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Irons (lie rucillo feqiiu droit.
Despatchos have been received at tho
Navy Department frm Commodore Bid
die, of as late date as May 3, 1817, at
Monterey, from which we obtain the fol
lowing intelligence of the movements of
the squadron judor his command, lhe
"Independence," tlie "Cyane," and the
"Portsmouth" were on the coast of Mex
ico, enforcing the blockade of Mazatlan
and Guaymas. The frigate "Congress"
was on hor way from San Diego, and the
"Dale" had sailed from Panama to Mon
terey. The "Warren" was at San Ped
ro. The "Preble" prrived at Monterey
on the 23d April, with Mr. Nurris, bearer
"of despatches from Washington.. The
store ship 'Erie', was at Monterey.
Fuom Buenos Ayres. kc. The bark
Caroline, at Boston, from Rio Janiero,
brings advices from Buenos Ayres to
The intervening ministers had retired
from Montevido, and the French foit-os
had closely blockaded ' Buenos Ayres,
end where on the point of taking some
vessels that wore intending to null the
same day that Count Wulkenski sailed.
A schooner was taken by the boats of the
brig Pandour, which received some shots
from the shore. The English forces re
mained entirely inactive, on the 7ih ut
The captain of tho biig Velos arrived
at Rio reports that he passed the latitude
of Montevideo on the 8th and heard a
heavy artillery from the shore.
The U. S. frixnto Savannah was at
Rio on the 22d of July, from the Pacific,
for New York, in four days.
Gen. Tavlok's Movements. The fol
lowing extract is from a letter by an offi
cer of the United Slates Army, now in
Mexico. It is worthy of every confidence.
N. O. National.
"And speculations as to Gen. Taylor's
movements, you must receive as specula
tions only, as the old gontlcmun rarely
gossips. Staff officers receive orders
from which they infer, and their inferen
ces are goneaally well founded; from such
sources they travel abroad in all shapes,
and occasionally straggle into typo. The
General had ordered 800,000 rations to
be in deport, at Encarnation; we have
received no counter orders, although the
impression seems to prevail, that all idea
of a forward movement is for the present,
Gen. Taylor The following para
graph is from the N. O. Commercial Bul
letin: "We repeat that orders have been for
warded to Gen. Taylor, directing him to
send two regiments from his command to
Vera Cruz, and that the plan of his ad
vancing on San Luis de Potosi had been
abandoned, and he will not move from
his present position.
"It is left with fifin. Tnvlnr In enlarf
the two regiments that are to go to Vera
.Cruz. We have now no doubt but that
uen. lay lor will cairy out his previous
intention of resigning the command, and
will return to the United States in No
vember, if not sooner."
Fatal Accident. On Monday, 30th
ult, as William Payne, of Hopewell
township, in this county, was engaged
in fulling timber on the land of John Bur
ley, a limb broke and fell back beyond
the stump, by which the skull of Mr.
Payne was crushed, and no doubt instant
death produced. He was alone, and was
not found until somo hours afterwards,
when his friends missing him, went in
search of him. He left a widow and
eight children. He was buried by the
Sons of Temperance, of which order he
was a worthy member.
ANOTiiEn.Since tho above was in
type, Winthrop Foy, one of our citizens,
lost his life under circumstances equally
afflictive. He and another poison were
coming up tho river road with a load of
wood, when passing tho run near Mr.
Latighhead's residence, where the bridge
was washed away some time ago, the
wagon upset and ho was crushed into
the water and mud, and drowned or
smothered to death. He was wo sup
pose between 50 and 60 years of age,
uud he has leftquito a family depending
upon his exortions for support. Tho ac
cident occurred about noon of this day,
1 uesday. AanavMe (Jasctte.
The Value op a Newspaper. The
Chillicothe Advertiser soys: "We know
i - , . . .
a man wno engaged ins wheat bUU uush
els the other day at S1.12J per bushel
His neichbor. who had alike amount, en
cagod his a few davs afterwards at $1
per bushel, getting for the same amount
$75 less. The formor 'look tho papers,'
and consequently knew whon prices wero
nign, ana iook auvantigo ol tliem. 1 lie
latlorknow iinthinor at all about them
anil by his iriiorance lost soventv-fivo
dollars. This sum would have puid for
a paper nearly forty yoars. 1 hose who
consult their interest will not fail at the
present time to take a paper."
GTho Abolitionists of Colchoste
Vt. one of the strongest Abolition towns
in tlie State, held a public mooting on
the 30th ult. and voted that they would
no longer keep up their organization as
a third party but "morgo themselves into
the two great political parties of the
. k ,
CiPJohnY. Mason, Esq. tho Secreta
ry of the Navy, and acting Secretary of
War, h aviug bocu called to Virginia by
the sudden and alaming illness of bis
faiher, Mr. Appleton, tho chief clerk, acts
as Socretury of tho Navy pro ten., and
Mr. Buchanan, Secretary of State, acts
as Secretary of War pro tern. Washing
HITA lettor from New York to the
Philadelphia Inquirer says: "For some
days past Wall street was full of rumors,
that certain of tho houses wero on the
eve of bankruptcy, and since the English
news is unfavorable to tho holders of
produce, it must not surprise you if, with
in a few days, sevoral of them suspend
and be a perfect wreck."
Accident with a Threshino Ma
chine. A man by the name of John
Brown was suddenly killed, on Monday,
in Union township, by the bursting of the
Cylinder to a Threshing Machine. On
the bursting of the cylinder, a fragmenl
struck him on the chin and killed him in
tantly. Newark Gazette.
iy The Marlinsburg Gazette contains
along and spirited account of a Fancy
Hull which took place at Berkeley Springs
Va. on tho uightof tho lhh inst. The
writor has sketched some of the charac
ters who figured most conspicuously in
the ball room, from which we tnke the
"The hero of the evoning was Major
Jack Downino. The Major had stop
ped liero on his return from Mexico. lie
wore during the dance, a remarkably tall
cocked hat, with a corresponding plume,
and a very long sword. Many persons
not acquainted with the Major's phiz
mistook him for Gen. Pillow, at which
ho was very indignant."
Woiisb and Worse. The morality a
mong the immigrants ot Quebec and
Montreal, is truly appalling. It seems
to be on the increase, instead of dimin
ishing. Tho deaths at Gross Isle on the
13th, up to ten o'clock, A. M., were 81 !
Inmates of tho hospital, 2,208. At
Charles Point Hospital, near Montreal,
on the ICth, 52. Number of sick, 1,237.
A lawyer, whom Wo knew well, did
his courting ofl-hund. He hud got a good
practice and high reputation, as well for
what his noddle contained of Coko and
Blackstonc, as for being a very eccentric
chap in all his doings and sayings. His
eccentricity got him into the notion it
wasn't 'meet that woman should be alone,'
auoVso of a delightful summer's eve, when
lhe roses smiled and tho cowslips laugh
ed, Sunday evening, too, mind ye, genllo
Delightful hour of witching love,
he caught up his hat and wns seen as
cending tho steps of the cottage beside
the hill where trippod
A lovely damsel, bright and fuir.
Sho opened tho door, as ho politely ask
ed "is tho Chief Justice withinl" "No,
sir,' said the pretty one, "but will be
shortly." "Ah, that's no matter," said
the Counsellor, as ho was curiised with
in the door, "I did not come to see the
father; my client is interested only in tho
testimony of the daughter. My client,
madam, owns the mansion you see yon
der, and the pith of the suit is to ascer
tain if you would have any objection to
becoming its mistress. I'll call next
Sabbath evening for your answer."
"Why, sir, it won't bo necessary to sus
pend the suit. 1 think your client s case
is founded in justice, and I am sure
ho will win his point without any special
pleading; but as the father has been 21
years upon the bench, it would become
decorous to see if his opinion does not
confirm mine." Certainly, madam, said
the lawyer, as the father entored tlie a
partment. It is needless to say that the
full court did not teverse the decision,
and the happy pair signed the bonds and
went into possession iu four woeks from
Chances of IflaiTiiigc.
The following curious statement by
Dr. Granville, is taken fiom an English
paper. It is drawn from the registered
cases of 876 women and is derived from
their answers of the oge at which they
respectively married. It is the first ev
er constructed to exhibit to females their
chances of marriage at various ages. Of
876 females, there married,
3 at 12 113nt20 28 at 27 5 at 34
12 ' U 86 " 21 22 " 28 2 " 35
l(i " 15 83 1 22 17 " 2!) 0 " 30
4:1 " 19 57 " 23 9 "30 2 " 37
45 " 17 57 " 24 7 " 31 0 " 38
6S " 18 30 " 25 5 " 32 1 ' 39
110 " 18 25 " 26 7 " 33 0 " 40
From ibis curious statistical table our
fair readers may form a pretty accurate
judgement of tho chances that they have
ofentering into the holy state of matri
mony, and enjoying the sweets of wedded
Turning. "I understand, Mr. Jonos,
that you can turn anything noater than
any other man in town."
"Yes, Mr. Smith, I said so."
" Well, Mr. Jones, I don't like to brag
but there is no live man on earth that con
turn a thing as well as I can whittle it."
'Pooh, nonsonso, Mr. Smith, talk about
your whittling; wlmt can you whittle as
well as 1 can turn ltf '
"Anything, everything, Mr. Jones.
Just name the articlo that 1 can t whittle
that you can turn, and I will give yoa a
V if I don't do it to the satisfaction of
theso gentleman present."
"Well, Mr. Smith, suppose wo take
two grindstones, just for trial: you may
I . . I IT I , . ..
wuitue ana iwiii turn.
Don't put too much confidence in a
lover's vows and sighs, said the Boston
Post's Mrs. Partington to her noicc; "let
him tell you that you havo lips like straw
berries and cream, cheeks like a tarna
tion, and an eye like an asterisk, but such
things oftener como from a teHdor head
than a tender heart.
Fever and Agiio, uud all Fevers Cured by
All fevers are occasioned by the disordered mo
tiou of the blood, produced by tho humoral serosi
ly by hardening the valves of tho vessels. The
blood circulates with greatly increased speed, unit
is still increased by the friclioii of the globules, or
particles which compose the mass ol llnuls. Thou
it is that the excessive heat and chills is expe
rienced throughout the whole system, and accom
panied with great thirst, puin iu tho head, back,
kidneys, nud iu fact a complete prostration of all
tho faculties of the mind as well ns body.
On the first uttuck of fever, or any discaso, im.
mediately take a largo dose of Brandreth't Vege
table Univerml Pills, and continue to keep up a
powerful cll'ect upon the bnweles until tho fever
or pain has entirely ceased. Six or eight will iu
most nnses be sullicient as a first dose, and one
doso of this kind it is not improbable, may pruvent
mouths of sickness, perhaps death.
Vr. Benjamin Brandreth't Vegetable Univer
tal Pills, aro indued u universally approved medi
cine, which by its peculiar nction, demises tho
blood of ull impurities, removes every Pai.v and
Weakness, und finally Rettorcs the Constitution
to perfect Health and Vigor.
TheURANDRETU'S PILLS are sold lor 25
cts per box, at Dr. B. HraudretlrsPriiicipul Office,
241 Broadway New York.
OCT Brwareofi: uerfeilt!!! The following
ate (lie only aiiinnri'.e'l Animus for tlicsaleof Hie
genuine Braiwlrrlli fill! in I' airfield roi-nly
RkinmundSon & Buck, Lancaster Joseph Clem
nit. Rotaltim, PtMfr Woiser, Green Casllc, Israel
G'rrgi;, Lythnpolis,. II. Kvani, Winchester Peter
Sliavert Oakland, J. II. Snnilermaa Jlmanda, I).
Beery, Sugar Grove, Aflinaiuli Sc Beery, Bremen,
Cha's (J. Wilton it Co., Itiuhuille, Josse Ijcohner.
h est-Rushrille, V. Brerk, Carroll. N. J. lion-en,
riikermgtoti, Cox & Read, Baltimore, Philip
Hani, Pieasaiitvllle, I. B. & C. Puddeu, Salem,
Jocob ICetuer, MilltrsjiorL
Lancaster September 3, 1817. Iml7
I! I. AX-SEED OIL--300 Gallons of
clear Flax-Seed Oil, just received and for sale
by BURY & BECK.
Lancaster, July 9, 1847. . ' 9
LANCASTLlt, Friday, September 10. 1847.
CORRKCTKD Willi) If XIXKKAU OOTt.
I Dried Apple,.. .
Clover tjeed. .'. . .
. . . fl '
Loaf do. 1,'ilU
Suluratus, . .
Tea 45 80
l'ickerul $8 00
Cur. Tohucco,. 1433
Kentucky do ...748
Salt, (ban-el).... 1 75
By Telegraph For the Zunesville Courier.
l'llILADULl-HU, Sept. 79 o'clock 1". M.
The simply of Flour in small, with moderate
sales ut previous priced.
1-oUN hale ol in :x oil ut 17 cuuu. The mar
kc-t in iuuclive.
I'oiiK Sales of Western Mesa, No 1, at $ 1 5,50
No change in oilier articles usually reported.
1'i rT.iHUiiiiii, September 7 9 o'clock 1'. M.
Floijii The market is unsettled, unci no truua
uctinus have occurred.
CiiKt it Sales ut (i'n7 couth por poiiuil.
Our correspondent sent in uo New York, or
Baltimore reports, last night.
Cincinnati, September 6.
Fi.our Market quiet. Sales, from Canal, at
1 4,20, nnJ from store at $4,00.
Whiskkt Sales from river ut 17.J cents
Cmi.i.icoTMK, Septeinlicr 7.
The iirice of Wheat run es from 70 to 75 cents,
l-'luiir retails at tfof 1,25; Corn 25 in ear, 20 tents,
shelled: Oats 17c-, Hurley iil'a Vic; Flaxseed ti'Jc;
Beans HO'aitiii:; Lard. (j'rtu'J cents; Damn, ling
round, C cent. Gazette.
NkW Orleans, August 27.
Cotton liukiug up sales 500 hales on the '-'bib,
at fair prices. Sales 500 bhls, Illinois and 5:)J St.
Louis Flour of Nothing done in Corn
or Wheat, l'ork $15 for mess, Hud $12.50 for
l'riue; in small lots. Prime Keg Lard, 13'al4cls
The Grcut Cure for Consumption!
DR. DUNCAN'S KXPF.CTOKA.NT KF.MKDY.
Alliioteil render do not sudor this disease to knit
its fatal threads in your system; they are certain
to hurry you to mi untimely grave, llus not ex
perience taught you have nut occular proofs con
vinced you, that Consumption is certuiu death to
all whom it may encounter, when left till a late
ponoilf I hen why will you delay nrocui iiiff n
remedy iudue season to arrest the progress of that
fell destroyer? A Cold, which soon terminates
in a coughing, by which soreness of throat uud in
llamatiou of the mucous membrane of the bron
chitis produced, and the Lungs rendered open to
disease. Thus persons gutter themselves to pro.
crastiiinte until death looks in ut their door.'
when they will begin to bo concerned uliout their
health, when in ull probability it is ton lute. Mav
all who have u cold take timely warning uud get
mi oi u ns soon ns posstiite.
On. Duncan's Kxpkctoiiant Mkmkdv stands
before tho public tested by thousands, and daily
used iu almost every family throughout the
dilforeut States fur diseases of the chest and Lungs.
The vast amount sold iu this city, and that to so
many persons who comn back mid obtain it by the
hull' dozen bottles, is sullicient evidence ol'its won
derful efficacy !
Call at Dr. Duncan a Western Medical (Juice
No. 15 1 Sycamore st. Cm. Ohio.
For sale by Macccruekeu &. (Jalbrailli. Lancaster
Mit. EniTon: Please announce JONATHAN
COULSON as u Candidate fur Cnnntv- r'nimtiid.
siouer, utthe ensuing October election, and oblige
MARRIED On the 31st August. 1847, by the
Rev. P. C. Beundum, Mr. HENRY MOTTElland
Miss MARIA CUTLER, nil of Pleasant township
On the 2nd SentHmliiii-. in.17. I,v loli,. (-,,,,1,
Esq., Mr. SIMEON II. ARNDT, of Licking
f,.,ii,tr a. .A ll.a U k f 1 1 I ' T 'M.- ..I't,..!.;
, aim ..uoo imuni'ji, jr., oi Diiuuuore,
Fnirlield County, Ohio.
On the 2nd of September, 1347, by the Rev.
David II. Swartz. Mr. HENRY WARD and -Miss
ETHOLINDA GEOIIEGAN, ull of Baltimore,
Fuirfield County, Ohio.
On the 2nd of September, 1847, by the Rev. A.
.1. Weddell, Mr. MARTIN 11ECK uud Miss MA
RY C. GRAFT, both of Lancaster.
On the same day, bv the same, Mr. WILLIAM
YOUNG uud Miss CATHARINE E., daughter ol
Mr. Jacob Shn-ffer, (Saddler) of Fairfield County..
DIED In Marion towuship, Marion County,
Ohi Sunday the 2!)lh August, 1847, Mrs,
MARTHA, consort of Mr. John Anderson, form
erly of Fuirfield county, in this State, in the 3!Hh
year of her age. Buckeye JCaglc.
Dissolution of rarliicilup.
ITOTICE is hereby given, that the partnership
1" heretofore existing between the firm of
ALSPAUGII &BEATTY is this day dissolved by
mutual consent of the parties, and tho business
will iu lutiire bo conducted by M. ALSPAUGII
ulone. All persons having unsettled iiccountsdue
the firm will pleuso call and close up the same
with N. BEATY, who is authorised to settle up
the firm books. M. ALSPAUGII,
N. B HATTY.
Baltimore, August 31, 1817. Ini47
Attach men t Notice.
NOTICE is hereby given, that James M-
itti., wii n,u ib uuy Ol iVllgllSt, A. U. 101
sued out of tho Clork'a Office of lhe Court of
lommou fleas ol ruirliold County, Ohio, against
mo guous, ciiaueis, rigtiis.creuiis, moneys, etlects,
luuds and tenements of-Juhn Jackson, lor the sum
ol F ivo Hundred ' Dollars dnmu"esi which writ
i i .i i . i
ii. is ueeu surveu anil reuil'lieil.
Attest JOEL RAD EBAUGII, Clerk.
Martin Eitinokii, Attorneys.
September 3, 1847. prfcefl,75 CwI7
FAR I?I P OK S A L K .
flIIE subscriber dosirous of dovotiug himself
JL to his profession, wishes to dispose of the
proporty on which he now resides, consisting of
a SAW-MILL in good repair, and a G RIST-MILL
with two run of Stones (one now in operation)
with 95 ACRES ofGOOD LAND, about 4(1 clear
ed uud under good cultivation, the rest well lim
bered with Oiik, Pine, Hemlock, &,c.
Thoro is also on the place a handsome YOUNG
ORCHARD of APPLES, PEACHES and CHER
RIES, ull grafted fruit of the best kinds, Grapes
and Shrubbery in the Garden, and a very convo
iiiontnud roomy house: also two oilier comforta
ble houses designated for a Miller, Ac.
Tho above properly is situated on Clearcreek.a
beautiful stream, and one of the best for Mills iu
tho State, alfordiug plenty of water to run the
Mills ull tho year; and about lOmiles south of Lan
caster, in one of tho most healthy , beautiful and
romantic portions of Ohio. Thoro aro soven or
eight never failing Springs of excclluul water on
Here is also an excellent chanco for raising
Stock, tho woods nfl'urding plenty of pasture iu
summer, nud the farm und mill producing plenty
of Ibod for winter.
Further description is deemed unnecessary as
purchasers ure requested to cull and exaiuiuu for
The property will be sold cheap and on reason
able payments, if upplicution be made soon,
come or you may miss a bargain. "
Possession given immediately, anil an unques
tionable title. J. 8. McABOY.
beptcmbor 3, 1847. 3wl7
rff"MIE Duplicate oC Tuxes levied Cur Corpora
I ' tion purpusea for tho yenr 1847 Ima been
pluced in my ImncU lor collection. I will there
fore proceed alter the firat day of Soptember next
to collect the tame according to law.
. GEORGF. WORRELL, Marshal.
Lancaster, Anguiit27, 1847. 3wlfi.
Valuable la run lor Sale,
BY virtu of s dwed of trust rxecutal to me
by William Thompson of Fairfield county,
Ohio, dated August 10, A. I). IS Hi, I will orlrn
lor mIu at public vendue, at tho old Court House
iu Columbus, Franklin couuty, on Wodneduy,
the U2 day oi litis month, between tlie hours of
IU A. M. and 4 p. M. (unless dispoted of by uri
vs'e sale orinr in tli .t ,1 ,1,. i. , .
ea situated in Kairlirld county, Ohio, aud bouudeU I
uud deaeribod us follows, to wit:
A certain tractor panel ot laud known and j
distiii((uishrd by being one hundred and nine
ucres more or less, from off the north side of the
Kuiii e.i,i quarter t section number nine, iu j
township uiimber lil'tei-u, and range number i
twenty, it being the while remaining balaoco of
said quarter section, after deducting from I In- s.iuni
tilty-two ucres uud fifty-six polos and is ull the
land conveyed tosnid Tuomiwin by John Mi-Arthur
and wife, by deed dated November the i,ir
A. D. WIT, which deed is recorded in tlm Itecor
der's olfico of S lid Fuirfield county, in Hook it,
page 53U uud i'il.
Al-,0 u certain other tract or parcel of land situ
uted in said Fairfield county, known und distiu-guishi-d
by being filly-two ucres from oH' the
south east quarter of nei.-tiou number nine, iu
township number fifteen, and ratine number twen
ty, and also line rinlit in wi.llli IVf.i.i tl,a t,..it. . ..i
corner of the atoresaid fifty two acres north with
Hie Section line till it intersects the West end ol
Columbus street iu the town of Pickeriiigton, be
ing the same premises sold ami conveyed to said
Thompson by Jacob Pickering and wile bv deed,
dated Julv 15. A. 1). 11134. wilil h deed In 1-f.rtti'iL
oil in lhe Kecorder'a ollice of said Fairfield conn-
ty, iu Hook V. page 479.
Alsou certain other ll-actiir ;,:irr i.f -,,l(
uatu iu said Fairfield county, and known and dis-
guislied by being the balance ol the west bail' of
soctioli number nine, in tnwi.tdiiit iiiiint.r liii.,..,.
uud in raugo uuiiiber twenty, idler deducting
iiieruiiom oua iiuuilreil ucres lunuerly owned My
John Shirder, nud eighty acres formerly owml by
Amos Davis, said promises containing one hun
dred Ulld lWHIltV.4f!rit linns. i I.. ..I ll...
same sold and conveyed to said Thompson by
v.uuuua v.. iiuuu uim wue oy need, iinteil July
19, A. I). 11)19. which deed is recorded iu the Re
corder's ollice of said Fairfield county, iu Book M
All of the said lauds lie near lo the town of
Pickuringtou. Tonus of sale Cash.
W. DI'.NNINDN, Jr.
Sept, 3 1847. State Journul. pl$ a
WHITE XEAD-150 Kegs f f,eS,
nure White l.i-inl. I'liisliiii-'.l, mi. I f'i,i.
ciuuati brands, just received and fur sale by
ULKl & BECK.
Lancaster, July 9, 1347. !)
Laiu aslcr IVmnlc Academy.
The Fall term of this school will commence on
Monday September lith.
Encouraged bv success Mrs. Ely will make in
creased etlbrts to secure a continuance of tho p.tt-
rouago sue lias so ricliiy enjoyed. 1 lie pupils
will he unmixed ill two dintinct deiiartments.
The 1st. uudcrtlio immediate instructiiin of Mrs.
Ely. The 2d or primary department under Miss
Helen M. Barker.
1st. Dkpautmkst Geometry. Mental and Mor
al Philosophy, Rhetoric, Elements ul Criticism, As-
Irouomy, Chemistry Composition Sc. $5 UD.
Arithmetic, Geography, Nat. Philosophy, Physi
ology, liolimy, Analysis, Grammar, Composition
2d. Okpaktmcvt Arithmetic Gnmnuar. Gu-
ogruiiliy, Writing, History, Composition Spelling,
"caning ?:i Oil
Spelling and Reading :.f i 51)
French Drawing and Painting, each (2 (19
J. W. ELY.
Lancaster, August 27, 1847. 3wl(J
Jo in 1 1 1 i i o u f r' iT'Sal e .
FAIRFIELD COMMON PLEAS,
rendleton Riley & Co. 1
. IN CHANCERY.
Levi Anderson el als. j
BY virtue of an aliai writ of sale and reference
to me directed from the Court ol Common
Pleas, for the County ot Fuirfield and State of
Ohio, I will oiler nud expose to sale by public
vendue, at lhe Door of the Court House III the
Town of Luucaster, on
Monday the 27th day of September next
between thehoursof 19 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'
clock P. M. of said day. tho followiu!? described
Real Estate, to-wit:
1. The Westhalfol Iu-LotNo 10, in SquareNo.
8, iu the Town of Lancaster Appraised at $525(1.
2. Out Lot (adjoining Lancaster) No. 5. North
west, coutaiuing 2 37-100 Acres Appraised ut
3. l'urt of an Out-Lot bounded on the west by
Ill-Lot No. 114 iu Carpenter's Addition to the
Town of Luucaster being go much of said Out
Lot as is included between the Roud from Luu
caster to Athens und the Hocking C'unul uud In
Let No. 114 it being the same Tract conveyed
to said Anderson by George Ring and Wife,' In
deed recorded in Book No. (i, p. 20 Appraised
ut$?5. Terms of tjale Cash in liunil. .
P. U. EW1NG,
August 'i, 1317. 5wl5pf3,75
III raii lu ld tHiiiiiou Picas.
PETITION TO SELL LANDS.
John R. Muinaiigh, Administrator of David Rees,
The Widow and Heirs.
1 PURSUANT to an order of the Court of Com
mon Pleas to me directed, as Administrator
ol'said Estate, I will oiler at public sale, ut the
door of the Court House in the towu of Lancaster,
iu said Cuunly of Fnirlield, on
Suturdny the 33th day of September, 1817.
between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. anil 4 o'
clock P. M. of said day, the following described
Reul Estate, to-wit: Parts of lu-Luta Nus. 7 and 8
uud of In-Lot No. li. iu tho 1st Square of tho town
of Lancaster, being the present residence of the
Widow of the suiil David Rees, Jr , us described
iu lhe order uf sale to me directed.
The above proporty will be sold subject to tho
payment of $33. annually, to the Widow, iu lieu
of her dower therein.
The terms of sale will be one-third in hand, one
third iu one year, and one-third iu two yeurs.wilh
interest from lhe day of aalo. The House and
Lot appraised at $1,452, and will be sold at nut
less thaii $11110.
JOHN R. MI MAUGH, AdminUrator
Of Ike Estate of Uavtd licet, Jr. deceased.
August 20, 1817 5wl5 pf $3,25
Instate of John Augustus.
NOTICE is hereby given that the subscriber
has been appiiinlcd and qualified us execu
tor on the eslutu of John Augustus Sen., late of
Fuirfield County, deceased.
I) A VII) AUGUSTUS Executor.
Lancaster August'.1!), 1847. 4wl(.
Estate of Elizabeth Morton.
NOTICE is hereby given that the subscriber
has been appointed uud qualified us Admin
istrator do bonis mill on the cslute of Elizabeth
Morton, lute of Fnirlield County, deceased.
JOHN McARTIIEIt, Administrator.
Lancaster August 13, 1317. 4wlti.
Estate of Daniel Koiscl.
NOTICE is horcliy givvu, tlmt tho uiidorsif'ned
Ima been iippoiuk-d anil duly quulilieu, us
Ailiiiiiiidlrntiir i: limit non uf thu Kuluto ut Di.v
iki. IIoisel, doceuacd, Into of FuirliuM County,
WILLIAM HAMILTON',, Adm tc bonit non.
Clourcrcck towuship, July UO, 1817. 4wl6
BY virtue of u Fr, ot I.ov. Fa. to mo directed
from tho Court of Common l'leas for Fuii Held
County Ohio, I will oiler uud ox nose In aulo by
public vendue uud outcry, ut tho door of tho Court
House, on Monday lhe iJ7lli d;iy of September
next, between thu houraof 10 o'clock A. M. nud
4 o'clock 1. M. of suidduy, the following describ
ed Lund and Tenements, to-wit: ln-Lot No 1, iu
tho 15th Square of the Town of Luucaster, Fair
field County; Ohio, together with all the improve
ments thereon belonging. Taken in execution an
the property of William Cox, ut the unit ol'Snmiiel
Beery, Cor tho use nf the Trustees of tho Lan
caster Ohio Bunk. Terms of wile cash iu hand.
F.I.1AS FERRY, Sheriff F. C.
August 27, 1847. 5wlnprfoe2,2.i
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY
EP'Orricr.Tallmadgp's Building 3d Story.
Lancaster, June 5. 1846.
DH. WILLIAM FISCHER,
4 GRADUATE of COTTIXGEN, Iwving U,
2 A rated iu Luucaster, burebv tenders hw er.
vices to til's public, in the various brunches ol
MEDICINE. SCKGEHY. 4c.
nron iCE In the Brick II .u of Ilenn
A'ii'iM. ('..riier ,f M iio and Cdcmbiij, ,sti
Laucuster, August JO, 117. 315
in:T ri riiiiitii
IV IN DOW GLASS'.
A ASSORTED, froui8bv II) lo 21 bv25. f,r
.'leby (iEORGE KALFFM A .
Lancaster, Auguat 21), 1847, 1 5
rmvu: highest prick Iu'cash win i,e
given for FLAX-SEED by
Lancaster, August 20, 1847.
GEORGE KAL FFM AN.
1 v, s -v u ti c: Va 1 V K 1
AM) K'lR HAI.K,
Q KEGS PUKE WHITE I.EM), und
Ol 5 Barrels LINSEtl) OH.. I.v
Lancaster. Aug. 13 1847. 14
family ' nicer ic.
yK Ungs Gre.-n and Yellow RIO COi-'FEE;
0 3 IJ.c.s BLACK PEPPER:
YOUNG HYSON uud IMPERIAL TES, A
Forsuloby GEORGE K.U I I Al AN.
Lancaster, August 13. 1847 14
10 IlarrcJ TaiiticrN Oil.
JUST received and for sale by
Lancaster. August 13. IU 17. 14
( vi,i, vr 1111:
OLD DRUG STORE
.l see 11 Iresh -apply ol DRUGS ami Ml
m. D1CI.M.S PAINTS nud DYE-STUFFS.
For sale low. GEORGE KALFFM AN.
L uicasler, August 13, 1847. 14
IO lt;iinli Walcr Li inc.
liitticriKtffr, A'l.'t V), Hi 17. t
IMale i" Uvc ISouinaii.
"Vf" 1 ' '"li''''')' givn. thut iht mulcj-tigiictl
1.1 Imh niwi Ir-'ally apimiiited and iiniilitifil an
l.Xfcutor ut um l.itnUi ut I.yk 1Iiv.m.v, Ltlt u
licni Tuwtiship, Knirticlil Ontulv. Uliiti.tlft
All mihoiis ciiiircnitMl will Thpicf'tiro tnke noficr
iict-iirtliiiglv. -ItillN A. COLLINS, Exrfor.
Aiiynslio. 1IM7. AsV
Zant'Hville A: llnyMVillcTiirii
IMF (.'"iinuiisniiiiiei-. uuii;r initliurily if tin
Li'srisliiluiH "tn i-x niiiiif! Cully tlii! win k, p i-
pnra mill lining" "I'lliu Z ine ille uiul M.i) illi:
1 unipiki! Ciiniiiiiiv. i ri-inly U) rec t-ive uuy ruin-'
iiiuiiit-iili.iiis, relative to uijtteri lavmuuiliiiz in -
vestiLMlioii, w hich tboiio iiiterete-.l mav wii.li lo
make. It U expected that all statemeuta will be
properly verified by the parlies in the rase.
Letters can be Curwarded to the address of the
iiliilersiL'iied at Lancaster, cine of J. ). Martin,
.Sec'v. "C tlu Zauesville &. Mavsville Turnpike
Culiipauy. J. THOMAS.
Limiaster, August 13, 104"
A Fine Farm for Sale.
near lliivniispiirt, iu i nii I'u lil County, well '
improved ami in good coiiiiitiou. will bo sold al
privute sule. ou teriiiH to suit purchasers.
About Forty Acres are covered with an excel.
lent growth ol' limber, uud the balance is under
cultivation. There are on it a good Dwelling
House and Bum. and suitublo oiit-house: a sood
Wellol Water near the Kitchen and unotbe'r iu
the Barn-Yard. Anyone wishins to purchase a
first rate farm will liud this a rare chance. It lies
ailioillilll' the lauds of Jlldlp Martin anil Jnel tf:u I
F'or terms uud oilier particulars apply to the
owners Henry U. and John Ilaiiua on the pieiui-
ses. or to the undersigned iu Luiii uster.
M. A. DAUGIIEETY. ii.tiuscuiiiiuv.' '
Ji'"c'!s,er' LAuS"st.13' mT- it I ENfiLISH URE K FA ST TEA, fine... 00 50
Vnlll'llllo ISonl l-fllc Vil 'il ' ,l" do extra line OO uaj
.1III.IUIC IkCai I.SI.UC IU1 .HC ; ,l0W(iI-vs mivI I'IIE, u m-ims mid
B virtue ol un order Irom the Cuiirt of Coin- j rid, ua,:k -rea vkne lUvor 00 73
nion Plena fur Fairfield Couuty, Ohio, I will ('ON(iO, imod 00 37
nller nt 1'iiblic Sale, ut the Court House door ,iu j p,, verv line 00 50
tho Town of Laiicuster.iu said Fuirfield County ,u ' PEKOE F LOWERS, good 00 87 J
Saturday lhe 18lli Uny of September, 147, ! U.i do gardeu gro-.vt'u... 1 50
between the hours of 12 o'clock M, and four o'- IJeside the above we expect daily from China
clock 1'. M. of said day, the following described ! several splendid chops ot Tea, exc!uiceli) iuix.r
Reul Estate, belonging to the Estate of the late .ted by the l'EKIN TEA CU.. uud which we in
(ieuenil Davii) Hkks, deceased, vi.: 100 Acres tend to i-upvright to prevent trickery. Let our
ol I. anil ott l In? est side ol a I- arm Im-Iouijiiiu' to
said deceased in (irecuticld Townshq) i miles
North Irom Lancaster, iu Section No. 24. Town
ship No. 15. Range No. Ill: Also. 114 Acres West
part of the Northeast (Quarter of Section No. 13,
Township No. I I. Range No. 18, known as the old
Home Farm ol said deceased Also. lu-Lot No. 7.
iu tin) 12lh Siniare ol'lhu Town of Lancaster, and
i. :.. . ,i. .. -i i- : i t i . .i .-
lie esh ei,e ol ""I1 t U ""
ol Ins uoulli; A No, t.irt ut lu-Lot No 11, m tlu tt!h
Stii;ilt' (if wiitl Ttiw'll, kmiwii IW tho "Checkered
Store" c.ll Muiu Strert. The Town ni-oimitv will
ii i it . - . , ' '
ho tfuhl siiIijL'ct to tlits widows ilciwcr, hs now
Ii ut u!V. Tlie Liiiiils will be dultl cluar ami free
The iilinve described property is well improved
and worth the nttontiiiii of purchasers. Terms
of Sale I lue-thii'il part iu baud, mid the residue i
111 two equal uiiiinal payments, with interest Ironi
tho day of sale. JOHN A.CUI.I.INS. Adiu'tur
with lhe Will nuiiexed.
August 13. 1847. 5wllplfl,7.) ,
Fairfield Common, l'leas. 1
1'ETITION FOR I'ARTITION.
James M. Huber.
(irtnr-m AriwiKl ami Marv V hi- wife I ttc M irv ,,,,IHI!rnl warflmiw, "i .tii:niiilieMO mm iluir enliven
1 , . ,1 T ., V ? h me.au.laltl.i ai. piK. ih:it (tie muchaut iwy who
A. Himor. Iloracti UuUcr. Jane A, lluurr. Mil-' him m a.-nin.-fj'ff Tmr .si- "
lison lltllier, Sumll C. Hubcr, Ilrtniot C.i Kisk ohium. Hi.uk Viie Pekin rompanv
llubcraml Uuliu J liibor iiiiimrdiiUrcii of TliiU , 'ilUo" """ u'a HyiK-iuu tiom; tea at 5U
ri , , i.i i .1 ii i riMiti ir iMiiin.i l.tmsuuiprxit u-a, who have rn.tii nay-
ti Htibiir, ileceuKwl, tlie hpiru-ut-law ami Kttlli iuj, f1 UU:I ,.r (MUIl(1 tor ihi ari.rl.. arc no.ucsi.-il to
Hither, Witluw ol l'lnlip Hubtrr, ilifccasuil roiupnr.Mi nidi iheafMivc, am! Jinlsn fur tlifiiwlvctwhirh
Tl Mi: Pefuiuluub me lierehv notiHril tlut tho w Hie l'",,,l imy a ln'tier oa at four shilling
rartitioii 111 tho tlork sUllice ot the tourt ulore-; so. sr,!i ;a this r.-.-it tua i-Ji!.i!'iisl.iiieni ;i(73rrnis. It i
sniil, ihereiu tlemuniliiig that part i 1 ion be maile i Imiier Ihan anyilna of tlie kiml n-e havo m-it IhuijIii
subject to assii'iiuieut of Dower to the Wulow.bo. I clvhHre al one it.illar. Cimmtixial Mrtni.fr.
i, .s. 1 . i. . t I . r . i ll'unv ol oa-rt'nilrT: t!iire In ll;ivc l-'ioa tea, they Can
twee., the 1 e itiouer und lhe Deleudun s (except ! 0, 01,;e reki lfca Coi 111Vi;3 ;7 ,,ll0n .tn-u
as to tho naul Horace who is charged to have been ' Mirturii.
ailviuiceil ill lull by llio intesluteiil hislil'o liuic)ol': Tm IVaix 7V roi.-.iv.-l very rliccrf illy rail
,l... r..ll ; r I I . . V .lie atlrnlmn nl'iill luverjinf Hire anil fiu-.Tiinl feu5.lm.li
- .p i v in l ....
hecliou No. 5. Township No. 1.1, Itan-e No. 20,
containing 150 50-100 Acres, taking tliereli-um u
i,i,,.J ,,l',.l..it A r.n. inn Aeij rnium-Afl In. il.n
u,8, ... u 'in i. ni
f... r..l... 1 1 .. i ..... ,i... c ..,.1.
I . . . .i if . ... .1.. .i- .
ii.icomiu kj .M.iiii i. nun. ... iuiuiiitii
Quarter ot isoction No. SO, in lovnhi No. I, I conK)iiLiKc:nf iu injurious euVcts. until n. lenuili lie lint
South of Huuge No. li, ill llio ilistrict of Lnuils lioi oiiie Impelm oi timliiie. .unoni! any uf llif iniorled va
subject to sale ut Bucvrus, coutaiuiuu' Hill Acres, j r"!l"- Uei "ur market, a kind wlikli lia.l no. rli an
,, J ,, o ,i ,;-,. r i v ni etli.it. In lliia, liom ver. such pgrtuni will Im a;reealily
Also, tho .Southwest Qilnrtel of Section No. Jl, , (1ira1Hljle,,. n,r ,;.klu Tal cumpany have ronmwiireil
Township No. 1, (.Soulh) ill Ii:iii''o No. 12, cou-1 tiw iniiiiaimii ut clmiru vaiitticjiii'Ciir.Uu lea. of imxt
mining 1G0 Acres more or lew, uud tho Southwest j ilfht-ii.ua tlnver. rultiva.eil ami pkknl Willi ureal rarr,
Quarter of Section No. la, iu Township No. J I wlik-li have heretofore never Inn i,,trluccd i.uo thi
," . ,, ,,.r !. ruunlry, rlient in prvarnit lo iiiiiHVti-r. Aniniis lln-Ke
(6outh) ol Itmiye No. 10. contaiuiug 100 Acres ut n.v ),,. an 0....'. mihl aj.e y I iiasranlaaa rnrf
Ltlliil llioi-o of leas. wtiirh wetfiH-ciallv ret-ommi-nd lo all nervt.ua memi. U
The Dol'cutlmils will therefore take notice, that
nu ll orders wil! bo had lit said Court ut its next
Term, to bo holdeu on tho 27 lh September next,
us aro played for iu lhe aaid 1'etitiou.
lR'NTKIt & (iAUAGIITY,
Attorneys for Demandant.
August 10, 18-17. iiwllpl$j,2i
Fairfield l-omiiioii ricas.
David .lenuiiigs, Adiuiiiiblriitoi-. "
ol Charles SwurU, dec. rr.TITIUN
Lyiliii SwurU. I TO SELL
LaviunSwiirtz, J LAN US.
,. -i i r i . i i-ii .-
1 hosiuil ilelondimts, bema minor children ot
stiitl Charles Swartz, dec. will tnke notice that a
petition was tiled by said administrator at the .May
term, 1817, of the Court of Common l'leas lor
ruirliold county, Slate ol Ohm, prnymg Im- an or
der of sale of Lot No 2S, iu Hoshor's Addition to
tho Towu nf Jefferson in said roauty for the pur
pose of paying lhe debts of said decedent, and
that at tlie September Torin, 18 17, or snirl Court
saidordor will bo entred up accordingly
JOEL RADEBAl'GH; Clerk F. C. P. '
Stakberrt & Va Trump, Att'ys.
August 26, 1847. pf$3 50 '6wl6.
. Blank Summons
For &sle at the Gazette U Express Oifue
Cheat and Grow Itich.
7BHIflliMbiathhrH prltviptV of loo mnf 0f tlw
A wMm1 dlr 11. tm opio ihitim.and Uiey hate
pririicf( thr ui" tuintrfi, imu-ilRrti on Itiri ounirv Mn-
rinnf wi'lMiul itf rear of JnriuHi Hut a mw in H
irn 1 rtuift i rum m Urn rt.KX TKA CiiMPANV
Uitiirt )MtrMr Oi U nitrWuf tM(. Ttwy war ttte Aral ir
MicuuLiia ;tin "ur 7ca Mgnfit rici-t.'" A ruin
li'u rvo(itliri tin Imm !( ronHn'ttr. 1 jrt roiiaunwrf
v-i- m, iat'ff J.kjIc Ml Mtt.'tt r l.;H: Jjiiii.
Vl wrf Hm- iir( fiMl ititrin I'fiii that wwit to
r.tn.i riM, iffVMl tor liVm furm.
"M, Wr ti&vr rfi ivni rail of itM Diarhet a van amount n(
ryr.r --. oij; lin(trttr of ott-n ruitii to us lo
ui-ir nwn ii, r.r Ihfir fiwwt tutu qnilitir tin.)
rOH (Ht tMlWIate 1-laM.
Al Wtt ln,ve rrlii' ii prt. ,.,1 tU jj iKf mil .Nifh
i 'in riiiintf tl.irfrMiti- aim! ml n hinn-u 1 hi w e Imvu
aim irow whul we ar- rfa.lv txlu
M. U'e Will 'uii Uv tl- iUlit' f hi-l. luaif rliMl nr
i U Ih la. at Uh' wiiiia rir mltml wln'nti tntrr.ru jm to
jlin- nriMitT when !()! buy hy llt. hunt! red lM1'hHji.
I sr-l Tli wlitfc5.ilff jriKi'W allow only 13 oral mont II
j It- lart tn t f li.ilf i h-(. Thu i-url,ra'. U h m ill at
tow. in oioi' triiHnrf, l i htm! Iti tjie on ll.- cn.it.
.'I-l W't lMTliy Hiulriake to wll txvtf kiutl of Ti-a
j Trnm it fu tictlc ctt'tt pr p-jttwt cheaper (liun thft whole'
ah: gnrrttf Jo.
Mow ran w? 'lo Him a' HMoiiutfv mrrrhattl 7
t Thu ij mot ftnwr. tVc an mnti'-.f wih im-vph (if
nt tirytif nuii-iiii of .15 and 5(' ptr ri-nt a la wlu!t-aif
1 t f ttfrvi Hi tha'iktf of Hi" rountrv ttnrr1ifiHig far
ViiiK IIiiMit w't'fltT f'Oitl Ifin t'lit?rt'il. 11 ihrni rJi:i
M ti- iir.-ii.in- .ri;.f rcki v i r; r". '! (M.tni'
vuintV of "IVii tli-v o i-W't h'f(r; ;fij i) they buy tail
ih.-H. ul Itih tin. n . n - irir o n n'l.
A'i I!mkd-.'i it;Kir'i-r l;jla!y. .n-f-.l fo i tUflt kr roolil
, !('( tl -It MHJll-t ,- M-llllaJ JV.HJ I It I ! -tf ' Villi
I Mini v - ihiiii itfi J'j's.l 'IV:.. VW ii r f'HVtti io o-(f t hrrvi'
j'lii" fr,int,;m,t run .iih.ii -! in rvrv ltmn of I h
. I, iitifj iic io r..nif r..r n.tl mhi'. buy ti- 'I'm mifNtrlnJ
! ; y h t'l.K IN TK v Cn , :u-l we pt.-t r. n wlvi -, thru if
in i luo'ii! -th, inn fM-ll iMort I i'a than tr oUUnt
:m htii-i i. aw-i to ilif hm n. n ill fit liin our 'i'ra
withinii rhar?.. TrtMif ii:mt r,.t?:ih an.) rnnnol tr iimk-uiishfr-titiMt.
U nutnl Uir ifiimodv l Hit iituiMtif mir- ,
'"ir Azen'Mii any i ! tl- l'-iii.-l .-!-.
Qy 'J'"i ivniiu-.l inivry tmv n in ih I'mM fliatra
lor tlw n;ili- i,HU V;,h, by u bii-li ibfy in mdkr inOMi'V,
miii r onlcr alu-iiffil ilp)ii 111; VuUtr. by iitii'y ntj Ut- nine
c at a log i; i; or tkas
ox 4ai.k at nit: w. Zfhuvik ay tiif
PEKIN TEA COMPANY,
75 an 77 F'tlton $(., A. V.
9j I'h 'IVn niftitioiii-il in thi f'afaloedi ai rfnnp up in
HM'irliT mii'mI. half (KKitnf, mtf ntif wmrnl v.i-k;?v tit
rirttl. or iiifitlc vvr;tH-f m I;hI, tlu- w: iiul w rapier w al-r
liriMd" uajuT, anil tltr lliiitl or nnNiih- ivrajifwr M "( I'IiIiii-m?
r'u-r (miwr Th ('imKinv wll iimii lul ifonH 1V,i!, ilott
iiin Don ttkrrmr loanniT, at! oi thfto crown in lhe in.ittt
tiUtirb.iipiilujrjf i in 4'liina t'oun'rv ili-.ib'ra tnav lirt
h miuiH a iuautiivoria h kn.it m Hmv hki., ami hnv
Ihi-lli (iirkfil in onerhi-l. 'I'Im-m- T :if aVi rnur in five
iHMin-l l.bMtefw carkriii.rfiii iiiUoii, a very rriiTn
ii'Hi. fancitnl and jiortaMr thai.
JVra.jni rrtl.liii in anv part of the fiiitft S'ufei nr
t'ann'la. ran unli-r anv of tin- IVn in th- I 'aiahiif. by it
ter. in iunoir!)i- lo 4iiit their u ifhM. (m k ibin in
4'htnfiM- IwtT.-it.'iini ila-hviT (licni io Ihrr rirwaTt!ti5 Mnr
'bant trw troni rhaf i f"r parkin or rarlai:. 'J In: loon
y iIi.hiIiI :iUan a iMiii-atiy thr unliT.
it iVt)r.r, IIVSON. irno.I .fm 3;i
HW:t't C:l lrU
lln do li.-IIT
ex I in line
Silcer Leaf Seldolii mild even bv liii'e cleult'i'4,
b:c;iue nl'tbe vt;ry ul-ill pi'nfiti. lu.iile ou its
Kile. Tlii i. a very superior Tea
On ilo fiolileii (,'hnp I'hiiitu-
lion or (iardeti rowlh 1 JO
1 , . ...
i i,;,,, lt ,
in. i iIip liu.l (lri-n t- riilm-ali-il ie
i.l III.. Iir.t i.irkiiiir. m.,1 .,.-l. nil mh.-r
; (irn-n irw f.,r im itrikai) ol rtii.r. Hfii:ili imi n'.,n,a.
I Hn-tofi.n. i!ii m ha ik-ot irwlml iliurouiiiry.ei-
" " i""" ,u ""I""-".
j "-N. very fine
- !'" I'laiitatiuu growth
' il'OWUEK. -.'nod
! aiuail li-af pl.intatuiu "rowtli
iiutii'iir i i i
; i.i r.un i.. ?mi
I In brisk ami frairri at
Mo riiriuus leal', very superior.
HYSON SKIN, good tine 'flavor
"' uo xiiu line....
j 1 1,1 -l.mi.yi. gouu, mil luvur
I . v'''7 s"!"-rior
, SOCCIION'S, good
! exti-u tine
lOOl.OXCi, slrniiK, llavor line
' Oolong This Tea is a great favorite and gives
I)u verv tine 00 61
Do in one pound uud bVif iHiuud
I .iltvs. extra liui
FLI.3 CI.l RA
-Ve M Vltnthn ti-i liai rriinmiii mi nosessy. It
I '"!rI""", ,lml !" ""'v mi'';l. li i ofaar.len
t limn In ntif tii.i i.ir In -iht' I iiinir uf I lit V If irt ai'tr i il.l
ugellts gi-t .lean ..
Hi-ri-fof.irl it has lctii very ilill ralt iiui-rl itn;io9iti!ff
III UltVHVS Utlltlllt !T'iMl !fll-ll llU' k leHS. Hilt llUIT )''lU
have O'llv to visit Hie w.irt'-rndini ul'ltti- Pirkin 'IVa 1'om
iaiiy, 7a iintl 77 Kiillon ilrecl. loc-hltun ns itelirious and
iVaranl U-.-is as yoiu-otlM w isli fur. Until ,Nm.
V.- Ituvir irii-il Tin 'i v.-is iinu'iii'-il I.v IliiuVkiit lin(.nin
pany.7j anil 77 Katlim si. .New VoiK, unit if we live
trv llitnn nflfii. Titer nre sllnis: tlie ii.hsi i fli. tons t.-as
we ever Jrank.anU retail tlK,n at wl,..ie,le puce.-Arc
i"t riiten nrsrnen and M: V Trafvrr wild iu
llwj"ry. "M;'-I 'V U Vekm Tra .n.iai.y,7.-,
, A- 77 I iiiinn iin?'-t. I tinn' who wani (jil tias at ri.'nsoii-
Hhtui.ricts, ran a'-wny ztn them thtr -rnlsnne.
; iVoitn ro Tb limsKKKn. Tl.i? ivkw Tea ('"mii;uiv,
7-"t X' "7 t'ulliiii ct liavi nn:iori' i1 into Hit mnrkt;t
UQ liilinlriMi UmiKiiul .loliari Wiirtti of ilic rtiu-jt prjufi uf
(iL't-ti and liiiit k J riii'.tfriiwi in iiic u asiiiii r.mnire. aotu:
up in all i vari'm tniny jKirkai'rs ilia! LJimicm .iis:iiiitiy
ran iiiMnit. It i-4 a iinvile;; h luy Iras al thi sn-ul tin-i.ihii-iiiiifut,
and a luxury nrul n comfort in ilrink lhe in.
Ttu y tti'M c'hnI vh only, and rwail iltt-tn al u hultali ir
rw. f.'i.iiuiry niLTclianl w ho wli in nlw'as?rllcuil leus
ran iruf ttWiniii Iheni at This place, on rt-atonahte terms.
Y'trk Conritr and hnimrtr.
V'Ih: IVkin J a 'uiiiaH) . j V 77 Fulton ittreet, arp (cr
f'Miiitit-: a irHt ami wurk.atxl will in a li:w ytar, !
vumtall il.iuuninvi' all Hit! nnor u-as whidi liavt ih luct il
tliw i-uuniry, antl Ufliauiii-I rnicnniiT! ol thu arltrli.', nut
ol I lie market. Tlu-y nnjH)rt none hut pure anil Ir.ipnnl
t Iras, aint n'lail iIm-iii Uy the mtle jkmmhI at wlioltjsjilt; pri
' rsj i-':tnuliin jirt; nlwavi itre of nhl:iintnir pom! tpH:nL
(.,,,,... , ; ,ca Warohiaire of thi.
Ill IOWII am: riMiu.ry, ... in,-Krn.
cwim,y. ur lime aiiainiaiire
eunhlc us to ln-niK-ak lor ilit in lhe ei
' nuhlir. We Iffir III -il IlK'ir le.-i, linl
tviiu i lie riuira-inrs
eiilira cuiiliilem-e of tlie
Know iti.-il llHar Ic.-in, Iki.Ii in iiuttliiy ami price
are an iluir it. ..uiii'ii iiiiii
nrt nit that i ..tiilcil ol tlicin. Manv a lovi'i ol the fragrant
M1 ctli-d to enclH.w I lie rt rluk in- of lea in
"lii many ul'.liui who have irie'l a. Ii.-is Wen to
make Ili. iu oontiraieil lea -di inkers. Lnitits M ho liaveilsi-il
it.wiv.ln y never before drank surh lea. Hut all lanli ri
ran here he siiitml, nil the sreal nilvunlase over olhem of
settilil! a imie nrtirleill wll'iltsnle prke. Innvever nuiall the
tuauiiiv. 7-he riiii.niiiy's Warrliuiue is al 75 Jf T ful
Ion al reel. golden Hale.
TtA The I'ekili Tea Ci.iniiiiiy, No. ,i liillonat.
iliiiiilesliiiiialilitell lhe hel tens iinWled into this mar
kel. That lliev- sell itieui rlieatier lliau any oilier fcfiati
IkIiiimmii. lr.a Inrt irmt-u III a Ihoiisii'id iiislaiiru since
they have oprneil lln-ir suae. It a would ailvisa our
friend- to call al thi place, anil if they ilon'l n-isli lo buy.
al least tnnhialii a hole t;oililllet, keit nil their i-oillller.
t-iilillt'd "Hints Iu Tea Drrrikert,- and iherufrom learns
lillle useful liiftn riKiliiitt on the subject. tIio Kiiiihlet is
Wen jfrutin..t.iurmil uf Comincrff.
He drink Crecu Tro, ami fur ninny years hnve len pay
1115 one dullar pt-r (Hninri fur it. llui tliauks to the I'ekiii
tk i'ouiiaiiy, wo now net a heller lea from Ihcnl al 75
crnis per lMiuun. arnuiiiiiMmi i. tter.,,,, nnnu
..,',' .,!. ,i,i r,ii:,r ,.cr vear.anrl enioviiu!
iH.n,.r tea in the barpain Coniinend us'to the fckiu tk
iJoiii.aiiy .ay ive..Ho for.
fr7Editorsand puhllhcrs of newspapers In the United
Utiles, faiiadas. If est Imiii.-s, Sir. ho will five the a!ove
i:t witcrtiaTut in their respective journals, itirludinc this no
lire, will ht! paid fur (he. sanin in any -1K48 Ill-.-y may rhnosr
lo select from the atMive CalAlosuii, al the prices thrc
naiueii, and by thlr pnn-tiasiiiK nf the. Company twice t be
anmiinr of their lull, which they are al hbetly lo.1is.poic of
as thry please.
Papers who arlvf raise, ninst tllrrrt raples marked In the
P'km Tea Ctmpm) Qn.titt, 75 77 Fulton sircet, Ktw
Vork. July S3r-ll. $40
BLASilC DEKDS AND MORTGAGES
PRINTED ou fine paper, for sale at tlu
Guzetlt) nnJ Exptesb ollice
GREAT mm OXCE ME!
MACCHACKEIf & OALEIUHTII
THU D4T COMMSCCt KtCIITINO TUB
WITHIN MNETt-FlVF. DAYS.
1.1 llli: AMOUNT OF THIS U'RCHASK.
Laucusler, July 2, 1347. '
SIMCIAfa it Sc FlKKlioxTf,
Mini' IiiSlia-fler'alluilJing, uue Juur East of
llin Trilluiailge Ilnuse.
I.aiiciiiler, June 11, 1847. ft
.It ill. N li. MARTIN,
R. V I.'FFINGKH,
i Attorneys and Counsellors al Law,
! OFFICK Iu Foaler'a Bin k Building,
I L-Mioslei-. Ohio, June 11, 1847. J
(i JL SMITH.
SMITH & TONGr,
l aliionahle Tailors.
H A V lv removed their Shop Into the store room
formerly occupied by Al ai worth Sl Wil
i.ock, where they may be found ready and will'
itig lo execute work in the neatest anil moat Cash
ionable manner, uiul iim.u the shortest notice.
J.aucuater, July Ilj, 18-17. 10
s v uix u" v vsuio xs.
U7"U(' Lt) retpei-rlully inform tlie-pnbtir, that
he has reiuoved ins Shop lo Foster's Illicit
I'niliiuig, in the rnoiii toruieily occupied by J.
W'ovU .t ('o.. as n Shoe Shop, directly above (i.
Kniitl'uian's Drnt; Store, w here he will still con.
tiiine to cany on tho
iu all iti vai-iiimliniin bes. His work will be done
iu the ueate.t and mini substuiitial unmner ami
at prices lo suit lhe time!"
Country Products of ull kimls, tukuu iu ex
change lor work
l.uui.ii.ler, Aj.i ll 2n, IS 17 tfiO
.IKonifjr at Law and Solicitor la Chancery.
OFFICK IN FOSTKK'S BRICK BCI I.DINii,
ill the Kiaim recently occupied by Charles
U01 laud, Ksip Luti aiice, one door west of Kautl'
man's Until Store, Maiii SUoet, Lancaster, Ohio.
May 11, 1817. ltf
Fuirlicld C'oiiiinoii I'lea.
Win. Slade, Jr., Adm'tor, de
bona non ot in. V . li viu.
Heirs of same.
BY virtue oCau order to ine directed in this
case, I will proceed to otfer at public sale
betoiethe Court House door iuaaid Comity, ou
Saturday Ike tli Uny ot September. 1H4T,
between the hours ot 10 o'clock A. M. end 4 o'
clia k V. .M. ot'said duy. the following Real l-jlate.
Two Lois, N'os. ! and 3, sub-divided out of Lot
No 1 and the West half of Lot No. il, in the 13th
Square of the Town of Luucaster, as unneurs bv
a Plat of said subijivuiou l oin. lining iu this case.
No. a uppruised ut S00, No. 3 at f iUOO-.
Also. No. 3, in the third Square ofsuij Towu.
This Lot is upon the Cnnnl and has upon it a
jooii n are-uoiise .-ppruiaetl Ulfluuij.
Terms One-third iu baud and the balance iu
one and two years, with interest.
WILLIAM BLADE, Jr.
Administrator de bonis non of W, If. levin.
August -JO, 13 17. 4wl5 pf J,50
State of (Ohio, .iFatrecHftfountij.
CliLKT OF COMMON PLEA3.
John C. Allispuch, )
vs. L CHA.NCKRV.
Geort'e Myers and otliers. j
OTICK is hereliy given to the Defendant
Xl licore Myers, a non-resident of this State,
that Ciiiiii,iinaut has filed ill this Court his liill
iu Chancery against him. and John A Cnlliatand
John (.'. Fall, iilleging, that said Del'eudanta are
indebted to him ou account ut a Lot of Bolting
Cloths placed iu their bauds to be sold on com
mission and pi-ayiug that an account may be
taken and Defendants decreed lo pay him the
amount due, A lid that unless he appears and
pleads, answers, or demurs to said Bill, within hi)
days after the next Term of said Court, said Bill
will be taken as confessed by him and the mutter
l hereof decreed accordingly.
JOEL UADKBAI'GH. C7rr.
August 20, 1817. Gwli plf 3,50
F all kinds cheaper tbun ever at
June 13, 1317.
Married Woman's Private
BY DR. A. M. MAU1UCEAU.
rKOFKSSOR OF UISEASLS Ot WOMEN.
Third Edition. IHmo.pp. 350. Price $1.
S1.U0O Copies aohl in three Months II !
fllllKgreatilrinaiiil for this mint important work,
JL (uf win. li tin. mauds are solujnas compelled tho
issue of anntlier edition. It. is inn-mini especially
foi i!ie inaiiicil, as it discloses iuiporiant sretns;
wlin.li should be knnwu lo them iarlicularly. line
every female can discos er ;h causes, symptoms,
and the most eftkient rriucdsrs atul moil crrlain
moile of cine, iu rvt-ij cmuplaial Kpnliicli iter m
Manied females nil) here Icam the att whtreby
ihey would retain their youth, vipr, beauty, elas
licit v of body, and buoyancy of saiiita to an advan
ced age, histe-ul ol being tflliried, ai hundreds and
ilioosauds are, iuto vhuse haudi tins book has not
Il is an important question to the mariied uhy it
is that si beliuld so many inanied females sickly,
detiiliialed, and prostialed! as also the causes;
ami ulirtlirr Itiey ate susceptible of remedy. They
will heie find those important matters, counseled
with discoveries iu medical and physiological lei
ence, which meet this question.
This wo, t ii ilesiiued to be in tlie hands of siery
wile and mother who has a rekaiH Cor her own
health and welfare, as well as ihatol her husband .
The revelations contained hi iu sages hava aires
dy proved a blessing 10 Ihousaudl.
To those jet unmarried, but enuteaiKlatinjr nvr
riae, or.peihaps, hesitating as lo the piou-iiely o'
inclining the responsibilities aiteinlant upon il, the
iiupnr.ai.ee of being possessed of llio revelations
contained in these pagos, so intimately involving
ihe'u futuie happiness, cannot N appreciated.
It is of course impossible to convey mora fully, in
a public journal, the vaiioos sul jects ireaies) of, aa
they ais of a natiirs strictly inltinleri for the mairied
or those contsinplaiiiig innrrsage: neither is il neccs
sary, since it is every one's duty lo become possess
ed or knowledge, whereby the suffciiugs to which a
wife, a mother, or a sister may be subject, can ba
Coptea will be lent toy Mall free of Postage
Over ten thousand copies haia been ssnl by mail
within three monlhs, wilh prifeel safely andcerlaiu
ty. In no instance has a reiniuaiica failed to reach
tlx publisher, nr the book laose la whom ilbasbeen
On lhe receipi of One Dollar, the "JtarnVri W'
man's rriratt Medical Companion" will be sent
fr. e of postage to any pail nf lhe Mnitert Siaies.
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M. Mauricean, Box 134. New Yoik Ciiy. Publists
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For sale by all the principle Booksellers In th
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Augusi 37, 1847. in16