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i i CITY OF LAS CASTES: Saturday Erewlny, June 10,183 jC-This inimitably sweet poem, from the pea of Charles Mackney. It will echo long after its perusal in the reader heart. Vktn Mr Beat ho Fauna. Tell oae, y. winged wind, That round tuy path-way roar, So you not know wu epolf Whore mortal, weep no saor." Soma ton mm! pleasant doll. Soma valley In Iho West, Whm fre. from toil and pain, The weary eoul may restr Th. low winds softened in a whisper low. and sighed for pity, a. they answered "No.' Tell rae, tho mighty deep, W'boM billows round me play, Know'M 0ou eonie favored spot, Rome Island faraway, Where wretched man may and - The bliss for which he sighs? Where torrow nevorlivei. And friendship never dies? ' The loud waves rolling In perpetnat flow, flopped for a while, and euawerjd 'So!" -And thou serenest moon. That with such holy fact Dost look upon the earth, Asleep In night's embrace" Tell me. In alt thy rounds, Hast thou not aeen a spot Where mlsornblo man Might Und a happier lot? Behind a cloud the moon withdrew hi won. And a Toioa sweet, but sad, reipoode" So. Tell me, my secret soul, 4- O! tell me, Hope and Faith, JS tne. no rosimg piave Prom sorrow sin and doalbt la there no happy ploco. Where mortals may be blessed, Where grlof may ana a balm, And woarlnosae rest? Faith, Hope, and loro, best booca to mortals irlvon. Waved their bright wings and whlrred,"Yes InHeareol" jtarThe following letter from Dr. Kbm deb's party bow route for Nebraska, will be perused with interest: Fort Dks MoisM,(IowA,)May 26,1854. We are thus far on our tour aud in good health. We left the splendid and nourish ing city of Chicago on the 22d in the cars for Hock Island ana passed mrougn many fine . towns, among which 1 may name Joliet, Morris, La Salle, and Genesee, ar riving at Rock Island.ou tho Mississippi, at 6 o'clock 1. M., making the whole run of 181 miles in a little over eight hours, lne whole country passed over is prairie dotted with timber. . It is an easy matter to build Railroads in Indiana and Illinois, as the land is generally level and but little to do but lay down ties and iron. TELEGRAPHIC IflTELLIGEKCE. Arrlvul of liie ZVIagaru. . New York, June 7--4 A. M. The steamship 2Tuigara from Liverpool on Satur day, 27th ult., arrived at Halifax at an ear ly hour yesterday. No news from the seat of war of a deci sive character. Silcstria was hard pushed by the Rus sians at latest accounts. Advices from Vienna say negotiations, looking to an adjustment oi the present dif ficulties between Russia and Turkoy, have been again ottered Wheat In fair demand throucrhout.with slight decline from rates current; 12s9d for in early part of the 70 lbs for common; week higher prices were paid and the ad- Fiom Burlington on the Mississippi to vanco was lost, though market remained this point is the mo3t beautiful scenery I firm; 46s6J for white; 42s for mixed and evsry beheld, and the best natural road I yellow. The following quotations, vary ever traveled over. I hev ncca no super- incr materially Irom.the above, are trom the visors to keep them in good oondition, and Circular of Milligan & Lampriere first savo and except an occasional Hough are canal 48s; Ohio 39s; white and yellow. faultless, J. be earth is ot fuch a quality - ilint the mud never becomas deerj. and not- - Arrival of toe Arctic ... . - . . I IT m. Ml, . , ... withstanding verv litt e rain has fallen in JNsw iork, June . me jmic reacn Iowa for the last 8 or 9 months there were ed her (fack at 2 o'clock. She brings dates no indications of drought. Along this road to the 28th . are many goo 1 towns, among which are .sew Lionuon, jmc rieitsnnt, ruiruetu, a- gency city, Attumwa, and Oscaloosa. It is one oi me unest countries in wmcn to run fro It is stated that the French army in Tur- j key will bo augmented to 170.C00 men. The protocol has been signed Dy the rep resentative of the four powers, asserting coaches in the world an 1 the probabilities their intention to maintain the integrity ot are that the "Western B:are Company" a urkoy. Por the Gazette. . " . Tub Duty or Prater. Prayer is one of thoso natural duties of inWIigont crea tures, which are laid upon. .4 by tho very constitution of our bcift?.' We are ifinito, dependent, and neeessitous. Hence we should, with all propriety, acknowledge our dependence upon that Groat and glori ous One, who aloae in his own Universe, is Infinite, Independent, and self-sufficient. The spirit of prayer is a spirit eminently bocoming us; for there is tru'.h in our humblest expression, and justice in our warmest acknowledgments. God is above us; he is the Author of all our blessings; ho &lono can succor us in time of need, and tho explicit or practical denial of these things, as coutained' in tho life of every prayer less man, is asharacful disregard of important truths, which yet remain true af ter they are do mod. ' Prayerfulness is the acknowledgment of simple, truths. Tho more correctly a man understands and fuels his just relations to GoJ, the more truly .and constantly will ho bo of a prayerful .spirit. And thorc are often soasons, when the most carulo3s aro lod to acknowledge their need of Divino assistance. But that which careless men acknowledge only in times of trouble, is just as true of thcin and of every mm, in times of plenty and ease. It is not only in times of felt danger that God it our Protector. In seasons of quiet enjoyment, ho is no loss our Guard; and it is owing to His guardianship that we have such peace. Every man then ought to be prayerful. The best regulated mind is one .impressed with tho truth concerning God and his Providence. If tho very hairs of our head are all numbered, if God watches coiiaUutly over our path, if He is in our .meatiest and our highest blessings, in our lighter and our heavier affliction, wo should ovor fuel and ever take pleasuro to ac knowledge theso important fucts. Our langiugo of devotion should bo "every good gift and every perfect gift is from a hove." The claims of both justico and truth roquiro that every mutt should be prayerful. Tho obvious and natural obligation of prayer is recognized not only by the lan guage, but also by tho sileuce of tho Bible. For it has boon remarked as a peculiar fact, and tho teachings of the sacred writers, that they do not so much roquiro and command men to pray; as that tlioy tt ko it for grant ed that men ought (o pray; and scriptural precepts are given to regulate the duty, rather than to require it. Wo have then many old Testament examples of prayor; fur instance, Abraham praying for Ishmuol and interceding for the cities of tho plain; Jacob wrestling with the angol of God; and Moaei, sustained by Aaron and Hur, plead ing for Israel while they fought with Ama loH. Uut amidst all these fact to show that God's people have ever prayed, it is worthy of notice that tho first positivo in junction to pray is found in the 122 Peiilm. David is tho first inspired writer who posi tively urges, "Pray for tho peace of Jerusa lem." Not a command can bo found in the writings of the previous prophets, Moses, Joshua or Samuel. Even this com mand of David, liko all others upon the ubjeet, rather regulates tho duty than sets it forth as a mero duty. And why is this? Because the duty iUelf is natural to the will make a large amount of money within the next few years, even if Fink and Co. slvtruld run opposition linos, as there is trav el enough to sustain four such lines as thev now run. The livery men in all the towns aro coining money. Teams are kept here much cheaper than iu Ohio, and Indiana. Iowa is of surpassing beauty. Horbound- ,? Mtv r .1. - Austria and Prussia demanded the evac uation of the Turkish territory. The Russians were endeavoring to cut off communication between arna and Silesti in. Tho combined . fleets were still cruising before Sebastapol. Tho Greek Bishop had been arrested at BEAUTY Or IIBEBTT. ( "In all things that have beauty, there w nothing to man more comely than liber ty." Milton. - When the dance, of the shadow. At daybreak la done. Ana the cheeks of the morning Are red with the sun; When he sinks In his glory Aleve froaa the view. And calls up the planet, To blase in the blae: ... There la beauty. Hut where la the beauty to see. Mora proud than the alghtof a nation when freer When the beautiful bend Of tho bow la above, Like acollarofllfrht Ontheboaoaaoflovc, When the moon In nor mildness Is SoaUng on high. Like a banner of silver . Uuugoutln Musky; There Is beauty. Butcarlh has no bcaul tos30. More proud than the fiontofanaUoawhonfreo. In he depth of the darkness Unvaried In hue. When th j shadows aM vell:ng The breaatof tho Mu; When the voice of lhe tempest At midnight la still. And the spirit of solitude Nobs on the hill; There Is bsauty. But where la Iho beauty toeee. Like Uie broad beaming brow of a nation when freer In the breath of the morning, When naturo'a awake, And calls up the chorus To chant of the break; In lhe voice of the echo Unround In tho woods, In tho warbling of streuins And the foam ins of Hoods; w - I. l u.. l 1. th haaulv 10 SCO. I II ,'I l) la in.MII- uw otuuiv . , . " Liko the thrtce nauowea sigut oi a - When the skiving of surges Is mud on the main, Like the charge of a column Of ptuiueson the plain, When the thunder Is up From his eloud eradlud sleep, And the temi ant la trending The pnlh of the deep; There Is baautv. But wuom la Uie beauty to tee. Like the suu-6rllllant brow of a natlou when frooT Washington. June 9. The Union of this morning states that tho difficulties be tween U. S. and Spain are not adjusted, and the policy of the administration re mains unchanged. LIVER COMPLAINT, - Dfptfiiti J ', Caraatc er iYtn$ DtUH't UiNm las ",, . A KD all diaeaMsarUlM fowl a disordered Liver or , Stumuchl such aa cousumulton, Inward pilns, full ness of blood to the head, aclJlt) of the stomach, nau eea, heart-huan, diagaat for food, fullness or weight in the stomach, sour eructations, sinking or Buttering at the pit of the stomach, swimming of the bead, hurried and diftlcult breathing, Sutleriug at lhe heart, choaklng orsunocation aenaationa when in a lying poaiure, iiu neasof vhdon, dots or webs before the sight, fuvurand dull pain in the head.deScleDcy of persnlralion, yellow ness of the shin and eyes, pain in the side, back, rheat, limbs, etc., audden flushes of heat, burning In the lean, constant imaginings of evil & great depression ofsplrita, CAN BB EFFECTUALLY CURED BY Dr. Hooflnad'i Celebrated German Bitters fVaaraa' Dr. C. Jmrkf, at faa Gr Mlditiut siera, jr. IW Jlrtk Slrao, aaaaiaaia. Their Dower over the above diseases Is not excelled. if equalled, by any other preparation In the United Stales, aa the cures attest, in many caaea after akilful piiYstcians uaa umea. t beae Bitters are worthy lhe attention of Invalids. Possessing great virtu In Uie ratiflculion of diseases of the Liver and leaser glands, exerciaing the most aea ren ins; powers In weaknosaand elections of the digestivo organs, uiey are, withal, safe, certain and pioaaaiit. Ktm mnm aa r. less rolling prairies differ widely from the Pesth as a Russian emissary, and impris n n ns nf Indiana and 1 inois l he latter oneu are as I htve said almost level, while the farms are undulating, and although thev have projected several Railroads through There was important papers found upon him. The rebellion iu Thcs?a:iy is gaining llia C'atn it ho tVtunrf nnl. in Mat In ?rOUnd construct them, as it will require very deep It was rumored that the Russians being cuttin-rs, and heavy fills, and high grades unable to defend the seaboard of Circassia, caunot be avoided. Singing will therefore had evacaua'eu all ineir posuions uom bo good here for years. Matoma to Anapa, burning all their own 2. . . .... .. ... ..I f . r. i. : i . i ,1 f aI i. The Imi is generally tortile.ana the won- wri. aiier wmcn uwy rc.umcu water good but there isa scarcity of run- The Circassians came uown, aw woh ning water nnd timber. Coal all along the 1500 prisoners. Dos Moines are plenty and of good quality. Beookliw, June 5. The city is now qui Horeatthe Fort is o town of some 1500 et Twenty additional warrauts were is iuhabitants and besides a multitude of stran- sue,i tn;8 morning for the arrest of those en- gera. The laua sales at mis omcc average meA m tne r;ot 9 10,000 daily. Mavor Lambert, Justice Blakely, and Al- Strange as it may appear in so new a AprmAn n.lrnn.rr!. r hearing comrjlaints country not an acre of land is left for entry Aasl the prisoners admitting those to between Burlington and this place, within WH0 ca procuve ;(i mx committing live nines on euner nana oi me roaa, nu h0se who Can not. in fact entire 1'rames of apparently bound- The neighborhood oj tho City Hall is less extent are all entered. People who cr0wdod with thoso having friends implica- . i ... i 1 .1 .. - . 1 . . - .... a Besides the 14th infantry, the Ibllowing military were ordered out, but failed to make their appearance: The City Cadots, City info Uuard, ana the lunggoia ttorse Lruards. Notice had been posted on tho wall, ad joining tne lot wnere tne street preacner high prices of farming land as well as town lols both are bold nearlv as bignand iu some places higher than in Lancaster and vicinity. I was delighted here to find many scientific gentlemen associated to gether in collecting a museum of Beasts and Birds of Iowa araongthom I noticed many tine, rare and some new species. iho on- j,ad been ac6u6tomed to hold forth, forbid jeet is a laudable ono and cannot fail to re- ding tresspasg upon the grounds under pen pay amply. W. h. Mooro, Esq., of New al aof therlaWf ut nonotice wa8 pafd to toiK uas cnargo oi n, ana unuursianus uie tn orderi art oi prepai ingtiiem. No lives were lost during the riot. It is astonishing how this far west coun- 1 try i filling up, and the thousands push- New Orlsans, June 6. The Plcaune ing their way still farther westward. At has received a dispatch from the Balize this time, I am informed that vast number announcing the arrivol of the Daniel Web are on tho East side of the Missouri, ready tter, with advices from California to the to crossover into Nebraskasand Kansas as 15th ult., two weeks later, bringing a small soon as. they dare do it. 1 have just boon amount ot passengers and specie, informed that the Sioux Indians have driv- She left San Juan on the 31st nit., and en out the Omabas and Pottawatnmies, reported that tho Star of the West had And that they are on this side in large sailed for New York with 259 passengers , m -d! . i 1 iitk. ...... , . numbers, xneomuxare a strong ana war- ana ci.dju.uuj in specie on ireignc. like people and will in all probability give The health of tho Isthmus is reported us some trouble. I as excellent. We start for Council Bluff through the The revolution in Nicaragua is renort wildcrnosa on next Monday, at which place ed to have resulted in the comploto success 1 hope to receive letters nom Home, ana of tho Insurgents. a it vr , v I trom wnunce ueo rotenie) twin nguin write you. and CARTER'S SPANISH MCSTCRE, twi saaar rcatrtin r aw0D. JVOr Jt PJMTICLB Of MEKCV T IX IT. N INFALLIBLE RKMEDY for scTOfuia, iving-a L evil, rheumatlau, btlnaU cuuneoua yrupuoua, uulca or uastulea on Uie face, blotchea, boils, chrome .. ' ,,-....! .Til, nrt mflut ore eyes, riDg wotiii or tetter, cmld-hwd, eolanfmeut iii .. ttt ii. kr..t mnA tut nt. stubborn u.cjr ty MliUc disorder, lumbago epinel compUlnU, Wooter, Ohio, UeceniberSnd. KiMBLMiii, JeweWr, 1851, Mid: kI embrace this opportunity of InforiDlng vou of tbe great bentlt 1 iiaveuenrea irora me qm or vr. pitu o u SHIIIUK UlaVUrUtSn, IUUItma;u arpinaas Wu,r- Imdjas akriBina fmm mm InliiiiicloOl UM OI OirCIIIT hmprudenee Id ltfe,or4ipuritv of lhe blood. i QU vatumble medicine, wtuin nuwcuiiww""""' d for the number of extraordinary core effected Uirou(rh llaaavnTy. few .ndued the pityprttftort at ln nnront requeatof their frlenda, to offer it to the public, which they do with the utmost conlldenee In IU virtue and wonderful cu rati to properties. The folio wiot; ear tificates, selected from a larga nember, are, however, stronrar tMailimnnv that the mare word of the Droprie- tore; and are all from gentlemen well known In their toealitlea, and of the highest rexnectMbllity, msney of Uiem now rttniiliiiar Id the city of Uu-iimoDd. Vlnrinia. r. ttoyaen, oi uie axenange noiei, nicnmona, nown everv where, ssvs he has aeen the medicine called carter trANitH hixtdrs administered In orer a hundred cases, in nearly all the diseases for which It le reootnincatled,wuu tne most astnnisiiUigiT gooo remits. He says it la the most axtrmordinary medkiuo he has ever seen. Anna Ann Fever Graat ears I herebv eertlfv.that ror three years 1 bsd Ague and r ever or the most vio lent description. I had several Physicians, took quan Uoofland. German Biiuirs. I have used thein for chills mil fever and dis ordered stomaeht and found relief In every case. The; are the beat remedy for disordered stomach, 1 think, Iu oxistence. P. Four, Bloonifleld. Ohio. October 7, less, aald: "With feelingeof gratitude I take my pen to inform you of the incalculable benefit I have derived from the use of Hooflaud's German Bitters. 1 have used them for the Liver complaint, and take plonsure In recommend. Ing them to tho public as the aafoat and boat remedy now In use.1' The Editor nf tho Wauitr Dimorrtt, May 8, 1852, said: "Holland's Gorman Bitters. This invaluable mo- airine is dni v nerforininzcurcs of the most remarkable character. We do not speak of this modiclne without a knowledge of its emcacy, as we nave ineu it in our fumilr. and find It to be the only tning neeaou in liver complaint or dyspepsia. UolER OK UI.ARKK, bamonucc, mu. iiOTcmucr ij1 18K, said: "By those persons who have used your Hoof laud's German Bitters, tin')' are considered an Invalua hi rpinAilv fordvsnenaia." TT?You should boar in mind that these Bitters are ...ti vunKTiai.ie. therebv nosseasius; advnntares over moat of the preparations roooniincuded for simi lar oisoases. For sale by Kauffman A Co.; E. Katb, Bushvllle: R. B. Walker, West Kuslivlllo; Porter 4 Wolrsten, Lytho- polls, and Uenlora in uiedicliio overy wnere, ileceiuber 1", 1853 ly tlticaof Quinine, uiercary, and 1 believe all without auv oeruiunenl relief. At last I tried carter's snaulsh mixture, two Domes oj wnica enoriuauy enreu niu, and I am nappy to any t nave nau neitner coins or ie er since. I consider It the best tonic in the world, and the onlv medicine that haa reached say case. J. LOSODKN. Baavca Dam, near lilchmond, Virginia. FBESH AUU1VAL OF BBOCEBIES AT THE CITY GROCERY STORE! nENRV" A. GEBELEIKft Out Dotr East of tktHtkixg VaUel Bank, Sout aide JVma StrtU, kanwltr, UIU0. T ESPECTFULLY solicits lhe attention of his frlemls XV and enmomers, and all that luay want Groceries, and who will be so kind as to give him a call, both from the dtv and countrv. to mv suDerlor and comnlete stock of Groceries, Just received, embracing In part the fol lowing articles: 1 . I r . a nin KAPDV,. V XT ..... j.tVA anil niu uurrbD, i uiiii, uiwn, Black and ImnerialTEAS; Now OrleanaKuinir, 6V'-rl Loaf, Crush'ed and Pulverized; Rice, Golden do., Orougea, Lemona, Raialaos,, Figs, Pruin, Almonds. Pocons, rllbortSfCoco nuts ana nruzu rttua,Lriea ueoi. Dried Tongue, ana Cincinnati uurea nams, cngnsn linlrv Chneseand VV. R. Cream do.,: RDtce, Cinnamon, Cloves, Nutmegs, Mace, Alsplco, Peppor and Gingor, Sal Soda, Cr. Tartar, Salasratvis, Starch, Saltpeter, Ext. LOgwoou, infllgo, maaaor, aiuiu, ew., wic. Soap, Candles, Tubs, Bucket, Brooms, Wash Bords, ttasKets, etc., eic. IninfChowlnar Tobacco, also Smoklne do. and Cigars; Wines and Walker's Burton Palo Ale, a gener al stock of Notions, Toys, and grent many other articles. m - U A f L' I) 1 1 L' 1 V way 1, tcot. uaum... FURNITURE WARE ROOMS. D. K. FISUUIY -trv a vrKfi turned to the dtvantt erectea large X building in the rear of the brick bouse, on the COrntt 9J Zfraao aaa ivnrnii, ero, ,M,y,w-, awutn OJ IAS MarkH rouaa, lllbuuas niniiuiuv,uriiiK uftuu large xateau tnevanousanicic IJ. , of CaWnct Furniture, Bedsteads &.',- .J a t...i- M1.I..U k. lll krnin iT neVWV .invmn hnnd. toirether with a 1"fcr" Inrtra nAvtrtment of Cincinnati niar.ufaiture. His lotlg exnorionce In tlio bmlnon will enalilo ill in to huve . . . . i . . .. .1 . ... .. 1. . A . I. niunuiuciuroa at noiuu mm niiHjriau hwiu buiubu m, vorv host of work, and as he iutonds to employ none but the most skillful workmen and use tho best mate' rials, ho natters hlinsoir mat ne will givo genorni aa tlsfuction to all who may favor him with their custom. Tim mihlin are lnvlu,d to call and exniniiie the as- aortmout. Tho enUunce to the rooms is upon Hroad Street. 1). ti. riSUCU N. B. Repairing done on the shorten notice, ana in e neatest and most worlsaiannk-er manner. Charges the i reaeouabld. Uncastor, May 20. DENTISTRY. r. M inium II. Kins, "jntORJTERIiY Demonstrator f MechanlcatDontlstry, JM In the Ohio Collogo of Dontul Surgery at Cincinna ti; resfaslfully Informs the eiliiensof Lancaster and vi cinity, tnat ne atui coiuinues hid iiiutu ui m. if,w,3 slon,athlold stand, and Is prepared to per fur in an aiafmii.ii. nArtMhitnir to his ririifaMlnn. All operutious wnrranted comfortable, and to render good service. Full sot of Teela Inserted on the princi ple of alinoeplterio pressure. All other operations sklirully performed , TITOillco, Main. Street, one door East of the Eagle Printing unice. may , tcw oui Washinotos, June G. Lord Elijin Mr. Hicka leave to-day. Fishery and reciprocity trcftty is fully arranged, subject to the decision of the frovincml Longress, to assemble at Mon treal. Official dispatches from Soule, state that in addition to the remission of tho fine in XITTho following is from tho Cincin nati Times'. Contemptible. Not long since, there was a errand railroad opcn'iii!? of the Wil minrrton and Zanosville road to Lanaaster Invitations wore extended to tho press of tho Black Warrior casn.tho Soanish Gov this city, through one of tho fiatermty.who eminent would afford to tho Steamers of took pains to notify all iho otlicus except that line all tho privileges and exemptions uie iimos. xnv tuiisciiiuMiti; whs, wo 0f uritisli Mail Steamers. know nollunfrof tho excursion until after Enrrknd nnd Ernnoe demanded of Snain the trnin left tho city, and wero obliged to 24,000 men for the occupation of Jofro and uurrow uiu nvwa wu gitvu nuiu tiia niuiu- 1'nlCPtinO lncr papers. A similar tnok was served on Srmin rufusea uncnnilitSonallv. and Enrr us yesterday, on the occasion of tho Inyingr hanii denies that she ha taqdored either Of the lust rail Oil tllO U. tt M. H. tlailroaU mnn or shins t, nrntunt Otiba. t..i- in.. 1 r r uuiiurnuiiviuu uitu 1 GREAT ATTRACTION JOHN WORK'S TIN SHOP. THE subscriber would reapeclftilly beg leave to cnl Uie attention of hla follow-cillzeua to the fact tin henasonce more permuiieutly eatubllshod himself In the nianuructure 01 Tin, Sheet-Iron nnd Copper-Ware, And Is prepared to soil at tin lowest pouihlo rates, overy tiling that can possibly bo needed In his line. His shop Is Immediately ii ony Main SIr.l, i.aacalsr,Oai,wUere bo constantly Keeps on haiid a largo lot of Stove of every description, consistlnr of coal and wood cook stoves, from a ( lairie .)lar: Ho also hus ill, 7 and U pllltO SIOVOS, ooaaim wmiu u,iuiiu- i.in" '"V" nil of which lie will sell as cheap as any houso West of the mountains. He Invites mi om customers ana ici-lnw-cltlions genorally to come and examine his stock before purchasing eisewnero. juii.t nunn. Lancaster, September 9S, 1W3 ly C. B. and mrs. csu.. nuw in .110 air ui m,-uiu,iiiu. for manv vears in the Post Ortlce. has such conndence in the astonishing efficacy of carter's Spanish mixture, thai ha era bouirht unwarda of SUbottlea. which he has given away to the afllicted. Mr. Luck says ho has never known It to rail wnen taaon according to utrecuon. Dr. Mlnge, a practising Physician, and formerly of Uie eity hotel, In the city or Klchmoud, says ne has wit nessed in a number of Instances the effects of carters Spanish mixture which wero most truly surprising. He says in a case of consumption, dpendenton Uie liver, Dm 0-(Mvd fifTffplA wiire wonderful indeed. Samuel M. Drinker, of the tne nrm oi unnaerw mor ris. Richmond, waa cured of liver complaint of eight yean standing, by the uso of two bottles of carter's spsnlsh tulxturo. . ureal curt or mcralul. tne aaiiora 01 ino nicn- mond Republican had a sorvant employed In their press room, cured of violent scrofula, combined with rheu matism, which entirely eisabled him from work. Two bottles of carter's soanish mixture made a nerfoct cure of him, the Editors, In a publie notice, say they cheer fully recommend it to all who are amlcted with any dlS' AYElt'S PILLS" A KBW and singularly successful remedy for th f cur. of aU bilious disease, -eosttveaaas, Indigos-' Con, Jaundice, dropsy, rheumatism, fevers, goot, ku mors, nervourneaa. Irritability, Inflammation., head ache, pains in tha breat, aid., back and llmba, female plainta,ete inaeeo, very lew nr. tn. uiwasesin which purgative medinne is not more or less requit ed, and much sickness and suffering might be prevent ed, ir a narnuesahu enuetuai catnastio were moiw free ly used. No person aao feel while a costive haoil ot body prevail; beside. 11 soon generates serious and ono a filial disease, while might hav. been avoided by thsllmely and Judicious use of a good purgauvo. tni alike true of coiua, revensn symptom ami unios. derangemeuta. They all lend to become or proau tho deep seated and formidable distemper, which load the hearses all over the land. Honce a reliable family physic Is of the first Importance to ue puMte neaun,anoi thla pill has been perfected with consummate skill to meet that demand. An extensive trial of Us virtues by Physicians, ProfeMorsand Patients, haa shown re.alte surpassing any thing hlllierto known or any medicine. Cures have been effected beyond belief, wore they not substantiated by persons ol such exalted position and character as to forbid the suspicion of untruth. Amonghe many eminent gentlemen wno nave testi led in ravor of these Pills, we may mention: Docl. A. A. Hayes, Analytical Chemist of Boston, and State Assayerof Massachusetts, who highly Professional character Is endorsed by the non. cu wanl Kverett, senator oi tne u niieo oi,. Bobert C. Wlnthroo. Ex-Suoaker of the House of Representative.. ' Abbott Lawrence, Minister Plen. to JSngiaaa. -John B. Prtxpetrlck, Catholic Bishop of Boaton; alao. Dr. J. R.Chilloo.PrctlcalChouililofNew YoriCIt), endorsed by Hon. W. L. Mairy, Secretary of State. Wm. B. Aster, the richest man In America. S. Leland and & Co., Fronrletoraof the Metropolitan Hotel and othera. Did snace Dermlt. we couldrivo manv hundred eer- tincates from all payts where the Pills hav. been used, out eviaenco even more convincing tnau tne expe rience of eminent publie men. is found In their eObeU upon lriai. These Pills, tho result of long Investigation and study. are offered to tho public as tne doss anu most complete THEODORE TO ISO, MERCHANT TAILOR. fa Skiff ir'l Jfeie Block, ketwetn the TallmtJgt lltutt- HAS J ust opened a large and beautiful assort' nieiit of HEADY MADE CLOTHING, to gether with aa choice selection of Cloth, Cacti- mtreiund Vcttintt. All of which has been select ed with groat care and with special reference to t wants ana tasts oi tins community. iiLinni, Avnarionce in this branch ofbusiness. Is sure gnrauteo that lils slock embraces the choicest and best variety, aua nia purt'imse nus ueen mime iiuini i,in-u terms that he can sell at the LOWEST POsblttLlS PK1 The public are respectfully roquosiea to cnu ana ex' amine nisassornneiih , u- wu uhuu m bu'iui. sortmontof . SUMMK WBAH, A nd l at all times orenared to accommodate hii old rrioxHi. altlier wiih an excellent article of Rendr made Clothing, or to MANUFACTURE TO ORDER, out of the best roaieritii aua dv most bwoiuihhiicu wuri,iueu, any style of gnrnieuu, FOR MEN AND BOYS, in Iho best and most fashionable manner. He is confident, .In this respect, that be can give general satisfaction. ms assortment eaiurares guuerui mum ui Linen Coats, Vesting, Siispemtors, Dress do ranuiioona, nosiery, Km.1t ao Cravats. Undershirts, Carpet-baga, together with all other articles usually kept In a Gentleman's Furnishing Store, and manufac tured In the most fushionable styles. THE ASSORTMENT IS ENTIRELY KEVV; Ithns been nurchdsod of weil-establtshod house, in the Eastern citios, end miff .sararraafsif, to be made of good materia! and in a durable manner. ...II- I I. 1.1- I 1 ....In. ..A - A lie respeciiuiiy iii,iiiii. wu imwiudi,,)), muum to call at his new establishment, whero ho will at ail times be ready to wait upon litem wilh oooo onons at th. lowest rates. I o test hla promises, no ans an examination oriiis storK in traae anu tne.siyio ann qual ity of his manufacture T. TONG. ijancasicr, may o, toot. 1UE OWM SLOW and EASY FOUNDRY- Messrs. Clnrkc, sVl-lglit S Co., HAVE token for number of years, the- Foundry owned bv John Arnev. Esq., situate v?ait C'tem- hut and Broad Strati, is eitg of l.taeatter, whero they are determined lo be on hand with nil such arti cles in their lino, as lhe country requires. COAL, WOOD, COOKING AND PARLOUR STOVES, y. . Min-iinrin. Machine CASTINGS and SLoA I PLOUGHS, of various patterns, war Ti i laTtaaaaal 1 I a superior article, together with all minor articles iu Uiu Foundry line. ILAHKK'S Cornstalk nnd Straw Cutter, An articles superior to all others of the kind In the country, and one to which we invite th. special atten tion of tno Parmer. This machine for cutting shock corn for high fooding or fattening stock, wilt save from 311 to 40 per cent. Corn Fodder, when cut, la nearly or quite equal to bay for feeding olther cattle or horses, making an acre of well saved corn fodder worth two acros of the boat grown hay in Ohio. Tliey are calcu lated for eitner nana or norse power, wo are also preparing to furnish to order McCormick'a Hertpcr nnd Grass Cutter and Moore's Whcnt Drill. Farmers give us a call. Evorybody give us a call. and buy our goods and wares, our ploughs and shares, and we Will try In turn to buy your corn, your wheat, your Hour, your meat, your nny, your outs, your mg bank notea, or aught you nvny taalre to spare, of broken lotaorotuer ware, we tiu'reTore' nave- wm nigucn opo, without designing any Joke, that you will gives enao of the blood. Still another cart of Scrofala. I had a valuable boy enroa oi soroiuia Dy carter's spsnisn mixture, i coo slder it a valuable medicine. JAMES M. TAYLOR. uuniiui'mi uii uia n. r. u, iinuiuiiuu, v m. Salt Hhoum of SO Yeart ttanding cared Mr. John Thompson, residing in the city of Richmond, was our ea Dy tnree ooiiiea of carter's spanisn mixture, 01 eau rheum, wmcn lie nau nearly uu years, ann wmcn an tne Phvstcinns of the cilr could not cure. Mr. Thompson isa well known merchantinthecltyof Richmond, Va., ana his cure is most reiuarKnDie. William A. Matthews of Richmond, Virginia, had servant cured of Syphilis, in the worst form, by carter' simnish mixturo. Richard E. WestofRlchmond.wascnrod of scrofula, and w hat Physicians called conlirined consumption, by tnree bottles of carter's spanisn mixture. Edwin Burton, commissioner of tho Revenue, say he haa seen the good effects of carter's Spanish mixture in a number of syphilitic cases, and says It is perfect cure nf thiit hvrrible disease. William G. Harwood of Richmond, Virginia, cured of old toioa and ulcers, which disabled him from walking. Took n few bottles ofcarter's Spanish mixture. nnd was enabled lo walk without a crutch, In a short time per manently cured. Prlncliml Denotsat MWord.C.losodr.e.,No. SSMald on Lane, New York. T. W. Dvott & sons. No. IM.North '.'d street, Pbllndelnhia. Rennet and Bear., No. li Main etreet. Richmond. Virginia. And foranld hv Kanffinan and co., Lancaster. E. Kalb, Rushvllloj R. B. Wnlkor, West Riishvlllo; Porter and Weirstelu, Lylhopolis. and Sealers In Medirino ever) wuero. xioc.jii, icoj ,y Wanted 10,000 New Customers, In addition to the old stock on hand. JOHN LYONS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER, AHBDCALKH Il Bacon, Flour, Flah, Salt, Glasswnrov Stoneware, To bacco, Cordage, Twlno, Notions, Fruits, Nut, Candles, dec. NORTH MAIN STREET, LANCASTER SNV1TKB the attention of the cltlzeniof Falrfleld and adjoining eminties, 10 his now Establishment, which mind n n in .aunerior style, ono door West of his old stand and Immediately rrtjolnlng the Dry Goods Store ,,r Mn..r. Ruhnr. Kuii & Co.. where he will be pleas ed to seo all of h'.s old customers anil ton t!:"aud lie V ones. 11; UM U'-l?3 Ur IU AN EATING IIOOM, Whore persons from the country having their Ladlosin town, will nnd a pleasant retreat. An extensive Ware house In the rear, wilh un isio leading from the back yard to his front shop, wun a nne niu-iiing place. AIJSO, FKKD FOZt IIOHSI.ST Having the adv antage of the railroad he Is proparod I. soil wholesale and retail for tho nimble sixpenao. Ac commodating elorka rendy to wail on you front the child's cent lo the gentleman's thousand dollars. Aprll SIO, 165-1. t 8AW-I,;S WANTKI. nnllE undersigned will pay tho highest prices ror ail I the SAW-LOGS ho cun get dollvored n. hla yard InXancaster, or on the canal at some convenient place. He expects lo have his mill ir, running order In Julx noxt, when he will sii'w for cash or oh shares. For fur therpnrtlculurs enquire of the undersigned. TfrAny number 01 goon uroora rtanuioson nanuv Idiicaster, February 7, 183439 J. 8. SNYDEak which the nreaent state of medical science can aao rd. They are compounded not of the drugs themselves, but of the medical virtues only of Vegetable remedies ex tracted by chemical process In a state or purity, and. combined together In such a mannorns to insure the best results. This system of composition for medicines has been found In the cherry Pectoral and Pills both, to produce a more efiielent remeuy tnan naa nitneno neon obtained by any procoss. The reason Is perfectly ob vious. While by the old modo of composition, every medicine is burdened with more or loss of acrimoni ous and injurious qualities, by this each individual vir tue only that Is desired for the curative effect Is present. All the Inert and obnoxious quaines nf eacn wiosunce emproyed are left behind, the caratlve virtue, only ow ing retained. Honce It Is self-evodent the effects should prove as they have proved more purely remedial, and the Pills a rarer, more powerful antidote to disease than any other medicine known to the world. As it is rreqneiitly expedient tnat my meiuciiie. suouiu be taken under the counsel of an attending Physician, and aa he could not proporly of the remedy without Knowing its composition, 1 nave suppiieu inn ncvuraiv Formula) by which both my Pectoral and Pills are mado to the whole body of Practitioners In the United Stutos and British American Providences. If however there should any one who lias not recelvod them, they will be promptly forwarded by mall tp uis request. - or all the Pulent Medicines Hint are offered, how few would be taken if tceir composition was known! Thoir life consist In their mystery. I have no mysteries. The composition of my preparations is laid open to all men. and ail who-aro aoinuetent to ludire on tho sub- Joct freely acknowtedgo thuir convictions of their In trinsic merits. The enorry i-ectorai was pronounceu byscluntille men to be a wonderful medicine before it, effect, wero known. Many eminent Physicians havj declared the aame thing of my Pills, aud oven mom confidently, and aro wsll'.ng to certify that their antici pations were more than realized by their effects upon trial. Thex operate by their powerful Influence on tho ln ternul viscera to purify the blood aud stimulate It into healthy action re more the obstructlets of the stomach, bowels, liver and other orguus of the body, restoring, their irregular action to health, and by correcting, whorevor they exist, such derangements as are the nrt origin of disease. PreparocTby Jamss C. Ayer, Practical and Analyti cal cojinlst, Low jit, Massachusetts. Price &j coiils per Box. Five Boxn, fnr 11. Sold by Otto W. Kreamir and E. L. Rlncnm and co., Lancaster, Ohio, June J, 1851 3:n5 FXlEPmCOT'CLOlHIKa STOEE. BOOT REED & WOULD take thlsopportuntty to return their thankft In thuir nuiiioronA friends fur tlto very Uberul lmiroiiupcu noruHMOTO cxii'iiumu iu uicm, anu liberal aim re -of ja trounce to u who ira duteruiiuotl to do bum no s on ino moat unarm lunnft. February 10, 1854. CLAUKti, WKIGHT & CO. MERCHANT TAILORS KPniiVGEK Ac TltOlTT. AVE reinovod their Clothing hstublishmcnt to tuo THllmaart Block, jtrti eoor r.ati oj FRESH AND CHliAP AHUIVAl.. fTVIE subscribers have received by Express, and now BJ reoolvlngoy rtail nimu, inu inon, .ii.n-.'s mi- -tral attortment of now Goods, ever before brnuglil by them to tills city, which tlioy are resolved to sell for Co. or product at reduced pnen, and lower lliuu they can be purchased In ar aaris by SO per cent. You have but to romo and try and be convinced. April 13, 1MM. WHITE JR. & JULIAN. '.atta't Hardware Store, where they nro oiien ng a large and exteimlvo assnrtmeulof hfKinu aai SUMMEK GOODS, sud aro now iiiaiiufiu'turlng ever; variety oi amrxug aum summer wreur. which ,ue, mil sell as low as the same quality of goods and word can b purchased at any other establishment iu the city. Thuir clothing Is manufactured unilor thoir owu super vision, and is consequently superior to that which Is bJoughl from other pinces. They liuvo also on hand, a heartiful varietuuf Ctotht, Caetineret, Vettiugs .See, which thev are prepared to miinufuctuo to onlor. I'liey have In thelreiiiploy the best of workmen and are at all times prepared to make the best fits Iu tho latest stvles, Alttktir work will he warranted.. The nubile aro rusneclfullv solicited to call and ex amine their stock, and while thankful for the llborol pulronogu tlioy huve enjoyeu, tnuy assure ineir oiu cus tomers and nil others that they will lalior to give gen' oral salisfaution both iu the quality and price of their goods and work. riPKlNGEK ox TROUT, Iioucastoi, April J, m assure them that no pains ahull be spured to snstuln the nuttering reputation aireauy atutin nd. mwl In order to ntit tho crreiitW incrunseil omand at there Establishment for fioofs and Shoos, they have-In addition totheir own manufurturliigdiist re- ccivttit rroin tne nasi n vory large ana lusuionuoie siovk consisting in purt as follows: men's rine t;au, tvip ana coarse coots, Gents pat. Calf Guitars and Ties, M nn.lrliia nnil Monroe, All klndsof LaoSi and Misses Boots, 6hVK5, snppcn nnd Gaiters. Also, nn assortment of the best qtlullty of Children's fancy sua pinin Miocs, in aiiuifloll to tne aDOve we are consinniiy mnnuini.- ltem, and we would muMi prefer that all invitations bo scut through a reliable medium. pray 'Prayer! th. Christian', native breath Tht Christian's viul air." It is so natural a duty that we nood no ex press command. And according to this view, our Lord Jesus ChrUt rather regu lates than commands it. He doos not en join upon his disciples "Go and pray"; but nftor this manner therefore pray ye. Thou, when thou prayest enter into thy cloHet.' Losqfkllow Poktky An Inquiry has for some time been carried on as to tho English geneology of Prof. Longfellow, tho American poet In its course, the follow ing lines hare been produeed by some kind investigator in Wales, certainly not very flattering to their subject. They are con- iod from a window shutter of an inu at . Breeon, called the Golden Lion, kept bv - PI T s, .. , .. . - "J uno inomw nungieuow, aDOUt half a ccn tury ago: Torn L.rurfellowaaama l mnt Ii,.,lv1,u ,1nA. Long hit neck, loug I his bill, which Is very 'long tool , ingtne time era your hors. to tha a,hl. i. irf ' lM"a'0n h',uotM'4 iow " """t" longer till jrnainueea may yon sit in iMmrortlas. room. JM from Kltch.n.iopg dirty, your dinner shall eome, . Long the often to Id tnla thai ,.. kn., -in i... tout his face while complaining haw long people eat; " J - mv.tm i: I li m III. agaUl iwiU be art t long for I.m LengftUew'. tno. to connect it with tho Indiiinopolis Ilailroad. CiunLESTON, June 9. The New Or Wo would not mention these facts, only leans Picayune contains important news (o explain why have not manifested the From Texas to 81st. snmo interest in these oponintr oeremonins Tho threat of tho Indians to wage a des- as the morning papers, as wo have no doubt olating war ngainst tho whites is being car but the conductor, of those excursions bud- ried out. potiod thoir invitation had reached us, and An express which arrived at Galveston that we refused to accept. A petty ieal- reports that fiOO Indians under Wildcat, ousy towarJs the Times, on the part ofsomo tho noted Chief, had commenced a slaugh- ..i-.i i.i. i a AM f tUt. n.i.:A ..utiA..,., pemins conneciuu wun uiu prcss, in inn ki i uo nuiw inusmiauui city, induocs thom to play the contomplible When about 20 miles 'west of Victoria, wnen oiiarrrou wun sucii a mission to us, H vney ien in wun a company oi xo soiuiers, by so doing, they can deprive us of a "good every ono of whom wero slum with the ex ception ouwo. xney nexinuncnoa n par ty or Mustang traders and citizons, killing 30 of their number, among whom were 30 Mexicans and six Americans. When tho Express left, the fiarlttincr was still being carried on lioi eely, and the In dians had said that thev would desolate the wholo country on tho borders of the Rio Grande. The express rider had his liorro shot from under him by a ball from an Indian, but he succeeded in seizing ono of their horses and escapod. - Nbw York, Juno 9. Tho Union India Rubber Works at Harlem wero burnt last uiifht. Iosb heavy The Steamers Georffe law nnd Star of the U Mf.the former with California mails, ar rived last evening. The news has been anticipated from Now Orleans. . Walkor nnd tho remnant of his followers arrived at San Francisco to answer the charge of violating the neutrality. Tae Second Arrival. -vlIR 1st and splendid slock of Collars, EmhrnldO' 1 9 rles.Under Hloaves, hhoinliwiis etc., having hocn bouirht and carried away before allowing-? us time lo mark thom, we will bo In receipt ofa fresh lot by ex press III a fow days. Wnl l H J K. A J U M.n. SCOTT DENTIST. AM opened his new ortlce In F.wiugt riclt HHitaiar, jwaia ecreei, eaias ere he can be found every duy during business hours, from S In IS A.,M. and from 1 to J o'clock, P. M. Por etout SO years 1 have labored constantly to obtain that stale of perfec tion in rilling (pinging) Teeth, which would result In suvhiir for life all the natural teeth. It Is not now a inosllon with skillful Dentists whether they can he sav- II cd or not, niuUhnt U QhuiiKMl by (fUlii a irrcuter inouiil or mnor una euro 10 acn oiwrminn, nn uboi none but cold ttUlnn. Huccoai In till-course navt a Taut XjrAn excursion p.irty.numbcring some I fivn lmiiflrt1 rantltnAn ami liwlijia. fnAtvi t . . v .iHiitsi at m, m hiiu lliUIUfis I VI It ttlAllfl atsl 1 Vsan 1 I r . ua , W0II urgB R ar- Wilmington and tho surrouuding country, ing nuw to breathe as urge a pious man to visited our city on vostordav. Our citi- ef of tens had been expecting thoir arrival for some days, and were making preparations to give thorn a public reception, but a dis patch reccivnd in tho morning statod that the exoursion had been abandoned, and that it was uiinecesoary to make any ar rangements lor their reception. Tho in dividual who sent the dispatch, we under stand, misuuderstood the committee of ar rangements, and liiMicethe mistake. The company visited Mt. Pleasant and other points of Jnterest, and after spending a very pleasant afternoon, retumod in the evening, in fine spirits nnd much pleased with the nppenrance of our benntiul scenery. amount of sutferinir from tooth-ache and from extract' Inr toeth. and wearing oraninriui taoia, wiiicu is uie sure result of decayed teeth neglected. I give my pal mns certified guarantees to be effective during tho lives orihopartios,warrantliglhe permanence of the Alllnga as well as tho entire safety or tne tooin, so no cnargo will ever be made for runalrlng If it should becomo ne cessary. I extnirl teeth at all limes and tront diseases of the mouth. Thankful for the very liberal patronage I have received from lhe oitlaenla of Fatrueiii county for the last 13 years, I respectfully ask for Its rontin uance. H, SCOTT. May S, 18i4-3iul XThc young man arrested on a clinrgo of burglary yesterday morning "was takon to Clnlhcothe to-day to answer to a similar charge in that city. ,It seems that he is an old offender and that a few night since broke into a store in CbillicoUie and stole goods to the amount of some seven hundred dollars. A number of articles found in his possession wore identified &. th stolon goods. -v. .. IT hints o r ASHtoN. Lot the woman bare their shoulders a little more or a little less tt is, after all, bnt a question f J . " JA VUlUVllAflllt. "At the sea shore woman bathe bv them selves; they are clothed with a long robe which eonooals tbom from their own looks: but in the evening you encounter at the ball these same women, just Bufflcipntly covered to cause the remark how little they are covered; so that they have the appear- anoa of dressing to eo to the bath, and of undressing to. go to a ixi," Monitor Oang-e Oransro Seed and Plants. milE undorslsncd have a large amount nf Ounce Or I onge 8eeds undPlnnts ofthe bral nniillty,surpassod by none In the country, which tliey will sell al the lowest market price. llKDGES SET AND WARRANTED, At from 33 to 40 cents por rod, with a fulr deduction where large contracts are mane. HEDGES ('OMHI.KI Kl.Y GKOWPf. At from 'ii cents to SI V rod the pny incuts as fol lows H whon the hedge is set, and the balunco when It win answer me purposo oi a goon lenco. HislllibK uuovv.i. Por what disinterested judges will say It Is worth, (ss omparod wttn good fences) wnen it is compietea. HKDGKK t'OMl'I.ETKI.Y GKOWN. At 91 to SllS cr rod .to bo paid fnr when completed. jam kh niiAir-ir.K oi fjo.. unytou.unio. Jtms RusirTKa, College Corner, Kuller county,Ohlo J k met McUrbw, Aloxiindersvlllu, Ohio, Bsnjaisin Laas, Davtoii, Ohio. liar l.lKSt. G. alAUTl.N, Agont, Carroll. Ohio. A NEW STOCK. ANe'aT and well Selected lot of Grocer le HAVE Just been received by the subscriber, at his old stand, whero he will be happy to meet his eu.tomer. and tho publie generally. Groceries will be sold by me aa cheap and of as good quality as cau be found In any similar establishment in tne city. .., , i hnve iii.t reeaivon. a rnnice Mt oi uranounus, iamii ona, Figs, Pruns, and also a general variety of Nuts, such as Almonds, Hraill Nuts, Coco Nuts, 4,0. Also, a apleudtd lot of Old Westeru Kesorvo Chees . latncaaU'r, Feb. 7, IPS. 40 REMOVAL. Z I N K St7 B i S H, ,IT0ULl) rosncctfully Inform thoir customers, and tho cl II lent genvraily, that they have avaovso thuir Establishment to the North side of Main Slrcet.to th. room formerly occupied by the Philadelphia Vem mieeita Start, where they are prepared to furnish ITeeta Breads Rnsks, Cake ek Cracker AT ALL TIMES AND IN ALL SEASONS. Vi have amnlovod tha varv best workmen In our line or business, ana will sen at wnoieaaio anu reiau at the faarut tricot . We are aetermlnea to give general sniiaiacuon. nu orders from the country for Bread, Cakee, Soda, But ter, Water and Boston, Crackers, will be promptly tiled. Give lis a call. Lancaster, March SI, IBM. SINK A BI8H. N. B. We slsv keep on hand a general assortment of WJUtlLT OHQQSHISS, which will bo aold at tho lowest raUa. 21NK.B1S.. TIN SHOP & FOCNDHY WAME-HOO.TI James mcnianamjr HAVING established himself In the manufacturing of TIN, COFFER and SHEET-IRON WARE In Oifiy'iWilr,..;our WtteJ the Hocking raliew Baak, Is prepared lofuruisb, the pontile of this county wun overy inuigthnl limy bonecneo in ni nue. ru keens on hnnd everv varletv of COOKING and UK AT ING KI'O V KS for WOO 0 and COAU eonsisllng In part or tno bion Air Tight, western mioon. Trluinnh. Huek. Pmsldenuand F reference for Wood and Black Diamond foe ('mil. AW Ploughs, Plough Shares, Sugar Kettles dr. HoMow-waro. All of the above articles win ne sold as low aa can oe oougnteisewnere. Ho Invites cllltens generally to rnll and examine hi. stock. JAMKS MeMANAMY. N. B. Honse-enoutlngo loljldug done upon wort no nce, uiu supper, nrass, rvwwruBa iron uintni m cnange tor any of tno above aruciu.. j. mv. unicaster, may 1, Ira. AND SHOE STOHE. B AUG H M AN luring largely, for snlo and also to order, all kinds of Hoots and isnoos, wlilcn wo nave no nosiwincy in saying, will compare in price aneVeuaHry with any stock inllio western country, inuy in, ios u JEFFHIES, PltATT & WOOD, FORWARDING1 U COMll ISSIfIN MERtUANTS, LANCASTER, OHIO. Dealers In Wools (.rata & Produce gener nly, on Commission eiclnslvely. -ONNECTEO with the Cincinnati, Wilmington and J iSaneavllle Railroad and Hocking Valley Packet Line, are nronared to receive and ahin goods to any mount liv rjinnl or railroad, to all the kaslurn de Wost- em cities on the most fuvorable terms. By sending goods to our care, owners avoid the expense oi aray- nge rroin rallrona to canni, on tno nivera., ,u umy hoii.1, cnmiRrted hv canal and rullroud. both. It-pAgeiita for the sale of SALT. All brands topt constantly on hand and sold at wholesale at Manurac turer'a prlcos only. iaayi,icn. TO THE PUBLIC. I HEREBY acknowledge In this publie manner, that Iho charges and Insinuations I have heretofore cir culated prejudicial to the character of Mr. Lyman P. Allen dt MIsaMary Allen of Amanda townshlp,Falrneld coiintv. Ohio, aro totally without any foundation In truth, l never saw any tning in tno conauci oi euner to Justify the sllglitust suspicion of Improper on their part, in relation to tne marges i nave neroioiore oeen Instrumental in propagating agalnat them. For the pur pose of.'rctrleving the Injury 1 have done thom In that regnrd, 1 hereby consent that this retraction shall be published In tho publie newspaper, of the county Given under my hand this 3Ulh duy of May, A. 1). 1H54. DANIEL KAUFMAN. Attest A. A. Friable, H. Braddley. Juuo 8, 1854 3w5 BAKEBY AND FAITIILY GBOCEHIGS. fVlIIB nndcrslgned wonld respectfully announce lo I the cttlaen.of Lane osier and vicinity, that he has opened a Bakery nnd Grocery, oa Maia Strttt, a few doort wVctt of las Hocking ralltf Bank, whore he will keep constantly on hand, Cake art all kinds and Crackers, AH of which will bo sold at wholesale and retail. Per- ms wishing Cakes by the hundred, can havo thom at any ttnio, ny giving a lew nour. noiirev Also. all kinds of FAMILY GROCERIES kept con stantly on hand, which will be sold a. low as al any other house In the citv. Feeling confident that Ms stock and raicas will suit the purchaser, he earnoatly solicits a share of public patronage. A. BRENNKMAN. N. B. Buttor, Eggs, Lard, Flour, Bacon, eel., taken In nxrnaugo rorurocorres. Lancaster May 1,1854. GEO. II. SMITH, MEllCII ANT TAILOIr, Afufa S(rv'f. Laacmter, Okie, ojifotitt tkt Tullnadgt , Block, HAS just received Ills SPRING ANU riUMMtn supply of HEADY MAOE CLOTHING, together will! a large nnd Doauiuui assortment oi t,i merer, yextingr. Sec. Hi sUmk has been scloctod with grout care, and embraces every vnmeuy oi toniionien i wear, nis Kouuy nia,ic t;iotmng is rw v, m. ww. material, and In the latest styles, end hi. suck of Cloth and Vesting., will bo manufactured to order fm the most approved and fashionable mnnnor. Ho has in his em ploy the best of workinou, and In cvory dupartimmt he, iptentistoexcoi. lXj"Tkt lowest prieet will it aoialaiaa,.'j ' Whllo he Intends to soil the best of Goods, and put out nothing but the best of work, he -Intend, also to dispose of his stock at prices Unit will convince the skeptical that his Establishment la the cheapest In Iho citvi 1 wilV mmo keen on hnnd or manufacture to owner. erery varitt) of Bof Clothing, which will be sorit'uO the lowest rules. For good and chonp Clothing, for Men and Boys of nil descriptions, ho Intends to vstab - lish a reputation ror the "Fairfield County Clothing; Store,", aa the cheapest In the city; and ho invites all who wlslr Ui purchase to eull and examine his assortment, as hi, is confident ihul no can olfor mem superior inuuee' mcms 10 any oilier. He has on hand a beautiful 'and exeeMciiV ansnrfmci.f of Glovos, Susponders,Hose, stocks, Handkerchiefs, Cravats, Umbrellas, Trunks, ets. J PHk member Tll Pl.ii : a tkt room lattlp tetu pieifkt Jokn Lgout at a Grocer 8tort. Call and seo for yoursuivea. no will tnxe pieosuru in snowing stock, as he is confident Unit hocuu pleusu uliwho li!k to purchase. His stock of Clothing is manufactured nmtor his own supervision, and lhe utmost cure Is ex ortcd to have It of tho very best kind. Mr. j. w. ir. mkorr, one or tne best cutter, in tne Western country, has boon oinplovod In that denart ment, and cannot fail to please all who wish good fltsy ucnt and faahionahle, and not at the expense ofcomforl. Tho stock of Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, Ready Made Clothing, etc, is warranted equal to unv in the market, nnd tlio beautiful variety of styles ami fashion, cannot fail to please every taste: Cull'amf see'. Lancaster, Ma) s, 1854. litsoituu B. unilll. GREAT BARGAINS IN FlIBNlilfBE. georcTTeckert, STILL continues at his old stand, on Afein 8treet,tro doort Kott of tht Hocking Vallet ffna, where will be found a general assortment of all klndsnf CABINET FURNITURE, which is admitted by all to be the larg est and cheapest ever before kept In this city, from 1110 plainest to tne nnesi, con- . milling or surAn, soun Iflahoaranr Chairs. Tete-u-tetes,l)ivans,Hureausd3 Tabloa, Rfands, Fine Bedsteads, Mattresses aud Look ing triasses. CINCINNATI PITirNrTnRK. Uto-wISafcokeepnn hand a general assor(inonl) of Clnelnnutl Funiltiiro, wlilch will bo sold at a small' advance upon city prlecw, thus obviating the necessity of cltixuns going elsewhuro to buy Furniture, by making it to their advantage to purrhaso of the sulMCrlbcr, offuviag them olther borne or city manufMcturc. lhe lung reputation of Ms establishment Tor trio nest work needs no commendation, but would Just say, as tuore Is so much sold in theso latter days about exjie nence ann gooo worxmen, uiataii work sola Dy me win be warranted to be right. Thankful for past favors, he respectfully sol tells a continuance of public patronage. In the same building Is Mr. G. rimitVs Chair and Bodatead Factory, so Ihsl customers can bo accommodated la an klnda of Furni ture. Call and see our large and spft-ndld lot of Fuml- lure. GKOKGK L, alC&BHT, NEW ARRANGEMENT8. coffinsiWesheecoffinsi nnlTE .ubscrlber has associated with him Mr. I. E' I HAI.L.In the undertaking business. This branch of the business will horoaftur be conducted under the Arm name or KC'KKKT dt HALL. They have a good HEA RSK and HOH8E8 always ready to attend funerals. The subscribers have now, and hereafter will keep con stantly on hand, alt stylus and sizo. of Coffins ready mode, so that they will be ready to furnish them In m few nilnutos notice. They will promptly attend funer al, any whore in tne county without extra charge. Tbl. method of keeping them on hand will enable them to furnish them at reduced prices. ECKEKT a II AH, Line aaler, February 13, 1H54 0m41 . FAR in FOB SALE. rTVlB subscriber would inform the cltlsons of Falr- X Hold and adjoining counties that he would sell up on reasonable terms, at nrlvate auto, tho farm on which he now resides. In Urceiilluld township, Fairfield coun ty. Ohio, ami situated some rive and a half miles from Lancaster and containing ou. hundred and flfly-four acrua. Tlw furm is well Improved and Is among the best agricultural msin the county. May 17, I" I.. VON KODEN. KOLD OUT. THEREBY give notice, that 1 have sold my stock of Hardware to Mr. JOHN EFF1NGEK. 1 am, there fore, anxlous to close up mv business. All porson. knowing themselves Indebted to me, either by note or book account, are respectfully requested to cau ana settle at as early a dny as possible. My notes and books will be kept at the old stand, In the counting-room or Mr. John Efflngcr, where I can at all times be found to settle with my old friends. On retiring from business, 1 return thanks to my old friends and the public gener ally, for th. liberal support 1 have always received from them. PHILIP BOPS. Lancaster, May 1, BS4 tf Read Ko41ce niHERE WIN bo-a petition presented to-tiio fommls I sloners of Falrtielcl Comity, Ohio, at tlielr June t erm, praying lor tno vacation or mat part oi tne out Muriotta road leading from Geneva to whore it inter sects tho road leading from Wolf 's Mill to Lancaster, to-wtt: beginning at uoneva ana running west nne qunrterof anille throiigh the land of ThomaWII,nn, Ui where It Intersects tho road loading from Weif. Mill to Ijnicaaterand there terminate. May 4, 1844. MANY PETITIONERS. Eatato of John Ereraole. THE .ubscrlber hst been appointed and qualified as Administrator on the Estate of John Kversole, de ceased, late of Fairfield county, Ohio. Lancaater, usay lo, ikh (wl u. FANnKRBON Daiiaen Notice. AR18 LEVERING Esa. la mr Arant to Kill. aU accounts due in. or owing bv me. PeraonsJ sviug claims sralnst me while In the Eiol.l Estab- iisnmoniwiu prMenttnemw .nr. Livtaixo ror seine D.nt. r. H. ELLIS. Mayq0,lBI4-3wd. FRES K ARRIVAL. TO TUS LADIES. ' RISING Sc ET05S "WA9 tnat received bv Exnreas. from the Eastern "1 cities, the largest and most fashionable STOCK oi auiiaaiainii naa ever oeen oner in wis marsoi. I Pleaae eall and examine them. I Lance. Lancaster, Oalo, May 18 1M. lomn a. aaRTiM. p. a. twixa. s. a. sriMsitjon EXCHANGE BANK OF MARTIN At Co., " Main Street, Lancaster. Ohio.' TNTEREST paid ns Deposits Draft and Kotos col- lectiMi ana romllleu Kastorn Exchaoge and Coin (ought and sold at cnrr)nt rale.. , January 4, MM lylS s - DAGUERREOTYPES. ' fTVIE subscrlbor having nnrchaaed the establishment I of K. B. McBrido, will be pleased to accommodate auwho uiav reouire-hiaaervloea In the above line. He 1. provided with the beat modern Instruments, and la prepared to put np pictures In the latest and F"sl ap proved .tyie. noun iront e o'ciock anu, i. Innaster. Deaembar 7. 1HS3. V. M. GRISWOLD. ' N. B. Instructions riven la the art and apparatus furnished Ifdeslred, , BY IIVDUSTRr WE THRIVE. ' RISING " LYONS, . -A RE now receiving al their old stand, ss fine a stock J of FANCY and KTAPLE DRY GOODS as has ever neeii offered In Hits market, consisting of every article In the Dry Goods tine, together wilh a fint stock of Boott aaa Shoet, Groctnet, Queentwara and Watt wars,, all. of which they are determined to .ell as low as any house lu Fairfield oouuty, eutire cash stores not exeeptcd. ' Thoy beg loave to tender their earnest thanks to Iho' citizons of Lnncaslersand vloinity, for the very llbornl sliare of patronage thoy havo rocolvel slnco they hnvo been In business, and hope for a continuance of the same, aasurliir tlio nubile that no naius shall be spared' on Iheir part to give entire satisfaction- Tho usual ar tieloa of country produce -taken In exchange for Good.. liancaatwr, Marcu xi, ibj, Sale ol Beal Estate br order ot Conrt. ON Saturdou tkt Utk del of Jnnt, 1854, between ine hours of 10 o'eiort, A. M. and and 3 o'clock, P. M on the premises, will be sold to the highest bidder, ther following Heal Estate, as the property of David Wither, deceased, tn-wit: Part of the Northoast Uuarter of Sec tion No. 17, Township No. 10, Range no. 17, beginning at a stone at the N. W.eomef of Hie lands of Jacob Good;. thence North iM poles and .bout "feet to a stone at th. line dividing lh. landsf Jonathan D.2ook and Fran cis Myers; tnence wen 13 poies to- a atone, tncoc RouUioast St poles to the place of beginning, containing ' One Acre, more or leas. - A lao, a tract ot aoout une-nauan Acre, tying oi above tract, South of Francis Myers' tract, Wert of Joho Good's tract and North of Jacob Good', farm. Ftrat tract appraised at I15. ,' Second tract appraised at Hi. - Ttrmt of Bale One-third In hand' and -the -vesldja' Utwoejul nn paymenU J-fflE8 ' . PETER WOLF, ', MmHort tftkt EttaU af Daaid MUr, itettttf May 94. 1H54-5J ; . n ', , .