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CM 1 JlU, OUZtllf i jjtaW.'JW of Sacramento.
1 CTTT OF LANCASTER: -,
That Hcmiuaiino CosnircT! !f Mr.'
Fillmore's conduct towards ! I'tiba .was
as humi.iatiny ss.otir neighbers qp
treet would make it out, hy Hoes not I lie
Locofoco Congress 'take up tho subject and
redeem the national honor! Why dues not
(bo "Little Giant" let out aomu of hie inJijj-
nation thunder! Or Introduce resolutions
. condemning the Executive,' and declaring I
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warajamst Spa.nl Why, gentlemen,
you not urge Congress to thin course. Iftho j
. Telegraph told the truth when it denounced j
Mr. Fillmore, and is not lost to all enao of
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ehame, it ha no other alternative but to in- 1
. -sis on prompt and decisive measure.
(oppose it know that Congress U the war-
" tusking power. ' Qr has the One Man Power
ineo the election Pierce eclipsed all others?
Itistruothat Polk did usurp the power of
Congress when he ordered the march upon
the Itio Grande; but Fillmore has done nolh-
- ing of. this sort. His action lias been neg-
ative, and if cause of war existed, it was the
province of Congress to declare it. The
Democracy (!) have had tho power in their
hands.- Why did they not come-up to the
Altered Notes. Bunk bill altered from
ones of the Frederick county (Md.) Bank to
fives and tens are iu circulation. The al
teration is executed with bo much skill that
'the best judges have taken them. The plate,
I hu over, is altogether different from that of
the genuine five. The alterations are made
by pasting over the die at the top of the gen
uinu bill a very thin and transparent piece
1 of ptiper, executed with the greatest nicety,
in the same form, with the figure 5 on it. By
rubbing this partof.tho bill between the fin-
nr, the edge of tho piece pasted on will be
perceptible, and tho part, from having been
lt'h 1 or pasted, will appear stifler. The
,u,(r alterations are made in tho same irmn-
11; r by substituting other figures and letters
" suiting. It is a dangerous note and one that
tho public should be particulprly cautioned
Defence ov Mexico Against the Isduiis.
' A person named Garcia Grenados.in com
; pany with some others, has proposed to the
Mexican Government to defend the Nortb
' crn frontier sgainst the Ind'ians.by contract.
fie proposes to bring some sharp, shooters
from the United States, and to colonize the
frontier, tho Government to pny him $16,'
000 a month, and allow him free trade, with
, authority to call out the peoplo to his assist-
snce when required. -
'.. Latee Fhom EoiaDoR By lute advices
from Ecuador' we learn that Gen. Urbini
T had taken the Presidential oath of office.
The assembly was about to close its sesslons.
Among the bills passed were tho munumis-
, slon of slaves, the expulsion of the Jesuits,
the abolition of tho death penalty fer public
ofTeooes, &e. ' Geb. Flokes has been de
clared an outlaw by tho government, which
has also confiscated his property. Foreign
ers who served under him are never horeaf
ter to enter Ecuador.
r OTHon. B.F. Wade has our thanks for a
. copy of tho President's Mossage and arcom-
paning oecuments. The document I of
t preontable appearance, and fit forintroduc-
. tion into any library, and not unworthy of a
place even on a parlor table.' -We aro glad
to note this Improvement In the publio print
ing, for heretofore th work has been so mis
erably executed a to be almost unreadable.
Gale at San Fjuncisco On the night
of the 3d, and during the 3d November, a
! heavy norther was experienced at San
Francisco, which did considerable damage to
the shipping in port. ! Tbe bark Maria, of
. Baltimore, was run afoul of by another ves
sel and had her starboard rails, stanchons
nd chain plutes carried awoy She receiv
ed Injuries to th amount of 3,000.
' Business at New Orleans. The New
Orloans papers state that enormous amounts
of produce are daily arriving at that tlty
and immense beyond all former precedent
are the receipts of cotton, that with all tbe
exertions made they are unable to keep th
levee cleared. The number or arrivals of
tcdmboats has been constantly on the in
crease for several weeks. .
A Mbxicab Earthdaki. The Trait d'
Union says that on the SMli of October, at
the town of -thaxotla, State of Guerrera, tho
earth opened and swallowed six houses,
trocs.dic. The paper does not state wheth
er any live were lost with the houses, but
the earth has sunk about six feet for the
space of three hundred feet square
ui'tniNO or tus Baltimobi and Ohio
JUitaoAB The Wheeling Times, Inrtjfer
ring to the opening of this rosd, suggests
that a blic meeting be called in Whcoling,
to make suitable arrangements for the ac
commodation oLthose who visit that city on
the occasion. The times says:
"We balioye that not less than 1,000 Dal
limorcans will come here on that occasion,
besideyhe thousands that will throntr our
hotels from tho surrounding country."
Lmtoies is England. Some 0f ,
most noted English noblemen are lecturing
this winter before public assemblies. The
Earl of Carlisle Is announced to lecture ou
Gray, at Sheffield; the Duke of Newcastle is
to lecture to the mechanics at Worjtsopj Sir
aicx. lockburn.at Southampton, and Lord
John Russell, at Manchester.
;" Rum. It appears by the census that the
consumption of spirttious and malt liquors
in the United States, reaches the enormous
qusntity of elghly-six millions of gallons in-
pnualljr, equal to six gallons for every adult
Hosoas t Geb. FuBcsAtThe scs.inn
of the Common Council of Boston, on Frl
dny evening, that body voted lb tender the
hoepiumie. of tbe city to Gen. Pierce, the
a resiueut elect, on his way from New Ha
10 the seat of Government. 1
r mT.JFiam Jo,"nlythat II. C.
OrThe subscription tn)'E .
' w0altr G,p R,i,roa5 nySlSt
The Nortli Amcr;
lean baa tlit) following correspondence, da
ted the laihinau i
1 At tho date pf llie departure of the Gold-
ea Gate from Sun Francisco, business waa
very brisk. Lumber, to arrive, was selling
as. high as $150 per 51, and flour at 92 per
Tbe miners were doing exceedingly
in nome localities. At Ueale's Bar 1 saw
them taking out some dirt so rich that the
irold appeared vUiblo on the surface. The
Water Company, at the Miiippi '' Bar,
were about to commence supplying the
miners with water raised from the river, to
lS lne aTT S . Tu l !m. . I, l
In Sonora some rich claim ar being
rked. 0n6 lh,t I visited was yielding
50 dollar to the bucket of earth.
The Tuolumne Water Company have
introduced water into their canal, and are
supplying the miners as far down as Spring.
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fiel.1 Thtt ui.il.ir hv this rnmninv i eae.
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riotl fir miloain tha furm nf an acniimliiet
supported by posts or piles
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Sinco the conflagration in Sacramento
city, 200 houses and stores havebeen erect
ed on J street, an I 150 on K street; among
them several two-story brick Duiluings.
While the city was still in flames,- express
riders were driving in all directions to make
the first purchases of lumber at the .mills in
the vicinity. I be demand was such that it
readily brought, the day after the fire, from
five to six bundled dollars per thousand.
..Tho appearance of the city changed ma
terially ovcrv day. Lots that were vacant
the day previous, were occupied the follow
ing morning by buildings that bad been per
manently placed there during the night.
They were moved from the suburbs of the
city, and had hitherto beeu unoccupied.
The agricultural condition of tbe Stato is
highly Haltering. Mr. M. Horner, of Mon
mouth county, New Jersey, ha raised, the
past season, 60,000 bushels of grain, chiefly
barley, and 300,000 bushels of potatoes,
Agriculturalists, (or the coming yesr, "in
tend cultivating mostly wheat crops, which
they will convert Into flour. Some twenty
extensive mills have already been ordered
from the Atlantic States, to be erected the
coming spring. The barley crop the past
season was very fine, but much of it was lost
belore the rains for want of machinery to
wash and clean it. ' ;
The Golden Gate made the . run from
port to port, stopping at Monterey, San Di
ego and Acapulco, in 13 days 8 hours, run-,
ningtime 11 days 19 hours. She spoke the
Orange on the 18th with, her flag at half
mast for the death of Hon. Daniel Webster.
Suluteawcre fired from both' ships one of
which on the Oregon, I regret to say, caused.
tho death of the second mute the gun hav
ing discharged prematurely.
The death of Mr. Webster caused much
sensation amonir the passengers on the
Gulden Gate, snd would undoubtedly pro
duce the same effect in California.
Much imposition continues to be practiced
upon persons crossing the . Isthmus, and
freight and riding animals command 16a$35
each. The roods were in a moat wretched
condition. The railroad to Gorgoha, it was
expected, would bo completed by .the first
of March. ' -
Gn. PiKRCt's Cabiset. The Buffalo
Commercial Advertiser of Friday has the fol
lowing: ,' ..
"We are enabled to state upon the author
ity of a gentleman who had lately paid a vis
it to the President elect, at his residence in
Concord, that the new cabinet is to be se
lected, and all the preliminary arrangements
for the organization of the incoming admin
istration definitely made, before Mr. Pierce
leaves his home for tlio seat of the general
government in February next."
Tub Lemnoh Slaves. A number of.lhe
farmer of Kent county, Md.,all slave-holders,
recently held a meeting, snd resolved
to secure the service of the Hon. E. V.
Chamber, lute Judge of the Court of Appeals
of Maryland, to argue the Lemmon slave
case before the U. States Supreme Court,
should the case be brought before that tribu
nal. They pledge themselves to subscribe
large fee, and also to bear a proportionate
snare or the costs or the case.
ViRomiA Lard Warrabts. We learn
from the Intelligencer that tho Secretary nf
the Interior haa received from the Gover
nor of Virginia, under the broad seal of the
Slate, a document authenticating the full
and complete relinquishment to the United
States ol all claim on the part of the State
to land on which Virginia land warrants
hsve heretofore been issued. In lieu there
of, as soon as the necessasy preparations
can be completed.smp will be Issued by the
Department 01 the interior.
Murders ib New York. There were
two murders commlltad In New York on Sat
urday night. James Madigan atabbed Klias
Furman, at a house No'33 James street, so
that the wounded man died in a short time
A black fellow, named Horatio Molix, got
into a quarrel in water street, when he
drew a sheth knife, and deliberately stabbed
Win. Bcrrin in the neck, causing almost Im
mediate death. Both the murderers were ar
rested. - . t r. , r '4
Land in Missouri. Tho Secrt'tary of
State, of Missouri, recently sold at public
auction Ave hundrea thousand acres of Inter
nal Improvement lands, under the orf the
laat Legislature. Most of the laiiu have
been sold at the minimum price .of i per
acre, but in some instances tract have been
sold at prices bringing as high ss 1 10,90 and
113,60 per acre. . '
A Terrible Riot took place at the Five
Points, N. Y., on Saturday, In which a num
ber of persons were seriously injured. A
notorious bad character, knouui as "Desper
ate Mike," was beat over the head in a
shocking manner, and taken to the hospital
in a dangerous condition. The affray or
iginated in a dispute about a dog.
03" A lady , who waa very modest and sub
missive before marra-re. was observed bv
her friend to use her tongue pretty freely af
ter. "There was a time when I almost imag
ined she had hone." "Yes," said her hus
band, with a sigh, "but It'd very long since."
Men Drowned. Four men have boen
drownedat Wheeling within the two past
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"vv"-i ncmpiing 10 siep irom me wnan
com to steamers. The current Is very swllt
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""- wno iuii in are immediately drawn
under the boats. Porlsmoiti, Trihune.
Arkansas. Tie Arkansas Sonata has
passed a homstead bill and a bill making the
Supreme Judires, Secretarv of Ht.i ..j
other goneral olHcers elected by the people.
It is stated thai these bills will also pass the
Exports or Acorn. Srveniy-three
bushel of acorns hsve been shinned to Rl.
gium ind Holland, from Bradford. Pa., with
a view to Introduce the oak into those coun
Niw Yore, Dec. 15. Simeon Draper
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uiu u-uar, eiioii.uuu moriagee, seven per
cent, bonds Buffalo, Corning & New York
nanroaa, at prices varying from 0S to 104,
(KTMr. John Satterfield, of Easton, Md.,
slsughtered, lost week, two bogs, fifteen
months old, pne weighing 44S and the other
444 lbs, ,.
A Mrs. Daken, In London, , whose hn'uss
commanded a fine view of the funeral of the
Duke of Wellington, let tha opper "part of It
i for one thousand guineas. , : 1
' ' ' '. ' ' ' .'.J:.'."
1 IIebb Lltimvr.s.. Tlia counterfeit
traveling juggler has at list got jugged him
self, and no more than bi deserts. He at
tempted a Gift Performance In Columbus i A
few nights ago. His trick of keeping al
Ufae valuable prize himself was expoeed.end
the b'hoye took the show in charge, the ma
gician making his escape the back way du
ring the"noise and confusion." The States
man give the final: ,
Many of the admirers of the distinguished
wizard of the world, Herr Alexander, kept
ananxioua watch for his appearance last
night, after his sudden vanishing from Neil's
hall. Every avenue leading out of the
city was closely carded 'sleight of hand'
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uau nut ucvu suuiiiuiiy uuuiuvu auauioi., .
Afc. o(M under the circumstance U
equally dangerous. ... i oeir labor; were
warded Herr Alexander was arrested this
morning and held to bail oy the Mayor, in
the sum of $300, on a charge of obtaining
money under false pretences. No one com
ing forward as bail, the magician was lock
ed up in the calaboose.
Pocket-Book Drof'piio i; New York.
The New York Times relates the following
ncident as having recently occurred in one
of the streets of that city: "
A Scotchman and another, from Greene
county, as they went ashore from a steam
boat on the North river side, were met bv a
"dropper," with a pocket book he had just
lound, telling the old story, that lie must
leave town, could not stay to get the reward.
Sic, offering the pocket book to them for
twenty dollars. The Scotchman wanted
it; tho other said, "don't take it." "Yes, I
will," said the Scotchman, "and I will pay
the mon in his own money." ' And he did
so. - ' '
If strangers in New York will only remem
ber to "pay the mon in his own money," they
will find it a perfectly safe operation to pur
chase all the "found" pocket books offered,
and win soon put an end to "pocket book
ftTA curious correspondent between ex
Senators Yulee and Rhett, reflecting upon
the conduct of some of their southern coad
jutors In the Senate, with respect to the.
secession project, is about to be published.
OCrThe Mississippi river closed for the
searon at St. Paul, Minnesota.on the 18th of
November, being somewhat earlier than last
07" A new boy, with a new shawl, and a
good supply of new clothes, was left in
new basket at the corner of Hanover and
Elm streets, Boston . 00 Fridsy night last.
James Everhart, a soldier of the revo
lutioo,died in Berks county, Pa., on the 27th
Baltimore,. December 15. Hoope
Chicks, Collector of Customs at Vienna,'
Dorchester county, Md., while passing along
Lombard street, near South, at half past 6
o'clock this evening, had a rope thrown a
round his neck, and was dragged Into an al
ley by 4 men, and robbed of three thouaand
five hundred dollars in .old, twelve hundred
in Baltimoro notes and draft, fourteen hun
dred on New York, and a watch. At the
same instant a handful of lime waa thrown th
his face, strangling and blinding him. The
robbers escaped before be could give the
LANCASTER MACHINE FOUNDIIY.
(1 DK VOL CO. are prepared to (urnlah all kinds
J". of SU"nm limine, upon short notice and
at Cincinnati and Pittsburgh prices. r
Also, an Kinna 01 mm unarms, nnnii.j Hcrow"'
RegulaiingSrewa,Jacli Screwa; Fuller's Screws and
Mill Splndlea of cast iron or wrought.
Bales and Drivers, ire. he.
Ttwy will slaofurnlah the Parker Wheel to
suit any head 01 wator, and witn eitner iron or wood
halt. Alao.the Atkinson Wheel fit up aa above
The patent on the Parker Wheel haa expired and con-
senueiitlv they can bs had much cheaper.
They aim continue te make Devol's Threshing
.Unchines. and keep a lut constantly on hand; war
ranted the beat in Ohio.
All the above articles will bo made with especial
care and by the beat workmen, and will be warranted.
All liinda of rcparing done upon the ahortest notice.
TVv also koep constantly on hand, AIX KINDS OK
CAoTlNUS, usually kept In s Foundry. Thy have
completna ron" "hop. so that those who call,
an examine men r i
Thev are also at this Jm manufacturing the Le
fell f fnok Hlovc. which Vnt-lved the first Premi
um at tho Ohio State Fair at Cincinnati lat Fall, anil
will kei p them eoiistsntly on hand.
The known oualil v of the work done at this estab
lishment lor many years paatla'the beat guarantee that
in future, the subscribers will labor to desiie the pa
tronage nf the public They invite examination.
Laucaster, May ira, 1801 . U.UhV UL to.
WOOLLEN ROODS. I am now opening s com
plete stock of cloths, eaaslinerea. aattlnets. PI.
Int. beaver and mackinaw over coatinga.Tweeds, flan
oela, keraeya,ieana, fulled cloths, aheepa Jgrey caasi-
neta, unseya, ac. vv, 1, n inr..
Lncaaiur.novemDev o, inou r
.irEATlavbLUTK)X in fkanceT
1AM just now rereit'ing and oponlngout a large
and well aidected
Ntovk of Nprintr nnd (Summer Good",
which I am determined to aellaa low as any other
Ilouao in Ohio.
I.ADIF.H ANI GENTI.F.MEN
who wish to purchase will find the following, articles
Dress Silks, fancy snd plain; Sllksdo.; Fanry Lawns,
Silk Unregea, Fancy Delanea, Calicoes, Uinghsma,
White and fancy Robes.emhrM; Parasols snd Fans,
all kinds; VS'hltedainaskcrapeahawla
Worked Culfs, Sleeves and collars; Bonnet Ribbons
Fronch and fancy ttowera; dress trimmings;
Ureas buttons, of all sorts; silk and linen Drades;
i New Style Hon nets,
Edglmraandlarn;blacklk lace; new atyle bloomer
combs: superior Polka; Marseilles Vestinga;
Cloths and rasalinema, Saltlnnta, Jeana snd tweeds;
Muslins Irom i to 1 J yard wide, sheeting;
uleached muslins, cotton yarna, tickings, bagging;
Leghorn nnd PnlmLenr IIt", new My lea.
Batting snd Qunenaware. a very large stock of
BOOTS A NO R1IOESI
and prices to suit customers.
All those who will favor me with a ca'l belors they
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our pmwiiiinr, w ill u. sevuig lutmey ov ooing so,
uncaater, aprii 1 V Al uu FLUL
Or. 8. I
fTMIK remarkable sanative cowers of Dr. H P
X Townttnd'l HarenpaHUa, have Induced numer
ous attetnt'ts to counterfoil It. and make fraudulent
use of Dr. Townsknd's nam to secure the sals of
Those counterfeits and Imitations only raovathe
VALDBflf the oaiaiaTAi.i and no hiuhks mmim.
at knt cou'd be paid lo Dr. H. P. Townaend'e Kxtract
olMaraaparitn, than laborious enorta that have been
made by many to get up something Ilka it.
A supply of the Genuine Article, kept constantly
on hand by EAUr F.MAN ft CO.
Lancaster, August 4, llio'i
liuirAIIoiltrnrt Fiiriory ICemovpi
afKOROE SMITH has removed Ms Chair and Bed.
stead Factory Irom ins corner of Wheeling 1
Columbus streets, to Stanbery'i Building on flfi
ttreet, two door Katt of th Harking Valley Bark
and directly opporltt th Vherktrtd Star. He haa on-
hand the largeat and best saanrlineni of
rilAIHS nnrt Ilr.lNTF.An8
ever belore kept in thla place ; conaiatlna
Im n-w IC... ... U .1 .
French, Scroll topt Village, common and
Children's Cnalra. Sociables snd Settees.
All descriptions ot BF.DSTEAD8 manufactured oi
either Cherry, Walnut. Maple or Sugar.
ma wort win an be madam tne very bast material
by good workmen snd of the lateat and moat approved
palterna. It will he Inferior to Bona manufactured
elsewhere snd will be sold at tha very lowest prices.
A continuation nf tha very liberal patronage of tha
public la respectfully solicited. It is the Intention ol
the anbacrilect keep a lull snd general assortment
at all limes, ao that he will be enabled to accommo
dale both old and new customers with anything In hi.
i,nt- J olir?'.,lon wl,h hisaatabliahment is Mr. O.
L. Kckert a Cahliwt W.r, Room, tht) cuatomwrs csi
be sceommodaHMl with all articles requisite to com
plete a full assortment of Household Furniture. Call
and sea. - QKORQB SMITH.
Lascaster.Nevember 1, 185. gg
ANowsnJ desirable srtlcle recom manded
economy, comfort snd avoiding grease eas Car
pets, ate They 011 1 y need being seea to induce any
ane te purchase them, ' The public are Invited to cai
sua see tnem si tns ht Drug Ntora
i . ua 9 , i 1 1 1 1 I
, , tliWAlU) LUtOtr.
enaaijB r, una oo,
BOOT.AfcD 8HOF. ESTABLISHMENT.
R. "1"1TORIv,1NIi WORK would rear
. V ) a w nil'y inform thaellUans of Kairliald
fi "Bd thatdjoiniogcouniiw, (lot f hey inon
lsjh Hand oiul, t their old iUnd od deor
Wnt of glncam's Vng Stort with largt mud
plnd14 mOrtant of avary Iking in their liu. .
Thir Sprln piiirhaws h been Mtctl villi
Ml and are largor than uaual..
LAOIKS! WbaveUkeDapeialeareii oiakin out
porehaaMa aa to pleaw yon.
Wahavaa little o mr y thint;, from a Jkkiit Linn
BtriKiwdown to lh Wat children' ahoea.
We hare aiao oa hand and ars prepared to auketo
Gentlemen' Bmkin a4 Seamleu Oaiten, Con
rraMBoota.fte. We also have oa hand Ladies' Cam
FlNMNUS.fte Wear alio prepared tofiirnlih
Shoe maltera and Klndini Stoveawith Endings ofeverT
deerriptinn, anchaaKUa, I'ega, Boot-webbing, Shoo',
itringa, Laroe, 4c. .
Hole Leather, Morocco binding, Its., always on
re-iourowa work nd no recomiTOMitum.W hops
by proper attention to our business, to secure a fair
anara 01 the public patronage, as we will always pe
os hand to wait uponour cuitomeraanddo our beat to
WANTED The subscribers will take one or two
good and industrious boys to learn the hoot and Shot
saoMns; Uuainen. WORK, SON t WORK.
Lancaster, May 19, 1862. , 3
LIVEB CO 1YC PLAINT.
Jestsmie-, Dyaprpale, ChrnMle 0 Itervnns
DrbUMjr. Dteea sof the Kldarjrt, .
AND all diseases arising from disordered lAvei
and Stomach, such as conatipation, fullneaa, 01
blood to the head, addlt v of the tntnarh n-,,u. h a rf .
burajiagust for bod,fullueaaor weight in sheatomach,
wuM-miHtiuuiini or iiuuenng aune pit 01 me
atotnach, swimming of the head, hurried and difficult
breathing, fluttering at the heart, choaking or suffoca
ting actuations when in a ly inc poature,dimneaa of vis-
oa.aoiaorweoaoeioretneaight, lever. dull pain In
the head, deficiency of perapiration.yellowneaaol the
SKinana eyes, pain la tneaide, back, cheat, limba, lie.,
audden fluahea of heat, burning in the (leah, conatant
magininga of evil, and groat depreaaion of apirila,
CAN BE EFFECTUALLY CURKD BY
DR. IIIO O F L A N D ' S
CEI.i:BItATh:i CtCnihTAN niTTEHR,
Prrpnred bjr Dr. O. W, Jeckion,
T TH R C. F.R M A N M F.DICINE STORF.
Mo. 130 Arch Street. PhllarUlnhla.
Their power over the above dlaeaaea la not excelled
if equalled, by any other preparation in the United
states, sa the cures attest, in many caaea after skil
fulphyairiana had failed.
Tho Bitters aro worthy the attention of invalids
Poaaeaaing great virtuea in the rectification of
dlaeaaea or the liver and leaaor glands, exerrining the
moat aeerrhlng powers inweakneaa & alfortiona of the
digeative organa,they are withal.iafo.certain&plcainnt.
READ AND BR CONVINCED.
From the "Boaton Bee."
The editor aaid. December 22d "l)r. irnotand'x
Celebrated Oerman Bitttrt for tho cure of liver com-
plaint, jaundice, dvapenaia. Chronic or nervoua debili
ty, ia deservedly one of the most popular medic inea
of the day. These bittera have been used by thou
sands, and a friend at our nlbow says he has himself
received an effectual and permanent cure of liver
complaint from the uae of thia remedy. We are con
vinced that, io the uae of these bittera, the patient
constantly gains strength and vigor a fact worthy of
great consideration. They are pleasant in taste and
smell, sod can he used by persons with the moat deli
cate stomachs with safety, under any circumstances.
We are speaking from experience arid to the afflicted
we advise their uae."
Scott's Wrs:i.v,"oneo( the best Literary papers
published, aaid, Aug. 25: "Dr. Hoolland's German
Bittera, manufactured By Dr. Jackson, are now recom.
mended by some of the most prominent members ol
the faculty, a an article of much efficacy in eases et
female weakneaa. As such is the case, we would ad
vise all mothers to obtain a bottle. and thuaaave them
selves much aickneas. Persona of dobili'ated consti
tutions will find these bitters advantageous to their
health, as we know from experience the salutary of
foe t they havsupnn weak systems."
The Hon.'O. D. IIinkmhk, Mayor of the city of
n 1 1 J
llonri awn's Okhmah HiTTKKa. Wo have aeen
many flattering notirsa of this medicine, and the
source from which they came induced ustomake in
quiry respecting its merits. From inquiry we were
Kerauaded to una it, ai d must say we found it specU
c in itsctinn upon disease of the liver and digestive
organs, and the poweiful influence it exerts upon
nervoua prnstrat'oa is really surprising It calms
and strengthens the nerves, bringing them into a state
II this medicii
la medic inn was more Kenerallv uaed. we
aro aatisfied thnro would bo te a sicknuss, aa from
the stomach, livnr, and nervoua system the great nil-
I inritv of r-al and
' thBin ins healthy
linaginary diseasea emanate Have
condition, and vnu ran bid defiance
to epidemics genrrallv. Thia extraordinary n.edi.
cine we would advise our friends w ho are at all in
disposed, tn giv? a trial It will recommend Itsi ll'.
It ahould, In fact, he innvery family. Noethor mo-dh-ine
can produce such evid"ncea of merit. "
Kvidenre upon evidence haa been received (like
the foregoing I'rnm all sections ollhe Union, ihelaat
three years, and the .trongesl testimony in its favor,
la, that there is more of it used In the practice 01 the
regular Physicians of Philadnlphia.than all nther nos
trums combined s fact that ran easily betMfsblislied.
and fully proving that s scientific preparation will
meet with Iheir quiet approval when presented even
in this form.
That this medicine will cure Liver cnmnlalnt and
Dyspepsia, no one ran doubt al'ti-r using It as direct-
id. Itacta specifically ntjon the atomich and liver:
It la preferable to calomel in all blliov dhrautt
net ia Immediate. Thev ran be administered
to fomalo or infant with safety snd rcllalle benefit
at any time.
Look well tn the mark qf the genuine;
Thev have the written signature ol C. M. JACK
SON upon the wrapper, and hia name blown In tbe
bottle, without whit h they are ipurUna.
for sale, wholesale and retail, at the
GERMAN MEDICINE STORE.
No. 130 ARCH street. one door below sixth, Phila
delphia, and by respectable doalora generally through.
out ma country.
rrve ueaueea 10 ensue sti cia.ses 01 invaiias,
to enjoy the advantages of their grot restorative
Lowers Hit tie Rattle 16 cent. Alto for aale by
KAUFFiYIAN ft CO., Lancaster, Ohio.
Wholessle Agents for Ohio, SPINK fc HOWARD,
Wooster. Ohio. September IS, 1863 18
" v. Dissolution of PArtnershlp.
TDK Partnership heretofore existing under the
name and firm of BOl'F. ft BK.t'K. ia this da v dis
solved by mutual consent, tha hooka and accounts an
in tne hands or r. owe, who will make all settle
ments, and by whom all claims against sail firm will
oe pain. 1 . nui-ri.
fllUE undersigned having bought the entire Inter
M. est ol Jaooa F. BKOK,hewillcontluuethe Hard
ware business at hisnldstandonpoaltetheTallmadge
House, where he will constantly keep on hand s gen
eral aaanrtmentot Hardware, wliich he will poaltlva-
1 1, . .1 1 . . . ,. 1 .
ly set! cheaper than any bouse in the city can sell.
He invites his old friends and tha public genera
public generally th
ewhare. aa ha la da
termined to give general satisfaction.
ftfAll persons knowing thetnaelvea indebted to the
undersigned, or the late Ann of Bops k Beck, are
earnestly requeated tn call and settle, ss the business
of the firm must bs settled up at aa early a day aa
possible, . p. BOP.
Uncaster, March 09. 18S9.
CABINET AND CHAIR SHOP.
B J F.MuVAL. T. G. Dodeon has removed hit
IV Cabinet and Chair Shoo from Connell'a Row. to
(As Jtoom on Broad Street, South of John Lyon'
Grocery, ami formerly 'occupied by 1). K. Finite),
where he will continue t
hia line aa heretofore.
manutacturs all articles in
Coffins on hand at all times, with a good hoarse to
attend funerals In any part of the county, at reduced
rates. Thankful lor paal favors, he respectfully so
licits s couti usnce of public patronage. Ha will
labor to give general satlslactlon, both a regards price
snd quality o I hia work.
Lancaster Ajprll 8, ISM RmtO
SADDLE AND IIAKNKSS MAKING?
THE undersigned haa taken into partnership In
the Saddle, Harness snd Trunk manufacturing
business, John H. Matiacs, snd the business will
hereafter be conducted under the firm nameol f.fT.
TLA.' Aj Af .4 TJ.ACK. The patronage of the public
is respectfully aolicited.
ITAII those Indebted to the subscriber, are earn
aatly requested tocsll snd settle as the old business
must be closed up. JOHN N. LITTLK.
March all. 1H69. . . . . dftw48
Fire, Firr, liirr, Firt, Fire.
THF.underairned sa Agent of tbe CITY INSD
RANCK COMPANY OF CINCINNATI, Is pre
pared to insure property ef sny doseripion against
loss or damage by KIRK, In the town of Uncaster
sad vicinity. Office- MainStreet, Foater'a MiUding
- . JOHN GARAGHTY .
P. BROWN'S ,
Rawratra of Jiiiimlcu Olnpt-i-.
THIS Essence is s preparation ef unusual excel
lence.' Inordinary diarrhoae, incipient cholera,
In short, in all ewes of prostration of the digestive
functions it is of inestimable value. During the pr
valence of epidemic cholera snd summer complain
Ol children. It ia peculiarly efficacious) HO family or
Individual should be without ifa
CAtmon-Be sura to get the genuine r.iaence, which
isfprapared only by jr. Ksowir, at his tfrug and crm
icnl tlort, N, X. corner qfjtfth and chetnut.ttreei
rhUadeljhi.mnA for aale by ell tfi respectable Ape
ttiecariea in the United States.- .
Sold by M Z. Kriodar.ln Uncaster; Kalb, Kuah
.nisHsna by DtskUIs svstt whara, Nov.,.
Kntmj aeeordlns tn Art of Oongire, In the Tea ,
. AMI, or J- S. iKHtOIITON, M. Di hi the clerk's
Ofllre of tbe Diatrivt Court Sir the Caatara
Diatrlrt of Panuajltanta.
Another Scientific Wonder!
'GREAT CURE FOR
Da. J. Q. HOUGHTON'S
UT -. . ----y 'T. v.
OR, OASTRIC JilCU.
Prepared from RrKHrr, or the fourth Stomach or
thk Ox, after directions of Basos Liraio, the
rat Physiological chemist, by J.S. Hovatrroic M
PhilsH Inhis. Pennsvlvania
This is a truly wonderful remedy for Indigest'on.Dys-
pepsia, Juandlce, liver complaint, conatipation, anu
Debility, curing after Nature'a own method, by
Nature's own Asent, the Gastric Juice.
fr-Hall's teaapotinful ol Pirarit, infused in water,
win digest or maaoi ve, t xve rouna aj noat jierj
in about too hour, out of the stomach. -
PEPSIN is the chief element, or Great Diaeating
Principle of the Gastric. Juice the tolvent of the
f ooa, tne i-unjytng, rretermng, ana intntuoani
Aeent of the stomach and Intestines. It ia extracted
from the digeative stomach of tbe Ox, thus forming
an Artificial Digeative Fluid, prccisolv like the na
tural uaatne Juico in its rnemicai powers, ana nir
nishing s complete and perfect substitute for it. By
the aid of thia preparation, the pains and evils of indf
goation and dyspepsia are removed. just ss they would
be by s healthy stomach. It is doing wonders for Dys-
Sepiica, curing caaea 01 Lraoiiiiy, emaciation, nervoua
ecline snd dyspeptic consumption, supposed to be oa
the verge of the grave. The Scientific ovidenee upon
which it ia base j, Is in the highest degree curious and
BARON UEBIO in his celebrated work on Animal
chemistry, aava: "An Artificial Dieestive Fluid, ana-
logooa to the Gastric Juice, may be readily prepared
from the mucoua membrane of tne stomach of the Calf,
in which varioua articles of fond ss meat and eggs.
will be toflened, charged and dlgeeted, just in the
same manner as thev would be tn tne Human atomarn.
Dr COMRK. in hia valuable writings on tha "Phy
siolngy of Digestion," observes that "a diminution of
iiicuue qiiaiiiiiy ri ineuasinc juice ia a prominent.
ana au-prevaiiing cause 01 uyspepsis; ana ne states
that "adintiu uished professor of medicine in London,
who was severely anlictcd with this complaint, find,
ing everything else to fail, had recourse to the Gas
tric Juice, obtained from the stomachs of living sni.
mala, which prated completely ruecenul."
Dr. GRAHAM, author of the famous works onMTe.
(otable Diet." aava: "It Is s remarkable fact in oh v.
aiology, that tho 1 tomacha of animals, macerated In
wator, impart to the fluid the property of dissolving
varioua articles of food, andoferlectimr a kind ofar.
tficialdi(tlion of them in ns wise ditlcrent from the
uaiiirai oigusuve process, ."' 1
II7"( all on the Acent. and ret a Deacrintlva rirrii.
lar, gratia, giving a large amouut of scientificvidenc.
able cures, from all parts of the Unite! States.
A a Ummeneia Curer,
Dr. HOUGHTON'S PEPSIN has produced the most
marvellous eneru. In curing cases ol Hebwty, Kma
AT. TV ,. ? 11 ' ,
It ia impossible to live Iho details of cases in the lim
its of this advertlaement:but authenticated certificates
have been given of more than Two Hundred remark
able cure, in Philadelphia. Now xork and Boston alone.
These were nearly all desperate rases, snd the cures
were not only rapid and wonderful, but permanent.
It is a great Nervoua Antidote, and particularly
useful for tendency to .bilious disorder, liver com
plaint, fever and s'guo, or badly treated fever and
ague, and the evil cITurts of Quinine, Mercury, and
other drugs upon the Digestive Organs, after a long
aickneas. Also, for excess in eating, snd the too free
use of ardent spirits. It almost reconciles Health
Old Stomnrh Cnmnlair.1i.
There is no form of Old SnmarhromplahitsviMch
It does not s em to roach and remove at once. No
matter how bad they may be, it gives inntant relief!
A single dose removes all the unpleasant symptoms;
and it only needs to be repeated for a ehnrt time to
make those STOnd erfr-eta nnrmanent. Plirilu nf Hbind
uwi vtgnroj noay iouow at once. 11 1 particular
ly excellent In caaea ef Nausea, Vomiting, cramps,
soreness ofthe pit ofthe atotnach. dtstross afforeatine
low, cold state of the Blood, Heaviness, lowness of
spiritslespondency, emaciation, wealineus, tendency
to Insanity, suicide, ftc
Dr. HOUGHTON'S PKPSIN. Is sold hv nearly all
the dealerain fine drugs 4 i'opular.Medltines.throngh
uut the United Slates' It is nrcnared in Powder and
In fluid form and Prescription vials for the use of
Privato Circular for the uae ol Physicians, may
beohtainedof Dr. Houghton nrhia Agents. describing
the whole process of preparation, and giving the au
thor it iea upon which tho claims ut this new lemedv
are baaed As it is not a secret remedy, no objection
ran ueiaiaed against its use by Physicians'liirtspects-
uio Bianuiug ann regular prariicu. ll'ico.iei per oome.
rrrOuss bvr this! lOvery bnttlo of the genuine
PEPSIN bear- the writton signature of J. S. HOUGH
TON, M. D.,solpmprietor, Philadelphia, Pa. Copy.
nam anu irauo mam Kncuren.
tTSold by all Druggists and Dealers (n Medicines.
Agent KDW A RD L. 8LOCUM. LaHCAsra;;
Ds. J. M. Wii.som. Nowsrh:
Tsottr A Ficrardt, Circlovillp;
Msrch2S. G. Robksts, Columbus
I "rsB1!, FllfVttlN'fffl Htil'WlHiftWllftTiititlVlsatl sTWsr,vV',,
Far tha rapid Cairo of
fOlClIS, COLDS, II0ARSE.ESS,
C K0UP, ASTIMI1, AXD
Many years of trial, instead of Impairing the pub
11c eenfidi nee In this medietas, has won for it an ap
preciate n and notoriety hy far ox. w'ug no most
sanguine expectations of its friends. ' lO'li'?1 but Its
ntrinslc virtues and the unmistakable heneu ci.jfor
red on thousands of sutferers, could originiu n
iiNTuiuii "in rrfjuiaiiou it enjoya. vnne many inii
rlor remedies thrust upon the community, have failod
and been discarded, thia has gained friends by every
trisl, conferred benefita on the afflicted they can ne
ver forget, and produced cures too numerous and too
remarkable to be forgotten.
While it ia s fraud on the publ e to pretend that any
one medicine will infallibly cure still there is abun
dant proof that the chkrry vvctobai does not only
as s general thhuj, but almost invatiably, cure the
maladies for which it ia employed
Astlme makes these facta wider ami better known,
this medicine haa gradually become the beat reliance
of the alllicted, Irom the log-cabin of tha American
peasant, (o the palaces of European Kings Through
out this entire country, '.n every State, city, and In
deed almost every hamlet it contains, chs'hkt ko
tokal ia known as the best remedy vaunt for dla
eaaea of the Throat and Lungs, and in many foniien
countriea, it ia roming to be extensively used by their
most intollig, nt Physicians In Great Rritian, France
and Oermany; where the medical science have reach
ed their highest perfection, osssst fkotoral is In
traduced, and in constant use in the Armies, Hospitals.
Alma-houaea, Pub Ic Institutions, snd in dom estic prac
tice, aa the surest remedy their alU-nding Physic isna
can employ for the mora dangerous affections of the
lunga. Also in milder caaea, and for children it is
sale, pleasant, and effectual to cure. In fact, some ol
the moat Haltering testimonials wa received have been
from parents who have found it efficacious in caaea
particularly Incidental to childhood.
. The ciianav rs:cTOKAL la' manufactured by a prac
tical chemist, and every ounce of it under hia own
eye, a ith Invariable accuracy and care It la sealed
and protected by law from countorfeits, consequent
ly ran be relied en ss genuine without adulteration.
We have endeavored here to furniah tha commu
nity with a medicine of such Intrinsic superiority
snd worth ss 'should command Itself to their confi
dence a remedy at once safe, speedy and effectual,
which thia haa by repeated and countleaa trials prov
ed Itsell to bos and trust bv great care in preparing it
with chemical acruiscy, ofuuilorm strength to afford
Physicians a new agent on which -they can rely for
the best results, and tha afflicted with a remedy that
will do fer them all that medicine csn do.
rnn . area, citkmist, lowkt.l, mass
- Sold in Lancaster by Kautl'man co. K. L. Slocum
sad Dr. M. Z. Kreider. Rushville, E. Kalb, snd by
Druggists snd Dealers in medicines every where.
Novomber 4 I85S . . SmSS
I OOK Hr.ftR, NF.IGHIHJRl-What make.
4 you wear that exceedingly old Hatf Do you not
know that M. SM ALLEY haa received the latest Fall
tyleaof Haiti Also, all kinds of CAPS. Resaem.
bar the pisce,oppositethe Tallmadga Hooae, ft callio
Lancaster, aetpember SA, 1H6I. . - 9
w : ........ . 1 , ,
OIlANGrS AND, XENONS.
A Few Boxes luat received at the cly elf
X-Bk s'ora. ' a-irtAKV
Lapcaalai June af ' . w ,
bi. Ta asasM m
NEW BOOKS. ,
RESTORATION of Monarchy in Franco,
.. by LamtrUoei vol
. Krench Revolution of 1WH,. do do
Qnnechy. bv author of WIHe Wide World, ( vol
i.A atep from the New VWIdtolheOl i H.Tppan3v
Nile Notes ula llora.'iJi.b George W Curtu)
' The Howadji hi Syria 00 - do.
Lotua Katinff do. . do '.,
The ly of Bruce, tv C!. Aqui!ur,5 vo'a
Freah lere from Wwatern Woods, by Mtaa Fuller
Man and Women of the IHih century, by Mouaiagolr
Greenwood I. eavea by Grace Omen wood
Freeh (iloanlnge, Reveilea of e Bachelor, and other
worka of Are Marvel, together with many other new
and Ta'uable books, and S large variety of Novel lor
eby v JOHN.L, TUTMIX, -
Oct. 4. Telegra ph Building, opposite court-houae.
Marble, Santttone nnd Freestone Factory.
OUtt Machinery is now insurces.ful operation, snd
wnnna wantinr any of the following named ar
ticle, would consult their own interest and confer s
r. V-, .:..: II
MOSUMKNTS ol Marble, wa will furnish at a
HEAD jt.VD FOOTSTO.VKS of tho same; we
have of beautiful forma and highly politihed.
M0yUMJHT8 Of JM.JV US TUM K In s great
variety of forma. Head and Footatonoa uf the same
BAXDSTONR FOH BUILDMQS, r . Rarge
work.Caps and Si Ii.Capping for walla or Chimneys,
Flooring for Porticos, Flagging for Walks or Spring
houses. Columns, Gate or t ence-posts, well-tops snd
Hearths. " A. J. LILLY ft. CO.
Uncaster, May 10, 1663.' ' - . . dw3
"NEW FIUCO-l'AnTN ERsilli.-7"
p1 M. BF.ERY, having purchased the intereat of
George J. Hitler, naa aasociaura who inmneii
JOHN JERKINS, snd the business will in future be
..;ul nn under tha firm name ol BEERY ft. JF.NK-
INS, stthe old aland on main-street, one door F.aat
ofthe Checkered Store and oppoaite bmilli aauxcs-
ert's Chair and Cabinet w are Kooms.
Ploughs! plough)!! Ploughs!!!
They are now manufacturing a
Urge assortment ot Ploughs for the
Sonne andSummertrade, auchaa
ijwZ: the taule ateel sod Plough, the
s5PaCrownSead, Barahear, King's well
known sod Plough, Lang's, C ast Iron, Rushville and
other patterns, all ot which will be made ot good ma
torial and warranted.
Stoves, Grates nnd Hollow-Wore;
.They have alao on hand snd are mamifsrturing a
large assortment of Stoves. Oratns anu Hollow-Ware.
Among their stove! may be mentioned the Buckeye
State, Buck, Queen cf tho West, Vreforence ani Pa-
iiiiuiD look stoves lor nooa; rney nsve sise ou nsnu
and are receiving f oal Cook Stovea from Pittsburgh;
their stock of Parlor and nther stoves and their assort
ment ot Urates will be found complete. They will
alwsys keep on baud a large assortment of Hollow
Ware of all descriptions. They have now a tine lot
of large Iron Kettles. .
Copper, Tin nnd Sheet-Iron Ware.
They still continue to manufactures) the eld stand,
all kinds of Tin, Copper snd Shoet-Iron Ware. Thia
branch of their buaineaa aa well aa the others, will
be conducted with care. The best material will be
used and the beat workmen employed. All articles
in thia line will be warranted snd sold cheap forraah.
They are at all timea prepared to do ail kinds of
JOB WORK, both at the Foundry end Tin Shop, with
eare and dospatch. BEERY ft JENKINS.
Uncaster, March 18, 1859. 45
P. S. llousn Spouting made and put up at the short
est notice. Old Copper, Brass. Pewter and cast-iron
taken in exchange tor any ofthe above articles, g
- 1 -
TH E Co-Partnership heretofore existing between
(i. J. Hitler and C. M. Beery, under the firm
name of BrTLrs ft Bechv has been dissolved by
mutual consent. ' The notes and accounts sre left in
the bands of CM. Be ry forcnllwtion.andall know
ing themaelvea indebted to aaid lirm are requested to
call and settle immediately. 0. J. BITLER.
. C. M.BKKBY.
Uncaster Mercft It, 1869. 4s)
OVER HALF a Milllmof TenfamonislshsVe been
received by the Proprietor of MeAliater's ALL
-TT sVom Ph..;.;,.. ik. .t
'S?:1". .i,;ir..iJ..i ..1.1 ..j
. . Z- I ' .1 1 I J
in the law, from Judges of
relehrity on the Bench,
irom Ministers ofthe Gos
pel, whose uedrviating In
tegrity have made them
shining lights in tha path
of Truth, from enlighten
ed Professors, from acute
Merchants, 4 from those
uf every station, name
an degree among mamtnd all of which, without
one dissenting objection, pronounce this Ointment to
Aa da v by day it nnobtrualrel v srateliita ila asheve
of action along the herders of our vast conntrsa and ia
circuiatetttnroitgnoui us exrenr, new evidences 01 its
Sower snd new proofs of Its etB scy are continually
eyoloped. Three million of boxes, applied to dis
ease within the laat lour years hare established the
astounding fact, beyondthe power of cavil or eont a
diction, that it la inrALLisr.r: in the enre of all Tu
mors. Ulcers. Sores, Burns. Tetter. Piles. Scrofula.
Erysipelas, chilblains, scald Head, sore Eves. Ouinsv.
croup, Rheumatism, Broken Breast, Ague In the Face,
corns, c. it completely restores the insensible raa
srrHATioir. and bv this means opens those avenuea bv
which nature intended to expel the morbid matter of
tha body tnua ta ineaystem cleanaed: the blood pu
rified: and the health restored.
It has oowor to causa all external anrea. Sternfal.
on Unman, and Poitonou uvanrfs to diachara-e
theirputrtd matter and then heal them. ItisrightTy
... . .' sit ii-1 f..- .u 1 1 1 '
.i-riiia isii i.caii.i, im iimm in scarcely a aiseasa
external or Internal, that it will not benefit. I have
used it forfhe laat fourteen yeara for all the diaesaes
of the chest; consumption and liver; involving the ut
most danger and responsibility; and I declare before
heaven and man, thatnotin one simile case haa it fail
ed to benefit when the patient waa within reach of
J. McALISTER.141 Fulon-st.,NewYork.Sole Pro
orietnr. A. ft S Hx-nnar. Aarenta forOhio.
Sold by K. L. Slocum snd Otto W. Kraemer, Lancas
ter: E. Kalb. Rushville; W. W. Reed, Carroll; M.Camp,
bell. Picknrlngton; Leonard snd Brother, Baail; A. K
MitthorT, Uckville; Samuel Rartlet.a Winchester; J
Kndslev, Lithnpolis; E. (roohezn. Baltimore: J. Clay.
pool. New Salom; J. and S. Henbae, Amanda; Daniel
llawkin, sugar urnve; Asbbaugh and Bocry, Bremen
0-ober23. 1861 36
I Tis now j'inerally admitted by all portions who
pihavd taken the pains to inform theinanlvun that
SMrtili l ''iU keep on nana ins largear. ana cost
assortinoWw ... -
ULOT'lTiaVG "MEN AND BOT,
ny esfablishmeTrtS ?rrt1i-''d Bounty, end on
it of the care used in aeloaCing t5Mtck by i
Of any esfablishmentlii ?rrfli-"d Pounty.
eouutof the care used in aeloaCing i-tock J
proprietors, who hsve had a long " ",cer ,n '.n"
business. l( is equally true that for qua!,.'? d
ty the assortment usually kept on hnd, V ,
. UkTien i i v.i'l', t r. .
u.'irtixi.Ji niu ,r.-vir.riiji, v
By any other in the State. And more than this, th
gnotta are purchased at the lowest prices which ena
ble the proprietors to dispose of them upon X
THK V(',sr UK S(. MHsB TKHM.
In proof of all thia, the public are Invited to calf In
and eaamlne the fins assortment which has bees
FOrt FM. AND WINTKR.WKAR.
With the express purpose of clothing the male por
tion of this community in the lateat and most fashion
able atyles and in the very beat manner. It can be
doneand will he done, at prireawhich cannot fail to
pleaae. Amongtheasnortmnnt may be noted, '.
Kine Cloth frock snd Dress Costs, i
. Cloth, Beaver and Blanket Over do.
All qualitins and colors of Sack do. ...
Black, blue and fancy cloth Panta,
do do do casatmere do.
do do do satinett do.
Black and fancy satin Vests, t
Morino, cloth, plaid and woollen Vests.
Alias a fine assortment oi shirts, ailk pocket snd
neck handkerchiefs, suspenders, collars, stocks, Oui
brnllas. Die. 4c.
The above embraces s portion only of their Ready
made Clothing, sll of which is well msde snd out of
good material. In addition to this, the public will find
A MOST HXCRM.ENT ASSOIM MKNT
Of cloths, etaalmeros.satlnatts'd! resting, of the most
beautiful stylos and colors . and of the best quality
which will be made up to order, and - ,
A GOOD FIT WARRAXTFD! - '
Thna not only being prepared to supply those who
desire reedy-madeclothing. but also being enabled to
accommodate any class of customers with- goods se
lected with much care, they expect) retain the pub
lic favor hy pleasing their cuatomers. ,.
Thankful for past favors, a continuance of tha pa
tronage of the citixens of thla and surrounding coun
ties, is respectfully solicited.' Eor good Goods, good
fits, well-made clothing and low prices, competitioa Is
put at defiance. . .
rusmaUBbfrsabakpiMav-lmmadiately east ol Rober
and Kucz's store, with th words "Clot hhtg Store"
sainted above the door In large letters.
. ' SMITH 4 TONO.
Lncater, October 30, 1861 2a
' w J
WESTERN NEW YORK
council, of nuum
!V). 207 Mala Street, Buffalo, K. 1 ,
DR. O. O. VATJGmr.l
ALL OVtA TIB W0RIB. .
ilail, fauenamenaad Air
an ataaaa eT Uiia aenplalnt Imawniatelr nUared. M ainth
ausmss is as jiKlnlsl as Cuol.aaa, and ih. Jow and di
imi-iw. ui n aisiaiir, Dieaunc im srstans la a 'tr i,u;h
Ssuvsaaas SlUSrit! ' ull " t"" one 04 Ha auH
HITHZRT0 IHCtraABIJS. . '
sow yields t UiU resaadr ami rhrsMlaM aaa k pl,lh,l, .
ami aalsatslr with ewlaol sasssss. Lai anr l.o ku ss.
nan a sraipioaa 01 umpss as ana cuaracur kaap UiaafUusa,
h tlieaa, sad. 11 uwr uUI ataiil tha aaaalaml .
AFFIICATIOH 0T THX DT1TS. " '
perforate tha srslaaa and lat tha accaatalated watat Rnw
war, unit as nM ap aaain, ana nnau, la and In a drasitlul
SMU, lot tliam jnal asa tins rsnNNlr ia sssaon, ami a noaVMa
asm, tiihaas Irr 11 al anr suae of llut duastBS. and aoara.
is strtala, il Uwr will sia It a fair trial. , ,
sad aU dissaass ef tha ttrfnarr arsanst for ihaaa itiitisstlRsi.
aomplaints, Il aunrfs alans; no elliar aruoU, oaa rriisvs runt
and Uw auras lauinad ta will oonsiao Uw bum akatiuiiol
DEBILITY 07 THB SYSTEM, ,V '
wsnk bank, srsflknaai of tKs KMmm. kfi.. or InflaatmatlAa
af sanw. Is ImsBsdialety raliaTuI itf a law Sara s o! Oiia -
aasdiuuia, and aanre a alwajrs a rason ar Uaaaa. ltauiailsaa .
A CERTAIN BEMBDT ' " - .
for Bask aafaplaUtU, and alaa (of OannfsswaU af taa Nsaola
Iraaaa. . . ;
IRHJTOinJaBlTlM. BTTPPllESSIOirS, i v .
pninilil anesssrnatiees. Na artlola has aiisr baaa tfnU aieapt
Uiis, wliich woakl loaea tills kind of dstangamatits. It asur -
aarsIM upenaaa sara and sgacura laaisilf, aad did aalsal
paraiilUMl to da so, euukt give
A THOUSAirD HAKES "-:
as pmef of snns ia Uiia dislrassina olsa af complaints. Bes
pamiihUH. All broken dowa. debilitated aotiMUUUons, fhrns
thaaltaet ot asarcorr, will find in niacins powar ol tha aru- ,
sis to scl lasmaduitalr, and the polaaaoaa auaasai aiaillBalad
from tha system.
The d disunot propenias whloa esaiposs thla srtlsla, atael..
fat thamsalvss partlaalnrlr in tha applicaUop of tha ooas
poninl, for lha distrassins olasa of oonplulnta which band
this puniarsph. For osntoriaa thara haa been saad la aha ...
aorlh of Earopa, a .'". r
; CKRTAIH BOTAKICAl AOEHT, t ' '
which in nil dititM or iwmngwnmnta of tho fonulo IVamo,
obsUactwiw, itiiflcnUisM, p&int'ut MiartraiMiofa hm
olftJOtsMl ft aiiro. Thu root fa indtnou to our Milt and (bnrvtl '
in inrnm qoontiUM stivri u moitio.ital property, ttunk with
out an equal it forma ono of tho eompoontla in the prar
tion. which, M a wholo fa tho btwl remtHli; fiQ to
ilobiliiaied rmtiW ; t fa mm. on4 tho niM wilt do miofoU .
to honlth hr iu n.
For the roliot ol oil Srmpothouo Dnomm attontknt on prM
nnnuri itotkri tsrOtotlutroMini and pwitfdl troobloi whwh '
often oocur both to iBsuriajd ond uouamotl feottilsN. and to
movoi tlton peneilioMl obaittnotiww whioh eUioo fro loJuu
ooil, &o. a .
CONBUMPTIOIf aw Liv CoMPtuirr, Biltim jTHo.
rnuet. In HammsHon qf ths Lunga, Ctntgk, Cld. Ho
nsMs, M,kt Se,MfaM. W.. Mm oil thoot Ammt oo
Mtdicino hae oror beea tu oqau.
CAKCEBS. FEVKE 80BBS, BCROFUIJ ' ;
.WJPJeiifS ""I SPIN AT
AFFECTIONS thi Medici hot mud u curing Uu worH -.
ittm tne mjfatled vttk tk4mpitnts, oftmf HMr
kesttutt ia trw tXia Medttin. um o cur mtll riiTiisii.v rsv
mnit frym if us4. tk$r bting n Mtditinm U4n$ Hfm ItW
h. '- nisr - Acawiisa awis sv
syaal. CcU aa Jltent mitt a PemtUm.
srtTII IteT H,
FKVKa A.ND AQUS.
To tha Oraal Wast sspaoiallr, and
Blninla pravail, Uiia sscHliuiaa is Qffvrsd,
- K0 JCOfEaUL AOJifT,
no rfeUterioMi tmroa?vrt fa a ptut of thfa nfitoto, k odno
'"w jwn wim oenftinir um oeieni, na aum kh
IA BVsrleB tlreTuiti.
It M an mist nf snAta alesMaa ssatrl b sanwsilsr a. V..kU
tifiH HJiii liiaa nnllllnsl in ila niwnniulhiia aa-taLnk u- i Ik. I
iojnro ny iienon omlor tiny uironniMnoo whotoror. No
MretM uortmeaita ol tho nigheat rtMiieoUsbiMtr aro pblfaho4
tho pumithlou, which are dutributeti ttmluitooiif
sanwriwina an ea lausi ytumim I onaraDlarTs W
DUUSIATZLT BKLIXVXD, ' ' ' '
yij a eni rollowa by a raw dnrr aw of thia artclat il Is lar"
asra any othsr prepanitioe far lha ilMantaa, or for any olaol
ISMHWillulwi liors Isapara blood. r)aa rmsapalav .
XBirmTX SIBXA8S8 .
will find tha nltaraUrs propsttias af this artioa) ,
mart na buhd, ': '
sail driss such dlssasas Iron uw srslan. tJaa pamphkrl fas
tasliaaony o ouras in ull iImsm, which the UsaiUaf an asUas.
Usemont wiU net varaiil la bo nnsssd oora. AawHa fveauwas
away i ihay contain U twitca of cwlificalaa uf hish chamuai
aml a suooscf
,- auut or PB00? ,.
of lha virtnaa of a maJioisa, ns.sr appaarad. Il Is oaa of taa
aaauliar NNluras al ihis anivla lhal it nosar fails as bsmSi ia
aay tiaa. and it bona and sausola aw halt lu baild apua ha taa
.Sauu.'ialed aml-luiswins inralMl . .
, Hon oh,' '.' v' ;
"i.ki1.lki" lbs Biadlcin. as Ions as tfcssa Is aa law sara.
awaU Th prourwor woald . i
. catjtioh to rxrmo 1 - '
smsIbm a BHBiUat as" arilolai whlah uama eat aailar lha Baas) al
SARSArAJUIXAS, STBtm, ste., ,
as auras for lnHr, Unisal. fco.i Thar at snail he aatklaa. .
awl sonrOCHallo sail lha unwary t
. T0OCK TBJUI HOT. '
Thttfr iarsntors aavar thonsht of flarlns oaok dissiuaa till lass
srtlula hud ilona it. A luwtWalui Koiif al, ah aaanihlat is '
auniastly olivlled. . 1
Asvnia nml ull who tall ih nrUvIa any ' r ' ':
OLAO TO CIBCVLATH , - '.v
araliiltnn.ly. I'.il BP in SO oa. bottls. s SI II oa. rla. as
" ' '"! miini, iu. mors i nun i wn mmiiii ki.
' Vauahn a V.,,iubl Liihonlduli S!ialnra,'ilaWB Bpoa J
Hi sluts, in nan tisnalnrs of I). C. Vuuahii ".' oa lha '
iIiimiioui. aad " U. C. Vuha. Buffalo." tumatd !
cor. ion olhar ara smimna. Pmnnsnl by Dr. I). C. 1
Vaoshn, and i apUl at tlia Pnnnipal Olllua, Wl Mala MrM. J
Hnllalo. atwhailasal and eMail. No austitian sivaa t Msatni I
anlaw posluaul poll paid ltan or tarbul uoraraaalaaUaa I
to irinnf ailtloa, pramplly alumiltd la, fratia. . 1
VyiHuaaal Asaaa Jlleott, McKtatoi, Soblns, I a. IJI, "
Maiilaa Lana, N.w York City i Mia. E. Kidilat k d,, Boo. -
axi ; V. H. Htinlsall It Co.. Ciminnati ; J. Own fc C.. Da. .
iron; rhnw a Hay. Chinas I Fitk la Hall, Chruudi B. -
K. .Salhaa, riushurshi wTni fc 8i-w, Hs'tailUHlTcT WT. ,
and tor "la liy all lis, aasvacuU llrassiu laAwirhoat Ins 1
llaltnl Suiaa and Canada, and at rauul "
. t oral Aioul IStaaaaa.' , '
G. Kau Oman Co., Co .Uncaat r, Lrenard fc Bro- .'
ther,Bs-il: Mhaw ami Hutchiiwow, West Rushville;
I). B. Reinhard, (Jrhopoln; O. H. MotHer, Hemeraet; -Troop
nnd Kickhart, Circlerille; Henry King,Tarlton; 1
Pr. D. A Fisher, Baltimore. July 39, 186i 13, .
George flummfl's Freminm Eisente of Coffi o :
MAHTFACTvan bt DAmsti. BoiiLaa Jh oo '
On Package at 18 tent will aae4 lb, qf Cqfttt
THIS Essence was lately awarded with a si'T
medal in he American Institute, New Terk, alaa
with the first premium for such articles In the rank
in Institute, Philadelphia.
Sold Wholesale and Retail, at tha proprietor's ao'e
Depot,3l8,Callowhi!l street.Philadelphia. Also,lnalo
by our A gents, snd at the principal Drug and (irocery
stores throughout tha United State.
This Ksnence haa been proven by many thousand
of the richest and most reapectable families, sswell
ss by the poorer class oi p eople, almost through tha
whole United State, to be by far the' beat preparation
of cotfee ever offered to the public. Coffee mad by
this Essence la much more who eeome, more delicate,
finer flavored, perfectly clear, and, in every instance, '
auperior to the finest Java Coffee.
In order to give full satisfaction snd proof that tfia)
above article is perfectly healthy, aad to ahew some
thing of the deserved reputation It has gained and just
ly entitled to, we annex s few certificatea and recom
mitndationa, particularly ralatiag to health, from Tr. -Booth
and Dr. Chilton, practical chamisia and Aaaly
siste of th citiea of Philadelphia and New. York.
, CnUrgs Avenue, Tenth ttreet, below Market, '
Philadelphia SepremhtrA, 1861. '
T have exainlnod the esaaaca of Coffee maaufactar- '
ad by Hummol, Bohler Ssco.,. and find that its con-':'
stituents are not in the loast rnjurious to hea'th, it
may be used froe'y and with perfect silaty.
- JAMK8 BOOTH, ,
Pro.of Chils'ry applied lo Arts, Prank in Institute. ,
JVoi 73 chamber ttreet, Keto York, Aug M, ti-ii. -
I have examined an article prepared by Messrs.
Hummel, Bohler ami co , rhilaiielphia, called Essence
of colfee, which is intended to . bis used with cotfee,
for the purpose of improving it, I find it free not ocdy
Irom any thing injurious to health, but, on thd con
trary, the ingtedients of which it is composed sre per
fectly wholesome. J. R CHILTON, M. D. Cttamiat.
V For sale by O. KAUKFAIAN si co., Agenla.
" other tmigglsts and lirocers nseialrv
. . raster, Ohio, August 3, 1863
s fflilw li Oomlnif ,
VJ? every body shou'd supply themselves with
varritS'pMng. Come and look at oar stock of
Cloths, Over-eoi'- cassiroeres, SatineU, Jeans,
Flannels, Liases, Wndes",'1-"4 Dr,wr J"
selveil andor aale cheap ty - . I'-apirwai '
sept 87 - UTTLE Jt Ra.r'iACHS
CAUL. AND SETTLE. Vi.: '
1 1 mi. sunscriher Doing under obligations to close thS
.1 ousineas oi tne lata arm or McHKlUi; ft MIL
LER, respectfully Invite all persons knowing them,
aelres indebted to said firm, to call and pay their Botes
snd accounts previous to the 16th of December next, if
delayed aiter that time, al) claims will be put into the,
hands of proper officera for col'ection.
Millorsport sept. S3 1H63-Hm G. C. MILLER.
. - ' Dissolution Notice.
THE partnership heretofore existing between Dr.
O; L. Davis and Dr. 4 smes Van Pearse, hat beea
dissolved this day. by mutual consent. The notes
and accountaaxe in my hands. O.K.DAVIS.
Uncaster, August in.ima. r
IDWAKD Is. SLOCUM, h v inc i,n r -l,a,,ed ' ;
A on'Hro Stock of Drne nl lu im-s ,
George U. Book. now otTer tin uiefers.-,'. r-.ri.i.M
with a large and well salaried new a'---ic .lie (,
Stand, known as the fjlty lrng Si- nr rosy
be found a large and complete assortment fIrmifMe
dicinessnd Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Dye-Stulla', Ulass
Ware and VMndowiiiaas, Brushes, Groceries, Fancy '
Articlea. Sc.. which will ba sold wholesale and retail.
upon as reasonable terms as can be purchased in tb
eity ' - KDWARD L. SLOCUM. -
Uncaster, April 24,1881 , 'diwol" .
, Itltnik Rook. . ,r " ,
A ALWAYS on hand, a supply of Ledgers, Record;
Da y-Booka, etc., together with all hinds of sta
tlonary, for sal at unprecedented low prices, at the.
book store of-, ' . JOHN L. TUrHfl.L,
, tov 4 Telegraph Building, opposite court-h
' PIIItADELrillA rORTEIt
OAfl Dos. just received and for sale at tbe fTTY'
raatVlvr DRUO 8T0HJS. E.U SLOCUM,
t Lancaster, June 26 ... -'7 ' -. .9,
1 lll.ink nininoii .
rSYi I 0S