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This beautiful prayer must have been breathed
from Barry Cmmili'i heart while sitting nt his
quiet fireside, looking into tlio face of his sweet
wife, and rocking the cradle or hit "gtildeu-tressed
Adelaide.'": : f
TOCCH OS GRJfTLY, TIME.
Touch us gently, Time! . .
' . . ' Let us glide mluwu ihy stream
' Oently ns we sometimes glide .'
Through a quiet dream! .'
, Humblo Voyagers are we, .
Husband, wilu and cbfUinu three , '
(One ia lost nu angel fled
, - To the azure overhead!)
: Touch aa gently, Time!
' We've not proud or soaring wing;
Onrnmbitiou, our content,
' 1 " Lies in simple things,
Humble voyagers are we, " - '
" O'er life's dim, unsounded sen,
"7 Seeking only sum culm clime: '
' Touch us gently, gentle Time !
IrjTSome city poet lias worked out tlio
following -. specimen of litoiaturo arid
. 0 ! Sally 'tis my chief delite, ' I
To gais nioii your eyesos brito,
My lu v lor you by gosh cirpussos
, - - . The luv I feel for rum unci losses.
EiT'Jacolj of tlio Roadi'iitf Gazotto,
mourn the demise of hisdulcineo, thus;
The wedding day appointed win,
. .And wedding clothes provided,
But ere that duy did come, alas,
'" She sickened, and she die did !
. I3FA raaiden lady, not remarkable for
euncr yeuin or ueamy, or good temper,
BSKea tlio advice ot a neighbor as to how
she should get rid of a troublesome suitor,
Ob, marry him,' was the advice; 'Nay, I
would rather see liini hong first. 'No
madam, marry hirn as I said to you, end
I'll assure you he will not bo long before
lie bangs himself.'
EFA gallant New England Knight of
me ttini, describing a country dunce,
eays: "The gorgeous strings ofglussbouds
now glisten on the heaving bosoms of the
village belles, like polishod rubies resting
n the surface of warm apple dumplings."
fiPTo kiss ladies' hands after their
lips; as some do, is liko boys, who, after
they oat the applo, fall upon tho parings,
IsT-'Vitmn, what the dobble am a jury
"Well tho fuc is, niggor, a jury of in
kost am a lot of fellers what sit down on
a doad man to find out whedder ho am
dead for sartin.oronlyplayin tho possum.
LVWhat sort of keys ure required to
unlock tho Ualls of tho Montezumast
D'yo give it up? Tlio i'au kegs, to be
Love Youn Enemikh. A clergyman
told ar. Indian he should love his enemies.
'Me do lovo om,' replied the luttor.
'What enemies do you love mostl'
'Hum and cider.'
There are too many such lovers.
The world is a looking glass, and givos
ubck w every man the rotluction ol his
own face. I-rown at it, and it will in
turn look sourly upon youj'langh at it and
with it, and it is a jolly, kind companion;
ario so ici an young poisons take thoir
cnoice. v .
So it is. When u person does'titstand
in need of friends, they are us plenty as
muHfjuitoos intholmtor end of AugHst;
but when ho really wants them, they ure
as scarce as grass-hoppers in wiutor.
Wound a poipoibo and his comrades are
sure to uttuck hirn. So it is with mon
misfortuno.ihey need not expect imv nior-
ty iioiii inoir iuiiow mon. -nit liirn a-
guinj lio has no business to bo ahorso.'
IV oarn oiick utters soniorpioersayings.
tia nun more trutn man poetry in muiiy of
his hits, such, for instance, as tho follow
ing, touching female curiosity: "Nothin'
squiro, evor stops u woman when her cu
riosity is once up, especially ifsho bo cu
rious to know something about herself.
Only hold a secret in your hand to hor,
and it's like a bunch of catnip too cat;
RhVII jump, and frisk and frolic around
liko every thing', und Hover givo over
jmrnn uuu couxni id you till aim gets it.
S.MAM.KR Srn.i.. Tho Trustoes of Sa
ratoga village would not allow Tom
Thumb to give his exhibitions without
taxing him 825 per duy for a license.
As this was lUeJrst lime that a licouse
had ever boon charged for any exhibition
in Suratoga, tho little tienoral wrote a lot
tor to the Trustoes, stating that he was sa
tisfied fromthoir acts, that Saratoga could
produco much smaller men than hiinsolf
no snoui.i therefore respectfully decline
coming in competition with tlmsii wlw.
evidently hud so much the udvantago of
mill in jiumiiui lllllCHCtS.
, , Kittens a.m. Infants. A pretty child
a charming little thrcoyonr-old
was not long ngo, piosonted with tho
most tormented of puts, a nmsory kitten,
srtvod from the noiade thut awuitnd tho
birth of its brother und sisters. A short
timouflerwards tho child's muinina ad
ded two members to the family circle, in
tho shape of twins. On being tukon in
to tho nursoiy to see thetn, she guzed on
them for some time, looking from one to
tho other with much curiosity. Then
putting ono of their plump littlo cheeks
with her rosy fingor, sho said, "I think
wo will koop this one papa!"
rSTho Louisville Journal snys (Jon.
Taylor is a Whig; uud is in favor of what!
not banks, tarill's, &e. but "honesty," 4Vc.
Now the oditor might cut tho muttor
ahortbyjuift putting up tho ten command
ments, and informing his readers thut
Gen'aylor is in favor of the whole of
Uioro. jjouisruie uenwerat,
, If (Jen. Taylor wore to put forth tho
ten commandments as Ids political creed,
all tlio Locofocoloadois would bo Buro to
oppose him most desperately. They
cannot tolerate the 8th commundinoiit,
for it fm bids stealing, and this would pro
cludo their leg-treasury, Thoy cannot
tolerate tho Dtli commanJmont, for it for
bull the bearing of fuIso-witiiess,.and
t' is wpulJ put a sudden stop to all their
jt.wwspnpers. I iiey cannot tolerate tho
10th commandment, for it forbids them
to covet their neighbor' possessions, and
this would bring to b sudden halt their
patriotic operations in Mexico. Louis
tille Journtit: . -- ' -.
BARCA INS THAT
IHav now be had nt WISE
MORE GOODS FOR A DOLLAR THAN A XY BO D Y E L S E .
Wonre now receiving our NK W Sl'KING HOODS, und respectfully invite every body to call and
iook at our amcK.
Tor Ladies Drcssc.
We have nil I lie new styles of floods in markot.
'hi nt and I'laiu Silks. Lawns, liur'd .Muslins
French, Knglishand American (iinghams,
("iiuglmins buwus, Oregou 1'laids
Bareges (all wool) Balurine -
Black and White (iinghams. Black Lawns"
Ulack Bureges, I'lain mill Satin Snipe all Silk
ami iVoot,DeaiitijntJor Black Dresses)
Shaded Tailton Swiss Muslins, very dcirallc
for Evening Dreuet
I sioss !.-
7C0 pieeos or 24,320 yards of now CALICOl'.S,
from njip up to u nine-pence.
A genernl variety of Knncy Goods, such ns, Itib
bons. t.nces, French worked Collars, Kid (ilores,
Artificial Flowers, Bunnol Caps, Fans, Mitts, &c
Brown Shirtings and .Sheeting. Tickings;
Checks, Cotton Yum, Cotton Baltinit: -
Coverlet Warp, Carpet Chain, Sic. &o
Wheat, Rye, Oats, Corn, Beans, Butter, Rugs, Bacon, Eggs, anil all kinds nj
Lancaster, April 10, 1847. .
AMJIEil LARUE A P SPLEP1D
222, 532. II J 2a
AVholt'Nalc and Ketail.
REDER 8c KUTZ,
A KF.iust receiving tho L A Kf i KST nad 11AND-
VHOMFST STOCK of 81'KIN mid 8UM-
.Mi;it (iUUDS, that have evor been brought to
Lancaster or that over will be by any other firm
than theim. and which will be sold at the lowest
cash iiites, so low thatliu person can look ut them
Wo ure connected with no ninimlhctoi'V. no
easturn eHlahlislimeut, mid thus confined to mak
ing our purchases ut one house; but have the ad
vantage of selecting our Goods from the stocks of
ill eastern ftlerclinnts anil Manillnctuiers.
We hope all, who wish to purchase chenn and
beautiful Goods, will first read the big advertise
ments, and after laughing ut them, go und exam
ine the lillle slock ollioods, that they cull big:
then call and see what we have and what wo can
do for them.
Our assortment consists in Hurt of the following
1H PI FOES OF
Or all colors from tl to ft per yard.
SO pieces plain ami stripped Cussimers from 73
ceu is to ft,mii
1!IJ() Ii plain, striped uud barred Sattiuutts, (vc
ry cneaij iroiu J7 lo 73 cents per yard ,
KID do Kentucky Juuna from 'ii lu 31 cents fur
11)0 do lied. Whitoanil Yellow Flannels
liO do Black, Colored, Striped and Figure
i!5 bales Brown Muslins
10 cases Bleached do from to 1?1 ceula
10 bales Ticking mid wciy cheap
2.100 pleccM ol' t ALH OIIS
Cheaper than ever known before.
50 do Cashmeres, Mousliiio ilo I. nines und oilier
luni y (moils lorLAUIKS' Dresses uud Cloaks
5t) do (Jinghams, new style, and very lietiralila
lario Him noaiitiliil varielv of S U M M K
SHAWLS, ofull si.es mid ut very low prices
11) nieces Apron Checks, Linen nud Cotton Tu
ilo l.loths, Col ton nud Silk Ilainlkeiidiiefs
Dress Silks; Hlack, colored uud (ig'd Hosiery
(ilovns nud Mills of nil kinds
Camlnicks, JiiccoiioU and overv tliinir in tl
Dry (moils lino lo iniiko our iissorlnient loll nm
coiupleln, iinioiiL' which will bo lonnil a lino vnri
ery ot MJUtill uud llKADY (ioods
We have also constantly on liuiid, u lurge Btoc
of 11DUTS and SUOF.rt
I'ur, Silk, Leghorn, Tabu Leaf and Straw Hals
Hl-A.MSII SULK I,K VI'HKK, Cotton Yum
Carpet Chain and Covurliil VVai ji
A lull assortment nt
sico( icii:s or an ii i is,
Cpilar tliurriR nud Tubs, Wooden lluckets,
.-lull. iVC. iVO, iVO.
IV Como every body nud look through our
1)1 rioods. Wa nrH iilwiivu
on hand and ready to prove to you, what is mi un
deniable fact, that we have more (loods, bcltur
ussorlmnnts and sell ut lower rates than nny other
esiiuiiiHiimoiu in l.aneustor. Of those fads you
can convince yourselves by calling ut our OLD
j i akuiiiiu examining our siocK,
WK WISH TO l'UHCIIAHK
.10,000 iiiDiiiriM or win: at,
Any ninoiiiit nl COltN, HYK. OATS, Flax-seed,
reamers, hiki every ruing eiso that I lie Farmer
Have tor sale thut worth having. Wo will give
the highest prices lu CASH and COODS for lliu
uliovo uilicles, nuil give MOHK (iOODS for l
siiinoamoiiiit ol trmlo, than any other house. Cull
uuil give us u triul
LaneiiHler, June 4. 1017 I
Simtii Anna's Wooden U taken Tfisoiicr!!
V V'"'" rwpM!lfiilly reftirn his lliauks to his
v ii lends nuil tlio liulilm geuornlly for the
very liberal patronage lin has received lit their
ham s; and would iulorm them lliul ho hat now on
huud ready to be disposed of at vorv low prices for
a, I rniupielo
illL' to tho lulest Slvln
and rashioii. Jlis stock comprises HATS of all
WHAI.ITIKN. , ia, Keuler, Silk.l'taue
Mutkrnt, Cathnu re, Cvarie J. Fine, blue, Drown
CLOTH 'ami OIL-CLOTII CAPS of every
HaviiiL' ployed the services of F.XPFH1FNC.
ED WOllKMKN iiitheiiiiuuilnctiiroof his 11 ATS
anil O A I S, nml tlcsirotis lo muke his wiles con eS'
pond with the tunes, he feels satislieil that whils
they will compare with the work of uuy other
usiiioiisiiiiiciii iu mo coiiiiu y us to quality tliey
are also Unsurpassed as to cheapness. Ho pnrli
cularly invites his friends and nil who may wish
to ohiuiu an excellent Article, ilm the most rea
sonable terms, to cull uud exumiiio his stock of
lie feels no disposition to boast about quullly or
price tliimigh uu mlvertiscmcut, but acting on ihe
old and veil established rulo, thut tlm "proof ol
an asserlioii consists in u trial," he nska that lie
may be tried by the same rulo. and that the
of giHd Huts will muke tlio exmniuutloii for them
solves. . . t
He oll'ei-s nothing but a gixsl article and being
determined lo sell low for CASH, ho rospoc.tfuf
ly invites the putrouuge v( the public
- - - fiOBERY F1ELD1NQ.
f,aiiealor, .May 11, 1J17. . . 1 '
ARE BA R GAINS!
cV HIM, A IC II S r.ish Store,
At any price that may be wanted from a quar
ter up, Sun Shades uud l'arnsoletts.
A large slock ami good variety of Cloths,
Cussiiiiercs. (iold Mixed Tweeds
Jeans all colors! S.itliuels, &c. itc.
Also every descrhitwu ot bummer tslulls , lor
-"ts, VesLn auU 1 ants.
Kxnected to-morrow 20 Cases Leghorn
l'ului Leal'llats, to be sold very cheiip.
Leghorn Straw, Fancy Lace, Dunstable. CI in
I'oail Straw and Lawn.
Very handsome Children's Gimp and Straw
.Hoot and Shoes.
Largo Lot expected to-morrow.
VVibJi, & lULLAllU.
IMPORT A T FROM THE S 0 LT T II !
LATE AND LARGE ARRIVAL OF
KINKEAD & DOTY
WllOI.DSAI.i: AM) KKTAIL
C Zl C) CC? 11 32i 0
hats just nr.cKiVKn fiiom the South, a'i.aiiur
stock or (.i:k i;i:ii;s, At
among which may lie louiul,
New Orleans SLIOAIt. Indigo uud Muilder
Loaf do. Alum and Copperas
Rio mid .lava COFFER, Cloves und Ciuuauiou
I'luiitatlou Molasses, Kuliiiegs anil Slarch
Sugar House do. Cumwood nml Logwood
llice and Haislus, Salaratus and Whitius
Cav. und Spun Tobacco, Spun.'SpuiiiVi.cnm.Sogurs
li twist ilo. So. 1, While boail anil Oil
I'l'iiiieruud Spice, Powder, Shot uud Caps
.vim serri anil iiori iug wraping J'apor
White Fish und Shad Fishing Poles Tuckle
Teas uud Chocolate Pipes, Soap, etc.
Constuiilly ou huud by the Uurrel or pound
We have made arrangements for a constant and
regular supply ol LAKE FJS1I, which will com
ineiiuu to arrive as soon as the Canal is opiiucd
North. Citizens of Fairfield look in ut this Eslali-
bailment hcloro you purchase, and you will suve
money, tnatwn "jtxe.il j act nwil no liniuuug.
Lancustur, February -'li, III 17. i2
AVltulalc and ISelail.
AT J. O. WEAVM'S
I.N TJ1K TALLMADOE BLOCK.
opposite Rcber At Kutz'a Store
whern can bo found a gonoral assorlmeiit of
AMERICAX & EMiLISH HARDWIRE,
which ho is determined to sell at small prelils.
IIS ASSOllTMKvr CONSISTS IN I'AllT AS FOLLOWS:
IKON nnd STEEL SHOVELS and SPADES
Long am! Short Handle Maimro and IIuv Forks
itr i: i 1 1 mi , , .
it ueioii mm inning noes
Cradling and (irass Scythes and Cradles
Hay llalies.Scythe Snailhs, Whetstones JtHillles
J race, Mailer, Log nml Filth Chums
Chopping Axes, sjiriiij Balances, Steolyurds.&r
Braces and Bits, Augers and (iimblutu
Curpentor's Planes, Bevels and Sipiaros
I! loud Axes, Hatchets and llaiumois
l'l.uui-lroiis, (jiingea and Compasses
i ii'iiwr, iiiiM iiiv aim i inning i. niseis iV Uougtw
hlocks uuil Dies, Fivers uud Pincers .
Saw Setts, Mason's Trowels and ltnlns
Mill, Bustard. Taper, Flat and Half Humid Files
Anvils, Vices nml Hollows
Mill and X Cut, Itin. Hand. Pamiel ami WmA,
BIIWS, iV,o. Ac.
hxiiucted lu a lew days nuchostar Connm-'s
T ..I .
Iounc Sc Calihicl Ti-inimiiiM
Locks, Latches and Hinges
Brass and Iron Blind Faslnings
Sash Springs, Frame nud Siviw Pullies
Bmss Cupboard Catches, Bullous and Bolls
Screws,llrads, Tucks and Finishing Nails
Looking Oluss Plums, Mahogany Nobs, &o
K;uMlciy iiikI Caii liio'l'iiiiiniin
liucklos, IIUIsiukI Slurups
Hai nes Mounting nud Saddler's Tools
Slun k Skin, Plush. Saddler's Thread and Silk
Cotton, Wursted tun! Straining Webb
Plated Dashes, lliuiillus and Bands
Slump. loiuts and Malleuhlo Iron '
Steel Spring, lion Axles und Bnxos
Broad and Narrow Lace
Patent Loather.Oum ami Oil Cloth, Duinnsk,&.c
Table Knives and h oiks, and Steels
Plated, Britunnia and Iron Spoons,,fcCoir.'0 Mills
' Britannia Colleo, Tea Pots and Castoi-a
Britannia Cups, Cuudleslicksund Lhiuii '
Hauliers mid Tnivs. Scisson nml Shears
Pen and Pocket knives, Needles uud Bodkins
Bruss Curtain Pius nud Bauds
Brass Kclllos, Frying Pans, Suucol'uns, &c
Iron, Nails, Steel and -'lan.
A largo ussortmciit of all kinds and sizes. Aud
nbnoat overy nrliclu lu tho Hurdwaro lino, from
Pin to an Anvil.
. J. c." Veaveb.
LaHcaslr,Muy 11,1317. ' , ' 1 '
Dr. Vaughn' AdvertUcpnent
f HIE GREAT AMERICAN KEMEDY Dr.
JL Vuuirhn's VeEetuble Lilhontriiitic Mixture
llnsUmversiuTunuceaisnow being uitroduceu m
to Eunipe, the East and West Indies, SontliAmori'
cu, and ull other parts of the Globe, where dis
ease exists in any lorm. . 1 lie United States and
the Cumulus have for the past three years severely
tested the virtues which the proprietor, ujwn the
introduction ol tins meilicino, hesitated nottosny
it possessed, in introducing that (jHKAT VE
GIT ABLE REMEDY, the most sturtliuv uronii
ses were made, on tho part of the medicine so
novel wns the theory tue principle upon which
tlio cures were to be cITcctud, thut tlio people
throw up their hands and cried what next! Even
credulity startled with surprise, and the so called
"r acuity nmiletliomseives merry over tlio "new
humbug-" But murk the result the three years
have passed away public opinion, the voice of
minions nun more oi unserving inuivmiiuis, nave
stumped this REMEDY the mostsingulur, woiidor-
al, liicoinprehensive and miraculous curative
power ever produced. The ONE ORE AT D1S
EASE, which the proprietor of this medicine had
the presumption to say existed, and thut ull various
diseases were hut secondary, has now millions of
believers. They must believe tor they have wit
llesscd the eH'ect of this restorutivo. It has cou
nueieil ALL cases, by simply cnnipioriug the
ONE. The "Old School" now open their eyes.
Their old dogmas, like the morning mists fly be-
lure trie liglit or trurii, arid common sense now
seeks a road to lieallli its own way, instead of clos
ing itseyes, and Demgled. I lie truth of the prin
ciple upon which this article cures is established
and the statement is ueiiiu boldly, most emnhati
callv. most decidedly reiterated. This mediciou
will drive from tho body every diseuse which bus
a name every .disorganization ot tho system
which cuii exist. Il'bououud musclo remain, this
medicine will rostnro to u pcrtect state. The old
Calomel, bleeding, blistering system is about to
Cull. The prooiilaily presenting itself of the truth
of OUR THEORY, is a prop out of the old struc
tin e which will soon tumble to the grouud,u shupe-
icn iiiunn 111 juoiuucu aim uecepilou.
INVALIDS, resort at once to this medicine. It
is u strictly VEGETABLE REMEDY, the prod.u
of our own soil a compound of twenty-two tlif
lerenl ingredient. J jich root has ils particular
purl of tho system to act upon, und this action is
uKvas produced its effect upon the whole sys
tem is imuicinuiciy apparent, testimony oi me
mgiiesi ciiaructur is duily coming to the proprie
tor, full of truth, uud you will always see names
places and dates. Not a pari ice of false evidence
is offered on the part ol'tlnsOltEAT CURATIVE
Tho most careful perusal ol' the pamphlet is dosir
ed. It gives tho character of ull the secondary
complaints which prevail, nnd which have been
cured by this article. Evidence of cures, in seme
of tho most dreudliil casus of lingering complaints
which it has been tho lortuneo! any meniciue to
copu with, is found oases which have been lull
lo die: Hundreds in overy largo city of our Union
und tlio Uiundus licvo to lliunk this article lor thou
lives, and so do they, us letters iu tho possession
ol tlio proprietor will show.
This GREAT MEDICINE will mm DROPSY,
iu every stage liltA VEI., nnd nil kinds ol ilillicul
ly iu the Urinary organs; Complaints of the Kill
noys, weakness of ihe back; Female irregulari
ties immediately cheeked, and a heaithy Itiuu eiv-
eu to the system. Let every Female at once re
sort to this 8At E MEDICINE, and use no other.
Diseased Liver, Indigestion. Billions coniplniuls,
Dyspepsia instantly relieved; Rheumatism, (Jont
Su!., produced by tho inaction of tho Blood, will
always find relief; Inflamed Lungs; Cough, even
Consunijitiou, unless the patients and their medi
cal advisers wore deceived; has been cured by
this medicine; Scrofula uud all Eruptive diseases:
Piles, Eresipelns, Iiillaininatiiin of Ihe Eyes, Palpi-
union oi mo ueari; hick Headache, Jaundice
Fever uud Ague llio wholo cntalogiie might In
mimed seek this HKMEDY, BUY NOOTHElt.
Put up iu 30 ux. bottles at fj; li o, bullies, 1,
lie careful thai yon are not imposed upon. Eve
ry bottle has the words, "Vuuglui's Vegetable Li
llioiitripiu Mixture" blown niton the glass the
written Bieiiiiliiro ol'"(i. C. Vaui'hu" on lliodiiee-
iioiis, auu u. v iiugiiu; llullalo, stamped upon
tlio cork. None olhi r nro uouuinu.
j it-p. iieu uy ti. ii. v .viiTii.N. anil sou al t ne
ii- i i... i . . . iiiii.iM.1 i .
principal Agency, 1113, Main Strool; llullalo, at
wtioiesulu ami retail, to whom ull communion,
lions must como nost nuid.
unices iievoied exclusively to tlio sale ol this
iiediciuo, ut wholesale nnd roluil: New York City,
.ii, iiiiKsau sueei, li, ivi. utKo. Mass.. 'JUS Kssex
silent, llioiuiis 1'. Chase: St. Louis Missouri. Mr.
J. Walker, Oeueral Agents. At retail by re-
speclahlo Druggists tlmiiighoiit tho Union, us ml
Vorlised iu tlio papers.
Wholesale and retail by C. S. Birdsal, Drue-
gist, 23H, .Mam Street, Cincinnati,
Forsaloby OEOIKiE KAUFFMAN. Drii.T.Msi
Lancaster, (')hio; and C. (i. WILSON & CO..
Ililshville. Ohio, 1). I). Rindhearl. Lvlhoiiolis. S.
Russell, I'ickeringtoii, II. & J. Leonard, Basil,
September, -I. U -Hi. if
OUEH St M'OONEEY'S
VI3 ETA IILU SVLVl I?IC,
f 'll I K proprietors of this valuable remedy, iniro
Jl. iliue in limit frieudi and the public, their
".SPECIFIC" in a nnw style, and lliey may say,
eVsry way improved. The thorough trial given it
the past season, ia convincing proof lo them of its
grent clTicnry iu ruling INTEItMlTTENT or
At. UK, AMI) t l,V Ell; and lliey now feel war
ranted in uitahUhiitg it upon a permanent basis
referring lo its whole character, appearance nud
signature, si a guard sguinsi impmiiiiiu. They
fell it.necessary lo adopt tome precauliun in hi out
set, as no doubt ilt'iuxuiiig persons will emieivor to
palm upon the public a iiurioua prepiiraiiuii, They
ilo not hesita; to say, that a medicine never lisi
been ussil, thai has given sogieat sulisfiiction in n
llort a linis, ai their Ni-kuific. IJuiulrnds ami
Ihuusamli enn lenity lu its tlliracy. Where riii-
ease hm bnllled the prescription of the skillful Phy
sician, the patient has been speedily restored lo
health the most incredulous (having become so
ficim using the many jut'o' lo be cures of the nresi-ni
day, without success) have been constrained lo no
knowledge its superior Virtues, They do not wish
io mirniiure ii upon tne puning principle. Let it
maud or fall, as it merits. It is uo ptack nostrum,
but a tegular and skilful Physician'! receipt, who
ii.is prarurcu in ihe near! Agua nnd Fever district
for the last twenty years with crest auccost. Bas
ed entirely upon vegetable mailer innocent in eve
ry sense it cannot injure the most dcliata consti
tution on ilia contrary, acting as a restorative lo all
dehiliintoil frnniei. They do not nieieml to aav
but what them are other good preparations. Bu'l
we do say, we know ours in be good, and a certain
riue,ifihe ilireclious are obsesved. And we chal
lenge any one to find a panicle uf mineral entering
iu composition, lliey ask a trial from a liberal
and dmcruirg puhlie. not ftnring llie result. Many
have bern cured in from twenty-four lo forty-eight
hours. Price $ 1 per bottle.
For sale by HURY & RECK,
Lancaster, July 10, 1817. 3. nil).
f VI K midorsignod has this day associated wilh
M him iu the Dry Goods business, Mr. WIL
LIAM W. COX. The business will in future bo
conducted under the firm ol' Kroner it Cox.
July 10, lUlli P. 11. KRANER.
ARE dnily expecting an arrival of a large and
well Selected STOCK OF GOODS.
1 lie old customers of tho ciiiicorn, and ull others
for whom good bargains aud cheap goods aro any
inducement, are respectfully invited lo litvor theiu
with a call. ' -. , - . ' .
Luiiciulor, b'c-plciubor !, Ib'lli, 7 '. 20
A ETEW FIRE!
' ' ' AND ,
Wholesale and Kclail.
JOHN ErriNGER & CO.
In the New Oullillng lately erected liy It
M A Ins worth, nearly opposite the
TTAVING lately purchased the ENTIRE NEW
JLXbtUUKUr tiuuus ot Air. K. -M. AINS
WORTH, together with his late Sprint nurchosos.
the citizens of Fairfield and adjoining counties
are solicited to call and examine our assortment,
which is uow complete. The Stock was selected
with great cure aud wus purchased bv us at nrices
below the Eastern cost, so that we will be ena
bled to sell beuulitul and excellent Goods at very
reduced prices. We are determined to please the
public and we have the moans to do it. The
quality of our Stock caunot be surpassed, and for
cneapneu, we cnullenge competition.
Our assortment consists, in part, of the follow
For the Ladies,
We have the largest variety of Summer Dress
Goods ever opened iu Lancaster, and which can
not be excelled iu quality, cheupuess or beauty of
patterns, among which ure
80IIO pieces of CALICOES, at prices varying
r. .i ... (i l .
.lUlll U IU 10 CCUUf
Alpaccas, pluiu und striped
Cushiueres and Musliu do Lains
Bereges and Bulzuiines
A huge assortment of Luwns.cnf iru ne,e if ,.
Scotch und Earlstou Giughaius and Gingham
A fine assortment of Plain aud FANCY SILK
FRENCH WORK COLLARS and COTTON
A lnrge assortment of BONNET RIBBONS
LEGHORN and STRAW BONNETS
Cotton and Silk PARASOLS and Sunslmdos
A fine assottmomt of Summer ARTIFICIALS
togother with a general assortment of Dross Trim
mings, ate. die.
For the Gentlemen.
BO pieces BROAD CLOTH, ull colors & prices
uuugn aim neatly and ftlontorey Cassnneres
Superior French and English Bhick do
1 ol) jiicces pluin, striped uud burred SATTI
NETS, horn 25 to IS7i coats per yurd
OH nieces KENTUCKY JEANS
Gold and Oxford Mixed T WEEDS
Merino Ciissimeres, pluin und fancy Gambroous
urawii Linens una Cotton UUILLINGS
Marseilles, Moriuo aud Silk VestiiiL's. &c.
In addition to the above, we have a large stock of
' Domes lie Goods,
Such as Brown and Bleached Muslins. Tickings
Brown and Bleuched Sheeting from 1J to 'Jj
yarus wiue; louoii and A.111011 uugging, &o.
We have Blenched and Brown Linen Table
Cloths, Duuiusk and Russia Diapers, Damask uud
iuoK Aiiisim uurtams, Coiintorpuiiis, Table Co
vers, &o. &c. &c. .
All hi nds of Groceries.
A lurgo assortment of QUEENSWARE and
GLASSWARE, Loghorii, Pulm Leaf, Silk, Fur
nun iirusii iiaih, utjins ami SHOES; Ladies
Kid and Morocco SLIPPERS. &c. &c.
n .,. .
uo ure onposeu 10 vujivg and blowing we,
shall not soli our Goods nt ' than cost," us we
expect to make a living profit from them; but wo
respectfully invite the public to cull nnd examine
our stock and prices before purchasing elsewhere,
us weiiiieiiu 10 reiy upon tue rpmlity and prices
01 mom 10 ohiuiu a uur snare 01 putronugo.
Wo will take in exchunge lor our Goods, ull
Kinds of Co 11 11 f ry Produce,
for which we will pay the highest markot oHch
Bring along your Cash and your Produco and cull
at the "THREE WALNUT DOORS," where
you will find the best Goods and lowest prices.
Lancaster, June 7, 131?.
ju 00 uiiiuii 1 Miiuiiir
(;i:ok;i; l. kckuiit.
WAS constuiilly on hand anil for sale at Ms old
MM Stand, 011 Broad-Way, throe doors-South of
1110 MnrKoi 1 louse, a general assortment of
Maiiulacturuil by experienced work
men uud of tho most modern styles:
; PRBNOa GKAIPsS:
Solus, Sociables, Divans, Ottomans
Centre, Pier, Curd, Dressing, End, Dining and
Dressing, French nnd Pluiu BUREAUS,
Wiudiulies, WuslisUinds, Lookers, Workstnnds,
FIIEMUII, AND HIGH AMD LOW l'OSST
And nil oilier articles in his I illll tllill mnv 1
eull.sl lor. His work will bo made ol (ho best
materials and finished in a limit und 1I11111I1I0 niun
iler. Having 11 lur'u ami si-lnet Hini-k ,ni l,.l I...
win dispose ol the same ut reduced nrices. nud
low as any mmi sells article's uf oijuul quality ut
A NEW IIKAKSI3,
with a fine Horso nnd Harness, calculated for tho
purpose, nro always iu readiness to attend l'uiior-
uls. All Collins mudo to order. The subscriber
will promptly ultend t'unomls auy where in tho
County wilh his Hearso free ofextra charge; and
..11 1.:.. -1 ...:n 1... ..... 1 0
ncinirgus win uo 111 reuueou prices.
The subscriber returns his grateful thuiiks to
ins old custoinors uuil respectfully solicits u con
timiaiice of their patronage.
GEORGC L. ECKERT.
Luncnstor, Februarys, 1847.. 39
BOOT MP SllOHRlC.
REED & BAUGIIMAN
WOULD most respectfully inform thoir old
friends nml the public generally, that they
till continue the inniiul'uctiire ol
BOOTS & SHOES
AT THEIR -
in Shawk's Row, and opposite Bury & Heck's
Drug Store, whore thoy will bo pleased to wait
on all who may flivor thorn with a call. Thoy
Hatter themselves that upon examination, their
work will recommend itself, us 111- y keep nono
but the best aud most experienced woikinen.
Thoir work ia warranted to be mudo in the best
nnd most tiudiioiiublo i-tylo, of which, the follow
ing urucies comprise a pari:
LADIES' Kid SLIPPERS,
dot Fre-ach Morocco nunklns,
Goat Morocco STRAP SHOES.
A boy from 14 to 15 years of nge, will be taken
to loam the above business.of good moral character
ana ot industrious habits. None other need apply.
Lancaster, May 20, 1847. 3
MSMALLEY hns just received H IntofElNE
. KUU, CLOTH nud OIL SILK CAPS,
which will be sold at very low prices. Cull at the
old stand, on Grceue's Corner, wes; of the Court
-Lancaster, October 9, 13 1G .'- 22
BI-ANK DEEI)3,nc&tly prl
best of paper, for sale at t hi
11 ted on the
111 an k ilIorlsagcM,"
The preceding figure is given to represent the
Isstssini.s Pkrs riHATiON. It ia the greut EVA-
C UA JIU.N tor the impurities ot the body. It will
be noticed that a thick cloudy mist issues from all
points of the surface-, which indicates that this
perspiration Hows uninterruptedly when we ore
111 lieulth, but ceases when we are sick. - Life
cannot be sustuined without it. It is thrown off
from the blood and other juices of the body, and
disposes by this means, of nearly ull the impurities
within us. Thy lunguage of Scripture is, "in the
BLOOD is the Life." If it ever becomes impure,
it may be traced directly to the stoppage of the
INSENSIBLE PERSPIRATION. Thus we see,
all that is necessary when the blood is stagnant,
or infected, is to open the pores, and it relieves
itself from ull impurity instantly. Its own heat
and vitality ure siifiiuieut, without one particle of
medicine, except to open the pores upon the sur
face. Thus we see the fully of taking so much
internal remedies. All practitioners, however, di
rect their erlbrts to restore the Insensible Perspi
ration. The Thompsoninn, for iustnnce steams,
the Hydropathist shrouds us in wet blankets, the
Hnmopatlust deals out iriliuitissiimils, the Allopa
th im bleeds and doses ns with mercury, and the
blustering (Juiick gorges us with pills, pills, pills.
To give some idea of the amount of the Insen
sible Perspiration, we will state thut the learned
Dr. Lewenhock, ascertained that live-eights ofull
wo receive into the stomach, passed off by this
means. In other words, if we eat and drink eight
pounds per duy, we evueuute five pounds of it uy
the Insensible Perspirutioa.
1 his is none other thuu the used up particle
the blood, und other juices giving place to
now and fresh ones. To check this, therefore, is
to retain iu the system five eights of all the mut
ter thut nuliiro demands should leave the body.
By a sudden transition from heat to cold, the
pores are stopped, the perspiration censes, aud dis
ease begins ut once to develop itself. Hence, a
stoppage of this How of the juices, originates so
muiiy complaints. -
It is by stopping the pores, that overwhelms
mankind with coughs, colds, and consumption.
Nino tenths of tho world die from diseases iridu-
cod by a stoppage of the Insensible Perspiration.
Let 1110 usk, now, every candid mind, what
course seem; the most reasonable to pursue, to un
stop the pores, after they are closed. Would you
give physie to unstop the pores? Or would you
apply something that would do this upon thosiir-
laco, wnere tne clogging actually is? And yot I
know of no physician who makes any external
application to ellect it. Uudor these circumstan
ces, I present to physicians, and all others, McAl
ister's ALL-HEALING OINTMENT, or the
wuill.D S SALVE. It has power to restore nor-
spiratiou on the feet, 011 the Lead, around old
sores, upon the chest, iu short , upon any purt of
me uouy, wueiuor uiseuseu slightly or severely.
It has power to cause ull external sores, scrofu
lous Humors, skiu diseases, unisonous aimimla -.
uiscuurgu ineir puiriu mutter, auu llion heals tliem.
-11....1 .1. 1 .. 1 ... . . .'
It 18 a ltemedu Hint sweens oil ihn wlmln rnt.
logue of cutaneous disorders, nnd restores Jhe en
ure eiiucio 10 11s ncuitny iimctions.
It is a Remedy that tbrbids the necessity nf
many and deleterious drugs tuken into the stomach.
ins a Jiemedy tlmt neither sickens, gives incou
veniouce, or is dnngorniis to the intestines.
It preserves and defends the snrl'uce from nil de
rangement oi Us lunctions. The surface is tho
outlet ot hve eights of the bile nud used tin mat
ter wi thin. It is pierced with millions of openings
louovn uio iiiiesimes. otop up meso pores,
and DEATH knocks nt your door. It is rightly
termed All-Heuling, for there is scarcolv a disease
externul and internal, that it will not benefit. I
have used it lor the last fourteen veurs for ullilis.
cases of the chest, consumption, liver, involving
.iiw uuui.nb u.iugui uuu rospoiisiiuiuy, Hiiu 1 rte
clnre before Heaven and man. that not in one sin.
glecose has it billed to benefit, when the patient
wns within the reach of mortal means.
I have had physicians, learned in tho nrnfessiiuis
I liuvo had ministers of the Gosnol. Jiiik'es 011 the
oencn, Aidormnn and Lawyers, gentlemen of the
kighes erudition and MULTITUDES of the POOH
use it iu every vurioty of way, and there bus been
I.. . ... 1 ..
.Fin- uuu viiill Hum iiiuieu, universal voice say
ing ''McAlister, your ointment is GOOD."
xsonsummion. u cun nnril v lie credited Hint a
salve can have any ellect upon the lungs, seated as
theyaro within Ihe system. Bui if placed upon
the chest, it penetrates directly to Ihe lungs, sepa
rates tho poisonous particles that jnre consuming
uioiii, uuu expuis ilium iroiu me system. .
I need not say it is curing persons of Consumn-
lion continually, although we are told it is foolish-
licss'. I care nut what is said, so long as I can
cure several thousand persons yearly .
tieaaacne. 1 110 salve lias cured persona of tho
Ileiidacho of li years standing, nud who had it
egularly every week, bo thut vomitihg often took
lJealiiess and Eur Acho are helped with liko sue
cess. . . -
Cold Feel. Consumption. Liver coimilaliit.
pains in the chest or side, falling oil' of Ihe hair.
one or the other, always accompanies cold feet.
Tlio Salvo will cure overy case.
Iu Scrofula, Erysipelas, Salt Rkcnm, Liver
Complaint, More Eyes, Quiney, Sore Throat,
Bronchitis, Broken or Sore Breast, Piles, All
Chest Diseases such as Asthma, Oppression,
Faint also, Sore Lips, Chapped Hands, Tumors,
Cutaneous Eruptions, Nervous Diseases aud of
the Spine there is piobnbly uo medicine now
known so good nnd us for iJuvij it bus uot its
eijtial in the world!
Fimplot on the Face, Masculine Skin, Gross
Surface. lu first action is to expel all humor.
ii win not cense uiiiwiug till tho luce is Ireo from
any mutter that may be lodged undor the skin, ami
Ireipienlly breaking out to the surfuce. It thou
heals. When there is nothing but grossness.or
uuu repinnive sin nice, u oeguis n sullen und son
ell until the skiu becomes ns smooth and delicate
ns 11 clnld s.
Wormt. If parents know how fatal most ml
iciiios wore to children taken inwardly, they
wiiiiiu ne siow iu resort, 10 tuoin. h seciiil v
'merciiriul lozenges,' culled 'medicated luzeiiigo,'
"vermiliigos," pills, &c. Tho truth is, no one can
tell, invariably, when worms are present. Now
let me say to pnrents, thut this Salve will ahvuy
tell if a child has worms.
It will drive every vcs.
tigo of tliuin away.
there is probably no medicine on the face nf
1 110 eartli at once so sure und so sale 111 the expul
sion (if worms, .
Toilet. Although I have said little nhnnt if .
hair restorative, yot I will stake it against the
world!' They nmv bring thoir Oils fur nnd mi.
aud miuo will restore the hair two cases to thoir
Old Sores. Tlint some Sores are nn 010I..1
to the impurities of the system, is. boeniiB i,nv
cannot puss off through the natural chnniiolsof the
insensiuie i-oi-spii aiion. II such sores are heuled
up, the impurities must have some other outlet, or
it will eudungor life. This Sulve will alwuys pro-
Rhenmalism. It removes ulmi,t ;.,...l;..t.,i..
the iiillaiiiu'j'im and swelling, when the pain of
JVirr. In all cases of fever, the difficulty lies
111 tho pores being locked up, so thut Ihe hen'tand
perspiration cunnot pussoll. If the least moisture
could be started, tho crisis has passed uud the dan
tier over. Tho All-Healing Ointmeiit will in all
cases of fevers almost instantly unlock tho skin
and bring forth the perspiration.
Scald Head. We have cured ensaa that nctiml.
ly defied every thing known, as well as the abili
ty of fifteen or twenty doctors. . One man told us
ho had spout $5110 on his children without auy
benefit, when a low boxos of tlio Ointment cured
Coras. Occasional use of the, Ointment will
always keep corns ft-om growing. . People need
uever be troubled with them if they will use it.
At a Family Medicine, No mnii can moastireits
value, 80 long as the stars roll along ever the
Heavens so long us man treads the earth, subjoo
to all infirmities of tho Hush so loug iu disease
and sickness ia known just so fong will this R00(l
Ointment be used and esteemed. When man
ceases from off the earth, then tho demand will
ceuse, auu not 1111 men. -
, JAMES McALISTER, 4. CO,
Sole proprietors ol the abovs MmImuik. iv;.-
25 cents and SO cents, .
Aa the All-Healing Ointment lm lin
CQiinterl'eited, we have given this Caution to thw .
puuiic uiai-no umiment will be geuuiue miles
the names of James McAJitter or James McAlit
ter Sf Co., are wmttiis with-o ikn upon EVErir
Now we lieroby otter a reward of J-Jin ,. i,.
paid on conviction iu any of the coiistitnted'court
of the United States, of any individual counter
feiting our name and Ointment.
A. S. HENRY General Agoutfor'tlieStatn Al
tabula, Ohiov .
For sale by Bury & Beck, Druggists, tuncuster,
H.& J. Leonard, Merchant, Basil, E. GbhegaB
Druggist, Baltimore, John Woodyard, Grocer
New Salem, E. Kalb, Druggist, Rushville,
Mitchell, New Reading, Ashbaugh & Beery Bre
August 20, 184G. . 16 '
VMHIO now complains of ill health, or talks of
T W heavy doctor bills, when com fori, ease, peace
and health, are brought with "HIBBARD'S FAM
IL.Y PILLS, to ahnosl every towu or hamlet iu
UEV. B "HIBBARD," the proprietor of these
excellent Vegetable Anti Bitiout PilU liavinu been
in the practice of testing ihe power of medicine on
the sick for ihe last (airly years, presents wilh con
fidence this almost sovereign ramedy for Ihe worst
cases of Chronic Dispepsia, Costivenesi, Dispeptic
Consumption, Bilious Cholic, Erysipelas, Jiluma
lism, Sick Headache, Piles, Liver Complaint, Dys
enlary, Nervous Debility, Palsy, Pleurisj, Worms
and many other diseases which the human family
are afflicted, and asks that he may have the privilege
of offroiling relief to ihe suffering millions, by the
use of hisextiaordinary specific. To prevent fraud
they are sold alone by regularly authorized agent
whosMamei will be published In the county paper
Aoents for Faikpield CouNTr
Bury 4 Beck, Lancaster; C ii Wilson k Co, Rush
villej N B Coulson Sc Co, West Rushville s S B
&C Paden, New Salem; J Ketner, Millersport;
Genhrgan, Baltimore: II & J Leonard, Basil
David Holderman, Amanda; J M Stage, Lock
burn .'Robert Cloud, Liihoioli: SS Russel, Pick
eringlon; I W and F A Thompsou, Canal Win
P S Country Agents can always obtain a new
mpply of Ihe above medicine at Bury and Beck's
December 30, 1846 28ly
COMPOUND SI RUP OP
LIVERWORT AND TAR.
A SAFE and certain CURE for CONSUMP
TION of Ihe LUNGS, Spitting of BLOOD,
Coughs, Colds, Asiluna, Pain in the Side, Bronchi
lit, Whooping Cough, and ALL PULMONARY
Certificate of Dr. tVm. J. Ricliardt altceil known
practitioner of mare Uian twenty years standing.
To all whom it may concern, 1 make the follow
ing statement; Conscious that it may appear un
professional, it is only from a perfect conviction and
thorough knowledge of the essential benefit and
scientific origin of the prrpaiatiou tpoken of that I
Teel cnuslraiiied from A cense ol duty to comply
with the request of the proprietor.
I am a most invelcrate oppotrr of quacks anil
quack medicines in any form, and most fully coin,
cide with Ihe clauses in the Code of Eihics IripIv
udoped by the Medical Convention of Ohio lelating
particularly to that euoject; U may therefore be in
ferred that ii is only from personal experiment with
ihe preparation, and a positive assurance of its
beneficial results, that induces me 10 recommend it
ai being all tnat it represeats itself to be. '
The patient, Mr. Charles Wade, Sixth street,
Market Space, whom I allowed to try the effect of
the medicine, (but w hich 1 would have done under
no consideration whatever had I not teen a copy of
the receipt from which the medicine is prepared,
obtained from the ngent, and which I am satisfied
it authentic,) wns unite low with the early stnget
of pulmonary consumption, foi which I had been
Healing in ihe usual manner, though with leas than
my usual success; at his earnest request, and that
of his friends, 1 examined the leceipt, and was
sufficiently satisfied of its scientific composition to
allow the trial, and I am obliged to confess its effect
was at least surprising, inasmuch thai after ihe con
sumption of Ihe second botlle my professional visili
were discontinued, though I frequently saw my pa
tient afterwards, restored 10 perfect health.
The preparation is railed "Dr. Rogers' Com
pound Syrup of Liverwort and Tar;" and from die
examination of the receipt and the success in my
own experiment, I do conscientiously recommend
I as a useful and valuable medicine; and I should
unje my brother practitioners to procure the receipt,
as I Icsl convinced they will agree wilh ma as 10 ils
excellence, and will no doubt use it in their prac
tice, as 1 lmll most certainly do, believing it to be
a most valuable aid in pulmonary cases that baffle
the ordinary mode of treatment.
WJI.J. RICHARDS, M.D.
Cidciniiaii, Oct. 1, 1844.
ASTONISHING CURE! !
Of Mrs. Benj. Smith, living on ihe north fids ns
Ami street, one square north of the Cincinnati Hof
silnl. I his is lo corlify that my wife was attacked with
a violent rough, which settled on her limes and re-
duced her so low that her physician could do no
more for her. She exhibited precisely the same
symptoms as my daughter did before her death (she
having died wilh the same disease) and all our
friends were convinced she would live Out a
short time longer. I was at this lime recommended
to try Dr. Rogers' celebrated Syrup of Livei
won and Tar. Wilh little or no hones. 1 Drocured
a botile of the agent iu this city, and upon return
ins, 1 found my wife absolutely strangling with her
Cough. I commenced giving large doses a tea-
poonful every hour, fur forty-eieht hours which
raised her as by a miracle. I have since admiiiis
lered it in small doses, which has brought her lo
the use of liic fourth botlle. and she is now rloinir
her house-work as usual. 1 have not the slightest
doubt tlisl she would have been in her grave but fur
ihis invaluable medicine; and I return my sincere
thanks to the eminent inventor of ii, and do most
urgently recommend all persens afflicted wilh anr
disease of the lungs tu give it a trial.
1 certify that my husband's statement of my ease
above, is strictly correct in every particular, and
most cordially join him in grateful thanks for the
benefit 1 nave derived from iliii valuable medicine.
Cincinnati, Feb. 13ih, 1845.
A. L.SUOVILL Wholesale Agent for tho
West and South Southeast corner of Sib and Race
Streets, Ciiiciimaii. Ohio,
The above valuable medicine are alto for sale nt
BURY Si BECK, Druggists,
Lancaster, June 4, 1847. J y33.
From the Rev. Dr. Babcock, formerly President
of Watcrville Collegi. Maine.
From intimate personul acquaintance with Dr.
D. Jayne, a regular student uf the Med ieal tTntvei.
sity ol I'eniisylvnnin, mid an experienced, suc
cessful practitioner of medicino, I was prepared
to npprociuto the numerous testimoniM. in i'...-r
of Ins different medical preparations, much more
ighly than the grent majority of those which are
xteusivoly eulogised. On trial of thmn in mv
own family, nnd some of them personally, I havo
more than realized these favnralilx
Thoy are what thoy profess to be not quack
medicines but skifl'iiilv nrenarud antidotes ful
some of the most alllictive of human dieoases. I
know tlmt thev are hiulil v stmnl rV,in,.i
ly prescribed, by some of the most respectable of
the regnlnr practitioners of medicine 111 this city
and elsewhere, and I do not hesitate to commend
them as a valuable addition to our matoira medics,
and a 8afc. as well as eminently useful remedy for
tho diseased. Rums Babcock, Jr., D
; Philadelphia, June 7, 1838.
' For Bale by BURY & BECK, Lancaster Ohio.
July 30, 1847.. . 3wl?.
Dr. Wlstar's Balaam of Wild Cherry.
This celebrated remedy is a compound balsa
mic preparation of the Wild Cherry Bark ami
Most of Iceland, combined by a new chemical
process with the Extract of Pine. 80 snlntary
have been its effects in all cases when administer,
ed lor Coughs.. Asthma. ('i,nw.Tm .nr
disease of the lungs, that many ol the most dis
tinguished physicians have approved and recom
mended it, nnd opouly acknowledged it the most
valuuble medicine ever discovered. It is truly a
valuable medicine, and is affectins an immense
amount of good in the relief of suffering humanity.
' ino genuine wistar's Balsam is sold only
by Maccrackou & Galbraith. . 2wl3.
For sale at the Gazette Ac Express Office
Ll f WrSs