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CITY OP LANCASTER. Tuesday Honting, Auk 19HS. Th Certial Pacific Railroad. Cut. Benton bti furnished the National Intelli gencer with letter from Mr. II. Heap, con nected with the Central' Pacific Railroad exploring party, under Lieut. Basle, in which ha states that through the entire line which the party had explored, compre hending fully half the distance between the boundaries of Missouri sud California, ind embracing, as is ssitl, the most difficult portion of the line, the construction of a road U not only practicable at an easy grade, but the country is well watered and fertile, such m to invite Dottier and cultivators throughout. '.V I ..' "Gos oVs io Romr." The Freeman's (njart" Catholic) Journal announces that '" distinguished American Statesman" has just become a convert to the Roman Catho lie faith. The Paris correspondent of the Journal confirms this announcement, iu the following paragraph: Letters from Rome, received here three days ago; announce that a distinguislted Senator of the United State made hi formal renunciation of Protestantism, and was re ceived in the Catholic Church on the Feast ol Visitation, (July 3i.) by His Eminence Cardinal Fransoni, Perfect of the Propag anda. I have not been able to ascertain the name of the eouvert, but it will not long remain unknown. It is intimated that this statesman may be Senator Douglas, as he is the only U. S. Senator known to be in Europe at the pres ent time. . ' Pboobess or Louisville The Lmiii. ville Courier says -there has been no time when the present and prospective prospects cf that city were more marked than now. It attributes the condition of things mainly to the fact that Louisville Is soon to become great social and commercial centre, at which will erost the bulk of railroad travel, both between the East and the West, and the North and the South. Atmosfhhhic Ttaeag ra The subscrip tion to the stock of the company which pro poses to build a line of tliU invention,for the purpose of transporting letters and parcels between Boston and New York in fifteen minutes, is said by a Boston paper to be steadily advancing. (K7A Locomotive without rails is describ ed by the Courier des Etats Unis as having been Invented and exhibited in operation in Paris by Alexandor Levor. It was attach ed to two cars, which it drew along the streets, around abrupt corners, advancing and rotiring with ease. It hus four whoeU with broad felloes. Rapid Growth or Oreooh. From the first week in 18&3, to the intiilligonce by last dates, it appears that the amount of Im migration to the territory o Oregon, is over ten .'thousand; which, added to the thirty thousand already settled on her soil, and the natural increase since the taking of the lust 'Census, must bring her present population up lo forty-four or forty-five thousand. So that we may safely calculate that Oregon will bo the next claimant for admission to the Union as a Statu. Tint Outbreak in Veicezukla. It ar pears by letters received in Boston, that though the Government of Vonesuelu has been able to suppress the outbreak in some provinces it is still raging in others. A let ter from Laguayra, says: "The land is in open revolution, and God only knows how it will end. The province of Cumana has declared her Independence from the government, and has invited all no- micai refugees to return. Government is arming and a prolonged civil war seems in evitable, particularly as the pro ince of Mar garita and several others are discontented." ' Tm Sultan or TuixKr.lt is saidhasex. pressed bis Intention of devoting till the plate be latoly inherited from his nvther to the purpose of tho war, its estimated value is about 40,000,000 piastres. The same resolution has been adopted respecting the treasures accumulated for conturies in the grand Mosque, QuABAsrifiE had been established, at 1st- ' est dates, at Natcheas, Mississippi, to provent me yellow fever from reaching that place and in all the towns on the Mississippi sani tary measures woro adopted Willi a similar view. . (Pennsylvania Anthracite Coal is to be properly displayed at the Crystil Palace . exhibition, large specimen columns being in course of preparation, so mo or which, it is aid, will be curiosities io their way. KTA county treasurer, In Ohio, who is alleged to bo a defaulter In the sum of 7,. 000, very innocently ,,, ..-, B how it occurrod." A Great Haul. Two men have been arrested in Marshall county, Ala., having in their possession! 100,000 In counterfeit notes o the Bank of Oapa Fear, N. C, besides . 3.000 in good money, (CTlt I etatod lhat Dan Rioo, the clown Is about to take up his residence In Erie' Pa., where be bus purchased a dwelling for 7,000. , - CocHiBBAf. and Ikdhv,. Letters from Guatemala City, Central America, to about , the 1st ult., state that the crop of Cochin, eal would be only from 1,800 to 8,600 bales this season. From Salvador it is slated . that the crop of Indigo would be much redu ' eed, on account of the locusts, which were again destructive in that state. "fc7A Monument to General David Woos. .. tar, of revolutionary famo, is to be finished on the 27th of April next.and erected in the new cemotrr of Danbury County, called Mount Moriah. at an entire cost of $3000. ftirMr. Rembrandt Lockwood, a younir artist of Newark, N. J., is now etigiigod upon a work .of art representing: the Last ; Judgement, on which bo has been employed during the last eight years, and which be expects to complete in a year. V FasHitia'a Grave A dilapidated slab - of stone, at the southwest corner of Fifth ... and Arch streets. Philadelphia, alone marks thl spot white sleeps the great philosopher , of bis day Ecnjrtnin Franklin. OCrVVra. Cullen Bryant, editor of the - New York Evening Post, baa had the de gree of Doctor of Laws conferod en him by the Union College of Schenectady, New York. EDVVAKD I.I.OttM,ivius purchasethe entire Stock of Drugs and .Medicine of George G. Beck. sow offers those me forsale, together with a large and well aelectednew stock al the Old SinJ,lioownitb City Drue Stoic, where my be found alanteaiid complete assortment otl-rrugs, Me dicines and Chemical, Paiiita.Oils, Dye Studs, Ulaa Ware aud VYindowUiasa, Brushes, Groceries, Fancy Articles. which will be sold wholesale and retail, upon as reasonable terms as can be purchased in the city KDWAKO L. SLOCUM. Lancaster, April 24.1R5I d&w61 niosGEAn la Mrs. 4 New sud daairabla article recommended - JL ecounm y, comfort and avoiding arcane on Car pets, &e. They only need being seen to induce any (. -e to purchase them. The public are invited to cat an I sou them at the city Drug Store. PAINTS, ).S, AC. Oftfs Kegs PureWhiteLead5bbls Venetian lied. UU 10 do Red Lead, 1 do Yellow Ochre, o a-egs ury mute Lead, 4UCo l.inseod un, 10 do Lithange 6 dospi Turpentine 1'H) lbs Chrome Crenn. 3 dn Japan Varnish 150 do do Yellow 4 do Copal do i0O do American Vermillion 1 do aup coach do&t ait received and for sale at the city Drug Horn late O. U. Ueck. KOWAUO L. bLOCiJU. (.ancestor, June 36. 1 K61 out, ..; ami i.i;,iO;s. ' A Few Boxes Just received at the city city Drug store. KUWAKDL. SLO(1'.M. Lancaster June If " PHILADELPHIA l'OKTEH. Of Do- just received andforsale at the CITY fiJJ VHUli STOKE. SLOCT'M. La neuter. June 36 S I'l.ASTKR OK PARIS. 4.C 5 Barrel! Calcined Plaster,5U Jo Water Limn, 5t ground Plaster, lor sale by . . D. SLOCUM. Lancaster, June 3f, pinti-u.ii eiiy er has lust receivi rflHK subscriber has ust received very fine as- snrtmont of the temifw Houttstl Perfumeries. consisliut; of Knuine Hei'l Mairow, genuine Ucas Oil, HhilocomnanJ Bnnf Marrsw Poiuuiada, i ine Kx tracts lor handkerchiefs, etc. etc NovSa O. W. ICHiEMKIt COMI'OL'ND SYRUi OF HOIU'.IIOL'ND AND WILD CI1F.RBY AND i:LK.CAMPANK. THE same article formerly put up by me lor Mossrs. Ilurv & Hock, now put up in bottles con taining nearly live times the qunnlil v at $1 ptr bot tle. Forsaloby OTTO W. kK.UMKR. Ltncastor, March 10, IH53 comi'oiind aABSArAnii.r.Asvnri. " P'lKl'ARKl) strictly In iccorJance to th lorinuli nf tho United States Pliarmacnp'ela. lstelv revis ed by authority of the National Medical C 'nvntion, on hand ami for sslo bv OTTO W. KR.BMKU. Lancasti-r, March 10, 1H53 If. II. IlirjiTKIt A CO., Iain St., opiinslte I lie llocklnsValU-)' ftanh, Cash Dfmi.chs iv CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES AND DRUGS. nAVKjuttreceived and shall keop on hand a full and constant supply of Stnplo Urocorica, Fruits, Nuts, Spices, Hauce. Piiklos. C'atsupn. &c. toL'nlln'r with muny other srtirlos necesusry in keeping Houar. AImo, a larraand well aelocted stock of 1'iiinh, fills ami nye-Htufa. Lancaster, May IH6'2. U3 Chenxe! t:linesc!I Cheesi'!!! JUST received, fin lot ofF.nglish Uiiry, Pine Apploaml Hap Sago I'heoso lo bn sold low for caith by II. U. HUNTKUSiCO. May B, 1853. d'J3 Tobncno mid CitfiirHj AT.U0E and ill potior lot of Clxars and Tobacco, forsaloat H. B. 11UNTKM tt CO. May5. AM OT.D Gov. Java and Rio CoH'oo, New Orleans Su gar, Hhiladolphia crualmd do., Now Orleans Mo lassits, SiiLrar-housu and Goldi-n Syrup st May6: II. B ULINTF.R It CO. Iron VarnUh. ANKW article, expressly for Stoves, Gratei, Iron Fonces, etc., justruceived at May 18 11. 11. HUNTER ft CO. I'liORffune Lump. A NKW and beautiful style of Phosgene Lamps, suitabla lor Ladies' work stanils. just received at May 18. II. J). IIUNTF.lt it CO Pelnls, oils. Vo A LAR'lKlotofWhito Load, Red do., Von. Red, . Lit hor;n, chroma Urnen, Chrome Yellow, Lin seed Oil, Turpentine and all kinds of Varnish for salt by II.B. HUNTKRftCO. PlOOR Mall, Brooms, Sugar Tlucknts. covered YJ Boxi-a, elc, at n. u. liur I n.lts LU. Pick els. Prunes, nraurijr Penehes, V NO s variety of nics things, fm sale low ioi cash st H.B lIUNTilRJfeCO. WRAl'PINfs IAPEli Rocnived tliiadey nt II. B. 1 1 UN TF.R St, CO.. Muin Street I.iii.Oiis'i'r Oliin, A Irge lot o superior Wrapping Paper, which t JLwil' bo sold at very low prices. l.sncastor, march 31, IHfi3 Fninlli Flour, A 1'rline article, Panlul llnsni's bct while wheat V r lour, tor sale at H, B. UUNTKU& CO Window Glass. IT ft BOXES City Brsnd, just, received st U H. B. iiuntv:r C.l UOOT AND SHOE IISTAHLISIIIIKNT ft "rOllK,SON Jt WOHKwouhlroHpect v fully informthncitixe' sol Fairliold " l"an(l the adjoining counties, I hat t hoy aro on (fas, hand as uual, st thoir old stand one door West nt Klocuin'a Drug Store with a larga and splendid amorlme-nt of everything in their line. Their IFinter purchases nave been selected with care and sre lamer than usual. LADIKS! We havetakempecialcarelr making our purchaaoaao as to ploaae you. Wo haves little ol evovylhin.frnm a Jkknv LtNti Busk in down to the snial lest c hi Idrtm's shoos. We have also oil handand are prepared to maketo nmar. tVsn(feiu' 11 unk In and Seam! Oallm, Con rose Boats, Kc. We have sluo juat received lot ol Congress Hoots, a linn articlo. GUM SI1UKS. We have on hand a largo andox cellont assortment ofUum Shoes and Sandal i new articlo. We have both tho light and heavy kind. which am much anpnrior to lurmnr articles. We have also Ladies' an I Misses' Gum Unots. FINDINGS, Die Wo are also prepared tofurnlnh I.M...I'..... U. ........ L1.. It r liiuviii.Hni mmiiii r iiiiii "n .i hi u w 11 11 i' llllllN III PVUI y description, such as Kits, Pegs, Boot-webuiug,Shoe-ttriiiss. Lacea. tie. Sole Leather. Morocco bindings, fcc, always on nanu. In addition to the work on hand, we are prepared as heretofore to manufacture nverytl ing in nurliue. uur own worn nonus nomroiniiunustion. v e hope by proper sttontiunto our business, to secure a fail sharo. of the public patronage, as we willalivayahe on hand to wall upon our customers a ml do ouibexllo plivase fhoin. WAN I'KI). The subscribers willtske one or two good and industrious buys to learn the Hunt anil Shoe wining uuxineaa. nuita, aim a. rvuttlt. bancastur, January H, 1M03. 36 JILACKS.IIlTIIINt.. 1"MIK ubscriber, at his shop nn fliesnut street, immndiatolv Fast nil he Old Han. list Church, is prepared todo all kinds ol work cunnectod with lit. business In the beat manner, annur. f lost'of V FOR THIt SHOF.INO OF IIOHS1 he has in hi employ nne of the very bo worumnn, who is hot surpasses in tnis urnncii ol tho husliinNs. Prices will bn inatle reaaonable. The pa tronage of the public is respnclfull y solicited. i.iiuoumr, .Mmr.li 'J, i) :i. et. Ill-..M t K. NKW "nooiist Al the City nnk Rlor. oppoalts aharlTer'a lintel, Lmiesialer, Ohio. I U"T B,KrKI V KD DsHiig Deeds of American he Sroes.MghtslnaHlock house.thn DiscardedDangh tor, the AnJtraH,n rantive and tho Gold Regions, Dick Wilson.k rest's Pictorial history of falilornls. Kx p'oringl.xpeditlnnt..iJ,lirornls,theWldo,WideWorld, r rank r mmm Barber Shop, the Nile Boat, Advice oYoung Men History of ,, Mexican War Napo leon and hi. Marshals, by J. C.IIo.dlev; Nobis Deeds ol Woman. Life ol the Kmpress Josephine. April '.. JOHN KF.ARLES. April 6 JOHN SF.VRLF.S THB POKTICM WORKS OF LORD BYRON -SStAN, Thompson, Klrke White, Moore, Shelley Tiipper, Scott. Camobell. Milton, Mrs. Homans and Poems of Amelia. , (T . tj1(1 clt p k atoro, opposite Shasfler's hotel, by Al,ril2(i' JOHN SEARLES. FOR THE LADJES. A FINE Lot of Albums, of all kindt,and fins hooka expresshr for Iho ladles, at the city book atoro, 1 n nn a I ta Shan ffusF'si knil i.u ' opposite tihssffer's hotel, by April 40 JOHN SEARLES. A FINE ASSORTMENT OF NOVELS. OTthe latest publications, for sals at ths city book tor,opposlts Shrtiffer-shotal.br w JOH.N SEARLES, NEW AURANGEMBNT. In AVE removed my ofllce rroinT allmadge'a Block to Poster's Buildina. seeond flo. .J-.l-...." gtye my undWdes sttsntlo. to the Mttleuent and ""'P" ,n r airnwaana otolning counties "ri ino. i. h. MUMAUGH. 1M1E.?A1,I1! 'ol ?f r!,p' L"'. commercial, Ulotling and counting-house Paper and Blank Books of all kinds fe, ut tbeclty k ro posits Shssller'i hotel, by 1 ' p Marble, Sandstone and Freestone factory. OUR Machinery snow in succeskful operation, and persona wanting any of the following named ar ticles, would consult their own interest and confer a favor bv giving us a call. MOUVMKiiXa ot Marble, we will furnish at a short notice BEAD Ayi) FOOtSTOXBSor the same; ws have nf beautiful forms and highly polished. MunuMUPi la ut BAausruaa in s great variety of forma. Head and Kootstones of the same and ol Freestone. " . SANDSTUXK F0JtB(7LW.Va,S.AV.,Ttsr.ge work.Caps and Silln.Cappin for wills or Chimneys, Flooring for Porticos; Flagging for Walks or Spiing houaea. Columns, Gate or Fence-posts, well-tops and Ueartha. A.J. LILLY CO. Incaater, May 19, IS53. dw3 "EijMBlCH ASI)" COAL!--IVntlce to niiiltloi-s tuitl Mwhtiiilre. FHKubcriberi, now eitablisliinx an KXTEN X SIVKLl.VJli'Ji YAHD, ' At Ulcay's Wharf, foot of Cotitmbus and II I K la flreets, Lnnrnafer, and intonus kei-ping constantly on band all kinds of Lnmbor and t'oal for aa'e. His (intensive cquaintanceand knowledge nf Lum ber, will enable him lo anlnct the boat uualirioa. snd soli at such prices, at will merit the patronage of a generous public. UtJlLUMts AM) CONTRACTORS having special bills to Till, will find it to their interest to call on him before purchasing eUewhore. 't r"o will also lurnlsh at Wholesale and Retail, LIMK and CKMV.NT ofa superior oua'irv. Bs'ioving in the old niaxim.that "a nimble Sixpenrt Is better than a slow ihilling," niy terma will be cash. Augum ji. Wiii. j. CAlll). p. xjRowsrs Kxiicc of JtiitiaU'ii ;iii'i'. FTMIIS Ksaenee it preparation of unusual excel 1 lonce. in ordinarv diarrho-s. incipient chulova. in short, in all ciea nf prostration ol the diiteativo itinciiuns ii is oi incstimaoie value, uin ing tho pre valence of epidemic cholera and ROliimnr rnmtilnititu ol children. It is peculiarly ettlcacioua; no family or individual should be without it. tAHTiox-Be suretogot thegpnuinel.asence, which Isjprcparedonlv by V. Uiiows'. al his Drug and ehem ieel Htort. N. K. rnrner of fifth and elirsnul-nlreett Ph1liultlphia,n4 lor sa'e'b'y all tho respectable Apo thecaries in the I'nitsl States Sold by M. .. Krieder.in Lancaster) E. Kal',Ruh vllle, and by Druggists every where. Nov. 4 ii. It A Ur I'M AN tV ( o,, nAVK been filling up their rtock again, and will keop constantly ou hand all kinds ol FORIOKiN AM) AMKRICAN CHEMICALS, URUCiS, PAINTS, OILS . DYK STUFFS, which aro warranted pure. NOTIONS. CORtMGK. (illOCKBIKS. &c. to which wo invito the attention of the trade. Quinine, Opium, Morphine, Calomel, Tannin. Soda, Chloroform, Ulue Mass, Magnesia. Pink Hoot Sarsspsrilla, Senna. .Can bo'had by the quantity or small parcels at ' So-it I IB:.-.'. K AU FFM AN. CO. Gicoi r.uii:s, Ofihe brat q,unltl-f always on hand. YKLLOW Itio Coffee, Creen do. Java do; Yotnig Hyson Tea, luiuerlal do; lllack do; Orleans and Loaf Sugars, Boston Syrup, prime article, Orleans Mnlasos, Sugar House do; Tobacco, Segars, cinnamon, cloves, Nutmegs, Mace, etc etc nt Si'l'lemlicr (I KAUFFMA N.fe CO- ii. K tl'I'l'BIARI (V I II., KKKP constantly nn hand, White Lend, puro, in Kegs and dry, Venetian Lead, Yellow Ochre, Prussian B'uo. Red Led, Litharge, Linseod OH.Spprm Oil, Corn Oil, copal Varnish, coach do., chrome Yel low, do. Orcnti, Rose Pink, Vermillion, Lamp Black, Turpentine, Lard Oil, Finn Oil,Alcohol,Japan Varnish, SNOW WHITF. ZINC PAINT, that will not turn yellow. AU of which will bn sold low lor can sopt. I i'lrt Proof Pilint. CHOCOLATK COLOR, a cheap and durabln Paint lor out-aidu work:, just riicuivi-d at Suplemlmr 7. K. FF. N A. CO. ' DYED! YOU can g"t Ixigwood, Kxt. Logwood, Fuutic, cam Wood, llluu Vitriol, Madder, coppoiaa, Alum, Indigo, of the best quality at ' September (J. KAUFFMAN & CO. ItriislM's! i;iiisics. 1JAINT Brunhpa, all slps, shoe Brushes, Hair do; Dunling do; Wliito Wash ds cloth do; Flesh do; Scrnhhing do; Venllier DiiHter". Sept 7 Just received at KAUFFMAN & CO. BHANDIKS.oftl.ebest Vintsge; Wines Port, Ma dnria, Lisbon, Malaga, etc; Old live Whiskey; London Porter, Sohotch All, expressly for the sick at September 7. KAUFFMAN t. CO. I'll!' I'lllllf I'llillt. CHOCOLATE COLOR, a choap and duiablo Paint W utr tun sum wuik, jutu rncoivii ar Septemlier7. KAUFFMAN & CO. roi iLik-'. WF. have on hand a large stock of cotton folne Twine. Ileum. do do: ilroom Twine. Fishl.iues. Carpet Yarn, Bud cords, saah cord, Gr.ms nnd Hemp Rnpe,sllsi,oa KAUFFMAN Is. CO. ""'run Til:Li'.it.Vrir m.m:. I.ITTLF. DRKSRACIIS. WOULD rpspoctfully announce tolho rltipnsnf Lancaster ami vicinity thai they are, as iisuhI, in receipt nf a very heavy and well selected stork of SPUING AND 8UMMF.lt DRY GOODS, Knilnaclni; every variety and style to hot-ad hi the KaslP'rn market, to which wn invite the attention nl every bndy, as wn intend selling as chesp as goods can bo sold Won! of tho Mountains In addition lo our largo stock, will bo lound a general assortment of BOOTS AND SIIOF.S, IIONNKTS AND 11 ATS, Parasols and Umbrellas, Quoenswnre and G'nxsusro, looking Glauses, carpeting and Matting, Wall Pa per, Bordering anil Window Blinds, cotton coverlet and carpet Yam, Ilnttin. Wsddingand candle-wick. Also, a good slock of 'i.VW iiUOUKMth S, To haccoes, etc., and Indeed, every thing usually kept In alorea and morn loo ALL KINDSOF COUNTRY PRODUCF. TAKI'.N In exchange for Goods, at Ihe lilghokt market price. And let il be understood that they wil1, in no rase, refuse all good bank notes, gold and spociu smooth quarters and niuepencpa not excepted. Lancaster, April 3", 1NT3. TALLMADOB HOUSE. ALVAII PI'.UItY, PROPniRTOH. TDK Proprietor Informs tho public that invnral thouannd dollai-N have been expended in entire y refitting and rui'iiishingthls houso. Ho Halters him self that ho can furnish to bis boarders and to the tra velling public accommodations equal to those of Iho best llolels in Iho West. His tab(e is alwavs luinish- edwilhlho best Ihe market aH'ords his atnliln is Inrgn and In line condition. Ilnving had cnnsiilora bin experience in holol-kopping, he liopos to receive a full shnro of the pubic pstronsge. Inrastor, Ohio, April fl, 1S53 H7"Ohlo Stateman, (diio State Jouvual, Ohio Kagle and Telegraph, Lancaster, publish for one year. ritKsii ahhivalXV (utoci-jtiLs. rllAVK just received by the Canal Boat Wcalwind, fresh supply, and ran now oiler to my fi iendsand tho public in general. a lavge and woll ascoiti il lot of choke Groceries. Tho lullowing articles I would rocommend in paillcular: Ileal Green 11 io t'ollen, Prime New Orleans Sugar Rice, Fresh Unifies, lard Oil snd Tinner's Oil', Mackerel No. 3, without deception, Hutch Herrings, Codfish ill good order; . Soil Soap by the gnllon ov bairel, Claret Wlue In cask and boxes, pure elder vinegar. A general assortment of Tobarco, Nails, Imported and domestic l.lnuorsand imported Segara. Lancaster, January 37, IhbU. K. BKCUICR. pon SAT.P. ANUMBFR ofilesicablH building lota. In Hunter & Weaver's addition to the rltyol Lancaster. They will be sold on very reaanuahle terms. As lona- de- lava are dangerous, these quick times, rsl) toon and make your selection ol a lot, whilst they can be bought at a low price. Now Is the time for those persons who are desirous of obtaining a good location. Kn.iuiroof J. C. WfcA VER. June 111, IS3.1. 6-6iv LANCASTER MACI1INK FOUNDRY, (" PEVOL la prepared to furnish all kinds ol IT, Ntenm Fiigiiies, upon short notlcs snd at Cincinnati and Pittsburgh prices. Also, all kinds of Mill Gearing. Moisting screws, Regul at lng Screws , J ac k Screws ; Fuller's Screws and Cider Screws. Mill Spindles of oast iron or wrought. Bales and Drivers, dtr. Ac. He will also furnish the Pnrlrer Wheel tn Biilt any head of water, and with either Iron or wood ahalt. Alao.theAtkttiMth Wheel fit up as above Tha patent on the Parker Wheel has expired and con sequently thev can be had much cheaper. He also continues to make DpvoI's Thrpahing Machinr, and keeps a lot constantly on hand; war ranted the beat in Ohio. All the above articles will be made with especial ear and by the beat workmen, and willbe warranted. All kinds of repairing done upon the shortest notice. He also keeps constantly on hand, ALL KINDS OF CASTINGS, usually kept ia a Foundry. He has completed his front shop, so thst those who call, can examine his work. The known quality of the work done st this estab UshsaeM formany yean pat.ia;the best guarantee that In future, the subscriber willlaoor to desire the pa trons, of the public. He invites examination. r Lancaster, April SG, O. UK VOL OB. W1YI. SALCAH rO?.TS3 LIT2TOC, , FOR THE CUBE OF . Consumption, Decline, Asthma, Bronchitis; Wasting ot the Flesh, Nihl Sweats. Spi'ting of B'nod, Hoop ing Cough, Diiliculty of Breathing, Colds, Coughs, Influenza. Phthisic, Pain in the Side. and all Diseases of the Cbest and Lungs. is orricscD roar a scmca ntc;iT. IT CONTAINS NO OPIUM. CALOMEL, OR M1NKRAL POISON! And Is Safe for the meat delicate Child! It it estimated that 150,1.00 persons die annnallr In the United States, with consumption, and Profesaor F.berly savs thsta vast number of those could be sav ed by the timely use of some prompt remedy. dh. nan 's SAi.iAftf stkikis at the hoot of the nisKASK at oseas, and auch is its speedy effect, that any one using it freely according to directions for 34 or 4S hours, and not entirely satisfied with its merits may return it and receive back his money, mostet will nn CHavarsuT KKrvnnr.n- Ths most dia tressing cough is frequently relieved bv a single dose, and broken up in a fow hours' lime. The afllicted do not have to take bottle after bottle before they find whether this remedy will afford relief or not Call on ths agent and get a psmphlet gratis. The TaiiATtBE on conrsuMpTios alone ia worth more than the price of this medicine. You will find certi. notes of PiiTaiCMxs in CixciKMATi, and of others whose cures have beou effected here at home, whare thev can be found. Tho pub'ic have been linnosed upon bv remedies rerommonded by certificates which have always originated from some nnknown source.' We believe that a medicine postesjifig real merilt will effect cures wherever it ia used, at home as wi 11 as abroad. This Is no Paregoric prcpsrat inn. but ono which if used in season will save the lice' of thousand."; and persons may make this bargiinwith Agents from whom they purchas", that in every ce where it is used Ireelv accoiditu; to directions, and entire satisfaction is not given in 24 or AH hours, thev can return the mo. dicine, and their moxky will bo cheorfully refunded. WTIIOn AND CONSIUEB. Dr. Hall's It A t,SAM, no Paregoric Preparation but a Medicine whith makes tuns at home where tne parties can be found. The rjreaf Cnugta & Conanmpllve Ilrmrdy. BF.APF.R! have yon a cough, which you are npg. lecting under tho idea that it is only a common cold, and that it will soon "wear itself out!" Let a friend tell you, in a II kindness, what will anon bo the proba ble result. In a short time, if ynu continuo to npg lect yourself, vou will beein to feel a sense nf tilth. ness and oppression across the chest, accompanied with frequent sharp darting pains. Then, a dry hack ing cough will sot in, and when you raiso anything it will boa I hick and yellowish, or white Irothv'mattcr, streaked perhaps with blood. If you iiill tako no medicine, these unpleasant symptoms wi'l increase, and you will soon havener lie lever, cold chills, night sweats, copious expectoration, and then great prostra tion. If you still neglect yourself, a few weeks or months will see you consigned to tho gravo, leaving your friends to mourn how rapidly consumption did its work, and hurried you away. Friend! have you no cause to be alarmed) In tho above sketch you may see ill a glass, how every case nf consumption pro grosses, with more or less rapidity, to a fatal teitnin ation. Of all the thousands and millions whom this groat Destroyer has gathered to the tomb, every sin glo case began with a cold! If this had been attended to, ail might have been well; but, being neglected, un der the fatal delusion that it would "waar itself off," it transferred its deadly action to the substance of the Lnngs.exciting there the formation of tubercles. Cold after cold addod I'eul to the Uaine, until theao tu borcles began to soften and suppurate, leaving by their u'coratton, groat cavitios in the Lungs At this crisis tho disease is very difficult of euro, and often times sets atdefianco all human means. In ths latter, or wo' st, stage, this medicine will of tentimes arrest, rho disoaso.or check its progress and will always make tho patient moro comfortable.' and prolong his life, and il is therefore worthy ofa trial bill in its incipient or forming periods, consumption is as curab'e as any other disease, and mi. hall's Bal sam for the Lungs, if taken at this time, will cure it as surely as it is taken! We oarnestly exhort all who hnve a cough, or aro subject to colda, to keep the me dicino by them, and whenever ynu tako cold, prndi cate it thoroughly, and at once, by this powerfully healing compound, and leave your Lungs uninjured to carry ynu in full vigor to a good old ago. ' TESTIMONY OF A PHYSICIAN. Mrsbiis. Baker & Co.: DearSirs The public gon. orally aro fully aware ofths thousands of remedies for diseasnd Lungs, under tho titles of Sartoparillas, Pills, P'asters, Liniments, Pic, thatare daily brought to their not cn through the newspapers, by way of advertisement. My object in writing this note for publication, is tn induce the public, or at least thoae who are alltice l (il they will usn patent medicine), lo use one that contains articles nl ukal usb in mti.aio. vary TiisRAsns. I am conscious lhat, in so doing, I am acting most unprnlesaionally, and dorngatory to tho intorosts of medical sciunco and the regular prac titioners nf medicine The Medicine to which 1 refer is "nn. mall's wal iiji ron tiik i.unos." I have prescribed it ins largo number of cases, and always with arcct-'as. One esse in particular, lo which I wish now lo refer, was GIVEN UP bv several pli.sicians who had boon cnl'ed in con ii'ttitlon with nnself. The patient had all the at inptoms of ronlirmod consumption, such as cold night swoata, hectic fpvnr. harassing cough, with continued pa in in Ihe lobe of Hie light Lung, atlenji-d with Severn dlarrhn?a' lie commenced immediately lo get batter, bi the usn of the above-mined medicine, and was soon restored t'.Jhisusua1 hoalth! I have also lound nn. iiai i's sai.sasi tho most valuable F.xpnc. torniit for breaking up distressing coughs and colds that 1 havo ever used. W. D. WRIGHT, M D. MORE PHYSICIANS' TESTIMONY. Wo,l!i undersignnd, Phisicians of Cincinnati, cer tifivthat Dr. Wright's statements aro entitled to the fiillestgrnnudpnce of the public, and caufuHy corrobo rate wlial he has said, having used nn iiai.i'h ual bam iu a number of cases, with the happiest effects!! .1 S LAWSON. M. I).. W.M C. SMITH. M. I)., .1. i Johnson m i. The Ge- uinn signed "O. R. HA KF.lt & CO." For sale by O. W. Kr.cmcr and E. L. SViira, Lan caster. March 17, IHSUa NKW ;ooi)s. w K have now received a large and complete as aortineut nf New fV I'llsliiiMltllili! (Jonils. which wn aro daily exhibiting and Bulling at the old stand of R:iNniuNn an n Son. All we ask or requiro, is, that persons visiting our city in pursuit of good bargains, will give us s call. We dolost hunittuggery, and. hosidea.oiir goods,o eraminetl, recomiiiund themselves. Gur stock is full w as bought in a cash market, and we aro satisfied with small profits. We can supply our customers with almost ovory thing heart can wish for, I loin nn ounce or Indigo to a hugshead nf Sugar; or from a yard of HJ cent Calico to A full suit iiUthesfor 4. Ol Shoes, Hats, Bonnets, I lose, Ribbons, Parasols, silks, lawns, bareges, da lalnea, ginghams, calicoes, cloths, cassiiniiros, Satinets, tweeds, tic , we are well aiippliud as respects both qualities and prices.; We keep on hand tho best of I'llillily (.roup rind, auch as Teas, Coffee, Sugar, Mulassea, Syrup, Hies, Spires, &c. And we are always siipplind with largo and valu ahlo stock of Rf'tuly ItlurJo Clothing, made here at home, on special order, and Iherofoie gieatly pre ferable to that imported lrnm eastern slop-shops. VJ"C'ash and country Produce always taken in ex change Inrgonda. HK1NMUND& MARTIN. AmilaO, IH5-J. dM9 B. OAnnETT, iJIncksmltli nniL, Vrlrrinnry Nurgcnn, OFFERS his services lo the public iu the raptcity ol KccWi!t tVur- I g'nn, and especially in theli-eatment of aiseamijcet. Ilia long oxponence in shoeing horses onablea him to confident ly sav, that he can anil will gtvo lull sa tisfaction. He has availed hunsoll'lof all tho lights nf science in treating the various forms of diseased toot to which the horse is iiabiu. Ilia shop Is on Broad street, noar'y opposite the North public school-houso. Wagons and Buggina ironed on short notice, and all other kinds of smithing dona with neatness & despatch. The noble Horse pursupa his dally toil In liilggv, Coach, or in the farmer's field; Straining each nerve to tread ill turn the soil, With patient spirit not diapoaed to yield- He makes Si wins your money I declare It And I'm the man to shoes him right. Lancast.ir, March II. 1M3. B. GARftF.TT. f li!ihVItflifnItnrtory Itrmovftl (1 KONOK SMITH has removed his Chair and Rod X stead Factory from the corner of Wheeling and Columbus streets, fn Stanhery'siIlHildinr nn Main street, two doors Host of the lloclHng V alley Bank and directly opposite the Checkered Store. He hason- largeanisousinessana imonasueepingon hand the largest and best assortment of CHAIRS nnd BEDSTEADS ever before kept in this place ; consisting in pan., ol vane s'i, vunagu, nuHiid, French, Scroll tea), Villsgo, common and Children's Chnlrs. Roclablea and Setteea. All descriptions ol BEDSTEADS manufactured ol eiiner i;nerry, walnut. Mapleor bugar. Ilia work will all be madeof the vory beat material by good workmen and of the latest and most approved patterns. It will be inferior to none manufactured elsewhere snd will be sold at the very Joweat prices. A continuation of the very liberal patronage of the public is respectfully solicited. It ia the intention of me suDscrioer to Keep a tun ano general aasorimem at all times, J that he will be enabled to accommo date bath old an.' new customers with anything in his tine, in connection with his establishment la Air. U. L. Eckert's Cabinet Ware Room, so that customers can be accommodated with ell article! requisite to com plete a full assortment of Household Furniture. Call and see. GEORGE SMITH. Laocester.Novembsr 1. 1860. , 86 Recelvrd at the Philadelphia Com. Store, rTMIIS-DAT, Two Cases LADIES' DRESS BON X N FTS of all colors. Made by the most fashion- ace iviuumyr in xne v nirea outos, call ana see. Lancaster, April 13, 1363. WHATEVER concerns ths health and happiness of s dbodIsi ia at all times of Ihe snoat valuable importance. I take at for granted lhat every person will do all in their power to save the lives of their children, and that svajry parson wi'l endeavor to pro- . i. : i i.l.T ii uiuic inir own neaiin al an sacruices. i ieel ii ro be my duty to solemnly aaaurs you that woMS,sc oordiiurtn ths opinion ol ths most celebrated uhval- cians, are the primary causes of a large majority of .) : .. . ...i.i.l. -. 1 1 i i.i." 1 1 ii ... m nuH-ucuiiueiD tuu suuns arsi uauie; ii you havs an appetite continually changeable from ana kind of lood to anothei. bad breath, pain in the stomach, picking at ths noae, hardness and fullness of ins oeuy, ary cough, slow lever, pulse irregular, re member that all thesa denote WORMS, and you should at ones apply ths remedy: .'.HOBENSACK S WORM SYRUP. An article founded upon scientific principles, com pounded, with purely vegetable substances, being parlbctly safe when takon,&may be given to the most tender infant with decided beueficiai effect, where bowel complaints and diarrhaahtve made them weak and debilitated, the tonic pioperties of my worn syrup are auch, that it stands without an equal in the catalogue of medicines in giving tons and strength to the atomach, which makes it anTnfaliable remedy for those afllicted with dvsDnnsia. the satanlsMm, t,va performed t' this syrup alter physicisns have failed, mine oesi evidence ol Ita superior rtrtcacy over aU others. , , EarTHE TAPE WORMa Thia ia the most difficult worm to destroy of all that infest the human sy stem, It grows to an almost indefi nite length, becoming an coiled and fastened in the intestines and stomach, effecting the health to asdly as ... ......... c, 71 rv ..... . . ., . .. m. w ..mo oi. w iiu, uance, uia. eic , Tnai rnoae amicted seldom if ever suspect that it is Tape Worm hasten, ing them to an early grave. In order to destroy this worm, a very energetic treatment must be puiaued, it would therefore ba, proper to take 6 to 8 of my ..... - .w .CIUU.Q UUSU Hl.llUI. Ulll Ilie worm syrup msy set directly upon the worm, which mu t bo taken in doses of twolahle aonnnkful thro. times a day; those directions followed have never open Known to Uil in curing the most obstinate oao of e worm. ISTilOnEXSACK'S LIVER riLLS-jtrj No part of tho system Is mors liable to disease than the Livkb, it aerving as a lilterer to purify the blood, or giving the proper secretion to the bile; so 'hat any wrong action of the Liver effects the other important parts of the system, and results variously, in Liver complaints. Jsundice, Dyspepsia, etc. Wa should tin refore watch every symptom that might indicate a wrong action of the Liver. These pills being com- fiosed of eooi-s and plants furnished by nature to mal the aick: Namely, 1st. An Kxpectobaht, which augments the secretion from the pulmonary mucus rcen.uranp, or promotes ine oiscnarge ot aecroted matter 3d. An Altkrativk, which changes in some inexplicable manner the certain morbid action of the system. 3d. A Toific, which gives tone and strength to tho nervous system, renewing h-alth and vigor to all parts of tho body. 4th. A cathartic, which acts in perfect harmony with Iho other ingredients, snd operating on the bowels, and expelling Ihe whole mass of corrupt and vitiated matter, nnd purifying tho blood, w hich destroys Unease and restore! health. to rEiviAi.rs. You ill find those pills an invaluable medicine in many compiaints to which you are subject. Iu ob- Kiiucuuna eiiuer iniai or pariiat, iney nave oeen found ot inestimable benefit, restniing their function al ar angemonts to a healthy action, purifying the blood and other fluids so effectually as tu put to flight all complaints which may rise from fomale irregu larities, as headache, giddiness, dim ness ofsight, pain in the ride, back, etc., etc. Nono genuine unleas signed J. N. Hobensack, al others being base imitation. IprAgents wishing new supplies, and stnre.knepprs desirous of becoming agents must addrosa tho Pro prietor, J. N. Hobensack, Philadelphia, Pa. PRICE S5 CENTS, EACH. Whoesale agents for Ohio. J. & C. Bhakkkt. Miicinnaii, unio. AGENTS. M. Z. Kreidot ..Lancaster, ii ..Wnt Ruahville. ..Rushvllle. ...Somerset. ..Amanda ..Oak'and 27 V,. L. Slnciim R.B Walker E. Kalb Otto H. Mtuller..., J. ii. Sundnriuan. .. G. F. Hamlin Novembor IS, IH53 Hi cat lilt li ine rorWwi'iiiii ia 4 Itild- it it and oiliom. SMITU An ATKINSON'S AMKRICAN WOKM KILI.KK f 1 1 1 1 IS Medicine has been inanufactiired hv Smith M. and Atkinson for several years, and has been used with great success bvPhysiclaus and others, in various parts of the United States, many thousands of bottles have boen sold, and the universal approval it has mo, with in all quarters where it haa been introduced! proves that it needs only a trial to satisfy the most in credulous of its great ynlue.tlie si.e of the bottle has been en'arged, so that it isnneofthe cheapest as well as moat valuable Worm Medicines over ottered to the public: and Iho person buvinr this article sets the full value ol his monoy in quality, which is a fact woll worth rpmpmbcring. Uncareful tonk for"Smi7'iaiii i4Mfno;i'mcr (roil Worm Killer." and see that tho name of Smith and Atkinson is on tho Bottle In raised Letters. READ! READ!! READ!!! READ!!!! READ!!1!! Relief for man and besiit. The horseman's hone. nr Fnrmev's Friend. Arrangements are now made fur the supplying tho public with this great remedy. lvnicu nas oeen moa wiin ivonuertul smcpssuy those uhn have had an opportunity of testing its virtues No family should Deduct to have a sunnlv: and all persons would do well to keep some by them to be used in rase of accident to msn or horse. F'on ioHSRs,etc Forthecuroof sprains bruises, saddlo and collar galls, swelled Joints, still ness and weakness ol the legs, nld sores, scratches, etc. F'on Max- For the cure of rheumatism, lumbago. sprains, swellingB bruises, sciatic pains, stilfnoss snd weakness of the limbs, and other accidents and afflic tions to which men and animals are liable. rioparcd only by Smith and Atkinson. 288. Balli- mnie street. Baltimore. For sale by KatiH'man ft co . Lancaster: John t.en. nard, Basil; K. Goehegan, Baltimore: Isaac Jnnes.Now Salem; E. Kalb, Uushvil e: Otto II. Mud'er & co., Somerset. A'sn lor sa'e in Circlevil'e. Ohio. This preparation haa been before the public a aufli. clnnt time to have its merits fairly tested and the re ports recolved from various parts of the country, prove it to be one ol tho most valuable roniedies ever ullored, both to man and horse. August 26, 1H52. IS George Hummers Premium Essence of IWce MANTTFACTrHKl) sv Daniel Bohlf.r St eo. One Package at ID rents will save 4 lis. of Coffee! rTUHS Easonce was lately awarded with a silver X medal In he American Institute, Now York, also withthe first premium for such articles in the Frank. in Institute, Philadelphia. bout wnoiesaiemn noun, at tno proprietor sole Depot,2lH;Cillowhi'l atreot.Philadelphia. Also.l'orsale bv our Agents, and at the principal Drug sud Grocery stores throughout the United States. This Essence has been proven by many thousands of the richest and most rospectable families, as well as uy me poorer ciaas ot people, almost through the whole United Slates, to bo bv I'arlhe best preparation of coif ee ewrnllorod to the public. Collueniade by this Kssenceia much more who esome.more dolirata, liner llaynred, perfectly clear, and, io every instance, superior to the finest Java Coll'ee. In order to give full satisfaction and proof that the hove articlo is perfectly healthy, and to show some thing ofthe deserved rsputatioiiit has gained and just ly entitled to, wo annex a fuw certificates and recom mendations, partlcu'arly relating to health, from Or. Booth and Dr. Chilton, practical chemists and Analy iiata of the cities of Philadelphia and New York. college Avenue, t enth street, below market, 1 Philadelphia, September i, 1851. J I have examined tho osaonce of Coltbe manufactur ed by Hummel, llnhler Jt co., and find that its con stituents aro not in the least injurious to health) il may be used freely aud with perfect sslnty. JAMES BOOTH, Pro. of Chemistry applied to Arts, Franklin Institute). No. 73 ehandiers street. New York, Aug 22, 1MS1. Lhave examined an article prepared by Mcaars. Hummel, Buhier and Co., Phiiadulphia, called Essence of coll'ee, which is intended to boused with coffee, for tho purpose of improving it, I find it free not onl y lrnm any thing injurious to health, but, on the con trary, tho ingiedients of which It is composed are per roclfy wholesome. J. R. CHILTON, M. O. Chemist. Foraaleby G. KAUFFMAN Hi co., Agents, and other Ih-uggista and Grocers generally Lancaster, Ohio, August 3, 1862 IVO COMPROMISE Or CONSCIENC . JAMES GATKS has just added to his stock, at his 0r itamt tn the " Tallmadge House," a largeani epiuii.li.. vanmy Ul WATCHES, CLOCKS, SILVER- IWABE, JEWELEY, ., ke., Which he will dianoae nf at aa reason able prices aa anv other similar nrnrV of the same quality can be purchased in the West- w ii cuiiuii y. Ilia Watches are ofthebeBtmake and of superior quality. His Clocks are of every variety and of the best manufacture. His lot of Silvet-Hnre is ex tensive and cannot fail to please, liis Jewelry laol tho most beautiful patterns and has been solected with great care. Ho keop, on hand, also, Cutlery, Canes, Looking Glasses and Plates, Britannia Sots, Musical Instru ments, Uirandnlna, Fans, Pocket Books, Brushes, a lot of fine Stationery and a variety ol useful and or namental articles. lie has taken speclalcare In selecting his stock to nun. nun maraoi and invites the public to call ana ex amine for themselves. . JAMES GATES. . Lancaater.June 13 6 GENERAL KOTICF.. . , THE public are notified that I have disposer of my entire stock of Goods to Measra. Rlaini St Lyons, who will hereafter conduct the business at the old stand. Those Indebted to me are requested to call snd settle their accounts immediatety either by cash or note. I return my acknowledgements to my old friends and customers whe so liberally patronized me. i win ds iount at ail Times st tne old stand rea dy to ssttls. JACOB PLOUT, Lancartcr, March 16, 1863 4m45 " HufFOlt CALiiOKNlA. THE snbseriber has juat received at his Jewelry Shop, on door West of the TaUmadge Houae. a lot of COLTS REVULVH.ua, wnicn n . - ..H .1 mu nnahia nrlces. Lrncaater, mar.'hxa, laoa Merchandize of every description, INSURED Upon the most lavorabl J term! against LOSS OR DAMAGE ST THS PERILS OP NAVIGATION, By Marine or Inland Routes, between Eastern Cities and all parts of the Mississippi Valley, and upon the Weatern Waters. FIRE RISKS Also taken as usual upon all kinds of Insurable pro perty , at moderate rstes of Premium, by WILLIAM P. CREED, Agent, For Lancaster and Fairfield county.. February 6, 1863. lm New Process of Self-acting Galvanizing JAMES GAHAGIITY, at his Watchmaker and Jewelry Establishment, three doors east of the Hocking Valley Bank, ia now and at all times pre pared to Galvanise Watches or any other metalic asticlea wllh the purest Gold, in a manner to defy the best of judges, and warranted to stand better than that done by the old principle of a Battery, on the most reasonable terma and aholtest notice. Speci mens can be seen at his Shop. The highest price paid for California Gold. - JAMES GAHAGIITY. t Lancaster, January 28, 1353. Administrators Notice, The undersigned has boon appointed and qualified as administrator of the estate nl Nicholas Boery. deceased, late of Polk county, Iowa, those concerned will take notice accordingly. May 2d, loii3 NOAH BEEUYdrfm. JOHN OA HAOKTY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. fn Room above P!iiladlhl Ooniml.iston tore, Itlntta Sireit, Lancaster, Ohio. WILL give special attention to tho collection ol notes and accounts: Preparing abstracts of title to lands; proceedings in partition; sales of lands by Aoiuiiiisirainrs ami uuaruianaauu accounts lor settlu ment of Instates, etc. His charges will be moderate Msrch2H. 1853. (D"F.sgle and Tologragli cpy 1 year and chargo lull U1UCV. ' . LIVER COIVTPIiAIITT. Jaundice, Dyaprpsln , C'li initio or Nervous Dtbl'lly. 1 I senses or Ilie If Idni J". AND all dlseasesarisinj from a disordered Llvcf and Stomach, such as constipation, fullness, Ol blood to the head, acidity ofthe stomach, nsnsea, hearl burn,disgu&t for i'ooil .fullness or weight in thpatomsrh, sour eructations, ainkirg or fluttering at the pit of tho Jtomach, swimming of the head, hurried and diUiruit breathing, fluttering at the heart. choakiugor sutlbca- uig niiiiuiianiieiiu s i ": pu&i iirv,tiininesB oi vi' inn, dotsorwebs before theaight. fever, dull pain in the head.doficiencyof perspiration, yellownessolthe skin and eyes, pain in the side, back, chest, limbs, !tc, sudden flushes of heat, burning in the tlesh, constant maginings of evil, and great depression of spirits, CAN 0B EFFECTUALLY CL'IIKD BY DR. IIOOFL AND ' S CELF.H KATKI) lillMAN I5ITTI.11S, Prepnred by Dr. C, M, Jnrkson, V T T II E (J R R M A NM R IJICJIN E S'l'OR F No. 130 Arch Street. PhllniUliihln. Their power over tho above diseases is not excelled if equalled, by any othor preparation in the United States, as the cures attest, in many casesaftcr skil ful physicians had failed. The Bitters are worthy the attention of invalids. Possessing great virtues in the rectification of diseases of the liver and lesser glands, exercising the most searching powors inwealmess & affections of the digestive organs.they are wit hal,safo;ceitain&pleasant. ' KEAO AND BR CONVINCED. From Ilie "Boston Bee." The editor said, December 22d "J. ITooftand's Celebrated German Sitters for the cure of liver com. plaint, jaundico, dyspepsia, Chronic or nervous debili ty, is deservedly one of the moat popular medicine! of the day. These bitters have been used by thou sands, and a friend st our elbow says he has himself received an effectual and permanent cure of liver complaint from the use of this remedy. Wo are con vinced that, in ths use nf these bitters, the patient constantly gains strength and vigor a fact worthy ol groat consideration. They are pleasant in taste and sinon, anu can De nana Dy persons with tno most deli cate stomachs with safety, under any circumstanceB. We are speaking from experience aiidto tho afllictod we advise their use." 'Scott's WKKBLT,"one ol tho best Litevarv papers published, said, Aug. 25: "Dr. Ilooflnnd'a German Biltors. manufactured by Dr. Jackson, are now recom mended by some of the moat prominent members ot tho faculty, as an article of much ellicacyin rases ol female weakness. As such is the case, we wouldad vis? all mothoi'Bto obtain a bottle, and thus save them selves murh sirkneBB. Persons nf debilitated crnsti tutinns will find these bitters advantageous to their health, aa we knnwfrom experience the salutary ef fect they have upon weak systems." MOKE EVIDI'.NCE. The IIon."C. D. IIimft.ink, Mayor of tlio city of Camden, New Jersey, says: 'Hoopm Axn'i Gkrmah BiTTuns. We have seen many flattering notices of this medicine, and the source from which they camo induced us to make in nuiry respecting its merits. From inquiry we were persuaded tn me it, and must any we found it speci fic in ita'action upon disease of the liver and digestive organs, and the powerful influence it exerts upon nervous prostrat'on is really surprising. It calms and strengthens the nerves, bringing (hem into a atite of repose, making sleep refreshing. "II this medicine was more generally used, we are satisfied there would be less sickness, aa from tho stomach, liver, and nervous system the great ma jority of real and imaginary diseases emanato Have them in a healthy condition, and you csn bid defiance to epidemics generally. This extraordinary medi cine wo would advise our friends who are at all in disposed, to givs a trial it will recommend itBell. It should, in Tact, be in every family. No other me dicine can produce such evidences of merit." Kvidence upon evidence haa been received (like the foregoing from all sections of tho Union, tho last three, years, snd the strongest testimony in ita favor, is, thst tltore is moro of it used in ti e practice ot the regular Physicians of Philadelphia, than all other nos trums combined, a fact that can easily be established, and fully proving that a scientific preparation will meet with their quiot approval whon prosented even . in this form.. That this modicine will cure Liver complaint and Dyspepsia, no ono can doubt after naing it as direct, ed. It acts specifically upon the stomach and liver; it ia preferable to calomel in all bilious diseases theetlect la immediate. They can be administered to female or infant with safety snd reliable benefit at any time. iooie veil to me martsqr we genuine. Thev have the written signature ol C. M. JACK SON upon Iho wrapper, and his name blown in the bottlo, without which thru are spurious. rorsaio, wholesale and retail, at tne GERMAN MEDICINE STORE. No. .20 AUCH street, ono door below alvth. Phila delphla, and by respoctable dua lersgonerall y through out the country. . Prii-cs Reduced To enable all classes of invalids, to enjoy tho advantages of their great restorativo powers oicgte Mottle 70 coifs'. For sale Wholesale and Hotail by SPINK HOWARD, Wooster. Ohio. Ftato Agents. Also, for Bale by KAUFFMAN 4 CO., Lancaster, Ohio. R. B. Walker. West Itusliville: K. Kalh. l'.vt Hush. vlHei J. W. Clement, Greenrastle, John F.ndsloy. Lithopolia; G. Huberts. Columbus, and bv dealers yen. orally. septmibor 15, 1852. 18 STANBEIIY & VAN THUMP, Attorneys nt Lew, HAVE Removed their OfhVeto the room formerly ccuriedby Wm.J. Reese, n., Immediately oppo Itothe residence of DanielSill'ord.Esq. 45 Ifiirle Tomi rnblti ANP T7ncle Tom's Cabin as It Is," for sate at the city Book Store, opposite Slnetfer'a Hotel, bv November 1(1, 1863 . JOUN SEARLES. Or. S. I", Townscnr Extract of Sarsiiniill:i- ' TIIK remarkable sanative powere of Dr. 8. V. Townsend'e Barsanarilla. have induoed numer ous attempts to counterfeit it, and make fraudulent use of Dr. Town sunn's ham to secure the sale of SPTTKIOUS AaTtCf.VlS. ' These counterfeits and Imitations only pnova the yaxus: of the oniotnAL; and no Kianitn comh mkht eould bs paid to Dr. S. P. Townsend's Extract of Saraapsritle, tlian laborious efforts that have been made by many to get up somethinslike it. A aupply of the Genuine Article, kept constantly on hand by KAUFFAIAN Jt CO. Lancaster, August 4, 18S3 BHaenvisrs.l Te.nil9.JM.jJ faWwswH.S aT "",ll RAII. ROAD NOTIC. Tvi? ,CtNSIar,?IArIK1j;I.LMIN0T0N nd ZANES VILLE RAIL ROAD is now located from Lan caster to anesville, and will soon be put under con tract for iu construction, and It is now imperatively necessary that the instalments due and to become due on Stock, be immediately paid up, as well as that subscribed to the Lexington route, as also ths uncon ditional stock. . Six Instalments of 10 per cent, each, are now due; and the 7th will fall due on the 1st January next. The stockholders residing In Fairfield and Hocking counties are required to pay to theundersigned, Trea surer of said company, at his orHce in Lancaster. , , , JOKL RAUEBAUGH, Treasurer. Cincinnati, W. and Zaneavill Railroad company. Lancaster, December 17, 1H&3. 3'Jtf. WESTERN NEW YORK COLLEGE OF HEALTH K. 207 Mala Street, Buffalo, M. Y, DR. O. O. VAUGHN'S ram no THIS oslsbratsd nmsdr is ooottaatlr too sains aa a laaaaaar asras Uls saakina ALL 0VES TBI WORLD. II kaa aaw ksosaw lis nip stasMtat fee aanVf ess, aasi ta aarusalarir rsosauaaaaWd hr DROPSTt ' aR staasa sf this ossaplalnt Imawllatalr arlsmsl, ee siattse ' pi ka Ions lUnrflns. rmrla ftr TuUmmtw. Thl Siimm is as friahtlui as CHOLaaa. and Um ale m and diMdfol pnaiM of IB aaaladr. blwtins UM arahnal u a dscew wliKH mnieis tla pauaal atleslr aaaUls s , faraas eaa et' its aaest olalnaNBS Hatana. HTrHEBTO IBroHABLE, It an rislils U this rsmsdr and PhrsMSnas aaa It politic! and uriTaletr whh perfect sboomb. lt ant ana whs has had a areuitoaa o Ucotisr. of anr ckaramar bmsi IklaaiOcle by tbsta, and. U tber would avaM ths aaaatiirel APPUCATI0K 0T THS XHTJB, k Berfonta uia aratua and let th aocamnlstssl watar flow away, unlr to till up aaaia, and anally la snd ia a divudtut dsu, lot thtm just aaa this remady in orason, and a nMevary la aan. l-al Uwin try it at any slasa of litis disaass, aud a cuna Is asruils, it tuay wiQ siva it a fair trial. 6 RAVEL, and all illmam or tha arinary oraans ; for itiaos nl.lien.lna eomplainu, it stands alona i no etliaf arUola oun rslhiva rout and Uu onraa tsaiitiad la will genruu uia aaoat tkautiual ; Baa immphwt - DEBILITY OF THE 8TSTEM, wmk back, weakness eflha KMnoys, fca., or tnnammatloa af aw, Is Imrawlralalr nlarnd by a few days' ast of this, aatdiuiiia, and asura is always a rasalt at iuaae. Itatuaibee . A CERTAIN REMEDY tor nek oomplainla, and also tot aVansnaaaU or lbs famale nam. ELITJllAJUTIIS. BTJTPRESSIONS, ' pnlnHil aipnauualioiia. No arttats has tver bmn asrat'eioapt ll.ii, wliiish would lonon tlii, kind of iwransemenUL It aiur tm rttiod upon aa a suia anil aftwuve rsnusly, and did wa fast permuted io da so, couM siva A THOUSAND HAKES as proof of cum in thie iliMnaains clnw uf complaints. 9e psmiiliU.L AU broken down, iltbililaleit conslilaliona, front Ihe cited or menrnry. will find the braoin power ol tins arli ole to not immediately, and Die poiaonsut aunaral eraduwiaa Irum the araiem. Tlie3Jtliaiinot properties whion somnoss this nrttola, snanl fnt tliemtelvee puiticnlarly in tikes appliontifin of the cee ppnnd, lor tha diilremina olute ot oompliiinls wliic-n neiul Uiis iiirnraih. For osnljhaa there bus been used la Uhv atiii of jGiiropa, a CEBTAXN E0TANICAX AGENT, whfek In nil disenftse or derantli'menu of tha fpssuts IrrntsV olnlruetioiis, dilhuiiltiea, painlnl mentlrtiHtiena. alo.. Im lleuled a oure. Thin root M Indisenoua lo our soil, and round in lame quantities, and aa a medluinaf properly, elands with out an equal ; it tbruia one of the oomponmta in the pretmra tion, which, aa a whole, is the betl remetly aver slvea to a dcbilitaled fcmnle ; il ia aura, and lb syuem will ba resleml Mi lienlth by its ii. , For th relie! ol all SympstHeUu Difassee attarurant aa pmr naruiyl it allaya Ihose ilistreHlnB and pniiilul Utmhlo wbiuh alien occur both to ronrriud anil unmarried feianle. and re moves thoao periodical oboruuuoos whiuh arisa tram takios cold, ato. CONSOMPTIOJf ak t.tvaa CoMrtairr. fti7iu Bis. aseej, lutarsmmtiun nf tkt ,, Conaaa, CWds. lear. ;'' ft axeaH, rfeosssH, OTj., lor all tint diaeaaee ae Medium haa aver been iutuai. CANCERS, FEVER SORES, B0R0FDXA, RW'RI.I.F.n JiiiNTA lURnTUMosa siaiar ar. ! AFFECTIONS this JIMir, km and ' mmg IMe ami J cam: Ul nm one ajftieteti with those towpttHnt, orsns ttker. i srsttaU to try this Medicine, as a cure wUl csbtaini.y re. ' s7 from its tut, there bring no Medline nee) sefms Ms wsa it equal, uu a Agents etnt set a ramfiau. FEVER AND AGUE. -Ta the Urent Wut niieelallr. and wherever thaw none. plalnU prevail, this owiliuiii ia onered. NO MINERAL AGENT, ae dcleterloni compoiiiiil h a piirt of lliis niiiture, h eares lhee uiimhi with ueriaiuty aud celerity, and flues not lauva uio system torpid. Ilia muileof roots alone, and Is pumly a Vesclahlo Prtpura Uon, and line notions in iu compostliun which can in ill tout Injur any person antler any uiruiimatiince, whulever. Nu merous uerllliculee of the nifheat minniUihilily are publithni in uw pamphleu, wbioii are duinbuuHl srmuilouily PILES. s OMMpluiat of a most painful ohuracler. Is ' ' ' IMMEDIATELY BELIEVED, and a onre Wlows by a few days nae of this article i It Is faf belor uny other preparation tor thl dlseiuuj, or for any elbor aiatius oruuiauns from impure blood, rjee piunphlsi. . ERUPTIVE DISEASES . . will find Uia utleruuve proiwriies of this article . PURITY THE BLOOD, .. and driv such diaoaiea from th aysiem. 8m pamphlet fof teelimony ot cure, in ull illseowe, wliiub the liniiuol' nn ndver. Usemenl will not permit to lis immed hare. A tenia ive tlwm away ; Iney eonlain ftl pases of imUfiualsa ol hish cbaraolar. and a lUrwissr ARRAY OF PROOF ' of Um vlrtnes of a meilloin. nerrr appeared. Il la on of th peculiar leutnrae ol lliis arlicl tliut it never rnili is uenerit ia any iuuw, und it bone and mnsal are 111 to build aima MM iba euKlclulcd and lliiawins invalid HOPE ON, and keen tnklna the me.llcl.ie aa Ions as there is aa Improve. meal. The proiirietor would CAUTION THE PUBLIC I kww iii uiiniiiw oi eatuusvs wiiioii come out annec int nwiii or BAJtSAf A&1LLA8, SYRUPS, to., as enrea for llroi.iy, OmvcJ, fes.i Tlwr ure sooil for aetbins, and convouled to sull the unwary TOUCH THEM NOT. Their Inventors never tlioas lit or nurins anoh dlseaiea till thai article had dono IL A puriioulai aludy of tint luaipMet is aurneslly Boliciteil. Akoiiu and oil who tall th artful ar GLAD TO CIRCULATE arnliiitmuly. rut ap m 80 os. bottle,, ut si i 19 as. da. at scuta, euuli the larger liolihiictf ox. morellian two srnnll bot tles. iMik out and nol set rmpiierd uvitn. Kvery belli has " Vuiighn'a YffeUihle Lillionlripiie milium," blown Uho Ihe fflase, the taritUu tisiialure ot " 11. I). Vanffhii " aullw directions, and " ii. C. Vaughn. Biillslo," etamjied on the cork. None other are senuine. Preearrd by lir. ii. V. Vmielin, and sold at the frinuipnl Dllice, 'jffl Alain slreei, Hulliilo, nl wbfilesnl ami retail. No munition Riven to lettera niilct tHMt paid post pi.id letters, or verlntl uummniiiuutioiia tnli.-ini.K mivice, promptly attended lo, (rulia. Wliulesiilo Agents. Oluott, MuKewon al Rnldna, No. 137, Maiilen Lane, New York City t Aim. B. Kidder hx Co., Hot. Ion t C. 8. HnrtlnHl! & Co., Clnuinnali ; J. Dweti Se Co., lle. Uoit: Bears St Buy, Cliifiuxot Flak at Hull, Cleveland i R. H- Hellers. I'ltlabumli ; Winer It r?ima, lliinilllun, ,'. V., and Inraida by all Hie respeuuilile UrussirU UiruusTiout tlie UaiUid buns uud C'auuda, and at retell by liooal Afxenta Nemr. O. KaufTman Si Co., Co .Laurast' r: I ronard A- Pro., ther, Basil; 8haw and Hutchinson, Weal Kuihville; I). B. Reinhard, Lithopolis; O. 11. Mo-ller. firinprsel; Troop nnd Fickhart, Circlcvillp; Henry King.Tailton; Ur-U. A Fisher, Baltimore. July 29, lfcoS 13 AFFIIOTES READ'.!! Pill LA DELPHI A MF.DICA L HOl'SK, . Established 18 years ago, by Dr. Kinkelin, Northwest corner of Third snd Union streets, between Spruce and Pine streets, Philadelphia. Eighteen years of extensive ft uninterrupted prac tice spent in this city, have rendered Dr K. the moat expert and successful practitioner far and near, in the treatment of all diseases ofa private nature. Persona atllicted with ulcors upon the body, throat or legs, pains in the head nr bones, mercurial rheumatiam, strictures, gravel, disease arising from youthful ex cesses or impurities of the blood, whereiy the con stitution has become enfeebled, are all treated with success. Ho who places himself under the care of Dr. K., may religiously confide in his honor aa a gentlunau, and confidently rely upon his skill as a physician. TAKE PAIITICULAR KOT,CE.' Young men who have injured themselves by a cer tain practice indulged in a habit frequently learned from evil companions or at school-Mho effects ol which are nightly felt, even when aalerp, and destroy both mind and bori;', should apply immediately. Weakness and cnnstltiitio.ialr'ebility.lossof muscular enorgy, physical lassitude and general prostration irritability and all nsrvoua Bilections. indigesicn sluggishness of the liver, and every disease in any way connected wilh tho disorder of'the procreativa functions cured, and lull vigor restored. BEAD! ! YOUTH AND MANHOOD, A VIGOROUS LIFE",. OR A I'KR.M ATURE DEATH. IClnkrtlii on Belf-Preaerva!lnn Only 39 otvy This Book iust published ia filled with nsefnl infbr- matir.n. on tho inhrmitiPB and diseases of the Genera tive Organs. Il addresses itself aliko lo Yovth, Man hood and Old Age, and should be read by all. ion vainnuieiuviieiiia impreseiva warning 11 (live. v. will prpynnt years of misery and a u Her ins asaV hw annually thousands ol lives. Paronts bvreadins it will learn how to movent the destruction of their chilorcn. '.'A remtttanco of 86 cents, enclosed in a letter addressed to Dr. Kinkkmn, Northwest corner of Third and Union streets, between Spruce and Pine streets, Philadelphia, will ensure a book, under enve lope, per return ot man. Persona al a distance mayaddfeas Dr. K. by letter, (post paid,) and he cured at home. Pack-sees of Medicines, directions, ke. 'fnrwar.lo by aending a remittance, and put up secure from damase or curiosity. Book-sellers, News Agents, Pedlerr.canvassers.and all others supplied with the above work st yery lows ri. aepiemoer i's, ioo. , lo DK. OSGOOD'S INDIA CIIOLAGOGUE, For the cure of fever and ague, chill fever, dnml ague, intermittent fever, liver complaint, jaun dice, enlargement of the spleen, and all the various forms of bilious diseases. This invaluable medicine was prepared from an ex tensive practice of several years in s bilious climate,, and is never known to fail of curing lever and agae or any of ths diseases above named. IT From 8. V. Carv. Esq.. L'ouncellor at Law: tot the Agents at Cincinnati: Cincinnati, October 11, 1b4o. Messrs. Ssndfbrui it Park: In June last I was attacked with that moat afflicting and unpleasant diseaae, the 'chill and fever. The paroxisms returned daily .and were very severe. My physical energies had been much impaired by a. previoua attack of bilious fever. Having tried sev eral favorite remedies without relief, a friend In whom I had confidence recommended Dr. Osgood's India Cholagogue. I procured a bottle, and followed the accompanying directions. The consequence was that I had but one paroxism after taking the first dose- and my general neaitn was rapiaiy restored without using any other medicine I dispensed the remain der of the bottle to two other peraona similarly af flicted, withthe same results. One of thnra shaking for eight months, and was relieved In two days by the use of the Cholagogue. I conaider it my duty, aa it " is myTpleasur in ita sanative power. Yours truly. 8. F. CAEY. For sale by J. D. PARK, Cincinnati, Ohio. North-east corner of Fourth and Wulnnt atreets-en . trance on Walnut afreet to whom all orders most bar adddrawsed. Sold by KAUFFMAN Co., Lancaster..', March 17, 1858 4m45 Blank Snbfitxna. A S?