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Cate JTortugu Ntm,
By Telegraph For the Zantnille Courier, .
TEN DAYS LATER FROM ENGLAND.
Continued Ueelln in Flour and Grain
MONEY MARKET DEPRESSED.
Philadelphia, August 309 P. M.
Tli Stnamr fiauiJalaiiiver, Captain
Ilosken, has arrived at New York, from !
Liverpool, bringing dutes to the 14th of
Flour was declining. Tins is caused
by the large receipts of foreign grain.by
the promising appearance of tho crops,
and by the continual pressure in the mo
Western Canal Flour is quoted at 2on
27s. per barrel. Soifr, 21 a 22s.; Rich
mond and Affstf rttria 2425. rhila
delphia anS BatiimVre 2is. 6d.a25s.
Wheat has declined 3d. per 70 lbs.;
T..1;nn O.nrn 9s nflf (111 a It Of.
P.vrTnN Prices are firm with sales of
onnrt 1nlaa at 71r1&7Ad. average, per lb,
There have been failures in London,
which have had a tendency to depress
In the Funds, consols rated at 87a87 J.
Bank Stock 195al97. There was some
uneasiness caused by the failures of two
heavy houses in Coventry, with liabilities
to over half a million.
Foreign Exchanges had decidedly im
proved, the course of the Bank of Eng
land having had a favorablo effect on the
rates of exchange.
Some think that Flour will go down to
More Troops. From the Washington
Union, of Saturday last, we loarn that the
War Department has iust called for five
morn rnoi merits of Volunteers. Two of
them are to be drawn from Kentucky,
two from Tennessee and one from Indi
ana. These troops are expected to be
vapidly raised, the Executive having re
ceived offers from those States which in
duce that belief. "Let the enemy be assur
ed," says the Union, "that they have to
deal with an Administration which will
not shrink from the most energetic execu
tion of its duties." Zanenmlle Courier.
Kentucky Legislature. The lower
House stands, according to full returns,
59 whigs to 41 Locofocos. The Senate
about 26 Whigs to 14 Locos; but of this
we are not certainly informed within
one or two.
LANCASTER, Friday, September 3. 1847
COrlRMCTKD WIIKLT r KlKKtAD DOTT.
.$4 a 4,25
.. 124 lti
Dried Apple,.. .
Home Thlevea About-Slngnlr SagaoUy.
Two horses belonging to Mr. Samuel
W. Tice of Springfield, strayed away on
Tuesday, and no trace of them was dis
covered until Wedneseay, when he found
one of them near town. Finding all
Rem-rli for the other ineffectual, he at
lie mounted and cave
animal, who pursued a devious road
through the woods to a lonely thicket a
bout three miles south east of town,
where the missing horse was found, tied
White Fish,... in 10
Hickeial 18 00
Cav. Tobacco.. 14-333
Kontiicky do ...Tkfai
By Telegraph. For the Zane.tville Courier.
Nkw Yoiik, August 315 o'clock P. M.
Wheat Snlea of Southern Reds, not prime
at 120 cen la, 3UU0 litnliels.
Cons Sales, Mixod, ut 73 cents; of Yellow ut
715 cent, and the market is active.
Provisions The demand is more active, but
no change in prices. Lard ia linn at last quota
tions, out without activity..
Dai.timork, August 316 o'clock 1' M.
- Fi.ot'R Sales of Howard streel at $5,50: City
Mills is lmlil at same ficure without sales. There
are, however, more buyers than teller, at these
Whkat Sales of prime White at 112'3ill5ct',
and of prime Red at lUC'cvlll) cents.
t oris Sa os 0 mixed at vain ceiim.
Vnovmnm No clinnso. There is rather more
,1. .1111111(1 hut iIib niiii kot is still dull.
The Stock market ia dull and looking down
riTTSBURnn. August 31 6 o clock T. M.
2 feet 3 inches water ill the channel and at
V I.I 1 11 R 1 iiles nt 4.61!i4,75. Tho market
i dull, nnd Di ices are oil the decline
Bacon Sales of Western, Hog round, at 8 ct.
Whiskkt Sales of uew at Ww 19 cents.
Zarksvillk, August 31
Wheutbrinss75 cents. Flour sells ut $5,a$5,.
50 Oats 17620 cents. Corn WaiW cents; Wli
key No change Courier,
Burni.o.N. V. August 27.
Flour More enquiry and sales of Zaitesville
and other brands at 5, Sales, afterward at f 1
Wiikat Cleveland held at $1,00 without sales
Cork Market uctwe undsules ready. S!U,Uu0
l,iwli,.Unt 532)55A cents.
Buttkb For good dairy 1314 cents, would
Ci.xvei.anv, August 28.
Flour More activity and prices mny'be qnot
cd at $4.874'S$5.
Wiikat Sales nt fl.U'J.
Corn Sales at 48'i 50 cents.
Cincinnati, August 30.
Vi our No sales, au.l limited receipts. Ee
tailors oiler $4.
Whiskkv- Sab s 294 burrelsal 17 cents.
Chiixicotiik, August 24
The price of Wheat ranges from 70 to 75 cents.
Flour retails atl 14,25; Corn 25 in ear, 28 cents,
l.Hfl: Oats 17c: Barlev 40 a-45c; Flaxseed 62c:
Beans 50-2)ti2c; Lurd. 61264 cenU; Bacon, Hog
round, 6 cents. Gazette.
t) s f
18 S r
. 124 mi
RAYMOND &, WAKING'S
r.fW A ...V
H Ia 1 1 C A Li X O 'V 1 C IS.
b. wxlliaivi nsonra,
AORAL-UATE of GOTT1NGEN, having lo
rated in Lancaster, hereby lenders bis scr.
vims Ui the pulilic. in the various branches of
MEDICINE. SCIIGKRY, &.
COFFICF. In Hie Brick IIoue of Henry
Arnold, Comer of Main anil Columbus Street. '
Lancasler, August 20, 1847. iw!5
BEST rirxiH .M-ii
AASSORTF.D, from8by 10 to 21 bv 25. f.
sale by CKORGK KAl'FFMAN.
Lancaster, Augut20, 1847. 15
I I.IX.S t l.
11IIK IIIC.HKST PRICK iu CASH will U
giveu for FLAX-SF.F.I) by
Lanrnster, August 20, 1847. J5
MAItRlKD On the 3d lust., in Willoughby,
hit on the expedient of letting the Lake county, by the Rev. Dr. Landnn.of Bleudon,
, l,n,l fnn,1 .lisenvpr the otlior !' WELLS, M. 1)., of Carroll, Fuirfield couu-
iehad found, discover the on or. MELINDA E. CARROLL, of the for-
)tinted and cave the reins to the ' t.a
tin t he ''filli Aneust. uy 1110 nev. 1.
Benadum. Mr. JOHN S. M1LLF.R nnd Miss
MARGARET POWEL. of Bloom township.
On the 2Cth dnv ot Aneust. 1847. by the Kev,
David H. Swartz. Mr. WILLIAM H. KlCEand
Miss ELIZABETH KEMERER, all of Pleasant
Mr.Ticeeains by the operation the Township, Fairfield County, Ohio.
halter bointr a new one-but we would I 8 47, i ;?,. ;
advise no ono 10 iry mo oADiuiiuiit i of Pleasaut Xowoahi p, Fairfield county, Ohio.
nnuing uaiters its inui way. u.
Breach of Promise.
It may be a satisfaction to all parties
to know that hereafter in Pennsylvania,
in cases of this kind, the evidence ot a
Dissolution of Partnership.
TOTICE is hereby given, that the partnership
m heretofore existing between the firm of
AI.SPAUGH&BEATTY is ttusday dissolveu uy
mutnnl consent of the parties, and the business
will in luture be conducted by M. A Lol Avuii
promise and acceptance must be positive, alone. All porsonB having unsettled accountsdue
I . 1 . . r. . .i l ...:u l .a muII u..l ..Imsa n Inn same
and not inferential, the supreme urn aKr.CLV. o
having lately so decided in a case in ' M. ALSPAUGH,
Triumphant Entry of the New and Gorgenui
ROMAN BAND CHARIOT!
Drawn by Ten Grey Horses of the Largest Size!
rilllLS magnificent Cur outvies in beauty and
J splendor any thing of the kind ever beheld.
lu trout it present!! Ilurculean ngures one re i
resenting Neptune blowing his sen shell, the oili
er that of Colossus of Rhodes bearing und em
blem of heathen mythology. The whole chariot
is composed of statuary ouu literally covered with
Uolil. 1 Uo panuels are auorucu Willi apprnnri.
ate paintings. The tout eatemule is perlcct oe-
liigsurinounteil by an immense canopy, supportcu
by two Giraffct, and decorated with silken la
pustery, on the apex of which is perched the A-
The leiiL'lh of chariot 30 leet.
Height to summit of canopy 20 feet.
The weight is full 81100 lbs.
WILL BE EXHIBITED AT LANCASTER,
On Wednesday. September 8, 1847,
For one day only, from 1 P. M. to 4. V. M-
ADMISSION 25 CENTS;
Children under ten yars of K 1 Cents.
RAYMOND &. WARINfi would niinouuce to
the citizens of the West that they will now have
an opportunity of seeing the celebrated, brave,
with bis highly trained LioKS.TioKRS.and Leop
ard. Ho stands at the head of all tamkbs of
wild beasts, and has been styled by critics tiie
'Lion King." as he has exposed his life before
this in subduing the largest and most terrible
Lion ever caught; this animal is at present in his
possession, and hus repeutedly saved his life, when
exercising the other beasts in the perforiningcage.
Uhiksbach's pet Tiger's teats, together with in
of the Lion and Leopards, have been beheld and
admired by millions; he actually miives a Wn.n
Lion, hnrnessnri to a car, thus showing the su-
t!iorri muinitV flf IT1III1 llllOVO tlie brilte.
The wir.n tknaxts ok thk forkst, from the
huge aud docile Elephant, the majestic Lion of un-
evnlnre.l Africa. tllB fiert'O T'li!r of the Bengal
Jungles, the beautiful Leopard, tho phivlull bill
ferocious Bear, gentle Oazellc, tho useful and ;ia
tieut Camel, the curiously striped Zebra, the
i.i.:.... u.mt.n tliM ctoullliv I'unther. the
giau ruwunij: ujntH, ... - --v - t '
I ." lc.lf ,l. Ii.ir Vnr down lliioiiL'h all
SIllUU II, 'U, mo V......--.0 - , ' , ..
the lesser grades, are here uelieiu witn peneci
safety, true to their nature nt times, but perfectly
abject to the control oi man, me umu or i.a-
Fowls of the Atn and reptiles, mo most
l,, rata varied, and danzorous ot their
species ore comprised in this valuable combina
tion; description is powerless uuu .ai.c vu
ed to admit it. BuHice it to say that tho propri-
etors are of theoldest standing nnd Wgtiesi ceiei).
rity, and devoted years or toil ana expense to me
present collection, which is pronunccd, iu Europe
and America, pf.fectlt unparalleled.
The moral and useful purposes which an
exhibition like this can serve, are perceived oy
all, and acknowledged by all moralists and thiuk
ina minds; the Exhibition serves to entertain and
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instruct an in me wosdhbiul
tireme Beinsr. and is particularly impressive on
the minds of youth. The whole Menogorie is
Particular reloreuce is given to Mammoth Bills,
Posters, and Lithograph in the principal Hotels.
tSTThe whole Menagane, tn emertng earn
town preeeeded by the Chariot, containing the
Nev York Bran Band, will forma Grand Pro-
cation of thirty vantages, containing me van
out animatt, and drawn by one hundred horsei.
Will also be at Logan on Sept. 7 tb Somerset,
Sept. 9lh, 1847.
J 13 S T U C Va 1 Y W
AND PUR HAI.E,
KEOS l't'RK WHITE LEAD, and
Barrels LINSEED OIL. bv
Laiicnster. Aug. 13 1847. . I I
2K Bags (ireen and Yellow RIO COFFEE;
J 3 Bags BLACK PEITEH;
VOUXG HYSON ami IMPERIAL TEAS. &c.
For sale by . OKOKfiE KAL'FFMAN.
Lamafter, August 13, 1847 1 1
10 IIai i eI Taiiiiri'! Oil.
Cheat and Urowr Rich. IV11TDP& I IPP S XTl CBirVTMTi
71114 hM th principl oT loa Mi, rh. AlHilULII L.'WlUU Ait U CILLMJiU
ST received and for side by
Laucunter. August 13, 1847.
Manager. JOHN W. SMITH.
Ager.t -H. 1L WH1TLECK.
THIS MONSTER ESTABLISHMENT
Largest ami Crandesl in llie
t'AM AT Till:
OLD DRUG STORE,
AI see a liesn supply ol 1)1(1 .(is ninl .Mi;.
D1C1NES l'AINTS nud DYE STI FFS.
For sale low. OEOIffiE KAL'FFMAN.
Lancaster, August 13, 1847. 14
10 J;trrt'l Water Lime.
BEST QUALITY, for sale by
Lancaster. August 13, 1817. 31
which the circumstances were most ag
gravated, and which ought to have jus-
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titled such an lnierence it anytningcouiu.
Ladies will, therefore see to tho neces
sity of brincinir their lovers up to the
point, and make them pop the question
Baltimore, August 31, 1847.
, D. 1047,
,...i .,. r.t ii,o i'U.U'j ntfirn of the Court of
directly, otherwise it will not amount to Commoll pe, f Fairfield County. Ohio, ugainst
Attach incut lXolicc.
IVTOTICE is horcbv Given, that Jumc
Pratt, on the 2 1st dav of August, A.
INtalc ol' Lvc Itotvmati.
NOTICE is hereby given, that the undersigned
has been legally appointed aud qualilied us
Executor of the Estate of Eve Bowma.v, lute of
Hern Township, Fairfield County. Ohio, deceased.
All persons concerned will tln-refore take notice
accordingly. JOHN A. COLLINS, Ext'lvr.
August 20, 1847. 4wl5
Zanesville tVHnvM illeTiiru
' I ' III'. CoinniUsioiicr, under authority of the
I Legislaturo "to examine fully the works, pa
pers and doings" of the Zanesville and Maysville
Turnpike Company , is ready lo receive any com
iniiuicali'iiis. rel.ilive to matters ilcniauiliiii! in
vestigation, which liaise interested may wish Ui
make. It is expected that all Mateinent will be
properly verified by llie parties in tho case.
Letter cau bo forwarded to the address of the
undersigned at Lancaster, care of J. I). Martin,
Sec'y. of tho Zanesville & Maysviile Turnpike
Company. J. THOMAS.
Lancaster, August 13, 1817. till
A Tine farm lor Sale. I
ONE Hundred and Thiriy-tbree Acres of Laud
near Huvensport, iu Fairfield County, well
improved and iu good condition, will be sold at
private sale, on terms to suit purchasers.
About Forty Acresare covered with an excel
lent growth of timber, and tho balance is under
cultivation. There are on it a good Dwelliug
House and Barn, and suitable nut-houses: a good
Well of Water near the Kitchen aud another in
the Barn-Yard. Anyone wishing to purchase a
first rate farm will find this a rare chance. It lies
adjoining the lauds of Judge .Martin aud Joel lta-
For terms and other particulars apply to the
owners Henry O. and John Hanna on the premi
ses, or to the undersigned ill Lancaster.
Al. A. UALUllbUTY.
Laucaster, August 13, 1847. 1 4
much. Tliey also must be prepared to the goods, chattels, rights.eredits, moneys, etiects,
anv 'Vn"in nn nnen. loud voice, as we lands and tenements ol John JacUson, lor llie Mini
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question much whotherfaiuting away, the
o H mnnnnr ot acrentauce. is now sum-
cient. Bait, Sun.
DI8KASB OP THK LUNGS.
ot Five Hundred Dollars duiungos; which writ
ins been served nnd returned.
Attest JOEL RAlJEBAUlill, UlarK.
Martin Effinokr, Attorneys.
September 3, 1847. pileefl,7S owl
How -ry import-ntlt i. for tl-j.o V A T II A It L MILL ' HOPE 11 T 1
rxu u - i . . . .... -
nrociire somethinz to arrest the insidious d
er, CONSUMPTION, before it takes too deep a
root and destrov lite! Have not thousands tes.
tilied to the beneficial effect of ' Dr. Duncan'
Expectorant remedy" a safe and certain medi
cine, prepared expressly for the cure of diseases
of the chest.
Read the testimony of thousands who have been
cured bv the timelv use of this medicine. One
bottle is sufficient, in manv cases, to test it cum.
tive virtue. Why then, procrastinate, from time
to time, until it be too late.
Call at Dr. Diincnu's Western Medical Office
No. 151 Svcamore L Cm. Ohio.
For sale by Mucccrackeu & Galbraitb, Lancaste
Valuable Inarms lor Sale,
BY virtue of n deed of trust executed to me
by William Thompson of Fairfield county,
Ohio, dated August 10, A. D. 18 16, 1 will offer
lor sale at Dublic vendue, at the old Court House
in Columbus. Franklin couutv. ou Wodnesday,
the 22 day of this month, between tlio hours of
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10 A. M. anrt 4 Y. M. (.uniesi disposed oi oy pri
vute salenrinr to that dav.) the following preinis.
os situated in Fuirfield county, Ohio, and bounded
and described as follows, to witi
A certain tract or parcel of laud known and
distinguished by being one hundred and nine
acres more or less, from off the north side of the
south east Quarter of section number nine, in
township number fifteen, and ronee number
twenty, it being the whole remaining balance of
said quarter section, Bfterdeducting from the same
fifty-two acre and fifty-six poles and i all the
land conveyed to said Thompson by John McAr
tliur and wife, by deed dated November the third
A. D. 1827, which deed is tcorded in tho Recor
der' office of taid Fairfield couuty, iu Book R,
page 530 and 531.
Aim rnrtnin other tract or parcel of land situ
ated in said Fairfield county, known and distin
guished by being fifty-two acre from off the
south east quarter of section number nine, in
tnwnshin number fifteen, and ranee number twen
ty, and also one pole in width from the north east
Pn'rn.i.nf the aforesaid fiftv two acres north with
the section line till it intersect the west end of
Columbus treel in the town of Pickerington, be-
FARM FOR SALE.
MIE subscriber desirous of devoting himself
tn his profession, wishes to dispose ol the
ncnnnvttf nil which bn now resides, consisting of
ii S , W-MILL in sood repair, and a GRIST-MILL
wilh two run of Stones (one now in operation;
with 95 ACRES ofGOOD LAM,nuout lucieur
ed and under good cultivation, the rest well tim
bered with Oak, Pine, llcmlocu, oc.
There is also on the place a handsome YOUNG
OnCHARD of APPLES, PEACHES nndCHER
RTI'.S. all grafted fruit of the host kinds, Grapes
and Shrubbery in the Girden, and a very conve
nient and roomy House: also two omer cumiurw
fliaiLMinted for a Miller. &c.
The above property is situated on Clearcrock. a
beautiful stream, and one of tho best for Mills in
the Suite, affording plenty ol water to run tlie
Milluttll tlin vpftr! ant I about lOmilos south of Lan
caster, in one of the most healthy, beautiful and
romantic portion ot (Jluo. 1 nere are aeven or
eight never failing Springs of excellent water on
the place. , .
Here is also nn excellent chance lor raising
Stock, the woods affording plonty ol pasture in
summer, and the farm and mill producing plenty
of food for winter.
Further description is deemed unnecessary as
purchasers are requested to call and examine for
The property will bn sold cheap nnd on reason
able payment, if application be made booh,
come or you mny miss a bargain.
Ponsession given lmmeniaieiy, aim no umjuo"
tionable title. ' J- L. McABOY.
September 3, 1847. , 3'?
Lancaster Female Academy
The Fall term of this school will commence on
Mmiilnv Kntiteniber 6th.
Encouraged by shccqbs Mis. Ely will make in
creased effort to secure a continnnnce of tho pat
ronage ho has so richly enjoyed. J lie pupils
will be urraiigod in two distinct department.
The 1 at. under tho immediate instruction of Mrs.
Ely. The 2d or primary department under Miss
Helen M Barker.
1st. Dkpartmf.nt Genmetrv, Mental and Mor
al Philosophy, Rhetoric. Elemeiitsof Criticism, As
tronomy, Chemistry composition tc. .i uu.
Arithmetic, Geography, Nat. Philosophy, Physi
ology, Botany, Aualysis, Grammar, Composition
& M "
2d. Dki'Aiitmf.nt Arithmetic Grammar. Ge-n-'rapby,
Writing. History, Composition Spelling,
Spelling and Reading $- -'0
French Diawiuc and Pnintiug. ouch f2 00
Lancaster, August 27, 1347.
J. W. ELY.
Valuable Real Estate for sale
T"!Y virtue of nn order from the Court of Com-
I 1 mon Pleas for Fairfield County, Ohio, I will
oiler nt Public Sale, at the Court House door ,iu
the Town of Lnnciister.iii said Fairfield Comity, on
Satnrdny (he 18th day of Brpteinber, 1S47,
between the hours of 12 o'clock M, nnd four o'
clock P. M. of said dav, the following described
Real Estate, belonging to the Estate ot the lute
General Daviii Rms, deceased, viz: 100 Acres
of Laud off the West side of a Farm belonging to
suid deceased in Greenfield Township 3 miles
North from Lancaster, iu Section No. 24. Town
ship No. 15. Range No. li): Also, 114 Acres West
part of the Northeast Quarter of Section No. ID,
Township No. 14. Range No. 18, known as the old
Home Fnrm of said deceased Also. Iu-Lol No. 7,
in the 12th Square of the To wu of Lancaster, and
being the residence of said deceased, at the time
of his death; Also, part of lu-Lnt No 11. iu the 8 ill
Square of said Town, known as the "Checkered
Store." on Main Street. The Town property will
be sold subject to the widow s dower, as now
laid nil'. The Luuds will be sold clour and free
Tlio nbovo described property is well improved
and worth the attention of purchasers. Terms
of Sale One-third part iu hand, ninl llio residue
in two equal aiiuilal pavnionts, with interest from
the day of sulo. JOHN A. COLLINS. Adin'tor
with the Will annexed.
August 13. 1817. 5vl4plf3,75
200! Persons and Horses!
Th most Brilliant Musical Fsstiral and Concert
Equestrian, Gymnastic and Dramatic
Entertainment, of the Ilighest Order.
THE TRAPPINGS AND HOUSINGS OF IN
The Costumes and Paraphernalia of Clut
2i Superb. Spirited, Wrll Trained
3( Cmrrtmgre mf lurrritmbl
40 Hrllt of llnrmm of Vrmf
wrendent hpietuloHr !
DOUBLE WATER PROOF PAVILION!
Stilling 4000 Persons wilh unparalleled
Brilliantly Illnnunated br 330 Powerful Reflso.
A PRINCELY FORTUNE
II as been profusely lavished, and the Krrict oi
100 MECHANICS AND ARTISANS !
Of acknowledged Tails and Ingenuity, kept la
constant reqiusiuon for Five Months, In designing
and Executing the Appurtenances and FropcrUM
of this Gigantic Scheme, in a s'rle of Unprece.
dented Magnificence, reselling in the most exqolft.
he Mechanical Gems, and the most gratifying
Chef a'aurrr of American f kjlL
KENDALL'S BRASS BAND.
IS Ficked Musicians, in Lustrous Uniforms,
of a celebrily in both Hemispheres to vrhieh no oilier
ha ral impires. led by the IMMORTAL EDWARD
KENDALL, whose fame s Ihe RaASJ'O I'1
ILSli lis penetrated every circle to winch music
lius uccevs, at once gives tone to the pure and admi
rable amuienieiiu of the Monster Circus, whether in
leading the immekikly extesdzo raocimos in
the ,HS3LB3 VbhlZZili W.HV.IQ 013 or
awakening the eehoenol tlie streets while K&ZlJSl'SS
hi li JUS21T Cm2S6933 Sliiia, or
metamorphosing the perfo nuance into a
not the Ieat attractive feature in which will be lit
never to he forgotten
S0I.0 L'l'ON HIS MAGIC SILVER BUGLE.
35 Widely t ell bra led Lndf nud Vett'
at the atme of iheir profession, the most numerous
and talented troupe of performers ever conceiitrstrd
in one circle, vie : Messrs C. J. Ropers, W. W
Nichols. ). W. Smith, J. McFarland, .Mm Shindte,
Victor Piqm'-t, .1. Blaikwood, 8. D Baldwin, R.
Kossiler, Iau. Einniel, E. .M Dickenson. Handan
na Brown, Sam. JoIiuwmi, G. O. Knspp. Alex. Rock
well, Jos. Wiley, T. Sparks. W. Rutsel, J. Adams,
1. Everts, M. Wayne, O. Thompson, T. Wheeler,
H. Wright, Ac. tc Masters Harvey, Walters and
Piquet. Mesdames Tiionipson. Rockwell, Everts,
Knar-p, M7ayne, Emmet, Wright, Delsmore, kc. Ice.
The lona favorite clown G O. KNAPP, and that
brillmnt .Teleor iu Ihe orbit of the Hippodrome.
ALEX. ROCKWELL, KING of GROTESQUES,
pror.onnced by acclumation, by the moble anu ke
FiNKU of Great Uniian, at ll.e LONDON OPERA
HOUSE, to he Ihe ebtva of ctoumt, indir face of the
competition of the conunediens of Europe. In this
stupendous project, the same rifrid adherauce to pure
taste and refinement that is so strikingly displayed in
Ihe cha.le and beauti'ul outfit, anil indescribably
novel and interesting feats, will be peculiarly ob
serve! in the ininh ot' the comediena
For Ihe Programme of ihe Concert. Synopsis of tlie
Performances and Dramatis Persons ni the Divert
tisments, HolleH, Comedies, Patitomimies, Ac. se
Pamphlets and Descriptive sheets.
AdtniMiou ! Ihe whole, only S3 Cinta.
" lie manager takes pleasure iu ininouncinz that
in additiuu lo this monster troupe, lie lias at nn
enormous expense, secured the services ot (the
greiitest fetiiuie equestrinu of the age.) .
HHDA11E BIARIB MACARTE,
tlie wonder of Europe and America, Also MOXS.
MACARTE, thechumpionvaultorof Europe. M.
.1. LIPMAN, the Champio VirMER or the
World, nnd H. NEEDHAM the celebrated
nnd accomplished Equestrian Director.
This rnninnnV exceeds any iu the United States,
iu niN"iiilicenpe and splendor of ouilit, and for
I'qiiestiiuii lulent and Music it cliiillcuges tlie
NONE CAN EQUAL IT, as there is hut one
NED KENDALL, and butone MADAME MA
This company will have the lintior of perform
ing in l.iiiicustci' TIhii srtiiy, S t. OHi
for one day only. Doom open at 2 P. M. nnd"i
o'l lnck iu the Evening.
-The company will also perform in Cliillicnlhe
Sept. 7th; Circleville 8 tit: Lnliopolis 10th aud Co
lumbus Saturday Soiit 1 1 tls.
Lancaster, August i!7, 11117.
sal rh.jl.-wl dealers inTrM nolo thii'lme. snSther Hits
pfaetlrM ll avx shswlul mpositlonoK irwH OMntry Mr
rhant wlthuut any tear of deterliofi But a new na Hi Hat
Tea Trsde has e aosl ll PMU TEA CfMAV
ehuais u iKmor of Msintrndwetion. Tlwy were the first te
rsise tne Issnrwrr or Helorcn. o waiell lliey nave ItMcrild
lliesimule words"sr, Tse td esl rsrt.' Anns
Pfe revoiuimfi nss heeii inr eoosrum-nt. ijet rorummers
of Tea every where look at what we have done.
Is). M i were the first lo send Ihem Teas that need le t
e.4lit t,M, r'KMi f n them heore.
Hd. H have driven rail ofth market vsat amount of
trash, and iiiirodueed a Wir rlsaa of Tens iun has yet
ever Imea sold: lHtiMWtrsuf 'I'm nOea eonie lO QB 10 Set
; tor llieir ass ns. and for Iheir frleuds, fine jnslili Hy
tan nun iMtwnors i-Mr.
d. IVe h.np" rediu ed prieei n.m. than JS per eeilt Jwlh
in Blifk n, (Ireen lean. The nrhnlemle frirm anv e
are niininf ihe trade and call us humlmrs I hia a have
done Slrra.lv. and now a wlntl We are ready to do
1st. We will sell 'l eas hy llie irnjle cheat, half euest, or
14 N not al Ihe same prh-es ial si rtolesalr frneera faiy lo
the Importer when ihev hnv hy 'he hundred one kai ea.
sfd. TlH- whotea-ile rreera a:low only 13 or al must 14
list tare io the helf filial. 'I'hia at a elieai. We will ah
low. in moat io1anres, Ti and 16 lbs tare nn tlie same.
3d IV hereby ifoderiahe to sell every kind of Ta
from iu it f vcs uolt ptr friind caeaarr than Ihe whole
sale t rorera do.
How nn we do this ask" the rouuiry mrrrriai.t?
This la our answer. We n'e content Willi aeren per
eeni. profu instead ofltt and SU per rent It wholesale
" IVe deserve tlie itnnks of lire country merehsnn for sa
vins lli.'in lierenfier from heme chested. Lei Ihem eome
totlielterehoiiaeoftl.e PKKIN TnA Cfl
samples of Tea ther tot elsewhere: an
l eas llieit. at hitfli tirieea tl is llieir own
An EniflHih lmporler Inlely homted to its in' ne room
make more money by rendin had Teas to If New Vork
niarkel than on food Teas. We ore resoived loovertbrow
this Irsnd, and now call upon agent iu everv lownof Ihe
t-nnerj ma" to eome rrivnrd auc hoy the leaaimpmiru
hy tl PP.KIS TEA CO , and we pledte oursetvea. that If
in su months ihev rlo not sell more Tea than tne oiceai
id larfrsi d.-sleri in ihe town, we will jive tlwin onr Te
ithout eharie. Thunsoiam Enelish and rannot he mis-
understood. We anneal for testimony toihe immense suc
cess of our Arentsln stty part of ihe Cntted r'tteii.
frT-Afenui wstiieri in every town In Ine t nnen Kistet
for the sale of thee Teat, hy wlneh ihev esn make mottev.
and confer benefit upon the Public hy supplying the pure
CAT ALOOU E OF TEAS
OX SAt.E AT THE WARKHorSK Of THE
PEKIN TEA COMPANY,
75 and 77 FuUon tt., A. Y.
The Teas mentioned tn this Caialofue are done up in
Jti.irler Klund. half poltnrf, anrt one pound pacaasea ine
irsi. or ineldi; wrapiier is lead. Ihe seeond wrapis-r is wnler
proof siH-r, and llie third or miiside wrapper is of Cbtiiese
ri.-epatier. TlieCoinimny sell none Isinond Tens, done
up in Hits superior manner, all of Ihem frown in tire most
ItuiUNMisdiatM'-le in China Country dealers may aeleel
as small a qiianidr of earh kind aa they like, and hare
ihem in r ken In one chess. These Teas also eome in five
pound l.'liinee fist-kaees.ealled qtiattoons, very couvetl.
ienl.faneirnl and portals sheire.
Persons resiling in anv part of the Polled Sllhles Or
Canada, rnn order any of the Tens In the Catalogue, hy tel.
ler. in quantities lo suit their wishes. Vie park Itiei in
Chinese (sues aim deliver them to the Korwardinc Mer
chant free from charte for p.irkinsorrariaje. The mon
ey liuutd always aeeompany the order.
YOUNO IIVS0N, good
Do do tweet cargo
Do do do do finer
Do do fine cargo ,
Do do extra line
Do do Silver Leaf
Si"r Leaf Seldom old even hy large dealers,
lie-cause or llie very small profits made on its
sale. This is very roperior Ten
Do do Golden Chop I'lstita-
tiou or Garden growth 1 SO
CloUrr C'.p This Ihe flnt fireen -re cultivated In
Chins, ll is of the first pirkinx. and en-els all other
Green leas P.r its rtelieary of flavor, firen'.'lh and aroma.
Heretofore ibis lea has never rearlwd this country, ex
cept in smalt tots, as presents to Importers,
HYSON, very fine 00 75
rTMIK Duplicnte of Taxes lovied for Cornora
X lion purposes for the year 1847 has lieen
placed ill my hands for collection. I will there
fore proceed after the first day of September noxt
to collect the same according to law.
GEORGE WORRELL, Martial.
Lancaster, August 27, 1847. 3wl6.
FAIRFIELD COMMON PLEAS.
Pendleton Riley & Co
T.evi Anderson tl alt.
BY virtue of an toi writ of sale and reference
to tne directed from the Court ol Common
Plena, for the County nl Fairfield and State
Ohio, I will offer ano expose to galo by public
Estate of John Augustus.
NOTICE is hereby given that tho subscriber
hsia been nnnoiiiledand aunlificd as execu
tor nn the estate of .John Augustus Sen., late of
Fuirfield County, deceased.
DAVID ALHL'SILS txecuior,
Lnncuster August 20, 1847. 4wl6,
Estate of Elizabeth Morton.
NOTICE is hereby given that the subscriber
hns been appointed nud qualified ns Admin
istrator de bonis lion on the estate of Elizabeth
Morton, late of Fairfield County, decensed.
. JOHN McAniTic.lv, Aaminittraior.
Lancaster August 18, 1847. 4wl6.
Estate of Daniel Boisel.
NOTICE is hereby given, that the undersigned
Imaliecn annointed und duly qualified, as
Administrator de bomt rum ol tho Estate or UaN'
net. Hoi sr. I,, deceased, lBte of Fairfield County,
Ohio. ' . .
WILLIAM HAMILTON.. Adm. de oontt non.
Clearcreok township, July 30, 1847. 4'16
ing the umi premise old and conveyed to said vendue, at llie Door of the Court House m the
Thompson by Jacob Pickering and wile by deed, Town of Lancaster, on
dated July 15, A. D. 1834. which deed is record
edin ins Recorder s otnee oi sam rairneiu coun-
Monday the 8Tth day of lepte-mber next,
between the hour of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'
ty, in Book W. page 479. clock P. M. of mid day, the following decnbed
Also a certain other tract or pnrcel ot land sit- Rerd Etnte, to-wit:
liate in aid Fail-field county, Bnd known and di- i. The Wait half ut In-LotNo 10, in SquareNo,
cuithed by being the balance ot tlie west nan oi a , the Town ot Lancaster Appraised nt fj'ou
a0.ioii n imoer unit), in luwuaiui' iiuiiiudi iin.on, v. imi 1.01 1 iiinuiiinii; liniiwwioi i nw. v,
and in range number twenty, alter deducting
therefrom one hundred acres lormerly owned by
John Sliirder, and eighty acre formerly ownd u;
Amo Davis.aid premise containing one hun
dred and twenty-eight acre more or les, and the
name sold and conveyed to said Thompson by
Charle C. Hood and wife Hy deed, dted July
IjjA. Cf lSlDLwhich deed is recorded in the Re-
corder'fficVoTaid Fifrfield county, in Boot M."
piga 634. , '
All of theaid land lie near to the town of
Pickerington. Term of ale Cash. -'
, b - ;-...V. DENNISON, Jr. ;,
Sept 3 1847. Stata Journal. ' pf$4 3
J O ' ,
west, coiitainnig 2 37-100 Acres Appruisea ui
$200. . ."
Dut-T.ot hounded on the west by
To.t.nt Nn. IU in Camenter' Addition lo the
Town of Lancaster being bo much of said Out
Lot a is included between the Road from Lu
abiIcf a AttiAna and thx Hnckinr? Canal and In'
l.ot Nn. illit hninrr the same Tract conveyed
to iaid Anderson "by George Ring and Wife, by
deed recorded in Boon no. o, p. z Apprmsea
at75. Tcrmt of Sale Can in Hand.
, . . , P. B. EW1NG,
i , .' ' Matter Commitsioner.
August 20, 1347, , t .;. . , . 0wl5 pf $3,75.
Slier ill's Sale.
BY virtue of n Fi, ct Lev. Fa. to me directed
from the Court of Common Pleas for Fairfield
County Unio. l will oner and exposo to suio uy
fuulic vendue and outcry, at tne door oi tne oun
Ioue, on Monday the 27th dny of September
next, between the hours ol 10 o elocK A. M. ana
4 o'clock P. M.ofuiddny, the followingdescrib-
d Land and Tenements, to-wit: In-Lot No 4, ill
the 15th Square of the Town of Lancaster, Fair
field County, Ohio, together with all the improve
ment thereon belonging. Taken in execution s
the property of William Cox, at the suit of Snmuel
Beery, lor the use ol tne Trustee oi tne .kan-
caster Ohio Bank. Terms ol srile casn in nano.
ELIAS PERRY, Sheriff F. C.
August 27, 1847. , Swl6prfee$2,25
u Fairfield Common Pleas.
PETITION FOR PARTITION.
James M. Hubor.
ieorgo Arnold and Mary A. his wife, late Mary
A. Huber, Horace tlttber, jane A, lluuer, Mil
lison M. Huber, Surah C. Huber, Harriet C.
Huber and Util'us Huber. minor children of Phil
ip Huber, deceased, the heirs-at-law and Ruth
Huber, Widow of Philip Huber, deceased
r HE Dofeudnnt are hereby notified that the
Petitioner hus this dav filod his Petition for
Partition in the Clerk's Ollice uf the Court afore
said, therein demanding that partition be made
subject to assignment of Dower to the Widow.be-
J ., j ri- 1
tweeu tue retuionor hiki kio icicuuniim ycAuepi
as to the said Horace who is charged to have been
advanced in lull by the intestate iu his life time) of
the following parcels ol J. ana, tn-wiu a part oi
Section No. 5. Township No. 13, Range No. 20,
containing 150 50-100 Acres, taking therefrom a
pnrcol ol about 4 50 1UU Acres, conveyeu oy tue
intestate to John Huber. Also, the Southwest
Quarter of Section No. 22, in Township No. 1,
South of Range No. 12, 111 the district ot Land
subject to sale ot Bticyrns, containing 1(0 Acres.
i ., . r. . ..r c.rnM v.. oi
Also, me DOtlltlwesi t'iurir "i 0C1.UU11 nu. ai,
Township No. 1, (South) in Range No. 12, con
taining lbO Acres more or loss, and tne ooutnwesi
Quarter of Section No. 13, in Township No. 1,
(South) of'Runge No. 10, containing 160 Acre of
Laud more or less.
The Defendant will theretore take notice, that
such order will be had at said Court at its next
Term, to be ltolden nn tho 27 tli September next,
a ate prayed for in the snid Petition.
1 J iin.Tn.ro S- r I n IPIITV
Attorney! for Demandant.
August 10, 1847. 6wl4pf 5,25
KVjs (if fresh
iiure White Lend, ritsbuicli and Cin
cinnati brauds, just received nnd for sale by
15LHY ii lSLt- h.
Lancaster, July 9, 1847. 9
I AX-SEED OIL--300
clear Flax-Seed Oil, iust received and for sale
Lnncastor, July 9, 1847.
Fairfield Common Pleas.
Wm. Sladc, Jr., Adin'tor, de -
bonit nor. of Win. W. Irviu.
Heir of mime. J
BY virtuo of an order to me directed in this
cose, I will proceed lo offer at public sale
before the Court House door iu said County, on
Saturday the a 5th. day of September. 18T,
between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'-
loek P. M. of aid day. the folio wini Real Estate.
Two Lot. No. 2 and 3, sulwlivided out of Lot
No 1 aud the West half of Lot No. 2, in the 13th
SauHiaof the Town of Lancaster, as appear by
a Plat of said sub-division remaining in thi ouse.
No. 2 appraised nt $800, No. 3 at $ )000.
Also, No. 3, in the third Square of said To wn.
This Lot is upon tlie Cnnal and has upon it a
good Ware-houses Appraised alf iouu.
Termt Ouo-third in hand and the balance iu
one and two year, with interest.
WILLIAM SLAUb, Jr.
Adminittrator de bonit non of V, V. L-vin.
August 20, 1847. 4wl5 pf $2,00
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
AND SOLICITOR IJT CHANCERT "7 "
lyOrrici. Tallmadge' Building 3d Story.
Lancaster, June 9. 1846. - ..
For sale at the Gazette U Express Office
Fairfield Common Pleas.
David Jennings, Administrator. "1
of Charle Swartt, dec. PETITION
Lydia Swartz. I TO SELL
Lavina Swartz, J LANDS.
The said defendant, being minor children of
said Charle Swartt, dec. will tnne notice mat a
netition was filed by aaid administrator at the May
term. 1847. of the Court of Common Plea for
Fairfield county, State of Ohio, praying for un or
der of aale of Lot No 28, in Hoshor't Addition to
ihsTnwn nf Jnflarson in said cnantv for the rinr-
nnee of navins the debt of taid decedent, and
that at the September Term, 1847, of snid Court
laid order will be entred tip accordingly
JOEL RADtBAUUli; Clerk t .t. r.
, SWFMRRY & VA TbM, AU'ys.
Augut26, 1847. pl$3 50 6wl6.
For s.le at the Gazette and Express Office
In Fairfield Common Pleas.
PETITION TO SELL LANDS.
John R. Muniaugh, Administrator of David Rees.
The Widow nnd Heirs.
TmURSUANT to an order ol the Court ot Com-
JL mon Pleas to me directed, as Administrator
of said Estate, I will ofler at public sale, nt the
door of the Court House iu the town of Lancaster,
in taid County of Fairfield, nn
Saturday t he 85th day of September, 1847.
hntwnen the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'
clock P. M. of said day, the following described
Real Estate, to-wit: I'art ol In-Lot runs. I ana o
and nl'ln.r.ot Nn. fi. in the 1st Sanare of the town
of Lancaster, being the present residence of tbe
Widow of the aid David Ree, Jr , as described
in IrtA nrrlar nf aula In me directed.
The above property will be old subject to the
payment of $33. annually, to the Widow, in lieu
liar rlrtursir thftreln.
The term of sale will be one-third in nnd,one
ihirrl in nna vear. and one-third in twoyesra.with
itit.irr.at from the dav of ale. The House and
Lot appraised at $1,452, and will be told at not
let than too.
JOHN R. MUMAUGH. vlimini.iraror
Of the Et'ateof Daoti Reet.Jr. iteeatei.
Aagust 20, 1847 awiapij.xa
Do Platibttion cruwtli
Do small leaf, plantation growth
Do brik and fragrant
Do curious leaf, very superior
HYSON SKIN', good fine flavor
Do do extra fine
POl'CIION'f.. good, full flavor
Do very superior
Do extra fine
OOLONG, strone. flavor fine
Oolone; This Teai a great favorite and gives
Do very fine.... 00 63
Do iu one pound aud half pound
cattvs. extra fine 00 75
NE PLUS ULTRA 1 50
AH Pf I'ltrm-This Tea ia as fra rant as noaeeav, tt
yields perfiim dial ts tnilr de'if Infill, ll is of crsriten
growth, and superior lo any lhin ofllw hind ever sold
in thw country.
ENGLISH BREAKFAST TEA, fine... 00 50
Do do do extra fine 00 621
HOWQI'A'S MIXTURE, a troug and
rich black Tea Fekoe flavor 00 75
CONGO, good 00 371
Do very tine uu au
PEKOE FLOWERS, good 00 87 J
Do do garden growtn... 1 ou
Beside tbealiove we expect daily from China
several splendid chops of Ten, exclutively impor
ted by the TEKIN TEA CO.. and which we in
tend to copyright lo prevent trickery. Let our
agents get jeady.
Ilrrrlnfiira it has baeii very difficult indt-r-d imprwsibls
lo alwavs obtain sond grrwn and black letis. But now yon
have only to visit llie ware-rooms of the Pekln Tea ivmiv
pnny, 75 aariw FuUon streel. toobtsin ss delrckrai and
friurnml teas as vim could wish for. Dailf laa.
We linve tried the Tens imporirrd by the Pehin TesCom
psuy.i and 77 Fulton si. New York, and if we live will
try iliciii "flee. Tliey are ar-llinx the mon delirious teas
we ever drank, anil retail Ihem at wholesale prices. F.et
Tli. lineal specimens of areen and black leas ever sold in
lliis coniilrv.are imporled try the Pekin Ta Company,;5
a 77 Kiilioii etteri. Those who went good leas at reason-
ahlo prices, ran alwavs'el them tliere IViaaae.
WORD TO I K. URHMH. , IIC 5.1". 1 EU
r-. jc. n Fiiitnti st have imnorted into this market some
five hundred Hinusand dollars worth of the tiiiest frades of
(iteeinind Black leas .grown in the Celestial Empire, done
up in all llie various fancy packages that Chinese .nfenutly
ran invent. It is a privilege tn buy tent al tins t real Ks
lahlislinient. ami a liisurvand a comfort lo drink them.
They nHI eood teas only, and retail them at holesale pti
cm. Country nierchaiits who wishtoalwaysselijood teas
can arays obtain them at this place, on reasonable ternia.
A'r York Courier ai Knqmrtr.
7'he Pekin 7V- fonipany. 75 7 Fulton street, are per
formiuga sreat and Eod work, and will in a few yean, be
yond all doubt drive all Ihu poor teas winch have delated
ilns country, nnd defrauded consumers of the article, out
of lite market. Thev import none but pure and fragrant
less, and nuail litem hy the inr,le pound at wholesale pri
ces Knnulies are always sure oi oniaining ooo leas ai
tliisBrc.it warehouse, in quantities to suit llieir conven
ience, and at the same prie ilutt ihe awrchant pays who
bnvs to sail a-nin.-J' True ft-
Fiat OoLosa ntaca 7Va 71w Pekin 7Va Company
75 77 Pulton stteet. sella a delicious Ocions tea al 30
cents per pound. Consuntersortca, who have been pay
' Ine six shilling pe' pound for this article are requested (o
cuuipnrc ll w lilt ine anove, aim juuzo iwi uiriii.rc
u the Mft. ii you cnn "uy iu m s
per pniind than you hnve been jettlns nt sit shilllnes, you
will tat nhllgMl to us for this nniire. Try tlie Young Hy
son, sold at'thls treat tea Establishment al 75 cents. His
heller than anythin of the kind we have ever hoajhl
elsewhere at one dollar. Crs"n'l Mtirtlser.
ll any of our readers desire tohavejood lea.lhercan
ohiain il of tlie Pekin TVa Company,75 77 F ultoti street
7p7ki Ttk Coatnxv. We very cheerfully call
the attention orall lovers of pure and frnsranl leas, both
in lown and country, le Ihe grcai tea Warelrnnse of this
Company. u' lo"5 ciiiintanc with the Ptoprletors
tnshhTus lo bespeak for them the entire confidence of llie
.i.n. Wm th.ii their teat, both In Quality and price
are all that is slated of them. Many a lover of the frrujrant
i..,h h.. kMnrnmnelled to eschew the drinking of lea in
consponencejofiu injurious e.feels, until at lenqih he hat
become hopeless of findtnr. anion? any of the imported v
.Llio. nf i in onr market, a kind which had not such an
effect In this, however, such persons Will be agreeably
disappointed. 71ie Pekin Ten Company have commence!
the Importation of choice varieties nf Girden teat, of moat
deliciout flavor, cultivated and picked with c real care,
which have heretofore never been Introduced into this
country, axcept as presents to Importers. Among these
they have an OaU'g. mild sszephry, and fragrant as rose
which we specislly recommend to all nervous persons. Its
siTec! niton many of Ihoaa who have tried it, hat been lo
make them confirmed lea drinkers. Ladies w-no h"Useo
.. .i M..n. kAiM rir.k .,irh lea. Hut all tastes
csn here he suited, with the great advantage over others of
getting pure article at wholesale price, mas ..
quantiiv. 11e Company's VYarehoiu it l .4 sj 77 Ful-
lonsreei.-ueia ..... .. i p,.
Tti rite Peklit "I ea uimosnj, . ?
unniiesilonblytell the best tens imported inio tarar
W holoie and Rcta U.
IlEBEIl u HUTS,
80ME8T 6TOCKof BPR1NO .ad BUM.
MER GOODS, thnt hate trv bew btotjglit to
Lancaster or that ever will be try my ether firm
than their. aud which will be sold at the luwtat
casb rate, so low thul no person can took at them
We are connected with no nunrifartor, aj
eiMten a eatablisbment. and tlin confined to male.
itig our purchases at one house; but hare (lie ad
rentage of (electing our Good from the stocks of
all eastern Mfrchaut and Manufacturer.
We hope all, who wish to pun has cheap an J
beautiful Good, will first read the itf adverbs,
menu, and after Unfiling ut then, to and exam.
Cfi . a-id compare j jlje tl(J lull, dock ol Goods, that they call birl
?s.,.U.her k"' I ea" ",h1 K" wh1 w k3Y' w
(to iot uiein.
Our assortment contisti id part uf the fuliowin J
T5 PIECES or
Of all color from 91 to M ptr yard.
HO piece plain and stripped Cauimrr from 71
cent tot 1.25
'11)0 do plain, striped and barred Sattinett, (vf
ry cheap) from 37 to 7i cent per yard
100 do Kentucky Jean from 25 to 31 cent foir
100 do Red, White and Yellow Flannel
IjO do Black, Colored, Striped and Figured
25 bale Brown Muslin
10 case Bleached do frotn f to I2f rent
10 bale Ticking aud very cheap
piece of l'AIJ OI.S,
Cheaper than ever knovn before.
AO do Cashmere, Mousline de Laiuesnnil nlbef
fancy Goods lor LADIES' Dresses and ("louka
00 ilo Gingham, netc ttyle, and Very ietiroble
A lar'e and beautiful variety of 8 U M M K It
SHAW Ll!. of all sizes and al very low price -
40 niece Anmn Check. Linen and f.'nttiin Tax
lile Cloths, Cottmi and Silk Ilandkercliief
Dress Silks; Black, colored and fjg'd Hosiery
Glove aud MitU of all kind
Cambricks. Jaccouets and every thing in the
Dry Goods liue to make our assortment full aud
complete, among which will lie found a tine vari
ety of BOUGH and READY Good
We have alio constantly on baud, a large (took
of BOOTS and SHOES
Eur, Silk, Leghorn, Palm Leaf and Straw Hat
SPANISH SOLE LEATHER, Cotton Yarn
Carpet Chain and Coverlid Warp
A full assortment ol
GROCERIES of .ill KINDS,
Cedar Cltilras and Tuba, Wooden Bucket,
Salt. dec. etc. etc.
W Come everv bodv and look fhroneh onr
MAM MOT M PILES olGood. Wearealwaye
on hand and ready to prove to yon, what is an un
deniable fact, that we have more Guods, better
assortments aud sell at lower rate than any other
establishment in Lancaster. Of these fact yon
can convince yourselves by calling at onr OLD
STAN D and examining our atoek.
WE WISH TO Pt'RCHASF.
50,000 bushels of WHEAT,
Any amount of COHN', RYE. OATS, Flax-seed,
Feather, and every thing else tliat the Farmers
have for aale that is worth having. We will give
the highest price iu CASH aud GOODS for the
above article, and give MORE GOODS fur the
same amount of trade, than any other hoase. Call
and give as a trial
Lancaster. June K. 1847 4
.. 00 50
. . 00 62J
.. 00 75
.. 00 87 J
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Harried Woman's Private
BY DR. A. M. MAURICE ALT.
paorEnsoa, of dkeases or women.
Third Edition. 13 mo. pp. 3 50. Price $ 1 .
13,000 Coplea aold is tarree Month lit
THE great demand for thi most important work)
(of which thousands tt snldjhis compelled the
issue of anothtt edition. It it iniemlec! especially
for the married, a it discloses important tecreii)
which should bi known to tueni parlicalaily. lift
every femil can discover the ctutes, symptemr,
and the oiosl efficient remedies end most certain
mode of cure. In every conipltmi to nhkh net set
- Married female oil br learn lit tn whereby
they would retaio their youth, vigir, beauty, a 1st
licit of body, and buoyancy of spirits lo an advan.
ced agS instead of being rffltctrif, al himdredt and
thousand are, into hoie hand ihit book hat not
It it an important question to ihe married why It
is that we behold to many married females sickly,
debilitated, and prortratedl a also the eausei
and whether thev ate susceptible of remedy. They
will here find those important mattirs, connected
with discoveries in medieal and physiological id
ence, which meet (his (ustlorl.
Thi woik is deitined to be in ths binds nf every'
wife suo mother who hat a regard for her out)
health and welfare, at well that of her hu.band .
The revelations coh'.sined in iu pe have aire
Hy proved a blessing to thousands.
To those yet unmarried, but coattmaleting mat
riage, or,peihap hesitating at lo the propriety of
incurring the refponiibiliiie aiUndtnt upon it the
importance of being posreatld of In terelatiens
contained in ibese psgot, so intimt'.cly involving
,heir future happiness, cannot be appreciated.
ll it of course impostihl lo convey more folly, irt
puDUC journal, tne vatiout sujrcis irvairu ui, at
they are of a nature strictly intended for the mtintd
or those conKinplaiiiig marrtag: neither is It ncce
sary, since it is very one's duty to become posies
ed uf knowledge, whereby th suffuing to which a
wife, a mother, or a list' may bt subject, cm be
Copla Witt t aettt tr Mell free of Potag
Over ten thousand copies havt been seat by mail
within three months, with perfect safety ndetrli
ly. In n inttanc ha a remittaoc failed to reach
ill publisher, or lh boot rttos to whom it n ben
On lh tectipt of On Dolaf, lh "Married tfa
manU Private Mcdital Companion" will be sent
free of postag any part of ih United Stale'.
All Utter mini ba ddrfed (pott paid) to Dr. A
M. Muticeao, Boa 1224, Nw YoikCity. Publish
ing Office 139 Liberty Stuet, New York'.
fi, B. Ths trade tuppliad on the asnal term.
For sale by all th principle Booksellers in th
United Site. Agent in Lnctef,
VV. 8. BEATY, Books!!
August 27, 1847.
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