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I l'- .1. - t V ' 1 - a-. rxivpA crs. - - Kxt to the pionratioa, of Iifeoomes Urn Lv "of QwBiTv?' f btFfanri house. the Jiwiy, thrrfielJs; " thij lowlng'cttile on a aoiraeri eve? iii f ctf tlia jcenes of child- Jwod, anse in oar rnernorr to remind ns of! - tn. manner in TtWch we. enjoyed and still e u, ire.insti'.nUons of our country .bmight wUhtha' blood of .oar. forefathers! jjtnat blood. VKict Bonrished -the- tree of ;Liber:y. la yonA; yet, nnlH it was firmlv et, in American soil ami. btouglii forth wholesome' fruit," U cat of which is to k'arn wisdom', and Vdispel thniit of jGXOIJ. ASTC2, HIPOCRACY; ANP ;SUPJElt: eiiUU-v to4iirbind-Ui0 mind of raen.bv -;iji.liriB.aoieagi ireeiyinrowgh toe eLanpel of our pahlio ichools. , ! . Tb fttitnd progressiva cours of this oar belovc3T?ui of Liberty,' baa been loolt-T ed nDon. bv'.dark b?nii-rtd immir; Ac r ; .. o : r- v. other climes, with serluni jealousy. Eng land, "irbo1 bnl9, t$at il air is - too fi oe Jot slaetpbreaUj. bu law' that Trill per mit tba foebW wbrnenW tmndte objl bar JO'ws, iu Jbg siibterranain piu of ifanchcs- (Alll!l,f 4k V ..Jj l 1 l' . , Omni ui j-tvru.Buvvtj-ground moor not, but revel on the profits earn, 1 by tho4 abject roniak. ; . . v-; ! - ,-RlVar ; FwncewitIiar jio w .jpjlhplic' Emperor, dea'pisos the Democracy 'Wros'rjca, RuasisMomtaclied Aristoo .'facyrAnstriVa "Crtr and Prussia' Kin. all aiafnBtCA'U'. '-C'' '.'.. ... T". vvi wm iuiuj oigovernment, feuVprlnclpIes'apf-ead, and pervade their i , rHlm.thfl edticatad common-people will liurl ft tbeir position, thosff-rYho claim to 1 rule hereditarily, and , live-fjom the labors the ignorant poor.. . , j ; ivur-;--gaueq jaae, who -winces mo6Vi that eld. fat faced pope of Rome 'abdbia nnde'rlings. Dii his couch in his .?t,,ejtambr in (he vationn, mothinks, bis liell bound soul would ch'afe to destrao-itwa.'-as.' thick and fast, tb: news come -booming ov& tlia Bltb that Yottng'.A. tiienca," is wide awako, and has discover;. i hia machinatfotC and (hat in every city, .-ya?g j hamiot,. a : je0p:s iraying their eyes opened to a sonse'of tiieir jjer .which will result from 'the nVn 'litd pots of the Jesuit. ' an J the'trfi.ai,.r,r r a,jr nioncaus. ittff Uatholio,-the iJsiuit-atldlha Fofcigner, win all bo driven iM,MUu, jjutwitu man, or mat set ,?f 5eJ? J'.0 would, for th ttko .of office, of g'aiir," aid a frocjga foe, to" destroy our UalioaHiiborty-, .ahould bo dtialt with sura amIly..Lett3iera be anathomatizod and cut off from a free and honest paoplo. Let the ewrso at IsltmaaeJ, vpVUw brow of those wnoinmeannw pE sbnl wiTiidorshin irotog Coda and U'ury LIBERTY, their psost ffOTy birihright. 7 , ' '. Jt u ' :.-, - ." .... i vn inniTnoaa who are wrongly cn gagod", so iftJaUiated,. and so sadly erratio mth,ejr couvsd, wfluld for, ono moment re facl, opon what they did, and upon what .thov are now doinor. - iAraerjcarii of Fairfield county! at the -oming election, will you support for of- 'fic, mon who' are bound io bbnv tho will M rH' b'gb priest of that parly Which ,i J5, ; took to. the nations bosom, tho :wholp Roman; Cathollo ohuroh, by divid ing the offices of honor and trust with them. in ij' fearful ratio, 'will you support mon mA4 1 1 J ..V 1 ' . . j"! musk ouna me anoo, io "Until;" or wMyou sapport men who will' discharge 4BC(r duties with Integrity, and not reach ;ino your pockets and filch ; therefrom your tara earnings, and allege it is for "wtVa ay" Judge ye for yoursolvos but actdis- .crcetly y Amencani every where! ' will you voto fcr or support men for office - of honor or nut, who are bigoted Roman Catholics, bound by nq oatb of allegiance to any gov ernmonC save and except that of tho Ro 0u hici-arcby ? Will you support the for igner, fur auoh offices, wlltaa early train tngba bion antagonistio to our national tn olitutions, or will voir ? ojp for the deprav $ political knave, the corrupt, truokster, nd 0e traitor to his country? Oood.who 'Weald court the favor of either the Roman Catholic; or his tw'mbrothor, foreign tnflu 'nce.': No!" the time has come whim each cm of yot must speak; speak at the ballot boxj ami laiose. Voice when rolled up to ,0tb,ir. will eBj-rthoo-yampir Bat poli licians. back to tb1 dark recesses where thef 1)olong; and then echo will refloot tho ninesof men eleot,' "Good and truo," irjiowivery act will redouud to the good Jfjpvr common country, and the extablikb iaent of a amnd Nationality.' . ' "LUTHER." r. ,Tiijs Roman Catholic Powebin Amkri-fi.-rl8 1SQ there. Were but about 40 priests tn the entire eonntry,J In 1808, the sys tem, in its organised form, c3nrir!d 1 em, in its organised form, c3iprir!a 1 Iwaese, I bishops, 68 priests, 80 chuilhcs, I eceleaiaatical institutions, 1 college, anu ma fomale aeademies. - In 1854, it com-1 teaete, t prwe arch-bihopg, 3 bishops, 1,574 pnmnt ix cnureties 41 aiocesos, 2 p o?tolio vicarates, 20 colleges-with t, 147 s.tii4rt, U2 female . academies. It has gj weekly periodical, 1 monthly, 1 quar UTh.Avd twa anuualsj published : in Eu clish, FrcncH And. .Gorman. The entiio Papal popnUvion. of the country is about .a.DOO.'O'. -Froni 1B34 to 1844, the per sonal and material force of the Romish Church. In the United Stato increased at the raternbout 100'per cod during thd fyl ten y tis,"ncarly tho'anmo rntlo inbr irtrvatl(j,ie.T5j)tinthennmborof clnirr.bos a,n3priejitC'ItoW,:.th'rtiw of increase hu been fl'Kiut 70 per ent. w '-.-..; ji.4-.u.j. v ., , ;';.;-;- . . FiieiKlship ilnc niedicino for; Ml', imist- , fw'Jine but ingratttuderiea 'tip-flu. (oh- 4ain of all goodooss. SkieUtu'.-' ' ! r A aETen tTTiM-PAML-STATKr. -A letter, from Ravenna, - "dated June 12th, s:m': The misery in the States of the t'opeia exireme.. Last yoar the harvest and vintage failed and. now thev . would sell themselves for a piece of bread. Mothers and even father sell tbelT daughters at the tendereat age, even of twi or twelve years; and there is amorig the poor suffering crea tures universal -corrnption. The price of bread has risen from three to six fold, and the commonest wine (here a necessary of life. atid used by nil,) Ihree times or more. When I go to take my breakfast In the coffee bonse, (where oien at these high prices I still have an excellent mug of coSee, milk, sugar, two rolls and two boiled eggs.nap kins", cj in. the boat 'coffee-house for 9 cents-4 Jd.) I see little, children," miser able women, and even old mon, once.evh den Jy in better -circamstances, and educat ed, too, come and lof B by the door, look wistfully in, and humbly wait for you to, see to their juisery, or beg you, for the" !ko of the Blessed Mary, to relieve their hunger! The people generally' do not get Tme-thVrd thev want; to" eat."-', Meantime they sustain 72 cardials, or a good por tion of this college, id! and useleu princes, besides a host ofjiriesCs that eat up the land, and good" round number of tbelr ownglwS for-hotBiag soldiery,' Then ;it xe'quires moro lhar lp, 000 French soldiers tiefp;thu:apital, leteroal Rome, in order and tbi Prpa from running away, or be ing massacred, 'and. at least 10,000 Aus- trians for the north in Bologna, Ancona, Eorli, Fn2a, to. ,.Whata picture! And yet tt itf not exaggerated, but underdrawn. Meantime the nobility are also sinking, for the law of tho pHmogenhuro has been a- bolisheJ, the estate are , divided, and I can sec. nothing before the .Papal states, but universal decay, misery and downfall. ... . Pennstlvanu. Tho fact is daily be coming more and more evident that the an ti-Nebraska ticket in : Pennsylvania, at tho head of which stands the name of Jndge Pomock for Governor,, will be' elected by a sweeping mnjoiity. At a - large and en thusiastic meeting of the Democracy of Sullivan county and vicinity, an able speech was made by Hon. David WuiiOT; afier which a series- of resolu'joiis wcrj offled 'and adopted great unnnimlty. I"? lollowing will be specially interesting at this time. If all the Democrats vo'.e for Pollock, as those men pledge themselves to do, thoro will bo a mighty poor show for Mr. BioLta about the 21 Tuosday of October. . Heiolued, Thft inasmuch as Judge Pol lock has declared explicitly, that he is in favor of ro-enacting the law which prohib ited slavery in territories north of thirty-six degrees and thirty minutes north latitude; and also in favor of the manumission of any slaves illegally held there,, he occupies a posiiion so muoh moro just and liberal than Gov. Bigler, that (without indorsing the cautious addresaof tbeWhig Central Com mitte) we esteem It our duty to give Judge Pollock our full and' active support iu the coining election, j . How India Ruober Su iK4 aue Madr. The New York Journal of Conunorc,n an interesting article on the manufactures of Connecticut, givoa the following account of tho manner in which India Rubber Sho-js are mado: ..; " . i Coutrary io the general impression, In dia Rubber, in the process of manufactur ing, is not melted, but is passed through hoatod iron rollers, the heaviest of which Weigh twenty tons, and thus worked or kneaded, as dough is at bakery. The rubber is nearly all obtained from the mouth of the Amazon, in Brazil, to which point it is sont from tho interior. Its form, upon arrival, is generally that of a jug or pouch, at tho natives use clay moulds of that shap, whioh they repeatedly dip into tho liquid caoutchouc, until a coating of the desired thickness ancumuliitoB, w'hcii tho olny is broken and emptied out. Tho rubber, after boing was! ed, chop ped fine, and rolled to a putty like consis tency, is mixed with a compound of me tallic substanco, principally white lead and sulphur, to give it a nody or firmness. The sheets designed for the soles of the shoes are pnssod undor rollers having a diamond figured surface. From these tho solos ere cut by hand, and tho several piece required to perfect the shoe are put logethar by females, on a lust. .The nat ural adhesion of the rubber joins the scams. Tho shoos are noxt varnished, and baked in an ovou capable of holding about two thousand pairs, and heated about three hundred dogreos, whore they remain seven or eight hour. Thin is callod the "vul canizing" process, by which the rubbor is hardened. , ' ' A large quantity of cotton cloth and cot ton flannel is. used to lino shoes, and is ap plied to the surface of the rubber while it is in sheets. Not a particle .of.aoy of these materials is lost, Tho scraps of rubber aroremeltod,thehit of cloth are chopped uji who muni! quniiuiy oi ruDoer, ana rullod out into aubstanve resembling pasto board, to form the inner sole. - The prof it uf this business have been somewhat curtailed of late bv the prevailing high price of rubber, which liaa varied within the year from 20 to 60 out per pound. The demand, however, is very large, A specie of rubber shoe lined w kh flannel.is exiensivcry Moa in some parts of the coun try, as a substitute for the leather shoe. , Imsif MlLITAKV C0MANlB8IllNEwEi(l- LAKff. Ne organizations of this descrip tion arj "pringing up in every part of New England. We have at present writing five in Boston,' and one was -recently form ed at Bangor, Me. At hia rate it will not he long beforobey -w'T outnumber th6o of our own pooplo. Americans, shall this thinir continuuf Shall "our State rrovern- meuts be permitted lo'gd oh 'putting arms into the hands of these brutal Irishmen to shoot down American?! You say No! vve near yon say iu Lct thon, immodinto measures -be taken to dprJvo'tbQse com panies of their arms and their charters.- Lef petitions to that etfoot' be' rolled in up on our Suite Legislatures at'their jicjif, ses sion, aiid if they jefas o grant them; w will iend them homo, and fill' their places with bettor men. Asilatel . Agitate!-!- 4"vr a ui WBoTinsiSsTrnxBALUN Monos?-Vho first started the .ball between Americanism and Protestantism, between Irishmen and Americanism? . .i ' ; - j Jobs f Hughe. ' ' Who made - inflammatory speeches at Constitution Hall against the Bible in the Public Schools, against tbeprinciplesof Nativiem, claiming for Imported ""better citizens" the same political rights as those born on this soil? : " ' r- - John f Hughes.-s-'-! r . ; - . - Who lectured ou the full-- and decline of Protestaatium, prophesying . that popery would soon be the religion of ibis- ,couu tryt ' , ','. : i . John f Hughes. , - Who sneered at the sufferings of uheMa diai, justifying the persecutions of Tuscan Government and called the, twonty thou sand ritizons, who held a meeting in order sympathize with the'Italianmartyrs, crazy men?.. . . . -.;'-, John f Hughes.- ' " 4 f, .. : ' ,: v . Who a'torapted to ma.ke; us roccive pub- liclv. and do honor to. A nnnal !mim!mr. aeduoer, and skinner, called Gsetano Bed im?1 ,, ,".':- , , John f Hughe?. 1 . . V Who mado a revolutionary appeal , to ann3 to tho beloved children, of the . Irish clergy and laity? ' ' . '. ,' John f Hughes.', ' ! ' Who threatened to burn New York, in TWO HUNDRED, DIFJTERKNT PLACES AT OKCB? John1! Hughes; ; thro'agh his sexton," Deacon, f McMaster.' ' ' ' " ;. ' . . Who induced the rabid Catholic Brown son, tho living pillar o.f, tho Roman'. Catho lic Inqursition.'to lecture to New Yorkers on "the impossibility qf sustaining a rcpub lis without the Catholic religion?",.,, John f HugheJ.' '' Whd said "Botter lo suffer under tho red flag of England, than live with such liberty" undor the utarry banner of the Union?" . John f Hughes, through Lis . vermin scribbler, . Thomas Darcy Arnold . Goorofy McKee... -;, , . ..: II;IVA tlift Amprlrrtnii evpr rlinturTm Catholic meetings, or mobbed any of their J lioeuers. ,. 4 (j , .. , , ', Never! , '. ' ..' ' ; . '.. . Have the native citizens of New York ever knooked iuto pi the types of tbe Irish Freeman's' Journal, American (?)- Celt, Irish Truth-Teller, Irish American (?(,and Irish Citizen .(?).. . ' , . .' Never!, - ' I live the editors nf tliosn Trili nitiAn been assaulted or. threatened by. Protoa- tants.' . ...,.( , Nivor! ; ' ". '.' ' V ' To what' would , you . attribute this silence nud forbearance to cowardice, or fear? To contempt, and to the right of free dom of speech; of thought, and pf writ ing. IIow do Irish Catholjcs respect the said rights? By mobbing Protostant religious meetr iugs. . -.. .. : . . "an you give u an eximplo? Tliolisands. Well, for want of space limit yourself to a few. ' The rcDeatcd attcmuts to nss:isiin.itennil poison Qavazzi, tho Italian Luther; the SAtidinT of throafpniiinr lnltirn tr tint nrlWnra - o , - - o J - - of American Journals, and many others; mecrea ing oi riots last mil, ui JNew York, and this summer in Brooklyn and tho warn ing of Americans thatlrishmen ( Catholics) will never, tolerate proachors speaking a gnirrtt popery. , Have tlie8e "bitter citizens" formed nnv poculiar secret sooiofy? i eg mi l What are they, and by whom havo these. oecn lounauu; Bjdini established the order of tho Irish Sanfodists, (Iloly Faith,) John Mitchel gave new lite in this country to tho bloody Kibbimm'cn, Patrick McCurty rc-organized tho Hibernian, McCkie, tho jfenitout.foim ed "tho Inquisitors," and MoMasdtf, of the Freeman' Journal, created . the society of tho "TWO llUNDliEt) iNCENDIAniKS." .What is tho objoct of thoso secret soci eties? . ; To chock all efforts of tho Americans for ropoaling laws which aro unconstitutional, or itijnrioui to the wolfaro of tho country, or apt to thwart the religion of Christ; and to attempt to rule in America, Do you think that they will succeed, that the American people will -submit to thoso things? . - i Of that, myot, wo "know nothing."! Know Nothixo, vs.; Jesuits. The Boston Pilot protends to be a great enomy of secret organization ;pn whjoh tropio U dUooursoth thus: , ; , , Wo ran meet the Know Nothings on thoir own grpund, becanao the Church for bids socrot organizations. As to the right of defending ono'a, own life, family and properly, there U nq questiou. The nat uraltaw and evry other Jaw allowing it. But stand by, and you will seo this Know Nqthtngism foil to pioces from intoinal causes of dissolution, . And yet, in tho same papor, 27th ult., the editor ays: .:-.-' The Jhi says that "tho Ordor of Jesuits exist in this country, and i in n flourish ing oondition." s, and it will exist when our oontompornryjmd it, eupportors will have gone to the tomb of the Capu- Thk Bihlk at Lvnn, MA?sIMr. John Batcheldpr, who lias tangh sohool Ivrenly- frtll r VHAhA ' ill T.ttnn artma WcaI, nn - J ....... ... . i v-.iv it i. n n bu( t quostod two of tho children to bring Tosta- mnfji to' H.tiDnl. nnrl iiTiaip nlL,tvlnw lUm three or four weeks to do so, he ' told them that if they- did "not bring the books thoy would be provided with them. rAftr tlm school was dismismedion of the children, a little girl, wont to the teacher and said, "My father say ho don't want - me to read "'.he Bible in school; he' got one at homo, and that' enough." This wa the; first inti mation tho .teacher had of tlio. ennse why the ffill did not read as ha has never h- fore had any Catholics in hi achool. ; Tho rules oi tiie school committee piovido that the Biblo slmll ha., rmid in milio.il. uiwl iu. Qommcnd that tho reading be nueompanicd wnn some otiier auvotioiiat exercise. , Wr Batcholder applied to the committee for in structions' whether, the Biblo should be read by the scholars. ; After considerable discussion, the committee decided jhat the Bible should be, read by all tbe sehoart, and they have instructed the toaoh,er "to en force the ruler --. -.'...' " XarTbree . Rusaian .,)ijpahden"3rith virB!inuj iripave on .oaptared by;tji lie allied fleets in the Black gearjmd. tajienru; tp t YtTvlt. 6ixa,Greek yeRsels, carrying "supplies to , the 'Russians baveValkqJ.b'een captured and" senf in tharge of Ipritb cr4ws to ContNanHnopler. '-. ' :' .j.'.l' An Iaisu Mimtaev Movkstekt. A few days since.a jnecting nf the. Captains com manding the Irish jCathoiio companies in the 21st Brigade, whold at Barr's Hotel in Sixth street, below Chesteut.and anoth er H.to be h-l this evanini at a. tavrn, corner .of Master anJ Cadwalader 8t.,he' scene of tbe . Jrish papist oiutragei upon ' American freeman ten years ago this very month in May. 1844. There are various rumor afloat as to the object of these Be- cret movements; prominout-Amonghom-i one that the Irish companies in tltat Jig ade arc organized fur the purpose of mak-. ing it an JnsH isrigaat, to rip, nnucr Die rwmnand of Irisli ofllcerfe.' BucN-orgHii-zlions have 'created so much bad feeling in NeWjYork, and been uflnonftceil.by tho entire press .of that .city,, j The following is the lift of tire Irish companies in Philadel phia: lllbemia Greens, Cant.' Vandvke; Irish Volunteers, Cupt. Pat. Conroy; Men-M gher Guards, 1st Co., Lapt, liarvey; hnt met Guards, "Richmond Artillery, Captain Cullcu; Manayunk Rifles, CapU J. Conrov; Sai-ficld Rifles, Capt. Lewis; Shield Rifle, dipt' j: O'Bymet and tho United Rifles.. When it is remembered that those -men have in their possession upwards of seven hundred musket and rifles, and that poor Shcfler was shot dead by a Lieutenant in one of those Irish companies, the impolicy, danger, and Insulting wrong of such A for-1 eign organization must oe odvious. 11 will lend to difficulty; depend upon it. - Tlio A merican copl will not content to have their (lives and .'llWi'ties in tho power, of 'aliens armed against the spirit of our Con stitution and laws. - Can nothing -bo dono to check it? Philadelphia Sum -:. ) ' Tif ; - "'' ' " , jf5TTlie work upon, the stone . work of the bridge of the .Cincinnati, .W.ijmington and Z.nnc8villo llailRaod ovor tha Muskin- gum at tins pot nt is being rapidly pushed forward, Tho third or centre pier, is just about completed-- loavjng but ; .onq .more pier and one abutment (ope put up. ..The workman are now busily engaged in exca vating the bank on the wost; side prepara tory to laying tbe foundation for the last abutmont. Zanesville'Courier ' ('..' jTSTlt has transpired that the.oldcft son of Uio Prince , of .Trussia, (heir to the throne) is to mmy the,, princess. Royal of England whei) she j,s ixteou-.which will boinalittlq more than . twe, years.- Her father requested-- lonve.to lot the. lad pass tho interval in England,, whore ho- might acquirq tho language and study thoi, laws; but tho King of Prussia ba . peremptorily refused, plainly doclaring that (England was a country of which the kisewnsknown by a Prussian prince the bettor. . PBKDBSTiNATiQiirf-r"Do you;beliove in predestination?': said tho captain of a Mis sissippi steamer to a dergyman who hap pened to bo travelling with him: st "Of course I do.'? .,-; i ..: ... .1 -. i "And you also beliwe that. what, is to be, wiil bo?" . "Certainlj." ' . , ; ' "Well, I am glad to hear if,": ' . ' , "Why?" . - . ' "Bociuise, I intend to pass that boat a head iii fiftoon c6nsecutive minulos, if there be any virtue in pine knots and loaded safer ty valves. 8o don't be ularmed, for if the boiler .ain't to burst, thon it won't. ! ' ' Here the divine began'' putting on hts hat and looked very muoh likdbackingouti which tho captain obsorving, he said:, ; "I thought you said you believed in pre destination, And what Is to be will be." ' ' "So I do, but I prefer being a little near er the stem when U takei place." ' ' It is tho motivo that, more than anything else, render's an action good or bad'. How ever fair the look of an notion mav bo, if .tho right motive be wanting, the action is hollow: it tho motive bo a bad one, the ac tion is rollon at tho core. Who cares for an outward seeming, or show of friendship or affection, unless the heart bo on tho snuio terms? Who does not prizo a rough out side, when it covers an honest inside, more than tho most fawning fondness from a heart that U' cold and falfe? Thus it is right to insist on tho principle for thoir own sake, ' becauso tho principles' givo their value to tho action, . not the action to the principloi,' for they, aro dross, i The principles aro! gold on which is to bo placed the stamp: and, if tho gold is not good, tho stamp will befrdofectivc. .' .' What meal is pleasanter than a Sabbath morning breakfnot at home, in the bosom of your family? ' Tho'bright sunshine streams through your curtained windows, tho" far off sound of holy bells, is wafted upon tho brcozo, and before and around you are the swcot smiles of thoso whom yon lovo. The cares of the world are temporarily for gotten, and a brighter and holier feeling draws upon your heart. You experience in the full sense of the word that the Sab bath Is a day of rest and prayer, and the holy influence of the time and hourmakes you a better and happioi man.1' " 1 " ". ' Tbo rising'' generation ' requires this: that w'helt , they perform a secular action, that that action snould. Href il, III si. Ilt.t.ivt3 II1U co-opporation of their ojvn!' judgment. ynu wncn mey puriorui an action Wiucl) relates to,' God or a human being, that act must firs,t receive the approval of their own conscience. "these two rrtles 'aro beyond pncer.evory human bci,ng should cherish thenias.lifeischerisliod. , v. , I 'Take, tho hand of tho friendless. i Smilo on the sad and .dejected. ; '.Sympathiso with those in trouble.,' Strive everywhere to diffuse around sunshine and joy.' If you do this you will be sure to bo beloved. ; ' He that Will soil his fame, will also acll tho public interest. ($Wo. ' .' ,- To mako too much haste to return ah obliiation. is a sort of inirratitude.JJorAe- Gralitude Is a duty none' can b'$ excus ed from, because It is always at . our own disposal. Cian'on.' ,.-...- Praise from tlu3 common people is gon orally faiie, and rather follows vainpor ons, than virtuous pao.rBicit :lijt , f ; He who .receives a. good 'Jura,; should forget It; he whb'doies;one; should never romembor il.-f-.Cam-ti ... J j..- i It b with the followers at court, as .with followers on tho road, who firat beepattoY those that' go beforo, and. then tread on their liccla. Swift. "'" ' " ' , "TroI-'buc jh yxtAKA'iao.-Tho0 'Cleve' Innd Pluindenrcr learns by private lotter that Gov.Wood did Vibt leave" Valparaiso on liis return home as h'o ftnticSp'ate'd.bwing to' a tliflfculty which occurred tjbtyfoc'ii .(ho authorities and'seme American citizens at that port? 'TJh'e.'Oovefnorr,-Ticting as Min- iUr,,iWlu uwwitntuii. u uisu tut ino mujrvcn It, . t-LS .I V t - , - - , -,.: yon.oian, vmericRji frmaa vcsser-'ine particulars. Ve shallsoon he able to glvo in . Thb Misxesota Land Fbaco. A Miu nesota paper thu plainly . peak of the late fraud perpetrated bv the" Clerk of the Houee I- AZ " w. 68 n.B,"?B -,. ""r-rl"Hll . . . J . ! .TI ..: i . nuiu in me MinneSOiariana Dili. ; . CAVS thallsna erer iiu Id ihtarNT,ti lb- i "Since the passn-e of the, bill.wt ImlU iicara iv 4 it whispered nraong knowiJicf ono, f -toi'iia i-! .-ii.ri s.jio mole .m. vJTn ? t hT1 m1 ",9 IfyK, x?u UUU .f ill' Kind.; ato- bill had bceh 'sold,5 and tho first f (,,, H.,fon.i,tim, of pas am a, that the lat'o1 operators would talce the lands under last wmter'e act of our Legislature.- "Until this racen. exposure,, ..bowpver, wo little un dtfVstouidthe nature ; of . .the gamo that had been played. V little dream ihat the r.-,., panious harpies aiid'Fpeculaiora who labor ed so-' strenuously Inst winter for tho pass age of au act,-by whicli they should make theii fortune nt tho expense" gf tho. terriljo ty,wpuld descend to Nuch despicably low cunning and meanness spoil freacliordus, Indian warfare as to sneaintb the Clerk's room, and alter an 'cugr6ised b!H, giving thefharter to- parties - for vhorn- it was never Tintendcd. If ve ever entertained any doubts about tho corrupt, means used to pass the charter'1 through our LegUfla. ture, thjs. finishing etrokejias removed them all." ' . ' , ' v ' : 1 : : i ' ' 't''' ' - v ' -.M. ). Major D. L. Wood, a Democrai, mid Lbcal Mail Agent for Cleveland; OWd, has been, decapitated. lie was -Eutspected of being a Know Nothing. Mr. Stephenson, An Englishman, has'bceu appointed' in his place. .r-;. r .-t kov ..i -u "Tlie London ' Times declarcs'the burning of San, Juan to be ','oho of the mostijittra ordinary outrages ever eommitted by tlie commissioned officers of a civilised state:'' .Hon. S. Plumbr of Ashtabula .cpvnty, lias old his farm, and is preparing to erai- M.nfA i If.. ? . 1 1 n r: iu nttuma,. uucouipaiyoQ uy Ullv Or sixty families from tho same county, " "The company go out this' fall as we uiuierstand. iJ.. JL . ' - - . ' ; . t i .The ' Cholera - at Mosthkaj,. The Montreal Herald; of the 22nd inst.j pub lishdd a Btatement of the 'ravages of the ch'olora 'in that city' daring tho present season, and also a comparison of the death during the year 1832, 1B35, 18-19 and 1854, The numberof deaths in 1832, for a poriod of twenty-two weeks, was l,' 895; in 1835, in seven weeks, 913; in 1849, in scvcri wctki, 49C; and for eight weeks in 1 854, the deaths wcro 1,186. ; Mukders 3ff Tknkkbree.--A toll-gato keeper near iNashvillo, was kiljud on last Sunday, by a nogro, who the man caught stealing' water-melons. .- . -J J' On Tiiosduy F.vonln); tliesth nt., bv tho Rot. J. A. Surlinir.Mr. ANDIfKW JACKSON VANAWAY and Miaa 8AKAH ASS LKAHXiCH,bolliof tlii. rlly. , , died. - ' ' On the 1st Intl.. at the rPsUleiireoriinrfathor.'InHnrV ilifT towiwliip,- Fuirltald county, Ohio, MARGAKKT IIUKTKR, dnuglitttr of Thomnn H. and Abigal Iliintor, after nn illnuas of 6 daj a, aged ii5 joiira. U months and Wilay. -. ... ' - - - ", j . ' Tno dorcmcd wat Hnlvftrmlly beloro, licr' aihlnbla deposition, liorreoKlepoitruruu, aiid axumplary chrln tlnn clinnictKr, Ruined for lu-r lite adorutiouof lior now bereaved parents,- the rove of her brother and matom, and tho liijfheMont'ieinof the community la w hich una Uwi, eiidof wliU'h Klia was a bright trrnunieiil, C. NEW ADVEIITISEME'JS. AN ICI)1.1!SCE i , . f. Toproventllie mile of lleor, Ale, Porter. Wine, and nil iiitoxlcuting drinks on tlie Subbulli duy. SVC. 1. BtHorilaiurjbtltTicCityCounritofthtCilt) uf I.antmlcr, 'I'hnt It aliall ld unlawful for any pr? son r ii-wi,lii any uiauu.tr, to sell hi an? quaintly, on tho nwt duy of tlie week, commonly cnllu'd rlumluy, Hwr,Alo, Sorter, VVino, or other Inloricntiliir drink In, ujioii, or about Hm preinl.-itii wlliro Hold, or to veil Iho mine tolw r)ruk.iu any adjoining room, or promt sas eolinoi-tuil therewith. - i ; rat-, a. ThutM ahaU bu iiukuvful tor the Kocpor of Koepi-r or Hroiirictor or Proprli-lora of aay Onx-orri Kaloon. Keatuuiiiiil, t Clluror Kutinn Hou9U,tokee,or hnvn the Mime Bpen u n lint dm liny of the week, com monly railed Hnlay,mnn(l for a placo of public rswrt. Src. H, I'hnt It ilinll bo uiilunful for the lii-epor or Keoper,ewiMeior or Proprietors of any Orni-err.Sfl" loon, llttitnaruiit, Ccllur or.Kuiinj Huuse.to ,-li i'li.-mv ipianllly.oii lliu Brst duy of'llie n oi'l(,('oniiuiiiilv culled Sunday, Boor, Ale, i'ortor, VVino, or olhor Intoilent inf liquor, t f . Htr. 4. 'flint avory p?rnn offoinllnicliy Ilio violation of tho provisions of eillior of His prei eo'dlnir serttoaa, shall forlll nnd pay a line if not let than live dollurt. nor mort tliuu twenty-live dollars, anil bo-tmprhuinc.i iu thojuil ofllio touut) not leas tliuu ooeMtiy, nor.more llinu len.d!iys, aiol puy IliucoiUof proJiteirti'nu. . This oniiuiinco lu lake tirWl anil b li force from auil nflor It, lt'(l piiblleriiion. K. Vol; SO, Cilf Ctrl;, pro. tern. ' Septowbet 1, ieM9m W A VALUAltLK f A It .11 TOR SALE, j Acrosof Urst rate upland mid bottttm tnea dow, alargi) linpmreincnl, amile and peach Orehard of tbo bust grafted fruit, many ttioaant springs, a hewed log burn and house, a large quantity of ht-wiug llmlurnnil aaw-logs. Tliy land to be cold in lots or t'gethur,sltuated on a good r.mtl, similes from Lan caster, and one mllo front Pnitt's 8a Mill i For terms apply to CllAULKS DlltBLE, . Madison IVwnsliiii, Falrflebl roiiiitv, Ohio, or to - . - ' ALFRKU MeVKIOll, j 1 ' ' Land Agent, Lancaster, Ohio. ! So-itmbor 7, lfjl 18if - - ' r- ' ! Ltvaa Dtssma-Carior's Spanlth Mixture, as rc- leilyfor liver tllscoje, aud the number of formidable evils connected w ilb a disorganized stale of that orgiui is unrlvallod. Hundreds of certificates, from the highest sources of persons, living In the city of Kirhmond, Virginia, might ba given of euros effected by Carter's Spanish Mixture, We havo only room to refer to the xlraordinary cure of Samuel H. Drlukor, Esq., of the firm of Drinker & Morris, Booksellers, Richmond, Virginia, who was cured by two botUel of Carter's Spanish Mixture, after ihree years suffering from diseased liver. He says Its action on the blood Is wonderful, better Utan all tbe wotlleitle lie bad ever taken, and cheerfully recom mends tt to all. Sco advertisement lml8 . r TWO FAKTIS toil MLB. T OFFF-M (brsala niy farius adjoining tbe town of uiuiiinore. vno cniiiuining to, acres, ail under fonco, Iho other, Wtt acres, niosllvunriur fanes. Ixilli ! iaiproved with good Innn buildings 'audteoiivo I tilenl to mills mid markets, l 'ntso offitr for sale Ihe roeery niiiiding on tno tiltie Canal l the town of Bui- llmoro.toirethor with the lanraatahlo and lots, all now iu the occupancy of Tobias K. Onibe. Any )irson, wishing to jiurcliaso miy of Uiu ubove described pro perty will please call and examine -for themselves. ! ' ' JOIIM (ilUl)K.- : . . Baltimore, Fairdold ootinty ,01ilo,Sepu.i, itut Iwl3 OSE JE!VT llEWtllD, RANAWAY from the subscribes, on the Wta of An; gust, last, Gxoros W. Wabskn, an iiidwuotl approntlre to the Humes., and Trimming business.- 1 hereby farwarn all pursons from hsrlwrlng or trusting sainueorge v Wurren on my arcoupt, as I ill pay no , debts of his. contracting. The above reward will he; paKl lo any person bringing said hoy to the undesign ed, but nouxlrn expenses paid IWialever.. - Lanoastr,Scpteinbor 7,lVj4 SwI8 ' ' '- i.siiiic six srevrg resiecr. "VrOTIfiF. Is htroby glverl, thnt-sv IU duly appointed oaexerntora oi Utvca, deceased, Intoof Fnlrlield are have this ditf beea ofthe Estate of Prrita d cnuutv. Ohio. Per sons knowing themselves Indebted lo said F.stSle are noiilled to make Immediate settlement, and all persons hnvlngclaims against said Estate are reitiestod to pre sent them duly authenticated within one year. .. JK.RIAH HAVKR,),- r- Sept.e,ie5t-4w GFAlRGK HAVER J ;. i .ii. .... ;,.'' ,i . L,' r SPOUTSJIKN, rAJliEHS, LIVERY ANI Stagemen and all tvbo bare afood lionet look niiuii; ENNETT GARRETT rospeetfully reminds on that he Ik still bainmerins awnv on eerf Strlsl (a lls ? sf.Lcaltr. where ho is alway s on hand lo IroalcriDidcd horses. Anexperlence ef tiearlyO years, and many vears of that lime uuderlho instruction of ao emaent Veterina ry Siirgenn, enables bint to eonfldrnlly undertake the mt dlfnshlt-eaeee.. Ja KilUF.lNft he holds himself aeeoad in none, . , r - if): Ills rcruitatloh I? now so well known lhat hor ses are aautlo hltn to be shod from ntost of the neighboring cities aud town. Ills Shoelnc Shun hei-omtnodiitionsam so amine thnt net rlelenttnii or delay will ever occur, -. BENNKTr GAKKE1T. Lancaster, August SJ4, 18i4 lllmlfi ill Id A ,. , t . . 1 A I L' -ROAD !Q sK9 - AR E I U. US, SiUILM,!, "WTARJnst received hlsSPRWO antl rMMKftsnp- I nlv of HATH PASS at his ntd stand: nmittkm TtUm4tt Mme.Moin Strtetx Lout tilers Qsie.i His . slock has boon selected wllh case and embraces rKretrr Varlerrtrf ItRSaAr Capsi , Ineliidlng White ricavar, Molskia, No. l , VT andS Cbtna'and Pedal Straw and Leghorn, Hals; Men, Koys and Child sens Palra Loaf, from lato 3Ji-AloMsnsii Boy's Far and Weor.ltossulh Uata, Toys and Chlldrcnt Fancy IJan;hlch wlU tie sold at the Jo west prices. lgAorn Hats, washad and bleached at the ihorfst notice. ITT-Pou't forget the nlscs. MsyS, lfM. M. FMADLKeV.' THE CHEAT II.1T AND CAP STORE both H-iroLrx.ir.F a.vd Rr.Tjtr.. ftQB :RT FlSLQING ' 1 i TTT IK iti . ..I (a,n T'tiil. I nh 1 ,0J"?5a i. ,bti Slot OV iMti AX Pedal and China Mraw: il and ( hina Mrw; 4 LKGOIUi d MAKtLAf- - .: I'ivT, Kiwutli ItiiU.bntb Fnf nd Wool; t Oiler and While ltaaver, fof uutmori , InlOKl plinpr Ktyle CmimIiihto JlnlAi f . , rnoi lioTV Cliildrenf riiutynf ,Brul4 LKliBOKS ai)d MAKILAj- - , .. Palm lf, Knwntli ItiiU.bolh Far and Wool; . Fine Tho All sorts ol UoysAr CUilUrenV FiiutY IIMs, nnTtt vitr. wnnr. axu ktijawi f fl of whUh will Ti nolrt on the inort reasonabi IBrnn.Hjwer than arbi-fur.- ,s - p fzr K. B. Coumry Merriiaul. will da well dt railing abd exuutlnlnff mv stock bt-forc purchasinj; elm-when-. i. Unoa.i.r,ilay,10,ii4,i;. i ,Jt. HIKl.UINGi fl. Kf llTTi IEN TIST. 3 pcned JiUneW office"in EiciK$- rick Builttinp,JUain Street, as Ae here li ean W ftMiad ererr dnv duviitir business UoHrs.fj-oui Bio Id A..M. and from 1 to S tf'clotk-; P. H. For ubout 20 yean I have labored constautly to obtain tbat state of porfette Hon in fltliiifr (pinging) Teeth, ikh tiould -rt-snU in saving for life all the natural leeth. - It is nottow b- qaHivo vilh skillful Utnlists whouioruicy can be sav ed or not. and that Is obtained by giviiip a, c;reutor n niomit of labor and enreio each opratlon, aiul-uaeiDg noav out fold nlltas. Kvceea Ip tliiaeourse savoaa vast amount of aufrcrliift Trom tooili-nrlie and from oxtraet lon toetli. and veariiic efartilU-UI toeth, wlildt la the sure tcsuH of doeayett tec-Ui neglected. I Kive my pat rons certified (ruaranteet to be efreetlvodarinffthe lives Of tho riarties,wrrantinr Iha pernimiaooe of Uiotlliiifrs as well as the entire safely of the tooth, so no elurte will ever be made for rupuirlni; if it should beeoine ne cessary. I extraet teeth t all time and treat dhwast-s of tho month. Thankful or the vr' lilwral pntl-oiieire I have received from thajtitliouta of Falrtleld ounty or tlie last lSyour I . ruapeuUullr tiir iu ;ntin- nnncoi - ' ff. J5COTT.' n Way , eM-ml y.n t-'i-.;-,' - r ;-.. I BREAD!' BREA D!ti, RE AD"J : :r . : '..-.sJii;E,nEEaTrj!-,'v.;-r -TTOXJI.Orespecirirthr announce to tko eiUaons oM w r . Jjiue-aster tv u i rm , uini ne nas coipmenced the Urdf L,lKlt luK oV Cracker KtaHIni; in conuoctlon with liisforinerbakin,ckis Bdv.pwriared xo n n,isn FAiniLii'M with every thlnjr in lite above line. Having In lilt em ploy the best of baiters, he reels confident that he can please nil wrlio may favor him with a cull. ; . rrr"''all athis.Store oir Main Street, and alsa at his Bsko-House, eoriinr of Columbus ot Mulberry atreets. , Miater,Julji is, 1HS4,; ;. .-r- ( . , , , Franlclia Couity, OKioProbuteConr( i ...,'. i1 PETITION TO' SKLL. i I.ydia PeOVnliaugh, Guardian of C'arolus and Lenia 1). DefTenbauglij i. Hur Wards.; - : , ON the 23rd day of September, IS.H, at 1 o'clobk.P. M., on the premlnes, In UtUopAlis, Pairtol Comv t, Ohio, win bo sold ib following Heal Estate, to-wlt: KastlialfoMii-Iot. Jla. 7, In the Vilhigo of I.lthopolla, forioorly called Ceniervllloj wlilvh will more fully sp b6nr rrora the Records of snid Vlllau.-, subject to a dowerof M per year to the said Lvdla IVnVrbaiigh. . Appraised, subject Io said dower, to 1450. . Terms nfalu Ona-llilrd In hand, balance on'o-UiIrd In on and two yatirs. with Interest swnrsd bv niort- U'JJIA WSfriilVllAlIGH, AiiBtistlS.-lPjwij puardlan, &e. ' JropQal by Mreet Committee. C1KALKB PHOPOKAI.H will be received on or beforo tho Fourth day of h'entenilior novt, by the Ktreet Commltliie of the City of Lancaster, for the followliii! Work nad JMnt.irials: . , , ' . , 1. For tho-dellvory of Three Thonsnnd Sqnaro Yards of go,M Huuliler Stone, suitable for Gutter paving at cvrtnln puliits within tbo city limits aa directed by the Street t:oiiiilttoo ...... S. For luying down 3'Thousand 8qnare Vanis, more orless of Houlder Stona in a good ami workiuatillke maimer, irrulurtke rilrectloaaf the Htreet Coiiitniune. 3. For funiUlung and laying down One Xbousand Sqiiiiri) Yards, mote or less, of goof- Paving Bricks within the city limits and undor. tho directum of the Street Committee. Porfurlher iMirilenlnra apply lo the-titidjrslgnod, OomititlUie on Slroeu and Alleys. " - - - F. J. BOVINO, " ; S. (i. FOSTKH, ' - - ' - JACOU KHOFF, . . Lancaster, August 2-1, 1S5I-10 N. VOUNG. u Court of Common l'lea, Fairlieltl - Cuuu- ;., ,....,',.'. ty, Ohio. ,: . , : - ' petition; William T. Urnmfl.'lil, Kxocutorof Duvld Drttmaeld. 4. Jljraintti - - -V Jacob Reiner anil Caroliiu his Wif.t. Herman Edwards and Missouri, his Wife, aud othors. rHIHIS Petition is filed to Sirecloso n mortsiige given by Uafemlant. JaeoU Kclner to 1'lnintlll t i sm-uro Ihe payment of SUM Gu. hold ill trust bv tho Plaintiff. for tbe seven lluirs.ff Nancy, (Uluiore", of avlioni tlu DefHiKliint, Missouri Kilw arditis one. II is nlU-g:td in the Petition Unit snlt i)il'itiidunl, Kejiu't. has 'paid lo, su Id IMHktndam, Uditurtl and Wifj; tlijlrfull atrtrlliu live slrj of s:ld fuml, ' ' Tlioohiedof lltis'sullts to eollet ib.-t sniri nf.-mnM ml tovnidluilVo)t.s,wakis.dlaUbJiUiir lborte( (tpoii cquilubK- prlltt-iples. , . ' notice isHereiore iirely given to-snld nof.h(lants,i Kitwifrdsaml Wife, that tliey aro required i answer PlaiiililTs Pi lllion nir-Alnmlu) ftlh of (Mnher'nngl. jou. l-. liHAKKIS, Atturnegjur L'etilioHcr. Atigust31,Jtljr-MilJl- . - v Pt'llKUAXT loan ordor of the Jrbpto Tourt of Puirlli'ldcountv. Ohio, wn n ill si-ll liv nulilin r... due al the Court House In tlm City (rt'Uni u-a.'r.in said: county, bt-twuen the hours of 10 o'clock, A. -M. aud 4 o'clock, P. M., . On ,TJoml), Nr-ptrmlier is, tftfltt ' . 'I'lie bnlnnee due on a decree of Ihe Court of Common Pious of suld county In our favor as K.tecutor of the Ktute uf Jacolr Hub.r. seti., ileeeust,!, utrrin Jucal, Klninilns, cMiniuu-d at the sum of 1 4il, on the 1st of April, IH44 and sulijuct to the iutorcst from that dato.' Terms of aulo cualun band , , , ' T. P. AKHRItOOK, . v '. . ' .JOIIS FHHKI),- " August IS, lr.Vt 5tvl3 . Kxceutori. .1 Olt M.l.ft. . riHE undersigned, agent for lite MVrolianls and Jfo .1.' cbnnlcs llank of Wheeling, Virginia, will sell al private sale on reasonable tonus, that valuublo Real Kstate sltnntu on the corner of Columbus anil lli',i: M"M ritreets, Inmstor, known as tho SWAN Ji-virfe IJOTKb, Invliidlng the w hole proporly, formerly owned by Thomoe U. White, Ksq. - If not sold, that iart of said propertv occupied asthd Swan Hotel, will be for rent after Ihc'llrst of October noxt.' ,v.. f. ,11. H. HUM KK, Agent, die. : Luuoastar, AiisiisfI7,iei4 IS , . , A NEW, STOCK. ,. . ATfe-r and well cloctctl lot br Crocprie -....o. . . , ... . ., . ,.' rfAVE ,,,t been received l.y the subscriber, fit hi hi ,uim,.n .... uun., uwi ais Groceries will botsotd by me As choap and of as good quality as cau be found In any similar establishment in the city. ' .1 luive Just roeoivad a choice lot of Cranberles, Lem ons, Figs, Pruns, and also a general variety of Nuts, such as Almonds, Brnzll Nuts, Coco Nnts, A-c. , Also, a splendid lot of Old Western Reserve Choose. . GEORGE J. WYGUM. j Lancaster Feb.T, 1M f9 ' i ! DKNT1STUY. ; ,; . Or.-milium IT. Kins, j I50HMEKI.Y Demonstrator of Mechanical Denllstry, v in tlie Ohio College of Dental Surgery at ClncltiuH tl,'respeetftilly Informs Iho citizens of Lancnstrr and vi cinity, that ho still cont1nucs.Uiu prActico of his profes sion, al his old stand,'' aud Is prepared to perform all operutiuns pertaialng to his profession. , , All operations warranted oomfortnlde, nnd to render good servh-e. 'Full sot of Tecih.lnserled en the print-i pie of atmospheric ipreosuro,, 'All other operations akilfullv performed. ' irroiucit, Main Street, one door East of Ihe Ragl Printing Olllco, ) ; ,,May l, lt am rSaiixicE7- -i, -..,. NGTIOD U hereby- gttren, thSjt a petition wlU be pre sented to the Coiiiinlssioiiors of Fuirlleld county, at their tie wtem her Kosslons A. 1). lcV,, nrnvinu for a vacation af Ui jou.l: eominenciiigntthe Southwest cor norof ihsl.ipdsof Abramjlnusvholdef, lute of Rnsh ercek tuwnship, deceased, and the lands of David V, Davis to Iho Northern boundary of suld lands: thence West between the lands of John M. Johnson and tha lands of said Davis, and the heirs of Enaaw Johnston to lite road leading from Bremen to Somerset and there lermlnnle. , MANY PETITIONERS, i July.ig), 18i4wl3 ... . NOTICE is hereby given, that a petition will be pre aentedte the Con inlsslonerr of FatrSeld county, al their Sitpteaibor Session, A. 1). lHSt, praying for a vacation of a part of the Lexington road, commencing at the Southwest corner of thelunds of Abraham Clem ens, and tlienue Bast to the foot of Ihe hill near Voris' Mill I'onil.and Iu lion tli.-reor estubllsbtho road now la use leading past Vnris' Mill. July!ni,lit-4W13 , ; MANY PJlTITtpNERS. ' ' x'-:' :'.''noAo. NOTice . T'VI'OTirE Is hereby given, that a petition will bo pre i sented lo the Commissioners of Fnlrlield enunry, nt thoir September Term, inn, praying for an alteration of a county mad. beginning at the Marietta road near Christian U. Kiury's and ending at the old Marietta road near Geneva; beginning nt the east corner ofthe bridge at William Wolf 's Jllll! thence east to the linn between William Wolfaad Isaac Slemen; thence north lobg the Hue uutll it intersects the eld road. July SKJ, MANY PETITIONERS, .t t . - .; s- , ,i;. ,'. ; j ,',.' CIniaiaueJtIIockins;HallrBjsl)sisiisinr fSO-OTICE Ishereliv given, that the Directors have i mado a call for the payment of SperceeU npoa the stock seliecriptioae to this coinpsny, payable In 30 day after thls date. Jflll.Y n. TWARTI!s, TV.ssrsr.a iAucaslsMa7.17,lrtaeTrTJCagle cpy4 weeke - -"'' : .. . J. . t . -v , n. j. KneiDER," ' . . . f 'Mftiw Ittmrt, I,ni-astT, Oititi, - , A tot Mutosd on oUirniiilartv' , ia-l'itsind Life Insurance couipsnjea. . . . . v December ;t) 3.-.- 3 - iw J t ;'P"v( :l7PHsietl i ! JUfiT arrive by eirpreas the tanrett slock-of Pi netsever reeiveH In Lancaster, iii'lndf tr Otm, kinerTroltln fftelgvaejaKBid. Lane, .J cm ! e.titit Ssstrnand Preach Lee, ta ' -V "- ' H--ArI-tee- ' "- V-nj u it.-oi jt-i,i,vrvf ' BOSTON BOOK STORE, - wuii-E' v,orflf . rvirj tix TiEirr, .. LATtiCASTDl, OHIO. -, v , TnK4ib7iberhsvln ro-flu,l tb jr,( Wk!,r.lk,Mn si,,,.,, , dro,c,u?.! v Bounce tollleli;s,,,flauca,lc,.Ildj,'r?.," ty, Uiat he will .,,.n on MUay. June fin ii largest a, d Uv-st l.e.o.1 slock .1 Bk, . t-n His stock of Sctvpl Bert, will be complete; somuYta. Inr aa It do.s. all those lo use la tlw .. J,' ! , this City, and In all others In Falrtleld CountI , Ti" chilly. Tba Jf..i..w works are of th lautsl po". Arnmramvirts hare-need -made-wftli the Bast.ni 'Pnh Ushers to forward all new worksaa soon as issued A cflianlstg assortment of Thie?!, e , SroI U srHsti C,,(u, wm (lAltA n and any deleted nolon baud; lll be pfottfred al uT shortest notice. , W001 oek of , BtinUf, tad JVscAoH'eafirotks always on baud. I Sfofio ry in this ealubllshment wfj) 4 of 1h best Thcatock of Wafl Paper, 'BorbnUanU. WHaSow Shades will consist of all styles and qualities. tho pa per ranging trom 10 cciits,to tX.H per bolt. - . French Phita O A Puis Jugs ami Kiinvings of alt qualities. . r.. . . tfilt Picture Frninosi - - " ' ' Bibles, Prayer Books; Teslarhf Ms Ttnd rtymn Books of all denotn.'nstlens, and all quality, ulsy ba nrscuiaJ at reasonable prices. ' ' ..... wi'vi .,' . Legal Cap, Lcuor and Sole Paper of all qualities and styles. - : -. - ..i. V ;..:. , Mourning Paper,' Envelopos, Rewards of Morit, Ad dress Cards of all styler, ihnwing Books, Paint Boxe, Ftaol Pons, Gold Pen of all styles, auuerOiia Scaling Wax, Wafera, Ink btaDds. Porirolios, Writiug Books Slates, die. i , -.-(. . ..... Jtcsic. This Dfpartnrnl will open with JW lUtHrei Pi'tim Just uublUhodta tlieiisatern Cities, and will bareplen 'tsltoil oa(4,aud a Circular contnlnlpg n.isf oiMa sie will btissued every four weeks and delivered to our Afssical Friend at their sldellces. . Our assortment is composed of compositions frorn Uio following Authors, via Jullien,' Gottschalk, Wallace, Utrakoscb. six) the great . Weiltr MusicUnr Ueury hUeber. Music Books bound to ordor. ' - ' Al. B. W UDGE havtng for the past eight years been connected w.llh a Publishing House frj Rostim,' Massa husetu.hositates not In assuring his friends and tho imhljc, tliat in tha aelgcUOtt and pti reffase of the shore stork, his faullitlruLSre uasiirpaastid.euabilng him to sell af Bosiar hj-irtt. V.HI-li.BeguarBirtorslo3o. - . Toaohtrs, Country Merchants and others, will Arid it fo-ttwlf adanfcit to aaUand top feliuf tbe on Ariees eanuotfail to pluaMall. .. . The following list of Monthly Magazinea will be found npnn our cminler, and will l 'furnished by Ai Yui orslngVy, tIi!- - , - . . . , Frank Uslle'i LmliM BooV of PaslKftha.'"; : vIlluatratod Magnnlna of Art, SO Engravings Gotlty'a Ladys Hook, Harper's Monthly Mngailne," PuUintB's, Graham's, Psteraon'i ., , do, - Knickerbocker- ' 1 --j a-J vt 4... .j'-tc Also, Gloason's 'Woekly Plcttirial,- . , ,, .Flag of our Union, Yankee Notions, Ae.'' J V-r One of Gilbert's Boston Pianos can be seen at this jinuionsiinipni. V' ; '-D. II. MUDGB. JnneC,lK5. j - f. . CAItltOlX MILIS. (' MiilAey the public tbat M li undersigned having purrhnsod tho Orial i-ioiiring.-uiti uerutoiore owned uy Gen. notds. deettnsed: woiil.l .h.N-hv ItaOtM,. puhlietbat IS IsblsnnrimiA to n,kM tl.t. af I IB il should be, a Grist mill for tho accommodation of Uio nelghborhooil In which It Is located And having se cured the services f an experienced Miller, is prepar ed, as he believes, to do work calculated to please- and therefore solicits patronage. ..MayeOjliSf.. v.j .... . . . J., RAJ)EB,VCHv; fit ESM AUAlVAb t GltOCEUIKH - ' : . AT THE : '., CITY GROCERY STORE! 'r . mziiii t . emixn,'-" One Dsar JTasr of Ike Hoekittf Vtlley Asai, saA Sid, Main Street,, Lauciuter, Oltiat. . ... . E.SPECTFUI.I.Y solicits the attention of his friends 7 m. and customers; and all that mav 'want GimenviM. and who will bean kind as to give him a coll, both froai iuu vi, j nu vuiiirirj , io, niy superior ana complete slock of Groceries, Just redelred, embracing in part tbe fol lowing articles: , ,. ,. JAVA and RIO COFFEE; Young. Hysons St -J Klaek and Imperial TEAS; Xew Orleans Sugar, ICVa'Sl Loaf, Crush'od and Pulverized; Kice, Golden mW Syrup, f. II. Byrup. S. 11. Molasses, N. Orleans do.. Oranges, Lemons, Kais(iis Figs, Prain, Alinirnriaj Pecons, Filberts.Coco Nutsnml Brazil NulsllrloTI Beef, Drlod Tongues and Cincinnati Cured Uauis, English Dairy Cheese nnd W. H. Cream do.,; Kplcc,Clliuamoii, Cloves, Nutmegs, Mnee, Alsplee, Pepjier and Ginger, Sal Soda. Cr. 'itrtar,Snlferals,Ktarcb,Saltpelur, Ext. Logwood, Indigo, Madder, Alum, etc., etc.- ' Soap, Candles, Tubs, Buckets, Brooms, Wash Bords, Baskets, otc, etc. , - . ,- . A line lot of Chewing Tobacco, also Smoking do. and f la-.-rrs: Wines and Wnlkor'a Hnrion Pl 1 ,...nor. al stock of .Notions, Toys, andgreat many other articles. ma i, iras. . 11. A. GEHKLE1H. rilHH Ump 1 X April J I li Igltter, for salo at the city hook storff 5-1. It CONSUL!,. Agent, CI ILT .Mouldings for Picture Frames, for sale at Ihe Xcitv book store . ' Aprll41,lW. JB. CONSF.Lt,,'Agent. ItcmTHCTlIREbvI.. nrGonldXi fi,mjsmin"niid I P. Smith, lor sale at Ihecltv book store Jf Ms WtMv. . B. C1)..NEI,L, Agent; f11'S HK'R t'onmienlary oa the Old uhd Ko-w 'fesia-5 V-'nictit, forsnlo at the oily bwnU ato-ro. April SI, ISM. B. CO.N.VLLL Agenl. "M J"KS. Partington's Carpot Bug of Pun, for sale a if a t"f ti? iM,i,a siorc. A)irilllrlHS4. B. COHJtKLI,, Agent rililKOId Brewery nail Sew Mission House, for sul S al the city book store. A rilH.WH., -. .. B. CONSELUAgrnt. .AKMIil!N' and Emigrant's Book, for sale at the u cilv book store. April SI, 11. ; , . B. COXNE,L,.V?Mtt. TfASCY Articles In great variety, for sale at the clly jl hook stont. . April til, 185-1. ' ; tt H. COSSKI.L. Agent. T I! E O t O It tT:T N G , s MERCHANT TAILOR, i . I Sktrfer's Xtw Bhelc.ietrceenAke TallmaJre Ihtim unit Wirtfer-M Iotel,' ws I Ayitstopeuea a largo and bo tl ineiit of READY MADE Cl.i gether with as choice selection of i beautiful assort- CLOTHING, lo af CetAS. faxi. JLi.sir mmi reetitf. All of which hat been" select ed with great oarc and with special . rofaranee to tho wants and lasts of this community. His long oxperienpo tin Uils branch bf bnslness, Is a sure guranlee Hint his stork embraces tbe choicest and best variety, and his purchase has been ms-.e norm sui-H terms that he can sell at tbe LOWEST POSSIBLE PR I BKS. '3 j ..... . . - Tho pnbllc are respectfully requested to call and ex amine his assortment. He lius on hand a "general as sortmentof . - . ,- BUMMER WEAR, And Is at all times nrenared to accommodate ti old friends, either with an excellent article of Heady mado Clolhliig,orto MANUFACTUKJi TO ORDER, out of the best mnterlnl and by most iu-compllihcd workineu,- me Dest material ami ey most lu-compl -.lied workmen.- J any style of garments, FOR MES AIIOvS. In tho beat and most fashionable manner. He is confident. In tnl.-. respect, that he can give general satisractin jiisassortinent lubracean general variety of Linen Coats, Vestings, .. ,, Kusiienders, a.,,- ,,u , uiiuiioons nosiorv. Sack do Cravats; - ' tTndwshWs, Cariet-bngs, together with all othor articles usually kept In a Gentleman's Furnishing Store, and manufac tured in the most fashionable stylos. ' THE ASSORTMENT IS KKTIRHLY NEW; Ithasbecn purchdsed of well-established houses In the Eastern cities, and miU be arria, to bo mado of good material and In a durable innnner. ' Ho respectfully Invites his old customers and others to call at his new establishment, where ha .will at all times lie ready to wait upon them with uood onona at Tita low rsr aTia. . To Uu hl promtaea, he oaks an examination otlil.slock in trade and Ihe styleand qual. ity of his manufacture. - ' T. TONG. Lancaster, MayS, lMt.'"' ' '' . GrlEATATTRA JOIIX WOBK'jfcTli BHOr. SHE subscriber would respeetfully beg leer lo call tho attention or his fellow-citizens to the fact that as once move permanently established himself In the manufacture or (-7 .- ,.. Tlu, thecMron and CopperWre, And Is prepared to sell at tbe lowest nbssihle rates, every thing thnt ean possibly bo needed th his line. His shop Is immediately tpeoeite IHe Tollmedfrr- Hemee, Main Street, iseslsr,OAie, where hecDnatautly Beeps. on hand avlnrcre lot ot Stoves of evory description, consisting of coal and wood cook stoves, front ess to thirty iollitrt. - He also has 10, 7 and plate stovos, box and wood do,, arid a largo num ber of coal parlor stoves, eommon and tauoy gratos.dtc, all nf which he will sell as cheap as any house West of -the mountains. He invites hi old customers and fellow-citizens generally to com and examine his slock beforo purchasing eUewhero. JOHN WORK. Lancaster, September SR, 1B53 ly .'i-... . ' ttcni 5BMrAlriTiri ict iuit:!!i. fUE undersigned would, respectfully announce to JL the citizens of Lancaster and vh-ln'ty, that ho haa opened a Bakery and Grocery, MMrt ttrtt, rfoers Hut, theUrkis faltef Bank, where bo will keep constantly en hand,. Cater I all atlnrle Bind Craeken, All of which will be sold at wholesale and retail', Per sons wishing Cakes by the hnndred, ean have them at any time, by giving a few hours notice. , Also, all kinds of FAMILY GROCERIES kent con stantly on hand, which will bo sold oa low as otauy othc bouse in the clly. - - ... . Feeling eonUdcnt that hlssToo acid-r-siraewllt sols the purchaser, he earnestly solicits a share n(r public patronage.. ,., ... A. BKKKNEMAM. N. B. Butter, Eggs. Wd, Floor, Baeonect,, taken lo exchange for Groceries, I Jv-, i . i. - : . Lancaster May 1,1864. ., , . -j - ' - - ' rnESHanBIVALOFIWOTS&SBOES. G-D. SHOCKLEY- CO. WonldT rerspectmny In :, form tle pnhlle and TCTdles-ln particalsirOI that they 'have Just received the latest ana aiost approv ed slytuAof Gents' UtlVe-Misses' sod Chlhlren's wear, eneiudlng every thing in the 3oot and Shoe line. - " Tnf'Cllaad see tb,m. fl- II. KlliwlKt VV A. r.n L- leiMiastorvAuly,M,stieV-tW-., J,r ... i eWD AX1 Pf TOflK, PRICKWV--:AVtyf resolved to close out enr STOCK. OF f f SUMMER- O'KiBSjWsj herebjy notify all persona wsrtllrtg f'.oeilsatffow York prions", that we have DE 1 AKMINE3 aud WILL-selhorf oar extenatvo atoek at' 'j.flch lew ftites as shall trrve aereptoble tothepublie. ,' We nurrlvisedour stock fcj Ci-en and osa offer grdatl arjrst'tit, thevefBta alt paraoe wanting gobds.baa beti; ercall promptly. .', , .WUiltir. dIU WA-S, .. LancastesJulylSilKMr k : ' , - r- . '