company,
ia required to b paid to theunderaigned, Treaaurer
thereof, al his ollice in l-anrasler, on or before the
KIW8TDAY0KMAB' II NKXT, and a like hiatal.
im.nl of ton p.,r cent, every sixty daya thereafter un
til the whole amount ia naid up.
By order of tho Heard of Directors.
JUKI. RADEHAROII, Treasurer,
Cincinnati, W. (k Zaneaville Hailmad Company
NirrKa. Internal will be allowed on all auharrip.
tiona nf ntnck. Irom the tune paid in, until the road
is opened and in operation.
And lor lite convenient 01 aunarrinora, joei.
Fa.Auifi.iN. Kki... of Ciruloviiln. haa been appointed
to receive inmalmenta from aubacribera residing in
Danii 1. WcUiak, Ks ,of Washington, for thoae
reaiding in Fayette county, and
Lawhkxck VrrstiiriiH, Kaq., of Wllmingtou.fi-iim
thoae reaiding in Clinton count v.
JOl'.l, KADHllAl'RII. Treasurer,
Cincinnati, V. & Zancavillo Railroad rutn) any.
February 9, IH5S 1
LOOK II Ell wlciTTll IIO f I VVI.al make
von wearttnt exceedingly old Hat? Po you not
know that M. 8 vt At.l.KY haa roreived the latent Fall
itnlranflltil.il Also, all kinda of CAl'S. Rpinem
ber iho piaceippoaito the Tallmadge llouho, & tall in
l.ancaft.er, aoipuini'nr o, irvii.
O vM"vli'l in : ii jr Tfl i Hr I-J' .
OVKB WW.V Milllf nef Toafan-nnialrhsve been
ructivpd by Iho fruprietor of McAliator'a ALL
Krom Physicians the most I
skilful a n d celebrated, '
from Councillors learned i
H the law. from Judaea of:
celebritv on tht flench,
from Ministers of tho Oos-
pel, whnaa unde lating In-
togrlty have made them
ahinins lizhta in the nalh
if of Truth, from enlighten-
jH .l Dmfnmanrm )',.
? Unvrh.nla. A fvmn fhn.a
au,l d fffn among mauuiiid all of w-hich, without
one diiaenting objnetion, pronounce this Ointment to
he 111 inn'
Aa day by da v It unobtruaivoly cxtondu ita sphere
or action along the borders of our vast cmintrv, and ia
clr-iiLtAdthrnnirhollt ita imtent. new avldxncea nfita
powor and now proofs of its elH' scy are continually nishlng a complete and perfect aubstituto for It. By
developed. TArce million! of boxes, applied to dia- ; the aid of Una preparation, the pains and ovila of indi
oaao within the last four years have eatablished the gestionauJ dyapepsiaaro removed.juat aa they would
sitoundin fart, boyondthe power of cavil or rent s
llctinn. that it ia iMrAl.t.ini.r in tho cure of all Tu
mora, Ulcurs, Sores, Burns, Tetter. Piles, Scrofula,
Krvsipnlas, chilblains, scald Head, sore Kyes, Quinsy,
er.mp, Klioiimatiam, nroiien ureaat, Ague in tno r ace,
corns, (to. It complntcly reatoreathe Inaenalble per-
pihatios, anil ny ttna meana openatnoanavenuea ny
which naturo inreiiuea in expei me ninroto inntior ol
thn bodv thua la thesyatem cleansed: the blond pu-
It has pnwar to cause all extant.! sores, Srrnful-
uiu 7timo. and ;'"0S0IW wounds to diachargs
thrputrldm.ttor: .fld thenbei' Aem, It (.rightly
r suu me noaitii resmrna
termo- All Healing, tor there 1 scarcely a uisoaso
oaternal or Internal, that it will not benefit. I KVt
..i......,.,iinni. th.t It tt'llt ..A, benefit I "ave
of the cheat; con.u.np.ion ad liver; involving the at-
i haa it fa
moat danger and reaponainiiity; and I declare liotore
heaven and man, that not in one single c.ae ha. It fail.
edtohonofitwhonthe patlont was within reach 0f
J.McAUSTK.n.141 Kulton - st.,NiiwYorl(.SoloPro
printor. A. a S. IIuxdsv, Agents for Ohio.
Sold hv E. I.. Klocum and Otto W. Kraemer, I.sn - aa
tor: K. Kalb, Rushville; W.W.Heed, Carroll; M.Camn.
o I. Pirkorlnzton: Leonard and Brother, Uasil: A. K.
Mitthnfl I n.1.lllm S.tnttnl n..tln, U' nnk.y... I
Knddey! Lithopolls; K. Geohegn, Baltimore; J. Clay. I ysrlotts articles of food, and ofotfocting a kind oi'er
pool.Naw Salem; i. snd 8. tlnnboe, Amanda; Daniel V'r ojgc.ton of them in no wise dirl'erent from the
I uwkin, Sugar Urnve; As
hbainh and Ber-rv. Bremen.
0-tiber23. 1H61 36
I Inili'A ItctlifiMl Fiiriwry Itrinovrd
GKORCJK SMITH has removed hia Chair and Bod
atead factory from the corner of Wheeling snd
Columbus streets, to Slanbery'e Buildivg nn Main
street, two doors Eaat qf (As llorkivg Valley Bank
nnaairtcliyopponre ine i necieerea store. He haa on
, ... r , ii ...
Urged hi. Iiu.inos.anc Intendakoeping on
naiiti m.targoa, anu oeat aaaortment of
CHAIRS nnd IlF.IfMTEAIS
aver before kept in this place; con.i.tin
in part, of Cane .oat. Cottage, Dusllj
Krench, Scroll top, Village, common and
Children's Cnaira. Snciablea and Ketteea.
All descriptions of BEDSTEADS manufactured ol
either Cherry, Walnut. Maple or Sugar.
Hi work will all lie madoof the vnrv beat materiel
by good workmen and of the latest snd most spproved
patterns. It will he inferior to none manufactured
elaowhore and will be eold at the very lnweat orirea.
A continuation of the very liberal patronage oftho
public la respectfully aolicitod. It ia the intention oi
the tuhacrilier to keep s full and general aasnrtment
at all timet, so that he will be enabled to accommo
date both old snd new customer, with anything in hi
line. In connection with hie establishment is Sir. O.
L. Eckert'a Cabinet IVare Room.aotnatrustoniertrai
be accommodated with all articloa requisite to com
plete s full aaaortment of Houaehnld r urniture. Call
and tee. GEOKGE SMITH.
Lancaster, November 1, I860, 36
(.HEAT REVOLUTION IN FRANCE.
1AM jutt now receiving and opening out a large
and well selected
Stock of Sprint; nnd Rummer C'ooiIm,
whlch I am determined to tellat low st any other
House In Ohio.
I.ADIFS ANI fiFNTLKMfcjr
who wish to purchase will And the following article,
Dress Silkt, fancy snd plain; Silks do.; Fancy Lawns,
Silk Beregea, Fancy Delanoa. Callroea, Glnghama,
White and fancy Kohes,embrd; Parasols and fans,
sll kinds; White damask crape shawlt
Worked CuffV, Sleevet aad collars; Bonnet Ribbons;
French and taacy flowers, dresa trimmings;
Dress buttons, of sll tori.; silk snd linen orados;
New Style Bonnets,
Edgings snd lace; black al'k lace; new style bloomer
comba: anparinr Polka; Maraeillea Veatlngt;
Cloths and casaimerea, Sattlnets, Joans snd tweed.;
Muslins Irom j to I 4 yard wide, shooting;
ii leached muallna, cotton yarns, tickings, nagging;
Leghorn anal Palm Lenf lint's new styles,
Batting snd Qtieen.wam, s very large atockof
BOOTS AND SHOES:
sad prices to auit customers.
All thoae who will favor ma with s cstl belors they
buy elsewhere, will ba saving money by doing to.
Lancaater, April U JALUBfLUU l.
OIUNOM AIVD KrEltlONS. . .
AFw Bbxet iiiat-ravoalned' at the city city Drug
, tors. BDWAiRD h. SWCVM.
UatutsD Jan 2f h
TJ.V1- -i ft
A .. .1
For Ska rapid Curt f .
COICIIS, (OLDS, II0ABSEXESS,
CROUP, ASTHMA, AND
M.n v mn of trial, inatrad of inuirins ha pub-
lie cr nfidrnra inthii mwlicini,, ha w en for it an p-
precision Mid noti.riely by fr exceeding th. moat
Mneuins expertallcnt ol IU Inriu". coining ow ns
e . r . nlnWlllbi, benefit ronfor-
rod on thonsande of aufferora, ctiuld originite and
maintain the reputation it enjoya. Whiie many info-rifrr-mdiei
thrut upon the community, havo failed
mnA hMn diaranlmi. thia haa eaind frh'n la by every
I trial, conferred benefits on the adlicteti they can ne
ver lorgt. anri proiiucen curea iw nwiuaivw u tw
remarkahln lo be forgotten.
While it ia a fraiidon th publ e to rrotend that any
one mdicin i will infallibly cure atill there ia abun
dant proof that the chkrkt vkctosai doea not only
as a g-'neral thine, btit almoat invariably, curs the
ma Indira for which it ia employed
Aatim maitea these facta wider ami botti-r knows.
thia mdicim haa gradually become the beat reliance
of the eltiicted, from the log-cabin of the American
j pnaaan', to the palaces of Kuropcan Kinga i Through-
lout thia entim country, in every State, city, and in-
dned almoat every hamlet It contain!, chxrhy mm-
tohal ia known aa the brt remody extan' for dia-
rounirina, it ia coming to be extcnivolv uand by their
most in'ollisrnt Hhvaicians In (irnat Bnlian, r ranee
an Germany; wh 'ra the modical acience have reach-
id their highest perfection, chkhbt pkctobai. is in
troduced, and in constant uxe in the Arniitja, I loxpitala.
Alma-houaos, Pub ir Institutions, and in domestic prac
,ire. as the aureat remedy their atf-nding Chyairiana
can employ for the more dangerous aflecljona of the
lUnga. Also in mnurr cawi., aim lur iiiiuic. i
sale, pleasant, and etfi-clual to cure. In fact, some-of
thn most flattering teatimnniala we received havo been
from parents who have found it elKcacioua in caaes
particularly incidental to childliood.
The ciiKuav FKCTOsALiaJnsnufactured by a prac
tical rhemi't, and every ounce of It undi'r hie own
eye. with invariab'e accuracy and care It ia sealed
and protected by law from counterfeits, consequent
ly can be relied onaa genuin? without adulteration.
We have end -avnred hare to furnish Iho commu
nity with a m-dii-in" of auch Intrinsic auporiority
an I worth a nhould command itself to their confi
dence a r'medy at onceaafe, apeedy and effectual,
which thia haa by repeated and countleaa triala prov
ed itsoll to be; and trust bv great care in preparing it
with chemical accuiacy, of Uniterm atrengili to allord
Phv.i,i.n. . nw .apnt nn which tlmv can mlv for
ihhMtmnilt.. ami the .fllictBd with remedv that
will do for them all that medicine can do.
.. . - ... , .
SHXPAHKD BV l.O. ATM, CHEMIST, LOW K LI., MASS
Sold in Ijncaster by Kaulfman At co. E. L. Slocum
and f)r. M. Z. Krei ler, Rushville, K. Kalb, and by
DniRKlats and Dealers in medicines every where.
November 4 1802 3mnS
ntcrad areonllns to Act nf Congress, In the yraar
1861, hj J. 8. UOUOIITON, M. I., In the clerk's
Oflea or the ll-lrtct Court Air th Eastern
District of Pennrrlranta.
Another Scientific Winder!
GREAT OURE FOR .
Or. J. 8. HOUGHTON'S
rroparoil trom RhMwrT, or Ihe fourth Stomach or j
tiik ux, alter Oliwtlons ol a Hon uiisib, tne
grost Physiological chemist, by J.S. IIouoiito.i M
i T. Fliilatl Inhia. Ponnavivania
: This la trul y wonderful ninicdv for InJlL-ost'on.DYS
I pepsia, Juandirn, liver complaint, constipation, and
j liobilitv, curing after Kature'a own inuthnd, by
I Nature's own Asenl. thn Ciaslrir Juice.
I "Haifa tosapoonful ot t'rpsiN, infused in water,
I Will lliirA4t tlf lliwanl WO. F. C i'titlzuin fl f ft ljrf Ifcc
fn about two Aours. out ol the atomsch.
Pbl'MlN Is tho chief element
or (treat Dieeslii's
Principlo of tho Oastrir Juicfj the eolrent of the
Food, the Purlfyivg, Preserving, and etimvloting
Agent oi tne v'onncii anu lutoaiinua. II is extracted
from the digestive stomach of the Ox, thus torming
i Artificial Dig 'stive Fluid, prcciael like the na-
tural (iastr.C Juii'C in its chemical powers, and flir-
- 1 bs uy neaitny
atomach. It iadeinc wonderv for Dva-
neptics, curins caseaol Dchilitv. emaciation, nervous
decline and dyspeptic consumption, supposed to bo ou
the vergo of thegravn. Tho Scientific evidence upon
which it is based, is in the highest decree curious and
BARON I lEHHl in his celebrated work nn Animal
chemistry, saya: "An Artificial Digestivo Fluid, ana-
' ,from. mucous membrane of theatomach oftho (
I various siticlos of food a. meat and f
I -' i,. Ju" in
iiigoun m, i,iif uennc juice, may oe reauiiy propsrea
imach ot Iho Calf,
aame manner ai they would be In thn human stomach."
or v uitinD, in in, nnnsio amungs on ma "rny
1 sll-pifovsilin" cause of Dyspepaiai" sm
I ,h " 'i'incinl JVofesw ol ro"dicine
I 7 ... S: .' t j c ' rc r jj i V
,h '""cned JVofewr o medicine in Undon,
who wsa aoyeroly snllctwl with this compiaint, nnd-
i -" " ,"" " "-
- '"c iuice, obuiiaj? irom tpa iiomacna oi living ani-
,Tai wh''h proved tm,i?letcly nt'tayui.
- I Ihr. GRAHAM, author otit." famouK wqrkson"Ve-
P'". Illot," ays: "It ia a romslltable lalin ptiy-
I """"Ky.inai rne Momacna ot anuntla, macera'u in
water, Impart to the fluid the property of dissolving'
I natural digestive process."
I . Wc on x" Agent, and get a Descriptive circU'
ur, gratis, giving a largeamoiintolacicntilicnviilence
similar to the above, together with reports of remark
able cures, from all parts of the Unit I States.
Ae a Dysprinia Curer,
Dr. HOUGHTON'S 1'EPblN haa produced the moat
marvellous e libels, in curing caaea of Debility, Ema
elation, Nerrout Decline and Dtapeptic roneumptio t.
1 1 i. ni!i-iiii,iiiiu in hvb mo aeiai a ol caaea In tho lim-
it. of this advertiaementihut authenticated esrtifisstes
I. I- i.. Ii. I- -i l i . f, r -r "
hsveboen given of more than Two Wunrfrcr. nfmoraf.
o,cn.rc, in Philadeh.hia.NewYork and Boatonalone.
These were nearly all desperate rases, and the euros'
were not only rspld and wonderful, but permanent.
It is a great fervoa Antidote, and particularly
1 useful for tendennv to filliniia rliann..,. J
plaint, fever and ague, or badly treated fever and
i ague, and tho evil etfurta of Quinine, Mercury, and
other drura noon the Ditrmtivx flnran.. .n... i
sickness Also, for excess in eating, and the tno free
use of ardent spirits. It almost reconciles Health
Old Stomach ComplaMs.
There It no form of Old Somaeh complaints which
it doea not a- em to reach and remove at once. No
matter how bad they may be, itgittf Instant relief!
A tingle doss removes all the unpleasant aymntoma;
and it only needa to be repeated for s short time to
nuke thoae good effects permanent. Parity of Hlnod
and vigor of Body follow at once. It ia particular
ly excellent In caao. of Nauaea, Vomiting, cramps,
soreness of Ihe pit nfthe stomach, diatreaa aftereating,
low, cold state of the Blood, Heaviness, lownost of
spirits,detpondoncy, emaciation, weaknes,tendency
to Insanity, anicidn, Ac.
Dr. HOUGHTON'S PEPSIN. It told by'naarlyall
the dnalorsln, lina drugs Si Popular Medlcinrs.through
out the United States. It la prepared in Powder aad
in fluid form snd Prescription vials for the use of
Private Circulars for the use ol Physician., may
be obtained of Dr. Houghton or hi. A gents, describing
ths whole process of preparation, snd giving tho au.
thorltipa upon which the claims ol thia sewrerm dy
are baaed Aa it ia not a secret remedy, an objection
can beiaised against its usobv Phy sicians'in respecta
ble atanding and regular practice. iVice.tl per bottle.
JTOneaavn this! Every bottle of the genuine
PEPSIN bear ths written signature of J. S. HOUGH
TON, M. D., sole proprietor, Philadelphia, Pa. Copy,
right and Trade Mark secured.
JT-Sold by sll Druggists and Dealers In Medicines.
renla KDWAR L. SLOCUM. LsHCAirKk;
Da. J. M, Wilson, Newark;
Thodp . Eickasdt, Circloville;
MarchSS. O. RobsbtS, CoLtraiars 47
Ml titer h :omliir
AND every body should supply themserrs with
worm clothing. Com sud look at our stork of
Cloths, Over-eoatinga, eamimeres, Satinets, Jeans,
risneelt, UruM,UrjW-thirti,aod Drawsrs, just re
ceived and for tals cheap by
sept 27 - LITTLE k DRESBACB8
II i i Mm.iiimwm iiWIinniiiimiiiiwr
Kossnta and Magynt Hatsy .
CTnAW.Palm .nd Leghorn, bssutlftil aaaortment
IIOOT ANTJ H1IOE tXTAnLISHMENT.
PI " VHK,8OSllW0RKo1'
VI w W full v inform tlia eitigaiu af I'
Want ol Slocuia's Drue Store with a lam mud
iplrndld muutrtmeut of everything ia their line.
Their Spring purchaaea hare been selected with
care and are larger than uaual.
LADIr'.S! We havetakenapeclal care it makinc ear
purchaaeaao aa to please you.
We have little ot everything, from s Jamav Lurs)
BuasiM dnwa to the smalieet chlldraa'a shoes.
We have alao oa hand and are prepared to maketo
utarestcVt Pmkln una Seomltu OetUert, Con
roaa Boota.fce. We also have on hand Ladles Gum
r'INDlNUS. he. Wears alao prepared tofurnlah
Shoemakeraand Finding Storea with t indinga oferery
dearrlptinn, auch as Kits, 1'egs, Boot-webbing, 8hoe
atrinra, Larra, r.
ol Leather. Morocco bindings, fee., alwayi oa
In addition to the work on hand, we are prepared
ia heretofore to manufacture everything in our lina.
mrown worn neeae no recommendation- vta nop
Sy proper attont ion to our buaineaa. tnaecure a fair
, hare of ttva public patronage, aa ws willalwayabs
on hand to wait upon our cuatomera and do ourbest to
WANTKD The subscribers will take one or two
rood and induatrious boys to learn the Hoot and Shoe
making UunncM. WOUK, SON & WORK.
Lancaster, May 19, lao-j. a
.Marble, Sandntono nod Freestone Factory.
fVUR Machinery ia now in successful operation, and
poraona wanting any ol tne louowing named ar
ticle, would consult thuir own interest and confer a
favor bv giving us a call.
MOSOAIKym ol Marble, we will famish at a
HEAD AND FOOTSTOXES of tho aame; we
hare of beautiful forma and highly polished.
MONUMENTS OF SANDSTONE in a grost
variety of forms. Head and Footstonos of the sains
SANDSTONE FOH BUILDINGS. r . Raree-
work.Caps and Sills.Cappin for w,.lla or Chimneys,
Mooring lor foniroa. If lagging lor w sua or epung
houses, L'olumDs, Gate or renco-posts, well-tops and
lleart.ia. A. J. L.IL.LI s LU.
Lancaster, May 19, IS6-2. dw3
LANCASTER MACHINE FOUNDRY.
G-DK VOL & CO. are preparod to (urniah all kinda
nf Stenm F.ngines, upon short notice and
at Cincinnati and Pittsburgh prtcea.
Also, all kinda ol IUUI ((paring. Hoisting Mrnw,.
Regulating Screws.Jack Screws; Fuller's Screws and
Mill Spindles of cast iron or wrought.
Pales and Drivera. See. &e.
They will also I'urniah the Parker Wheel to
. ,. t j i- . I I., ,
mil any neao Ol warnr, ana wirn eiincr iron or vmnv
snail. Aiso,ine AiKinson neei ni npaaaoore
I lie patent on the 1'arker nneei nas expired ana con'
seouently thev can be had much cheaper.
They also continue to make Devol's Threshina
Machine", and keep a lot constantly on hand; war
ranted the beat in Ohio.
All the above articles will bo made with eapecial
care and bv the beat workmen, and will be warranted.
All kinds of renarinerdonounon the sliortnat notice.
Thev alao keep constantly on hand, ALL KIND OK
- . ..,,, ."...ii.. i iv i fPL i
gn1 u"y rpi In r"unu.rX' 1 "X mT
! mpletd rnair trom shop.
ao that thoae who call,
i can ev. mine tliliir worlr.
Thev are alao st thia time manufacturing the I.c-
fell Cook Stove, which received the first Premi
um at the Ohio State Fair at Cincinnati last. Kail, and
will keep them cot.stanl ly on hand.
The known quality of the work done at thia estsb
liahinent tor many ynara pastU the beat guarantee that
in future, the aubacribera will labor to dosire tho pa
tronage of the public. t-Thoy invite examination.
Lancaster, May W, 1881 O. DKVOL CO.
Jtnnilter, l-apep!ia, Clirnnle or dervana'
Pr bi tty Ularaseanf (he KMit.r.
A ND all dianasea arising from a disordered Urol
L. and Stomach, auch as constipation, fullness, m
hlood to the head, acidity oftho atomachiausea.hpart
bum. distant for food, fullneasor weight in theatomach,
sour erurtationa. sinking or fluttering at the pit of the
stomach, swimming of the head, hurried and ditiictilt
breathing, fluttering at the heart.rhoskingorautTock
ting aonaationa when in a lying posture,dimness of vis
inn, dots or weh before thesight, fever, dull pain in
the head, deficiency of perspiration, yellowness ot the
skin and yea, pain in tneaide, back, chest, limba, e.,
sudden flushes nf heat, burning in the flesh, contant
maginings of evil, and great dvpresiion of spirits,
C AN Bi: KITF.CTl'AI.LY CUBKD BV
:ti.i!ti:tTMi tir.vmw nrrri its,
P'rprirrft Ijw Dr. C. Jf. Jsthwa,
AT TIIK UK KM AN M KDICINK STOll r
Via. lia Arch glreer. Phllarlclphle.
Their power over the above diseases la not excelled
If equalled, bv anv other preoaration in thn United
States, as the cures attest, in many cases .ifter akil
l r..i nh. !.;.. v-.j r.;ij '
! The' liittors are worthy the attention nf invalids.
Posseaaine sreat virfne's In thn roclif,r.lin
disease, of tne liver and lesaer glsnds. exorcising ,he
most searching powers inwaknea A alfertinns of the
Hi. .D AND VK CONVINCED.
.. ., , .
, iuiii uire lin.nin litre.
The editor said. D comber 'M-i "Dr. lTimflnnd's
Celebrated Hrrmun lllttern for the cure of 'iver com
plaint, jaundice, dyspepsia. Chronic or nerrons debili
ty, ia dnserreilly one of the moat popular medicines
of thn day. Those hitter hare been used by thou
sands, anda friend at onrelbow sava he haa himanlf
received an elfectual and permanent cure of liver
complaint from tho uae of this remodr.
Vte are con-
vinceu mat, in rne use ot roose nirmra, thn psrienl
constantly gsins strength and vlcnr a fact worthy ot
great consideration. Thoy are pleasant in taste and
smell, and csn be used by persons with the most deli
cate atomaoha with safety, under anv circumstances.
We are speaking from experience and to the afflicted
we advise their use."
'ScoTT'W,tRi.v,"ono of ths best Literary papers
published, aaiil, Aug. 25: "Dr. Hoofland's 'German
Bitters, manufactured by Dr. Jackson, are now recom.
mended hy some of the moat prominent members ol
ths faculty, as an article of much etlicacy in cases ol
female weakness. Aa auch ia the case, we would ad
vise all mnthorato obtain a bottle.and thus aave them.
.Alva, mlt.h .Intrn... Pannn. nf .lt. 1 1 ! -.-. .1
tutions will find these bitters advantaeooua to their
health, as we know from experience the salutsry of-
foctthey hove upon weak systems.'
The Hon. '. D. IIinklike, Mayor of tho citv of
"fijnd the adjoining eounliH, thai they are 01
bW hand as aaual. at their old atand one
Camdnn, New Jersey, says: whole United States, to be by far the best preparation
4 Hoovi An's Uikmas BtTTKHS. We havo seen ' of colfee ever offered to the public. Coifee made by
msny flattering notice, of this medicine, snd the this Essence is much more who esome, more delicate,
source from which they came induced us to make in-1 finer flavored, perfectly clear, and, in every instance,
quiry respecting Its morits. Krom inquiry we were ' superior to the finest Java Cotfea.
nersuadod to uso it, and must tay wo found it speci-1 In order to give full aatittfsction and proof that tho
tic in its action upon diaease oftho liver and digestive , above article u perfectly healthy, sod to show eoirav
organa. and Ihe powerful influenco it exerts upon thlngofthedeaervcdreputationithMgaincdandjist.
nervous prostration ia really surprising It calms . ly entitled to, we annex a fw certiHcatea aad Mceast
and strengthens thenervos, bringing thom into a Itato : mendations, particularly re'ating to health, front Dr.
nf mnA.n m.l.-tn. .1 Mfnn.l.fn. i Huoth an,t Dr. Chilton. Dractical cheniiitta and Antlv.
I It,' this medicine was mora generally used we
aitf sstisfiml there would be le-a sickness, a. from
the atoT'Sch, liver, and norvou. system the great ma-
joriry of rci1 snd imaginary diaease. emanate Have
them in s h-althV condition, and you can bid definc
to epidemics gcnoraL'". This extraordinary n-edi-
cine we would advis 'ou:' friend who are at all in -
diapoaod. to glvs s trial it nf.'1 recommend itself
It should, in fact, be in ever" family. No other me-
dicint can produce .uch eviilencxs of merit."
Evidence upon evidence has br.n received (like
the foi-egninsl from all sections ol the L'.'i'on, fbo last
throe years, and the atrongeat testimony In jt f. vor,
is.thst there 1. more of it used in the practice o.' the
rogul.r I'hysici.n. nf Philadelpliia.than all other nos-
Iruint combined, a fact that, ran eaailv ha e.ti,hli.hnd
and hill v proving that a tcientifir preparation will
moot with their quiot approval whon prptentod even
tit mi. innn.
That thit medicine will cure Liver complaint snd
Dvspepala, no oin can doubt after using it aa direct
ed. It acta specifically upon the atomach and liver;
it ia preferable to calomel in all bilious diseases
the effect it immediate. They ran be administered
to female or infant with tafety and reliable benefit
at any time.
Look well to the mark of the genuine.
They have the written signature ol C. M. JACK.
80N upon the wrapper, and hit name blown in ths
bottle, totfAoKt which they are spurious.
For tale, wholesale and retail, at the
GERMAN MEDICINE STORE.
No. '.20 ARCH street, one door below sixth, Phlla
delphis, and by respectable dealers generally through
out the country.
Price Reduced To enable all clasaea of invalids,
to enjoy the advantages of their great reatnrative
powers Single Bottle 75 cents. Also for tale by
K AUKFMAN ft CO.. Lancaster. Ohio.
Wholesale Agonta for Ohio, SPINK ft HOWARD,
Wooater. Ohian September 16, 1863 lrl
MeELROYo.niLLINf.HUR.ST have removed their
Boot and Shoe Shop to Giosy'a building, fisrt
door east of the Exchange and immediately onpooait
Mr. Samuel Boery'a Grocery 'a, where they will keep
on hand snd manulacttira to order. Boots tnd ehoat
of the beat quality; all warranted and sold st low fi
gures. Pitas roll at the Railroad Sign.
MeEIMOY It BILLINGHUItST.
Lancaster, April IU, IH63 fi(l
Dr. B. P. TowHsentl'k lximri f
TIIK romarkable sanative powers of Jhr. 8. P.
Townsend's Sarsaparilla, have induced numer
ous attempts to counterfeit it, and make fraudulent
tats of Dr. Towmsixd's bamk to wcure the sals of
These eounterfeita and imitations only pnovn ths
vai.ub of tho okioihai.; snd no hiqheb com nj.
atKirr could be paid to Dr. 8. P. Townaend's Extract
ofSaraaparlila, than laborious efforts that havo bean
mads by many to get up something like it.
' A supply of the Genuine Article, kept coastahtly
eahanaby . K A UFJTM AM . CO. .'
. Lonaaster, August 4,4869V , . ..
II In ii It niiunuii
. ; WESTERN NEW YORK v
coixraE of health
K. 207 0Ia.I Street, Buffalo, If. T.
dr. o. o. TAuamrs
ifiETMii mmm mm
Ti 1st caUUalnl rsoMilr a coaauatlr taeraaatas Ma tsaaa ar
Urn aaaar aafaa a a aiaaias
aUX 0YXB TEX WORLD.
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ta It astasias far aaaaaW aaa. saat ia
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jf saw leas alaa. In. fntpUn jmr TmbmMw. Thai
as leaallal aa Cnataaa, aad ikaslaw and Inaulrat
' 1 .l ,r """,". " la a Oaarsa wlwca
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w rieMa aa this piaaadr-aast tranlaiai aas k aaWielr
-riiue! wita imlMiuoMM. Lt aor ana whe baa ara
i arauKaa, of Dfeetr, of anr okaraout kaaa ikaarusaa
aaa. al. U lW .o.M aaii la. aaaataraT
AfFLICATIOH 07 THI Bfin.
a parnjtale tba araleaa aad 1st the aaaasaalalad wau (oar
aoar, vnl, l all ap aaain. and Saallr aa aad la a dajadlal
la. an lsi )aat aaa Uu raaaailr in wm, ana a exenra
aiaara. I y Uwaa ttt K al mi, kw f Qua aaaaaa. sad aaars
awlala.il lhay will si' ha lair trial.
and an .lawaaaa T th anaarr ertaaai tbttkasa dlsuaaaias ,
oi alnu. it atanits alcma i na Him artioW aaa rHa ro.l
d a laalilaal la will oaaslaea taa aaaat aaapuoali
SKBTLITT 07 TEB tTSTEaT,
arnh Lank. areaktMia, aflh KkiMm. a n . m UmmiU
al" aaiaa, is ianMliawlr ralimS b a law dara ata f title
aaaMMM. aa aaaaa a, aiwara a rasalt ar ttaaaa. llalaxlaaa
A CKSTAII RXXXST
fcraaok seaaplniala, and alas foe awancnomta af laaSnanla
MinOil awatuaalloaa. Na laniel aaa saarbaae ararsdasespt
l.ii., which woald th lh alad af iraii(aanu. It aanr
lw Fdhal apaa aa a aai and SaUT MaMtlr, and Slat w leal
psramual la da aa, auakl sire
A THOUBAin) VAXES
as proof nf otir, la thia dial is ina elaw vt oovaplahlta. lies
pnmiihhit. AU broaaadawn. dcbilhatail eomutauons. froea
Ihe elTeot f nMronrr. will And tba nraoins powar ot Uim arti.
) to act irMrfitalr, aad lha poisoaeaa aaiaaral arauioalad
trom th ,ysteaa.
Tba al ditunel pmpanlaa wbieti soaapoaa thia artiala, atartW
real IbeaMtlvea partHalarlr ia the applioalioa af tba eaaav
poarat, lor Ilia dulranins Cars of eomptuinta which Iwaal
Uiw imrnaraph. Fat oanlarios tbar has baas asad ia las
north of Kuropa. a .
CEBTATS BOTAVICAX A0ZHT,
which 1ft nil dt ii aa-, of slwnnffmMtto of tha Amlt ftfUM.
oiMtineiiom, (aiiSunliic, pat n l a I mrulrntKrm, baa
tHfulnl a onrt. Thi- root m imllcenoiit to or twil, Rmi kMnvd
la nrw qnnntitU!, ttrvtl u a tnmfiulnal propertr, itambi wtilt
oal no aqiial ; il forms on of tha coonr(t In Um pfajm,
Uon. whhih, ai a whoW. (a tha btiaMiirflvtriavee to m
ilchilftatrd rVinnle j it is tan, immI Um jrMaas will ba mtoroil
H hmlih hy ita im.
For lha i.it ol all SrmntlieUi! IritaaMa attandant on araa.
ftraiwir kallnyn tho-a tlMtreninf aitd puinftt tronblaa whioa
alen occur both to marrioq ami unoiamad faaMlaa. ami rtv
aioTca thoaa prilruai abaatiooa which antw fro UkiiMI
CONBUMPTIOlt ANtt Ltvn Con r laiht, Biliius Di.
Mav Irt Ummmtwrn nf Uu t.nmgs, Cugkat CMa, Hw.
Jiitkt SnwU, W-knm 4-c, tor all Uwm olaMiaa M
Meillcina baa a?ar baaa ita aqaaU .
CAHCEES. FKVEK 80RK8. BCROTULBu
AyjPA'PP JOINTH.H AKD TUMORS, ami 8P1MAI
AFFECTIONS thia AeAetn ks aaa it eurtng Uu writ
cam; la a. aaa afiUlai Kit Ucit wrapaiaM, areas alaar,
AcaUata ( Im (Au Mtdiehu. at a cars araU CHTUIL, ra.
aW raa, ,'u km, tAn-s aViar aw Mcdnnu ans Hfmr as
awWS ita ataai. Call an Jifcnlt aaa1 at a raatpalat.
rSTZS A5D A0US.
To iht Grain W; pclaMr. and wheRrat iha com.
plalnU pratali, thu saai.ioia Ia ollarad.
HO HIMERAX AQKHT,
no rictatariona 'comimund ia s part at this nixtara, h earaa
ihM diam wuli oaruiutr and oalariir, and dus not las
UN, nrMm toriiid.
Il ia aiail of roots alone, and ia poralr a TwMablo Pre para
flon, and hii nothitia in it. oomioaillon which oat, ia tba laaas
Qjura any .teraon antlar anr oircnmilanc. whatarar. N a
Baeroas ocriiliuaia. of th nifflicsl letitwlabilit ara pabliahaal
ta lb paaaplilau, whiuh ar ilMtribulad sniluiloaalr
S wawpltUat af a arntl painful character, it
IlUfXSIATZLT BELIE VXD,
anil a our follows hr k taw (lay, an or thia artiol I II Is (af
baton anr oilier iimparatioa for thu iluwu, ot for anr ether
Sisaaaa onsinauna Iroa, irapura blood. 8ea pnmphlal.
rill find lha niteratit prapaniaa af tliia aniclsv
PUXIET THE BLOOD,
anil Hrlr aauh iliwaMS from th aruara. 8a pnmphlt fo
bMliawnr pfonraa in ull diraaMs. which tba limiuof an wlvar.
Uwraml will not permit to lia nnnrnl Itara. Alanla lit. tlaraa
awn ( ihr oonlain a ma of oerliauataa of bl(h obaraotsr.
and a stronger
ABSAT 01 PR00T
or IhasMtUMofanwriicia, neaeranpannd. It la on of Ihe
peculiar ummre ol thia article that II nerer laile la baneAl ia
anr taw, and 1 1 bono nu asnsel an lelt lo baild apua 11 lbs
aava:iiilnl ana llurln in.ulul
aad kwp tultlns ihe mediuin aa Imi sa Uam is aa Ibbpssts.
anral. Tit proiiruior would
CAUTIOlf THI riJBLIO
ssaiaai a aaaibar af artiola whkjh come eat amler Ibe haul el
8ARSAPAEILLAS, 8TB.UP8, he,
asenree rnr lrotr, Grnirel, ko.i Thar an anoil for aetriiris,
ami onmoeleii to aull th aawarjr t
TOUCH THEM NOT.
Tlteir inmititn nerer ihiiusht or iinnni inch dfaotuo till lha,
arll.il. hail ilono iu A I'uilluuUir aludr of lha paatuhi! ra
Aaenl. nuil all who eell lh nrtict .in
GLAD TO CIRCULATE
ilrntiiilnn.lr. I'm an In an u.. boiile.. nt st , M m .1.
f ut:li lha laraerholiliiisSas. more lhan two .ranH bob
1 ela, ihe eiciliru nn.tnre of "(I. C. Vaothii" on the
'' aml"U. o. Vauahn, HulTnlo," tumfal oa the
cur. Nona ether ar aenuln. rr.ii.ml lie fir. n II
JW!"1- l'l t Ilia l'rinci,.il llnice,i7 Main M.
I HuSsle. al wlinlatal anil mail. No allreilliin fi.eo to barer
-piMI pkhl lltera, or veriiiil uoaisaanieauoa
Wholeiala A jtann. Olcoll, Mi Ki
Maalen Lane, Hew York Cilr 1 Mi
iiciiina ait.lc, inompllr atlemle,! to. araua.
in K Robins, No. 117,
A. Kiidler ft Co., Bos.
VmC. a. Hurl-all fc Co.. C'uii:innaU
roil: rVars k Buy, UloVago; KUk fe
J. Owen ft Co., Dm.
11.11. ITLM..I.nJ .
, ..,nHHi., fin., ta.niiiitin, tt..
siwl lur Ml h, all Hut re.tutnbl llruesbl taroaaaoat trie
Uniieti Itlaiae mui Canutla. and al retail uv
l.rernl Agents Namrn.
0. Kaulfman Co., Co . Lancaat r; Leonard A Pro
ther, Ba.il: Sliaw and Hutchinson, West Rushville;
t). B. Keinhard, Lirhopolis; O. H. Mealier, Smneraet;
Troop nnd Fickhart, Circleville; Henry King.Tarlton;
Dr. D. A Klsher, Haltimore. July 39, li 12 :
George llammri'i Premium Essrnre of fofTre
MANnACTUSn bt Daiofl Bohi.sx ft CO
One Package at 15 cents will tars 4 lb, of Cuffed
THIS Essence was lately awanli d with s silver
medal in he Americas Institute, New York, a'ao
1 with tne nrst premium for auch articles is the t rank
; in Institute, Philadelphia. . ,
i Sold Wholesale and Retail, at the proprietor's so'e
PePo''HiCe''01"r,'"i street, Philadelphia. Also,forssls)
D mT ems. d the principal unig and Crocery
stores throushout the United States.
This Essence haa been proven by many thoaaaade
of the richest and most respectable families, as well
aa by the poorer das ot people, almoat throush the
! sistaol the cities of Philadelphia and New York.
t,ocge A vnue, Tnn ttreet, below Market, I
Philadelphia, aepteim 4, IbOl. J
' have examined the eaaence of Cottee manufactnr
; sd by Miimmel, Bohlnr Is. Co., and Snd that ita con.
stitoent. are not in the 'oast injurious to kaJtht il
1 may be uaed froo'y and withi'erfert uMr.
! . JAMES BfJOTK,
Pro. of Chemistry, applied to Art., Krsnk in Institute,
No. 13 chambert street. New York, Avg 39, Ml.
' 1 h.ve examined an article prepared by Mrsars.
I Hummel, Boh'er and co , I'hiladulphia, railed Esaenca
I ' cottee, which is intcndod to be used with colfoo.
' for the PurPe , Improving It, I find it free not only
,' ,rora '"'"S 'junoiie ro neaitn. out,
on the eon.
. try, tho Ingtetlieiita of which it is composed are per-
i feetfy wholesome. J. R CHILTON, M. O. Chemist.
For sale bv G. KAUFFMAN ft CO.. Airenta.
anri Cnor Drmtgiata and Grocers generally
Lancaster, Ohio, AuBll 3, iW -
Fire, l' irt , liTrf , f iro, t ire.
THE underslrned st Agent of the CITY INSC
RANCE COMPANY OF CINCINNATI, it pra
pared to iiituro prnperty of any descripion tgaintt
loss or damage by FI11K. in the town of Lancaatef
snd vicinity. Ollice- Main Street, Koater't Bulldina.
WOOLLEN GOOD8.-1 sm now openings com
plote stock of cloths, caasiineret. aittineti. Pi.
lot, beaver and macklnaw over coalings, Tweeds, flan.
Bala, keraeya, jeans, fullad sloths, sheepa grey casts,
nets, linseys.&c. , W . T. WISB.
Lancaster, november 8, I860 27
DWAKU I.. SLOCUM, having purchased tHa
entire Stock of Drugs and) Medicine.) ot
George O. Beck. now offeratho aame for tale, together
with a large and well selected new stock at the Old!
8tand, known at the City Urns; Store, where may
be found a large and completoaisorlment of Drug, Me
dicines snd Chemicals, Painta, Oil, Dye Stuffs, Glut)
Wire snd Window Qlsss, Brushes, Groceries, Fancy
Articles, c, which will be anld wholesale tod Eetairw
upon aa reasonable terms as can be purchaaed in ttfsr
slty EDWARD L. SLOCUM.
Lancsster, April 24,1841 . t dftwtl '
I'll OS C EN TL A MI'S.
A New and desirable article recommended
economy, comfort snd avoiding great oa Can
pets, c. They only need bains seen to indue any
on to purchase them. Ths public are invited'to cat
snd see them st the city Drug Store.
Lancaster, June 16. EDWARD L. SLOCUM.
TTABIES CRY FOR IT le t. ths beat, cheapeaf
JLandpleaaanteat rsmealy ia the world forcouhsy
sadosdt. bold by ... E. L. SLOCUM.
' Droggist, Lanes ttekS, Ohio.
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