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FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 2, 1347.
Fourlli or July.
No preparations for tbo celebration of
this day, in a general manner, have boon
made. We understand that there, will
bo a few picnic parties and probable a
aundaytfchool celebration but none of
the citizens. ' .
Our readers can show proper respect
by reading and pondering upon the Dec
laration of Independence. They cannot
peruse it too often.
In these war times, we feel very pa
triotic, and had intended to expatiate as
usual upon the wisdom of our fathers and
the advantages of a free government, but,
supposing that our readers know as much
about these things as we do ourselves,
wo concluded to lot them write their own
eulofiums. We trust none of them will
be so unpatriotic or skeptical as to allow
the "Sabbath of Freedom"' to pass by
without due observance. John Adams,
the Elder said that it was to be a jfft
day a day to bo honsred and observed
by the citizens of America throughout all
coming time, and out of respect to the
venerable and eloquentpatriot, we should
be careful not to make him out a false
prophet. And though we may not build
bon-fires and have illuminations, let us in
our hearts celebrate the day and honor
the great and good men, who braved the
halter and the stake, that they might
transmit tho boon of liberty to their cb.il
dien and their children's children.
ject us to a jurisdiction foreign to our
constitution, and unacknowledged by our
laws, giving his assent to tlioir acts of
For quartering large bodies of armed
troops among us:
For protecting them, by mock trial,
from punishment for any murders which
they should commit on the inhabitants of
these states: .
For cutting ofTour trade with all parts
of the world:
For imposing taxos.on us without our
For depriving us, in many cases, of the
benefits of trial by jury:
For transporting us beyond seas to bo
tried for pretended ofTencos:
For abolishing the free system of Eng
lish laws in a neighboring province, es
tablishing therein an arbitrary govern
ment, and enlarging its boundaries, so as
to render it at once an example, and fit
instrument tor introducing the same ab
solute rule in those colonies:
For taking away our charters, abolish
ing our most valuable laws, uud altering,
fundamentally, the laws of our govern
ments: For suspending our own legislatures,
and declaring themselves invested with
power to legislule for us in all cases whatsoever.
He has abdicated government here, by
LANCASTER, Friday, July 2. 18 17.
CORRIfCTKD WIIIII It KIKKIAD DOT.
DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE.
IN CONGKESS JULY 4, 176.
THE UNANIMOUS DECLARATION OF THE
THIRTEEN UNITED STATES OV AMERICA.
When, in the course of human events,
it becomea necessary for one people to
dissolve the political bands which have
connected thorn with another, and to as
sume, among the powers of the earth, the
separate and equal station to which the
laws of nature and of nature's God enti
tle them, a decent respect to the opin
ions of mankind requires that they should
declare the causes which impel them to
We hold theso truths to bo self-evi
dent: that all men are created equal, that
they are endowed by their Creator with
certain unalienable rights; that among
these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of
happiness. That to secure these rights,
governments are instituted among men,
deriving thoir just powers from the con
sent of the governed; that whenever any
form of government becomes destructive
of these ends, it is the right of the people
toalteror abolish it, and to institute anew
government, laying its foundation on such
priciples, and organizing its powers in
such form, as to them shall seem most
likely to etTect their safety and happiness
Prudence indeed, will dictate, tnat gov
ernments long established should not be
changed for light and transiont causes
and accordingly all experience hath
shown, that mankind are more disposed
to suffer, while evils are suflerable, than
to ritrht themselves by abolishiug the
forms to which they aro accustomed. But
when a Ions train of abuses nnd usurpa
tions, pursuing invariably the same object
evinces a design to reduce them under
absolute despotism, it is their right, it is
their duty, to throw oil such government
and to provide new guards lor their tu
ture security. Such has been the patient
sufferance of these colonics; and such i
now the necessity which constrains them
to alter their formor systems of govern
ment. Tho history of the present king
of Great bntain is a history ot repeated
lniunes and usurpations, all having in di
rect object the establishment of an abso
lute tyranny over those states. To prove
this, let the facts be submitted to a can
He hns refused his assent to laws the
most wholesome and necessary for the
public good. .
He has forbidden his governors to pass
laws of immediate ond pressing impor
tance, unless suspended in their opera
tion, till his assent should be obtained
and when so suspended, he has utterly
neglected to attend to them, lie has re
fused to pass other laws for the accom
modation ot largo districts ot people, un
less those people would relinquish th
right of representation in the legislature,
a right inestimable to them, and formid
able to tyrants only.
He has called together legislative bod
ies at places unusual, uncomfortable, and
distant from the depository of their pub
lic records, for the sole purpose of fatigu
ingthem into compliance with his meas
ures. He has dissolved representative houses
re pouted ly, for opposingwith manly
firmness, his invasions on the rights of
lie has refused, for along time after
such dissolutions, to cause others to be
elected; whereby the legislative powors,
incapable of annihilation, have returned
to the people at large, for their exercise,
theStae remaining in the moantimo, ex
posed to all the dangers ofinvasion from
without, and convulsions within.
He has endeavored to prevent the
population of these states; for that pur
pose obstructing the laws for naturaliza
tion of foreigners, refusing to pass others
to encourage their migration hither, and
raising the condition of now appropria
tions of lands.
He has obstructed the administration
ofjustico by hia refusing his assent, to
laws for establishing judiciary powers.
He has made judges dependent on his
will alone, for the tenure of their offices,
andVhe amount and payment of thoir sal
aries. He has erected a multitude of new of
fices, and sent hither swarms of officers,
to harass our people, and eat out their
substance. " ,. '
He has kept ameng us in times of peace
standing armies, without the consent of
our legislatures. -
He has affected te render the military
independent uf, and superior to, the civil
He has combined with others to sub-
out of his protection, and
waging war against us.
He has plundered our seas, ravaged
our coasts, burnt our towns, and destroy
ed the lives of our people.
He is at this time transporting lai "e ar
mies of foreign mercenaries to complete
the works of death, desolation, nnd tyran-
y, already begun wnh circumstances ot
cruelty and perfidy, scarcely paralleled m
the most barbarous ages, and totally un
worthy the head of a civilized nation.
lie has constrained our tellow-citizens,
taken captive on the high seas, to bear
arms against their country, to become the
executioners of their friends and breth
ren, or to fall themselves by their hands.
He has excited domestic insurrection
among us; and has endeavored to bring on
the inhabitants of our frontiers tho mer
ciless Indian savages, whose known rule
of warfare is an undistinguished destruc-
lon of all ages, sexes, and conditions.
In every stage of these oppressions we
have petitioned for redress in tho most
humble terms; our repeated potilionshavo
been answered only by repeated injury,
A prince, whose character is thus mark'
ed by every act which may define a ty
rant, is unfit to be ruler ot a free people.
Nor have we been wanting in atten
tions to our British brothreu. We have
warned them, from time to time, of at
tempts by their legislature to extend an
unwarrantable jurisdiction over us. Wo
have reminded them of the circumstatv
ces of our emigration and settlement here
We have appealed to their native justice
and magnanimity, and we have conjured
them by the ties of our common kindred
to disavow these usurpations, which would
inevitably interrupt our connections and
correspondence.. Ihey, too, have been
deaf to the voice of justice and consan
guiuity. we must thoretore, acquiesce
in the necessity which denounces oursep
aration, and hold thorn, as we hold the
rest of mankind enemies in war, in
We, theretore, the representatives ot
the United States of America, in general
Congress assembled, appealing to the
supreme Judge ot the world tor the rcc
tiludo ot our intentions, do, in the name
and by the authority of the good people
of these colonies, solemnly publish and
declare, that these united colonies aro
and of right ought to be free and mdepon
dent states: that they are absolved from
all allegionce to the lirilish crown, and
that all political connection between tliom
and tho state ot Great liritaiu is, an
ought to bo, totally dissolved; and that as
free and independent states, they have
full power to levy war, conclude peace
contract alliances, establish commerce
and do ull other acts and things which in
dependent states may of right do. And
for tho support of this declaration
with a firm reliance on tho protection ot
Divine Providonce, we mutually pledge
to each othorour lives, our fortunes, and
our sacred honor.
President of Congress, and
Delegate from Massachusetts.
New Hampshire. Josiah Barllett
William Wipple, Matthew Thornton.
Massachusetts Bay. Samuel Adams
John Adams, Robert Treat Paine, El
Rhode Island Stephen H opkins
Connecticut. Roger Sherman, Samuel
Huntington, William Williams, Oliver
New York. William Floyd, Phili
Livingston, Francis Lewis, Lewis Morris
New Jersey. Richard Slocton, Jol
Witherspoon, Fruncis Hopkitison, Jol
Hart, Abraham Clark.
Pennsylvania. Robert Morris, Benja
min Rush, Benjamin Franklin, John Mor
ton, George Clymer, James Smith, Geo.
Taylor, James Wilson, George Ross. '
Delaware. Oscsar Rodney, Georgo
Read, Thomas M'Kean.
Maryland. Samuel Chase, William
Paca, Thomas Stone, Charles Carroll, of
: Virginia. Georgo Wythe, Richard
Henry Lee, Thomas Jefferson, Bonjamin
Harrison, Thomas Nelson, Jr., Francis
Lightfoot Lee, Carter Braxton.
North Carolina. William Hooper
Joseph Hews, John Penn.
bouth Carolina. Edward Kuttlodgo,
Thomas Heyward, Jr., Thomas Lynch,
Jr., Arthur Middloton.
Georgia. Button Gwinnett, Lyman
Hall, Goorge Walton.
Attest. Charges Thompson, Scct'y.
Dried A pule.,
D. I f , -1 L.' I
u)Vf. .of it iba-boou,. .
Coin SS03O Clover Seed.
Out lti-a 13 White Beaut,.
Bailey 37 leathers,
Corn Meal, 371 Pcarlush, C$
Butor, (j Shot 1 75
Eggs, .4 Load 6J
Bacon, S'SG Powder ..C,i:
Laid, 4 Whiskey IU18
Tallow "...7 Chocolate 1C
Rice ..6J Peper, 12 J
N.O.Sitgar,. 8j Ginger 12j
Loaf do lij-a'Ju' Haluratiis,. 8
Molasses, 37 wllit8 Kish,.. $10-8)11
Tei 45ai)0 I'ickoral, '.) 00
Coffee ; . . 8 f)l Cav. Tobacco, . 1 4 '13
Salt, (bairol).... 1 75 Kentucky do ...Tdi
Cincinnati, June SU.
Flour There arc no sales reported, mid we
hear of no employ . $4,7 is tlie asking price;
out no Olivers nt II ml rare.
orn, in sacks, lOrent. No chance in Groceries.
Whiskey 21 J. Salt No. 23 cents (Jazette.
Cihi.i.icotuk, June 29.
Tlio regular quotation for Wheat is 75c. Flour
retail at 'j'a $5,25. (.'orn HS'ai'it) cents shelled;
'tto-lfi in ear. Outs 17 et. Barley iO'w 4"c; Flax-
sood 6-V70c; Beans 50S2c; Lard C,raCk cents;
Macon. 1 loir round, lik eouls. Gazette.
ZiNF.ivu.i.K, June 29.
Wo onnle Wheat at 80 cent: Flour, ut retail.
$.Va$j,5U; Corn 3Uc: Oats wry 1720 conta. I
wool stil! comes in, uml price inn ns belore.
Any 18'o2lt cents. As high as 30u lias lieen paid
for a superior aiticle, and well put up .Courier.
Cleveland, June 2 ).
The market remains without chanco. We re
port sules ol 80(1 bushels Wheat nt 1 15c. Prices
om teams Wieiit I DOS' 112c Coin AVaZOa.
Buffalo, June 24.
Black Rock Flour at $ii,25. For fair Western.
minds the highest figure wo hear offered is tli,-
71 which is a little below tlm views of sellers,
li boing the asking price. Wheat at $l,3.Vil,-
371; Corn 55 cents. Commercial Advertiser.
rirrsnUHGil, June 28.
Flouii The receipts on sulo were small and
were disposed of with difficulty at $5 per barrel,
generally for city use. Wool is coining in freely
and brings full prices. Gazelle.
lly Telegraph ror llie Baltimore l'atnot.
I'iiiladklnii a, Saturday, June 26-5 P. M.
The Flour market is heavy, and prices are droop
ing; small sale of Western brands ut $(i..r.O; gen
erally held at$C,75; nothing done in Pennsylvania
brands; mure than li,75 cannot be had. Corn
.Meal is dull there are sellers ut $4,25, but no
Nothing doing in V heat. 1 nine Red is held
it 150 cents. Bales of Yellow Cum ut91U2 els;
Outs 5860 cents. Whiskey will not bring over
a J2 cents per gallon.
The Provision market remains unchanged and
prices as lust quoted.
1 here is not much enquiry lor Cotton, and the
market is heavy.
Ksw York, Saturday, June 2(i 5 1'. M.
Tho market for Flour is very dull ami prices
have a downward tendency. Dealers are begin-
uig to hold oil tor further news trom l.urope.
part 'Chungo of some 8000 bbls, Genesse. nt $7:
more than which shippers ore unwilling to give.
Ohio and Michigan, $i,81i'a$7. Southern Flour
will not bung over$7,0(iito7,124. Sales ot Corn
Meul nt $4,75 to $4,93. 1 he receipts ot t lour
are still heavy. '
1 here is a decline in drain, denosso Wheat
sold at 185 cents; several hundred bushels Ohio
lted, not prime quality, ut 145 cents; Prime lted
nd mixed will liring Hlvdlna to 1(j cents.
Sales of about 30,000 bushels Yellow Corn at 96 to
98 cts; Oats 52 cts; Uye 100'ai 1 10 cts; Whiskey 3;
1 here is a tuir demand lor 1 revisions, droce-
ies without change. Kico has declined l! ct.
I he Lotion market is quite; sale very small
Dealers are uwaitius further udvices from Euioih',
uud anticipate a larthcr advance.
INew Orleans, Juno 18 24 1. M.
Tlio Cotton market is quiet, uud prices at a
stand. Sules of Ohio and Illinois Flour ut $'),5(i.j,
and St. Louis City Mills ut $7.2 ). Corn Meal
sold at .$). . Salus of Yellow Corn at 8()o81
cents. 1 hore is less inquiry tor lor 1 rovisions;
prices on the decline. Sugars and Molasses quiet.
Ualtimork, Saturday June 0 r. M.
There was some enquiry tor Howard street
t lour this morning, and sales nave tiiKcn place 111
all to the extent ol about 20UU bbls, with rattier
more sellers than buyers; small sules have also
been made at $6,43. Nothing dune in City Mills
r lour; too last sules were nt $b,75, more than
which it will not now command; very little on
hand. Susquehanna Flour will not bring over
S6.50. Corn Meal dull ut 14.50.
The supply ol firaiu is smnll. Sales ot l onn-
sylvauia lied Wheat at 125 to 133 cents; a sale yes
terday ol 1500 bushels I .iuuo ra. Ued ut 131 cts:
good to prime Maryland runuos from 1 15 to 128c:
White Wheat 145 100 cents. Corn is dull; sales
f Yellow at B iaSS cents, White at 84 85 ceuts;
Oats 60 cents; Kyo 100 cents per bushel
Whiskey is dull, and will not linn; over J'ya- s.i
cents, f revisions and urocones quiet
Beel Cattle $3,683 per 100 ft gross average;
Hogs $5,31 to $6,121 per 100 IB Patriot
The Executive committee of this county (or the
Belief of (he suHerini poor ol Ireland having soaio
time ago determined to convert produce received
or Jl'is purpose into cwh and forward the mm
to Cincinnati t0,a mre invested in provisions
& lorwurded to Ireland the Treasurer, 11. Miers
Ksq , this duy forwarded $135 to llou-Johu C.
Wright. Chtirmau ol the Itulief Com. ot Cincin
nati whnre it will ho accordingly invested and sent
to its destination. Tunlithn wholo ainoaut re
ceived by this committee bn'.h tor produc tun
trihuted and on csih subscriptions.
There is still some produce at distant points
which has not been converted, into cash the pro
ceeds ot which will bo forwarded as soon ai re
ceived. Persons having nrodueeon h.iml rr, Heeled
for this pui'iMisn will please report to this comaiiU
It should bo remarked that cnuaideruhlc remit
Unices have been made from this county which
did not pass through, the hands of this committee.
M. A. DAL'Cilll-'.RTV. SoVy,
Ex. llelie.J Com.
Lancaster, Juno 29, 18J7.
IVLol no family go one hour without Vaughn's
nieuu iiie in uieir uaims mai is 10 say 1101 exact
ly in their hands, but let it be where they can lay
their hands 011 it. This advice we know to be
good follow it up see advertisement in our pa
JOHN D. MARTIN.
n. P. KFFINGER,
jtiarti. sc i:fi ixji;.:,
Attorneys and Counsellors ai Law.
OFFICF- In Foster's Brirlt Building.
Lsneuitrr.Ohio, June II, 1347. 5
MARRIED On theiMth day of June. 1847. bv
the Kcv. David II. Swartz, Mr. CHK1ST1AN
GUAi;L and Miss KLIZABETlli.MOZihR, both
of Baltimore, Fairfield County, Ohio.
Mate of Jam' Hill,
OTK.'E is hereby givmi, leal the undersigned
L hut been duly appointed and qiAlified at the
March Term, 1847, of Fairfield Common Tieas,
as the Adiniuiitrator of Jamai Hill, deceased.
, FLlAS Lf.lB, Adiu'lor.
June 18. 1847. 4w8.
A Greater quantity than ever to be had at
GATES & COSPEK'S.
Jane 18. 1 8 i7. .
Keceiver' al .
Y (TILL he sold 00 Saturday tht lO'l day of
W Jniynext.nl 10 o'clock, A. M.. at the
diwir of the Court House in Lancaster. Ohio.
10 SHARKS ol STOCK in the ZANESVILLE
ami MAYSVILLK TCUNPIKE ROAD COMPA
NY Terms ol sale CASH.
C. F. BHjEFFER, Receiver.
Laiicuater, June 18, 1817. 4w6
TO LANCASTER MERCHANTS
Franklin Cotton Factory,
rHVILS Establishment is now in foil operation
M. and maiiufactiiring Cotton YARNS, CARPET
CHAIN. CANDLE-WICK, COTTON TWINE,
BATTING, etc. The machinery being new and
of the very best modern style, the Proprietor hav
ing also secured the services of an able Manager,
(formerly of the Hope Mill, Pittsburgh,) U now
prepared to offer to Merchants generally u supe
rior nrlicle in his line and always put up in the
nnulest stylo mid at us low rales as can be purchas
ed west of llie Mountain". Pittsburgh not except
ed, and shull be thrtiikfid for a liberal share of the
public favor. Warehouse on Main-street, a few
doors below the Merchants' and Mechanics' Bank,
opposile aide. GEORGE T. TINGLE.
July 2, 1847. Wheeling Timet $2 5w8
MACCRACHEN& G ALBBAITH
HAVE THIS XtkX COMMKXCED 11KCK1 VINO THE
WITHIN NINETY-FIVE DAYS.
IS THE AMOUNT OF THIS PURCHASE.
Lancaster, July 2, 1817.
Levying Tmx tor Corporation purposes,
for the yer, Ik47.
WEC 1 tie it ordained by the Town Ciuneil
of the Town of Lancntier, That n Tax of
iinir.r. .iiii.i,.-i on me Dollar, oe and the same
is hereby lei ie.l and assessed for Town slid CorpO'
ration purposes. 011 all property subject to Taxa
tion 1 for Stale uud County purposes, wiihin the
limits of said Corporation of Lancaster, for the
year l.igliteen hundred and lortv-seven.
OnluiiieiLJiiue M, 1347.
GEORGE SWUERSON, President, T. C.
Attest .Ions B. Hkkij, Hecordrr.
Lancaster, June 18, 1817- C
Fashionable Tailors.- : lne fauna 8L,lHe.
L ETBW .'FXRX2
Thk Wool Trade The Buffalo Cour
ier of Friday says:
"The wool maket begins to open, and
prices are considerably better than last
season. Sales of 8,000 lbs. of various
qualities at from 20 to 30 cents. Last
year the range of common discriptions
was from 17 to 27." - -The
Rochester Dem. of Tuesday says:
"Prices open, on an average, about
three cents per pound higher than last
year. The average is the same in other
noints. Durinir the past week about 25,
000 pounds having been purchased in
this market, at prices varying from 25 to
35 cents. But tew lotsot the better des
criptions have yot appeared."
tyTliefact is well known, that Uiianiuikth
Pills ure a certain euro in every form of disease,
ull having the same root, which is impurity of the
circiituting limn, llie blood.
In a period ot littlomore than ten years 111 the
United Btutes, they have restored Ut perfect
iilalth and etiinymciit over roi'R HUNniu:n
thousand persons who were given over us incu
ruble by Physicians ot the lust rank and stumliii
and in ninny cases when every oilier remedy had
been resorted to 111 vain.
The great secret is to lmve the medicine by
you wueu you nre nrst auucKou wuu sicaucssi
one dose then will have more good effect than
twenty, if you put it off until disease lias enfeebled
the bodily powers; llierelore every individual who
considers neaitii a messing, suouiu always Keep i
box ot Brandrelht Vegetable Unwersal Pills,
where they can be sure to lay their bauds on
them when wanted. Twenty-fire cents cannot
possibly be better disposed of. A valuable life
may be saved, or a long tit of sickness prevented.
OT- Bnvitif of I'minierfein! ! ! The (ollnivinj,
aie the only atulioi ized Agnus lor the tale of ilic
granitic Braiidreih Pills in I airfield county
AvDRttsoN Si Mvkb, Lancaster, Joseph Hem
em. Rmallon, Peter Weiser, Orrrn Castle, Israel
Gregg, l,ythopaUs,i. B. F.vans, Winchester Tetei
Shaver, Oakland, J. II. bunilermas Amanda. I).
Beery, Sugar Grove, Ashnaush & Beery, Bremen,
I lia's (J. Wilson & tin., linshrtllc, Jesse l.eolnier.
It est RushriUc, V. Breck, Carroll. N. J. Bowen,
Pickcrtn!ton ("ox & Reuil, Baltimore, Philip
iuiit, Plcasanlrillc,. B. & C. Padileu, Salem,
Jncoh Ketnrr, Jlillersjort.
Lancaster July 2, 1647. I1118.
It Has Perfectly Cured Mo.
I'liiLADKi.riHA, December, 1837.
To Dr. D. Javiic Dear Sir The ustonishiii"
nnd miraculous beueliciul effects your vulunblo
EXPECTORANT hud on my neighbor, the Rev.
Mr. Rusliiis, made so favorable impression on my
mind, 'that ufter consulting with several Friends
and learning that yon wore a regular Practitioner
of Medicine. I culled upon you, and purchased
half a dozen bottles, and told you that it I lived to
tako them, you should have u -rood report trom me,
lum alive and well this day! Thanks bo to a
merciful God and your Expectoruut, and now I
come forward cheormlly to lullil my promise
ror twenty tons years unci 1 been a constant
sufferer from the effects of a hard, dry cough, puiu
in the breast, and difficulty ot breathing; the last
five of which, chills and fevers, evory spring and
fall, added to my misory. I was worn wuy to a
mere skeleton; with tho groatest dilhcuiiy only
could I got up uud down stairs; my appetite was
gone, nun my suetigin uuu so inr iiuieu me, uiai
my mends woro persunticu 1 couiu not survive
iniinv weeks, unless I obluiucd relief. Indeed,
sir, my situation was so perfectly miserable to my
self, and so distressing to my family, that I felt
willing to die whenever it should please the Mas
ter to take mo homo. But I heard of your medi
cine and relief emtio. Yes ! it proved the Bulm
of Gilead" to my poor afflicted body. Before I
had tuken ONE BOTTLE, I exporionccd a utili
sation of ull my symptoms, nnd to my great joy I
tound in the continued use of it tlio hnp iest relief.
In shorts r. IT HAS MADE A I'l'IKr 1XT (JUtlt
Of ME and I can truly suy I have no desire to
be better. -With
everlasting gratitude, I am dear sir, your
obliged friend. Mart Gill.
Corner of Rose Street and Germautown Road,
Prepared only by Dr. D. JAYNE, No. 8 South
Third sireet, Philadelphia.
For sale by BURY & BECK.
Lancaster July 2, 1317. aw8.
IV. S. I1UATY,
HooltMcllcr and Stationer,
One door teest of the Hacking Valley Bank,
MAIN STREET LANCASTER OHIO,
KEEPS constantly on hand, a large assortment
of Medical Miscellaneous and School Books
Also BlaiiK-books. Matiounry i-c. &c. ol every
description. A II of which will be sold ut prices
as moderate us those ot any establishment in
Central Oil 10
Lancaster June 23 1847. ly7.
Looking lass Plato.
g ATES &.COSPER,(in theTallmadge House 1
VJH" are prepared to furnish Looking Glass Plates
of ull sizes, from 8 by 10 inches to 1 3 ly 26 inches,
at very lorn prices.
Lancaster, June 'Jo 1817. 7
.Sale of Kcal Estate.
BY virtue of an order of the Court of Com
mon Pleas for Fairfield County, made at its
September Torm, A. D. 1846, ami to us directed,
as Administrators of the Estate ol FREDERICK
SLOUGH, deceased, wo shall proceed to sell ou
Saturday the 31st day of July, 1817,
on the premises, tho following described Real
Kstute, to-wtt, l.vi.ui S No's 41 and 4J, in tlie
Town of Winchester, in said County of Fairfield:
AIpo, Two Acres of OUT-LOT No. 2, ndjoiiiing
said Town of Winchester, being tho property of
whiclj said Frederick Slough, died seized.
Terms of Sale One-third cash in hand, and tho
balance iu one and two years, with interest on
deleiTed payments, to bo secured by murtgnge or
approved pcrsonul security.
Due attendance will bo given by tho undersign
ed, NATHANIEL TALLMAN,
Adm'tarsnfthc Estate of Frederick Sloughdcc'd
IIP The above property will be sold free from
ull right of Dower on niv pari in raid premises.
MARY SLOCGH, Widow.
June 25,1817. pf$:,50 b'w7
Sale of Stall.
FH1I1E iniilersigiiml will
Ji- batnriny the 'id day of July next, the Vacant
STALLS inthe M j. kelllouwiii Lancaster, arae
able to llie Ordinances of said Town. Sals to
commntce at eight o'clock A. M. of said day, at
said Market House.
IVAftor the third day of July, and until the
first of October next, three markets, to-wit: on
Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturdays, will be held
ill every wwk.
GEORGE W. WOK It ALL, Mirkcl Mas'rr.
Lancaster, June 18. 1817. 3w6
State of lu'o, .lFmginj Conntij.
CUU1U' OK COMMON PLEAS.
Isaac Fairchild ,
Ann Fairchild. Widow, Elizabeth
Fairchild. Rachel. Wife of Geo.
W.Feiistnmaker William Fair
child, Muriha Fairchild, of Fair
field county. Ohio, and Lidia,
Wife of Jonathan Kneppcr of
PicknwHV county, Ohio, anil
Moses Fairchild, & .Mary. Wile
ofShedriek Ililaud, of the Stale
01 mil a. r,.,,iu
rill IE above named Defendant are hereby no.
J tilled of the tiling of the ubove mention Pe
tition, praying for the assignment of Dower iu.nud
llie partition of llie same, according to the several
rights of Demandant and said Defendants, as slated
in said Petition and thai an order will be taken
in the premises accordingly nt the ucxl Terra of
J. RADnBAL'GII. Clerk.
SHOP In Shnffcr's Building, one door East of
the Tallnid$e llou.
Lancaster, June 11, 1817. 5
' MieriiPs Sahr
Msrriot It. Msyoe, )
versus FAiRfin.o Cosmos
Joseph O. Waters et all ) Pliai.
By virtue of in order of sa'e to ma directed
from the Court of Common Plem for Fairfield
County. OiiW, I will offer and exposa to aale by
publk Veinliiu and outcry at thedmirof the Court
Honta in said County, mi Monday the 26th day of
Ja!y next between ihe Ikiu of ten o'clock A. M.
and four o'clock P. M. of said day the following
descr ibed Real Estale. lo wit: In Lots N,,s, one.
two and sixty iu llie Town of West Riubville iu
aid County. EL1AS PERKY, Hkenf.
Jmi23th 18f. pill CI). 7-3
MYk CHEAP STORE.
' HE subscriber is now in receipt of, and has
1 opened at his store,
A FULL AND COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
a D ID 8
both Demestic and Foreign, all or which are fi eU
iuiporutioin. anil of the most approved style and
patterns. At my Store, the
1st door East cf the Swan Hotel,
cau be found in their greatest variety and quantity ,
all descriptions of
Cloths, Cassiiiiercstiattii.cU U
JEANS AND VXSTINGS,
together with every article of Woolen, Worsted.
Linen. Silks and Cotton U'mds, required by La
dies, Geutlemen. Missesand Youliu. Also:
t.rocrries and liar diva re,
SHOES, WALL PAPER.
and every variety of Staple and Fancy Articles
wli'i' h are made use of.
i Wm. Ami mmmrm
The Lalies will Hud at this st re. every variety ol
UEliEGES. in patterns nnd pieces;
Heruge and Saliu stvi:d nnd plaid Shawn:
Uere-'e sud Silk Searls nnd llanUKercnieis.
The most beautiful LAWN'S, DE LAlNES
Toizether with every vai ietv of
LINENS. OA MB RICKS. GINGHAMS
CHINTZES, ttibbons. Parasols, Sun shades,
Gloves Hosiery, Sec. Sic. &...
Families wanting choice articles of Groceries, will
do well to call '.
of the South-
AVhOicn.ile and ICctail.
JOHN ErriNGEIl & CO-
la tba Bcw nalldUg lately rcts4 by M.
M. A Ibs worth, nearly oppoalts th
HAVING lately purchased the ENTIRE NTW
STOCK OF GOODS of Mr. a. M. AlN.
WOR I'M, together with hisLte Sprin? Durchases.
the citizens of Fairfield and adjoining counties
are solicited to call and examiue onr assortment,
which is now complete The Stock was selocted
witli great care and was purchased by ns at prices
below the Eastern cost, so that we will be enn
bleu to sell bcaalilnl and excellent (ods at very
reduced prices. We ore determined to please the
public ami we have the means to do it. The
quality of our Stork cannot be surpassed, and tor
cheapness, we clialleuge competition.
Our assortment consists, iu part, of the follow
For the Ladies.
We have the largest variety of Summr Dre";a
Goods ever opened in Lancaster, and which can
not be excelled in quality, cheapness or beauty uf
patterns, among which are
im( pices ot L AblLOhS, at prices raryinj
rom 6J to 18 cents
Alpaccas, plain sud stnpc.l
Oaihmeros and Muslin de Laius
Bei egea and Dalzurines
A large assortment of Lawns, r?rry new t'ules
Scotch und Earlstou Ginghams and Gingham
A fine assortment of Plain ami FANCY SILK
FRENCH WORK COLLARS Mini COTTON
A large assortment of BONNET RIBBON
l.L'iHORN nn.I STRAW BONNETS
Cotton nud Silk PARASOLS and Sunshades
A fine assortmemt of Summer ARTIFICIALS,
together with a general assortment of Dress Trim
mings, tc. Slc.
For the Gentlemen.
S 0 pieces BROAD CLOTH, all colors & pricca
Rough and Ready and Monterey Casaimeres
Superior trench and English Dine uo
T'lrcrn-tei-nrs will be furnished with choice
LIQ.VOR.i. WISES and GROCERIES.
1C, and Range
No. 19. in said
Juno II, 1317
William Lee, Adiuiiiislra-
AND STRAW STORE.
Toe subscriber is also prepared to furnish the ,
public nt bis Store Room, the 2d door Eastol Itie
"Swan Hotel." the most beautiful andchoiceas-
westQuartorof ; sortmentof CHINA. GLASS. LIV t.nruuu ami
Section No.32 I ordinary CROCKEUY-WAKE. either in rea or
Townsliip No. i Dinner Setts; or smaller quantity. Also, LOJK-
ULASShS ot all siies.
At this store, a room is also fitted up with
I.ADIKS STRAW and olhtr BOSETHf
of all kinds, and the most recent uud approved
styles, emhiuc'mg in rt the Chinee Peral. wler
and Rice Peral, and Klorenie and Rutlaua bon
nets. Also, ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS 111 great vane-
'To all the above slock of Goods, tho public at
teution is particularly invited, ull of which will be
jr..i .1... must ioM.uii:dilp terms, for
1'airfeld Common Pleas. ,.- is I k lll'f I.' '
j ncat variety of llie above cau lie spared 10
! Country Merchants ou reasonable u:rin
J 1- it 1 1
toi of Thomas Lee, dec. 1 LN FAIRFIELD j Lancasler, June 13, 1347.
.lizabcth Lee and others. I COM.MON PLEAS. ! :pl.lllT11 tl VAV&.. t
I 11 virtue 01 an order ol sale to uic directed by
1,1.- r ;i ... m ....J
jsj mc voui i mo
T. U. WHITE.
L ul'nresMiil. ut ha Tut.i lulr I
H In ClIASt KRY
I will Oil
Saturday the 10th day of July next.
before the Court Houso door iu Lancaster, offer '
at public sale the following tract of Land situate I
iu said County, known ns Lot No. 34, in the North I
end East halfol Section No. 20. Township No. lfi, (
Range 20. containing 100 Acres, being the same
Lands conveyed by Thomas Holleubuck and wile. I
August 55, 1313, to the said Thomas Lcc.decens- a. li.; it ri.np of War. members of said compa
cd. Suid Lauds are known to be sold subject to .- who have receiveJ certificates of service dur
the Dower Estate therein to Si'iuh Lee, widow, i,12 time of peace, are also notified to appear for
us assigned to her at said May Term, and upon the duty at the time and place. All must appear arm-
innns lonowmg, tn-wit: One-third ill hand one-: ei aJ equipied as the law directs. Ail oenu
third iu one ami the residue in two years, with . nnenrie will be hereby uoted und returned.
rjlHE Members of the GermanGuarits
JL are hereby notified, that agreeable
to the By-Laws, a muster of said com
pany will be held on the 1st Saturday in
every month duriug the Summer sea
son iu every vcar. Therefore in obe
dience to sa'id By-Laws the Guards are
hereby directed to parade iu Lancaster,
for coniDanv drill at 10 o'clock A. M.,
ou Saturdaytke 3d day of July next.
interest on the deferred payments from the day
WILLIAM LEE. Adm'tor,
Of Ike Estate of Thomas Lee. deceased.
JuueM, 1847. 3.50 6w4
Lnncaster. June 18. 131"
1 ..I) pieces plant, striped and barred SAT 1 1
NETS.fiom 25 to 87J rents per vard
piocr-s KENTUCKY JEANS
Gold and Oxford Mixed TWEEDS
Merino Cassimeres, plain and taucy Gambroous
Brown Linens and Cotton DRILLINGS
Marseilles, Merino and Silk Vestings, fee.
Iu addition to the above, wc have a large stock of
Such as Brown and Bleached Muslins, Tickinyt.
Brown and Bleached Sheeting from 1J to 2J
vards wide; Cotton and Linen Bagging. Ike.
Wc have Bleached and Brown Liuen TubU
Cloths. Damask and Russia Diopftrs. Damask and
Book M'Ulni Curtains, louuterpams, table Lo
vers. &.c. &c. ic.
AH kinds or Groceries.
A large ossortment of QUEENSWARE and
GLA3SWARE. Leghorn. Palm Leaf,8ilk, Fur
nnd Brush HATS. BOOTS nnd SHOES; Ladies'
Kid and Morocco SLIPPERS. 4-e. &c.
We are opposed to puffing and bloving we
shall not sell our Goods afr than cost, as we
expect to make a living profit from them: but we
respectfully invite the public to call and examine
our stock and prices before purchasing elsewhere,
as we intend to rely upon the quality and prices
uf them to obuiina fair share of patronage.
We will take in exchange for our Goods, all
kinds of Country Produce,
for which wo will pay the highest market price.
Bring along your Cash and vour Produce and call
at tJie -THREE WALNUT DOORS," where
you will fiuil the best Goods and lowest prices.
JOHN EFFINGER A. CO.
Lancaster, June 7, 1347.
Ci n 1 F. nf the finest snecime 1 s of Jewelry ever
1 O brought to Lancaster, among which may be
I found Cumeo Pins, single alone do. Bracelets,
Pencil cases. Finger rings, barrings, .inn-
III 1 ly T I rhain.
illlOrilCy ,UIU lyUUUSeilOr ill LUW, j--""'' '.;--: Hair ornaments. Guard l Fob
Kevs. Gold and Silver Thimbles. S:c. I Heap lor
Administrator de bonis non o( In Cii
Elizabeth Miller deceased.
Jane Sinilh and others. j PEAS.
1 "y virtue of an order of sale to me tlirecteJ in
U the nbove case ut tho May Term, 1317, uf
the Court ufoicsaid, 1 will ou
Saturday the Slat liny of July ne,
between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'
clock P. M. of said day. before the Court House
door iu said County, offer ut public sale the fol
lowing premises, lo-wil: In-Lot No. 12, in the 2d
Square of the Town of Lnncaster, with the im
provements thereon, upon the terms following,
to-wit: One-third in hand one-third iu 011c year,
uud the residue iu two yeurs with interest from
the dny of sale. The ubove premises have beun
appraised nt $1000, nnd cannot be sold for less
than Iwo-lhirils the appraised value t hereof.
SOSTHKNES McCABE, .4in'or,
de bonis nun of Ihe Estate of Elisabeth Miller.
Juno 25, 1347. pf$),50 6w7
ANNA WEAKLY (Widow) John II. Weakly.
Terry W. Weakly. James S. Weakly. Henry
Lcitnnkor and Ruth bis Wife. Sumucl Shaffer,
Elizuboih J. Weakly nud Nelson W. Weukly, will
tuko notice that 11 Petition was filed against them
011 tho 22d of June, A. D. 1847, iu the Court of
Common Picas, Fairfield County bv Otho K.
Weakly. Wherein the suid Otho K. Weakly de
mands Pai-tHiun of tho following Real Estate, situ
ated in mid County: Part of the North half of Sec
tion No, I. Township No 15, Range No. 19, and
further known by being Lot No. 10. in the Parti
tion of said half Section among the Hull's of Fred
erick Ariiold.deccuscd, conveyed by Lnah Bright,
former Leah Arnold and her Husband David
Bright to James 8. Weakly, Juno 25, 1835, con
taining Ninety-Four Acres, 111010 or less, and that
at the next Term of said Court, application will be
made by suid Otho K. Weakly lor un order that
Partition be made of said premises.
By WILLIAM SLADE, Jr., his Attorney.
June 25,1847. pf$4 7w7
AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY
tyUmcK. TnllmaiU'e's Building 3d Story.
Lancaster, June 5. l!J4(i-
I'airlieltl Common Pica.
Emanuel Arnold, Administrator "1 PETITION
of Jacob Mufklin. deceased. I
Widow and Hons of said dee'd. J CONVEY.
IHE Defendants Mury Ann M icklin, Rebecca
Mucklin, Jane Ann Macklin, Catharine Mack
I'm. Harvey Mackliu and Benjamin Mucklin. heirs-
it-law. anil legal representatives ol Jacob Mack-
GATES 4c CUS1T.R S.
Lancaster June 13. 1341.
Ill Fairfield Common Fleas.
ELIZiBETH WEBTZ, ) PETITION
JOHN WEKTZ. ) DIVORCE.
riH E above named Defendant will take notice.
I tl,:,t tlm said Elizabeth Wertz filed iu the
Clerk's Olli-e of the Court of Common Picas ot
Fairfield I ouutv. Ohio, oil the 27tli day of May,
A D 1847. her Petition, prjving that the bands ol
liu. deceased, and Catharine Macklin, Widow, of intrria-e between herself and the said John Wertz
the Cotintv of Wood. in the.Sln1eol(ll.io will take! I, dicudvrd. anil assigned therefor the lol
notice, that a Petition was filed iu the Clerk's Of-' lowinz causes: First wilful absence lor a period
Fii blie Sale.
BY virtue of anorderoftheConrt of Common
Pleas of Fairfield County. Ohio, made at is
May Term, A. D. 1347, 1 will infer for sale at pub
lic vendue, at the door of the Court House iu
On Saturday the 31st day of Jniynsit,
the following Real Estate, pertaining to the Estate
of the late David C. Kutliier, deceased, 10-w 11:
The Northeast Quarter of bectiou
No. 8. Township No. 16. and Range
No 18. containing...
subiect to the Life Estate of C. A. Ruff-
ner in 1UU Acres tnereoi, as assigueu
to her tor dower.
Part of the Northwest Quarter ol llie
adjoining Sectiou No. 9 coutaiuing
The West part 01 tne soumwesi
Quarter of Section No. 9. above men
Also, one undivided seventh-part ol
the Northwest Quarter of Section No.
18. Township No 16, Rauge No. 18.
containing 160 Acres, 22 85-101)
lice of the Court o! Common Pleas of said Fairfield
fillllTV fill llm Sill nt' .IntiA IAJ7 aMttinv Tui-tli
that said deceased, in his life-time, entered into a
written contract with one Joseph Mackliu, ol said
Fairfield County, by which he agreed for the con-
aidorulion of Three Hundred Dollars, to convey
to him the said Joseph, by proper Deeds of Con
veyance ull his right, interest, &c, to one undivid
ed tenth part of One Hundred and Fifty-seven
Acres of Laud, situate in said Fairfield County,
and being the same Tract of Laud of which De-
watt Mackliu, late of said County, died seized. 1
That full payment of the purchase money has !
been made as provided by the terms of said writ-1
leu contract but that the said Jacob failed iu his I
life-time to make the conveyance as agreed upon: )
haviug departed this life before the executiou of
of more than three wars. Secondly, gross ncg-
lort nt ibltv.
Saiil Petition will come on for hearing at the
September Term of said Court. A. l. 1S4'
' JOHN M. CREED.
A'iorncy for Petitioner
June 11, 1347 J,50ptbw5
Sale of lieal Fstalc.
BY virtue of ail onler to tne directed from the
Court of Common Pleas of Fairfield Couuty,
wade at its M iy Term. 1847. 1 will offer fir sale
ou the premises, in tlie Township of Cleuicreek,
iu said County of Fuirfield.
On Saturday the 17th day ol July next,
between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4
the same. The said Emanuel Arnold, as Admin-! "dock r. M., the following ueai r.s.n.e io- .
istrator, has filed his Petition, asking that he may The Northeast part ol the West ha rof Section No.
1.. 1 ... i... ....:.i 10 T..iv,.l,iri No. 12 and Ranso No. 20. beini the
i.ui..i.....:i' ' 1 . .., T..,n,l mnvevod bv C. S ater. Executor ot
Said Petition will be heard at the September
Term of said Court of Common Pleas of Fairfield
n t ..1 .1.1 .-v...-. ..... r.:i . 1 1
.uuiujr, uuu Milium emiu ijuiuiiiimiuf lan 10 pieao. i ..j c - n . 1
an-wer or demur to the snme. it will bo ukeu us ! containing 60 Acres and 124 Poles more or less.
BUDiect to llie uower Limit ---
I 'IILU. c , fcM J w ,
I John Slater to Elizabeth Peters, tsltianne L.ape,
1 nnd John Wolf, Hoirs-at-Law of Joba Wolf, de
ceased, bv Deed bearing date. Novemoer J, ia.su.
EMANUEL ARNOLD, Adm'tor,
of the Estate of Jacnb Macklxn, deceased.
Creeds. Attorneys for Petitioner.
Jiiueu, lSi7 J3.75 pt Iw5
Estate of George J. Etcntly.
TKTOTICE is hereby given that tho undersigned
1 has been appointed and qualified us Admin
istrator de bonis non, of the Estate of George J.
Bently lute of Fuirfield county Ohio, deceased.
Administrator de bonis non.
Dutod nt Lannaster June 18, 1847. ' 4w7.
A T our iustnnco an altnclimeut was this day
L issued by S. S. Geohegan, a Justice of tho
Peuco of Liberty Township, Fuirfield County,
Ohio, against tho property and effects of N. ling-
erty, n non-iesiueuioi sum mumy.
KINKEAD & DOTY.
Juno 2, 1847. 4w7
fTIABLE, Dt'sert and Tea Spoons. Salt, Mus
JL tard and Cream do. Butter Knives Arc. also
the Real German Silver Tublo &. Tea Spoons
For sale by GATES & COSPER.
June 18, 1847.
OF all kinds cheaper than ever ut
GATES & COSrER S.
June 18, 1817.
r"MIE undersigned takes this method of an
I uounciug to the citizens of Lancaster, that
he is prepared with a suitable room and VAPOR
BATH, nt the well known stand, in the baseineut
of the Washington Hotel, where he will be prepar
ed at all times to uccommodote all who may fa
vor nun wuu a can. aaiuraays excepieu.
J. P. CAREY.
Lnucnsler Juno 18, 1847. 3w6.
... J . 1 . I n I.-,- ta-ivit.
Wolt, as tne same lias ueeu '5u , - -being
one-third part of tlie above described Real
Estate. , ., . , .
TerimofSale One-thiril mhnud, one-third 111
one year, and the residue in two years, with in
terest upou the deferred paymeuta, lo be secured
by mortgage ou the premises.
b ISAAC GRIFFITH. Alitor,
of tht Estate of George Cunningham, deceased.
Juuell. 1847. 3pt4w5
Fitstatrof William Long', Sen
ALL those interested in the Estate of William
I.oNH. Sen., deceased, late of Fairfield coun
ty, Ohio, will tnke notice, that the subscriber has
been appointed uud qualified as Administrator of
snul Estate, and will nroceed forthwith to settle
the same according to law.
AMOS A. FRISBIE, Adm tor
June 11, 1847. 4w5
IiNoliitioii ol' Far tners hi p.
rWIHE Partnership existing between H. Rl!T
J. TER& LOOKABAUGH, under tho firm of
RUTTER & LOOKABAUGH, has this day been
dissolved by umlnl consent, llie Boj'ka will be
found ut the Old Stand for settlement, oy either of
the subscribers. 1
Lancaster, June 7, 1847. 3w5
N. B. The subscriber respectfully informs his
friends and the publio generally, that he still con
tinues the coopering business, at the old staud.
where he will always be found, ready to do any
work in the line of his business in the best man
ner sud shortest time. II. RUTTER.
HUE firm of J. C. Maccracken baviug..n.v)iv;
with Work Galbraith and Johu Maccrackeu tak
ing charge of the account nnd books ot J. fc J.
C.MacP.cken and J. C. Macci-acken, notice .
hereby giveu to nil those indebted that immediate
payment must be made.
P All accounts unsettled and all us unpaid on
the 15th day of June next will be lctt in the
hands of piupcr officers lor collection.
John Maccracken will ulwuys be tound at the
counting room of l
Lssicuster May lOlh 1847.
Asthma, Conghs, Consumption te.
We again call tho reader's attention to that cle
brated and most excellent medicine, Wistar's Bal
aam of Wild Chcn-y. I reputation is spreading
wirier and wider every dny, and all now admit
ii be the most certain curativt for all pulmona
ry complaints ever discovered ! How gratifying
the thought that a remedy is at last discovered,
which hus proven itself a perfect master of that
dire disease CONSUMPTION ! Let the der
paii iug cheer Hp and lay hold of this life giving
Prii.A 4:1 nni IiauIa or six for to.
Tue ceuuiue Wistar'a Balsam ii sold only
by Maccrack-1 & Galbrartb. ' 2w7.
Acres 307 61-100
The above described Lands, cxclnding the lust
mentioned tract, constitute the Farm, owned by,
aud upon whic 1 the said David C. Rutfner, deceas
ed, died seiied, which is commonly known as
Said sales will be made for one-third of the pur
chase money in hand, and the balance in two
equul annual pavmer.t with interest.
CATHARINE A. RCFFNF.R.Jffl'tor
rfthe Estate of David C. Ruff ner .deceased
Juuell. 1317 pfll 5w5
W. i:. KA.MalX,
Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Chanrery.
OFFICE IN FOSTER'S BRICK BUILDING,
iu the Room recently occupied by Charles
Borland, Esq. Entrance, one door west of Kauf
man's Drug Store, Main Street, Lancer, Ohio.
May 14, 1847. Itf
Jayne's Tonic Vermifuge.
Some rocdicinos, warranted to "destroy worms
in children," are npt to destroy children ton.
This is not the case with Jayne's Tonic Vervii-
fvge. It does not coutain a single ingredient
WHICH tau Uui iu Miu u.uj. .--, j
it expels worms from the system wilh a tacility and
yet it expels worms from tha system with a fa
cility and certainty perfectly astonisiug. Nor is
this its only sanative property, ins a u u...u..
chic, and iu remitton: and intermittent fevers has
been administered wilh most gratifying results.
Obstinate cases of Piles have yielded to iu influ
ence, and its tonic qualities render it an excelleut
mediciuein the convalescent stage of ail diseases.
It is exceedingly pleasant to tlie taste.
Dr JiYSE'S HAIR TOXIC-Tar tlie Pre
servatiou, Growth, and Restorejion of the Hair,
and which will positively bring new hair on the
bald head, and preveut its falling out. or turning
orey. This is an excellent article, and has, in huu
."3, of instanres. produced a fine arowth of hair
on the heads of those who have beeu bald.
Read the following lioin tne tiostou Mail, way
3, 1841: . . . .
-Jayne's Hair TonL. After giving the article
a fair trial, we unhesitatingly pronounce it to b
what h profeasea the best article, wnnoiuany
exception, in use for the restoration and preserva-
Men ot tne nnman nair. "
instnnces where the hair hat been restored to
beads which have been bald lor year: and w
thiuk we cannot do a greater fuvor than to recom
mend to all our readers who nre losing their hair,
to muketriolof this Tonic immediately. "-
Prepared only at No. 8 South 1 uird sireei,rniia.
From the Rtv. Ira M AVers.
Pkiladelphiai June 9, 1844.
n.vm nvMP M D .and know him to bo a
respectiibl. Physician and Druggist of thU city-.
f whnm entire couhdence may tie
& ibV. tested in myowu c.se the bene
fecial effectsof hi. Cnniuitiva Bidsam, nndliave
greater cou6dence in it than all other ntedicmea
If the kind. Hi. expectorant itenae ly celebr
ted and efficacious. IRA M.ALLEN.
AgontotUie Amencan uu juiciS.i -"
Forsaleby BURY A.BECK Laucaater, 01ik.
Lancasler, June 18, 1847. , w.