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Celebration ftlie Khof July by the
Geriuaua of Lancaster, nt the
Cold Spiinjr. one mile North-west
A committee, appointed at a previous
meeting, met at wr, iteels, on Monday
morning, for the purpose of taking meas
ures for the celobration of the day. The
following officers of the day were chosen:
President. Louis Phii.i.ippi.
Secretary. Hermann Miller.
Marshall. Martin Deck.
The party started from the house of
lue President, whilo the cannon was tir
ing, and proceeded, accompanied by mu
sic, to the ground selected for the occa
sion. An excellent address was here
delivered by Mr. H. Faiiiier, Orator of
the day, and the Declaration of Indepen
dence was read by Mr. John M. Miller,
which were saluted by the fil ing of can
non and music.- The party then partook
of au excellent repast prepared by the
German Ladies, after which the follow
ing toasts were given, sal u tod with tho
firing of cannon and music.
By Hermann Miller. The German
Ladies, may they long flourish as tho
pride of their old and adopted countries.
John M. Miller. Remember do Kalb
and Steuben, the german Heroes, who,
nt the time of tho Revolutionary War,
left their country nut of Patriotism to
fight for the frcodom of America.
Martin Beck. Our At my, may victory
over the Mexican hordes be their harvest,
so that the annals of our country will call
them American Heroes, and part of them
our German brethren, who assist in fight
ing battles to make European tyrants
Vincent Wildman. Every true Re
publican must praise and glory in our
forefathers, the men that declared our in
dependence and our freedom.
By the same. Tho celebration of this
day, let us never forge the men that act
ed so united to obtain our freedom.
By the same.' Love and Equality, bo
the weapons of freemen; let us fight with
them and wo will be victorious.
Justus Younghans.'Hie German Ben
eficial Society, may tho German neves
forgot that this is one of the best acts
they ever did.
By the same. The Ladies, who pre
pared our dinnor, may they live for a long
timo and bo highly honored.
Jacob Plought. Tho liborty, which
we now enjoy and which was so dearly
bought by our forefathers; thoy endanger
ed life, wife and childron for liberty and
Ferdinand Getz. Tho name of tho
Polish nobloman, Pulaski, who lost his '
life in the revolutionary war, let us re
member him in the history of America.
II. Turnis. The freedom of the North
American Union, may it exist forever
and ever, not only for ourselves, but for
J. V. Schrodt. Let us always re
member the patriotic Goneral, Layfay
ette, who cheerfully ofTerod his life and
property for the success of our Revolu
G. F. Milter. The remembrance of
Washington and Jeflbrson, may it live in
the breast of every American forever
T. Reich.' Long live General Taylor,
the conqueror of the Mexican Army.
J. M. Miller, Geo. Washington, the
American Hero, and Thomas Jefferson,
the defender of human rights, their mem
ory shall live in the heart of every Amer
ican throughout all coming lime.
J. .TV. Schrodt. Lot us not forget tho
patriotic hero, de Kalb; who gave his
heart's blood for the freedom of America.
Herman Miller. Gon. Taylor, in war,
tho Napoleon of America.
By the same. The Fairfield volun
teers, let the thanks of every patriot bo
given to them, and may they rest from
their past dangers, in happiness and
By the same. The German Guards of
our Army, may the favorite star of war
be with them in evory battle, and may
they gloriously return home and rost on
their highly doserved laurels.
J. M. Miller. Let us wish that the
brave sons and daughters of Germany
may soon enjoy the stars of freedom and
escape from the reins oftyrantiy.
O. 1. Muter. Lot equality in lifo bo
among the Germans forever and draw
the strings of love closer and closer to
gether, so that the german namo may be
gloried amongst our American bretheru.
. M. Miller. Let the memory of the
patriotic Doctor Franklin live in the
breast of every Republican; who, at the
time of the revolution, made an Alliance
with the French nation, whereby they
supported us in the cause of liberty.
Louis Philipi. The groat men of A
morica from Washington to Taylor, Scott
and their bravo men, may their momory
never fuil in the hearts of all republic
ans. By the same. Our Purty, may wo in
yoars to come enjoy ourselves in thinking j
ol this happy day.
. Rkf. Germans of America, may
religious or political principles never di
vide us, but let the love of our adopted
country keep us in poace togethor.
By the same. Our Union, may tho
millions of our oppressed bieteren and
sisters in the old country come and en
joy many a birth-day of liberty with us.
After tho toasts were given tho party
returned in good orclor to the boat and
went back to Mr. Philippi's houso. In
the evening, thcro was a ball at Mr II.
Reel's whore everything passed off" in
poace-and good humor.
LOUIS PHILLIPPI, Pres.
HERMAN MILLER, Sect'ry.
Hemp. Last year the receipts of hemp
at this port were about 19,500 bales.
Since January last, about 40,000 bales
have been received. This increaso in
receipts arises to a considerable extent
from the fact, that many farmers held
back last season in consoquonco of low
water. Hence tho receipts this season
cover a large portion of the crop two
yeas ago. St. Louis Union.
Decidedlv Rich! Two quakers in
Vermont had a dispute; they wishod to
fight but it was against their principles;
they grasped each other; one threw and
sat on tho back of the other, and squeez
ing his head in the mud, said, "on thy
belly shalt thou crawl and dust shalt thou
eat all the days of thy life!" Tho other
soon gained the victory, and when he
had attained the same position, said "It
is written, the' seed of the woman shall
bruise the serpant's head!"
Lancaster, Friday, juiy ic, 1847.
CORBKCTKD WCKKLY it KIMKUD . DOTY.
60 .Potatoes, 20
-.14 4,30 Dried Applet,... .10
- q ' r IIIA-OI'.HI, ,
ITl LM.. O ... I
Clover Seed 13
While Bean 021
Shot '.1 75
Lead 6 J
Powder, C 25
White Fish,.. 1 10 11
I'ickoral t'J 00
Cuv. Tulmcco,. 14'a3'l
Kentucky do ...7'a3
Cincinnati, July 10, 1847.
Flouh A side of 247 LbU Irom cunul lute last
o veiling at $ 1; 400 bbls from store 111 in morning ut
p. ii. supposed lo ue 54.10. There oro sever.
al sellers 111 tliu market this morning, who would
Wuiskky Sules of 25 bbls from river at 19c
25 1I0 at name.
Chun A mile of 75 sacks from ruil road at 37c,
sucks rolurnod Uazelle.
C'LKVtLiM), July 9. 1847.
Casai. Rkckivtj Flour, 2126 bbls; Wheat,
j'uu uu; corn, iii'juo.
Salls 2000 bu wheat from store, buyer pay.
nig storage, !).rijc 5000 bu corn to bo delivered
uiiyiuno iu -u uays, uc jieram,
BcfKALO, July 10, I'. M.
Sales Western Flour nt $4,75-3)4,933. Sales
Wheat, primo White, ot SO'oiOlc do Ohio, not
first quality, ut 85c. Sales Corn, yellow, not
prime ui 4 'it;.
B.u.timouk SATuniuY, July 10, P. M,
There was some purchasers iu the market this
morning willing to give (5.314, lor fresh ground
Howard nt. brands, but holders wore uuwilliit
lo take less than $5,371 fur that description of
Hour, bales ol about not) uIiIb. mixed, old inspitc
tious, ut $5.15. more than which will not bo "i v-
eu. City mills $5,374 $j,!)0. nciiiiin.il and
Susquehanna $5,25'l$5,31i. C11111111e.il in dull
and will not bring over $3 per bbl.
1 ho gi-aiu market is quiet, (mod to prnno
Maryland red wheat 1)0 100 cts. und Feiinsvlvu-
uiu ilo. Dj105 cts. bales ol white com ut(i3'u
C5 cts. mill of yellow do. (i4G5 cts.: outs 40ft 41
cts.; ryo 73WS cents; cloverseeil $4,50i$4,7
The Provision inurkct is without mnvemeiit-
priccs unchanged. Nothing doing iu Sugars ami
molasses; and Groceries "cuei-ally iiiuct.
Beef Cuttle $2,75 per 100 lbs, gross average.
Whiskey is dull at 25S2G eta. per gu'.loii in
liluls. und obis. 1'alrtot.
C111U.ICOTHK, July 15
The price of Wheat ranges from fiOtofiSc. Flour
retails at $4,50 $4.75. Corn 22 cents shcllei
20 cts iu ear. Oats 17 cts. Burley4(Ka4.cts: Flax
seed f3 cents; Beans 50vzli2c; Lard (KiiGl cents;
Bacon, Hog round, G cents. Gazelle.
Zanksvimk. July 13, 1817.
Wo quote prices ns bolero. Wheat 75c; Flour
ut retail, $55,50; Corn 25c; Oats 17&20C; and
nothing doing. Courier.
By Telegraph jar the Zancsvillc Courier.
Philadki.piiia, July 12,8 P. M.
Flo UK. Sales 1000 bbls Western at f 55,23,
1000 bbls do fresh ground at $5,50; 1000 bbls do
Whkat. Sales 4000 bu Prime Rod ut 110c
Cou.v. Soles 2000 bu Yellow, not strictly
Prime, ut G7c. 3000 bu Prime Yellow ut 70c.
Cons Mkai., Sules nt $3,121.
Whiskkv. Sules iu bbls ut25c and dull at that.
CiiiociniKS. No change,
Phovisions. Sules of beef, Western Mess No
Saturday,. 'ulv 10.
Fi.our, Sales Gcncssee ut$(j,00'a.G, 124; west
ern f 5,50.
Cons Sales Primo while af file; do, Prime
yellow, 20,000 bushels at (ilic, mid firm
Provisions look towards a decline.
PiTTsuuno, July 12, 18 17.
There are two feet five inches water iu tho
channel, and steumbonU of the small class are per
forming their regular trips.
Flock. But lew sales wero mnde. Good $4
4,121 "ud 4,25 per bbl; suporfino $4,371 per bbl.
Bacon Owing to the warm wealhor, sales
have been limited, and at prices without change
from lust quotations. City cured hums 88
Shoulders "Imi, liogi ounil7'a74c per lb,
Quick Waffles. Mix flour and cold
milk together, to make a thick batter. To
a quart of the flour, put six beaten eggs,
a table spoonful of molted buttor, and a
tea spoonful of salt. Some cooks add a
quarter of a pound of sugar, and half a
nutmeg. Bake thorn immediately.
V Foil Consumption. Dr. TAYLOR'S Bal
sam of Liverwort, 375 Bowory. We know of no
medicine equal to this luirivulled remedy. A
friend culled on us a few days siuco and stated
that last full ho left Stoniugton, his residence, for
ever, as he thought, came to New York, wus in
duced to try this remedy; he snys he bought three
boltles.and now, instead of being a more skeleton,
he weighs thirty-livo pounds more, is well, liule
and hearty. To such a medicine wo say all pruiso
else thuu such facts is useless, and lor this fact we
can refer any one to Mr. Iluucock himself; the
Rev. Dr. McAnly lias also taken it with equal ad
vantage. Price of it is $1 50 und $1 per bottle.
See that Dr. LEEDS' name is signed to it.
F'orsaloby Bury & Beck Laucusler; O. H
Midler, Somerset; C. G. Wilson, East Uushvillc;
8. Clayton West Rushvillc; D. Ilolilormun, Amnu
da; C. Sl N. L. Olds, Circlovillo; S. Buchwullor,
Dullsville. Hoss county, It. & M, A. Puttcrsen,
Adulpln Ross co., Friend & Amustroug, South
Perry; Dougluss & Lansing, Chillicotho; F, F.
t3r"Letthe pom-broken down constitution re
ceive the true balm of Gilond known us Vugliu's
medicine you will find it iu the columns of tho
paper. Reader there is in this mixture a won
derful powor no matter what your complaint
limy be, try it and satisfy yoursolfcuU on agent
and got pamphlet.
Rev. J. S. Mugiunis. Professor in Hamilton,
(N. Y.) Literury und Theologicul Seminary, snys;
"I would not bo without Dr. .Tayue's Mcdiciaos
in my family for any consideration. I have found
them successful iu cases where all other means
Mi'. Nicholas Harris, corner of Front nnd Lam
bard streets, Philadelphia, wus cured of COUGH,
ASTHMA und BLEEDING OF THK LUNGS,
under which ho labored for many years.
Ituv. Ira M. Allen, late of litis, but uow of Now
York city says: "I havo used Jayncs Expuoto
runt, nnd have more con 1'nlence iu it than
ALL OTHER. MEDICINES OF Tilt; KIND."
Rov. Win. Laws, Modcsttown, Vu , says: ,-I
have used your Expectorant, und found it aa ex
cellent medicine for PULMONARY DISEASES."
Mr. John Beckford. ol'F. iort, Maino, says:
"Your Expectorant has ja. mod a man whom
his physician hud given up to die with CON
SUMPTION: and also another, in the very low
est stages of BRONCHITIS."
Messrs. Slossou and Williams, Booksellers,
Oswego. N. Y. say: "Your Expectorant gives
Rev. John Ellis, of New York city, sa)s thut
two bottles cured him of INFLUENZA, a hurd
Covoii and apparent Consumption.
Mr. Adrial Ely, of Watortowu, N. Y. says:
"Many respcctablo people offer certificates in fa
vor ofyour Expectorant. 1 believe that all your
Medicines are I lie bent preparations that liaveov
or been offered to the public for tho relief of the
afflicted and the CURE OF DISKASKS."
Daniel lleushaw, Esq., Editor of the Lynn
(Muss.) Record, snys: "Jnyne's Expectorant is a
very valuablo Syrup, which we huve lately used
with good effect iu stopping u Cough and loosen
ing and breuking up u COLD."
Kev. Arthur B. Bradford, of Darlington, says
that it cured his son of CROU P in a few minutes.
The Bangor (Mo.) Journal says "A trial of
Jayue's Expectorant will satisfy all that it is a
spoedy cure tor Coughs, Colds, Influenza, Asthma,
Hoarseness, and all kinds of Pulmonary Affec
tions." For sale by BURY &BECK Lancaster, Ohio.
Luiicastor, July 16, 18 17. 3wl0.
Sr-IITII & TONG,
TTA VE remuvod their Shop into the store room
M. X loruioriy occupied j Aikswoktm 3c Wit.
i.oon,wiieretliey ma) found ready and will
ing m execute work 111 the iieatmt and most Uh
ionuble manner, and upon the shortest uotico.
Lancaster, July 10, 1847. 10
THE IAILY NATION.! I, WHIG,
IS puUlUheil hi t!i Cily of Washington , cvtr)
day, al 3 o'clock, P. M. Sunday rxcepifrl
and Mtrvad lo luhJCrihrii hi tlir City, at the Navy
Yard, in Giwrgtnitn, ill Alexandria, and in B-iIti-more,
lue same m Suing at fj rrnlt a vk, pays
hie 10 ihe Sola Aim 1 lor llio vVhig.G, L. Gillchrvti,
l')n., ni liin udrr. It it nUo mailtd lo any purl ol
ilie (Jailed Smirs for $4 prr milium, or $1 for six
month, payable ill udvaucrv
Ailveriiveirieius of miliars or inwrlfd one
time for 50 renu, I wo limes for 75 rent, ilurr llair,
for $1, one werk for l 75, two woeki for S 2 75.
one mouth $4, two months $J, three mouths $111,
niumiii lo, one ) it j r JJU payable always in
The National Whio i what in name indicates
il fpeaks the reniiiiieiitsof Ilie Whig parly o( ihr
Union on evory iinnnion of puli'ic uoiicv. Ii ad-
vocaiei Ihe election in the Presidency of Zachsiy
Taylor, ubier I lo the decision of a Whi .iii,,i,l
Cniivemiou. ll makes war lo the kniie mum nil
Hie meamres aod nrtsofme Aihiiiiiislraiimi ileem-
ed lobe averse lo the interests of ihe rooniry, mill
exposes without lear or favor ihe conuptiout of ihe
p iny in power. lit columns aie open to eveiy man
iu die country, for the discussion ofnolliiral nrsnr
In addition in polities a laren suae in il. Vj.
tionnl Wbiu will he rlcroieil to Ihe nntili, alin,,
on Agriculture, Mechanics, anil oilier njeful arts.
bneni e iu general, I,sw, Medicine, Statistics, ire.
V weekly list of the Patents ismie.l bv ilie I'.
Olfice will likewise be piibliihed -ihe whole fur
miiig i complete family newspaper.
The Weekly Nsitioiuil M'liiir.
One of the largest newspapers hi the llnited Stales,
is iiinue up iiqiii uie roiumiis ol the Daily Nation
al Vlf14, and is publifhed every Satuniay for the
low price of $ per annum, payable j udvauce.
A double sheet nreiKlil naces will be eiveii whiuiev.
er Ibe press of mutter shall justify it.
I lie memoirs ol Oeiieral I aylor, written express
ly foi ilia National Whig, are in course of publica
tion. 1 hey commenced with ihe second rimiiher.
large number of copies of which have been prin
ted to supply rails for hnek numbers.
CHAS. V. FRXTOV.
Proprietor of National Whig
Washinjton, July 1G -CmlO $.'1, ii ex. daily ly
Land for Sale.
rlHK undersigned Executors of tho lust will
I of Jacob Kku.ss, deceased, bv virion nl'ilm
authority uf the same, will expose to sale by pub
lic vendue, ut the Court House door iu tho Town
of Lancaster, Fuirliold County, Ohio, ou
Saturday I Ilo 38t)l day of August, 1847,
between the hours of 10 o'clock A . M. & 4 o'clock
P. M. ofsnid day, the followiii" describe,! vulnn.
bio Real Estate, to-wit: One Hundred and Thirty
Acres ot Lund, more or less, part of the North
west Quarter of Section No 31, Township No. H
Range No. 19, in said County, being tho same
Truct formerly owned bv David Maturou dermis.
ed. situated about SJ miles Southwest of Lan
caster, near the old Chillicothe road. Ou said
premises are situate o good Tim Yard now iu use,
with the buildings and fixtures necessary to car
ry 011 the laiiiiins Business with advantage.
Also, a coiiifortnble two story Dwelling House,
with Barn mid other Out-Buidinga connected
therewith. About 30 tu 40 Acres of improved
Land midurasood slate of cultivation, no (i.vl, I
of bearing Applo and Peach Trees two good
o.iiu- mm urai mie uniocr 011 me unimproved
Tho sulo will bo peremptory to the liiulipst
bona fide bidder without referenco to any apprais
ed vuluo, piiyublo one-third iu hand, one-third in
one, und one-third in two years, with interest
from the day of sale. Possession will bo given
immediately of so much of the improved laud as
(. - J I O - " .UIB (111,
and the balance on the first day of April next.
muv no neccMMiirv tnr milium nut ti,:a c. 1
j ue line win ue nee 01 all incumbrances, and
1110 uucu 00 uiudeon lull payment.
HEOKKK KERNS, )
JACOB BECK, Execut01,8'
July 16. 1847. 10
tor ol 1 homus Loo, dec. t
Elizabeth Lee and others. I COMMON PLEAS.
mji virtue 01 an onterol salo to me directed by
13 die Court aforesaid, at its Mav Term, lit 17
X Will Ull
Saturday the Slat day of Aucugt next.
uotore the Court House dour in T.iirmi,r .aW
at public sulo tho following tract of Lund situate
111 sum County, known us Lot No. 34, in the North
end East halt of Section No. 20, Township No. lfi,
"iiiiko u. cuiuuiuiug iuu Acros, being the siune
aige ju. coniuiumg inn Acros, being the siune
aids conveyed by Thomas HnlleiibuJk und wile,
igust25, 1813, to the said Thomas Lee.deccas.
ed. Said Lands arc however til lin nuhl anliinnt 0.
1110 uower bstute tlierem to Sm-u 1 I.en. w nw
us assigned to her ut said May Term, und upon tho
terms lollowhi", to-wit: Oue-ihinl 111 I111111I niin
third in one ami ihe residue iu two yenrs, with
interest ou the deferred llavmentH I'i-iiui tin. .Int..
WILLIAM LEE, AJm'or,
Of Ihe Estate of Thomat Lre, deceaied.
J"')' I"-. 181?. $3,50 (JwlO
OBER & M'OONEEY'S
rVHFJ proprietors of ibis valuable remedy, iuiro-
jl mire to men Ineuds aad the public, llieir
"SPElUFlC" in a new style, and tney may say,
every way improved. The thorough irial siven it
the past season, is convincing proof to them of its
great efficsry in ruling INTKKMITTEN'P or
AUUU AND FEVER; ami ilicy now feel Mar
ranted in estuhishiiig it upon a permanent basis
referring lo hi ivhole character, appearance and
signature, as a guard eguinsl imposition. They
fell it necessary lo adopt some precaution in in out
set, as no doubl designing persons will endeavor 10
palm upon the public a spurious preparation. They
do not hesitate In say, that a medicine never lias
been used, th.il has given so gieal sutisfaciiun in so
shon a time, as their SrsctKic. Hundreds and
thousands can leilil'y 10 Its efficacy. Where dis
ease has baffled the prescription of the skillful Phy
sician, the patiem has been speedily restoroil to
health the most incredulous (having become so
from using the many laid 10 he cures ol the present
day, without tticcess) have been constrained lo ao
knowledge its superior viitucs. They do not wish
lo introduce it upon the puffing princ iple. Let il
stand or fall, as it merits. 1 1 is no quack noifrum,
bin a regular aad skilful Physician's receipt, ho
has practiced in the heart Ague and Fever district
for the last meaty years with great success. Bas
ed entirely upon vegetable matter innocent in eve
ry sense it cannot injure ihe most debate consti
tution on ihe contiary, acting as a restorative 10 all
debilitated frames. 'J'hy do not pretend to say
but what llicift are other good preparation t, lint
we do say, we know ours to be good, and a certain
cure, if the directions are obsesved. And we chal
lenge any one lo find a panicle of mineral entering
its composition. They ask a Irial from a liberal
and discerning public, not fearing ibe result. Many
have been cured in fiom twenty-lour to forty-eight
hours. Price 1 1 per bottle.
For sale by BURY Si BECTC.
Lancaster, July 16, 1647. - 3ml0.
WOULD respectfully inform the public, that
lie lias removed his Shop to Foster's Brick
Building, in the room formerly occupied by J.
Work & Co.. as a Shoe Shop, directly almve G.
KnufTinun's Drug Store, where lie will still con
tinue to carry 011 tho
a & a 2, q a a si (a aoasiaaa
in all iu various branches. His work will be done
in the neatest and most substantial manner and
at prices to suit the times
Country Produce of all kiuds, taken in ex
change for work
.alienator, April 23, 1817 tf30
G. II. SMITH.
WELCH Sc. UULAVAtV
GREAT NATIONAL CIRCUS!
The only perfectly managed establishment in Ihe
uuueu suites, compri.iiig the largest number
ol men und horses and the most siiei lor
Equestrian talent iu the World
Will be exbiblUd at Lancaster, on Tuesday
the dd day or August.
ADMITTANCE ONLY 25CENTS.
This grand Equestrian Cuvulcado will be pr
ceded by tho most celebrated BKAHS HAND in
au elegant and costly CHARIOT drawn by
1 wulvo Ueautlfnl Cream Colored Horace,
the truly imposing entrance of Ibis noble and
magnificent processional cavalcade. The snr-
pussing iicutity ol the thorough bred lior.es; ihe
gHigioosly decorated carriages, near thirty in
number; the designs and gildings of which ni oby
tho most distinguished artist, compels a cnmimri-
soii thut places this establishment nt the head of
every public exhibition. Iu luct a largo fortune
has been expended hi (he accessaries mid equip-
iiii uui no uer 10 uie scenes anil nets nresRiitml hv
tne superior artists picked and chosen from a hnu-
ilreil stars, 111 order lo render this Ihe liest and
most Superior Equestrian Comnunv in ibla
other country in the world.
Ainongihis Extensive uud numerous company
is the celebrated and far tinned.
Murium ninrie flltteartr, who? nston-
is'niug performance of the most daring and grace
fill scones place her beyond comparison, tho most
chaste and beautiful equestrian female that ever
appeared before nn American people.
Mr. LEVI J. NORTH, the Great Equestrian
Hero, who has far surpassed tho most celebrated
rivnls in this or any otlicrcouutry, r,ud has borne
the palm of superiority before Ihe Itoynl Families
of England and France, uud has returned covered
with Medals of the bb'hest honor mid iiriiiluiise.
Mr. J. J. NATHANS, the most celebrated two
to four and six horse rider, will upiiear iu nmny
ofhts uilinuiible nud astonishing ucts of balancing
bis pupils, funning many most beautiful scenes.
The great unrivalled clown, JOHN MA K.the
brightest star in this country, and decidedly the
best iu his profession.
Mrs. WOODS, tho sniccfiil alenmml rider.
and leader of tho Equestrian cnvalerido.
Mr. Iu. WOODS, tho grnud representative of
tho red man of tho Forest.
Man: MAC ARTE, from the Royal Amphi
theatre of Loudon, the great Acrobat, Tumbler
Mr. MOSES LIP MAN, the wondorfid Vunl
teranil Tumbler, nud beautiful scene rider.
FRANK PASTOIt will appear in a touching
inlaiitilo and admirable act on a single horse,
'. TillO I VElt , .v. J A MES OS and J. S TIC K
NEY, the greut representatives of the Ethiopian
J BANKER and O. DUNBAR, ond a host of
oilier talented perlnrmers.
I ho highly celebrated dancing and trick liornr
TAMMANY, taught and perliirtned by Mr. Levi
North; who astonishes every beholder in bison-
The two eccentric ponies, BLACK MOO CI Y
nndJENNY LIND, will appear iu their diver-
ling doublet acts, and go through many very pleas
The highly trained and beautiful Arabiuu horse,
ANDALUSIA, trained by Mr. James Banker,
will nppear in his must wonderful Leaning and
uioer pel lormnuces.
Equestrian Director Mr. J. J. NATHANS.
Hiding Master Mr. FR ANCIS WH1TTAKFR
The great water proof pavillion is entirely new,
and appropriately decorated and furnished with
carpeted seats lor the accommodation of three
lliousiind spectators. The arrangement oftlio in
terior is such as lo preclude the possibility of uu
attempt at disorder or decorum.
Performance to comiuetico ut 2 o'clock, P. M.,
and at 74 iu the evening.
C. GRISWOLD, Agent.
July, 16, 1817. :iwlQ
.l .. ..I". O -
F all kinds cheaper than ever nt
GATES & COSI'ER'S.
June 18, 1847.
A Greater qnuntilv than ever to be had nt
GATES &, COSPEU'S.
Juno 18, 1817.
Iiokin lass Plates.
GATICS & COS PER, (in the Tallmadge House;
are prepared to furnish Lookiug (iliiss Plates
ol ull sizes, Irom 8 by 10 inches to 1 j by 2 inches,
at very tote pricet.
J.uncuster, Juue',) 1847. 7
State ot iDhfo, jFau-Ccltr Count
Samuel i . Maccruckeu, J
r. V IN CHANCERY.
Abniliam L. Brubuker. j
rHlIlKsiud Defeuduut is lioiehy notified that
H u..:.l 1..: 1.- .u:.. 1 .1 . ,
t. uu vuiiuiitiiiHiiu, on uie inoii nay 01 De
cember, A. U. I84, tiled in tho Clerk's Ollice ol
the Supreinp Court of Fuirliuld County, Ohio, his
Dill 01 ueviow, 10 certain proceedings had 111 sum
uotin, on uie Uiunccry side tticreol, wherein said
Drubaker wus complainant, and George Mvers
and John C. Fall, and said Muccrackeu were re
spondents, nud decidod uud determined ut the
December lerniof said Court, A. D. 1845. as un-
penrs by a duly certified Transcript of said pro
ceetlings, attached to, and made part of said Dill
of Roviow; by which said Transcript it appears
,1... n l:.i e...i .i. . .1 ..
iii.ii puiu iuuiiuu iiuu uie equiiy 01 1110 case
with thesuid Cotnnluiuaut therein; that said Urn-
baker, by reason of the-fulso uud fraudulent rep
resentations of the said Myers, executed three
promissory notes, pavublo to said Mvera and Fa .
each lor One Hundred Dollars, to becomo duo,
respectively, ou the lirst day of January, 1042
1843 and 1844, and dated October 1th, 1841; upon
the first of which 11 judgment hud been obtuined,
in the Court of Common Pleus of suid Fuirfield
County, ut its May Term, 1843, in favor of suid
Mvei'R mill Kull mill n.rutnut a.'t.l U nil .lr I'.,..
One Hundred and EigTii Dollars uud Forty-four
Cents, and cost of suit; which suid note wus. on
thoSiilli duy of Deceinbor. 1842. ussigued to the
suid Muccrackeu: that tho other notes wore, after
the liliug of the original Bill, endorsed to suid
Maccrackenj wherefore, the said Supremo Court
did 1'urlher find thut the said Muccrackeu received
suid notes subject to the equities between said
Uritbukcr and suid Myers uud Full, and that the
collection of said judgment uud nutcs should be
forever enjoined, So.
The prayer of said Bill of Roviow is, that said
decree bo reversed, nud that said Maccruckeu be
relieved in the premises, &c.
The said cause will cume on to be heard nt the
next Term of suid Supreme Court, to be huldun
in said County of Fuirfield, on tho Sixteenth day
of November next, at which time the suid Bra
baker, who is uow n non-resident of suid Slate of
Ohio, is hereby notified to appear, uud oppose Ihe
reversing and setting aside of llio decroe, if he see
fit so to do. Dated this 5th day of July, 1847.
BORLAND & MARTIN, Sol. for Compl't.
Attest- Jour. RsDEnAUGH, Clerk, S. C. F. C.
July 9, 1847. pf 7 6w9
A word with youiu regard to tho testimony of
"Wistaii's Balsam ok Wild Cherry.'Ji- Have
you examined it attentively? Have you exam
ined the cases on record Of the cures this medi
cine lias porfornieill Havo you remarked how
desperate mid almost hopeless many of them
wore! And how complete has been the euro iu
every instance? Have you noticed how many
uud respoctahla the persons who have certified to
its value nnd efficacy f Havo you observed the
evident candor and good faith which characterizes
every case recorded, every certificate given? If
so. there need no more be said to convince you
that this preparation is Ihe very thing to which
you should resort if not, theu you should send
to the agonts and procure Or. Wistur'a Treatise
ou Consumption, peruse it and we have no fears
of the result.
, The genuine Wistar's Balsam is sold only
by Murcruckcn &, Galbraith. ... 2w!.
Vw 1 a V Sreut V"ot)r ut 1m "bov,' articles I
11 ie lowest iKrimil.U ,.r;, ... 11 1 1 1
ruKi-euiira irom j vi 1U. .Mural T.bleU from
i to $12. Flat Tombs irom :, u, (:iu and Mou
urnents Irom $fi to IU0, ull of the best and uio.t
.. , ... j. . r- .,ci. auu
uioaioe uiaieriais, ana liuulied 111
Cull uud see for yourselves, our shop it i.earl
Willi,,,,, e. wi.,T; Fy. BnoTi '
Laucsster, July 9, 1847.
150 Kegs of fresh
pure While Leail. I'lttsburirh ntnl f '1'0.
ciuuuti brands, just received and tor sulo lv
lit-Ity & BECK.
Lancaster, July 9, lfi 17. 9
LAX-SEED OIL--300 Galium of
M. clear Flax-Seed Oil, just rrc-ived and 6r sale
"V ULUl & UbCK.
Lancaster, July 9, I847. 9
IAMItY GROCERIES Such 7
Collee, Hire, Mobisset, Chijcnl.ile. Teas, Su
gar, New Orleans. Havana, Ac. All of llio very
finest quality, constantly ou hand, anil for sale by
, , , BCRV & BECK.
Lancaster, July 9, 1317. y
TO IAHO ASTrP. IWrRCHANTS
Iraiiklin Cotton Faetory,
rillHS EstablisluiiPUt is now in full operation
X and maiiiilacliiring Cotton V A It N S, C. I.'PET
C I IAIN C A N DL K- W I CK, COTTl IN T WINE,
B ATTING, etc. The iriucliiintry being new und
ol Ihe very best modern style, the Proprietor hav
ing ulso secured the services of mi uble Manager,
(loruioriy of the Hope Mill, Pittsburgh.) is now
prepared to oiler to .Murcliaubi generally a
rior article iu his line ntnl always put up in the
neatest ntvli; anil at as low rates as can be pun-bused
west of the Mountains, Pittsburgh iiuf except
ed, and sliull be thankfnl for a liberal share of the
public favor. Warehouse oil Main-street, a few
dour below the Merchants' and Mechanics' Bank,
opposite side. GIOORGE T. TINGLE.
July , 18 17. Wheeling Timet l 5w8
MaT ve ste r qce moue!
MACCaACKEN & GALBHA1TII
IUVE TlllSDSr COMMK.VCEI) lltCKIVI.VO THK
WITHIN NINETV-FIVE DAYS.
IS THE AMOUNT OF THIS PURCHASE.
Lancaster, July 2, 1847.
Sale of Kc.il Estate.
BV virtue of ou order of llio Court of Com
mon Picas for Fairfield Cotiutv. made ut its
September Term, A 1). 1810, uud to us directed,
as Administrators of the Estate ni FRLDF.ltICK
SLOUGH, deceased, we shall proceed tu sell on
Saturday tlx 31.1 dajr of July, I91T.
on the promises, the following described Real
Ijstate, lo-wit, IN-LOTS No's 41 uud 42. iu the
Town of Winchester, in said County of Fairfield:
Also, Two Acres of OUT-LOT No. 2, adjoining
said 1 own ol Winchester, being the property of
.. I,:..l. L- I... L'l 1. I: 1 ' J
".u u suiu iiui-i icii oioo'u, men sei.eu,
TamsofSale-Oue-thiidcusli in hand, and the
balance iu one and two years, with interest ou
deterred payments, to be secured by mortgage or
approved persona! security.
Due attendance will be given by the undersign
ml. NATHANIEL TAI.LMAN,
1 1 IN TON TALI. MAN.
Adm'ortoflhc Etlnlc of Frederick Sloughdee'd
11T The above projierly will be sold free from
ull right of D.iwcr ou my part iu said premises.
MARV SLOt'GIl, H-7.W.
June 25, 18 17. pf:!,50 Cw7
Adiuiiiislrator de lonit non of 1 Is Ch txcEnr
Elizabeth Miller deceased. I FAIRFIELU
. I COMMON
Jane Smith and others. J PEAS.
BV virtue of an order of sale to me directed iu
the above cuse at the May Term, 1847, of
the Court aforesaid, I will ou
Saturday the 3lstday of July next,
between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'
clock P. M. of suid day, before the Court House
door in suid County, "offer at public salo the fol
lowing premises, to-wit: Iu-Lot No. 12, in the 2d
Square of the Towu of Luucaster, with the im
provements thereon, iqiou Ihe terms lullownig,
to-wit: One-third iu baud one-third iu one vear.
and the residue in two years with iuterest from
the day ot sale. 1 he above premises have beon
appraised ut JIU00, und cannot be sold for less
thau lwu-th.ii ils the appraised value thereof.
in ui. nnn uj uie iusia'e or jutizitricin Miller.
June 2 j, 1817. pffl.jO 6v7
NX A WEAKLY (Widow) John H. Wcaklv
51 Perry W. Weukly. James S. Weakly. Henry
beitnnkor nud Ruth Ins lie. Samuel Sha-lfer,
Elizabeth J. Weukly uud Nelson W. Weukly, will
lake notice thai a Petition was tiled against them
ou the22d ol'Jiine, A. I). 1817, in the Court of
Common Pleas, Fuirlieid County by Olho K.
Weakly. Wherein the said Olho K. Wcaklv de
munils Partition ol the following Real Estate.'silu
ated iu said County: 1'urt of the North half of Sec
tion No, I, Township No 15, Range No. Iff. uud
further known by being Lot No. 10. in llio Parti
tion of suid half Section among the Heii-s of Fred
erick Arnold.deceased, conveyed by Leah Bright,
former Leah Arnold and her Husband David
Bright to James S. Weakly, June 25, 13J5. con
taining Ninety-Four Acres, more or less, and that
ut the next Term of said Court, application will be
made by said Otho K. Weakly for uu order that
Purtitiuu be made of said premises.
By WILLIAM SLAD.E, Jr., his Attorney.
June 25, 1847. pf $4 7w7
folate offiacorgeJ. Bcntiy.
O'PTCF is hfU'eliv piemi ttii.t tl,a iui.l....:.,..n.l
lias been nppninted nnd uualilied us Adiniu-!
istruior ae bonis non, ol Ilie Estate ol George J.
Bcutly lute of Fairlield county Ohio, deceased.
J. R. MUMAUGI1.
Administrator de bonis non.
Duled at Lanuaster Juno 18. 1847. 4 w7.
A 1" i' instance un attaclimcut was this day
1m. issued by S. S, Geohean, a Justice of the
Peace of Liberty Township, Fairlield County.
Ohio, against the property and elfecls of N. Hug
orty, u tioii-resideutufsaid comity.
KINKEAD & DOTV.
Juno 2, 1347. 4w7
T1ABLE, Di'sert and Tea Spoons, Salt, Mus
. turd and Cream do. Butter Knives &C also
the Real German Silver Tublo & Tea Spoons,
For sale by G ATES & COS PE 11.
June 18, 1347.
REED & BAUGIIKZAN
C7"()ULD most respectfully inform their old
V fi ieiidsaud the public, generally, thut thoy
still coutiuuo tho manul'ucturo ul
BOOTS & SHOES
in Sliawk's Row, and opposite Bury & Beck's
urug storo, whoro they will bo pleased to "ait
on ull who may luvor them with a call. 1 hey
flatter themselves that upou examination, their
woik will recommend itsell, us Hi y keep none
but the best and most experienced workmen.
Their work is warranted to be made in the best
and most fashionable style, of which, tho follow
ing articles comprise a part:
LADIES' Kid SLIPPERS, .
do. French Morocco Buskins
Goat Morocco STRAP SHOES,
i i . r i .... t ,.e ., 1 1 1 . ...I
j mjj mini it ... . jew. ... "nw nua v" rv i : li
to learn the above business.of good moral character
uud ul industrious habits. None other need apply.
. REED & BAUGHMAN.
Lancaster, Mnv 28, 1847. 3
BOOT ill SlIOlAKtli
smiAcjuu ii i.MiitoM;,
m. wiuvUttUIti 1 IIIIUU,
EHOP IiiSliaor'sBuiUh. uum.h r,.., ,.r
.1.. l'..ll II. .. '
um auioiiuuv riuuse.
Lancaster, Juue 11, 1817.
JOHN D. MAKTIN.
R. P. F.FF1NGFH,
'"'' V luK' I' l I. It,
Altoniej's am CounsclIoM at Law,
yrr 11, roster's Brick Building.
l.inia,ter,0,io, Jii 11, 1347. 5
Itatc or Jainr Hill."'
J'OTICE is hereby given, tl,al the undersigned
11 has U-ru duly apoited u,i ipmlilied at the
Mait-li Term. 11)17, of Kai. field (Jo.,,. , IVas,
as Ihe AdmiiiislraUtr of Jamah llii.r., dei..d
I tl AS LEI1J, Adin'lor.
June 13. 1847. 4 aU
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
AND SOLICITOR IX CH VCI.RV
!"?0mr:0' illlnadge's Building 3d Story.
Laucusler, June 5. 181'i.
NEW & CHEAP STORE.
rVIK siibsciibor i now in receipt of, und has
M. ojieued ut Ins store.
A FULL AND COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OK
both Demeslicund Foreign, ull of which are fresh
iiiiHirlatioii. ami of the most appnjvcd style and
patterns). At my Store, tliu
1st door East cf the 'Swan Hotel,
can be found iu their greatest Variety and quantity,
ull description of
JEAN3 AND VESTI2?GS,
together with every article of Woolen, Worsted.
Linen, Sill;s uud Cotton (ioods, rerpiiixd by La
ijies, Oieulleirieii. MUsesand Youths. Also!
fa'rocsries ami Ilanluare,
SIIOCS. WALL PAPER,
and every variety of Staple nud Fancy Articles
which ure made Use of.
Ladies will liud at ihisst ut.'. every variety ul
I'lJtLGES, iu patterns uud pii.-ee--,
Herege uud Satin stri-,l and plaid Sa iwU;
Beregeand Sill: Srarl's and I l.ini l!c-n. li.-IV;
The most beautiful I.A'i'NS. DE LAIXES
Togeth'-r witbeverv varielv of
LINENS. CAM BRICKS. GINGHAMS
CHINTZES, Ribbons, l'aravdi, Suu Shades,
Gloves Hosiery, .Vc. JLc. .tc.
Families wanting choice u, licles of Groceries, ill
do well to call !
Tavern-kcefrs will he furnished willt chrii. h
LKlVORS, WINES and GROCERIES.
CI1I.A, I(HiI(--.L NS
AKD SmAW STORE.
Tae subscriber is ulso prepared lo furnish the
public nt bis Store Room, the 2d door East of the
"Swaii Hotel," the most beautiful uud choice as
sortment of CHINA. GLASS. LIVERPOOL, mid
oriliiiary CPOCKERV-WAKE. either in JTe.i or
Dinner Setts; or smaller quantity. Also, LOOK
GLASSES of ull sizes.
At this store, u room is also fitted up with
I.ADIKS STUAW and oilier UO..ET8,
of all kinds, and the most recent and approved
styles, embracing 111 part Hie Lhuice reral, culer
uud Rice Perul, uud Florence and liutlaiiu bon
nets. Also, ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS iu great variety-
To all the above stock ol Goods, tho public at
tention is particularly invited, ull of which will be
sold ou the most reasonable terms, for
CASH or I'COIH l i:.
A neat variety of the above can be spnrtd hi
Country Merchants on reasonable terms.
T. U. W HITE.
Lancaster, June 13, 1317. tf G
Mairiot i Mavne, )
rersus .-Is FaiartrLD Cohmox
I....,,i.r; u'..ii..at .1. V r. ..j
' j.t- I'll v.. i.ui'i..ilin . .
By virtue of an order of sa'e to me directed
fnunthe Court of Common Pleas fur Fairfield
Comity, Ohio, I will (ilfer nml expose to sale by
public Vendue uud outcry at the doer of the Court
House in said County, ou Monday the 26th day of
luly next lietweeu the hours ot ten o clock A. .M.
and four o'clock P. M. of said day the follow-in;
described Keul Estate to wit: Iu Lots Nos. one.
two uud sixty iu the Town of West Kushville iu
said County. EL1AS PERRY, Sheriff.
Juiic25lb 1847. pl$l 51). 7-5
W. . BEATV,
Rookscllrr and Mtatioiior,
One door vest of Ihe Hocking Valley Bank,
MAIN' KTKEET LANCASTER OHIO,
KEEPS constantly nn liaud.u large assortment
of Medical Miscellaneous and School Books
Also Blank-books. Stationary &e. &c. of every
description. Allot' which will be sold ut prices
ns moderate as those of any establishment iu
Lancaster Juue 25 1847. Iy7.
State of OIuo, .iFiitvficlU cronntn.
COURT OF COMMON PLICAS.
of the South
wesHiuarterof Sectiou No. 32
Ann Faii-cliild, Widow. Uliabcth
Fail-child. R.ichel. Wife of Geo.
W. Fensteiuaker William Fmr
chlld, Martha Faiivhild, of Fuir
field county, Ohio, and Liilia.
Wife of Joiiuthau Kueppor nt
Pirkaway county, Ohio, and
Moses Fuirchild, & Mary, Wife
ofShedriek lliluud, of the Stale
lti, and Ranue
No. 19 iu said
IHE above nnmcd Defendants arc hereby no
tilied of the liliug of the ubove meutiou Pe
ril ion. praying tor the assignment of Dower in, and
the partition of the same, according to the several
rights of Demandant and said Defendants, us stated
iu said Petitiou-aud that uu order will be taken 1
in tho premises uccordmgly ut the next lermol
Fairlield Common Pleas.
$ 1.50pf (iwo
June 11. 1847
T !IiO ttlSC,
P. G. Sc. F. C. DRXNKLTJ.
RESPI'CTFULLV iufonn the citizens of Lan-
caster uud ils vicinity, that they have open-;
Ar n..., ..... .1- t . i . . i .r
ex cute any work that may be entrusted to them
ill tho neatest nud most fashionable manner and
lovr for Cash or nil kinds of Country Produce.
They respectfully solicit u slruic of tho public
Lancaster, April lfitli, 1847. Iv4f.
Worms Iu Children.
Of all diseases to which children are exjioscd.
none are so fatal to them as worms. Uufoiiuiiate
ly, children are seldom free hum them, as tkey
uuitethe symptoms of almost every other enm
jil.iint.they often produce nlurinhig effects without
being inspected. Worms are not only a cause of
disease themselves, but by their irritation aggra.
rate all other diseases, wandering Irom
one ..art ,
of the body to the other, winding themselves up i
into lu, -bulls, nud ohatim-titiz llic bowels a ul !
ficipieully tliniat, cuusiug convulsions, und too
ofteiideuth The desired remedy will be found
iu Dr. Jayue's Tonic Vormifiigo which will very
soon destroy tho worms, and invigorate the pow
ers of digestion, so as lo prevent a returu of them.
Consumption, Cough, Spitlinr Blood iff. To
Consumptives: Foui-liflhsuf you are really suf
fering from neglected colds, or nu obstruction and
consequent iiiflamalion of Ihe delicate lining of
those tubes thro.' which the air we breathe is dis
tributed to every part of llio lungs. This ob
struction produces pain and soreness, hoarseness,
cough, ditficulty of breathing, hectic fever, and a
spitting of blood, mutter or phlegm, which finally
exhausts the strength of the patient, aud death en
sues. Jayue's Expectorant never fails to remove
this obstruction, aud produces the most pleasinz
aud happy result. It is cituin iu its effects, and
cannot luil to relieve.
Forsnleby IiCRY Jk BECK, Lancaster Ohio.
July 9, 1517. 3w9.
The Farmer's Line!
a hew rmia
Wlioirwaie and Kt tail.
JOHN ErriNGER & COs
1st lb New BulUIIng ,uy rua or ,u
H. Aiuswortlt, nearly oypoalt (ha
HAVING lately purchased the ENTIRE NEW
STOCK OF GOuDS of Mr. R. M. AINS
WORTH, Uigell.er with his Into ,uriiig piucha.es,
Ibe citizeos of Fail ticlJ and 4iljolnilig cnlliitie
are solicited to cull uud exoinme our assoi liheut,
whiih is now complete The .Stuck wh selected
ub great care and wus purvliased by u at prices
below the Ka.tern cost, so that we will be eua
0I0.1 to sell beaulilul and nxcelleut fijotls at very
reduced prices. AVe are detcrnirued to please the
public and we have the meau"-i'n do it. The
q uality of our Stock ran nut je mu-pusscd, and tiir
cheapness, we challenge 'competition.
Our assortment consists, iu purtj of tho follow
Tor the Ladies.
We laive the largest variety of Summer Dicm
(tiM)ds ever opened iu Laiu astar, und wbiuh crto
not be excelled in quality, cbcapuesj or beauty of
patturns, among winch are
itiM pieces of CALICOES, ut price varvitig
from IU to 13j cents . "
Alpuccus, plain nul striped
Cashmeres and Muslin de Laius
Kei eges and BaUarines
A large assortment of I.uwii,rtrct au styli s
Hootch and Eurlslcu Giughaius urn Giugbaui
A lineussortineutof I'luiu and F.UN'CV SILK
FRENCH WORK COLLARS and COTTON
A Urie assortment or BONNET RIBBON'S
LEGHORN nnd STRAW BONNK.l;S
CotU.n und Silk PAR SOLS uu.l Sunsh.ali-s
A fine assoi-tinomt of Siiiiimer ARTII 1C1 A LS,
togutlier with a general uawrl went of Di ess Triuf
miugs', &c, Sc.
i'ov the (sciitU'inru.
SO i --es UROAO CLOTH, ull ..lors & priors
Roub an I Ite aly ami Montervy C.usimon-a
Sjpeiior rreiicb ami Eugli.h llhicl; do
I VI pieces plain, striped uud barred SATTI"
NUTS, from 25 to t' cents wr yard
pieces KKNITCKV JI'.ANS
Gold and Oxfurd Mixed TW EEUS
Merino Cassimeies, plaia and laney GapibroouS
Itinwii Linens and Cotton SHILLINGS
Mjrsei'les, Merino nod Silk Vestings, &c.
In udditiou to tile aliovu,re bjre :i ltir'8 stock of
So h as Browu and Bleiiched Muslins, Tickings,
Brown and Bleached filieetiiig from l to 2
J'm-ds wide; Cotlou and Linen Hugging, JLc.
We have Bleached and Brown LitieM Tabid
Cloths. Oaunisk and liussia Diapers. Dauiusk itud
Book Mmlin Curtains, Couuterpaius, Table Cw
vera. ic. itc. See.
All kiiuU of Grocrrict.
A large assortment of QUEENS WARE and
fiLASSWAKK. Leghorn. Palm Lcaf.Sdk, Fur
anl Brush HATS, BOOTS am! Sllor.S; Ladies'
Ki J ami Morocco SLIP1T.R3. c. &e.
We are opposed tu p"Sin and bloving-vg
shall i.ot sail our Goods at -less than east," as wa
expect to make a living profit from them: but wh
respectfully invite the public to call ond examine
our stock and prices before tmri h ising elsewhere,
us we intend to rely upou tie quality ami piicei
of them to obtain a fair sliareol pitrotisge.
0 will take iu f.xcljiio ior out (juods, ul
liiiitU of Country Iroduct,
for which we will pay the highest market price.
Bring along your Cah ami vour Produce and call
ut the -THREE WALNUT DOORS," wbeie
you will tiud the best Goods und lowest prices.
Lancaster, June 7, 1317.
w. k. i:aui,
, , ,
' n"ul ul "u" u,!u "IIUlr 111 UIUDrtT) .
( V HCL IN I OSTEB 'S BRICK BUILDING,
. V- "I the Boom recently occupied by Chaj le
! "onanu, r.sq. .uiratice. one door west ol Kault-
man's Ding Store, Maiu Street, Lancaster, Ohio,
May 14, 1817. ltf
"I T7"ILL attend promptly to all operations in
T F the line of his profession.
Oi'FICE Maiu Street, opposite the Talhnadgis
Lancaster, May 21, 1847,
Tin, t'oppt'r and Shcct-Iroti
JOHN WOHH & CO.
WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of
Fairlield and the surroudiug counties, that
they still continue to manufacture, and keep on
hand cousluuly at their old stand, on Mam Street,
opiHisile the lallniialge House,
nil kin.ls of TIN. COPPER uud
SHEET IRON WARE.
They have always oil hand
and tor sale
uf the mostaiproved pntteru.
Khev will sell all articles iu
tlicir line at very low prices for cosh. Those de
sirous of purchasing, are invited to call uud exuui-
,ne oetorettiey purchase elsev. Here.
u- ulu Lopiier and did fowler takco in ex-
change for Till Ware at oil times.
JOHN WORK &. CO,
Lancaster, April !, 1847. fim43
It Has Perfectly Cured Me.
1'niLim Lruu, December, l8:it.
T rr- n 1-..... iu, ri ..
, miraculous beneficial eUl-cts your VtaluablS
EXPECTORANT had on my noishbor. the Rev.
Mr. Rusling.lnade so favoniblo impression oiimv
niiud, lhat afler consulting with several friends
and learning that you wero a regular I'ruatitinnoi'
of Medicine, I culled upon von, oud purchased
halfn dozen bottles, nnd toljyoif that if I lived to
tulce them, you should have o good ifport Irom inc.
1 u ve 01111 we" lm9 ''"' ; Thanks be to a
melx,'lu unu, n ' ?' "fT'
Come f""V"'d lu h J"? Pn"
uve ui wiiitu, cuius auu iccr, ctci v auriux uim
h ,,.,, , ' v r ' w ' ' , ,
mero akclctout with the greatest dullculty only
.1 I t . I .1
could I get up and dowu stairs; my appetite was
gone, uud my strength bud so fur failed me, that
my friends were persuaded I could not survive
many weeks, uuluss 1 obtained relief. Indeed,
sir, uiv situuliou was so perfectly miserable turniv
! self, mid so distressiHg to my fumily, that I felt
1 willing to die whenever it should please tho Miuh
ter totakeine home. But I hcurd ofwur medi
cine nud relief came. Yps'it proved the Balm
of Gilead'' to my poor ulllicted body. Butbi-e I
had taken ON i; BOTTLE, I experienced a mitt
gatiou of nil my symptoms, nnd to my great joV I
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, -r " v,c.v"u:; ' " . " T.". . ? :
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ML-uud I can truly say 1 hare uo desitcto
With everlasting gratitude, I am deal-sir, your
obliged friend, Miar Gin.
Comer of Rose Street and Germaiituwu Road,
Prepared only by Dr. D. JAYn, No. 8 South
Tbii-d sireet, Philadelphia.
, For sale by - BURY & BECK.
Lancaster July 3, 1S47i !w8. ..
nnilE Receivers of the LANCASTER OHIO
JL HAN K, having conducted with JACOB
GREENE, to redeem the Notes nnd Bills of suid
Bank remiiinitig in circulation-the same will be
redeemed by said Ghiikhk, at the Drug Store of
George Kanlfnian, Main street, Lancsster, Ohio,
as the fame shall be presented at lhat place.
"II. 11. HUNTER, .
" Receivers ol Lancaster Ohio Bunk.
Lui.enBtcr, Chio. Feb. 3, 1547. Sf