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n Mi t - " : 1 -1 : -"V. ' 'jP.. i k ! I: j I f ) i ft tLjjc Lancaster tytllt ' " - ? ... .CITY OF LAffCASTJSE: Thandir lUomint Feb. , 185.J i THE HElHTi feV BLlBA OOOK. The heart, the heart! oh, let it b A. true aud bounteous thiug, Xs kindly warm, aa aobly fret, At eagle's nestling Tiny. ' Oh, keep It not, like miser' gold. Shin In from alt beside!' But let 1U. precious stores unfold, Iff mercy far and wide. ' - . Tha heart, the hsart that's truly blest Is norcr all lis own; Wo raj of glory lights the breast That boats fur s.'lf alalia. Beautiful Simile. ," Ilka leave ou trees the race of men la found, How green In youth, now wlth'ring on the ground, Another race Ilia following tyring supplies; The; fall suoceaalvo aail successive rise; So fenerations In their euumi decay, So loaruh those, shes thosa are pass'd away. , Pora. What xr a It Cut IVilbl Apnr-lyof friends Lad assembled one evening, and after discussing tbe various topics of the day, one of tliem remarked : i'Woll, boys, 'sposeyou Iuve all board of David Duncomb's miirriase? Some of them had and some of them had not 'Well,' eontinuod tlio spanker, "he is married, and I was at his wedding. A right merry time we had of it, too, I as sure you; oat there was one thing tlintmr prisod me very much,, and Unit was the man nor in which they cutthe wedding cake. I ean't help thinking of it. Now what do Jtqu think they cut it with?" The wedding ring,' said ono. ; ""No answered the first speaker, 'you mast guess again.' .'A string,' said another. 'No- - A stick whittled to an edge, 'suggusted a third. ; ;No.' -"A pieco of tin ventured the fourth. "'A piece of panto-board," guessed the fifth. No.' "Well, what was it?' exclaimed they, all in broalh, after guossing every imagina ble articlo, except the right one, tiiat could possibly or impossibly bo put through a cake.. ' 'Why,' saij the quits slowly, 'they cut it with a knife to bo sure.' ' . Great menial endowments do not sup pose tbe absence of bad passions. To-morrow: the day when misers give, when idlers work, and when sinners re form. ( It is one of the worst of errors to sup nose that there is another path of safety besides that of duty. . If a truth bo established, olj$ctiont are nothing. The one is founded on our knowl edge, tue other in our ignorance. Little opportunities of doing good are negleoted by many who are wailing fur an occasion to burform great acts of charity Talont ami art must go hand in hand. Birds rise not by means of thoir feathers ouly, but by those which guide tlioir flight. ' Those vho delight to insult the timor ous and mean, do out swell themselves up into a more extravagant and temorseless barbarity. tfiaron. Real fidelity mny bo rare, but it exists in the heart. I hey only deny its worth and power who never loved a friond.'nor labor ed to make a ft mud happy. No legislation aimed at the vices of the poor, whilo sparing those of the rich, can ver be upheld in this country. Prudes, who tnko fire so easily at the lightest intimation of impropriety, are like punk, Which catches lire instantly af ter having been once burned. The world was not made in a day, nei ther can anv bono to ciiin wimlLh hv ami. den effort; for the sudden olTorts that are now-a-dnys made are not a whit hotter than none at ull. It is observed, that the most censorious are generally the least judioiour, who hav ing nothing to rocommed themselves, will be nnding lalt with others. No man en vies the morit of another who has enough 01 ins own. Wisdom -allows nothing to be (rood, that -win not do so lorever; no man to be nap "py, but he that needs no other happiness than what is within himself; no mnn to be creat or powerful, that is not master of Jiimself. Seneca. . There is a sacrcdnesa in tears. They we not the mark of weakness, out of pow er! They speak more olotiuently tlmn ten thousand tongues. They are the messen gers of overwhelming (jnefofdoep contri tion, and of unspeakable lovo. ' Whew you full in love, young man, look and see whether it is smong a heap of eot ton, whalebone, kid, cologne, and oilier .nonsenue, orintotho arnisof a truo and natural woman. ' 'An old lady while indulging a few even ings since, in ruminiseenses of her girl hood, when sho had lots of beaux, ex- claimed: ,' "Why, the truth is, that at one time, I was so happy that I was fairly uucoinfoi t- ableV" MWkn Indian being ssked what he did for a living, replied . . "Oh me preach." ' ; "Preach," said a bystander, "and do you got paid for it?" "Sometimes me get a shillin'r.somctimci two hilling. 0 "And isn't that mighty poor pay?" T. "Oh, yes; but it's mighty poor preach ;lng.'. . 2T"See hore, Oripps I underctand Jon have a superior way of out ing hams, should like to Warn it." , .f'Well, yes I know vcrv well how to . er them; but the trouble with mo, just now, 10 pnu out a way lo pro curt themr i-"' 'C3rA dreadful little for a shillinir. aid a penurious fellow to a physician, a-wno aeit out an emetic; "can't you give wore; , ' . t3A good newpaper and a clean shirt nro two mings neeae-n oy every man in the community, sorneoouy says. A bn:lifnl printer refused a situation in a rnntingolbue whore female were em ployed.sar infj that be never "'set up" with a..! ia IaliS.. , CI,OTUI.t(; EMfOUllTM. Citiient ef laacaater patterns fioia. tb. Country GEOlK.fi It. SMITH, NORTH SI UK MAIS STREET, LANCASTER, OHIO HK alUMilion of p.-rsons wanting clothing is re- i spe.-tfullY called to the llilinuusc assortment or ; Mens uus. Bovs' anil iliildren's. He wishes it understood- . lliaicra,.fea alienee .cciasrsac i. ip. i .s I fasiisaaisat. ami Unit ho has Hxed principl--s winch i govern them. Thu clerks are iunrm-u-d to represent . Inithrull) all artu lell h ll.om. aim li, aner uie ' urcnaso. purlles are nut sailn.:t. wa -urmc-ins mnj e axchanirj.or the money will ill cuutfrfull) rsfilnd- , u. ; A partial Hat arnveu; t ruck uud Dress Coals. . Blare, ai.ee, stow, tun. dun nt arLaaaar. tiiulq Dreauted liualnrwa t'oata. aroasiiiaa aaasav, oxroao mxaa, cloth, vlaio. aa&a noKsaiK. s.avsa oakT, caastMcaa aao Mn-rri.Ko, BtcB, rAW;-T and iiair tivkkd. li. Ulackand biua CL01 II MlaKT SACS at ! HOCKS. Overcuala. Ill i and Brown m-ltiki cloth no- a OVBRCOATP; Hl;u-k, Kl.ie, Hrown A OIIvh 0-'vmtthtre Kersey do; HI. 10, HUi'k.Grey. VI ultlieyiuid l)rb do: runt cmui. Home extra Lour. no Black, nine and Hrown Cloth. KuiH-rlor. do; ' Urab Kwbroidur.id CI..IU s.-, and Walklnf COATS. C Inuka. Rlnckaml Rlue Cl.OTH soma Rrn Flae. KKAL K.Cl.l.sll flLOT CLUlll; VeAliiisv. Plain Black SATIS, Flirurod SILK ami RATO; SILK; Kai.ry SD K and SATIN: . HI :ili Cl.OTH and Fan, y CAStilMEKL; Black and fancy VEL.VKT; Fancy VelvotauU Silk BALL VESTS'. - rnnUliKina. ' . Bhickaml Fancy Colored IjOKSKW; " " . CASSIMKKE; " and Burk.kin do; . Uevou-kliiro K-iriy anil Oxford Mixed dm Klack, Hliienn.i I'umci Colored s ATI. Mm FKli:CII and AHlilliat.' COI TO.NAUK. r'uruisninir tu4l, 81I.K. MRR1X0, Al.t WOO!., Ked.RrnT anil Wliito Ki..MKU ami iwirua KLA.Vtl, UIHllr.K rilllJM'S in. I D11A WEILS. A 1,1. I.I.NK.V Bud COT TON Hlll'l'd. A HtKiiarnntojdlii all iuitnnci-s. -HALF HONK Oaknev mid Mietlaud Wool. Merino, White and Gray Latnls Wool.bnirlitihuiidGoriuaii, Cotton, White mid Colored. GLOVKS. Black. Whlio and Colored KidGlovos; . Thread riilk and Ncniiolllan Plnih . do: Drah Hock Ol-OVKH md GAUNTLETS. . CRAVATS lilai-k Fnicy Xalln and filk Cravata. STOCKS AMI TlhM,uf all desnriiitions impossible Ao enumerate. 1 . lloyt' nnil Cliililoni's Clolliiug. Black and colored Cloth Frocks; " 1. 0 Kaekat Cawlmere tin. I Tweod Frocks uud Sacks; Hlnck mid t'nlonid Ovari'imii; - M'lttleil. Gray and Hrown VViidney Overcoats; llhick, lllne mid ftrowu Clnlli Jncltets. . VESTS Black Clntli, Hint k and Fancy Mlk Vests: Two Jd mid Colored Cioslinere do. PANTAUiO.NS liijck aud Fuiicy Colored Casslmere aud D'leskin: riiillu-'l.T weeil and Cotlouado; Childron's I'.lai-k anil Colored Cloth Hulls; " " " " " Juekets; " ' " " fatiiwsvs snloiidld. FUHN1-IIINO GOODS Merino t'liirli, Cotlou and Cotton Kltiiiuid Oruwer'i; Muslin KlilrtH.Mnen Iliisoms.Coriiirs A Wrlstlinnds; Cotton and Wool Half Hose; Casslmere Gloves; . NiiHlMMidnrs. If ulnlkeri'liiefs. Ties mill Sll.K, COTTON and GINGHA M U.MUUlil.LAS. iMllti'astar, N'uveinber 10, 1W4. MLR CHANT TAILORS tppniNccn ft TnorT, fTAVKromoved thoirClotliinir Kui B HI to the Tnllmndgt Htotlt, firtl loe fCstnlilfshmont or KumI of Wktteif Lmtta'a llnrdttar Store, where they are open- nr n lurfio and evtenstre assort inenl or fir HI no A 3 11 NUMMEH GOODS, mid are now mnnufHrtiirtiis: every variety ofSprifi esd 8itmmr H tar, which they will sull as low us the same quality of irnods and word can he nurchasnd at any other etiinlihintit in tho city. Their clothing is inniiii fort ured iinderllielr own super vision, nnd U consuiiueiitlv snnerior to that which Is bjonpht from other plitrex. They have nlo on hnud.a knttifl mariatfaf Ce'ss, Cmoimertt, yiitings.tft.. wnicn iney are prepareu 10 inuniiiitciiie to nrunr. i ney have In Iholrninploy the host of workmen and are at all times prepared to nink e- the best tits lu the latest Stylos. jsutHftrwort tem oitwarranlHl.. The public are respectfully solicited to cnll and ex amine their stork, and while-thunkfnl for tho liberal patronage tliey hnve enjoyed, they assure their old cus tomers nun all otliors tliut llieywm luunrtofelve (Ten ernl Hiitisfuctlnn bolh 111 the iiunlltv mid price of tlielr Kondsnnd work, Ul'Kl.N'GKK & THOUT. Lonciislot .Aprllii.1S54 ' . gu i1 J vv u i a s First Door Eiist ol'tlio Swan Hotel. OVR Stock holnitnow eninpluln. we are prepared niter the niosKihoicsi mid cliop (iootlis evet exposed to s:i1e lu this market, couslstlnirof every ills crlpllou of IMIV GOODS In tho MWru. I.lnln. Silk WorHt nnil Collin line, for the use of Men, Wnmna and Chlldroii.nud In iiseaboul the dwellliir.itieludluit choice H-kilt Unt il, llrrmaiMl 'aae Cram's, ll'c, Glorea, Clathi, CnniiimrrtK. Vtligw, titttinnta.trt. Jf-s. Also a choice lulorf IHllu, tslitfta di tluecna svstrcs of Boon, 4j,ijijr, 4 e. for all ages, of elected 11 nil Cheap Groceries, the 7V. Srr, Cif, Mulaitu, Splcti sail fiyraa belnir very choice. All which lu view nflho limes we are dntnruiliisil te sell without reintrd to profit. In order to close un the same, the reducUuu of our stock und payment ofwur iiiimiiiifa nuiua' our arimi onjecl. The uatliHe therefore before buying elsewhere are Invited to examine otirsplouilbl s,oVk. Laiic.astur, Nov.'i-3m Will I K, Jr. A JULIAN. MKniCIXIi AND VAItlKTY STOIIK. ' ril'lRnndnrslirncd respectfully advarllses the pnh . I lletliathehnson Imiul fnrsule,oii reasonable terms forcash.aeeMtlsIs nssorlmentof ' Frcah nnd Well Selertcn .lledlrlne', Cmnprlslnt- even-crude o4etniral, derived from the Vftab!t,Mix)roloit Jjtimnt Kli irdtinis. and used In Jlltwfafkia, tlomapothir. Etlrftir mJ Ralunif practice, The assortment omh races ull the jllktioidt,Hitivoiio, Aleokolit ena'.f'NrsHS Krtrortg, fir, 4 a. Ills stock ufSuriflcul Iiisiruuieiils Is of the beatquallty. A PiillHlock of Family Crnreries. French and American Perfumery In rrcnt varlutv. Havana and common t-'einrs, Chen Inn and Smokinit Tobarrnt best sjunllly of Wines, lirumlles. An., native :md Imported, ferniedlcliial use; slronK Cider Vlneirnr, Window Glass unit Glius Ware. I.ipeilmr with iilltha popular patent nio.lii li.es, and an endless verlcly of oU'U and otfio both ornamental and useful. Physicians prescriptions putup with great care I7 competent and experienced dispenser. M. . KKF.IDRII. Oct. M, IBM M-o. 100, Jfsia Srsr, .ra.r. One) II nnd rod Dollars Te Pk rvK 1) 1 K 1 I.ITBBAB ilusliy tlly.t 1HK HIKKCTOHSnr TiiaCuMnrni.iTAM Abt hd av AmmeiATioN, lately oririu.lied In Snn- tMllo, for the eueouriis-ellicnt nml o-enernl lllf.lslon of Literature and Art.i.flern I'Hiy.K fib' (INK IIUNDKKll IHII.l.AHS for tlio lll'.ST OilKto Powers' world-renowned statute of the GHKKK SLA VK.whlrh, with many other vnlmihln worksofnrt, are to be ilis Irtbutod amoni the members nl the uhove Assoclntinii. The Oiles, which should not exceed llfty Hues in lei. K-th, must be handed In previous to the 1st of Octo ber, at which time a emunl Itco of lltemrv aeiitlemen of New York, whose names will appear, will decii'e upon the merits and a ard the prl.c to the successful sompetltor. r-uetelnsenillnirln thoir prndurllons, will please live the first stni.in of their Ode, toKelher w ith their real name and address. In a sriarax, sealed envelope, Coiuiiiuiilcalluns should bo mldressed, post-paid, to C. l Hr.HIIV, Actuary C. A. (V L. A., Care Kiilekerhm ker Office. H4H Hroudway, New Vork, Kept. M,lKit . or 3 Water btruet, Nandusky. jlrr ascsivsn st HFAIIM.S HOOK STOUT, Opposite Nhn iri'i'a Hotel, l.nncnstui, Ohio, f ro.NP.V MOON nml other Comalltlea from I'uiirh I I Autobloirrnphy of an Actress, by Mrs. .Mown Hi Journey toCantrul Africa, by llayard Taylor Kansas and Nebtaska, by llulo Niiiinv Muninrlesof Forelirii Lunda,liy Mrs, Stowe The lletler Laud, by Thompson Nnpnluott ch hlsArmy,T'he Camp Fires of Napoleon. A fine lot of Annuals for Ivii, and a fliiu lot of siuull Gift ll.ioksofallkln.1a. Catholic Prayer h.oiks, P.plscnpsl Prater nooks, and a lara-e lot or Family llthlus aud 1'otkut Bibles at reduced prices. Nch.iiil lloeksanil Stationery at Wholesnle cV 'Hetall. Pocket Wallets. Port Monies, and Pell Knives, fur sale at the Hook Store of JOHN HHAHI.KS, Oct. mi, 1HM-U OfpotiU Sktffiir'i Haiti, BREAD! BREAD!! BREAD!!! soii'i'ii ur.r.iir "1701'I.ll rsspactfiilly announrato the cltlr.ens ef w v i.KiirsieriTic4iiiiy,fiathehasr.niinenceilllis Uread, I.ltht lluak V 'rnrk-r Hakliitf la connection with his foriiiorbaklnir.Als now prepared TO IlKNIMI I'A.lIll.lit with erery thlnfln tha shove line. Harlns; lu his em ploy tho best of halters, he feels confident that he can please all who may favor hlui with a call. Trrt.'all at his store on Main Ktreel, and also at his Dsse-iiouas, comer 01 i.ulumuus Mulberry streets, IaiiiratlDr, July Id, 1H54. wjsW OA ant Ao sT shot. r. c. mr.Tz 1 RR8PRrTPni.LT Informsthe rlrl u skiis of Palrfleld rouiilv thai h kaa recently put up anew Carrie. Khoii, istSISIUfSS im I As Pl'kilaif l.mltm'm tlardmJiro S-ort. Oral jSIsy, l.ahtatttr Okio, where he will constantly kn.tp on h ind and manufitctur. to ordor every rnrlety of vehicle In his line. TrrKepalrlnitdoiio on she-t notice, and the most favorable loruu. Dee. 14, IbM M , TIIU I. ART NOTICE. " UA VIX0 heun nnt. f business noWnvsrslxmonthj, and still Bad innny of my old eusloniers ln.lsl.to? In mo by note and on hook account, therefore, belt horehy known, that I ran wait no longer for Hist which Is justly due me, and all cliilms bow due ine.whjcb may remeiH nnnald on the tMtli daw of this moults, will be placed lu tha lis ads of propel oWeera for collection. , I. 1M4-84. . .. , , p. BOMS. . Valuable Farm lof Bale. - FARM eniitainlnaTlIt A oral, sn the waters B ill I li,n-p.nt r M. ..... 1.1.. h. . . s.esaaa the "Weiss Farm." with aa aicellant watei Am. privllefa, will be sold by the undersigns, al prlvsMsnl. For terms si.i.lv to Ua;astor,June7,Hii A.AicVKICII. tesWif'ssA ..-i -.I--- -r in - i 1 - Til 1 rm 1 ytojL" -'Yi -..'. jt li wWtiairKMttTiiiM CHERRY PECTORAL, For tke rapid' Cure of COCCUS, COLDS, IIOARSOESS, CR0( IIITIS, ' WU0CFI.G-f OIGII, tUOl'P, 1STII.1IA, AXD COXSl'MPTIO. To crai a Coi., with Hsd-Ai hi sae soaaaase no tub l:oDt, take the Cktrrm Poeioral on frotng to bed, ami wrap np warm, to sweat durtne tne msuu l-'oa a Cote anb Coi'mh, take it morning, noon and ovening. according to directiuns on the bottlo.and the difltcultv will booh be removed. Knne will loug suf fer rrom'lhla trouble whon they tli.il item be so ren.ll l cured. Persons afllcted with a seated cough, which b'roaks them of their rest at night, will And by taking tho Cktrrm Ptctoral on going to bed, they may be s ira of sound, unbroken sleep, and consequent refreshing rest. Great relief from suffering, and un ultimate cure. Is afforded to thousands who uru thus atlllcted, by this llivuluublo remedy. From its ugreoaUle effect In these cases, many And themselves unwilling to forego 11a use-when the nuees slty for It haaceased. ' 4' . , To fiaiieits and Public SrasHsas this remedy Is In valuable, nsl.v Its action on the throatani) luces, when taken In small ipiuiiitlles. It rumoves all hourseness in a few hours, and wonderfully luereususUie pnweraud flexibility of the voice. , Asrnss isirenerully much relieved, and often wholly cured by Cktrro Prttoraf. But there are somu cases so ohstii.nle astoytold toon medicine. Ckorrg Jte toral will euro them, Vf they can be cured. H-n.srir.Tis. or Irritation of tho throatiuid nnpor por tion of lUe luiijrs, may he cured by. biking CAsrrf Ptc toral In s null and frequent .loses. The uncomfortable onttn-asinn is soon relieved'. . Foa Cai'or.tilvoiin emetic of antlmonr, to be fol lowed by largo and frequent doses of the Cherry Pec toral, until it subdues Hie disease. If taken lu season, It will nut fail to cure. - - WiiuoriNo C01-011 maybe brokennp and soonenred by the uso of Cherry Pectoral. - 1UH IHrLUBSBA ISSOOOIIIiy reuiiiveu wj lint niniiTuy, Numerous Instances have been noticed where whole families wore protucted from any serious consoquou- cos, whilo tlieir neigritmi-s witnoiii inu wnerry recio- I, were suffering from the disease. Herniated lnst.tn.es uru reiiorlod hereof patients who have been cured from - . - Lives CoMri.AiKTs by this romcdy. so many that there cun be no question of Its healing powor on these dis eases. It should he pcrscverlngl) liikcn until the pain In the side and other unpleasant s iiiptom cense. Fob t'oSMl-sirTios In Its earliest singes, it should bo takon under tbe advice uf a good l'nysiclan if possible, and in every case with a cnref.il regard to the printed dirtrHoni on thebotlle. If judiciously used, and the patient Is curefully nursed tueiiiillnio,ll will seldom full to subdue the disease. PorsettluitCnssimPTioB In Its worst form, the Chor ry Pectoral should be given in dusus adunted to what the patient requires and can bear. It ulwnys affords some relief, aud not iinfrenuently cures those who are considered past all euro. There are ninny thnusunds seulteieit all over the countuy, who feel and say that they owe their lives and present lieidtb to tho Cherry Perioral. This roinody Is offered to the community with tho contjilenco we feel In an article which seldom fells to renlliillie hnppluit effects tliut cun be desired. No wide Is the Held ef Its usefulness nnd so numeriiuslhe casus of Its cures, that almost every section of the eoimirv abounds in nersons. nubllcly known, who have been restored from alarming aud even desperate dis eases of the lungs, by lis use. When once tried. Its superiority overevury other medicine of Its kind. Is too apparent ta escape observation, and whore Its vir tues are known, the nubile no longer hesitate what antidote to employ for the distressing and dangerous atreclious 01 the pulmonary organs, wnii n are inciueni toullinute. And not ouly in formidable attacks upon the lungs, but for the milder varieties of Culds, Coughs, Horseness, etc.,nud ror L nun run it is 1110 picasiintesi and safest medicine that enn be ohtnlned. .No family should be without it, aud those who have used It never will. Prepared by James C, Ayer, Practical and Analyti cal chemist, Lowell, Massachusetts. Price L'S cunts pur llm. Five imps ror si- Noid by Otto W. Kreamer and K. L. Riorum and co Lancaster, Ohio. Dee 14, lttU 3in3ll HARDWARE AT GREAT BARGAINS It? Cheaper titan ever before Offered In I.aiicusilur, JOHN EFFI NQER AN Ittttlr imrHitw from P. Bono hi IntoroAt In flip llnruwuro uiiliiens. una in uuiiiuon to in ui ready numv Itiriro ntot'lt. in imw dully roceivinir, itlrut t from the M'infneturr unil Importer 0, a lurfXO purrhuso of nw ffnoilrt, wh Kli will muKo ui hiuck ui iiiini wnro ono nfilio ninni tx(on)Tt lo be found In thin inarkot. 1Mb fuctltttonfor )HirfluirTtii((amlurrnii(ftjinonU with Munu f timrn, nhtch uru uiittil loony, will onublo him to offnr nil ilftcriition(r of HunlwHro, nt fowtr priret than any other tabli hm ntt The nttuntinn of FnMitni and Mm iuHH in Invlt-d to tho oxlruordlnury Imhu-o-tnpntMnnw held out to thtm in thu wny of uroat bur ffulm fully nallHlU'il tli itt if tin) rtnixnU tholrnwn In tonmllhtiy will lu oiirtnln to cull nnd tfxtimiiie lit a prl pen hufore nur.-hftninir ulLwhoro. Hy cloio uttontion 10 iiiuinoflfi.niiii uy I'onttntiuy K0i?ii)r on nntm n tun itnd coniploto UNKortmontntid tht Iwnt Koo'dn, he hnptii to aoctiru lurjco tro of tho putruimgu of tho Furmurr and MtM-hnnhioftho county. April SiU, lrt04. 11 na-TV nnd CurrintTe llnliom I ifj rind, tit the A'rio Jinnware Store, opposite the TutlMa1jttlou$ii,nmi of thy litrirtvit nnd host AoltH tud iloi'lr of Triniininir ovur opened lu tliUiuur k.ot. roitniritlnp'lii purl of (HI Piet!u Knunil'd Juck And CtinvncH, iH 44 44 Fmiry colorrd do. Ail 41 nil Wool mid onion lhuniiAks 50 Hldt'i pntnt nnd Knnm'ld Lcnlluir, Rrnnn mid Silver Pluttid llandi, Ton Hropc. Mump Joint, I.iimm, Kprinr. Axtdn, ctn. Unnisler. April '.'0, 154 JOll.N Kl-'FI.NGKR. IIOTT.SR UlTirF.KM DEPOT TOHX KPPINTf KH would Invite th at ten Hon of Car pentr ant Jwmt Huitifcr to IiIh lurtfo ntork ol Houno liiillillntT ni;:tnriuli. Thoy will And enmtunlh oil IkiihI, the ho it Junintu NhIIi. Rnlkoit nnd Brnih; '1 ha niot tuiprovod Dcmr Itot-ks nnd Lutcbest Vintlow tiiuN nnd Suh of ull nlnct; roiH-klln and Wood's I'uro White I,ead nnd Oil; Door mid l.lind H U, Khop HiiiA", HoltH. ete, ThoNo nhonl hiitldlnir will bo curtain to wivo inonev by etninlnlnir my prices bo fore pHrfhiislngoUowhuro ItlvrJianic'sj Tool.,' SITITKDtoiill trn.lesnnd ofthe most approved make Htiteher's t'avl Sleel, Firmer nnd Packet's Goutras, Hj.enr and Jackson's Tnst and Spring Sleel Haws, Hiitcher's ll.i.ildti and Hlnirlu l'lauo Irons, Ohio Tool t'ompitny IMuues, Masons and IMusicraTmwls, t'onper's Orawluir kliivos, etc., for snls chonn by April UO, 18.H. JOHN Kl'KlSGliK. TIlt'ODOItK TO NO, MKIICHANT TAILOK. In $kfftr'o JVess Blnrk, trtwrtn tht Tullmailgl Ihuto ana ass-jfrr iioiet. am "I TASJiistopeiied a lareo and heoutlful assort- x'a n m ineni Ol lir..s.liy w. nr. I l.o III llttt. In tlmr with as choice selection of Clolka. Caati- stsrssasd Vrtllnrt. All of which has bnon sulncl- ed with (Treat cure nml with special rufurunce to tho wants and lasts of this community. Illsloiijr experience lu this brunch of business, is a sure EiirnnUic Unit his stock unihrncos the eholcest and heal variety, and his purchase has been iiise upon such terms that ho can sell at the LOWEST I'OMrJIUI.li f Ul UKS. The public are respectfully requested to cnll and ex amine hla aaaortnirut. lie liusou huiida gonerul as sortment of SUMMKRWEAR, And Is at nil times prepared lo accommodate his old friends. either with an excellent article of Hendv innde Clolhlmr.orlo MANTKACTUHK TOOIIPKH, out of me ih.si iiiaterini nun uv most nccomptisne.i work men, any stylo of (rnriuenls.r'OR MKN ANUBOYS. In Uie best and most fashionable manner. He Is confident, .In mi., .piim, .,, uv v.... aiT a"liwriii snilsnieilon, lllsassorlineiii sinl.ruciiBafcenural varletyof l.inun fonts, Vestinirs, Huspeudera, Dress do . Piinuitiions, Hosiery, Sack do ' - Cravats,- Dudershlrla, Carpot-biiirs, toirelher with all other articles usually kept In a Gentleman's Ptirulshlnff Ntoru, and niauttlac lurud In the most fushlonublo styles. TIIK ASSORTMENT 18 ENTIRELY NEW: It has boen purchdscd of woll-nstnhllshed houses In the Eaalorn clllcs, nnd illbtarrantttlt tobemadoof troo.i niiiierini nnu in a ouniiMC nitiuuer. He roapeelfully Invites his old customers nnd others to cull at his new estnlillalinianl. where he w ill at all tlmus bo ready to wait upon them with eooo uoodb st tub i.owbst a stbb. To lest his proinlsus, he asks an examination of his stock lu trade and tho style nnd qual- tiy ui u.s iiinii.ii.iuiiirp, . iireitti Laiicastor, May S, 1H54. HOOT AND SHOE STORE. REED & BAUQH MAN WOU l.li lake this opportunity to rsturn thoir llianki to their numerous friends for the very liberal pairniinao nereinioro exieuoeo ,o tnein, ana assure them that no pains shall be snared to sustain tno niiiierins- reputation already attain ed. and In order to moot the o-ruittlv increased demand ul there Establishment for Roots and Khoes. they have in addition lolhelrnwn manufacturli.tr .just ro celfoit front the East a very largo aud fashlonablostock, vuiis.suna; in par, aa ii.nowsi men's fine our. Kip aud coarse Hoots, OenU pat. Calf Oaltors and Ties, ' t( Rusklns Bud Monroes. All klndsof Ladles and allssoa Hoots, Shoes, Sllpnort and Oaltora, ' 1 1 Also, an assortment of the host quality of Children's inner nnu plain nnoes, ' In addition to the above wo are eonatanllvmannfae- tiirlns; lanrely, for anle and also to order, all kinds of nnnla anil hni.es, which we havo no hesitancy In savins;, will eenipare In prloc ahd quality with any stock lathe Western country. ' may lH.lH.H ' ' rARMS FOR SALE. i rTVIE anderslpicd will soil a part nr all hla land, I (ImIiis; about 300 arrua) In Bloom Township, one mil West uf Carroll. The Farms aa to quality, con dition ana oonromenea, can't oo surpassed. rassud.i Dwcl-tfiJ ill, etc. Jk Upon them are 9 superior Hprlugs,3 1 lint: Houses. Orchards of choice fruit. Those wishing to parehase tall and see, as 1 am do lermined tnseu. BaV.wVaSb WOFMAK. .. tinstyaiw.. s t. sai.,j. t- f1.yr.J. j THE GREAT HARD WARE STORE. 1 Jlo. 66 main Street, - SIQS Or TEX. PAS L0C2A5D MILL SAW. n iiiTi; iaTT. TSOalUns; the attention ofthe public to their new. ad vertisement, would ewbraoe the opportunity of re turning their Ui silks ti their old friends ami the public generally for their very lioorul palrouiuru In time past. ana wouia tttost rospectrully soilcue a coniiuuanco 01 the same, ms they are determined to spare 110' effort to make it both pleasant and profitable to any and all per aonswlahiusto purchaso Hardware of any description of them. Feeling salisded willulhelr experience In tho business and moans of keeping up a large stock, that they ran offer greater Inducements to tho public thsn iltrH'tI.laslo (Jkatitpsrsiriairs. They are well aware of the necessity of small establishments -making up In blowing and pufflnrwhnt they lack in ma ny other particulars, they wish therefore to avoid any thing of thai kind, and are satisfied sftor receiving their entire new stock, which is now arriving duilyathiit a look through their sifcasix ottaHltkmro' will satisfy anv ono that the Ortmt Huriiaaro S'ort is the place to Hud what they want and at low prices. Their stook will con sist in part as follows: - . j rittshnra JuuItunll,plUcecVnruU ClAKI'EXTKHSnnd Builders will please take notice 1 thallhe new firm of WHITE A LATTA will sell none lint the liest Juniata Nails. All Nulls sold by us wuioewarrantoa. tau nave now on nana, .V0 Koijs Nulls, Spikes and Brads, S.W Boxes RalO, lllxW and lOtU City Glass, . iMi Kegs Wui.Woi.d eiCe'sl'uro White Lead, .in Barrels Linseed Oil, - 3 Barrels of Puttv. In niUlllioii to the above wo have a very lanre stock of Boiinxng Hmriiitart or evry discripttnn. watcn wtti be sold cheater than over. WHITE ex LATTA lanriater, April, ICS I. r IKII1 AXD HTFFII,. OftA'AnftrMiniin'K'U.i!" IKO, OxillVslHHI WOO do Hammered Iron,- Ijisi pounus tast teei. k iob incu square, s:n do t-ngllKU Jlllsior nteei. 4r0 MM1 I.IIH) do Double Shear do do do do Germun " do , Spring - do 10IK) American niisieruo In store nnd for sale at low nrlces, hv April .lts54. WHITE- LATTA. , roil CAnpEJtTEns. TL.NE Irons, Chisels, and Gouges, Bench Plnnes. 1 Moulding nhd Bond. M .itch aud Table, Hatchets aud Hand Axes, Br.wd ('hopping Axes, llrawing Knives of all kinds. Steel and lrun S.i.iarpa, Guages and Tr Kquarusnll sixes. Improved noretng Naciiines, tiaiut, runnel, leiiueni itiuiong, wen ana compass naws. uross tjui nun mut nuws, tor suie ny M nn .ur 1 Lf l-IT M. t k TT S April lie, ires. niu.nw.iH.is. WILLOW WAiOS AMDIJASKli'tsT 4Dox. French Willow Wagons, 0 do Common do do. 1 !! do GlgTopCabs 6 do Square nnd Hound (,-loths Rnskets, -- 10 do Market BnskctB,opeiiundcov'd 4 Willow l'radles,cie. Rocking Horsesand Wheel Barrows, Pst Cloths Pins slid Grass Mnlla, by AprllS0,lCj4. V H1TE dt LATTA . Anvllt Vices and I5l.ickMiiiUli'IIelloivn O O Aii vllj, wtMffhliijr from 100 lo 3 pouudi each OU 13 Solid Boxed Ween, Jtfpittra niiivRamiui'ii uimiow tcMlei,, Ihinimura, Bomx.oVr. for nnlohr AprlftMH.VI; WHITE V LATTA. Farming Implomonls ' OA Doz. Cnut Stoel PolM Hoes, tJW do 'J,3aiid4TiiieSl.-ol Fork SO do Grns and Grain Hoythes,. 8 do WofloriPi Grain Cradles, .; 3)1 do Scythe Snath on. t 50 do Hi.y nnd Grain Rakes, 1 4 do BfumbleNcythcn, Ac.,ehfM.p hy ' Aprll2t,J8M. - WillTK & LATTA. FELLOES, SPOKFS A D IIimS." WE hnve now on hand, and which by our arrnnfro menu with the inannfiK'tnrers, we can offer moir bin 01 pruon wnn rnopiu autiuu. IJWI Seta lie nt Fellows, 100 H pokes, ' 123 44 Hubs, 75 Kent hont Shafts -10 " Buggy Bows, AprllSW.lW-ij W1HTK A LATTA Tin-Platc, Copper IV) re, 4cc 1 Boxes 1G nnd 1Y Tin Plata. unround KM) Phita do Tlu'd C 1 Connor . HhufHund UarZine, " . Bheet Iron nnd Wire, Copper and lrou KiviU.hT Aprll5 l4. WHITR & LATTA. To Cnrrlnjjo nnd ttn;xy Tlntitr, 0PHINGsSnnd Ax(d,EriiHsnnd HMver Runds, 8tum 1 Jtiintn it ml Ton Prtii.Kniiind Drills. litwk mid fan viim, Kunmrd and Putont OaUifrjiiti do.nrlptions fliud Lininjirfi. Mom and JVI.ilenblo lrnntete. A tvrruat ruriety ofoi,rffomlshtthutllnt.,.to bo had chonpnt the Mrtmt liar i wart nt are n vv nil K ft LAI i A. Lancaster, April 20, lf5L . Wanted 10,000 Nrw ( nstomcrs, 1b sd.lUI.Mi to tho old stork on hand. Jtlll.V I.Y4. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER. AHO DHAI.KH IK Bacon, Flonr, Fish, halt, Glassware, Stoneware, To burco, Cordnsro, Twine, Nolious, Fruits, Kuts, Candles, die. NORTH MAIN STR KET, LANCA STER NVITKS tho iittoiillon orUm cltlxnni of FnlrllcM nnd adjoining countuy, to Ins now KtHtllilimciit, wltieli b llltod ui in snpurlor ( lo, utio door UVstof hi" old Htnhd and immodialely adjoinliiK tho 11 ry Oimds Kiorr of rtlonflfs. Kutnr, Mi lit (V to.. KlihtrC he will no plina dd to -o ull of his old ciintfiuuirs nnd tun tliounnd now onus. He hns lilted up lu good ityU) Whoro pnrmns from tho onnntry haviiitf thoir Ijidim In town, will And a plon:tnl rntriiit. Ait exti'imivo Wnrci hoiTin in tho ronr, with an intn load. up Troiii the bunk yurd to I'U front sliop, with a tluv hiuhiny plm-o. ALSO, YEi'.n Po:( IHMiSI S, llnvitiff tho ndvsntnpf.i oftliu rnilro.nl ho U pruparud l mil wliolrmlo nnd rotail fur iliu niiuhlo slvpoiiNO... Ac- ommodnUiitf clerk rimdy to wait on you from the liild'rt ci'nt to tho guitttcuian's lliousund dollars. April 1 gu, ltyi4. M'INNR IlOUsn, .oi'TiiwrsT Coasan or Uuoadway and Third Strtke Cinciiinatf, Ohio K. WINNE, PUOrRIETOR. rjlins new nnd eouitnodlon Hotel, from Its lorntlou fl Is ttdiulraldy caU'iiluti'd W.r Iho ucconiiiiodntioii ol tho ImsiniMS .Moil, us writ m purlii's of pl.mnuro visit iufrlho city. Its nmplunceoniinodiiUoiiK liavu boon'rd- ciiiiuy incrrnscu uy uu auoiuon 01 nirty iiMitruifr rnoniH. Nontii'Mit.i'ltMiulinoss nnd comfort uro'th nrlnrlnul nt- trui'ltoit, uud tho ynrumltliiift attention of tho Iruiriu tor nnd liisHW-;tnnU will Insnrn mitisfuctlou. iinciimuLl, January 1W1 'J7 CMRIIOI li iniM.s. fjJIIRiiiidonlrinc-dhavlnfrpHrrUnd the Grist Jill ft. "' l'lourlnir Mill hrrotoforo owni'd by Gen. III! J. I'. KvimliU.il(rmiMiil. vviiiiltl liriishv lufufnt the puldlcthiit it Is liispurpoMO to mtiko this Mill wluil ItHhould ho.n (irlnt mill for the ueeominodiitrbn of the noltihorhood in which It Is located, And having; se en tim! thotirvlrosnf sn expurlonccd Millor, Is prupur oil.Hshu btiltovoH, to do work rulculutud lo plouso and llicr.iforn mil id U pntronugu. y vu, itsi-i. j. KAi'r.uAuu. A NEW STUCK. ANe'jf and woll Soloctod lot of Grocer. r RAVKJiutbuon motived by the suborlbar, si his old stand, whi-rs he will bo hupny to moot his cuMtomors and tho public ffoiiornlly. Grororlos will bo sold by me as ihoap nnd of ns ffond nuallty as cun bo found In any simjlur establish meiil In lh city. 1 havo Just received rholce lot of Crnnborivs, I.om ons I'runs, and sluo (rnonil vnriuty of Nuts, sum nn AimoiHis, i.rnxii iiuu, tjoco .auk, c. Also, a spiuimiu ioi oi uia wesnjrn nonnrvi- i ntntM, I.sncnttor F. 7, IPSs 40 BY HVDVSTUY WE TIIUIVE. - RISING & LYONS, ME now rncelvlnp si therr old stand, as lino a stock A of! boon ofl rrt.n v anil M Ari.r. iiky uuuimns naserer (hired In this market, cnnslsttnff of overy article In the Dry Goods line, liurcthcr with a Pint Siork of Booto and Skort, Orororirt, Qafflaaieers easl Qlnat waro, nil of which they are determined to sell aa low as any house lu FulrUcld county, entire cash stores not excepted. Tbey beg leave In tonder thnlroarnest thanks to the cltlxens of ijiuciisters and vicinity, for tho very liberal snare 01 pairnnugu they have received stnoe they hnve been In business, and lii.ne for a cniillnuanco ofthe samo, assuring the public that no pains shall bo spared on tlioir part to give onttro satisfaction. Tho usual ar linos ot country produce iukoii in exchange ror uoous. latucnster, iiiarcn vi, lrsis, . TIM SHOP Ac FOODUV WAUE-HOOM Jamos irie.TIanamjr nAVIXO established himself In the msnnfnctiirln of TlS.COPPKIl and HI1KKT-IK0N WAHK In (litt)'t Bildinf,ot Door H'mtaftko llorkiof Vallto Bank, Is prepared to furnish the people of this county wilh every Ihlns; that may be needed In hla line. Ho keeps on hand evorv varletyof COOKING and HEAT ING STOVES fur WOOD aud COAL, consisting In part of the Lion Air Tight, Wcsteru Queen. Triumph, Huck, Presidents and I'rolVironce for Wood nnd Hluck Diamond for Coal, Also l'l.mirlis. Plough Shares, Hucar Kettles or Hollow-ware. All of tho above artloles will be sold as low as can be bought elsuwhore. He Invites citizens generally to call and examine his siuea. jAmns NctiAciAm s. N. B. Honso-spoutlngcV lobbing done upon short no lice. Old Copper, llrsss, Pewter and lrou taken In ex change for any of the above .rtielee. J Mo. Laiicastor, may I, lwi JOUS. D. itiltTIM. , I, iWISfl. B. 4. BTaHBaCaB EXCHANGE BANK 0FMAHTIN4 Co., Mnin Street, I.nttcniter. Ohio.- TNTKREKT nald on n.,nn.lls Drafts and Notoaeal J bcrled and remitted Eastern Kxcbauge' and Cell geu ni ana soio at enrrsnt rales. January 4, 1W4 lyM ,., KE.HOVAIm' ' 1R. O. eFdAVIS, TTAB remOTod his resldenee and office to tho VSrlrk I lbulll1n;foriB.rr oceupled by John Ktallsmltli, K.., south side of Main Bisect, S doors west of Dr. ivreiitor-s residence ! October U, 18&493 TANCT Astlelssln grant Tirtely, for sale atth. elty M "! Bl, ri r'. ' - J1' V-.- Ja.'st vjc? ;-" t'f S'jg r-s'JiWa5' ' ,.. . . . DE. JOHN BULL, SOMETHING NEW AND VALUABLE. mi issWsi Klnr an ths face of the glebe now reigns supreme in the Amsrlcan Hspublic. The power ef tbe erownea nsws or aurop. ...... 6 when eempand to that of our Amsriean King. - SoretMU Klnga employ the power vested In them to Inerease the riohss ef the rich and lordly, and to reduoe so greaur misery and degradation ins pour ""K"" deat. Oor Amcriean King goes forth witb equal willing, seas to tbe lordly mansion and humble cabin, ready silk, to admlnkitss' relief aod to offer hssltb and happpuicss lo the lolty ana lowly, toe ncn ami is. DR. JOHN BULL'S EMIT UlCil HI 0! Mil! Is the TBirrn Worroia or vhb IVoblb, aad the greatest blsssugeveronered toamictca oumaniiyi w .u,iuu,np millions, the Ioeur een say, relief b at your eomuianX Yen have only to use this magical remedy. All those who still suffer, and will not aeospt the proffered balm, deserve not ths pity of their families. This wonderful medicine, duriug the brief period since Its Introduction, has carried happiness te the hearts of thousands, sua meue ills a enarm to many wno mrawun regarded It only as a painful and miserable existeaoe. - To the winds with ail LlnUuents, Kmbreeatrons, l'sla Killers, and Pain Kxtrsotors, and let millions of glad tongues proclaim the merits of the great u American King of rain," a preparation composed solely ef vegeta bles and roots, produced by America's own rich and bounteous soil. ' We woukl ssk the Limas, who are always competent judges ef what Is and what Is not a valuable family medi cine, to do n a special favor by giving the King of 1'ala a single trial, and if satisfactory, exert their influence in Its behalf, recommend It, speak well and often of it, and see that It Is used by their afflicted neighbors. The Lsdies are always eharitabl., and when they induce their suffering friends to nse this really valuable medicine, they will be doing an act of benevolonce that they can well be proud of. This is a powerful aud truly niagloal remedy for all external diseases, sores, swellings, burns, kc, and for many Internal alllictlors, It la a certain cure, yet It Is petfeetiy harmless, aud incapable of produciag the Least injurious effect, in the most delicate cases or ths weakest constitution. It Is entirely useless to follow the old and worn-out system of publishing to ths public thousands of eertirl cites of wonders performed by this medioioe. It costs but twenty-fit. nnu to try It ; and Dr. Dull stakes his wellcaroed reputation on the Klug of Pain doing all and more than be elsims tor it. - . We would ask, bare yon the Rheumatism or Gout i tbees are not pleasant companions, aud we know that you would like to drive them away as soon as possible, then use ' " BULL'S KINO Ot PAIN." Would you be cured almost Immediately, of Bowel Complaint, Dysentery, Summer Complaint, Cholera Mor bus, Cramp Oolio, Head Ache, Tooth, or any ether oohe or pain, the remedy is simple and the cure certain. . CSK TUB ORKAT KING OF PAIN. - Would you have your Bores, Swellings, Cuts, Barns, Scalds, Bruiser, or any ether siuuuds healed, we repeat H, use the MAGICAL KING Of PAIN. Would you be cured of Scald Head, Still Joints, Bore Throat, Neuralgia, Sore llreaM, Lumbago, Tetter or King Worm, Salt Uheuiu, liitea of 1'oisouous Insects, Chapped Hands, and all other Sores, sittter dry or running, we jay again and again, lotm asmtul is Dr. Joau Bull's V KING OF PAIN. Would yon be cured of King's Krll, Cancer, Tumors, Kruptions, or any disease of the Skin caused by Impure blood, then use Dr. John Bull's Sarsanarilla Internally, and the King of Pnln externally, nothing can be more certain than a speedy and effectual oure. DR. JOHN BULL '3 S ARS APARILL A, This lnsdklns, when used sooordlng to dim lion i, will tmrs, witnoui uu : Berofuls, or Kin s'i Krll, Cancers, Kruptions I of ths Skin, KryripelrYft, 4 Tumors, Chronic Sons Kyes, d ' . Ringworm or Tstters, Scald (Ism, $ Rheum tttni. Pains In ths Rones off Joints, Old 8onw and Ukers, Swelling of the Glands, Bvphllhi, Pyopopsi, Rheum, Blseaseiof ths kidneys, blrwasesariflinfrfrotn the use of Mercury, Lou of Appetite, Pain In the Side and Rhmildeni. (Inner! Debility. Lunibfi&o. Cm! if hi. OolJS. Propsy, Jaundlce,CoatiTene8S, Uronehltls, Weakness of th Vilest, Bore l nnw, ruimoury nuwHinn, nnu 4111 ar,n iisenses tending to proluce Coniuinption, Liver Com plaints, Vein uie Irregularities and Coniplaints.IsOw Ppirlt, Siitc and Nerrous Headache, Night fewest, Kxposurei, or Imprudence in Uter - i'hronto Conotitutlonal DiMases, nnd as a Spring and Summer Driuk, and Qeoerai AOUW lur toe ayiiem, ana a genus and p,ensant purgative, itts superior to ilUis Lick and iongreiis Water, gaits, or 8uldllti Puwders. Tt Is a re mark aide fact, that among the bandmds of eminent phyilrtiini who liars examined the recipe by which Rull's 8rfiparlUa Is prepared, not on has eon dfinned it. hut all annroved it, and commend H in the bigheMt twin. Muny phyMloisns expreis thomselVM strongly In the belief tliat it Is ducldeJIy tbe best prepa ratien of aarwiparilla that has ever been placed before the public. Although there are numy physicians who feel a twiiiifliauce to hav Id f tlielr noiuus appended to the recom mendation of any pnrttculur remedy, iiotwithftuitdlns; they may approve of It In the highest degree, there hre Others who iraiiKiy ywiu uiwir Kupr. in iavor 01 remedy which they know is capable of doing so much good In an alUictitd community. As an evidence, read the following from old aud reftpeetuble phyflioliius, of high Standing in the oonimauity la which they live TESTIMONY. 57- Testimony like the following renders stiperflnons all comments on the efaeaey of Hull's Sarsaparilia. From Dr. L I. Yandell, I'n.fessorof Chemlslry in the lulsville Medical College : I have looked over the list of ingredients eouiposiDg Jol.u Bull's Uiuupouiid Kxiract of fearaaparilla, and hav. no hesitation In saying that they form a Bars compound, and one that promises well in chronic dlseamis, to which It Is applicable. . L P. Y ANDKLL, M. D. Louisville, June 8, 1818. IV hat Dr. I'ylea, physician by appointment to the Lou Iss'lls Maries Uospilal, sajs of Hull s Sursuparllla : LomsvtLiB, March 20, 1848. 1 have examined the prescription for the preparation of John Hull's Sarsaparilia, and 1 believe the couilduatlon to be an excellent one, and well calculated to produce an alisratlve laipression on the system. 1 have used It both lu public aud private practice, aud think It the best article of Sarsaparilia new In use. M. PYLR3, 51 D., Itssidsnt Physician Louisville Marine Uospital Better Testimony limn was Ter Offered la faror of aiiy Medicine. Bet. E. W. Sclion, Ker. E. Stetensoa. Isuisviub, May 20th, 1819. Weiiave used John null's Barsaparilla, and have known It to be Used, with entire satisfaction ; and we have ne hesitation In stating our belisf, that It la sale and Valuable medical couipouud, and ealoulated to produce much good and relieve much suffering; and therefore would ebesrfully aud moat earnestly recommend it to ths oalici.il. K- w- swio.f, (Signed) - K. arUVli.NoUN. We earnestly Invite all persons wno are safferlng with any of " the Ills that llesh Is heir to," to call on Dr. John Hairs agent, ana get a copy or nun s ruuiuy journal uasTis; and for the sake of humanity, we hope that a atngle iiidivldualwlil not be found unwilling to give bull's Sarsuparilla a tbial, alter rtsiding, aud recollecting, at the same time, that it is Impossible fur the Doctor to publish tha teuth part of tha number of certificate, of aatouuding cures pelormed bv his Sarsaparilia. Ths amount of testimony voluutartly showered on Dr. Doll's Sarsaparilia, from well known aud distinguished iudividiials, both In publle and private life, hns been perfectly overwhelming. HJ- Da. JOHN HULL'S Principal Oittoe, west side Finn est, srst doer Iwlaw Muiu, Luuuvau, Ki. For sale hy O. KAUKKMAM At CO. Lancastur.J lily 90, IfiJ-l. E. L. MLOCUM o CO. FURNITURE WARE ROOMS. 1. K. FISHED TT I B buildliiaT ill tho renr of Ihu brick house, on the eorntr of Broad and Ckrtnut Street, ear seeare Soul k of tkt Market, fosss, Intends tnautifacturiiig: upon f iiirKcscaicniiiuevariousa V of ChIiIiuiI Furniture, Boil VsMand Chairs. Uhlchliowll ' lulwayson linud, totrcthor Hodsteads J-r Ill keep thur with a Until aMurlincnt of Cincinnati inaniifnrture. His loott experience In tliu business will enable liiin lo hare manuiactiirou at home and imported rrom anroaa ine very best of work, and as he Intends to employ none but lhe most skillful workmen nnd use Iho best mste rials, ho flutters himself that ho will srlve ironeral tlalttctlon lu all who inav favor lilru with thoir custom. The public are invited to call uud uxnmino the as sortmout. The entranco to lhe rooms Is upon llroad Street. l). K. 1 ISHl'.l.. N, H. Rcnalrlns done on tho shortost notice, and In 1110 noaiosi nnu most worxmunliKe niannur. i nartroi rvuaonauio. utueusiur, aiay zu. A CARD. IMPKKFKCT health haakept me from my ofllco part of the time for aoine inonins, i nave pntnea my former ' strenath and will mit horoaftur be ab sent from my room dnrlnr business hours. Fllllns; Teuth receives uiy special attoiition, I frlve certified fiiaranlees for all my a-old fllllnes to be afToe- live dnrluff tho lives of the parties. 1 am able after near iltl years attention to the Teeth to Blveoverv ner- son the most positive assurance that they can save every inniii ny rtra.Mv and frequent attention. OKFIC'tS Kwl.iir-s nrl. k.on lhe Hill. H. KOOTT. trpKor thoso who have tho TOOTH-ACHK and will not havo thorn extracted, 1 have a romcdy that ".....in inns to giro retiur. Also, roiun fownors, urusnos, ore. 1 M. SCOTT. Lancaster, loecmbor 0, P54 ?l .' M. Z. KREIUER, s Bin In Afreet. Lancaster. Ohio. AOV.NT for Kr,o Mutual and Fraternal Mttti r' - ": tT-.-r-.a. ' tV - vr.wV.4Vs . Vai.a. lwySawVaiiS-i - TtiM URsuT ptmriE or TtlK BI.OOD. M-nTJI PJlHTlCt.F. OF MF.RCVRT JV 7 4 N lFALi.liii.fc ii K.Mi-aiv pt scronua, King's f nvll. rhtfumatisiu. obettiuate cutaneous erunttoiis. pimples or ttuntules on tho fuce.bluU luis, boils, ( hronic mm uvea, ritiir worm or toiler, sald-houd, eiitanroiiieitt and pain of tho bones aud Joints, stnldmru ulcers, y- IiUllttlC alsortlurs. iuuioui;o Bpiuni i;iiiiiiiutiii, nnu uu ilntiUSCS ariSlllf; iram uu uijuun nru u "i mvrturj, iniirudonce in lllo.nr impurity i tne nioou. Th.Mvuliiahlu in ed iei no. which hits become celebrat ed for the nu in I u r of vxtruorditinry cures elTurW4 hroUpTh itsnffoni'V, has lndurod tho proprietors nt tUo iririMit rutiuestor'thcir friends, to offer it to the public. .v hi eh tlu'y do with the ulmoHcoiifldoiiee In U virtues sitd woml'frtiil oumtlve propertiu. The followinr cor tlticntes, solocUd fromn larjre number, ure,how,ror, Uronffer toslimouy ll.sl tha more word of tho proprie tor: and are nil from trontlemen well known In their loculities, and of tho highest rt'spoitubllity, lintnry of thm now rt'sld Intr In the rtty oritit hmoiul, Virirtiila, .F, l3o)dun, KAq.,ot the tsvicnmifro jioioi, hicihiioimi, known every whore, suys he bus senn the medicine iuiUimI r&nTMR' sfARtsii MiXTrnv ndmiiilHtorvd In ovur a hundred cum-, in nearly till the dUcnnc for which His reoniintnded.with the most astonishingly good roeults. lie snysit is tho mosi exiraoruinury muuictue no nits ovorseon. Aon and Fkves Great cure I hereby cortirr.thnt for three years 1 had Aguo and Fevorof the most vio i'lii tioseniJiion, I mm several myaii-wiiis, iook ninn iticsor ouiuina, mercury, nna i neiieve uu without invtiormuiieiit rtdicf. At lrnt I trlud enrtor's si mulsh mixtiiru. two boltUs of which efftM tuallv cured- iiis hi id I uui Imppy to;iy t imvo hail nomieriiiins or rer inco. icoiuuioritiiie ooai ionic in lite worm,mii tno inly lnodk-iua tliat!ui-t rouvhud my cn-'tvJ. LOZSGULli ifeWKa UAM, near raii'iinionu, viririniu. C. Jl. Lnclc Ko., now In tho city of Kk'hmond. nnd fjr many years lu the Post Oflice. has such confldixiice u tho nstonitiitiifr eiuoucy 01 cnrior spartitn mtxiuro. litxt he ors boutrhi tunvnrdn of 5t) bottles, which he hns liven uwny to the nRilcted. Mr. Luck nnysiie lins nevor known it to Tall when taken sccordinir to direction. Dr. iMInire, it iiravtlsinte I'hysiciaii, nna formerly of tho citv lioU'I, in Uie cttv 01 Kiciimomi, snys he has wit nesHCu in u n u in nor 01 uisinuces tno onccts 01 carters mniiish mixture which w ere mosttrmv surnrlslnir. He iayshi a enso of consumption, ilopt'iHloiit on tho liver, the gooti eirecis wore wonnonui inouou. Ntttnuel M. Drlukur. ofthe the fir in of Drinker & Mor ri. Kichmond, was cured of liver complaint of oU'lit years Mtuidin, by the uso of two buttles of carter1 p.nitii niixinre. Great car of $rofula. The Editor of the Rich' tnond Republican liml 11 surviitttem ployed In their press room, cured of violent scrofnla. coinlilucd wilh rhoit lUiilifm, which-entirely etanbled him fj-oni work. Two bottles of carter's Rpflniah nilxture made a perfect cure ot ittiiisllio fcuiior.H, inn pmmc nonce, ny tni;y cneer fully lecoiumeud it loull who are ullllcted with any din- eimo of thr; blued. Still anafhor rur$ of Scrofula. I had n valuable bov oureo 01 scroititu ny ennor s spnuinn mixture. 1 eon dder it a viuiiutiio medicine. jAAicr m. iatluk. Conductor on the K. k, 61 f. K. K. Ku lnnoiid, Va Salt Rkctt.tn of 40 Year ttantiinff rured. Mr. John Thompson, roamlne In tho city of Kichmond, was cur by throu bottles of carer's npnulsh mlxpire, of salt riioum, wnuuneiian nvuriy xu yean, ono wnic-nniitn Hivnicinns or the city could not cure, ftir. ihouinson istt welt Known tnorcnaiii in tno cuy 01 ttiihiuoud, va. Hid 11 is cure is mo-u reinnrKaoio. Villiuin A. Matthews of Kichmond, Vlrsinia. had lervant cured of t5jphllU,lntho worst form, by carter' 4i.nnlh niWtiiro-. Kit-hard K. Vesrtof Rlohmond, was cured of scrofula. nd what Physicians culled confirmed consumption, by three not, ten 01 carter's spuniHii niixmre. Kdwin llurtou, commisHloner of the Kevenuo, nay he hns sue 11 the irood e(Tircts of carter's srmnUh mixture in 11 immhornf syphilitic cases, uud snysit it ft perfect nnrn f thnt tivrrihli' illMntlso. William G. Harwood of Richmond. Vlrjrlnla, cured of dd sorei nnd ulcers, which difahled mm from wulktni. Took n few bottlesnt' carter's Spanish mixtiire.'nud wits enabled to wnlk wlthouta cruteh, 111 u short time por miiiienllv cured. Prlnclpnl IKipot-at M.Vnrd,Clno & c No. PUMald Mi IsHim, New York. T. W. Dyott & son". No.tte.North id street, fuiindeiphm. lionnui una iieere, ao. 1 Main street. Kichmond. Vlnrinln. And for said bv KuufTmun and co.i IjipcnBter; E.'Knlb, Rushvillei It. H. Walker, West Kunhvllle: Porter and Welrsteiii.Lylhopolis. uud Deuiors In Medicine ovory wiierue " uoc. i, icjo jy IiIVEil COMPLAINT. Dyspepsia,, Jaunriic. Chronin or Nervort Debility Dtmatfit of the Kittttrti. A NlJnll dl-cswesftrisiiiff from a disordered T.lrer or TL tomiK h; such ns eoniumliii, luwnril piles, Tun nuisof blooil to tho head, ncidily of tho Ntouiach, nii't eft, hoart-linun, iIHcum tor tu.ut, luilncus orw oicnti: 'ho tttomiich, sour entctiitioiis. sinking or llutterltiff nt :he nil of the tomiK'h. si 1 in mine or the lioao, hnrrle uid dinicult briMitliliiff, HuttnriiiKat the heart, choiil.hic ir suffocation sensations whon lu h h lnir poniur, iiia nessof vision, dots or wehs before the slirht. fovornnd lull imiu lu the hiid.delteuiney of perspl ration, vol low iess of the shin mid e es. p:iiu In the riide, back, choit, 'linb.-t; etc., M-id.tun flu'ibc of heat, huritlntr In the tioih, ouitunt liniiKinini;sif evil A gre.it deprcjisioiiofi;ilriU. CAX BE KKFKC'iTJAIXY CIMtKJ) JJY Or. Tlofi.liKul'NCoh'bnitPil C.rrmnn Hitter prepared bt Mr. C Jirb'oH at tke German Medicine Store .Yo. JiIU jtnk Street Phi!atetphia, Thalr nower over the nbove diseases! not excelled if eoitalfed. bv nuv other prepnrution In the. Utiitoil tnteit.us tlio cure" attest, In tunny cusos after skilful idivsiciiiiiH hud t'uiled. . TheHu Hitters uru worthy lh?nttMition of InvnlbU, Pos.t'rjsliiuprcut virtue lu the ratllleatlou of disouxos ol tho Liver nnd bnser cIiiiidi.exnrelHinir the most sim-h UifC powers in weaknsnnnd elF.Hdions of iho dioHtive irfrhus, tnev uru, willwii, sale, certaiu ami picusutit. Heal awl-be ronvince-J. F. KKr.bi,MUin, Jeweler, Vvoostor. tHilo, J)ii'eiu:er Siiid, lr,rt, said: unibrn titisotiiiortunilv orinformhifir yo'i of the srrcnt beucllt hnve derived front the use of lir. lloollund's Gorman Hitters. I huni used thetn. for chills unl fjver uud dl irdercd stoninch.niid finnn relief in every enso. Tho re the b;t remedy for disordered stomach, i think, li xistenco. T P. P111.EY. ninomfleM, Ohio. Octobor 7, snl With foelliiLM efirrnti Hide l tnke my neu to liilorm you ofthe Incalculable beuellt I have derived from tho use f H'mflaud'B German Hitters. I huvo used thorn fm Lhe Liver comoluiut. uud lake lili'nHnre In rccommen injr tliem t.i Hie public us the sufost und beat rometl now In usu.11 l he Kditor ftf tho 1Vootr Democrat. May fl, IH.i! snld: 'Mlntliind'a Gornuiii Hitters. This luviiluublo me hclne Is dully performing cures ofthe most reinnrkHhle uarui-ter. v e do not suuhk 01 uui muiiiciue w nuuui knowledge of lis etllcucv. as we have trlod It in our fumily, and liml il to be tho only thing needed 111 m coondalnt or dvHiiensln. DfiiKRcV I'liAHH.. t.amnridtrn, unio. iovcmoer 1. lRW, said: 'Hv thoie persons who hnve used your Hoof. mini s ierman muers. mey aru consiuuruu un iiivuiuu- tln rnuiiMl v Tnr flvmtiM.sia - - II r"Vou should boar in imnn mm 111090 nuiirs nro ntihbi.t vKOSTAnt.tf. thorenv possefsintr unvnncneefl ovor most of the preparations reuojuutuhdeu lorsiuu tur oiseaves. For snlu bv Ritiifrinnti cc co.; B. Miti Ku-hvlilp; k B. Walker, West Hiishvlllo; Porter V Wuirsten, Lytbo- poilf, and Dealers in medicine overy wnore. xiucemoer t, rtwj iy niAGAZIX FRANCAIS. Family Croceric9,Uuecnrare,rVc.l&e 1'IIV tl ,1 llJllli' S:,,V ln l,..n,,,a nw,iFllfl 1 i.v mire iiisii. or t ui irroccrv More in it. n. limn Co.. in which he luminal oilded a lariro and Biinerff ariulv of viia.7 Qrorerite, now arriving and to urrl from Clnciiumti. nnd otlior marts. In maklnir his pur hase he has hud In vtow the acronimoduliun of his friends nnd ilisrriuiuttujr public, for all seasons, lie coinuiciiilstotliclrnll.-iitlon,nniour other articles, al nriccs ttu.tcnnnnt fail to irlvo snlisfui tloii. l-irn l' lit. l iv.sjiii iiir. ui uu kiiiiis, lor luiiniics aim nnrtlcs. candies, jnmgnma tinonus, lingtisti iiuinju anu tsrazittnii isuts. tfitrs nna striiivs. Jsfics.und Gclutitiu for Jollies. Prunes, occ. Of Fuiu lis Groccaii's ho w ill only mention Phil, pow- norod un.l crushed M'G All. ow (irlcnns do.. 1 hA Itlo .and Java CdFFKK, St.ices, Mulnssos, Oolilon tiy up, French Chocoliilo, Alushroou Walnuts, louiato Cntsitn,n splendid lot of Koglitk Mara Ckeeae, and oilier arllclos lo iiumcrous lo tint down biro. Aot lo lorirct.nis.i, i.tnuors, hruniiy ror tlio atctc ami convalescent, rlirnra 5 years old. smouklnfranil chewing TOHACCO, I'owdor anil h'luitfortho Sportsman. He will keep on hand a variety of Pninlo, Karai'tA a4,ns.a ot hla own nianiuactiire lortuoirnuo. not loust,u tarice unil luiinssortinent oi aseaswarc: F.artken wars, f rears ware and l.nituah uiaasssars, at- I, Wooden ware, Tub, IMeketo, 1(c. - ItTllu hot.es to nl.tiilna fair aiinir of Hie nubile favor In his new nuilertnkiiia:, nnd looks for the approbation nnd natronnso ot nisinon.is. iiavinte neon compeiieu to reliuniilsli his former business ns I njiirloiia to health, hewlllniiikoafairtrlulorthl,tocoirit will not front hlspurse.ns well ns hishuiillli. If tho experiment, (to w hlch ho will dnvoto his undivided nttenllon) does not succeed, ho will bo able lie trusts, lo serve tho publlo In some other useful capacity. r'KI.lX G. BARBEJfCHON.- may a i rv s . (range Orung-e Seen and Plants. '"VlKtia.lerslsriiod bavonlergo amount of Ossge Or I nmrc Seeds and Plants of the best ouiilltV.silri.assed by none In th. couutry, which they will sell at the lowest luarket price. . HKUGES SF.T AND WARRANTED, At from 33 to 411 cents pes mil, Willi a fair deduction where largo contracts rtre made. ; r. - -', f riKuuiiM c-.iairi.bi ci.x ukovv, At from 75 cents to tl V rod-the payments fol lows , when the budge Is set, and the bulutio. whon It will answer the pnrpnso of a good fenco. . .HKHOKM liKUWII.- For what dlslnlorusted ludgos will snv It Is worth, fas comporeii wnn goon loners; wnen li is cninpioteu. tiniMir.n i.umniai.1 unuwii, At fl to 11.S3 er rnd.tohc paid for when eomplcted JAMKH SUMPTKR k CO.. Davton. Ohio. Jahis RunpTza, College Coiner, Butlor county. Ohio jambs mruRBw, Aiuxanuersvitio, onio. RtaJAsttK Lzab. Davton, Ohio. . ' - . Jlarl.lbjl. G. MARTIN, Agont, Carroll., Ohio. ' ,. ST ACE Y. HOUSE, .- ;. Opposite th Court Bona, nnd FonatalB :. ZANFSVILLE. OHIO. , TTKW ADDITIONS aro now being mdo totho fur- nltnre and oonvonlonce of this already First Olasa nuivl. trm.u.wpa win uuu .lit. uvnw uu. iuu-hj , f most comfortable place In Eanosvlllo, and the pronrle-1' a kiTILL glve attentl tor spares no pains to make his guests eomfortshle. I tV of Real F.stnte There are ttncbesi,o.p i'-Ar"-'ifft :-sr-.-w'"'""'rJ: s te-'-'-i ' SAUDIOjsVUAUAESS JHANUFACTOnV " 4 One Hoot Easl ofthe UU Checkered Htr. MJI.Y s THE T, LM. CJS TXM, OtfO. LITTLE &MATLACK, A V ING recvnilr n moved UielreMUabllshin.nirmra, T.U.n hlle's block .to the room. ..II... ..In. . ol.l CUo. kcrvd Sloru,snd nearly opposite the lloi-kln Val- " j nana, sun u.uuo nuinernus auuiintns to their stock, ke this method of informliis; their friends and the pas rrcticrally, thai llicv are rrcnar.l to n.n..ri. wilh neatness aud dispatch all articles pertuiiiiuc to tlielr lino of business. They havo employed the best .-. .uu uiauuinciure taeit nrucioa from the best materials. - Ihcy keep rmislantly on hand a gotiernl ssortni.nt ' tjp, of Iho fullowlns; articles: ' " Saddles, Bridles and Harness, ,,. Carriasie, V0ron and Killing Wilpa, " ' ' Trunks, Valises, Carpet Buns, ' . - . Kindle and double Mattrasaos, " . AH kinds of Fly-nets. etc. etc. - All of which they will sell CHEAP for f ASH. an work made to order, or purchased at their e.i.hti.h. tnent, is wahbsktbd to bo msde of the BEST. M A1B n..-.u,fl.... .... .....n. itininner. - JTf Call aud .xanilue fur yourself befor, -rcur1 esowhero. " M,y iaiBii,i rilE OLD SLOW and EASY FOUNDKy.7 Mesur. Clarke, Wright St' Co. IAVK taken for a number of yoars, the Foiihdr owned by John Aruev. Ksa.. aitiiaie. as and Broad Slrtetm. ta tke rilo .f I they are determined to bq on hand with all such, artt-' clos in tiiutr line, as the cuuutrv ruuuires. ' COAL. W00D,: COOKING AND PARLOUR STOVES, ' teriyis "" ""Ki" CASTINGS and. A:s7'rul'.,'hi various- pntlerns, war 'aAJueeas ranted a sitiwrloi. Rrtipi . 1 all ininor articles lu the Foundry lino. ' . a i i VornstnlH- and Strnw Cattrr, country, and one to which wo Invit. n,. ..ii lion ofthe Farmer. This iifnclilna fo. .f,..i orn lor hieli ruedlne or futteiilnw t..ck ui m in iu por cent, t orn Fodder, when cut. Is near v or quite, o.,ual to hay for fcedi,,, either h& o? l",,e, niakiiiir an acre of woll anve,l ...... ...... ... "r "or"es, . ...... . i. ... -.- 1 " ' ' -"' . i rum acre, ofthe best crown hay In Ohio. They are lalcn. loreiiner uanu or norse power. Vft are also, preparing to furnish to order a"' .UcCorutkk's Rcxpcr nnd Grnsa Cotter and s.suuit.'. ,, nv( AJriJl. hank notes, or aught you ma- desire to spare, of broken pots or otlior wure. We thnreforo have the hlr-beri liope. W ithout duaicnlnir anv toL-o. tl.ui - ... llbe ml share of .ationi,Ko to ns who uro dotoriuliied t.' do business ou tho most liberal lerms. . . . roorunry ill, . CI.AKKK, WRIGHT A CO. THE COSMOPOLITAN ART ATfD LITERARY ASfOCTATJOJfc. fl,?ANIE1)for,lH' KufO'ii-uKcmentand Gehernl Li lliirusion of MTKRATUHK und the V1HE AKTS. uaNewamlOrltrlnalPlunl . . ! This new Association is desljrni-d lo encourspe and. popiilnriice the Fine Arts, and dissemlnuto pure and iiHuii'SOino lltcralliro thrni.l.nnl Ihn I.'-- this purpose n Gnlle.y of Arls la to be ucnuanentlw louiKieii, which will-each year confain a clioko aud vulunblo collection of l'rlnliiurs, Stutuary, Ac, '"rtrce JUlutribution. The Associ.-.tioii will also iml.lt.h u.. ... members each year, the best I.itenitiiro of the day. coiisistiiDr of the most popuinr Monthly WagaxinesI .. ..,.., m.u i-irionui i.ibrarv w orks. 1 hi OrrirEKs or tub Asocutio for 1PM, have the pleasure of uunouiicii.s- thnt II. .. ,l,....i.. ...... i t . . i ft ,rf ? 5 "c," ' "ow 01'c"' th"1 lhe Brat annual distribution ,,f Works of Art. c.ntulned in the above. Gallery, w ill take ptnee In January next; on which or" casloii there will ho .list, ll.ute.l among the members of vv C ,flo"'1-fr"9 f 'u'lre, .cveml hundred su perb V orks of Art, ' among which w ill be tho origins 1 andworld:rouowned statue of lima), I'owlbs a ue ireeK flare, CI.010H, FB.BEsTi,and other eminent American Artist,, .which, with tbe conetant additions mad. .rough ,o agent nowln Europe, vvlllrender hlsby fa? the most complete Gallery of Arts in the Vnltod State.. The Literature published fordlsscmliintingnmonglbe membi-rsofthe -Vonlhlj Mapasliies, Jfevlewa,c. vli: Harper; nax.n. '. Bl,,rlwd, A'a id rrkoH or, Code-. IS nSl'S11 Orakam-. Magaiin,t together with vr?r v Q l"".,e" Kvlow, r. ).rli,tcd In New Vork, Tla: ereetmtinter. London, elariet io v..a BWri.A. and F.diokurpk Ktr,". "r"W'' Ar"' the assortntionlanM'n to all: II- .r .,. .... cornea member on tlisfcoimei.t ofsa! which eifiltlc him to a menihershlr. I n 1 : (1 o one nf the uhiiTO MngnztnM or Koviewa orr One jor. and nlso to a frae tiektt in in me annum illslrlhutlon sf tati-asy. PllaTlKCS A. All persons who Inkp five niembersliii a, arc ei. tilled to nny ofthe flvoof the Mngazlirei one year, and sis tickets In tho distribution. ..,...-.. Tim wide spread fame of the nbovc periodicals ren der it neodk'ss to say any thing in thoir praise, aa II I conceded thnt, nalltcriiry nrpai.e. thev nfo far In ad- vnnco oi ... i rs in tne world. Tho publisher's nrieoof each of which Is Invariably 3 a year; thus by hecoinlnirn niemherortbls Association, It sccwcslor.il tho two fold benefit of three dollars' worth of slerl Inifllleniliireinid a ticket In the distribution of th. most Mnr'tiiflceiit collection of choice works of Art la the country, equal lo tbot of the old Auierlcsu Ar- i.ion. TiiKGi' r.ritTortlioAsKncliittnn I ft l-iantift a i Csww.ifs.dl. kyclly. where Rrraan Gbabitb 11, n.mna hnve been erected ror lt.nnd in whoso s; aolonsf uloon the whole collection of Piili.tii.g nod Statuary III bo exhibited. . Tim net proceeds derived from the purchase or Worn, of Arl for tlio ensuitgcar A r i. r-vnroxs desiring to become members, can has-. Hie Mi.gnzine commence with nny month they choose, nnd.relypn its belirj mulled to tbelu promptly on tb. flrstof overy mnntli. iliroct from the New York rd Philadelphia Publishers. Back A'umlcrt fumithcsl If desired. - Tr-r iNrnr-ASixo iNTrrr.iT fell In Iho nilvrnrerrcrl ef Iho Fine Arts, warrant the- belief that this Association will, with tbe pimorliil aid nf Literature, l eu i-t once nniteree.il!! popular, ns It not rnly cultivates and encourages the Fluo Arls, but disseminutes strrlli.aj I.iteiuluro throughout tlio'b nil. thereby uiluptlug Itself to the present wniiis und tnstes of tho Amoricun i.co.1.. Fnrmors frivo us a cnll. Erorybody give ns a eaiu' and buy our poods aud wares, our plm,Khs and shsresr umt we will try in turn to buy your eorji, you, wheat your flour, your meat. Tour har. vm., .f. " 2 pnrchnsodal nn expense of over J.'i.floof Al.o.nlnrire und very choice co ei-H..,, .i.ii.. ... . Ji" IK08, conslsfln, of fbe heat prfd .'.ctlon of celeo ated wrTrksofiJ v'' Ant' ""I0"" Mh ' ' untuning ooin ncn unu poortn iin.ke thoir homes plea sulil and nttnietlve, by the uld of Hcnli turo. Paintings, and tho best rending mailer which the wide range of i Aiiiericnn t-orelgn l.itoralnre ntlords. A few of the peculiar advantages derived by Maine this Association, arc - . ... 1st. All personsget thenf value of tkrir evkeerip' lion alike atari, in the shujio of sterling Alngntin Literature; . ttd. Iheyaro nt Iho anmtt time eoirtrlbtitlnrf loward purchasing choice Worksof A rt, nro In turn lo be slls tribiitcil among lliuniselvcsfreo or cliargo; 3.1. Knelt member isnlsu luillrecvlv eiicnurr.glnf an patron'uing the Arls and Artlxla or the country, dls bttraiiig ninny tlioiisniuls of riollnrs tlirongh its agency. Those who purchase Magazines nt Hookstores, w 111 observe that b .lolnlnglho Association, tkeyreeeirt tko JIijro:ie,i) Free Ticket in tke anneal risW4(ioa,alI ul the same price thbv now pay for the .Magazine alone. Booica nre open to receive nuinea ul IheKuatern oftlc, New Vork, or Western iiltlcn, Samliisky. Persons reniittlug funds of niomberslilp, should mar letters, ' H.'glslered," nnd sliito the mnnlh with which they wish thclrinngazluoa lo rrmmonce,nnd also their. Poet Office addrree in full, on til receipt of which, a ccrlluYale of membership, together with the mngazine desired, will be forwarded to nny part ofthe country. 1! coulees of the Association, at the Knickerbocker Mnynzlno ofllco, 4rl Brondwnv, New York. aud at Ne. 3, Wutur .Street, Saudiiskv, Ohio. Addrosa, (ut either ofllco,) C. L. llKHBY, Actuary C. A.& L. A. ITPV. M, GRIKWOLU, Hon. Nocrotary Iaincaaler, of which mcmberslilp may be obtained. 8ept. 11 1854 THE TELEGRAPH LINE. 186 LITTLE & miEsnACiia, . "17lTOULI, rnspoetrully announce to the citizens of W Luucastor and vicinity that they are as usual la receipt of a very heavy and well selected slock of . Spring aii tl Summer Goo ' Embracing ovory vnrlety and style to b had In tint F.astern market, lo which we invite tlio attention of every body, as wo Intend selling as cheap ns goods can bo sold West of tho Mountains. lo addition to out rargo stock, will be found a general assortment of - Hoots, Shoos, Doanets and Hats, Pnrnsols and Umbrellas, Looking Glasaos, Qncensware, Glassware, carpeting and Matttna Wall Paper, Bordering and Window Blinds; Cotton covorlet nnd curnot Yarn, . Batting, Wadding, candlo-wlck, etcetc. Also, a good Stock of Fine Groceries), Tobacco, Ac, In short, every thing usually kept In Storo, and more too. . , Wo would say to our old friends and customers that we return our sincere thanks for their ,.n lit.i .... tronngo extended during our business career among them, anil ask a continuance of the same. We will en deavor to please und give satisfaction to all who will favor ns with their custom. All kinds of country pro duce taken In exchange for Goods for which the high, est market price will be paid. May 20, 18S4. LiAJt CASTER IWACIIIE FOVNDRT Ci 11F. VOL Is prepared to furnish all kinds of STEAM T.KNGINKS, upon short notice and at Cincinnati no rtttsonrg tirlces. Also, nil kinds nf Mill flssrlnv. HnLtln fisrsws. Regulating Ficrewa. Jack Hcrawa: Fullnr'a Hntswi tni Cider Screws. . Will Spindles of cast Iron or wrought. Hales and Drivers, Ac, dee. . . He will also furnish the PARKER WHEEL to anlf any hoad of water, and with either Iron or wood shaft, Also tne AiKijinOi, wiir;EL nt upas above. The patent on Uie Parker Wheel haa exoired and eons.. quently they con bo had nittcti cheaper. ne atso continnea to maae vkvul's TtiKAnHIriGP MACHINES, and keeps a lot constantly on hand; war runted the beat In Ohio. All the above articles will be made with especial ear and by the best workmen, and will be warranted. All Kinds or repairing done upon the Shortest notice. He also keeps constantly on band, ALL KINDS OP CASTINGS, usually kept In a Foundry, H. baa com rdcted his front shop, so that those who call ean exsm ne his work. , . . ; Tho known quality ofthe work done at this esUb. llsbment for many yeanCpaat.la tho best guarrantee that In futtire. the subscriber will Inbor to desire tha pat ronage of the public. He invites examination. Lancaster, May 10, 1854. . G. DBVOk -ALFRED MCVEIGH, aTTOMinY And cof.asKr.r,oa at Iaw, josnca or van) ,f y. r . rtuca and oisbbal.lad aobbt, . , f , Siuncaster,. unto, t , attention to the purchasing and selllas .also, tol'ie procuring or i'. 4 TT tTFv.