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"I have written unto you, young men, because ye are strong
VoL.VI.] SEPTEMBER, 1855. [No.8.
She that liveth in Pleasure is dead while she liveth."
LUTHER IN THE FAMILY CIRCLE-STEEL-PLATE EMBELLISHMENT.
A WEEKLY FAMILY NEWSPAPER-INDEPENDENT IN EVERYTHING.
THE EXPRESS is the oldest temperance paper in the State, being now in the twelfth year of its existence, and established on a firm basis, with a good-paying local patronage. The Proprietor proposes to enlarge its sphere of usefulness by making it a more general organ-through which the friends of Prohibition in different parts of the State can communicate their views and record the progress of the cause-and respectfully asks the co-operation of the friends of Temperance in doing so. The Express contains Twenty-eight Columns, and is furnished at the low rate of ONE DOLLAR A YEAR, in advance, or six copies for $5. Specimen copies sent when desired. Address, JNO. H. PEARSOL, Proprietor and Publisher, Lancaster, Pa.
BY REV. H. HARBAUGH.
HEAVEN; or the Sainted Dead, 11th edition....
THE HEAVENLY HOME; or, the Employments and Enjoyments of the
THE BIRDS OF THE BIBLE. Beautifully Illustrated..
⚫$5 and $7
The Palatinate Hiedelberg Catechism, per dozen......
H. HARBAUGH, Lancaster, Pa.
JOHN J. SEILING
Artist in Fresco and Architectural Painting,
WEST ORANGE STREET, OPPOSITE ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH, LANCASTER, PA.
STEAM POWER PRINTING.
SATURDAY EVENING EXPRESS
BOOK, CARD AND JOB PRINTING OFFICE.
The proprietor of this establishment has now in operation a Steam Power Printing Machine, with which, combined with other facilities, he is prepared to do
Book, Card and Job Printing of every Description,
ON THE MOST REASONABLE TERMS, TO SUIT THE TIMES.
NO. 91-2 WEST KING-ST, LANCASTER. PA.
Orders from a distance promptly attended to.
COLLINS & McLEESTER'S
TYPE FOUNDRY IN AMERICA. North American Type Foundry,
NO. 1 LODGE ALLEY, BACK OF NEW MASONIC
ter's Presses, which will be furnished
THE long experience of the several proprietors of the Philadelphia Type Foun- Agents for Hoe's, Adams', Ruggles' and Fosdry enables L. JOHNSON & CO. to offer to the Printing Craft the largest variety of Types, and all the appurtenances of a Printing Office, to be found in any establishment in the United States-and of a quality, too, which is deemed to be unrivalled. The composition of the metal is calculated to afford the greatest durability; while the scrupulous care exercised in the fitting up of the type, is such as to insure accuracy and squareness of body, &c.
(Established by Binny & Ronaldson in 1796, on the base of Sowers's Germantown Foundry of 1739.)
L. JOHNSON & Co.'s facilities are so extensive as to enable them to fill orders of any amount, either in PLAIN OR FANCY TYPES, Music of unparalleled beauty, (cast in this foundry only,) Scripts, Flowers, Cuts, Brass or Metal Rules, Brass Braces, Labor-saving Rules, etc., etc.
PRESSES of all kinds, and all sorts of Printing Materials, (most of which are made by L. J. & Co.,) will be furnished at manufacturers' prices.
Stereotyping, in ancient and modern languages, from the largest volume to the smallest label.
Electrotyping of Books, Wood Cuts, Jobs. Type used in stereotyping for sale at reduced prices.
Wood Cuts designed and engraved in the finest style of art.
L. J. & Co.'s "Minor Specimen Book" (acknowledged to be first of its class in the country, and original in its conception and getting up) will be sent to all printers who have not received it who direct how it may
Newspaper printers who publish this advertisement entire three times before Sept. 1, 1855, and send to us a copy of the paper containing it, will be allowed their bills on purchasing type to four times its amount. L. JOHNSON & CO., No. 6 Sansom-st., near the Hall of junl-3t] Independence, Philadelphia. GUARDIAN.
JOHN H. PEARSOL, PUBLISHER, LANCASTER, PA.
The Guardian entered on its SIXTH VOLUME in January last. It contains 32 pages monthly, making a handsome volume of 384 pages at the end of the year. Those subscribing now will be furnished with back numbers if desired.
TERMS-ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR-IN ADVANCE. Any one who sends us five subscribers, with $5 cash, will receive one copy for one year gratis. Twelve copies for $10; twenty-five copies for $20.
Ir is with pleasure we announce to printers, that since our last advertisement in the "Lady's Book" and the "Ink Fountain," denouncing the monopoly, designed to be created by certain Type Founders, we have received so liberal a supply of orders from all parts of the country as to satisfy us that our protest against the monopoly has been deemed just by all reasonabie men.
We would now direct the especial attention of printers, who usually purchase for cash, to our very liberal terms-terms which no other Type Founder in the country dare publicly offer. It is certain that no countenance or support is due to those who, after having signed the resolutions adopted by the Convention of Type Founders, shall sell below the scale of prices which that Convention has assumed the authority to establish. But one course is, on their part, manly and honorable: Either to discard the authority of the Convention, or to abide by its standard of prices.
The inducements we offer for cash on type A discount of our own manufacture, are: of twenty per cent. on all orders over $600, and a discount of fifteen per cent, on all orders over $100. These terms are so eminently liberal for these stringent times, that printers who are mindful of their own interest will, we think, not fail to embrace them. When the fact is borne in mind, for proof of which we can unequivocally appeal to the most reputable and celebrated printers in the Union, who are constantly using our type, that we furnish an article equal, if not superior, to that of any other Type Founder in the country-despite the specious advertisements to the contrary of would-be rival manufacturers—we are jus nificent patronage. tified in expecting to receive the most ma
Every article necessary to a Printing Office constantly on hand.
COLLINS & MCLEESTER,
No. 1 Lodge Alley, back of new
G. R. APPLEBY'S
CRACKER & CAKE BAKERY,
WEST KING-ST., LANCASTER, PA.,