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, tLANCASTER. Fiiduy, August 13, 1847.
CORRICTKD WCIKLT it X1NKKAD DOTT.
Wheat S5a60 Potutoe 20
Klour, $3,75'd4 Dried Apple,.. . 50
Rye, ..37$ Flax-Seed 62
Corn 2325 Clover Seed 3
Oat 14-316 White Bean
Barley 37 Feathers, 25
Com Meal, 37 J Pearlasb ei
Buter, tj Shot,.. 1 73
F.ggs 4 Lead....... ...... i
Bacon, 56 Powder, 6 25
Lard 6. Whiskey,.... . .. .18
"Tallow, 7 Chocolate, 1G
Rice 6j Pepper .....124
N.O.Sugar,. .......84 Ginger .-. 12J
Loaf do.;... 12418 Salaralus, 8
Motasse,., ....... 40 White Fish,... $9I0
Tea 4580 Pickeral, . $8 00
toffee,.... .... . 894 Cav. Tobacco,. 1433
Suit, (barrel) 1 75 Kentucky do ... 748
By Telegraph For the Zanesvitle Courier.
Baitixorr, August 9 9 o'clock P. M.
The Flour market ia 011 the advance. ' We note
galea of 700 bbla. Howard at. at $0,874 26,00.
The receipts are light.
Wheat Sales 10,000 bushels of prime Red at
' Provisions are without change.
There it uo change iu other articles usuully re
poriod. ' Nkw York, August 9 9 P.M.
Kluur Moderate sales at previous prices, in
all 3,000 bbla. . .-
Wheat Sales prime white, at 140c; other
kinds unchanged; sales 50,000 bushel.
Coi n, Sales of white, not prime, at 67e., and
of Yelluw, prime, at 71c,; sules 30,000 bushels.
Provisions No change trom last quotations,
and the murket is inactive. In Laid, the tenden
cy is upward.
: Philadelphia, August 9, 9 P.M.
The Market is generally dull and prices are
. Pittsburg, August 9 9 P. M.
The Murkcts have not varied from the last
Zanesville, August 11, 1847.
We quote Wheat at COc; Flour, nt retail, $4
$4,50; Corn 23-3)250; Oats 1720c; Huy $5;Whis.
key 20c fur rectilied. Courier.
'"' ' Buffalo, N.Y., Aug. 5.
Flour Among tho sales which have taken
place are 500 bbla of about equal quality of round
biiu flat Hoop uiiio.unsi.Jf J lormor aim J l,i 1 iui
the latter. -
Moderate sales of Mess Pork are noted at 114,-
50 15. and prime at $10. A sale of 10,000 lbs
smoked hams was made at 8a9c. and a lot of
hums in niokle brought $13 per bbl.
Flour can be shipped to Albany to-day ut 64 to
COc wheat at 17 to 18, una com ul hc-ouu.
Cincinnati, August 7, 1 oiclock, P.M.
F'lour Inaction characterises the market this
morning. Tho only sales heard of ure CO bbU
at 4,30 uud 30 bbla at 4,05. Most holders iu store
nsk 4.25 or over. i
Whiskey Thero is considerable activity in the
market this morning.' The sales are at 17c17.Jc.
Nothing doing in Provisions er Groceries.
. ' CtilLLlCOTHK, August 10
The price of Wheat ranges from 65 to 70 cents
Flour retails ut $1'&$4,25; Com 17 in ear, 20 cents.
shelled: Oats 17c; Barley 401jc; Flaxseed 62c
Beans 5062c; Lard, ti'264 cents; Bacon, llog
round, 6 cent. Gazette. . . ,
On Cast Sight's iHatl.
HOWES & CO1 S
General Tatlok was at Walnut Springs with
7,000 men. As soon as his force is increased to
10,000 men, he intends to commence bis inarch
to Ban Luis Potosi. -"-.-
In Indiana, the Whigs hare elected three Con-
gressmen certain the Locos five. Tlie9lb and
10th districts are yet iu doubt. The Senate will
be Loco, the House Whig.
From Kentucky, the news is not so favorable.
It is suid that the Locos have elected four Con
gressmen a gaiu of one.
We have good news from Tennessee. Report
gays that tho Whigs have elected their Governor,
Neil S. Brown, by over 1000 majority.
Iu Alabama, the Whig Candidate for Govern
is rutiuiug considerably ahead of his party, but no
opinions are expressed us to his chances of success.
MARRIED Ou the 18m inst. by the Rev.
m. Munhnll. Mr. JKRKMIAH M ASSK.Y to Miss
MARY ELIZABETH GRAY, both of this place
On the 10th inst. by tlie same, JAMK8
W. ST1NCHCOMB Esq. of Perry Co., to Miss
i.uu:a, ouavy oi tins piace
ALL who are fuvornblc to a more general and
thorough education of the youth of Fairfield
county are invited to meet ut the Greenfield
Academy on Friday the 20th ot August nt 1 o'
clock, ou which occasion several addresses will be
made, and incipient measures taken, to enectan
object confessedly desirable, and ol paramount
interest, to the welfare of community.
This meeting is culled at tlio request ol many
ol the citizens, oi me county.
August 13, 1847. 2wl4
Zuncsvillc &. Maytm lie Turn
HE Commissioner, under authority of tlie
Legislature "to examine fully the works, pa
pers and doings" of the Zanesvillc and Maysville
Turnpike Couipmiv, is ready to receive any com
munications, relative to matters demanding ni-
estigation, winch those interested may wish to
make. It is expected that all statements will be
properly verified by the parlies in the ense.
Letters can be forwarded to the address of the
undersigned at Lancaster, care of J. D. Martin,
Sec'y- of the Zanesville & Maysville Turnpike
Lancaster, August 13, 1847. tt'14
JUST, received nnd fur sale, 8 0 kegs Pure
White Lead and 3 barrels Liuseed Oil, by
Lancaster, Aug. 13 1847. 14 -
. NEW CHURCH
The Corner Stone of the Episcopal Church,
about to be erected in Lancaster, will, by Divine
permission, lie laid with religious services, on
Wednesday afternoon, the 18th inst: immediately
after which an address will be delivered from the
walls of the Church. A general invitation is here
by piven to the inhabitants of this Town Biid vi
cinity to assemble at the Court House at hull' past
4 o'clock, and from thenco proceed in procession
to the Church lot, where the services will take
place. Preparatory to this, there will be a ser
mon aniii-om iate to the occasion, preached iu the
Court House, oiiTnosduy night the 17th. Service
to commence at hall past 7 o clocK
Lancaster, August 1J, 1847-
The Fatal Consequence.
The bills of mortulity which we see recorded,
ond the vast number tlm' die of Consumption, and
the very many of our friends and acquaintances
who are seriously and dangerously afflicted
and must ere long pay the debt of Nature, is alone
sufficient evidence that uo time should bo lost in
getting clear of the very first evil seed of disease
us soon as possible, before it takes root and de
stroys life. Ocular demonstrations are daily visi
ble to the public, that "DR. DUNCAN'S EX
PECTORANT REMEDY" is the only sufe aud
effectual Medicine that will completely eradicato
the first svnintoms of this fatal disease.
Call at Dr. Duncan's Western Medical Office
No. 151 Sycamore St. Cin. Ohio.
For sale by Macccracken & Galbi aith. Lancaster
GP"Wo wish to call tho readers' attention to
WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY.
There is somo peculiarity about this article that
no other remedy has. It is completely master of
all Pulinoiiury Diseases, even to the most malig
nant, such as our most prominent and skillful phy
sicians ufler long treatment have given up in dis
pair as beyond the reach of medicine, and their
Bkill, are cured by this remedy. The reader may
think there is some assurance in this, and with
Rome reason too, if it was not plain mutter of fact
proved by many cases wilhiu our immediate cir
cle of acquaintance. We recommend it to the
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alllicted as tlie uesi medicine ueiure uih puuiiv.
Those who want a remedy that will surely cure
should send immediately to the store of Maecrnck
en t Gulbrailh. 2wl4.
TUBS BKA.NDKKTH PILLS.
The Rrnudreth Pills live strength for weak
ness they are liked best by those who have ta
ken the most of them. Dr. Brandretli can give
personal reference to thousands who have been
restored from a bed of sickness by their use, when
every other meons had proved entirely unavailing.
These cases are continually occurring in this city
and every part of the Union. Got Brandreth's
Pills if you ure not perfectly healthy, and they
will restore vou if medicine can do it because
they expel those humors which are the cause of
impurity 01 llie Ulouu anil ai me same iimo mo
body is strengthened by the operation of this
most excellent medicine. ' '
TESTIMONIALS from twenty-three citizens
nf Tanvtown. Wescheslor county, N. Y., con
cerning the value of BRANDRETH'S PILLS, as
. - ..... . i TM-nm-nniiyi
n cure in iili.iuu3 anu uiorr.i tii cases,
January 14, 1847,
Da. B. Bit AMTRKTHt
My Dear Sir: We lb euudersigiied.being fully
convinced of the superior quality ot your vcgeia-
ble Universal Pills over all others 8
ITUMU.Y (JROCEIIIES. i3 Bags of Kio
L Cotlee. Green and Yellow, 3 Hu-'s Black
Penpor, Y oung Hyson & Imperial Tea &c. for sale
by ' GEO. KAlr F.MAN.
Lancaster, Aug. io, lo-ir. ii
flANXEirS Olti 1 O Barrels , pud veceiv-
JL ed and lor sale by Ul'.U. KAUr r Al Ai
LaucaHor. Aug. 13, 1817. . 14
CALL at the Old Drug Store uud see a fresh
supply of Groceries, Medicines, Paints aud
Dye Stuns for sale low, by
Lancaster, August 13, 1847. 14
to Barrels best quuli-
ity for sale by FGEO. KAUFFMAN.
LuucnBler, August 13, 1817. ' 14
A Fine Tarni l'or Sale.
ONE Hundred and Tlnrty-thrco Acres ol Land
near Havensport, in F'airliuld County, well
unproved and in good condition, win ue soiu ui
private 6iile, on terms to suit purclmsers.
About Forty Acres are covered with an excel
lent growth of timber, and the balance is under
. o . .... .. i n;
cultivation. There are on it n goon uweuiuK
House and Barn, und suitable out-houses; a good
Well of Water near the Kitchen and another iu
the Burn-Yard. Any one wishing to purchase a
first rate farm will find this a rare chance. It lies
adjoining the lauds of Judge Martin and Joel Ra
illmtigh. Esn. -
For terms and other particulars apply to the
owuers Henry O. and John Manna on the premi
ses, or to the undersigned m Lancaster.
at. a. uAui.irir.ivii.
Lancaster, August 13, 1847. .14
j. c. iiowes, aoknt.
Embracing a TREBLE COMPANY, and iy
Jar the large it Company ever organ ized,
Consisting of 200 Men and Horses.
Will b exhibited at Lancaster, Friday. Af
ternoon and Evening, September 3,
commencing at 3 and 7 o'clock.
ADMITTANCE TO BOX 25 CENTS!
riHE Company will make llieir grand procesfion
I through llie principal Hreeti ai 1 1 o'clock in
die morning, headed by the great mspiinrent
drawn by Twentv beautiful cream colored horses,
and diiveii ill hand by the ccl-hrnltd Mark John
bom. The exterior is liieially covered willi cold.
the interior is lined throughout with the richest trim
son velvet, and of suflicieiil capacity to teal iliiily
This vehicle is 3? feel in length, 18 feet in heijjlnb,
and its weight 10,000 pODiidt; mid is altogether to
perior to the one used D)' Mr. Van A mburrli, or
any other that has ever been seen in the United
Statos, and cost the propiietors six thousand dollars!
THE TOM THUMB COACH,
only 37 inches in heighih, and in weight about 100
pounds: his diminutive carriage forms a novel sight
of itfclf, and when compared with the ponderous
Band (..arriage, die contrast it wounemil and pleas
ing, being drawn by two diminutive ponies, only 36
inches in height, accompanied by Footmen, Ouln
ders, Kc . I Ins is followed by the
Locomotive Gas Carriage,
on which is filled up a furnace and Gasometer
Pipes, and oilier apparatus (el an enormous ex
penfe) fur lignting- lliin extensive Maolibhinenl,
which will he lighted mora biilliaut than mid sum
mer sun, by the best of Gas, flowing from two hun
dred burner. I hi novel tight can only be seen at
Howes fi Co's Uuii'-d States Circus. A Tier -vliich
comes a train of thirty carriages, coiilaiuiug Perform
er's V an'robes. Sic.
An engagement has been made by the season with
Mr. W. H . KE.VI P, the ce'ebra'.H Clown from
Aslilat Amphitheatre, Drury Lane, and other tlic
aires in London, who from his uncpiest'inn-able tw
rioriiy has won for himself llie' enviable sobriquet ol
The Moiikhn Grimai.iii. He was twice called to
appear nt VViiidlor Castle, by social command of
Quern Victoria, and was granted an nurtirnco ol
Royally, an honor to which few public performers
could ever aspire. Her Majesty and Prince Allien
were also visiters to Ashley's Koval Amphiineatre,
ou the first pioduciion of the I'aniomina of Harle
nuin's rrolics.nr Mmakes of a IMig"', wlucli heauti
ful entertainment will oe given with an oiiginai ei
feels, at every evening performance of the company
His astonishing performance on a revolving barrel at
full speed, and accomplishing the most novel feats
wilh amniiug Velocity propelling himself solely
Willi his feet.
Mr.W.O. DALR, first principal Equestrian and
Vaulier of the couniry, having thrown the greatest
number of somersets (R7) ever accmnplMied by any
per former in llie world- His Still Vaulting while in
Eneland. in Baltv's company, made a great sensa
lion, no performer on that side ol the Atlantic ever
having accomplished over OU or bu someise'.s,
M r. T. Alcr A ULAN U, the only rival in vaulting
of Mr. Dale, and the hero of "9 somersets, tvhicli
lie holds a gold medal. Hie audience wui nave an
onnortuniiv of seeing two of the greniest Vauliers in
the world, actually contesting tne chanipiunship of
R. W. CARROL, the Great Vaulter uiul two
horse rider, who accomplishes several somersets
over cauvass and other objects, ou his Horse while
at full speed, and concludes by carrying master
Carrol m astnndins positiouon Ins Head.
Mr. G. W. SKRGEANT, in his Bhakcspcnan
Master V. NIXON, the greatest rider ofhisnge
in the world.
Mr. NIXON and his two wonderful children
wlinw fi.ni nf Pnstnriiiir nstiinish everv beholder
SIGNOR P1RES, the renowned Indian Rubber
C. O. I10WF.3, the astnuishiiig Rope Vaulter.
BOB WILLIAMS, the Clown, with his do:
E5f"BROVN, the great Tamborinost. who chat-
Cheat and Grow Itlch.
rTRHfS has been tire gneret principle of loo Bitn7 uf the
at wliolvsule dealtrf in Tw uplo inMtlme.srutlhey hv
practiced tl moMshnmeful ImixoiiWn on tM'.oawry Mer
chtni wiihoolinf let, ordeiorilon dm anew era la Un
Tea Trade has come and (he I-EKIN TKA COMPANY
i-ltlDit Hit hur.cr orhsintrodiKilon. Tnty wore the ' to
rain llie banner of Reform, on which lliey have Inacribed
tlraairnrrle wrrf)"yvrf y-faf corf koiill print." A corti
pl'te rvvolutinn lias been t lie consequence. Let consumers
Of Tea every wliart look gt wngi we imve done.
1st. We were llie first lo semi Ihem Teas ti.u used to !
eolld loo ood for Ihem beforr..
trl. We have driven out of the marhei s vaM amount of
ireah, and introduced lietuir elnaa nf Te.-. rbtn ha. yei
ever been told; Importers of Ten oflea comeiomioiw
for llitir own use, and for llieir friends, fine qualine lliey
can find nowhere else.
3d. We have reduced pricea more than 25 r:r rent. .both
in Black and Green Teas. The wlioleiale grocere tay wo
are rulnlni the trade and call ne hurnliuti. This we have
dune already, and now eue what we are ready in do.
1st. We will sell Tea by Uhi amide cbeil, halfclieat, or
A lb box. nl the name prices that wliolcale grocers iKiy to
llie huporlera when they laiy by .he hundred package.
2d. Tlie wholer.ale Kmcore allow only 13orsie.ost H
ll tare to Hie half chest. Thia laschenl. We will al
low, in most lnaiaiH-.es, 13 and 10 IU Ure on llie tame.
3d. We hereby undertake lo tell every kind of Tea
from U la tutlo unit ptr pound chtaptr thao Ihe whole
aale trocera do. -
How can wti do this aaka the country merclisnl
Tina is our answer. We are conieut with seven per
cent, profit hulcad of 35 and SO per cent a It wholesale
IVe deserve Ihe thanks of the country merchants for sa
ving them hereafter from beinf cheated. Let ihem come
to ihe Warehouse of the PF.KIN TKCO, and compare
samples of Tea they got elaew here: and if they buy bad
I oos then, at high nricea. It la llicir own faun
An English 1niKirter lately iK.asied to ua that he could
make more money by sending had Teas lo the New York
niurkut ihuu nn B'Md Teoa. We nre msolved lo overthrow
this fraud, anil now call upon agents in every town of the
united Hiaice to come rnrword anc boy ini- I ens imporieii
by the HEKIN TEA CO.; ond we pu-dje ourtclvwi, that if
iu six morilha Ihev do not aril more Tea than Itic o)d?&t
and largr-ai th alort in the town, we will give them our Tea
llhoul charge. Tnleiaplain Kneh.h and c annot ne mis.
uuderftood. We appeal for testimony to the immense euc
ceaa of our A gents In any part of the Coiled tnict.
ftOTAgen't wanted In every town in ine bui'ea mates
for the sale of these Tens, by whlrh they ran mase money,
and confer i benefit upon llie Public by supplying llie pure
CATALOGUE OF TEAS
OH SA.LK AT Till WAREHOUSE OS- THE
PEKIN TEA COMPANY,
lit and 77 Fulton St., X. V.
Tlie TtM mmiione. in lli'm CtU:(!(;iiP art; donr up in
(jimricr pnnnd, half pound, niirl one pound (jflcka Uie
hrrft.oriimiile wrnpp;r ( lead, Ihe $ecum wr)ipr i wnlrr
proof pnifr, mid tin; third or nutnidtt wntppcr in of Chtnpue
rh:e ptiMr. J Uo. (;otnpany K'll none hutcxwl I fan. don
. Cone, Rice, Mo'.aaser, Cuocoiaie, TeM, Sa
ttr. Now Orleans, Havana, &c. All of the vary
finest quality, constantly on band, and for tale by
Bt;RY 4t CECK.
Lncaj)ir, Ju'y J, 1617. . a
-SriM.ULIi A: I I.MiHO.Xt,
. SHOP In Shs-fler'a Building, one door East of
the 1 alluuKlge Mouse.
Ltncastcr, June 11, 1B47. i
JOHN D. MARTIN,
War in I he tinted smipr.
tT ia n axio'e among a'l eiviliierf nations it ai
it teller lo be rnjt"! tn'hono'ati:e war man
submit to dishonorable (i-ace. Adopting thia piin
Clple, l)i . .Waiton, an old anj ikiillnl Physician
(mortesty wrjnw ang-,et trie propnuy of lea-, im the
word s'.ilful for oilier to ;irnnonn'., let I nngln
be thought egoirttii al ; but il is no lime for modesiv j ae-Tri
in lh'i ilajs of DaK inipinitir.il, ween ignorance i " ' s-'liTIl.
and tr.ieiwe are permitted lo' whiH tiami in banJ.) '
who w-ete'lin sled in the easl, where he prai.in e-1 ijirjM X IX
hit profeuion a number of years; and 4miii( ihe
laal itiiie or leu vera has been engaged in hii ex
leuaive praciire in S'. I.ouswbcie be h4 Treateit
Diaeate lui ce-ifully in almost nil its varierl ar.d
complicated forma, until ill-healiii and a shaileied
eontiiiiiiioii obliged him to dtclnie ihe praciice of
his ptofestion I has ihereioie rje'ermin'd lo le-c r
war with Plent Mrrjrcines and Quack Nostruni
Makers with vhv.t base and fte pietcrisioht to
cure all tne i Isauri ails, piiil anri arlier- that fl-li
is heit -oo, wilh it 'ii jle boa of PW$ or a bottle nf
Compound Sump. Tiuly ihere ure out iwo i larw
K ii society, and ihey are llie llanx'Alg'.i aw1 tne
Humbug ?erj . It is past'nigly tiri.ge ihe peoiile
R. V. EFFINOER
Atiorneis and Counsellors at Law.
OFFICE-In Foster's Brick Buildiiig.
Lin'.aater.Ohio, Juiib J1.1S47, I
I1- ' J -J-UJl'.li taaiasjijai u i .
THE JUAIL nvaUOiAL UIO.
13 puslithed In th Clt ol Waihlngtor., trtry
day, at 3 o'clock, t. M. Sunday exctpm
and served le tuiuenbertio th tHJ, at lha Navy
Yard, in tieorgetown, in Alexandria, and ia Balti.
mora, Itia same e.ening atCiceotsa week, aa
b e io ihe Sola Anu lor the ik'big,0. L. Cllii hrtll,
Esq., m hit order. It it also nulled to any pari of
ibe Untied States for 4 per annum, f $'i fol tut
months, payable in advance,
Adverii-emenn ot ten lines or less Inseritd on
time (or Ol) ceni. in Umefor75rent, three timet
for SI. o wvs- fur $1 75, iwu w.-ek for 1 75,
one momh f4, twmuniht $7, liner aiohiria
six moiulis 16, out year $W pajablg alwejt in
Tire Natiov!. Vhio is what its name Indiitlet.
.1 speak" Hi sentiments of the Wh g party af lha
Union on every rjiiefitrn cf pub ic policy. Iiad-vrrf-aies
the eletimn in tha Freti'ltncy of Z.iUiaiy
raylor,--urijei I IO llie dri..on of a Whig National
F TA VE raimived thejir Shoo into the store mom
r .. - . i
M. f, lorineny ocvupicti oy Aiw-RTn & Wil-; Cm.ve.nio,. It mnkrrwar io the knife upon all
mrv iifl...,. thnv nd Ka f ..i...l .. .A.. ...11 , p
iugto execute work in the neareit aud most fa-h-ioiirible
muunr, anj upon tha -.holiest notice.
Lancaster, July IC. 1347. 10
I M.ile ol' I'hilij IliilierT-
"XTOT1CE ia hereby criven, tliut the unJersiineu
X. 1 b's been ilu'y qualified, as Admiiiistrulor oi i tir.rul Whig will be rlrvrued to the publications up
the bsrate oi ruir.ip iti'rHR. iiacciLieu. mie oi
! AmuuJa Tjvtiiiup, Faii'ficid County, Ohio.
1 me mriuiiM iiarl arrc f,f n A rim ml at ra I irirv lirmtk.
i-n lo be averse to the uiticsi j of the fo nitry, tod
xpo'M wiihn.it feur or favor ihe l orrupiimit of the
put), in power, lit columns ait ojien io avery man
nt Uie country, foi the o.scuision of political or any
other ti iestiong .
in anninori to ;miii,cs a large spare m the iaa.
have not lour tince become iired ami i'i.-;i."eil wuh
this bate inipo.iiiO'1. and like Iton.e f.'O veai .e
fore ili rhri'iian eia, in ihe nayt of Art. -ghr"
banl'hrd thete imprisiiiunt fioo the c-iur';y ami
prohibit the practice smoug them, i Here is no
person of common tejre b-t knows it he vioii'd
bul retlrct that remeihet cannot be so combined a
lo be competent lo cure ten thousand fnrms of rlis.
ease by one combination ; il it basely false, nud all
who pretend to cure so Urge a number of rlien?e as
vou often see advertiied are either ignoramuses and
know n'uhing of ihe humsn system, the naiure of
!i.rar or the effect of lemerliet up'in the system or
ihey ore bae iiuposies, anrt in eiihr-r ca-'e aie un
worl.iy of your roufileure. "U'e are womlrrrullv
and iraifully marie." Inerefrne lei no peiton whn
is ignorant nf the beautiful, delicate and complica
ted struclure presume lo tamper initi thus rietrrty
the iisrrulnesi of that heauiiful and wonderful ays-
tin that fJorl has placed here fur iisrTuluei and in
J. M. HUBKR,
... Ol) 50
nnu nnvn I
llieill p-rrKt'U ill one cnesi. I llit-e ieiinnii.ii c.nur III live
pouiiil Chinese pai-kages, called giialioons, u very conven
ient, fanciful and pnriat.lc thoie.
Persoiw frreiiliug in any mrt of the t'nlied ?iaies nr
rnuaila, can order any nf ihe Teas in the Uoialojue, by let
ter. in quantities to sinl their wishes. We pack thcui iu
Chinese boxes anu deliver them to the Forwarding Mer
chant free from charge for parking or cartage. The mon
ey should always acroinpntiy the order.
YOUNG HYSON, gooil
Do uo sweet cartgu
Do iln , ill) lo fuior
Do do ' fine cargo
Dn . tlo extra tine
' Do do Silvnr Leaf
Silver Leaf Seldom sold even by Inrpe dealers,
beciuiso (il'lhe very small irufils inudu mi its
- sale. This is a very BU)rrior Ten
Do do Gulden Chop Planta-
- j tirin or (iaidiMi growth 1 50
Oolite Chop Til's is the finest rirei-n Tea eiiltivntril in
llnina, 11 Is or llie hist pu-Ring. nun excels au ouu r
lirecn li-at fur lladelb m y of flavor, slreiiillh ond arnina,
Heremfure this lea has never rear bed this country, ex
cept in small InU, n presents to liupnrters, .
HYSON, vnrv fine
Dn Planliilioli "1'owtli
Do small leaf, iilutitatiuu growth
I MIT. III. L. L'nod
Du brisk nud fraiirunt
Do curious leaf, very superior...
HYSON SKIN, good lino flavor
Do do extra lino
up in Oils superior manner, all of them trown In the must jelnrify Him foi he who does not slumber nor sleep
'T' ""'".ill ancouui-blo a, Hi. (J.u ii
moy 'i . Hill in r nil ill" in 1 1 11 linil-ie, Kll
the purpose nf gratifying their sordid avarice.
Or: Waiwin believing, thai his knowledge of Hi
ease ami long ejtoerience in the Treatment of ihe
various form of Pi'ea.e, has uimiihrii h,in with d
kuowlerlge of Remedies tliat woulrl he almost in
vahial.le to the t,irk and anlieterl, has determine 1
to piciaie tliese lemerlici and sen-t theui to people,
and all lie atts is a tliil ol them, and if like the
worthier nii'tnnns of the day, the money will be
The Dr. lias published a little iiuiiplilct railed
llie Family ('uide to llr-alih, in which he lia.'siven
briefly Ihe symptoms and Tieatinenl of s-une fmiy
Dmeases. Tliese pampliletr can ne obtained tree
of charje by calling on any of the njeiits.
Cnlalosrne nf HTcdlcliiea.
Tunic IV'ver and Ague Liniment for H'uses
I'll!, warranted locuie; Ihey have ever used ; j
"Fever and A"iie Si run, Pills and Ointment fur
wairaiurd torine; , I'llcs ;
Fevei and Aue cyrup Sal i Hhrum and Tiller
fur Clnthlren ; Ointment fjr di-ea.-s of
Ami-Hillmiis IM's, lie- Ibe Skni :
patic Fills fur Diseases I IVaiiious lixtuie fur
uf trie Liver; liluo.ly flux, Djsenle-
Aiili Spliniluus fills fur iv, Colic tc:
Aijue cake, fcc. ; Oleaginous Mixiuie fur
Anli'Dyspepiic MiXtuie Duoel Complaint of
lor O) spepfia, Sic ; t.'bil.lien ;
Fi'inale Pi lis. and Female Ami Fever Pills and An-
iMixtures, li Fever Drops;
Cough Mixture sfor Tonic Aromatic Bitters,
Cough-, Colds and (.'on- fur Weakness, Loss of
ftiiniiiinti Appetite A:c. ;
Uheiinintic Pills fur Rheu Verinilme lor Worms;
matisui: l-'.ye Water;
Rlieiimalir lminient for Croup Syrup;
II Ii e il m Stic Sprains, Infant ('oidia! foi Chol
bruises, biiiiis,'.'ld sores, ir, 4c. ;
Ipains iu tiie bark and Medical Strengthening
limbs, ic. tnge dri- Plaster,
vers say it is the best See Medical Pamphlet.
A letter of Reroinineiidaiioii fioin Professor Will
iam Tui.i.v, of Yale College, Conn., and Prof
Ja.mfs II. Arusbv, hue Prof, of Anatomy and
Physiology, III the Albany Medical College,
The subsciihers have known E. Y. Watson. M.
for several years, and they are lieppy to be
TT 70L"L'J respectfuliy iulonn the jjublic, that
he his removed his Slnp to Foster's Brick
Bnil'iiii, in the rouui formerly occupied by J.
Work & Co.. as a Sjlioe Shop, directly obove G.
Kuufl"iii,i:rs Dru? S lure, -.v here be will still con
tinue to cjrrv on the
11 all its various bntucUes. II ii vv.jtk will be done
u til-: neater-t mid most substtntial rnjiiuer and
al prices lo suit the time
Country fmuiice ol oil hums, tiKoii in ex-
chaii2 lor work
Laucuver, April 23, 181" " 'u
P. Q. & T. C. DEIKKLE.
LSrT.CTl I. LLY iiil inn the ciliciis nf Lau-
ta'-ter aud its vi iuilv. ihutlhey liaveopoti-
ed a Tailor shun, in Cuiinell's Row. uuder the
I Ka-'lc otfice, directly oppo-ite the Piut OS
mi Agriculture, Mechanic, an(i other useful Kris.
Silence in geneml, Laiv, MeHicine, Statistics, m.
A weekly ),tl oi the Patents iseued by lha Patent
Oftice will likewise be published tha whole for
miig a complete family newspaper.
The Weekly itional Whig.
One of llie largest newspaoeri in the 1'iiiied Slate.,
is made up ftom llie columns uf the Daily Nation
al Whig, and is published every Saturday for tha
low price of ,f i per annum, payable in advance.
A double sheet of eight pajes will be given whenev
er li e press of matter shall justify il.
The memoir, of General Taylor. Writiep exprttt"
Iv foi ihe National Whig, art in course ofpublica-li'-n.
They commenced with the second number.
lare number of copies of which have been prin
ted m supply calls for hark numbers
CHAS. W. FENTOtf.
Proprietor of National Whir,
Waiiiiicion, July 1G -Cm 10 J., ft eX- daily If
William Lee, Ad.nii.i.tn.. v JN FAlRFIElD
fur of rtiotriaa Lee, dec. I ,
- , , ,, COMMON PLEAS.
Elizabeth Lee anil others.)
)Y vnlue ol an older of sale to ins directed by
) the Coatt aljresid, at iu May Term, 1S47,
Lunca-r, April 16l!i, V.
1 v 4 J.
finrsfi-ltM !' Wriit litli-s I -.1
, 1 fi 1 1 1 1 1 win un
win-re mey cau at an u.nt-s na lonuu. reauy to s.lu,day ti,e 3ist ij ot Aon.t tteit,
ex-cnie any work that may Ler.it. listed tr, theui n,.(w,A Cum, lh)M (j,10,. ; Unca9teri otfuf
in UK .K-ale-t and must asliii.i.able manr.ei aud , uWic ,ale ,nft f,lowi ,raC, ol Ltuld ituaW
lew lur Lali or oil ktiitls of Comitrv I rorlare. in Sui(j CoilnWi kllowl, 0, Lot No. 34 in dle Norl)l
lliey resprcuuiiy soucii a euaieoi me puuiit: , olld East half of Stirm No. 20, Township No. 10.
rii!i;;e 20. coiitaiulii; 10U Acres, belli" tiw same
Lands conveyed by Thumas Hol'.enback and wile,
' August 25, 1313, to the said Thomas Lee.deceus
! ed. Said Luiidsiire however tn brscild subject to
I the Dower Kstale therein to Serali Leo, widow,
1 o iiii"iied tn her at sai l M-iy Tei m, and upon the
terms tullowi.ig. to-wit: Oiie-tlurd m lianu one-
Lu.lai.d. Ksq. Lntrjtii e.one door west uf Kautf i tl)ir1 ' ''e ""u 'e rcsiuue iu two years, wim
man's Urns Stnrr, Main Street. Luncaattr, Uliio. ! mterest on the defei ierl payinuuts Irom the dny
M .v Ii ia ir III "t ale
I ;i to ol AlsVali :i m V o I r i n u
OTHT ieherirby ive-.i. that llie un l'Tr-i-'iicd
h)5 lii-eii uiipriiiited an. I dulv rualilied, ns
Adinitiiatrutor dt buni turn of the r.itutnif Abka
Hi Wotiiixu. dec-ca-'.-d late ul 1 airfield t uiiu
" WILLIAM HAMILTON. Adrn. rfe ban,, vnrt.
Clemcreck luwiihip. July 30, ldl7. 4wiJ
w. ic. iJ.w.ii.v,
Attorney at Law anJ Sulicitor ia Chancrry.
rl-FK F. IN FOSTi:R-S EEICK EVII.DIN'.l.
V 7 iii the Huoin recently occupied by Charles j
Valuable Ileal Estate lor sale
RY virliiB of nu order froin (he Court of Com
ment 1Ioh fin- Fniilinld Cnilntv. Ohio. I will
r nt rublic nulc, mine ioiirt iiouse tioor ,111 ieuge lite icoria to produce ni eipuu, nun -
lierol otliers, wlio suitiU nl llie Head oi weir pro
fession. For n full description of porfuriniuice, sec lulls
nnd pamphlets nt the principal Hotels.
August 13, 1817. M
the Town of Luncuslor.in suid Fairfield County ,ui
Saturday Ihe 18th dny of September, 1847,
between the hours of 12 o'clock M, and four o'
clock P.M. of suid day, the following described
Beul F.stnte, belonging to tho Estate nf tlie lute
General IUvin Ueks, decetised, viz: 100 Acres
of Lund oil' the West side of a 1'urm belonging to
.und deceased in Greenfield Township .1 miles
North from Lnncnster, iu Section No. 24. Town
ship No. 15. Uungc No. 19: Also, 114 Acres West
pin t of the Nortliyii6t Quarter of Section No. 18,
Township No. 14. Knuge No. 18, kuown as the old
Home Farm of snid deceased Also, In-Lol No. 7,
in tho 12th Sqtttire of tho Town ol'Limcnsler, nnd
being the residence ot said deceimcit, at tlie tune
ofhisdenthi Also, pint nl'In-LntNo ll.in the 8lli
Sipiiiro ol suid Tnwu, known ns tlio "Cccere
Store." on Mtiiu Street. The Town property will
bo sold subject to the widow's dower, as now
luid off. The Linida will bo sold clear and free
ofdowor. - ' '
The uliove described property is well improved
and worth tha ultentioii oi purclmsers. Terms
ol'Sule Ono-third part in hand, nnd tho residue
ill two equul uniiiiiil payments, with interest trom
the dHy of sale. JOHN A. COLLINS, Adm'tor
Willi tne w in nnnoxca.
August 13. 1847. . 5wl4 pl'$3,75
Estate of Daniel Sloisol.
IVT OTICK is hereliv eiven. that llie undersined
JLI has been nppointed und duly qualified, as
Administrator tie bomt non 01 uie i-.stiite in n iu.
i.iam Hoisel, deceused, lute of Fuirficld County.
WILLIAM HAMILTON,. Adm.de bonu non.
Cleurcreek township, July 30, 1817. 4wl2
Eiatale of Jacob Kneppcr.
TVTOTICF. is horebv eivcil. that the utidersiened
ll bns been nnnoi'nted nnd dulv qimlified us
l'.TMintnra nf the) Estate of Jxcon KsKPrEn, de
ceased, lute of Liberty Township, Fairfield Conn
. . . . ni.i-ur ivrlHirn
ty, uino. ,,'" r' Ex'tors.
July 30, 1847. .
as a Cathartic
Medicine, which oninion is founded on our own
personal experience having used them for years
as a tumiiy medicine, we mereiore iukb picas
ure in thus recommendins them as specially ex
cellent in preventing and carina those billious
difficulties to which almost every individual is at
certain periods of the year, more or lees subject.
In all dyspeptic cuses in which we hnvo seen
thein used, they have efiected a cure. The nielli-
od of using them wits to take one or two every
nigllt Wllell going ro uuu. iv nuuer iiini. ia uya
nnniio. nnd billows this advice, will be sure of
cure, so wo boliove, as we havo never known
them to fail. Nothing oni me weuuro oi our iei
low beings Uns induced us to write this: you will
therefore confer a particular favor upon us by
lmving it published 1 1
b' . (Signed,)
Jacob Odell. P. M. Chas. H. Underbill, D. M.
Kent, Willet Carpenter, John F. Child, W. F. Van
Wart, Klias Mann, B. A. Clupp, George Mills,
Henry B. Todd, John Dewere, Elija Weldav,
Steuben Swnrtwout, Wm. D. Ward, E. L. Hull,
Joseph II. Vail John Leonard, Thos. Dcnn, M.
I). Mailing, Cornelius Dossc, John L. Weeks, W.
A. Weldey.JumesS. See.-
Tho BRANDRETH'S PILLS are sold fur 25
cUper box, at Dr. B. Bnindrcth's l'riucipul Office,
Oil RrnndwnV NeW York.
iVr Bewaieof Ooiiiilcrleits!!! Tha following
aiethe only aulhorined Agents for the sale of the
genuine Brandretli Pills its fairfield county
ft i.-tVMitMn Son & Bfck. Lancaster. Joseph Clem
ent. Rouoion, Pel" Weiser, Grffn Castle, Israel
Oregg, Lythopolisyi. B. Evans, IPiacftciier Peter
Shaver. Oakland. J. II. Sundermaa Amanda. It.
, Beery, Sugar Grove, Aihhaiie,h & Beery, Brentm,
r-i.i. t:. Wilson 4 Co.. Ruthville. Jesse Leohner
n,.i fl,.,hle. F. Brack. Carroll. N. J. Bowen,
Pttentieion, Cox & Head, Baltimore,. Philip
Hain.Pi'cnJontm'lie, I. B. & C. I'adden, Sam,
Jocob Ketner, Millersport. ' , -Lancaster
August 7, 1847. ' Iml3
Iii Fairfield 0111111011 ricas.
PETITION FOR PARTITION.
.Limes M. Iltibcr.
George Arnold and Mary A. his wife, lute Mary
.A. Htiber, Horace Huber, June A, Huber, Mil
lison M. Huber, Surah C. Huber, Harriet C.
Huber and Ruins Huber minor children of Phil
ip Huber, deceused, tho hoirs-at-luw and Ruth
Huber, Widow ol'Philip Huber, deceused.
THE Defendants are hereby notified that the
Petitioner bus this dny filed his Petition for
rui tition iu the Clerk's Oltice of the Court afore
said, therein demanding that partition be made
subject to assignment ol Dower to tlio Wulow.be
tweeu the rotitioner anil the Defendants (except
as to the snid Horace who ia charged to have been
advanced in full by the intestate iu his life time) of
the followiug parcels of Laud, to-wit: a part of
Section No. 5, Township No. 13, Range No. 20,
containing 150 50-100 Acres, Inking theretrom a
parcel of about 4 50-100 Acres, conveyed by the
intestate to John Huber. Also, tho Southwest
Quarter ol Section No. 22, in Township No. 1,
South of Range No. 12, in the district of Lands
subject to sale at Bucyrus, containing 160 Acres.
il.. ,i . r o T . n i
aisu, me duuuiwvui veuttrinr ui oeciiuu nu. i,
Tn..fn.Ktn M, 1 ffirtnthX in M IO n.
.uiuaiii .w. wu... ,hiqv I., .vil
laining 160 Acres more nrless, and the Southwest
Uuartur ot section no. is, in lownslup ino. 1,
(South) of Range No. 10, containing 160 Acres of
Land mora or less.
The Defendants will therefore take notice, that
such orders wil! be had at snid Court at its next
Term, to bo holden on the 27th September next.
as are prnyed lor in the said retition.
1 - .,.,mrn e- - t r i -rtf-v
rlunicib 06 uaa.iuni i,
Attorney! for Demandant,
August 10, 1847. '6wl4 pi 5,25
Estate of Parish Hall.
NOTICE is hereby given, thut tho undersigned
has been appointed and duly qualified us Ad
ministrator of the Estate of Parish Ham., deceus
ed, luto of Rushcreek Township, Fairfield County,
Ohio. JOEL B. ALLTON, Adm'tor.
July 30, 1347. .
GREAT WESTERN 0C5 MORE!
1VIACORACKEN & GALBRAITII
HAVE THIS DAT COMHKKCED BXCIIVINO THE
-' WITHIN NINETY-FIVE DAYS.
G3 22 7 CD CD II S3 2D .
IS THE AMOUNT OF THIS PURCHASE
Lancaster, July 2, 1847.
w puro White i-eau.
A Greater quantity than ever to be had at
GATES & COSPER'S
June lb, 11. - .
Kecs of fresh
Fittsbureh ond Cin
cinnati brands, inst received and lor salo by
rJUni QC DLL IV.
Lancaster, July 9, 1847. . . . .9
7t AX-SEEO OIL-300 Gallons of
1 clear Flax-Seed Oil, just received and for sale
by - . - - BURY & BfcCK.
Lancaster, July 9, 1847. ' ; 9
. To Parents,
n,. l.ivue'a Cnnninitive Bulsara is a certain and
sneedv cure for Diui rhce, D)sentery,Cholera Mor-
.' n' 1..:.... ...ill, ,.V,;i,lin nnd nil
uus.oummer cuiupiuinw " v....
derangements of the stomach or bowels, caused
by imprudenco or error in diet. It has effected
in tha wm-at rases of these complaints even
where hope had almost fled snatched a tender
infant from an early grae, nnd called forth the
prrlnmutinii "it haa aaved the child." The Pro-.
prictor of this medicine begs leave to state It is
.nninitiinv urhlK Via hna nand extensivelv in Pri
vate practice for a number of years, and believes
that lie has saved inanv lives by iti timely use.
I Every person afflicted with these complaints, are
invited to try one oouie oi n, wnicn wbitbiuou
. i:Jr v ki... Ill Air.
to give rouei. i auj(uwip uiuiouiuij) . ,..-
tions ana cenincotee m cm ob awuuniauj viii.il
'prepared only at No. 8 South Third street, Phila
r or sale py u v ti i uDr.ua i.aiicditi.01, wm.
Lancaster,' August 6, 1847. 3wl3
POUC1IONG, good, full flavor....
Do very superior
Do extra hno
OOLONG, stroll". Ilnvor linn....
Oolong This Tea is a great tavonto and gives
Do very fine 00 C3
Du ' in one pound nnd half pound
cntlvs. exlrn fine 00 75
NE THIS ULTRA 1 50
AV Plus Vltra Tills Tea is na I muran! as a n03esay, tl
vielilsa perfume thai is trnlv ne'iijiiiiui, n is nignruen
growth, anri superior to any thing of tlio Mini ever sold
ENGLISH BREAKFAST TEA, fine... 00 .'.0
Do do do extra fine 00
HOWQUA'S MIXTURE, a strong and
rich black Tea. Pekoe Ilnvor 00 75
CONGO, good 00 374
Dn very line 00 50
PEKOE FLOWERS, good 00 C7J
)o do garden growth... 1 50
Beside tlienhnvo we expect daily from China
several splendid chops ol 1 eu, exelunvrly impor
ted by the PEK1N TEA CO., and which we in
tend lo copyright to prevent trickery. Let our
tigents get ocady.
Heretofore It lias liven very ililVrult iniiic-rl InipnssPilc
10 always ohtnin cjoocl aiccn anil black lens. Rill now yon
have only 10 visit the ware-rooms 01 uie ream n-a 1 nni
pany, 75 aad " Fallon sireni. 10 obtain as liclicions nud
frniirunt lens as you cnulil wish for. Hailf Sua.
We have tricrl Ihe 1 eas unptiri'-n ny 1111; 1 nnin 1 enc urn-
pauy.iJ anil .7 ruiron SI. r.ew 1 um, linu inn- "I"; n in
Iry lliein nni-tl. Tln-v are st-llinS lilt! luusl ilclicious tens
we ever drank, and retail ilio.n al wholesale prices. Koc
Hi'ie Po.n. t , ,
The thirst spec linens nf croon nnil nim-K ro.is ever sum 111
lli!. i iiiinlrv.nre iinnorli-d hv the IVIllii I en I. ompauy, ii
a- 77 Pnlion slrec-t. rhose who w nnl unnn leas al ri-asun-
ahlc prices, can always ji l tln-iu Ihere Iritmut.
a vVnmiTi. !' Diusitans. The Pekin Tea Company
73 77 Pulton si have luiiort.'il inio tins marcel some
five hiiiinren thou.aii'l dollars worm 111 me miesi pnnii-i" 111
(ireen anil lllai k Ten,s;roivii in the Olcstinl Kinpirc, done
up in all Ihe various I'niirv ;; knscs thill (Miinr- niceiiiiily
can invent. It Is a privilujn lo huy lens III this cent H
talilishiiienl. and a huurv and a comfort to drink Ihem.
They sell eood tens only, and retail mem ai wuoioeaie pri
ces. Cniiiilry merrhanw who w ish 10 alwayssi-ll eond ruin
can nlxayr olnnin them at this place, on reasonalile terms.
Vein York Courier "nit Enquirer.
7'he l'ekin 71-a Company. '. j St 77 Pillion slrett, are per
formlnun jieal and cmi work.unrl will in a lew years, be
vond all douhl drive all the poor leas which havn delucr-d
ihia country, and defrauded consumers of the nriirle.ont
nf Uie market. They import none hut pure ami fragrant
teas, and n-inll them hy tho simile pound at wholesale pri
ces families ure always sure of obtaining cnod tens at
this grant warehouse, In quaniliies 10 sail their enliven
lenco, and al Ihe S.H110 pri-e llml the merchant pays who
hnvs 10 sell n:aln.-J'ii'. Tc-je ."tun-
n. ni .rit 7V rhe rck 11 7 aJ Company
75 77 Pillion slieet, sells n delicious Ooinns len at 50
m,n,i ('nimmmrs nfivtt. who have wen pay-
Iii!! six shllliniis per pound for this article are requester! to
compare It w nil llie auuve, nun jiiue iur ui-:iiin-..cs
Is Ihe Iwst. 11 you enn nuy 11 mun ic . i-.-.i .......
per pound Ihnn ymi hnvo heeu p tiinir nl six shillini-'S, vou
willbenliliced lo us for this nnlii o. Try the 1 oung Hy
son, sold at Ihia jrent lea Establishment at 75 cents. It i"
heller than anvililnu ot ine Kinn wo nave ever nuugm
elsewhere atone riollnr. Craocit Mrtrtiier.
Ifanyofoiirread.irs desire to have gnml tea, Ihey can
obtain II of the l'ekin 7tai Company, 75 S; 77 Fullon street
Mercury. ... , .
-n Tm PoMrirv. Wo very cheerfully rnll
.i ...!.. rtCnii Inuer. of nure and frn7raut Icoa, hmh
in lown and country, ii, me areai wa
Company, dur lone acquaintance with the Pioprlelnre
enable us to bespeak for them the entire confidence of Ilia
public. We anoie that their lens, both in quality and price
are all that is slated of I hem. Many n lover of the fragrant
herb has been rnmiieiienio escnew nni.n ,
conseqiienc-Sofltsinjurioiia ctrocls. until nt leiirjih ho has
hecome hopeless of findinir.ainonij any of the imported va
rieties of lea in our market, a kind which had nol such an
effect. In this, however, such persons will be ajreenhly
disappointed. 7'he rekin 7ea Company have commenced
the Importation of chnic.o varieties of Uarden tens, of most
delicious flavor, cultivated and picked wilh ureal care,
which have heretofore never been introduced into this
country, except as presents to Importers. Among these
.u I.... mild fi cenhrv. and frncraul as a rose
which we specially recommend to all nervous persons. Its
ciTcl upon many of those who have tried it, has been to
make Ihem confirmed lea-drinkers. Ladies who have used
i k.. ..., hrnre rirnnk such tea. Hut all tastes
can here be suited, with the ureal advantage over others of
getting a pnra article at wholesale price, nowevec mm. in.
nuantltv, ine uompany a uamnuuK . ""i
Ta - file Pekiu Tea Company, No. 75 77 Fulton st.
unquestionably sell the best leas imporun im .m. .....
Ilshment, Is a fact proven In a thousand instances since
.i . ..... ....a ihmr inrn. Hi would advise our
Mends to call at this place, and if they don't wish to bay,
at least tonhiain a little pamphlet, kept on their counier,
..,.,..j.,ui.,. . -r... nrinkera." and therefrom learn a
little useful information on ine simjeci. um p.i.....
slven eralis.Jiurnal of Commerce.
... Jll,. .r nnnnrt fur 11. Hill UlBOkS 10 the fckln
Tt Company, we now net a heller lea from Ihnm at 75
cents por pouna. ire iirum onn pu......
we are now sivinj inmeen non... i. .-
heller tea in the bamain Commend ua tn Ihe I ekin tk
Company aay we. Mitror.
(rVEditorsandimblishers ornewspariers in ine un'itu
6tales,Canadas. If est Indies, c, who will aive the above
13 issirlioas in their respective Journals. Includins. ihis no
tice, will be paid for the same in any tss iiwy may h v
to seect n-om ine move i.smw"i - e--
a ..a ih.ir mirehiui ne ofihs Comoanv twiccthc
amount of their bill, which ihey are at liberty to dispose of
as they please.
Papers who adversise, must dlrsct copies narltd to the
Praia 7 Compmt Cantts. 75 4 77 Fullon street, haw
york. July 23,-11. 40
Valuable llrnl f-Ntntr l'or sale
A D.IOINIXG LAXCA5TE R.
I WILL sell ut private su'.e CO 4H-10I) Acre of
I.-iiul lying iu rearol Stutiberv's fiiirdon, Nurlli
B.titof Lancaster, beinii Lots Nm.7i;lU in the
Parlitiou or the lialdwiu Csliite. These two Lots
lie lii22ther. and tor situation, fertility and almost
every other advaiilaf, thev furin one uf the most
alualile tracts ol liiuil in too county.
Tenni. moderate. Apply soon.
M- A. iJAL'lilinUTY.
Lancaster, July 23, IB 17. H
WILLIAM I.F.C. Almlot,
ftftkf Estate of Tlmmas Lee, deceased.
July Iii, 1S17. $1.00 riwlU ;
Tin, Coppr-i mid Shrct-lroii
JOnW WOB2 iL CO.
X T7"OI.'Lf renpeclfully iiiform the cilizons of
f 1 airfield and the surroiiding coantiea, thai
they still coutiuuB to nianidactiirf, and keep on
I lianil consUiniy aiineiromsidiiu, nn .11.1111 oireei,
upt'osiie (lie juiuiiut7 nuuve,
all hinds of TIN, COI'I'LK aud
8I1KI.T IRON WARK.
They have always nu band
and lir sale
In rairlit hl
able to slate, that ever since theii acqn iinianre with
him, lie has uniformly sustained a gooil cliaraclei,
not only as a member uf the cuniuiuuiiv. but also
as a Physician. The subsciihers have abo been
acquainted wilh his means oi professional educa
liiin, llie. manner in which he has improved ihem,
anil with his anility in practice, ami they entertain
a favorable opinion ol him, in all these respects.
Sifciied WILLI Ant I L'l.LY,
Oci.2,'37. JAMES II. ARMSBY.
rroni Hit Rev. S. IC. k'JIam.
Vr. V.. Y. Watson Sir: Having ha.l fie;Ueul
occasinii for the use ofiueiliridrs in my family du
ring the last lew iiidiilhs anri from the increasing
popularity of your "family Medicines." I was in
duced to tiy them, in piefrrrnre to employing a
pt,,.irjan in tn f.tiiiilv, and am now preuaitd to
sa , that 1 heiieve your uiedii-iiiPs as a class, to Lc
superior to any other preparations now licfotr rhe
public. Your (Jout and jtlieuniatic I.iniineni, Ver
i.iilugc, Teller Ointment, (iravel Mixtuie, Ann
Oysiirplic Mixluii-, Ami l).liious,l Ariii', anil Hepa
tic Pills, I ennceive to be prepaiatinns which need
no f rrtlter recomiiK-iulalion man a lair trial, to eu
mre ilieir unparalleled siicress.
1112V. S. K. ULI.I.A.M.
Yuilalla, March 2fl, IS-ltj.
. Elizabeth Towiisetid:
Genrie, Heiijtiinin, John. James.
Charles. William aud Miry
Townseud. Richard Millikati
and Sarah Miliikan. U illiam 11
Wood and Aim Wood. Meire-at-Law
of William M. Town-
mHK above named Defendants (some ol wlioin
... imn-rHidents) will taKeiuilii eui.il uie
said r.lizalieth Townseud. idow ol William M.
Towusend. deceased, has bled m llie Llerk s ut
fice of the Court of Common l'leas of Fait tield
County, her Petition fur an assignment of Dower
in the following Real EsUHe, m said County, to
wit: Part of Lots No. 3 and 4 in the third Spiare
of the Town of Lancaster. Also, part of a Kilty
Acre Tract in Section Xo. 35. Town-hip No 11.
Rn"f No. 111. nf which said William M-
I he said I'm mlmus are
of the most unproved pattern.
They will sell all articles in
their line at very low prices for cash. Those de
sirous of iirebd-in2, are invited tn cull and exam
ine belerelhey purchase elsewhere.
X. !i. Old Coper and Did Pewter taken in ex
chiinjje fur Tin Ware at all times.
JOHN WORK & CO.
Lancaster. April 9. 1847. m48
rflllF. Rer-eivers f the LANCASTER OHIO
JL BAN K, having contracted with JACOB
ORKKSK, to redeem the Notes and Bills of said
Bank remaining in circulation the same will be
redeemed bv said GnEr.SK, nt the Drug Store of
George Kuoflinan. Mu'm stieet, Lancaster, Ohio,
! us the Mime shall lie presented at that place. .
H. II. HCNTLR.
Receivern of Lancaster Ohio Bank.
Lancaster. Ohio. Keb. 3, 18-17. 37
Rooltiaellor and Slalioncr,
One door vest of Me Hocking Valley Bank,
.....I Jil sm!
lieiebv notified to be und appear beMre our sai.1 M A I X ST RBKT , j 'J " " ' .
Court at the next Term the. (-..l aud plead, answer J LLPS cnstimly on l.and.a lar?e as.rtinei.t
or demur to said Uill. otherwise the same will he IV of Medical Mim-ellaueou. und .school Books
taken as confessed bv ll.eu. aud the matter, there- -Also Blank-book. Stationary to. tVc. f
ol decreed .etwliniiy. I dc.-srr.ptmi.. Allul which will be lU at pr cea
CRKKPS. Attorneys fir Pe'iiwn. r. t ns moderate as thn.se ot any establishment in
Julv23, 1817." liwlIplfl.-.O CeiurulOhio
-- - - - ' - t.fmeris'er .Ilirli' 2. Ib-L. Ml.
C;iTUI OUQfiUS.! '
i staii ui fiitst .v
First Brigade, 7th Ulvlston Ohio Militia.
fSMIli". Commissioned nnd StulV Olliiers of the
JL First, Secniid nnd Third Ri
iimei.ts ol In tis.ii-
rtjmuei V. MinTi-acke
Abraham L. l!rub;.ker. )
ll.: .i I).! en. ant IS iieretiv uoiiuen mat
From the Reo. Geo. X Bzrrcft. of the VI. Conn.
Or. Watpin Sir; I lake gr,'M ulrafiire it) rt
rottiinfiiiling your vulnable umily ttipdiriuep u ihe
P'tblii', ns Wile and rprlui ritieMii's fur the rnr ol
iii ri. oxat for tvlilrh thev art nf Pf f irtpH. I ImVP
niinihiir nf i nur mod r-'indC in suit fnin'.tv (III 1
ring the past year, anil, in every instance, wiih the Officers of the First Regiment of L
mnsi n.lire suceess. From tli rci.eate.1 assuiences i First Rr-gimeut ot hit.emeii. nnd I
'H' , .. .i.i.. 1 J.v ..I li.
ty-io?e,herwilh..he Ulncei, of the Companies J;L " 1 Csmce ol
fonning said Reguncnts. will parade n j n.be , AM
Thursday Ihe 'iOtli rljr .f Angu.t next, j Ke v je w . t. eel U.iu proceedings had ill said
al 10 o'clock. A. M.. in Imut of tlie Court II'iiisc Co,lrIj ou ll(P i-Kmrery sale thereof, wherein said
dnor in LimciiMer, Fail field dntnty, prepared bi j gn,!,,- wa, cutnnlaiiinut. nud Ceoigo Myers
m.elni in I iffi,-Hi-Cainn dill v. in accordance with ' , ... ...i ...i .;,i uOT,1.l,M wsrra rp-
" I"1 i r.., 1 Ill'O .""Hi u..,mw - ---
Imve lite law ol 18.1, as ninenrtcu t.y tne ui in insi. i n,i011, ,mj derided and detemuneii at the
;u ami ol.ui i,,,
VTTl'N TION Tlie Cmnmissnim-'i
lit Il.tutiri v I
ding tn law, ut , . . , , Comr,,inai t,ereini that said Brti-
Laucaster. on the io'th day ot Augmt, 1 .4. , .pre -! .j. ,.. rc3SOn of the false und fraudulent rep
pared to perform three days drill and camp '.,ty- j reeiitation of the snid Myers, executed three
All persons must come prepared with provision. ( r01nji60I.v noma. payable lo said Myers and Fall,
tents and other things uccessury to remain the lull: j,. ol. Qn(J Htmdied Dollars, to become due,
rimp rennii-pd bv law
The Oflk-era and Soldiers will be under
coinraaiid of the Brigadier General from the time - (()e f., 0rw-i,ji-li a judgment had been obtained,
a . . ihd first H.iv nf January. 184J.
'lie I , ni , . ..1 10 1. ,1 Jaln.1 (Vinber 4th. 1841: unon
irii-i linu v.w . , - - -i
Tnn of miid Court. A. I). 1845. as ait
I... . .Ii.l.- o.iilir1 'ri-niiaciint of said nro-
Fir-t Regi-! ',,' nM.h-A ... ,nd made nart id said Bill
which I have ha.l from a mnnher of mv arq.iaiu- mem ot i.aMi.r . in-- r .. e. , ..g n B,.v,uw-; ly wlucli sum iranscnpi ajTr.i..
unees, who have used your merlicincs, I l.ae o j Ohio Militia, wil parade their respective Re t-, ,hrlt t.0,.t JU fj, ,he erputy ol the case
l.e.i.anev i savior, dial, in mv iiulcenient. Ihev i menu arnica unu eii uippi..i u.u..,.
are riecideilly superior to any prep-nation within my
knowledge. Yours, repecilul'y,
geo. j. UARRnrr.
Vnmlalia, 111 , April 8, ISIS.
Fium tha Rev. V. D. McK'ee, late pastor of ihe
Dr. E. Y. WaTsos- Dear Sir: I feel that I owe
it, not only to myself, hut also to the punlic, 10 say,
that I have the utmost roiifuleuee in your prepara
tions, anil have no doubt that, iu all ordinary eases.
f your medicines are taken aecordmgly 10 vour n.
reciious, they will perform all thai you have .rom-
isd. Your medicines, the efficacy nl which have
been tested in my family, ami whirh 1 can conti
denily recommend toolbars, aie r The Fever ami
Ague I ills, rever and Ague Ionic syrup, nnti
Billioos Pills, Oieagionous Mixture, Cough Mix
mre. Gout anil Rlicuinatic Liniment, and And Dys
peptic Mixture . - U. D. McKEE.
Vandalida, 111., .Harcli24. leio.
I cheerfully concur in the abov remarks,
hv the Rev. U. V. M
V. Watson's medicines,
Rlieumanc Liniment, and Salt Rheum and Tetter
Ointment, with complete success. 1 confidently
ecoinmr.nd thein lo the public,
. ASAHAIL lf.r.
Judge of the Probate Co-irt of Vandaliu, III.
they parade before tho Court House door, uutil
Uiey are resuiany aiscnoieeu " ' ". .
r jT.a Klection for Colonel of the first Regi
ment of Light Infantry, nud to lil! all vacancies
that may occur, on the'2(itli day of August, 1817
By order nf tho BrisiidierGeneral.
EMANL EL GILS Y, Brig. Uuar. Master.
Lancaster, Jul) 30, 1017. 4wl-
Land foi Sale.
rlHE undersigned Executors of the lust will
I nf Jacob Kkass. deceased, by virtue of the
nutiioi iiy of the same, will expose to sale by pub-
.- r. m r fn;.-i;ul.l
in tlie courr oi i-omuron i ies ui euiu anu.
County, at iu May Term, 1843. in favor of said
Mvers'aud Full, and against said Brubnknr, for
One Hundred aud Eight Dollars and Forty-fouf
Cents, and cost of suit; which suid unto was, ou
iW.Kih. .Inv nf Dwcomher. 1842. assisned to the
snid Muccro'cken; that the other notes were, after
the filing f the original Bill, endo. sed to said
Maccrackeiii wherefore, the said Supreme Conrt
did further find that the suid M-.ccrackcn recoived
said notes subject to the equities between said
n,i..,i,.,. o.,.l said Mvers and Fall, and that the
collection of said judgment and notes ahould bo
.. 1 . . r. . . I J... Ii, tl.a TniVII . C ...... a,, if, I. .A. I. A.T.
lie venuue, anno i-ourv nuuSo ii...i in ...o , imcr. , . . i
ol Lancaster, Fairfield County, Ohio, ou The prayer ol said Bill of Review that said
Saturday th. 9Sth day of AS... 1847. ! decree be reversed, and that said Muccruckeu be
,. i f 1 n ,,',-1,,,-lr A M. & 4 o'clock I relieved in the premises, &. .
Acres of Land, more or less,
i In ...il I'minti-
nl t tii. Mir m. i
.' ,-. ii nl Nr.vember next.
t one year, and having j witl) ,je ljuiljingii am
l ohysicians in Philadrl QQ t,e Xaniiing D
I have been troubled with the Dysentery, which
continued off and nn about
w. w. : rv on me i..iii.."3
phia, 'ew Oileanj, and in this city, without gelling Osn a comfortiibl
any relief. I concluded to try Dr. Watson's medi wtn p,an,
cincs for Dysentery, tec, Rod in a very ihort li re
il cured me i and I now recommend it as in besi
remedy I know of for the Bowel Complaint.
JOHN D. McMURKAY
Corner of Third k Pine st .St. Louis.
Quarier of'sion No 3L Township Nn. 14, . uoXiduf W tau rf
Range No. 19. iu .MCo ben,, L.m. , bnke -- ap, aud oppojro the
Tract formerly owned by lavi 1 M.iteruus .uceus " . j - . iAe o the decree, if he see)
cd. situated about 54 mile. Southwest ot Lan- Mdtlli, 5lh uy of July. 1M7. t-n..-
ilmold Chillicntho rood. On said tit so ao. uawu j i
leaaresituateagrdTauYaiduowinns ,5."'X C.
. . . , t : ... t.Tni-M npee irv ui iji..
if fixtures necessary to cur.
Business with advantage.
two storv Dwellius House,
and other Ont-Btiidiiigs coniiecteii;
About 30 to
pf 7 6w9
e twosmiy inventus M. fxi,-, jTifrffrlTt tTfllintT).
ljv3lCtll Wl V.-1HIVI jr -X'C'
" - . r. r, ' n'r l f-i,iiiiiv An.
An a..i-M nf ininroreil tuiivi - ,
Acres of Lsndm
1 See. 9, Town, li
For uie at the Gazette and Express Oilice
Aad four hours since, I had lha Fever and Ague
very bad for nearly six mouths, ai'd Dr. vVatson
cured ins at onre, and 1 have never had It since, 1
have since then, sent, I should think, forty persons,
who have all rxpiesiod their most entire satislaction
as they loo, weie cured in very few days. I do
not hesitate to recommend Dr. Watson's Fever and
Aiie Pills to the public, as one of the best remedies
fo? Fever nd Agile. D. GOODFELLOW.
St. Louis, Missouri.
For Kale bv J. C. HEN LEY", Laticst ter Ohio.
. .ancarisi July .10, lCTL ' 6.nl2. ,
of bearing Apple and Pcuch Trees two good
Springs aud tint rate timuer on iiiB.aaiuijiiu.
Lands. " ' , . ,
The sale will be peremptory to the highest
bona jldt bidder without reference to any apprais
ed value, p iyable one-third in hand, one-third m
oue, and one-third iu two years, with interest
r.A. tha Aav nf aula. 'PosBeEHo:! will be Rtven
immediately of so much of the improved laud as
,o.V.n nrffissMi-v for nutlliizout a crop tun iu"
and thebalunceon the first day of April next.
The title will be free ot all incumDiances, aim
the deed be made on full payment
. .GEORGF. KERNS, ? Ew.utors.
. JACO BECK.
fJuly 13, 1347. ' - . - 10
Eli Wildermnth aud others. J and
fBMlE Defendants, Eli Wildermuthofthe I StaM
I of Indiana. Hemy AI.P.cl.
Vifi, nf Hancock County. Ohm- aud Pbiltp PenUt
'i . u lu Wife of Pickaway Coanty, Ohio,
and Muulda his W e t"n, , lBor. .nj Chrie-
"nd JmSX- of Fairfield Coon
Tn X ebV notified of the filing ind ob.
y,i nf ?h. C wo in this and that au order
Kf ParSofid Land-ill b. Biad. Mth
next September Term oi c!erV.
'jiiiyso lair. , r.5o em