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...... TUZ PARTISG.
.1 dtcx'd tie tie that lint'd a twain
Was strong, and formed to lost furover,
Bt, ah! delusion! fbrid ffd tain,
- J fee! the tie mast tliortly sever.
'Mid fashion's throng iu festive hall, .
Or wheresoe'r my steps iucliued,
. At morning walk, or midnight ball,
- Clots iluls't thou ever bang behind.
' But oft host thin embraced my toue,
Wlieu none the tight embrace could tee,
. ' l. I 11 -
1 I uey am ry uecio u iuas we wire vuo
...i :i .i . f ii ir r . '
AIU . IUWH UU tUIUM HVtU .mv.
I feel that we mutt part but, oh!
. Cnwitueased let that parting bo;
Where note can tee where now van kuow,
That thou had ceas'd to cling to me.
..Then go I can my teart restraiu,
Nor shako nerve, nor move a muscle,
But. oh! I feel 1 plead in vain, ...
And thou art goue my treach'rons B limn!
A n dot Kit, Mass.. Aug. 8, 1847. &IUWSHINE
. ; : . Vm Preserve Peaches.
Clean your peaches, by pouring hot water upon
them, and afterwards wiping them with a coarse
cloth; put them into glats or earthen jais, cork
them up. and fasten the corks with wire or strong
twiuc; then placo the jars iu a kettloof hot wator,
covering them to the cork, and boil the water un
til atmospheric air is expelled from the j.ir.i after
which seal them up tight with wax. Pouches
prepared in Ibis way retain their original flavor
ami are equally dulicious, when cooked in the
, ordinary munner.aix mouths or I year after being
put up. as if just taken fiotn the trees.
"My dear, where is tny Moriiiiis; aud Evenina
Devotion," anid Mr. Paul Puttinglon meaning a
.-II I U -I. .I.-. J.. i . V i
lunti wwr ui mas line, 111 Wllloll lie whs accUS-
tomed to read. "Here it is.' said Mrs. l'uuin!tnn.
producing a small bottlo from the closet ; here it
!. ; th.k..iti " i i .1.. .- i-
,oiuuivgii tiiiouuy iu nor im;u,
to see if malice was actuating her, but all there
was calm i and rtithor than destroy her apparent
satisfaction at obliging him. he refrained from ex
planation and partook. Boston Potl.
tSTlio editor of the Ohio Cultivator
is becoming quite poetical, ilearliiin:
, .. 'Who never loved a charming critter,
But some one else was sure tn git her.'
Prettv women kiss one another on
roming into a room, because it is a grace
ful custom; they do tho same on going
away, because they are delighted to loose
tight of one another.
RFThe magnetic telegraph having ta
ken the shine out of lightning, it is said
that a Vunkee has invented a machine
fur taking the noise out of thunder.
tSr"'Vhat is the next thing to oysters,
Zebi' said an urchin to a roller boy.
'Why, the shells, stupid,' retorted Zeb.
fi'Cut and come again,' oh the cook
said to her lover, whoii her mistress dis
covered them in the larder.
Absence or Mind. We saw a venera
ble looking cow the other day, eating
pine sawdust, under the impression that
it was bran. She didn't find out her mis
lake till night, when it was found out
that she gave turpentine instead of milk.
t7 If your sister, while tenderly en
gaged in a tender conversation with her
tender sweetheart, tenderly asks you to
bring a gluss of wator from an adjoining
room, you can start on the errand, but
you need not return. You will not be
missed, that's certain we've seen it tried.
Don't forgot this, little boys.
!'EW UOOM Altlr NEW UOODS.
MOKE COOII NKffS,
GREAT REDUCTION IN TRICES
HARDWARE CHRAl'If.ll THAN EVER
Coffee. Bice. Mulassei, Chocolate, Teas, Su
gar, New Orleans, Havana, &o- All of the very
finest Quality, constantly on hand, aud for sale by
- Lancaster, July 9, IB 17. 8
War in the tailed Stales.
JTT is au axiom among all civilised nations that
M. it is beuer. 10 b eiij-fi in ntmoiable at than
submit to distiuuoMble peace. Adopting thit Prin
ciple, Dt. Watson, au oM and skilllut Physician
(moriasty would suggest ibe pinprirty of leaving thr
word skilful for oitmrs to pronounce,, last I inmli.
be thought r giuestical j but it is no time for innriasiv
in thie tla of Dais imposition, when ignoiaurr
and science are pti mined to walk hand iu haiirt,
e-bo wasemuaied in the fait, w here he practiced
his prnleuion a number of yeats; and limine, ihe
last nine t tru vmrs has been erg'ged In au ex
lensive practice in St. Lous wlie r he lias 'I'trairft
Osrase HKiifrtlully in almost all Ms varifd and
complicated fmnis, until itl-liraltli. and a tliaitafd
coiisutuiinii nhhert him to duiline ibe praciic n'
ins piofi-svnm j liastlifriihiieileieiiniiu'd i.-rr arr
ai with Ptriit .Medicines ai.d lina. k Ni'Sirmn
Maker. Willi whose bate and fUe piei-ufi"n H'
rilr. all Inr I I. and ails. D.11I1J Kll'l SclKS IIHt fl 'ill
it heir '.oo, wiili a sioe'e box of Pillt or a bottle nf
rn.iii,J .Vrull. I ril lllfru SrS But tV0 CIS'S-
e.i.i society, and ihey aie the Humbugg' nd the
Humbv'Tnen. It is passingly ira tna people
have not lung since become tired anil difgusieri with
this bate impoiition. and lika Rome 200 vears he
foie ihe rhritian eia, in the dys of An h gatlius
baiiihed lhee iinnorilimis lion the country an.!
prohibit ihe piartiua among llirm. .'i'hria is no
person of roniiiion sense but kmiwa If he would
but rrfleel thai remedies cannot be so combined av
to be competent to cure lot thousand forms of dis
eases by one combination; it i basely false, and all
iv ho pieiend tn cure so large a number of Huenie at
you olteii see advertised are fiihei iennra mutes and
know noihinK of the huiuin system, tha naiiueof
disease or the effect of remedies upon the system or
ihey are base iuiposiere, and in either cane aia un
wortr.y of your ronhoen. e. "We are wonilerluliy
and fearfully made." tnerefoie let no person who
is igiinrant of tint heauliful, dchcuif and cnuiplira
ted structure presume to tamper and thus destroy
ihe usefulness of llnl beautiful and wonderful sys
tem thai God has placed here fur usefulness ami to
glorify dim foi he who does not aluinher nor sleep
will assuredly hold all accouniHli!e at His liar if
they date temper with the wmk nf His hands, fut
the uurDose of zratifviuE Iheir soidid avance.
Dr: vValson believing, liiat his knowledge of dis
ease and Inug expi lience iu Hie Treatment of the
various forms of l)iee, has fumMvd him with a
knowledge of Remedies llint would be almost In
valuable, to the sirk and alfliciod, has determine'!
to prepaie there remedies and send them tn people,
and all lie asks it a tiial ol them, and if like the
woilhlen nosttiims ol the day, the money Hill br
retnrnt d .
The Dr. lias published ,i liulii pimphlnt called
ihe Kflniily Guide to llealili, in which lie hm given
brlrfly ihe symptoms and Tieatment ofsnnio forty
Diaears. These pamphlets ran be obtained Irce
of chaige by calling mi any nf the agems.
Cataloajue of Medicines.
Tonic Fever and Ague l.iniineui for Horses
Pillr, warranted toeurej' they have ever ued ;
"Fever and Ague Syrup, Pills and Ointment foi
warranttd to cure; Piles t
"Fevei and Ague Syrup Rait Klieuin and Titter
for Children t Ointmeni for diseases of
.Vnti-llillinus Pd's, He 1 the Skin;
patio Pills for Diseases Oleiigiuniia Mishue fin
oflhef.iver; Bloody Klnx, Lljsei.ie-
Aiiii-Splinitous Pills for ry, (-olic A;i:t
Anne cike, Sic. I Oleaginous Mixruie for
Auti-Uyspepiic Mixture' liouel Coinnlaiiil of
lor Dyspepsia, A;c i ('hil.lieu ;
Female Pi'lsand Female Ami Fever Pills and An
Mixiures, ! ll Fever Drops;
C o u a h M i x t u r e sfor Tonic Aromatic Bittern,
Cough', Culils and (,on-j for Veakness, Loss of
rumplion f I Appetite &c. j
Uheunialic Pills for Rhcu Vermifuge lor Worms;
inatism; f'lte Wnter;
Rlieiimaiic l.inlioent lor Croup Syrup ,
It h e u in a 1 1 c Hpraini, Infant Cuidial for Choi
bruitr.s, burin, uld sores, )r, Sic,;
Ipnlns iu the hark and Medical Strengthening
limha, c. ptnge M-I Plaster.
vers say it n the best Pee Alrilical I ainiihlel.
A letter nf Flernuiineuilailou fioin Profeisor Wri.i.
iam Tui.l.V, of Vale College, Conn., and Pruf
James II. Aiimsbv, lata 1'iuf. of Anatomy and
Physiology, i it the Albany Medical College,
The snbsciihers have known K, Y. Watson. M
D.4 for several yean, anJ ihey jie happy to be
able to state, that ever since their acquaintance with
him, he has uniformly sustained a good cliurach1
not only as a member of tha cmnmunily, hot also
as a Physician. 1 ha subsciihrrs have also been
arnoaiiiird with his means ol professional educa
lion, the manner lit wnicu tie lias Improved them.
and with his ability in practice, and Ihey enUitlHiu
a favorable npininti nf him, iu all these respects,
Signed WII.I.I.VM TUI.I.Y,
Oct. '37. JAMES II. AK.MSBY.
Bargain that are Bargains
MAY BE HAD AT
OPPOSITE F. A. SH.CFFEH'S HOTEL.
Df .Vawghn'i Advertisement
MORE GOODS FOR A DOLLAR
WE aio now receiving our NEW SPRING
GOODS, mid respectfully invito every
body to call aud look at our stuck.
Tor Ladies Dresses.
We hnve all the new stylcsof (rood in marltet.
For Cab and Produce Only.
Wholesale and Retail.
ANOTHER TREMENDOUS ABE1VAL OF
CANAL Boata laid aside and Railroads used fur
bringing Gooda to the . .
iu the shortest time that any stock was ever deli
vered in the State. The Great Western patron
izes the lightuiug line, bt.yiug Uooda ofttner,
receiving inem quteker aud soiling faiter iimi all
fluid mid Plain Silks. Lawns, Bar'd Muslim
French, Eugltsliand Amorican Ginghams,
Ginghams Lawns, Oregon Plaids
B.ireees (nil urool) Balzurinea
Black and W hite Ginghams, Blnck Lawns
Black Bareges, Plain aud Sutiu Stripe (all Silk
uni Wool, beautiful for Black Vretiei) v
Slindod Tniltun SwUa Miuliua, very dctirablt
for Evening Di enei
760 pieces or 24.320 yards uf now CALICOES,
from u ftp up to a nine-pence.
A guiienil variety of Fancy Goods, such as, Kili-
biina. Laces, r tench worked toiiara, Jiia utoves,
Artificial Flowers, Bonnet Cops, Fun.i, Mitta.&o
Brown Shirtings and Sheetings. Tickings',
Checks, Ciittott Yarn, Cotton Batting:
Coverlet Warp, Curpot Chain, 4x. ic.
At any price that may be wanted from a quar
ter up, butt Shades and Paranulotla.
A large slock nud good variety of Cloths
Cusbiiuores. Gold Mixed Tweeds
Jctins all color.! Satliuutt, &.C. Slo.
Also every description of Summer Stuttii fur
Coats, Vests and rants,
A pair of Pants, 3 yards, Thread and Bullous
tor twentvfiiii conla
Expected to-morrow 20 Cases Loghorn and
Palm Leaf lints, to be auld very chuup.
Leghorn Straw, Fancy Lace, Dunsluble. CI iui
Pearl Straw and Litwn.
Very liunilsnmo Clnldren s Gimp nud Mruw
BoiincU nnil Hats.
ISootfi and Shoes.
Large Lot expected to-motrow.
Wheat, Rie, Oats, Corn, Beans, But
ter, Rags, Bactm, Eggs, and all kinds oj
WISE & JIILLARD.
Lancaster, April 10, 1847. . 49
N E W 11 IV n -W A.. IV Vi .
AVholsalc and Ketail.
M1E GREAT AMERICAN REMEDY Dr.
Vanilm'a Veeetable Lithontntitic Mixture i
Th'sUniverBalPuuaceaianow being introduced in
to Europe, the taat ana weaimuies.oonumaiHn
oa, aud ull other parts of the Globe, where di
ease exiate in any form. The Uuited Stales and
the Cauudas have for the past three yeara severely
tested the virtues which the proprietor, upon the
introduction of this medicine, hesitated not to ay
it possessed. In lutroductng tuat ijKbAi VE
GETABLE REMEDY, tho most startling promi
ses were made, on the part of the medicine so
uovel was the theory the principle upon which
the cures were to be effected, thut ihe people
threw up their hands and cried what next! Even
credulity startled with surprise, and the so called
"Faculty" made thomselvea merry over the "now
limnlm?. " But mark the result the three years
have passed awuy public opiuiou, tne voice oi
niiiuuii. uiiu iii" v . -.-...0 , ---
stamped this REMEDY the most singular, wonder
ful, incomprcheusive and miraculous curative
power ever produced. Tho ONE GREAT D1S
KASE. wliiclt the proprietor of this medicine had
the presumption to say existed, and that all various
diseases were out seconuary. uas uow niuuou- ui
liolievei s. They must believe for they have wit
nessed the effect of this restorative. It has cou
qttorod ALL cases, by simply ciinquoritig the
KJi Ei. I HO UIU "VIIUUI MW vpw J
Their old dogmas, like the morning mists fly be.
fore the lieht of truth, and common sense now
seekso. road to health its own way.jnstend of clos
ing its eyes, and being led. The truln ortfie prtn
ciple upon which this article cures is established,
un,! tho stiitnmflntia asTitin bnldlv. most emphnti-
cnllv. most decidedlv reiterated. This medicine
will drive from the body every disease which has
a name every disorgauizatiou of tho system
which can exist. If bone and muscle remain, this
medicine will restore to a perfect state. The old
t'.ilnmnl. bleediu. blistering system is about to
Kill. The nroofdnilv presenting itself of the truth
of OUR THEORY, is a prop outof the old struc
ture which will soou tumble to the grouud.a shape
less mass of ignorance and deception.
INVALIDS, resort at once to this medicine. It
is o strictly VEGETABLE REMEDY, the product
of our own soil a compound of twenty-two dil
ferent ingredients. Each root has its particular
put t of the system to act upon, and this notion is
The Farmer's Line!
a HBW FIBO
; - AND
Wholesale and ICctail.
JOHN EFFINGER & CO.
In the New Building lately erected by R.
Jtl. Alnsworth, nearly opposite the . '
TTAVING lately purchased the ENTIRE NEW i..nr,,a,Br together,
STOCK OF GOOD8 of Mr. B. M. AIN8- not only the Iuistern Cities of the United 8tates
WORTH, together with his lute Spring purchases, I have sent theirs hare, but the whole World has
the citizens of Fairfield aud adjoining counties ; celltributed its portion to make our atock in every
.Kl..l n.l ..nrninB Anr Muirlmmtl . t . .L '..1 .. -f M.t.. ...tul. UlNrt.
lire .uiitiuiu iu uiitwiu wU. , respect wnat me cinmeu. ui vm"
.. hili ; imui rnmnluta The Stuck was selected i onu l- v AQUtntsl A HI P nA PHT. AP.
with great care and was purchased by u at prices
below the Eastern Cost, so that we will be ena
bled to sell beautiful and excellent Goods at very
reduced orices. We are determined to please the
nublic and we have the means to do it The
Just roceivcil and now opening, in the East
lioiiM or Mr. it. M. Ai.nwon.ni s Block orpo
sue tiik Tallmadok Hoiih. fiiim Pittsburg,
Li.i'.'imorij, I'hiiailolphiti und New Ynrk, a urge
and gotieral aasortmeut of English, Gernmu and
ii utnw.mi: An i i.iinv.
Couipnaiug in part the Iblluwiug at ticlcst
Englisb and German Door Locks, Mortice luck
ami LuU ltrs, chest, Drink, Till and I'hdlocks
C arlioB and doot uiimiles, window springs ust
Snsli lastuings, assorteu,
bntkot and Firmer chisels', gouges & spur bills
Ball Uracos iu setts, plain bits ull sixes
Common nud Suewod Spoke Shaves
Sorew drivers, Compasses, Steel squares,
Slide Bevels, Mill suw, duuble cut aud 3 square
files, Horse Rasps, Drawing Knives,
1 oi it Gross wood Screws assorted
nUO duteu Muhugany Knobs
' Cut Tacks from 24 to 2 1 ounces
Sprigs from 1 J UrJ inch,
1'nleiit Brads, Clout Nails, Tennetit, Iluud, pan
Ii ol, Pinning and Butcher's Saws
Iron, Ui itt.tnuia, Gurittati Silvoraud Silver pla
tl Table, Tea and Basting spoons,
Bread Trays, Waiters, Iron aud Solar Lamps,
Iron and Brass Candlesticks,
Looking Glasses and Looking Glass plates,
Ruper Rodger's Congress knives
:i, and t Bladml dnasst. Pruning knives
lU.nrs assorted and Razor Strops; and a gener
al and tine assortment ut TABLE CUTLERY.
Buckles of all sites, Torrels und wator Hooks,
Harness spots, Trace and Halter bolts
Bruss, Hilvereduud Jupanued Stirrups.
Cotton, Straining, Worsted and Bout webbings
Coach and Buggy lace, tufts of all colors, plain
and figured gum cloth, Jatsatined Muslins, assort
ed colors Morocco, Boot do, Gnat aud Hog skins,
fixating, riiuli, plain nnd figured assorted
- Patent Leather and Oil Cloth.
' Broad axon. Adzes, Champering knives, head
jug do, Stave du, Crow cutters, Hollowing knives,
Shave ups and Dress hoops assorted.
Tor the ramiem.
I have general assortment of Haltor, Trace,
Log and Breast chains
SO dozen Grans Scythes,
- IS do Corn do
S do Brush do
S do Patent Grain Cradles
SS do Hay Rakes
Common and bt steel Corn Hoes, with and
without handle., Gooe nook do, socket shovels,
Long Handle do, D. Handle do, Am No. 2, do,
Hay and 3 and 4 Pioug manure Forks
Also, Mill ana Cross cut Saws, Slorlyards,
Hatchets and Hammers, Adtes aud Broad Axos,
.Iron i'ail and Steel.
I 7 ft Kegs .luuiattn Nails
SO do Rapid Forge do
JfQ Tons JuniatU lion '
1 O ' do Rapid Forge do
English Blister, American Blister, Sheur, Clor
man and Cast Steel ' r
B-IOnnd IC-lt Window Gbss, and a large
assortment of '
Ieieeter Wachlne Card,
Toiiether with ereat variety of other Hard
ware, all of which I will positively sell ulotc for
CASH, as any other house, west of the mountains
can sell mem. coma ana see lor yourselves
. , P. BOPE.
Lancaster, Juns, 4th 1817. 4tf
alwnys produced its effect upon the whole sys
tem is immediutely apparent. Testimony of the
lustiest cnaracter is aatty coming to me imipno.
From Ihe lltv. S. A. K'tllam.
Dr. K. Y. VVatsosi Sir: Havmi hal frsouen
occasion Inr the use of meilicirlfs in my family flu
ling tha hist leiv months and from ihe incirasni
popularity nf your "family nieaicluef." I was in
iluil lo uy llirm, iu pielerruce In cmplovii'g a
physician in myf.iinily, and inn now pirr.ait'il lo
assi , that I lieiievn yum niuillcinrs as a clan, tobr
stipnrini lo any oihrr pri'paiatinus nnw It. lorn the
public. Your Gout ami itliciiinatic l.lninienli Vnr
niifuse, Truer Oiiitnirni, Gravel Mixluri", Ami
Dyspeptic Mixiute, Anil Billii)us,IAaui, anil Hrpa
tic Pills, I courrive tn be preparations which nssil
no fniilinr rrcniiiniriiHaiioii man a fair trial, to til-
sins their uupaiallclsil iiirreav,
IIEV. 8. K. KELLAM.
Vautlalia, March 20, IS-IO.
AT J. 0. WEAVER'S
From the Rev. Geo. J. Barrett, of Ihe III. Conn.
Da. Watson Sir; ( t.ikn grritt plratiire in re
roiniiieinlioj youi valuable fsntily meilirtnas to the
public, as sole ami certain tnnr'lirs for the coir nf
tha diseases lor which Ihey are picsciibed. I have
used a number of yom nieilicines in my family ilu
ring thf past y ear, anil, In evciy iiistaucs, uiih tlm
nmm entire sucrsss. From tha lepeativl sssiiiriicrs
which I have had from a number of my arqtiain.
I tnces, who have used your medicines, I have no
heilimiry in saying thai, in my Judgement, they
ins decidedly superinr to any piepittnlinii wiihiu my
knowlede. Yours, respectfully,
GEO. J. BARRETT.
VatitUlii, HI , Apiil 8, IHIli.
Fin in the Rrv. D. D. McKtr, late pantoi of the
Dr, K. Y. Watson- Deiir Sirt I feel that I m
it, not only lo myself, but alto to tha public, to tny,
that 1 havs the utmost confidence In your picp.ira
linns, and have no doubt thai, iu all ordinary rase.,
if yuur medicines are taken aecnrdtngly to your di
rrctious, they will perform all llul you have prom
ised. Your medicines, the efnYary of which have
been tested in my family, and which I can ennrt
ilenilj lecoinmeod toothers, ate. The Fever and
Ague Pills, Fever and Aius Tonic Syrup, Ami
liillioui Pills, Olragionous Mixture, Caiili Mix
tme, Gonial, d Rhruuialic Lliiiinent,aud Anil Dys
peptic Misttiie. 1). 0. McKEE.
Vaiidalida, III., Mairhll. 1446.
f rhearful'y eoncnr In ths above temarki, made
lie tha It.v. D. I). Mi.Kee, with regard to Dr. E.
Y. Watson's mediriues, having u.od the Gout anil
Rheinna'ic Liniment, and Salt Ulieuin and 'fuller
Ointment, with complete success. I ronlidently
rscommriid them to the public,
Judge of the Probata Court of Vandalia, III.
I have been troubled with the Dysentery, which
continued off and on about one year, and having
consulted soma of the best physicians In I hiludel
phis, New Oil.nin, snd in His city, without (siting
any relirl, I l ouclmlsd lo try Dr. Watson's inedi
cinesfur Dysentery, 4tc, and in a very short lime
it cored me; and I now recommend tl as the best
remedy I know of lor the Bnwal Complaint,
JOHN U. McMUKRAY.
Corner of Third Ic Pine st .St. Louis.
IN THE TALLMADGE BLOCK.
opposite Rcber & Kutz's Store.
whot'U citn be found a getienil imsnrlmoiil of
4AiPDimv r pvpneii innnw.Dir
I JlJILUll .V V.V uliliLUMl H.llllf ii.lllli,
which he is dutermiiied to sell tit small profits.
HIS ASSORTMENT CONSISTS IN PART AS FOLLOWS!
Tor I'ai'iner Hue,
IRON and STEEL SHOVELS and SPADES
Lung std Short I liuulle Manure and Hay Forks
Weudinganil Hilling Hons
('rttilliuii and Grass Scythes aud Criiillos
liny Riikes.ScythcSniiitlis.Wlititslones & RiHlca
Trace, Haltor, Log und Fifth Chains
Chopping xvi, Spring Bnlaucos, Sluvlyards.&c
Braces and Bits, Angora and Giinblcts
Curpentor's Plnitos, Bevels noil Squares
Broad Axes. Hatchets and Hammers
Plitte-Irons, Ounces and Compasses
Firmer, Mortice and Tin nine Chisels & Gouges
Stork and IMoa, flyers anil ruicors
Saw Setts, Mason's Trowels nud Rules
Mill. Bastard, Taper, Flat nnd Httlf Round Filos
Anvils, Vict'S aim Hollows
Mill and X Cut, Rip, Hand, Punnet and Back
nnws, vc. ivc.
Expected ill a few days Ilnuliester Cnopcr'i
IIoiiv& Cabinet Trimming
Lucks, Latches nnd Hinges "
Brass nud Iron blind Fastiungs
Sash Springs, Framoand Screw Follies
Brass Cupbnitrd Cntchos, Buttons und Bulls
Screws, Briidn, Tacks and Finishing Nails
Looking Gluss Plates, Muhogauy Nobs, ceo
Stittsllci-y iinsl Cni'i'iiiKoTiliiiiiiiiis
Buckloa, Bitts and Stirrups
Hnrnoss Mounting and Saddler's Tools
Shiu k Skin, Plush, Saddler's Thread aud Silk
Cotton , Worsted aud Straining Webb
Plated Dashes, Handles aud B.tnds
Stump Joints and Malleable Iron
Steel Spring, Iron Axles and Boxes
Broad aud Narrow Lace
l'atcut Leutiiei'.GuuiUBil Oil Cloth, Dumask,&c
Tablo Knives and Forks, and Steels
Plated, Britannia and Iron Spoons.&ColTee Mill
itrittiunia l olleo. lea I'nts and Cuslurs
Britannia Cups, Candlesticks and Lamps
Suufl'ers and Travs. Scissors and Sheai-s
Pen and Pocket Knives, Needles and Bodkius
Bruss Curtain Pins and Bunds
Brass Kettles, Frying Pans, Sauce Fans, &o
Iron, Nail, Mod and luss
A large assortment (if all kinds aud sizes. And
ulmnst every article iu lha Hardware lino, from
a Pin to an Anvil.
J. C. WEAVER.
. Lancaster, May 14, 1817. 1
tor, full of truth, and you will ulways see names
places und dutes. Not npartice of false evidence
is ortetedon the part oniiisOREAT CURATIVE.
The mostenreful neriiaul of the pamphlet is desir
ed. It gives the chtirnctor of all tho secondary
complaints which prevail, und which have been
nirnl hv this article. Evidence of cures, in seme
of the must dreadful ctisos of lingering complaints
which it hits been the fortune ol any nioiiicine to
copo with, is fntilid canes which have been left
to die: Hundreds in every lurgo city of our Union
and tho Cunndas heve to liiunk Uiih article for their
lives, und so do thov.us letters in the possossion
of tho nrourictor will show.
. 1 .'. . ... . . nn .. .... r. ii f-vi.tnciir
This tittr, VI ftlfclHUl.N twin cure utiuioi,
in ovory sttige GRAVEL, nnd all kinds of difficul
ty iu the Untiurv oraiins; Compluititsof tile Kid
neys, weakness of the backi Female irregulari
ties immcdintoly checked, ottd ahoaitlty tone giv
en to tho system. Let every Female at once re
sort to this SAFE MEDICINE, and use no other.
Diseased Liver Indigestion. Billious complaints,
Dyapepsiu instantly relieved; Rheumatism, Guilt,
fro., nroiluced bv the inaction of the Blood, will
ulwnys find relief; IiiHumod Lungs; Cough, even
f'liii.iimutitin. unless the imtieuts and their inecli
cal advisers were deceived! has been cured by
this medicine; Scrofulu and all Eruptive diseases:
Piles, Erenipelns, Iiiflummntion ol the byes, falpi
tntinn of the Heart: Sick Headache, Juundice
Fever aud Ague tho whole catalogue might be
named seek this REMEDY, BUY NO OTHER.
Pntupin 30 oz. bottles at2; 12 oz, bottles, tl,
Be careful that ynu are not imposed upon. Eve
ry buttle hits iho words, "Vaughn's Vegotublo Li
tliotitripio Mixture" blown upoii the glass the
written sigimturo of"G. C. Vuughti" on tho direc
tions, and G. C. Vattgliui Butlalo, stamped upon
the, cork. None otlK-r are noimino..
rrenared bv Dr. G. VAUGHN, and sold at the
principal Agency, 183. Main Btroet; Bullalu, at
wliolcsulo una retuit, to wuom nit coiiimuuuu
lions imtitl ci i no post paid.
Unices rit-voteil exclusively to tlio sale ul tuis
meilieine, at wholesale nnd roiail: New York City,
132, Nim.niu street, II, M. Lake, Mass., U3j I'.ssex
street, Thomtis P. Clnisc; St, Louis Missouri, Mr.
Walkor, Goneiiil Agents. At roluil by ro-
iieetalilo Druggists throughout tho Union, u ad-
vortixed iu tho pupors.
Wholosalo und retuil by C. S. Bitdsal, Drug
gist, 22U, Muinotreut, Citioumuli,
Forsalo bv GEORGE KAUFFMAN, Dntggist,
.ancaster, Ohiu; ami C. G. WILSON St. CO..
Hnahvilln. Dhio, D. B. Rindhonrt, I,y tho polls, S.
Russell, Pickerington, H. &, J. Loouutd, Basil,
Septonibnr, 4. IK ill. 17
quality of our Stock cannot be surpassed, and for
cteapnriS, we challenge competition.
uur assortment consists, in part, ut too wu
For the Ladies.
We have the largest variety of Summer Dress
Goods ever oueuod in Lancaster, and which can-
, 1. I f
not be exceuea in quutity, cneupuess or ocuuiy ui
patterns, among wlucli are
tfiririr pieces ni aijiiue-o, ttinjces vaiyiug
from 64 to 18 cents
Alpuccas, plum and striped
Cashmeres end Muslin de Lains ,
A large assortment of Lawns,enfiVey new styles
Scotch aud Earlaton Giughuma and Gingham
A fine assortmcut uf Plain" und 1 ANCY SILK
FRENCH WORK COLLARS and COTTON
A laree assortment of BONNET RIBBONS
LEGHORN and STRAW BONNETS
Cotton and Silk PARASOLS and Sunshades
A fiueussortinemtof Summer ARTIFICIALS
together with a general assortment of Dress Trim
miugs, otc. sc,
Tor the Gentlemen.
5 0 pieces BROAD CLOTH, ull colors & prices
Uottgli and Bendy aud Monterey t,assitneres
Suiierior French aud English Bluck do
t pieces plain, striped und barred SATTI
ifclB,Iium z.l to bj ceuis per yam
6 pieces KENTUCKY JEANS
Gold and Oxford Mixed TWEEDS
Merino Cassimeres, pluiu and fancy Gambroon:
Brown Linens nud Cotton DRILLIMiS
Mursoilles. Merino aud Silk Vestiugs, &c,
In addition to the above, we have a large stock of
RneVi na Mrnwil nnd Rlenched Muslins. Tickings
Brown and Bleached Sheeting from 1$ to 21
yurds wide; Cotton and Linen Bagging, &C.
We have Bleached and Brown Linen Table
Cloths, Damask and Russia Dinpers, Damask ami
Book Muslin Curtuius, Counterpart, Table Co
vers, ifcc. c. aio.
All kinds of Groceries.
A- laree assortment of QUEENSWARE aud
GLASSWARE, Leghorn, Palm Leaf.Silk, Fur
aud Brush HATS, BOOTS nud SHOES; Ladies
Kid and Morocco SLIPPERS. &c. &c
We are oppoaed to puffing and blowing -we
shull not sell our Gooda uf'rss than cost, as we
expect to muke a living profit from thorn; but we
respectfully invite the public to call and examine
our atock and nrices before purchasing elsewhere,
us we intend to rely upon the quality and prices
of them to obtain a fuir share of patronage.
We will take in exchange for our Goods, all
kinds of Country Produce,
for which we will rtav the hiahost market price,
Bring along your Cash and your Produce and call
at the "THREE WALNUT DOORS," where
you will find the best Goods and lowest prices
JOHN EFFINGER & CO.
Lancaster, Juno 7, 1347.
Aad four hours sluce, I had tht Fever and Ague
v.tiy ..dm un oaaiiy tut. mouiln,. emd Dr... wsttapn
cured me at once, and 1 havs never had it since, I
have sines then, sent, I'should think, forty persons,
svnn nsvs an f xpiesie.i their most tatirs satisfaction
at they too, were cured In a vary few dayt, I do
tot hesitate lo recommend Dr Walton's Fever and
Ague Pills' in ths public, a. on nf the best remedies
for fsvsrsnd Ague. D. GOODFELLOW.
Pi, Louis, Missouri." y
For Salt by J . C . II EN LEV, Ltocasier Ohio.
Lancaster July30, ld37. Cm 12.
ODBZl & IVl'OONKEY'S
VIJ ETA I! Mi SPECI VIC,
FEVER & AGUE,
1 01 HE inopiietors of this valuable remedy, iulro-
M. dine lo their ftiends aad Ihe public, their
"SPECIFIC" in a new style, and itiey may say,
everv way improved, 1 he iIiuioiieIi trial given it
the past season, is convincing piom to tnein ol its
sreat efficacy in rutins INTERMITTENT or
AGUE AND fkiVbUi and they now led war
ranted in esinhisliing it upon a permanent basis
referring lo ilf n hole Character, appearance and
signature, as a guard sgiunsl imposition, iney
felt li necessary in adopt some precaution in Its out-
set, as no doubt designing persons will endeavor to
n.ilin iiDim lite pulmc a spurious preparation, i hey
do not hesitate in say, ihtil a medicine never has
been used, thai has given so gieat satisfaction in to
short a tune, as their Mrtoinc. Hundreds and
thousands can lejtily lo Its efficacy. W here dif
e ise hat b.iflled the prescriiiliou of ihe skillful Phy
sician, ilia patient has been speedily rettorsd to
health tha most incredulous (having Decome to
from using the many said to bs cures of (he present
(lav, without success) have been constrained to ac
kuiiwledce Its superior virtues. They do nm with
lo inirnduce it un'Ui ine iiulline principle, i.et it
stand or fall, as il merits. It is no nunc nojirum,
but a rriular and skilful Physician's receipt, v ho
hat practiced in the heart Ague and Fever district
for the last twenty years with great success, est
ed entirely upon vegetable matter innocent in evs
rv seme il cannot injure the most deliate ennsti
lotion on ihe contitry, actin as a resioia'iva to all
debilitated frames 'IVy do not pretend to say
but what their are other good nieparaiiout. But
wetlotay, wt know onrs tn bs good, and a certain
cure. if the directions are nbsasved. And we chal
lenge any one to find a particle of mineral entering
its composition. They atk a trial from liberal
and discrrnii'g puhlie, not fearing the retuil. Many
have befit cored in fiom twenty-four lo forty-eight
hours Price 41 per bottle.
For tale by BURY & BECK,
Lancaster, July 16,1847. 3mlU.
GEORGE L. ECKEUT,
f AS constantly on hand and for sale at his old
H tj stand, on urond-wuy, tnree cioot-s-aotun oi
tho Market House, a gotternl assortment ot
Manufactured by experienced work'
men and uf tho nioxt modurn styles;
. cnntiiltng oj
Sofas, Sociables, Divans, Ottomans
Centre, Pior, Curd, Dressing, End, Dining and
Dressins. French nnd Plain BUREAUS.
Wurdrohes, Withstands, Lockers, Workstands,
P REN till, AND HIGH AND LOW FOST
And nil other urticlea in his line that may be
culled for. His work will be made of the best
materials nud finished iu a neut und durable man
ner. Having a lurge and select stock on hand, he
will dispose of the sume ut reduced prices, nidus
low as tiny mini sells articles of eiptal quulity at
A i:v HEAitsi;,
with a fine Home and Iliimess, calculated fur tho
purpose, are always in renditions to attend funer
als. All Collins made to order Tho subscriber
will promptly attend funerals any whore in the
County with his Hearse free of extra charge; nnd
all his charges will bo at reduced prices.
The subscriber returns his grateful thanks to
his old customers and respcctlully solicits a con
tinuunco of their patronage.
GEORGE L. ECKERT.
Lancastor, February 5, 1847. 3!)
80ME. FASHIONABLE and CHEAT
JAMES C. MACCRACKEN having connected
himself with WORK GALBRAITH, under the
firm of MACCRACKEN & GALBRAITH, and
still owning part of one of the most extensive
wholesale. Stores in INew rorK ana me turgesi
manufacturing establishments iu theUnited States,
they are receiving a larger lot of Goods than ever
was brought, even to me ureal esieru.
Ou the 10th ot May the Store Uoom and Street
were blockaded with our boxes.
Our manufacturing estublishiretit, as nsual, has
mintilind us with everv variety of American man
ufactured Ulll UUUIJ3. Itirnisningua won viuuis,
which we are enabled to sell at least SO cents on
the yard less than any other Merchunt can buy
them. - '
Our Stock or CASSIMERES, BAT J 11N Llo,
TWEEDS aud CALICOES caimot be bo equalled
Mithnr ill nriceM Or style.
. r . . ... . n 1 1 n 1 . I .. '
T in Nli.mrmhiDS. earuu ouuua auu t,aieuuiiiu.
which brougiit ihe lost favorable accouut of con
tinued good prices for Grain and Flour, brought
for us, direct from Europe, au unusually lurge
stock of handsome fashionable DRESS GOODS
Ibr the LADIES and for the GE.NTLtMfcH
every variety of latest styles.
We have anotner very large siock oi duuhh
MUSLINS and being of our own mnke, notwith
standing the advance iu the price of those Goods
in the East, persons, who buy at tne ureal wes
tern, say that muslins are cheap as ever, while
those ihat goto other stores will contend they
never were so nigh priced.
Our BLEACHED MUSLINS, beitig also from
our owu manufactory, we can warrant their quid
itv. mid our Drices unv one can see are the low
est. Indeed, all who wish to buy goods made
in tile United suites will soou ascertain, mm u
they wish to buy them cheap, they must go to
the Great Western.
We have ticking, at 12J ceuts per yard, that
is better tnuu ever sold m unio ut iu.
Our STOCK OF CALICOES never was larg.
er aad all entirely new styles, as ull know that,
until we received this last stock, we had scarce
ly a dress nuttern in the house.
We have nearly 5000 pieces, over 200 differ
ent patterns, uinong them u beautiful rich Ging
ham print, only v& cents per yiuu a siyie oi
Goods ulways nerelolore sold ut 31 to 27i cents.
The very liundsomest Amencau print ut Man
ufacturer's prices, only 124 cents per yard.
The handsomest blue and orange punts ever
The variety of our dress goods is unusually
large a very large stock of both English and
Black, & white Scotch Ginghntns, cheaper than
ever known iu the West. Gingham Lawns and
Muslin Ginghams, Madder colored Lawns, uose
bud &c., the very latest style. Monterey and
Bueuii Vista dress goods, very rich and beautiful
entirely now, but 26 days from England. Best
Bombuztues, Veuitian Utganuies, otrtpea J iatu
A very large stock of Ribbons, every variety
of stvle.ull the lutest importations, customers can
and must wake up we sell them so cheap.
LADIES AN D MISSES BV H E 1 S Morence
braid Bonnets at any price.
A splended assortment of Spring and Summer
Ladies French work Collars, unusually cheap
Gloves and mitts, every variety and price.
Lvms Crapes a beautiful and new style goods.
A very laree stock of SUMMER SHAWLS ull
beautiful Cushmere, D'Ecore, Mouslin de Lain,
and twisted Silk Shawls, ol first quality
LADIE'S SLIPPERS and Shoes of every kind,
black aud Bronze GAITERS, HALF GAITERS,
Bootees. &c., all purchased ot the manufacturers,
Hosiery of every color and quality some us low us
10 cents a pair, white and blucK cutlon.
. PARASOLS Gingham and Silk Parasolets.
For theGentlemen we have a of little every thine
German, French, Americau and west of Englutid
Faucy Tweeds, Gatnbroons, Linens, Nankeens
IwUinoetlunU ptuios, runm cuuutta, imiggum niugio
mill Cossumeres and many other varieties, for
Gentlemen's summer punts fancy cussimereB,
black cassimeres. Our assortment of coatings
is iiimuuuUy large.
Croton coatings, Erminett do. Mazurka do.
Gold mixed Tweeds, all wool, very low, Amazon
Silk warp Codingtons all beautiful.
Lasting cord, an entirely new article for gen
Tweeds from 25 cents per yard up.
Men's best calf boots mou't slippers and shoes
of every kind.
Vestiugs of any kind from 124 cents per yar
UP' . ...
rulm leal Hats at lower prices man over ucuu u
were brought to the Wost.
Leghorn hats equally cheap. '
Carpet Chain, colored and white.
Coverlid Yurn bost cotton yarn, long reel only,
Indigo of best quality.
Our stock of GROCERIES is unusually largo
aud were purchased, at Now Orleans, at the low
est prices- Ourcotfee is of the best quality Rice
always ou hand.
We are determined that the Great Western
and the Goods sold by the Great Western shall
speak for themselves. All we ask is that all, who
wish to buy Goods cheap for ready pay, will call
nt our establishment, seo our coustuutly changing
varietios aud ask prices. .
Wo are always the first to raise the price of
Graiu and tho last to put it lower.
Any quality of CASH ulwnys on hand for Far
mer's Produce, and Waggoua unloaded at our
Ware-house without any work of the Farmer,
ComeJthen, every body to the Grent Western.
MACCRACKEN & GALBRAITH. s
Lancaster. May 14th, 1847. 1
Important from the South,
LATE AND LARGE ARRIVAL OF
Telegraph Lin e .
KINICEAD fic DOTY,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
BAT JUSTRSCIIVID FROM TBI 8aDTK,'LAaOI
STOCK of GROCEICIES. Sec.
among wtnen may do louna.
New Orleans SUGAR, Indigo end Madder -.
Loaf do. Alum and Copperas
Rio and Java COFFEE, Cloves and Cinnamon
Plantation Molasses, Nutmegs and Starchi
Sugar House do. .' Camwood aud Logwoods'
Rice aud Raislna. ' . Snlarntus and Whitins?
Cav. and Spun Tobacco, Spun.&Span&comSegars
6 Twist do. No. I, White Load aud Oil
Pepper and bpice, -.. Powder, Shot and Caps
Mackerel and Herring Wrapping Paper
mi.:.- I.-' I lal J p:-l! i ' M .y ,
nuuerisuoiiuouuu r ivrng-goies o& lac&io
Teas and Cfftltolafe 4tpeSoai, Suk
Constantly ou hand by the Barrel or pound.
' FISH. .' :V
We have made arrangements for a constant and?
regular, supply of LAKE FISH, which will com
mence to arrive as soon as the Cauul is opened
North. Citizens of Fairfield look in at this Estab
lishment before you purchase, and you will save
money, tvxuisa -jucea jaw ana no Humbug.
Lnncuater, February 26, 1847. 42 .
WHO now complains of ill health, or talks of
heavy doctor bills, tvhrn comfort, eass, peace
and health, are brought with "HIBBARD'S FaM
ILY PILLS, to almost every town or hamlet in
REV. B "HIBBARD," the proprietor of these
excellent Vegetable .4 rift Bilious Pills having been
in the practice ol testing the power of medicine on
die sick lor the last iliiny years, presents with con
fi'leuce this almost sovereign remedy for Ihe none
cases of Chronic Dispepsia, Cosliveness, Dispeptic
n . r. .L. n ,
vansumpuon. anions isiionc. cnnpcias, nnema
tism. Sick Headache, Piles, Liner Complaint, Dys
ciliary, Nervous Debility, Palsy, Pleurisy, Worms
and many outer n, sunset whicn the human lanuly
are sftlicied, and asks that he may have the privilege
of uHroniug relief to the suffering millions, by Ihe
use of hit extraordinary specific . "Topieienl fraud
they are sold alone by regularly authorized agents
whose names will be published in the county piper
Agknts for Faiiifiei.d County
Burv Sc Beck, Lancaster; C G Wilton & Co, Rush
ville; N BCoiilsoo 3c Co, West Ruthville: S B
&C Paden, New Salem; J Keluer, Milleisportj
E Geohee.au, B.iliimure: 1 1 Ac J Leonard, llnsil
David Holdcrinnn, Amanda : J M Stuje, Lock
burn ;ltvier. Cloud, Liihopolis: S S Russr!, Pick
etingtoii; 1 W and F A Thompson, Canal Win
f f) Country Agents ran arvays ohiain a new
Mipply of ihe aliove medicine at Bury unil Deck's
Deceinber-20 , 1846 28ly
HOOT AND WMim
USED & DAUGIIMAN
ACKE AT BATTLE
Santa Anna's Wooden Leg taken Prisoner!!
WOULD respectfully return bis thanks to his
friends and the imblic generally for the
........ l.'l.ami nalmn.n. flA lint rfWAIVrwl fit thAir
WOULD most rospectfitlly inform their old ,lalm. Blld wmll j mform tl)era that ne aHt nuw ou
friends and the public generally, that thev , d dy t,, bedisposed of at very low prices for
BOOTS & SHOES
CASH, a complete
in Shawk's Row, and opposite Bury &. Beck s and fa,hion, ,tock comprises HATS of all
Drug Storo, where they will be pleased to wait qualiTES. Fur, Brush, Neuter, Silk, Plane,
on all who may lavor them with a call. They Muikrat Cashmere, Coarse Fine, Blue, Brotva
flatter themselves that upon examination, their anje0mmon jfat,,
work will recommend iuelf, as th y keep noue . CLUTh and 0IL-CL0TH CAPS of every
Ull, SUV U, BI1U IIIU.l PIVI IVDVVM .. ... niKUM.
Their work is warranted to be made in the best
and most fashionable style, of which, the follow-
COMPOUND STIICH OF '
LIVERWORT AND TAR.
SAFE and certain CURE for CONU.MP
TION of the LUNGS, Spitting of BLOOD,
Coughs, Colds, Asiluria, Pain in the Side, Bronchi
tis, Whooping Cough, and ALL PULMONARY
Certiicale of Dr. Wm. J. Richards awell knoicn
practitioner of more Inan twenty years standing.
To all whom it may concern, 1 make lha 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 prepaiaiioti spoken of thai I
feel constrained Iront a sense ol , duty to comply
with the request of ihe proprietor. .
I am a most inveterate opposer ofquscks and
quack medicines In any form, and most fully coin
cide with the clauses in the Code of Ethics lately
adoped hy the Medical Convention of Ohio relating
particulaily to that subject; Il may therefore be in
feried ihat it it only from personal experiment with
the preparation, and a positive assurance of its
beneficial results, that induces me to recommend it
as being all tnat il represents itself lo be.
The patient, Mr. Charles Wade, Sixth street.
Market Space, whom I allowed to try the effeoiof
ths medicine, (but which I would have dons under
no consideration whatever had I not teen a copy of
the receipt from which the medicine it prepared,
obtained from the agent, aud which I am satisfied
is authentic,) was quite low with the early stages
of pulmonary consumption, foi which I had been
Heating in ihe usual manner, though wuh less than
my usual success; at his earnest request, and Ihat
of his ftiends, I examined the teceipt, and wat
sufficiently satisfied of its scientific composition to
allow the trial, and I am obliged to confess III effect
was at least surprising, inasmuch that after ihe con
sumption of Ihe second bottle my professional visile
weie discontinued, though I frequently saw my pa
tient afterwards, restored to perfect health.
i'he preparation is railed "Dr. Rogers' ' Com
pound Syrup of Liverwort and Tar;" and from tha
examination of ihe receipt and the tuccest In my
own experiment, I do conscientiously lecommcud
it as a useful and valuable medicine,' and I should
uice my broiher practitioners to procure Ihe receipt,
as I leel convinced they will agree with me as lo its
excellence, and will no doubt use it in their prac
tice, as 1 shall most certainly do , believing it to be
a most valuable aid in pulmonary cases Ihat baffle
the ordinary mode of treatment.
WM. J. RICHARDS, M. D.
Cincinnati, Oct. 1, 1844. "
ASTONISHING CURE! !
Of Mrs. Benj. Smith, living on the north side ot
Ann street, one square north ol the Cincinnati Ilol-
I hit it to certify that my wife wat attacked with
a violent cough, which settled on her lungs 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 with the same disease) and all our
friends were convinced she would live out a
short lime longer. I was ai this lime recommended
tn try Dr. Rogers celebrated Syrup of Livet-
wort and Tar. With little or no hopes, 1 procured
a bonis of ihe agent in thu city, and upon return
ing I found my wife absolutely strangling with her
cough. . I commenced giving large doses a tea
spoonful every hour, for forty eight hours which
raised her as by a miracle. I have sines adminis
tered il in small doses, which has brought her- to
the use of the fourth bottle, and she it now doing
her house-work as usual. I havs not ihe slightest
doubt that she would have been in her grave but fut
ihii invaluable medicine; and I return my sincere
thanks to the eminent inventor of it, and do most
urgently recommend all persent afflicted with any
disease of the lungs to give it a trial .
1 certify that my husband's statement of my case
above, is strictly correct iu every particular, and
innst cordially join him in grateful thanks for the
benefit I nave derived from this valuable medicine.
Cincinnati, Feb. 13th, 1845.
A. L SCOVILL Wholesale Agent for tho
Wesl and South Southeast corner of Sih and Race
Siiestf, Cincinnati, Ohio,
The above valuable medicine are also for sals at
BURV Si BECK, Druggists.
Lancaster, June 4, 1847. 'il
f M1HE. Receivers of the LANCASTER OHIO
JL BANK, having contracted with JACOB
GREENE, to redeem the Notes and Bills ol said
Bank remaining in circulation the tame will be
redeemed by said Orxknr, at the Drug 8tore of
George Kauffmnu, Main street, Lancaster, Ohio,
as the same shall be presented at that place.
H. H. HUNTER, ,
. ... J08EPH ST U KEY,
Receivers of Lancaster Ohio Bank.
Ltiiirnttw,Ohio,Fob.3, 1847 " 37
TBlHE undersigned has this day associated with
I him in the Dry Goods business. Mr. WIL
LIAM W. COX. The businose willin fuluro be
conducted under the firm of Kroner &. Cox.
ARE daily expecting an arrival of a large and
well Selected STOCK OP GOODS.
The old customors of the concern, and all others
for whom good bargains and cheap goods are any
inducement, are rwpectrully invitcy to tavor tnein
with a call. . , ;
. Lnncnstar, September 24, 1H48. , SO
ing articles comprise a part:
LADIES Kid SLIPPKRS,
i do. Freuolt Morocoo Buskins,
Goat Morocco STRAP tttlOKS.
Having employed theservices of EXPERIF.NC
ED WORKMEN in the manufacture uf his HATS
and CAPS, unil desirous to make his wilt's corres
pond with the times, he feels satisfied that whits
ihey will compare with the work of uuy other
establishment in the country as to quality they
A boy from 14 to 15 years of age, will be taken ore also unsurpassed ns to cheapness. He purti.
HO APOI.OGY FOB WsJ"; .....
Siur-TSURT. Bennington Co. Vt., AMg. 4. 18
Dr. Jayne: Dear Sir.-B.ing -oqnainted w tl
some of those recommending y0"'"'
to wic Rev. C C Pork. Rev. Dr. Babcotk, and
Re" L. F letcher, I purchased two bo. le. with .
viowT.. make an experiment. 1 hove been quite
l,ud for about lour years, and ..bilged to wear e,
w e indeed it is constitution..! with my hiniily
tn be bald iu curly Ho.
I con lens. I had but lit
to learn the above btisiness.of good moi id chaructor culurly invites his friends and nil who may wish t0 confidence in the utlempt
and of industrious habits. Nonenthor need apply
Kh-I'.U & BAUUHMAiN.
Lancaster, May 28, 1847. 3
8M ALLEY has justrecer
, FUR, CLOTH nnd OIL SILK CAPS,' mf
o d staud, ou Greene's Corner, wesi of the Court; nn,)ni hut a cood article and being
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the utlempt, having been so
lium bald, aud being near 4li yenis ol age, uud that,
pail ol'my head destitute of hair exceedingly,
smooth, I however commenced agreeably to
your directions, and used one bottle faithfully, and
with very little effect, but before 1 had used the
sesond buttle, a verv line fuizy buir became per-
Lancaster, October 9, 184S
to olitaiii an excellent article, unoti the most ron-
souuble terms, to call nud exainiue his stock ol
HATS und CAPS. , .
He feels no disposition to boast about quality or
price through un advertisement, but acting on the
nld u,,d wl established rule, that the '-piimt of
-r-. ' " : i . i,ii" he asks that He
vedttlotnlFlNE en esse. ,..,, mi that the lovei-s 1 ii n,l the third bottle. 1 have hud three cut-
.K CAPS,1 '" . ,., .,i ni,. ,iM einminatlon Ibr them i tinvs iieifurmed.aud the nrns.iectisveryflutteriutrr
Calf at the",,S",m """" . ; . ,- Ki. iL.r,;1irs,;oT11 fce ahteaSed with M flita -head of -
hair ornamental and Useful. I am extremely
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determined to sell low lor v-aow. i
ly invites the patronage Mi ne nuu...
ceptible. which continued to grow, and now bur-
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BLANK DEED3,netly printed on th
beat of paper.for sale alihis office
Lancaster, May 14, 1847. 1
- Blank Subpoenas
For sale at the Gazette and Express Office
gratified with the prospect, and from observations
made, many of my friends, and acquaintances who
have heretofore regarded the preparation as de
ceptive, end only a catch-penny concern ar nov'
well satisfied that it is "Troth No Fictiom."
For sale by ' - BUR & BECK...
Lancaster, Augtist il 1847. ; 3wl4.