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Jtos from ilje rmij.
Impoiinnt from Mexico.
Wo ore indebted to an extra of tlio
Zanosvillo Courier for tho following in
telligence. The news from Mexico begins to bo of
considerable interest. We havo dittos
from Vera Cruz to tho 17th ult, and from
Tampico to the 18th. ; '
Col. De Uussey had marched up the
fiver .with 120 men, (Baltimorians.) in
search of the prisoners released by the
He landed about sixty miles above near,
Httt-jntla, wbeu he was surrounded by
between twelve and fiftoon hundred.
Mexicans. Ho had cut his way through
this force and retired to the bank of the
river, whete he was waiting reinforce
Later intelligence says: "
De Russey's detachmonthad returned.
They had been surrounded at a narrow
pass nearHuojntla, by a force of Mexi
cans, who commenced a fire on the do
taclunent from all directions. Tho Mexi
cans, however, broke and fled after stand
ing six or eight rounds of grape from
Col. D. Russey's command.
Col. D. Russey continued his retreat
for several days, fighting his way to tho
bank of the river, when he sent to Col.
Gates for reinforcements. He reached
Tampico on the night of the 16th, having
lost duringthe expedition, twenty men
killed and wounded, two missing, besides
twenty horses and sixty mules.
During the fight several balls passed
through the cloak worn by Col. De Rus
sey. Capt. Wise had three horses killed
under him. Iho Mexican loss in the ut
lair is 150 mem
Captain Boyd and Lieut. Tonahill were
killed m one pt the above named engage
Our Army had a fourth of July cele
bration, at Walnut Springs. Cushing
made a speech and Gen. Taylor replied
to it.- Other Bpeechos and some toasts
were made: Among tho latter, we find
the following offered by Lieut. Fuller of
Gen. Zacliarv Taylor. "Wo next Ti es
ident of the United States! May his civ
il course prove as brilliant as Ins milita-
In replv Gen. Tavlor said:
"Mr. President aud gentlemen: I have
nover had the vanity to aspire to, or look
for, that exalted station which has just
been alluded to, but, if my fellow cou.n
trymen think proper to elovate me to so
distinguished and honorable a position, 1
shall certainly do my best to discharge
its responsible duties with hdolity,
"But, if any other candidate is prefer
red and offered, who may be more com
netentthanmvsolf, Lneed not say that
shall acquiesce most cheerfully in that
decision, and shall rejoice that there is
one mora worthy to represent them in
the highostofhce in their gilt.
An American Express rider had been
murdered, after a stout resistance, noar
Vera Cruz. Gen. Scott was still at Tue-
bla. Gens. Cadwallader 'and Pillow
were at Porote. Tho news of Gen.
Pearce's battle is probably incorrect, as
it is stated that he did not leave Vera
Cruz on the 17lh. it is said that an at
tack was oxpected upon that place as
soon as Peurce should leave and .imme
diately suitable preparations were taken.
Tho Steamer Ann Chase burst a boiler on
the 12ih ult, killed nine and wounded sev
LANCASTER, Friday, August 6, 1847.
nintltCTKD wkkklt r ki.vkxad DUTTi
Out H'a 10
Bat ley ,
Loaf do. ....
Collec, . ,
I'rieU A poles,
. . 8'a!4
-. C'ubTp Meeliiitf. I
There will be i Cumu Mewling ubout tliruc
mile norlh of Lancaster, on llie Ruad leading from
tbs Poor iloiue to Millersport, cumuu-iicmg ou
FRIDAY the Llthday of AWiUST.
A Boarding Tent will be kept on the ground,
where persons from ubi oud cau bu uctounoudntud
at moderate charges, but no Hucksters, Caku-
Wagons, ,Vc, will be permitted to come within
tho limits prescribed by law.
D. II. 8WARTZ.
Baltimore Circuit, July 21, 18 17. .
White Fish,... !)' 10
l'ickerul $8 00
Cav. Tobacco, . 1 44033
Kentucky do ...TlfaiS
By Telegraph For the Zaneiville Courier.
Baltimohk, July 31 8 1". M.
Flour City Mills is held ut $6,50, without sales.
Grain The inurket is at u stand.
Provisions There is nu improving demand.
The steamer's now has unsettled the market
for breadstutl's. -
Nrw YoitK, Augusts M.
Flour Small sales ol Western 5,&0. At tins
price there were sellers, but buyers are scurce.
The limit! mantel is compieieiy in a siuuu.
The market generally is unsettled by the Hi-
hernia's news and there are uo transportations.
riiii.ADKLPHiA, August 391 M-,
Prices nre leeblv aunimrted under the Hiber-
niu's uews, enough of which has come to hand to
Flour We notice a side of 200 bbls. Western at
6. Holders are asking op:w.
Wheat We report sules 3000 bushels prune
Red at 1,25.
Corn Sales of prime ellow at 75 cents.
Whiskey Sales in barrels tit 28 ceuls.
Corn Meal $3.50 asked but no sales. ,
Outs We hear of sales of Northern at 60c.
Provisions, Cotton and Groceries ure perfectly
H'Bt- ' ... ......... ,
Wnniuitn Wheat a 60c; Flour, ut retail, $4$ t
0; Corn 2325cl Oatsl720c; Hay $5; Whiskey
0 cents for rectified. Conner.
Buffalo, N.Y. July 29.
In Flour, we notice the sales of 100 bbls "Mi-
umi Omul," uttout. ut $1,371, and 600 bbls. two
brands, Ohio, at the same. Not a single sample o
VliHt was o ered. and it is nuesiiotiiiuiu wueiner
fl-vulund conlil ho obtained under $1. Wubash
muv l.ii (looted at 85c. Corn is rather bettor re
j . ... . i
quest. Some 7UU Uiislieis nnxeu, m siore, ai ic
Canul freights may be quoted to-dny at 6."''ti7c
on nour, 18 10c on wheal, and l j'aiio on corn,
Cleveland, July 30, 1847,
Cniial Receipts. Flour, 4,646 bbls.; Wheat
950; Com 4,300.
Bales. Last night, 1,'JUU uu wneai ui sac. .
TikJuv there is considerable innuiry for flour,
and $4.00 is offered, but holders being firm at
$4,25. no sales have been effected; 3.800 bu corn,
afloat sold for 42c; 1000 do, delivered by 10th of
August, ut 40 cents.
Cincinnati, juiy Ji, iiu, i r. ni.
Flmir. Sales at $4.10. There is a fair demand
but buyers are not willing to exceed $4.
Whisky. Sales at 174c
Lard. A sale of 100 kegs No. 1 at 9c.
Sugar. A sale of 10 hhds good fair Now Or
CH1U.1COTIIK, August .
Tlmnrica of Wheat muses fruin 65to70c. Flour
niiU nt .44.00 14.25. Corn 20 cents shelled
17 cts 111 ear. uuu w cm. nancy wolicis, ruix-
seed 62 cents; Beans 5062c; Lurd bwbj cents;
Bacon, Hog round, 6 cents. Gazette. .
slicrill 'h Sale.
"TY virtue of a Vend! F.xpouus to mo directed
II from the court of Common Dunne for the
Count v of Fairfield, and State of Ohio, I will oi
ler mid expose to sale by Public Vendue aud out
cry, at tho Tavern o! iv. v. line, 111 me iowh m
I,itli,iioli, 011 Monday the itli day of August,
1847. between tlio hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and
4 o'clock 1. M. of said day the following goods
uud chatties to wit; Oue Bay Mare, 0110 Sorrel
Horse, one two Horse Waggon and bed, three
Cows, one Hull, one Calf, uud leu head of Shrvp.
Taken in execution as the property of William
A. Greeti, at the suit of Adam Kock uud others.
Terms of sale Cash in hand.
EI.IAS l'F.RUY, Shtnf.
July 30, 1847. pf $1,2-12,
l'Statc ol' riiilip llubd'.
NOTICE is hereby given, that llie undersigned
has been duly qualified, us Administrator of
the Estate of 1'hilif Huukh, deceased, lute ol
Amuiidu Township, Fairfield County, Ohio.
J. M. HUBER, Adin'tor.
July 30, 1847. 4wl2 .
Lstalc of Jacob Knoppcr.
TVTOTICE is hereby giveu, that the undersigned
. hat been appointed uud duly qualilied as
Kxecutors of tho Kstute of Jacou KsKi-i-ta. do-
ceased, lute of Liberty Townhip. Fairfield Cotin-
, Ohio. AN DUKW KNKl'l'htt. ly.u,n
SIMON KNE1TER, Jr-Xt"r"'
July 30, 1817. ' 4wl2
Estate of larih Hall.
TOTlCEis hereby given, that the undersigned
11 hasbceiiiiiMiointcd oud duly oualiliud us Ad
ministrator of the Estate of Parish 11am., deceas-
d,lato of Huslicreuk Township, Fairfield County,
Ohio. JOEL B. ALLTON, Adin'tor.
July 30, 1817. 4wl2
Valuable Ileal Estate lor Sale
rWlLL sell ut private sale 62 46-100 Acres ol
Land king in rear ol Staubery's Garden, North
east of Lancaster, being Lots Nos. 7&10 in the
artition of llie Huldwui Estate. 1 hese two Lots
lie together, and for situation, fertility and almost
every other advantage, they form one of the most
aiuuoie iracis 01 iiiuu 111 tuu wimnj .
Terms moderate. Apply soon.
M. A. DAUG1IERTY.
Lancaster, July 23, 1817. -. 11
CfnK tour couohs and colds iikfobe thst
DKCOMt CONFIRMED CONSUMPTION. I llUVO Used
Dr. Taylor's genuine Balsam of Liverwort, Mr.
Editor, in my own family, uud have found it oue
of the most useful mediciues.1 have evor used. It
tutes in the directions that it is also effective in
Liver Complaint and Bronchitis, and other affec
tions of the throat nnd chest. I would strongly
recommend it, uud say be careful to buy the gen
uine, with Dr. Leed's signature to the steel plate
wrapper. The oflice-is 375 Bowery. It is a dis
covery ou which is based the Chrono-Thermal
treatment of disease; in -tny opinion the only ru
tioual mode, as it is a remedy applied directly to
the part ull'ectcd. 7 -
Vnv sale liv Biirv & Beck Lancaster; O. 11.
Mcidlor. Somerset; C. G. Wilson, East Uiishville;
S. Clayton West Rushville; D. Holderman, Aman
da; C. &N.L. Olds, Circleville; S. Buchwalter,
Hallsville. Ross county, K. Si M, A. 1 aiierseu,
A 1 11111111 ILIIHS till.. r 1 1CIIV1 UU M iinifvi
In Fairfield Common IMcas.
George, Beiijainin, John, James,
Charles, William and .Mary
Tovvnseud, Richard, Milliknn roa
and Surah Milliknn, William B.
Wood und Ann Wood, lleirs-
at-Law of William M. Town- DOWER.
HnilE above named Delendiints(someol wnom
1 nre nun-residonts) will take notice that the
suid Elizubeth Towusend, Widow of William M.
Towusend, deceased, has tiled 111 the Clerk s Ol
lice of the Court of Common Dcas of Fairficlii
Conntv. her Petition for an assignment of Dower
in the following Real Estate, in Baid County, to
wit: Part of Lots Nos. 3 aud 4 in the third Square
of the Town of Lancaster. Also, part of 11 1- illy
Acre Tract in Section No. 36, Township No 15,
and Range No. 19, of which said illiam M.
Towusend (lied seized. The said Defendants are
hereby notified to be and appear before our said
Court, at the nex t Term thereof and plead, answer
or demur to suid Bill, otherwise the same will be
taken as confessed by the 111 aud the mutters there
of decreed accordingly.
CREEDS, Attorney! Jor I'elitwner,
July 23, 18 17. Cwllpf$3,50
WITH IGAI150 Kegs ol fresh
mire White Lead. Pittsburgh nnd Cin
cinnati brands, just received and for sale by
BURY & BECK.
Lancaster, July 9, 1817, 9
Latest from Mexico.
From the late news, there appears to
bo some prospect of peaco. At least wo
hope so. The Mexicans have appointed
three Commissioners to treat with Mr
Trist. The names given are Gonostiza,
Baranda and Tival. The place of meet
ing San Martin.
Letters assert that Santa Anna favors
poace, and that ho was only holding
back until tho peaco parly should gain
the ascendency. '.
In some etters different names aro
civen to the Commissioners. Thero ap
pears to be no doubt, however, that three
have been appointed. '
From a letter, published in the Zanos
villo Courier from an officer of the flth
llegiment, U. S. Infantry, we have later
accounts from Gen. Scott's army.
Worth's Division had marched to with
in 15 niiles of tho Capitol, on the 15th
ult. and Scott was expected to reach that
place on tho evening of the same day
with the balance. Tho whole number
will bo 15,00010,000 regulars and 5000
voluntoors. A skirmish took place be-
t woe 11 Gen. Worth's division and about
4000 Mexican cavalry, near Amazoqua,
but so soon as the artillery opened a fire
upon the latter, they fled precipitately..
It would soem from tho abovo that, as
Into as the 15th no conferonco had been
held betweon Mr. Trist and the Mexi
The next news will be of great impor.
tance.' It will probably settle tho quos
, tion, whether we shall have peace or war.
The Georgia Journal is perfectly satis,
fied with Gen. Taylor's letter to the Cin
cinnati Signal. It says:
"Under such Circumstances we cannot
doubt tho result. The Democrats of
Georgia have greater reasons than their
brethren of New Jersey and Pennsylva
nia, to advocate Gon. Taylor. He is a
Southern man both in theory and in fact.
Identified with our institutions and lov
ing them, his character is nevertheless
such as to enable him to accomplish great
good for the nation" at large. Let us
then, all forget past differences, and rally
like brothron around, him . who can best
protect and defend both our
our institutions." ; l " -
Perry; Douglass & Lansiug,
Chillicothe; F. F.
clear Flax-Seed Oil, just received and for sale
by BURY & bLCK.
Lancaster, July y, lait.
Dr. IVIstar'a Batsnm of Wild Cherry.
This celebrated remedy is a compound balsa
mic preparation of tho Wild Cherry Bart and
Mots 0 Iceland, combined by u new chemical
process with tile E-xiran oj f ine. 00 smiuury
havo been its ellecU in all cases when administer
ed for Couohs, Asthma, Consumptiok, or uny
disease of the lungs, that many of the most dis-,
tiuguUhed physiciuus have approved and recom
mended it, and openly acknowledged it the most
valuoble medicine ever discoercd. It is truly a
vuluable medicine, und is uflbcting nil immense
aiuou.it of good in the reliofolsulVering humanity.
The genuine Wislar's Bulsam is sold only
by Maccrackoii & Gulbruilh. 2wl3.
Dr. Jnyno's Cnrininitive Bulsam is a certain und
speedy cure for Diarrhuj, Djseutery.Cholera Mor
bus, Summer complaints with children, and all
. niniiireinniiUi.t t ie stomuc I or Duweis, causeu
l,v itiiiiriiilnnce or error in diet. It has effected
cures tn tlio worst cases of these complaints even
where hope had almost lied snatched a tender
infant from an enrly grave, and called forth tho
exclamation, "it has saved the child." The Pro
prietor of this medicine begs leave to slide II is
something which ho has used extensively in pri
vate practice for a iiumber ol years, and believes
that he has saved many lives by its timely use.
Every person uiliicted with these complaints, ure
invited to try one bottlo of it, which is warranted
to give rebel. 1 ainpnieis containing iun mrec
tious and certificates of cures accompany each bot
tlo. - . '
Prepared only at No. 8 South 1 hud street, I'liila.
For sale by BU RY &RF.CK Lancaster, Ohio.
Lancaster, August 6, 1847. , 3wl3.
GREAT WESTERN 0OE MORE!
MACCnACKEN & GALBHAITH
1UVE THIS PAlf COMSIKNCKD 11ECKIVINO TUB
WITHIN NINETY-FIVE DAYS.
IS THE AMOUNT OF THIS, PURCHASE
Luncaster, July 2, 1817.
Estate of Dimiel RoiMcl.
NOTICE is hereby given, that tho undersigned
has been appointed and duly (piatilied, us
Ailiiiiiimlniloi- de bonii noil of the Estate of WiL.
ham Boiskl, doceused, lato of Fairfield County-Ohio.
WILLIAM HAMILTON,. Adin de Oomt non.
Cleai-creek township, July 30, 1817. ,4wl2
Sale of Real Instate.
TY virtue of nn order of the Court of Coin-
j moil Pleas for Fairfield County, made ut its
September Term, A. D. 18-16, und to us directed,
as Administrate of the Estnto of FREDERICK
SLOUGH, deceased, wo shall proceed to sell ou
Saturday the 31st day of July, 1817,
on the premises, the following described Real
Estate, to-wit, iiVl.uia wo s 41 ami vi, 111 me
Town of Winchester, in said County of Fairfield
Also. Two Acres of OUT-LOT No. 2, adjoining
said Town of Winchester, being tho property of
which suid Frederick Slough, died seized.
Termi of Sale One-third cash in hand, and the
balance in one and two years, with interest on
deterred payments, to be secured by mortgago or
amirovod norsoiial security.
Due attendance will be given by the undersign
ed, NATHANIEL TALLMAN,
Adm'tort of the Estate of Frederick Slough,, dce'd
Tlio above proerty will ho sold free from
all right of Dower on iny part 111 said premise.
MA It 1 Sl-UIJHII, WtttoK.
Juno 25, 10 17. pf$;l,50 6w7
A Greater quantity tlian ever to be had at
' GATES. & COSI'ER'S.
Juno 13, 1817.
Land for Sale.
1 1 .. 'r .1 1 . . Ml
ti Haul's, "ueu hxecutorn 01 1110 mm wui
First Brigade, 7th Dlrlslou Ohio Mllltla.
nHE Commissioned and Shift Officers of the
JL First, Second and Third Regiments of Iiifan
ty, togolhor with the Officers ol the Companies
lOl llllUg OU1U ibUgllUUMlO, 'ilMv.vi ....
Thursday the 96th day of August next,
nt 10 o'clock. A. M.. in front of the Court House
door in Lnncastor, Fairfield County, prepared to
perforin Officer & Lump duty, in accordance with
the law ol IUJ as nmenucu oy ine iuw oi ion.
ATTENTION The Commissioned and Shift"
Qflieors of tho First Regiment of Light Infantry
First Regiment of Riflemen, and the First Regi
ment of Cavalry ot the r irst isrigauo, in lovibiou
ni.i,. Miliiin. will nnrado their rcsiicctivo Regi
ments armed aud equipped ucuording to law, at
Lancaster, on the 2fith day ol August, iui, pio
pared to perform three days drill and camp duty.
1 .. 1 . nM.J wot, rtivii-imnll.
All persons inusi come piupu.cu -"
teuts and other things necessary to remam the lull
time required by law. ; ..
Tho Ollicers ana Doiuiers win um..
. . . ,
DIED At his residence, near Royalton, Fair
field county. Ohio, on tho 7th of July, 1847, Mr,
I'lIILIP HUBER, io the 56tU yearot bis age.
I of Jacob Keiins. deceased, by virtue of llie
authority of the same, will expose to sale by pub
lic vendue, at the Court House uoor in ine xown
of Lauctistor, Fan-held County, Ohio, ou
Saturday the 28th duy of August, 1817,
between tlio hours of 10 o'clock A- M. & 4 o'clock
P. M. of said day. the following described vulua-
lilo Real Estate to-wit: One Hundred and Thirty
Acres ol Laud, more or less, part ol tlio norm-
west Quarter of Section No 34, Township No. 14
Runse No. 19.ni said County, being the same
- o - . . , .. i l . w .... I
Tract tormeriy owneu Dy uaviu iuaicruus ueceus
cd. situated about 0i milos Southwest of Lan
caster, near the old Chillicothe road. On said
premisos are situate a good Tan Yard now in use,
with the buildings andfixturos necessary to car
ry ou, the Tanning Business with advantage.
Also, a comfortable two story Dwelling lluuso,
with Barn and other Out-Buidings connected
thorewith. About 30 to 40 Acres of improved
Lund under a good stuto of cultivation, an Orchard
of bearing Apple und Peach Trees two good
Springs aud lust ruto iniiuor ou mo uinmpiuvcu
The salo will be peremptory to tho highest
bona fide bidder without reference to any apprais
ed vuluo. payable one-third in hand, one-third in
oue. and ouo-tliird in two years, with intorost
, u..i.i: fn ilm time 'from the day of sale.'' Possossioa will be given
?heTnarade l,clore0the Court House door, until j immediately of so much of the improved laud us
TX aVee'ularlv discharged on the third day. may be necessary for putting out a crop this fall
CF"An Wection lor Colonel ot the first Regi
ment of Light Infantry, und to fill all vacancies
that may occur, on the 2(ith day of August, 1847
Itv nr,W of the Bricadier General.
EMANUEL G1ESY, Brig. Q-rnr. Master.
Lancaster, July 30, 1847. v4w13 .
and the balance on tho first day of April next.
Th title will be free of all incumbrances, and
the deed be made on full payment '.
.. GEORGE KERNS, )F t0 ;
JACOB beck; )LX0CUt0"'
July 16, 1347. . . 10
Cheat and tirow Kich.
RHffl mtmA Hie tcrH priiirie of 1ki tntrty of lle
M whulfNHiedi'HUrr n. 'IVm upiu tliw!iiii,(iiid iiey hmv
lfisM.tMU (In mjt ttnmefiil tinpjtilioiion iM'uunlry Mr
rliaijt wlitioMtdMjr ffNr uf d"l-4:iion. But a fi-;w tn tn Urn
Tm Trail ha coiiiu llrft I'KKIN TKA tXIPANV
fJntrtM ittrr t.otiur uf iUdilfiMfiirlMin, 'J'hry w'TC'the ftrgt to
miw th hammr of Kelonn, vn wliirti tly huv in rttoU
ilMiiiJiiitf'n wnrdtf -iri 'An d tit prut: A coin
fiMe rtfvolutttm tiatt t(tii tlM fohawquciiru. Ielc9iuinrrf
ul Te t-VKty wliir look at wluit wt have tofie,
lit. Wn wur tli i)ri in wiuj ilttii tliui used t W
lo itotMl fur IIiaiii htfor.
lii. Wti huvu tlrivf n out of Die mnrkrt a rati anwHinl of
Iriwh, khi iriir(jtiucd a lxMii?r rim f 'l'tr.g lUan im y
itvcr lxcnuld; lnioflr ni Tun oflrn cunte Mi u tu enf
fur 11m: It own tiw, am) fur Uuilr ffKiid, tiiHS qua I it la. llwy
run And now lie re irte,
'M. We (lav! rilnrftl ntro niO'n titan 25 r rcnl ,UtMi
In Blur t nnd reen Teu. Tlie wliolemW futrtt aay wh
nm riilniiiK ilwirnda and call liunttrtig. fhif we liav
diMie already, ami mw hj what wo nrt TfnAy to do.
Ut. We will H Tea by tiw aiitxle eUfi. half r I test, nr
H Ih brjl. nt Die Mint prirt a tlmt wholemte trort my to
ttiK Importer Whn they buy by the Imndred iwrkfitfti.
Vd. Tlw wholnwtli rrj;ra allow only VJ or at most 14
II lure to llie half elwat. TltU kaclwai. Wn will al
low, lr. mut I natu , 1-1 and M II tarvuii the annw.
'M Ve herelty undertake to aell nvtsry kind f Tna
frwiu tit to tiectog ccnli ytr pound cheaper than Ilia wl.ol
aaU' trocuri do,
flow run u' 'lo tliia axka tlie rguntry inprriinm?
Thia i our anwwor. Wn nut rimfit with vmi per
rent, pfoht iiuttod of 35 and AO per cent a la w holefale
We dKtrv4 llut thanks of tlm roontry uterrlmnta for w
ving tlicni liprertfier from M117 rhrraled. Lrl llMfin conte
(o Iht W ari'liotiac of the I'KKIN TKA CO , and roinpare
Hflinulea of Tea tliry got clwuittr; and iftlivy boy bad
'iVa ihKii.al high price, it if their own fault.
An Kni(liili Importer laiWy bon'tod tn u that hetoulri
makp mora ntony hy wtidiii bad Twia lo iha New York
market limit on ood Teufl. W arc rt-aoH-nd 10 overthrow
(hi frnnd, and now rail upon agent in rverv town of th
United HtnUf tomine furwnrd and buy tlmTeniiniportMl
by the I'KKIN TKA (.'O.;ond we pUdjre miwulvwi, that If
in ix mom). Hnry do tioiaell more Tea than tbe oldeat
and largrid dcaltrra in ihelown, wc will Rive (twin onr Ta
without charge. Tina if plain Knijliili and ennnot be mb
umleriMood. Wn npjH-nl for tealimonv tollte immetife auc
ctswof our Ajienmin any port of tlii lniled Stmen.
y-Airent wanted in very loivu in tlie Untied States
for the wile ol'lhetw Teu. by wtdrti they ran iiiukemoui'V,
and cooler ubunrm upon llie rump: ny auppiymg ine punt
CATALOGUE OF T K A S
OS 8ALK AT TDK WAHKIIOIMK OF THK
PEKIN TEA COMPANY,
75 and 77 Fulton t.t N. Y
The Teaa meiitioned in thia Catnlosue are done up in j
quarter pound, half ioimd, and one pound parkasea the
tirat. or iuxide wrnper i lead. Ihe wnml wrapper la water
proof paper, and Uh; third or outnide wrapitvr i of Cliineiw
rkennfK'r. Th Company aMI none IhjIjo4m1 Teaa, done
up in thiauerior muiuntr, all of them erown fn llie uutat
liixuriotiadialrirta in China Country dealvra tnuy awlerl
aa aniiill u tpiaulity of em h kind a tliey like, and hnvn
them p.ir.kid In on rhtHt. Theac Teita abwi rnma in five
IHMind Chlntnc luirkatfpa. railed )tiaUooiifl, a rery convcu
u iH. fancitul Bud pormble ilutim.
I'eraona reaidiut; in any part of the Cnited Htnie or
Cunnda. ran order any of the Te;ia in the t:aiul?tie. hy let
ter. in quanlitiea to auiltlirir wiahea. U park them in
Chines boxeaaim deltvor them to the rorwanMiiK Mer
hiii it free from rtiartre fr pa kiiiff nr rarla'e, J he mon
ey altaiild alivuya accompany the order.
VUUXO DYSON, good 00 33
l)u do sweet cargo ui) -ill
Do do do do finer... (10 O-.J
Do do fine cargo 00 75
Do do extra line 00 874
Do do Silver Leaf 1 00
Silcer I.caf-r-Seldom sold even hy large dealers,
liecuuse ol the very small protits made cm its
sale. This is a very superior Tea
Do do Gulden Chop I'luuta-
- tion or Garden growth 1 50
Qobttr. CAop-Tlm Is llw fluent Ciri-en -tea r.iiltivnttti in
China, 11 Is of llie lirsl ntt-kln-, and fxci-ll sll ollirr
Gro.-n li-si Us ili-lli ary of llavor. slrnlli anil arnins,
llureluforc iliis tea has nevi-r n-n. Iicil Uiucuaiiiry, es
ccpl in iinsll lots, as presents lo Importers,
HYSON, verv fiAio 00 75
Do I'laiitnlljn growth 1 00
GUNPOWDER, good 00 75
Do superior... 1 00
Do smull leaf, plantation growth. 1 25
IMPERIAL, good 00 75
Do hrislt uud fragrant 1 00
Do - curious leaf, verv superior.... I 25
HYSON SKIN, uood fiuo" flavor 00 'M
Do du extra tine 00
POUCIIOSfi, good, full flavor 00 Htl
Do fine 00 50
Do very superior 00 75
SOUCHONG, good 00 118
Do extra fine 00 50
OOLONG, strong, flavor fine 00 50
Oolong This Tea is a great luvorilo uud gives
Do very fine 00 63
Do ' in one innind and half pound
catty, extra fine 00 75
NE TIA'S ULTRA.'. 1 50
JV Plut Ultra This -res linS fragrant ass noaceay. It
yiclils a perfume Unit is truly ile'ii-hil'iil, It is of arrlen
howiIi, and nicrior lo any Hutu of the kind ever suid
la this conntry
ENGLISH UHEAKFAST TEA, fine... 00 50
Do do do extra fine 00 li'-J
HOWQUA'S MIXTURE, a strong aud
rich bluck Toa, Pekoe flavor 00 75
CONGO, good 00 374
Do very hue no oil
5KOE FLOWERS, good 00 874
Do do garden gro-A-lh... 1 50
Uosido the above we expect daily from China
scvorid splendid chops of Tea, exclusively impor
ted bv the I'l-.KliX 1 i.A t-u., ana which wo in-
tend to eonvnlit lo preveui uicKcry. i.ei our
;ents gel jeady.
llHtninfora ll hns twen very iliU'ciilt indtcil iiatiowiiilt-
to always otilata leoml Krueii and black was. Hal now you
have only lo visit tlio wan-rooms "I llie n hiii i i-a i uni
i.riiv. nuil 77 Fulton strt-el, lo ohlntn n delirious and
frnt-'iaiil linn ns you mnld winli for LimYy Sun.
Wr liavu mm llie ress imiuiiiwi "v ine rt-Ktn n-at.otn
tinrv. .3 Ami t 1-illlon St. .m-w lorn, ami n we live w in
try Ihem often. 'I'livy are hellina Hie must delirious ii-ns
we ever drunk, anil reUia nieai ui wnoa-wir priris. .ce-
Tin- ttnt'fit ppRrimens ot uroi-n ana ttiars teas ever soui in
this t-oiintry, are iiumrli-d l.y tin- I'ckiii Ti-a Company, 7.,
if 77 Folion street. I noun wno wain sooa teas at reason
able priees, cun always set Iheio ilien-. YViiiise.
A WoHOTO IK wntSKKHS. ine renin I en initiiaii.v,
7.1 b 77 Fulton St. have imitorleil Ililn this market hihiii
Ave liiiiiilii d IhoiisHtiil dollars " Drill ol the fini-st cradi-s of
(ireen and HIhi k 'I'ean.urown in tire Celestial Kmpirc, done
up ill all Hie vnnoiis faury iMii'Rnceii thai uninrw. aitieiiaity
can invenl. It is a privilege lo huy leus at this ureal K
tnhlishuieut, and a luxury and a rouiforl lo drink Ihcui.
They sell Bond ti-os only, and retail Uieni at wholesale pri
res. Country tnerrlinnls who wish lo alwaysn-ll cood lens
can aiirnvt olnain Ihem at this pluco.on reasoiislile terms.
Ncv York Courier osrt t.nqutrtr.
71ie Tekin 7Va Coinpnny, 75 S( 77 Fulton street, are r
forinini! a ureal and food work, and will in a few years, be
yond all doubt drive all the poor leas which have delu-cd
this country, and defrauded, conroniers of llie ankle, out
ofihe market. They import none but pure and frnnnt
teas, and retail ilieni hy the single pound at wholesale pri
ces. Families are always sure of oluninini sood teas at
i hia srnnt wnreliotisc. ill ouaniitics lo suit their conven
ience, and at the same irko that the merchant pays who
Imva tosmll apaia. Dailf True Sua-
Fist Oolonu Bi.ck 7'. 7'lie Pekin 7t'a Company
Tj 77 Fulion slieet, Klls a delicious Oolong lea ai 50
rnni nnr nnimd. Consumers of tea, who have been pay
ing SIX Sllllimi.'S per (mull!! Hir IIIIF UIIH.IC me inlii;oi.i .
romparc it wilh 1 lie ulwvfi, and Judsc for thnmnclves which
isllielicsl. liyoucnnmiy a iieimr n-u at iinii uiiiiiii
pcr pound than you have been selling nt six shilliuijs, yoo
will lie ohlii-ed lo us for lliis notii c. rry the Young Hy
son, sold ul lliis ureal lea Kitohlislniicnt at 75 cents. It is
belter than anvllilnif 01 ine Kina we nave ever nuiigiu
iu.u.l.Ari nr 01m dnlliir. Ctmwercio JltlKertuer.
II any of oar renders ncsire 10 nave eoon i,ii-j
obtain ll of tlie Tekni 7ea company, 1JIV11 ruiton street
Y'llK l'KKIH 7V.A CoJiriKY. vto very rnci-riiiny run
ho mi.iiiiiAii of nil lovers of mire and fni;rniil (i-i, lioih
In tow n and country, lo the great lea Warehouse of this
Coinpany. our Ioiib nnpmiiilaiiee wilh lbs I'loprletnrs
...ni.i.. .1. m ln-ouink l'.irl-..i 11m entire ronlidence oft Iw
pilbtir. IVe know Hint tlleir tens, ihhh in ipuiniy nun pin-e
nre nil that is staled M'lhciu. slatiy a lover qfthe frasraul
i,uri. i.i.b iu.nn rninrelleil to eschew llie driukint! of tea in
ronscqueureSofilailijiiriniis eirecls, Until ntlcucllllH! hns
iHioouie lmpulii.f lindini. among uny of tlie iiiiiorled va
rieties of lea in car market, n kind which had not such an
eti'ect. In lliis, however, such persons will be agreeably
.ti.iiiiiiohitpd. 7'he Tckia 7en Coiniiany have commenced
the Importation of choice varieties of Garden teas, of most
delirious flavor, cultivated nnd picked with gronl care,
which have heretofore never linen Introduced inlo this
country, except ns presents 10 Importers. Among these
lln-v have an Oolong, mild as sepliry, am) fragrant as a rose
tuhu-ii wexneeiiillv rt-coimnend tnnll nervous iiersons,
rfftet tiioti ninny of those who have tried ll, hns been lo
riiakc Ihem cnntlrmcd ten-drinkers. Lndicn who hnvc used
hifore rirnuk such lea. Hut all lasli-a
ran here he sailed, with llie great advantage. over others of
getting a pure article ut wholennie price, nowever smnu 1
quantity. 7I10 Company's Warehouse iaatijJi-f'F
Ion streol. O'Wen HuU,
T The I'ckiii Tea Coinpany, No. 5 4- 77 Fulton st.
iinquesiloanlily sell the besl tuas imporled Into this mar
ki. 7-imi iln-v sell Ilieni cheaner than any other estab
lishment, ha het proven In a thousand InsinnnM since
they havo oienert their store. H'e would ndvise our
friends to cull nl this plure.and if they don't .wish 10 huy,
at least lo obtain a little pamphlet, kept 011 ihi-lr counter,
entitled "Hiiii to Tea Drinkers," nnd therefrom learn a
iiille useful iiiforinniioa on the subject. The pamphlet is
given pratt: Jtarnaleif Cvmutrcs.
We drink (Jreen Ten, and for many yearn hnvc been nay
I... ... ,IaII, ,r nnmid lor il. Hut ihniiks to the I'ckiii
Tr Company, wo now get a belter tea from ihem at 75
cents per pound, we arms one poiiuu ir k,i-j .
wc are now saving Uiirleen dollars per year, and enjoying
better lea In Ilm bargain Commend us to the I'ckinTKt
Comnany say we. Vlrroe.
rv.p.illtor nml mihllshers ofnewsnnrKirs In the 1, lilted
Stales, Canndns, If'est Indies, r, who will give the ahnvt
1-1 .M..f,uiia ill Ilieir rcsucciive luufiiais. iii:iiiiiiiik iui nv
lice, will Iw paid for Ihessme in any this ilwy may choose
u.1.,1 r...m Hm aliove Catalosue. ai the prices there
named, and by their purchasing of the Company iwlcethe
amount of their bill, which ihey aro 11 liberty 10 dispose 01
as they please.
rapers who nlverslse, must direct conies mai-lerf to llM
n,kin Tea Csmsanir Oaitttt. 75 77 Fulton street, Nsw
Vork. - July aj,J-U. 0
txillna, liico, Muiaw, CliocnUte, '
gar, Now Orioaut, llavaus, 4. All of the very
tiuust 4uality, uiiuUully ou hand, ami lor .! hy
lil.UY Sc llK.CK.
Lanctismr.July 9, 13)7. )
ii !lic L'uilcd MiatCN.
is an arioni siiioiif nil t:ivilitil nation thai
il is belter lube ru-tgi-d iHliunuiahla war man
uhinil lo dislioiiOMhle ursi e. Aduiiiins llii, aim-
-iple. Dr. Waii-oti, an old and skillful I'lipician
(mmletty would ''g;eil the propriety ol lea vine iIh
woril skilful for oilier lo ,iinimiilire, lest I lutein
he liioiight rgiiirtikal ; but il is no lime ft inoileMV
iu lime davs of Imw iui)0.irin, when ii;iioiaiie
and scieiire are perinitted lit w'k hand in hand,)
who wasrilurated in llf rati, where he prai iirert
hit piuletrion a niiintwi of years; si.rl dining ihe
an nine or leu ers lias oeeii rng-tgi-d to hh ex-
lensive piariire in St. ,ous where lie lias Treated
Disrare soTettlnlly in almoji al it. vsrird and
complicated forms, iiinil ilMiralih Sml a Misilered
oiiiiiIiiiioii oonceil him lo (Ifclme the pracitre of
ins pioles'iou 1 hnklliereloieilrienniiird tinier are
war wilh Patent Medicines and Uuark Nntinim
Vlakeiswiili wlmie b.i-e anil fslte iirrteiiMOus to
cure all tlie i Is and silt, paim and arlirs that fl,b
i heir !oo, wiili a tingle hog of I'illi or a bottle of
Comwund Siiruu. Truly there are but lo clim
es in society, and ihey aie the Ilumhued nn-l the
llunwuert, ll it passingly ttrsnge llie iieople
have not lour since become tired and disgusted with
this bare nnpoilion. and like Konie UUM vran he
foie the cliii-lian eia, in llie dajt of Atrh gHthiit
hanihed Ihei-e inipositions liom ine noitniry and
prohibit the pia' lice among ilieni. Tlieie is no
person of cotniuou sense but knows jf he would
but n-flrcl llial reiueilirt caiiuol he no combined as
lo be competent lo cine ten thousand forms of dis
eases by one rombinaiion ; it it basely false, and all
who pretend to core so large a number of disease as
sou often see adveni-ed nre either ignoramuses and
know nothing of llie humtn tyiteni, the naliirrnf
disease or the effect of reoiediet upon the system or
ihey are base impoiirit, and in eitb-r case are tin
wort.,y of your confidence. siv are wonderfully
and lea i hilly made." Iii'n-foie let no person who
is ignorant or tlie beautiful, delicate and complies,
led ttruriiire presume to tamper Mud thus destroy
the usefulness ol thni Oeautiiul and wonderful sys
tem thai (sod has placed here for usefulness aud tn
glorify Him foi he who does not slumber nor tleep
will assuredly holdall accountable at His Bar if
they date temper with the tvnrk of Hit liauili, foi
the purpose of gratifying their sordid avarice.
Dr: Watson brlirviug, that hit knowledge of dis
ease aud long exnerience in the TreaMient of the
various forms of Dheasp, has furnished him with a
knowledge of lieuierlies that would be nlinnsi in
valuable to Hip ti'k anil atlhrted, has determine.!
to nrepaie liiese leinedies aud tend them lo people,
and all lie asks it a ttial of tliem, and if like the
worthless nostrums of llie day, the money w ill be
The Dr. has published a little pkmpli'et railed
the Kumily (iuide to Health, in Klii' h lie has given
briefly the symplomi and Treatment of tome forty
Diseases. These pamphlets ran be obtained free
of charge by calling on any of the agems.
Catalogue of Medicines
Tonic I'i-ver and Ague Liniment for Ilortrl
Pillt, warranred to cure; they have ever used ;
"Fever and Aue Syrup, Pills and Ointment for
wairanictl locate; ' Piles;
"Fevei and Ague Syrup Sail Kbeiun and Titter
fur Children ; Ointment for diseases of
Atiii-Uillious Pills, lie- llie Skin ;
p-tlic Pills for Diseases Oleaginous Mixture fur
ofihe Liver; Illooly Flux, Dysente-
Aiili-Spliiiitons Pills for rv, Colic Ace!
Aiiie cake, ic. ; Oleaginous Mixruie fur
Auli.Disnentic Mixture Dowel Comulaiiit of
lor Djspeptia, kc. ; Chil.lien;
Female Pills and Female Ami Fever Pills and An
Mixtures, ti Fever Drops-
Co ti g h M i x t ti r e tfor Tonic Aromatic Bitters,
Loughs, Colds and (won- tor s eakitets, Lost of
lumiition: Appetite itc. :
Rheumatic Pillt for Rheu Venuifoe,e lor Worms;
nialism; Eye Water;
Rheumatic l.iuinient for ('roup Syrup ;
K h e ti in a t i c Sprains, Infant Coidia! fot Chol
bruites, bums, tild sores, ic, ic.j
plains in tile bark and Medical Stiengilietiing
limbs, ic. Stage dri- Plaster,
vers say it is llie besl See Medical Pamphlet.
A letter of Recommendation from Professor Wn.r.
1am Tui.LV, of Yale College, Conn., aud Prof.
JaUks II. AaHsBr,laie Pi of. of Anatomy aud
Physiology, in the Albany Medical College,
The subsciibers have known V). Y. Watson. M.
f)., fot several years, anJ they aie happy lo be
able to state, that ever since their acquaintance with
him, he lias uniformly sustained good cliaractel,
noi only as a member of the community, but also
as a Physician. The mbsciihtrs have also betti
acquainted with, hit means ol professional educa
tion, the manner in whicn ne nas Improved them,
and wilh his ability in practice, aud ihey entertain
a favorable opinion of him, m all these respects.
Signed VslMJAM TUI.LY,
Oci.'V37. JAMES 11. ARMsCY.
SI'KIX.llK & 1 IMil.OM;,
. Fasbionablc Tailors..
SI 101 Iu Shwflci 's lluildin, oue door East of
th Tallin idg! liijuso.
Lancaster, Juno II, 1847. 5
JOHN D. AI All TIN,
It. P. EFFINOEU,
n ak n & i:i i i-i;i:,
Attorneys and Counsellors ai Law.
Of 1 ICE In Foster's i ick Building.
1. mi iistiM-. Ohio. Juna il, 1817. 5
i. II. SMITH.
T. TON fi,
S ITC IT II & TONG,
TTAVE rtfiimved their Shop into the storeroom
I I loruiBrly occupinl by AmswonTM 4V. Wit.
I.UCK, wlieie they miiy he found n-uilv and will
iiiZ lit eXM-ut work in the neatest and most fash-
oiiaulu manner, and upon tlio shortest notice.
Lancaster, July It, 1817. 10
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
AND SOLIfTTOll IX CHANCLKY
tVOrncr.. Talliiiad'c's building 'Id Story.
Lancaster, June 5. llil'i.
f WIV. siihscriljer is now in receipt ol, und lias
JL opened at his store,
A Fl.'LL AND CO.MPLKTE ASSOItT.MENT OF
CSp (D (D ID 5 5
lioth Domestic and Foreign, all of which are fresh
inisortntiiHis. and .d' the tno.t npproved style and
patterns. At my Store, the
1st door East of the Swan Hotel,
can lie found in their greatest variety and quantity.
all descriptHiuH ol
JEANS AND VESTINGS,
tniether with every article of WimiIcii, Worsted.
Linun. Silks and ('otlou floods, rerpiired hy Iji
dies, (iuiilleuieu. MUsesand Youths. Also:
C; root r ics mid Hardware,
SHOES, WALL PAI'Ell,
and every variety of Staple anil Faucy Articles
v. Iiii li ure made use of.
Ill: 1I.4ILY NVIiOVtL Hllfti.
IS published In the City of Wsshiiitosi, avtry
day, at ii o'clock, F. M. Sunds excapted
iid strted io subset ilirrs it) City, at lbs N.y
""I, ueuigriowi,, , Aiesandria, aire) in Haiti.
more, llie same evening al f J cs-ni. a week, pava
ble to the 9ole Agtm , the vs'liig.a. L. Uillchfetl,
IUq., or his order. Ii u al.a mailed to any rwrt oi
the I imed Kiatrs lor f p,, aiiBinii, iu fg ai
Mionths, payable iu ads sure. ...
Adveiiisemrnts ol ten lints ot lets inserted onat
time for 50 ceuit, two times for TScents, tluee ihsiss
for $1, one wet k for $1 75, ntq weeks lot i 75,
one hioiiiIi 4, two niotilhs 7, three Minimis fl.
six mutiUis $16, one) ear J0 payabla always in
advanre. . .
Tlie NiTinxsL Whso it hat its name indlralei.
it tpeakt the sentiurritts iff Iht Whig parly of the
Union mi every rfoeSiion of puh'lc fniirry. Ii ad'
vneaies ine elei lion In the PretidnYjT of Zachary
Taylor, Mil.ject la tlie ilecitioa of a VVfiig National
Conveuuou. It makes war to the knife upon all
llie measures aed sets of tuts Administration lee
ed in be averse lo the liitetetli of the country, and
. msei niinnui rear ot lavnr lire rorinpttoat of the
piny in power. Its columns aie open io erery ninrf
iii the country, for the discutiiou ol political Or any '
otllei tpiestions . ,
Iu mtdiiio.li to politics large spare in (ne fsa'
'- I Whig will tie tleroied to lite piiblirations up
o.i Agriculture, Merhamrs, and other useful arts,
A ieute in general, liw, Mei'itine, Statistics, ire,
A weekly lilt of llie Patents issued by the Patent
(Wire Kill likewise be pul.lislied iht whole fot
tiling a complete family newtpsper.
The Weekly JVaiioiiul Whl-,
One of the largest news,siiien Inttie United Stales,
is made up fiom the Coliimnl of the Daily Nation,
al Whig, and it published every Saturday for the
low price of $i per annum, payable ill advaure .
A double sheet of eight pages will be giveu w henet
er die press of matter shall justify it.
The memoirs of General Taylor, tVrilien express
ly foi the National Whig, are iu course of publica
tion. They commenced with the second number. I
large number ol copies ofnhicli have heed prill
ted to supply rails for hack numbers.
CIIAS. W, FF.STOrf.
Prnprieior of Kaiioual. Whig .'
Washington, July 1G -G.nlO $ h ex. daily ly
Acliiiiniolralor'"! Salt. . -
William Lee, Admiuutrst--, ... .. , ,,-, r r.
to. of Thomas Lee, dec. 1 IN IUFltLD
I COMMON PLEsA9.
ourt aloresai-.l, at iu May Term, 1847,
Kli.alii-tli Lee and others
I") Y virtue of an order of sale to ule directed f
t J tlie Li
The Ladies will find at litis slow, every variety of
ItKULGLS. in patterns and incces;
Ilerege und Satin slrifusl anii plaid Shawl
Hereto and Silk Scarfs and Handkerchiefs;
The most heauliriil LAWNS. UK LA INKS
Tiifietlier witheverv varietvof
i.inP.ns. cambkicks. GiNfin.vMS
CT11NT.KS, Kiblioiis. I'liiasiiU, Sun Shades,
(ilnses Hosiery. Ac. stc. sVc.
Families wanting choice articles ol liroccnes, will
do well to call '.
Tarerii-herprrt will lie fiirni-hed with elmire
hlQVOliS, WISF.S on l GROCERIES.
AND STBAW STORE.
Tlie snli-ci iher is tilsn .reiml lo liii nisli llie
politic at his Store Kooui. the dour Last of llie
"Swan Hotel." lite must lieuulil'iil and choice as
sortineiit.il CHINA. (!L SS. LIVLKl'OUL. and
ordinary CliOCKLRV-WAKi:. e'nher iuTea or
flintier Setts; or smaller ijuautiiy. Also, LOUK
(il. ASSKS of all sizes. .
At this store, u room is also filled up wilh
LAD1RS STRAW nnd oilier BOSJiETS,
..full kinds, and the most recent and approved
slvles. enihraciiig in piirt the Chinee IVr.il. colet
and ltice Peral, aud lloreuce and Ittitlana Uou-
Also, AUTIFKTAL FLOW l.US m grout vane-
' To all the ithove stock of Goods, tho piihlic at
tention is particularly invited, ull of which will he
sold on the umst reasouahle terms, for
CASH or I'ltomCE.
A neat variety of the aliove can he spared to
Country Merchants ou reasonable terms.
; T. C. WI1ITF..
Lancaster, June 13, IS 17. tl G
1 will ou
Saturday (he 31st day or A rig list next,
hefure tlie Court House door iu Lancaster, offer
at piihlic sale the following tract of Laud situate
iu suid County, known as Lot No. 31. in the North
end Last half ol .Section No. 20, Township No. 16,
I'an'e il). containing 100 Acres, being tlie sajnrt
Lauds conveyed hy Thomas llolleubuck and wile,
August O'l, 1313, to the said Thomas Lee, deceas
ed. Said Lauds are however to be mild subject lo
llie Dower F.slate therein to Surah I,ce. widow,
us usaiiied to her at suid May Term, and upon the
lerms lullowi-jg. to-wiu Une-lhiriJ in liaiul one
thlrd iu one and the residuo iu two years, willL
interest ou the deferred pay tllents from the day
WILLI AM LF.E, Aim'tor,
Of th r F.tlale of Thomas Lee, deeeau,i
July 10, IS 17. 13.50 bwlu
Tin, C'opjirr nnd Sheet-Iron
JOHN WORK & CO.
"TXT'OL'LD respectftilly inform the citizens of
V V Fairfield and the surrutlding counties, that
they still continue to manufacture, mid keep od
hand conslauly ut theicold stand, on Main Street,
opposite the Idllmad'e lluuso.
ull kinds of TIN, COPPER aud
SHIXT IKON WARE.
They haTe always ml hand
and If ir sale
From tlie lier. S. A". Killam.
Dr. E. V. Watson Sir: Having had frequent
occasion for the use nfmedirides in my lainily du
ling llie last lew moiiiiis and Iroui llie inrreasiog
popularity of your "Family Medicines." I was in
duced lo ny I ln'in, in pieh reuce In employ ing a
plijiirian in iny family, and am now prepaird to
say, that I beiieve your niedirini-i as a caJ, to be
superior lo any oilier preparations now hi fore i he
public. Your (soul and Klieumatic Linimenli Ver
mifuge, Tetter Ointment, Uravel Mixture, Ami
Dyspeptic Mixliue, Ami IlilliousJAgiie, and Hepa
tic I ills, 1 conceive to ue prepaianuiit is Hu ll ueecl
no further recoiiimriidaiion than a fair trial, to en
sure their unparalleled success.
lir.V. . K. tvk.LL.AAl.
Vaudalia, March 26, Id 16. .
From the Rev. Geo. J. Barrett, ofihe Id. Conn.
Da. Watson Sir: I lake great pleasure in re-
rommi'iidiug your valuable family incdic'tnei to the
piihlic, as sole and certain remedies fur the cure ol
ilia diseases for which they are prescribed. I have
used ft number of your medicines in my family du
ring llie past year, and, in every instance, with ins
most entire success. From ilm repcate.1 assuieuces
which I have had from a number of my acquain
tances, who have used your nie.diiiiies, I liaie no
hesitancy iu saying that, in my judgement, ihey
are decidedly superior to any preparation within my
knowledge. Yours, respecilully,
litO. J. UAKIlbl r.
Van.lalia, 111 , Apiil 8, Idl6.
From llie Rev. D. D. McKee, lale pastot of die
Dr. E. Y. Watson Dear Sir: I feel llial I owe
it, not only to myself, but also to the public, to say,
thai 1 have the utmost couhileiice in your prep. na
tions, and have no doubt that, in all ordinary rases.
if your medicines are taken aecordingly lo your ill
rectioiis, ihey will perforin all thai yoo have i.riuu
ised. Your medicines, the efficacy ol which have
been tested ill my lamily, and which I can couli
dently recommend to others, are: The F"ever and
Ague Pills, Fever and Ague Tunic Syrup, And
Billions Pills, Oleagionous Mixture, Cough Mix
late, Goinarid Rheumatic Liniment, and Ami Dys
peptic Mixture. D. D. Jilt lv EE.
Vandalida, 111., March SI. 1816.
TTTQl' LI) respectfully inform the public, that
V V l'e 1"" removed his Shop to Foster's Brick
iin'il.liiiir in the room formerly occupied hy J.
Work &. Co.. as a Shoe Shoi,"direclly aWe (i.
Kiiulfmaii' Drug Store, where lie will sti.l con
tinue to carry on the
in all its various branches. His work will be done
iu the neatest and most substantial manner aud
at prices to suit the times
Country Produce of ull kinds, takeu m ex
clwii-'e fur work
I.anc.nder, April 03, 13 17 tfill
T Alii O WIN G.
P. G. Sc T. C. DRINKLE.
"Ti ESPECTFLLLY inform llie citizens of Lau
J V faster and its vicinity, tlnit they have open
ed a Tailor shop, in CoiiiieU's Row. tinder the
Eaj-lo oflicc, din-clly oppusito the Post Ollice,
where they can at till times be found, ready to
e.v.-ciite niiy work that may be entrusted to them
in tli? urates! aud imtsl fashionable manner and
low fur Cash or nil kinds of Country Produce.
They respectfully solicit a fcluite of tho public
Lancaster, April HUh, 1C47.
V. IC. KAAIilA,
Attorney ut Law and Solicitor in Chancery.
"v-KH T. IN EOSTEB S BRICK BUILDING,
) in the Room recently occupied by Charles
Borland, Ei. Entrance, one uoor wen oi rs.iuii
man's Drug Store, Mam btroet, Lancaster, una
May 11, 1817.
r.slalc of Alir.iliam Wolrins
MIOTICF. is hereby jiiven, that the undersiL-i
l liiuilieeiiaiinoiuted and duly rpialihed,
AdminiMrtitor Jf ioais non id the Estate of A bua
ham Wotiuso. deceased, lale ol Fairfield Coun
ty, Ohio. ....
WILLIAM HAMILTON. A.lm. de bonii non.
Clearcrcek towiialiip, July 30, 18 17. 4wl2
for ale at. llie G.Mette nd KxpretssOliice
I cheerfully conrur in the above remarks, made
hv the Rev. D. U . McKee, with regard to Dr. E.
Y. Walton's medicines, having used the Gout and
Itlieuinauc Liniment, and halt lllieuiu and letter
Ointment, with complete success. 1 confidently
recommend them io the public,
ASA 11 A I Ij L.r.1'..
Judge of the Probate Court of Vandaliu, 111.
I have been troubled wilh llie Dysentery, which
continued off and ou about one year, and having
consulted some of the best physicians m I hilailrl
phta, New Uilc.in., ami in this city, without getting
any relief. I concluded lo try Dr. Watson's ineiii
cities for Dysentery, tec., and in a very short ti-ne
it ciued me ; and 1 now recommend it as ine oesi
remedy 1 know of lor the Bowel Complaint.
JUlilN U. lucnri uivii.i i .
Corner of Third 4: Pine si .St. Louis.
Aad four hours since, I had the Fever and Ague
very bad for nearly fix mouths, and Dr. Waisoo
ctlied tne at once, and 1 have never had it since. 1
hit re since then, sent, I should think, forty persons,
vylm have all expiesse.l llii'ir most entire aatislaction
as they too, weie cured in a very few davs. 1 do
not hesitate to recommend Dr. Watson's Fever and
.ue Pills to the public, at one of the best remedies
for Fever and Ague.. D. OOODFELLOW.
Si. Louis, Missouri.
For Sale bv J.C HENLEY, Lancaster Ohio.
Lancastei July30, ls3V 6.nl2. '
ANN WEAKLY (Widow) John IL Weakly.
Perry W. Weakly. Jamea S. Weakly. Henry
l.i-ituaker nnd Until Lis Wife. Samuel Sha-trer.
Elizabeth J. Weakly and Nelson W. Weakly, will
...lr- notice that a I'etttiou una filed against them
fl..-i'i,l of June. A. D. 1347. in the Lonrt ol
Common Pleas, Fatiheld Comity l.y omo tv
Weakly. Wherein l'ie said Otbo K. Weakly de
luanils'Partitioti of the follow ing Real F.stale, situ
uted in said County: Part of tbe North half ol Sec
tion No, I, Township No 15, Range No. Ii), und
further known by being Lot No. II), iu the Parti
lioti of said half Secliou among tlio'IIeirs of F red
erick Aruold.deceuscd, couvcyed by Leah Bright,
former Lenh Arnold and her Husband David
Bright to James S. Weakly, Juna 2. 133j, con
taining Ninety-Four Acres, more or less, and tiial
... .I...T t.;., ,.t .i.l f'.iiii-L iiiniltculiou will be
Ul HIV IIBAl i s-l tt . . ..' J . .,,
made by suid Otbo K. Wculiiy lor an o.o ...a.
rurliliou be made of said premises.
By WILLIAM SLAUl-., Jr., f"'"' 'Je
june 25, 1817. 1"7W7
7" ... n
Froal the Ilrr. Or. Buheock, formerly rrcMenr
of Wa'ervillc Cvllcgi. Maine. .
From intimate personal iicqui.intniice with Dr.
D bivne. ii regular student of the Medical Uuiver
." J. i. ..l : .... Avmo-ieiii-ed. sue-
sity ol i euiiss isniii", sun .... v,
cessl'ul prnctil'iouer of mcilicine. I was prepared
. ,,.-.-Lt tins iiiiiiRrnus testimonials in furor
of liisihllerentmediwtl piepaiiitions, tinich morel
highly thiiii tho great majority ol muse v. miliar
extensively eulogised. Ou tt inl ol them iu my
own family, and some of them personally, I have
.i... rm.liml these favorable uuticiputtotis.
rl,.. m a w hat thev nrol'ess to bo not quack
iiiediciii" but skilfully prepared antidotes ful
some of tho most afflictive of human diseases. 1
know that they are highly esteemed, ana ircouem
ly prescribed, by some of tho most resiectable ol
the regular practitioner of medicine in thia city
and elsewhere, and I do not liesitate to commend
them as a valuable addition to our mateiiu niedica.
and a safe, as well aa eminently uscfid remedy for
ihe disensed. . Bcrus Babcock, Jr., D D
Philadelphia. June 7. 1838. ; . . .
p t-L ri bv KI CK. L-ucaslerOhio.
roi ...ic-.t .n
t,.i- firs l osr J"
.mis . "
of lite tanst approved pattern.
Thev will sell all articles in
their line at very low ju ices for cash. Those de- '
siroiis of purchasing, are invited to call and extun
lue belore they purchase elsewhere.
N. B. Old Copiier and Old I ewler takeu ill ex-
change for Tiu Vare ul ull limes.
JOHN WORK & CO.
Latirasler, Aaril 9, 1347. tiin48
THE Receivers of the LANCASTER OHIO
B A N K, having contracted wilh JACOB
HBEENE, to reileetu the Notes and Bills of said
Bank remaining in circulation- the same will be
redeemed by said Oreknk, at llie Drug Store of
George Kauflinun, Main street, Lancaster, Ohio,
tu the same shall be presumed at that place.
IL H. HUNTER.
Receivers of Lancaster Ohio Bank.
Laucaster. Ohio. Feb. 3, 1347. 37
ISookscllcr nnd Stationer,
One door neit of the Hocking Valley Bank,
MAI V HTKKKT IACASrER OHIO,
KEEPS constantly on baud, a large assortment
of Medical Miscellaneous and School Books
Also Blank-hook. Stationary kc. &.c. of every
description. All of which will be sold at prices
as moderate as those of auy establishtiieiit ill
j Central Ohio
I Lancaster June 25. 1347. 1)7.
State oE Dh(o, .lFifr&'clTr Cfountj?.
Samuel F. Maccrackeu, )
. Vi CHANCERY.
Abraham L. Brubukeit S
VIE Defendant is hereby nntihcd. that
said Complainant, on the third day ot De
cember, A. D. 1816, hied m the Lierk s Ollice ol
tbe Supreme Court of Fairfield Comity, Ohio, hi
Bill of Review, to certain proceeiliiigs had in said
Court, ou the Chancery side thereof, wherein said
Brubaker was complainant, and George Slyors
uud John C. Full, and said Maccrackeu wcro re
spondents, aud decided and determined ut the
December Term of said Court, A. D. 1845. as as
pears hy a duly certified Transcript of said pro
ceediugs. attached to, and made irt of said Bill
of Review; by which said Transcript it appears
ted ! that said Court did lind the equity ol the caSo
with the said Complainant therein; that said Bru
baker, by reason of the false aud fraudulent rep.
resenliitious of llie said Myers, executed tlirco
promissory notes, payuble to Baid Myers and Fall,
each lor One Hundred Dollars, to become due,
respectively, oil the first day of January, 1342.
lHtlJand 1844, ana uateu uctooer nu, ion; iinn
tbe first of which a judgment had been obtained,
in the Court of Couunou Pleas of said Fuirfield
County, nt iu May Tonu, 1&43, iu favor of said
Myers and Fall, and against said Brubaker, lor
One Hundred uud Eight Dellars aud Forty-four
Conts, mid cost of suit; which said note whs, mi
tbe2(lU duv ol December, 1842, assigned lo llie
suid Maccrackeu; that the oilier notes were, alter
the film" of the itrigiual. Bill, endorsed to suid
Maccmckeri; wherelore, me sum supreme court
did further find that the aid Maccracken received
suid notes subject to the equities between said
Brubaker aud said Myera aud Fall, aud that the
collection of said judgiuetit aud notes should be
forever enjoined, etc.
Thopruyer of said BUI of Review is, that raid
decree be reversed, and that said .Maccrackeu be
relieved in the premises, ic.
The said cuuse will come on to be beard at (ho
ucxt Term of said Supreme Court, to be liolden
in suid County of Fairfield, on the Sixteenth day
of November next, al which time the said Bru
baker. who is now a noii-residenl of said State of
Ohio, is hereby uotified to appear, and oppose the
reversing and netting aside of the decres, if hesco
(it so to do. Dated this 5tll day of July, 1847.
BORLAND & MARTIN, Sol. for Compf'l. .
Attcst-JoEL Radkbaugh, Clerk, 8. C. F. C.
July!), 1847. pft7 6w9
State of M(o, JFatrffciaffouuti?.
COURT OF COMMON TLEAS. ,
David WildermtitU and others retii.on for tho
. j Partition of 1 9.
. ( Acres of Land in
Sec. 0, Town. 15
Eli Wildermitth and odicrs. J S?U-
j vi ; ,1a his Wile of Pickaway County. Ohio,
"d I o, ii Anu Wild-nnatl.. Minor, and Cluis
fWM"V WU... both rfFairfield Couu-t-
Ohio are hereby notified ol the filing and sb
Wt of the Partition in this case.and that an order
lor the Parliiion of said Land will be made at the
JW30 1847. . T'SV'O 612