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- ' DKATH Or AM IIFAJiT.
Death found strange beauty on that cherub brow,
Anil Js-Vd !i wit. Tlieie u a tint of rose
On cheek and lip, hetonched the vein with ice.
And the rose f xled; forth from those bine eyes
There spake a wishful teuderne&a. a doubt
Whether to grieve orleep, which ituinceuce
Alone can wear. With rulhlcss haste he bound
The silken friugea of their curtuiuing lids
For even there had been a murmuring sound.
With which the babe would claim its mother's ear,
Charming her even to tears. The spoiler set
His seal of silence. But there beamed a amile
So fixed aud holy from that marble brow, -Death
gazed, and left it there; lie dared not steal
The signet-ring of H-aven. Mr. H
. , Smiles. '"Modesty to the female char
acter is like saltpetre to beef, imparting
a blush while it preset ves its purity."
The above is only equalled by Ollapod
"Female lips ore but the glowing gate
ways of so much beef and cabbage."
In good sooth our writers ure getting
A man's lifo is a tower with a stair
case of many steps, that as hn toiletli up,
-crumble successfully behind him. No
going back the past is an aliy.su: no stop
ping, for the present perishetli; but hast-1
eningon precarious of the iWlwlJ of to
day. Our cares are all to-day, our joys
are to day, and in one little word, our
life it is but to-day!
, C9""lfyou pluisu, sir, can a lliing bo
lost when you know where it is?" said un
Irishman to the captain ofu vessel.
"No," said the captain; "what makes
you ask such a question!
"J5ekase, sir, I havo dropped your tay
pot overboard and it's at the bolton of the
eay by this time."
- IdlfA boy in Jamaica was driving n
mule; the animal was siillou, stopped,
turned bis arched neck upon the boy, as
ifiudefianco and contempt. "Won't go,
will you! feel grand do you? 1 guess you
forget your father was a jackass."
To STHKNGTIIKrV (JlDKIt Oil V'l.NKUAR.
Fill a basket, or hug willi clean shavings,
and suspend it in tho mouth of a one-head
cask, and day after day pour tho liquid
fur vinegar on the shavings, and let it
slowly struiu through. It will soon grow
sour. Too much of tho vinegar sold in
our towns is muriatic acid, which is a
very different article from ucotic acid.
Flattkhinu Prkfkuknck. Two na
tives of tho Marquesas Islands have been
carried to Franco. The story runs, that
on the voyage, one of their fellow pass
engers asked thorn which they liked best
the French or English? "The English,'
answered tho man, smacking his lips,
"they are the fattest." "And a great
deal more ttnthr," chimed in tho womun
with a grin thatexhibitod teeth as sharp
as a crocodile's.
Affecting. The American Negroes
are remarkable for the pertinacity with
which they mimic the dross actions, and
manners of the whites. Even in their
ultimate funeral courtesies, the spirit of
imitation is preserved. An epitaph on a
negro baby at Savannah, commences,
(r-Oiie house in Boston in a single
yoar, has sent to Asia ono hundred and
one vessels with cargoes of ice which
liave yieldod eighteon millions afllorins.
NEW KOOHI A X II NEW MOODS.
GREAT REDUCTION IN 1'KICJSS.
II A R D W A It K CII E A I" K II T II A X K V K K.
Jiiiit received mill nmv opening, in tlm Last
Room or Mn. U. M. Aiihswiiiith's Block orpo
mr; itic, Tam.maimik Housr, from Pittsburg,
rt.iUiiiiino, Philadelphia and New Vcn k, a large
ami general assortment of F.nglish, (lerinun and
II MtlHVAICi: All I TM.IIV.
Comprising ill part the following unities:
Luglih ami (Ic'iiiinu Dour Lurk, Mortice locks
And Latches, chest, Desk, Till mitl Padlock
Latches nuil door handles, wiuilnw spi inn nnst.
flush fuatninirn, assorted,
Nocked and I'll iiiec chisels, gouges spur hilts
Hall Braces ill nulls, plain hit all siiea
Coimiiiuii niul Sc-ruwuil .Spoke .Shaves
Ncrew drivers. Compasses, Ntt-cl sipiurcs,
Slide Revels, Mill saw, double cut mid 3 sipmre
files, ilnrsn Rasps, Drawing knives.
1 OOO Gross wood Mcrows assorted
300 dn.en Mahogany Kmilia
Cut Tucks from 2J l :H ounces
Sprigs from 1$ tn'.! inch,
Patent Hindi, Clout Nails, Tenuent, lliind, pun
mil, Pruning niul llutchnr's Saws
Iron, ltritlaiihiu, (iorumii Nilver and Silver pla
ted Table, Ten ami Hasting Sio(iua,
Bread Trnys, Waiters, Iron and Hulur Lumps,
Iron anil Brass Cnnilleslirks,
Looking Glasses and Looking (ilua plaloa,
Super Rodger's Congress kuivoa
I, If, :i,aml i Rinded dousst, Pruning knives
Itnznrs assorted mnl Razor Strops; ami a genor
kl and lino assortment ol T MILK CUTLLUY.
Ruckles of all sizes, Turrets unit water lluoka,
Harness spots, Trace and Halter bulla
Brass, fjilvorodaud Japanned Stirrups.
Cotton, Straining, Worsted and Hunt webbings
Coach And Ruggy luce, tufls of all colors, tilniu
and figured gdm vfotli, Jiinaiined Mualina, asaort-
el co loin MiHWco, Uonl do, (joal and Hug skins,
Se.nin;;, Vhisli, pliiin and liuured iisaurlod
" i'alent Leather and Oil Cloth.
Cooper ' Too.
Prnad axes, Ailes, Chaiiipering knives, bend
lug du. Slave dn, Crow ciitleis, Hollowing knives,
bluve up aud Dress hoops assorted.
Tor the Farmri'M.
I have a general aaaortineut of Ibdlor, Truco,
Log and Breast chains
3 0 dozen (iraaa ttcythoa,
12 du Com do
3 do rtrush do
3 do Patent (irain Cradles -3ft
dn Huy Rakes
Coinnmn and best steel Corn lloea, with and
without hauilles, Goose neck do, awkel sliovels,
Long Haiullertn, D. Handle do, Amr No. i, do,
Hay and 3 and 4 prong manure Forks
Also, Mill and Cross cut Saws, Slorlyards,
tlutchet and Hummers, Adzes and Broad Axes, '
Iron Nail and steel.
.. If A KegsJuuintta Nails
iO du Rapid Forge du
.; 80 Tons Juuiiitta Iron
V 10 do Rapid Forge do
English Ulisier, American Blister, Shear, dor
man aud Cast Steel
. 8-10 and 10-19 Window Glass, ond a large
Leicester flacliiiic Cards,
Toeether with a crest variety of other Hard.
ware, all of which I will positive! 1 sell u low for
CASH, as any other house, west of the mountains
con sell tueoi. tciino and see tor yourselves
, , p. BOPE.-
Lautaiter, June, 4th 1947. 4tf
FAr.TIXT QROOERIXS Such as
Corlee, Rico, Molassef , Chocolate, Teas, bn-
gar, New Orleans, Havana, ic. All of the very
finest quality, constantly on hand, aud for sale by
. . . Bl.'RV BF.CK.
Ijiucasier.July 9, 1817. 9
War in the luited Slates.
IT is an axiom among all r'n 1li7.nl itaiions ihai
it is heller lo be rnjaged in houoiabla wai than
submil In ilisliouorHhle prarp. A'lopliiift tliis pun
rifile. Dr. VV.iiK)ii,an old ami hkilllul Physician
(moilriy nonM fgesi ilir propririy of leaving ihi
wonl skil ul for oiliers to ,ir mic e, lest I mf,u
ne iliouglii pgoieiiral ; but ii i no liinr for moilr'i
111 lhi'e iIjf of hua iuiHntitinti u'lnii igtimanci
amt science ate periiiiuril in walk, haml in liaml.)
who waseilucateil 111 ilir r:il, nrlirrr he prarliern
his prnlesfiiin a uninher nl yeais; and iliumg tin
last nine or ten ears haf hren engageil in nn rx
tensive piariirr m , l.oua nlu-ie lie has I reati'i'
Uisrase tui-cerslully in alinnt !' ils varied and
coinpliralril fniui, mnil ill-hrallh and a Fhaiiercii
cniisiitiiiinn nblignl him lo dicline ihe piacncr 01
nis pind'n-ion : has Ihrrelme drtriiiiiin'd in dec are
war nh Patent Mfdiiines and tjnark Nnfirmi
Vlakrikwilh wlme ha.a ami fle pieipiiriniis to
cure all me i It and ails, iniliii hiH .1. Ims thai ll h
ia heir '.on, iih a single hux ol l'ills or a bolllp id
CnmjHiund .Sirvji. Truly ihere are mil mn chit,
eaiu society, and ihry hip Hie llumhugt'rd ami ihp
HunJiuggcr. Il is passingly mange ihe ppnplp
have nut ion nini-e bi'roinp lirpd and ilignsled with
litis ha,e imposition, and like Rome 2011 vears be
foie the eliiislian eia, in the days ol An h ig-iilius
bantslii'd Ihete iiiiKiriiiuiis fioiu lite ooiiutiy and
prolniiil me piai lice among llirin. I Here is un
lierMiii of roiniiioii seme (nil kuowa il he would
hut M'llt-cl dial rrmrdit't raiinui be so comhiiipd a
to be competent lo cure ten thniivaml forms of dn-
eases by one i Iiiuatiin; it is haxely false, and all
ho prutrud to cure n large a nnmhi'r of disi-ase ai-
vou ofti'ii see adveiiised are rithei igii'iraiuiispiiiiud
know noihiiig of the hiiiiinn system, the ualine nf
ilisaase or the elfei l of tenird.ps upon the syslrm 01
ihey are base luipnstpr., mid in either case aiP mi
worlr.y of your i oulnli'in c. "Wp are wnnderfully
and fraifully made." ImTiifcne let no prrsnn who
is ignorant of lint branliful, rlelii ate ami cmnp'ira-
ted structure presume lo tamppr and inns dpstroy
thp iiKi-fiihiPSS of that branliful and wourlerfiil sys
tem tliat ('mi has placed hprp for usefuliipfs ami to
g'urify Him foi he who dons not xhnulipr nor sleep
will assuredly holdall accnuutah'e hi His liar if
ihey duie lempcr with ilia wmk nl His hand!', foi
me purpose of gratifying iheir undid avaiice.
)i : vvaisou bilii'ving, niat bis kuowlidgp of dis
ease and long exocrirncp in Hip Tri'almput of ihr
variiuis form' of Dim'.ivp. has lninilird him with ,i
kunnledga n( Rpiupilirs thai would he almost in
valuable to Ihe i k aud atllii iml. has determiup-'
In piepaie ilipse reuiPilii'S and send ihpiii lo people.
anil all he asks is a nial uf them, and if like the
ivnrthlrs no-lniin of Ihe day, the money u ill bp
The Dr. has published a linle pi.mnlilet rallril
ihe Family (iiiide In Health, in uhirli he hasgivpu
briefly Ihe syinploms ami Tiealini'iil of niine fort
Diseases. I bene paiupblels ran be obtained free
of chaise by calling on any nf the ngciits.
CutnlOK"- of Medicines,
Tonic Fever and Aguei Liuimeiii for Horses
Pills, warranrpil Inruie;' Ihey have ever uted ;
"Fever and Ague Syrup, Pills anil On t fm
wairantcd In cine; Piles;
"Fevei and Ague Sj rup Salt Rheiiin and Titter
fur C'liildieu Dliiimeiil fur diseases of
Aiili-llillious Pills, He I Ihe Skin;
palic "ills lor Diseases Oleaginous Mixlure fur
ol (lie l.iver ; Itluody Flux, Dysei.U!-
Ailli Spliuiliuif Pills for iy. Colic iir.t
AguP rakP, ftic. ; Oleagiunus Mixrure for
Anti-Dy spppln: 1 inline llmvel (,'oinplaiiil of
(or Dyspvpsin, Air. ; I C'bildivii;
I'Vmale I'iIIsiiikI Feimiln Auli Fever I'lllsanil An-
Mixliirea, j li Fever Drop";
Co u gli M i x l il re sfm Tonic Aromatic Diners,
Cough?, Colds and Con-, lor Weakness, Loss of
sumpliou; I Appetite &c. )
Kheiuiialic Pills for lllitu Veriuiliii(e for Worms;
iiiaiisiii; !'.) Water;
Rheiimaiic lniiineiit lor Croup Syrup;
It h e ii in a t i r. Sprains, Infaiii Coidial for Choi
bruises, bums, old sores, ic, 4c. j
plains in the hack and Medical Slieiigihetiing
limns, ice. niage un- t lasier
vers say il is the best See Mpalical Paiiiplilal.
A letlrr of Rrrmnmi'iidaiiou fioiu Professor Wri.i.
iai 'f'ui.i.v, of Vnle :ollege, (,'oiui., and I'ruf
Jami sII. AaMsnr, lata Prof, of Anatomy and
Physiology, in llu) Albany .Medical C'ullegp,
Tin snbsciihers have kiirnvn I' V. Watson. ,M.
D., fill several years, au.l they are happy In he
able tu state, that ever since ilirii aciiiainiaucn with
him, he has uniformly sustained a good characlri,
not only as a member uf ihe coimmiuiiv, but alsn
as a Physician, i he sidisciihers have also been
acquainted will) his niiiaus of professional educa
tion, ihp manner in which he has improved ihem,
and with his ability in practice, and they entertain
a favorabls opinion nl bun, hi all thrip lespei is.
Signed W 1 1,1.1 AM TUI.I.Y,
Oct. 4, '37. JAMKS H. All.MSHV.
From the lite. i'. A". Ktllam.
lit. h. i . Watson-Nr.- (laving Imd fipniienl
nrcasiou inr ine use oi menicinrs in my lain.lv dn
ling mo last lew inoiiius aim ir.un iucii asiug
popuiariiy in your "raiuuy medicines." 1 was in
ilucsil 10 try lliom, in pipfereuip In cinnlnviinr a
pliysirlaii in my lamily, and am nmv prepaid! lo
say, tnai I oeiievn your ineilirinei as a cnJ, lobe
superior in any oilier preparalmus now bifnreilic
public. Yuur limit ami Ithciimaiic I, iuiineui, Ver
mifuge, leiier tliutiui'iii, (.lavel Mixlure, Ann
Dyspeptic MixIiiip, Alili IIilliousAgiie, niul Hepa
tic Pills, I emu-rive In be preparaliona which need
no further lecninmi'iidaiiun I'm n a lair nial, lo en
sure iluiit unpainllrled success.
Hi'.V. S. K. KKLLAM.
Vnndalia, Match I81U.
I'rom Ihe Rev. (Ii'o. J. Ihirrelt. nlUi- HI. cnn.
Da. W thiiN Sii ; I take greai pleasure in re
niniiieiuliug your valuable fniitilv meiliciuns to ihe
public, as sole ami certain remedies Inr the cute til
the disra'iis for which Ihey nre pie: ciibnd. I have
used a number of your nied.ciues in my family du
ring the past year, and, In every insiaura, wiili Ihr.
innsl Piime sur.es. Fiuiii tlm repealed assuicnces
whiih I have had from a umulier uf mv aripiain
lanrPs, who have used yuur uedirim-s, I have no
hesiinnry in saying thai, i y judgement, Ihey
are decidedly superior in any prepaialiun wiihiu my
siiuwieiigr. i ours, rcspcntuiiy,
ii:t). J. IIAUUKTT.
Vandal'M, 111 , Apiil 8, lH(i.
Fiuiii the llev. 1). D. Mch'ce, laic pastot of the
Dr. K. Y. Watson- Dear Sir: I feel thai I m
il, not nuly in myself, hut also to the public, lusay,
mat i nave inn utmost ruulideura in your orrpara
linn, and have un dnubt that, in ull nnliunry rases,
ii your uiP'iicuiesara taken aeenrdiugly to your d
reeijons, llipy will pprfonn all that you liavs prntn-
isrd. Ymu niedii nips, ihe till, aey nl which have
..eemes.pii tu my lamily, unci nhirh lean cnnll
dently reroiniiieml in oilier", nie; The Fover and
Ague Pill. Fever and Ague Tonic Svmp, Ami
billions I ills, tlleagionous Mixliue, Cough Mix
iHie, uouiaiiii Khrumaiic I.imineni,aud Ami Dys
Vandalida, III., March '2 1. l.SIU.
I cheerfully criiu ur in tha above remarks, made
by Ihe l(v, i, II. MrUee, with regard tu Dr. H.
Y. Watson's medicines, having used (he (J0,i( (!
Kheiirnaiic l.mi tnem, ami hall Itlipuin ami Teller
OiiiIiiipIiI, wilh complete succrss, I coiifiiluiilly
reruinmcutl ihem lo the public,
Judge of the Probale Court of Vandalia, 111.
I have hem irnuhlpd wilh tha Haenlery, whirh
continued off ami nn about on year, and having
connnied some nl the best sliyatcinne in I'liiladel
phia, New Oilean.i, and in tli city, wiihniit gelling
any relief, I concluded to try Dr. Watson's medt
ciues for Dyseniery, tic, and in a very shnrt tin.
il cured me i and I now recommend it as the best
remedy I know of lor the Bowel Complain!,
JOHN P. MrMURRAY.
Comer nf Third tc Pine st ,S, Louis.
Aad font hours since, I had the Fever and Ague
very bad for nearly six monihi, nurl Dr. Waisun
cured me at once, ami 1 hive novrr had it since. I
hart since then.ssnt, I should think, forty prrsous,
who have all (spies. c.l their most entira satisfaction
as they loo, were cured in a very few riayi, I do
not hesitate to lecommend Dr. Wauon'i Fever and
Ague Pills lo ike public, as one or tha best remedies
for Fever and Ague. D. GO0DFELL0W.
fit. Louis, Missouri. - ' -'
For Sale by . C. HEN LEY, Lancaster Ohio.
Lanoauer July 30, lt)37. 6mU,
IThoNalc and Retail.
jii u hum, inn imuju;
IN TJIK TALL MA 1)01-: KLOCK.
opposite Reber & Kutz's Store.
whero can he found u general assortment of
mmw & ExisLisii iiaiidware,-
which ho is il.-ti-iMiiiinl to sell at small prulils.
ins AssoiirvK.v r consists i.v paut as roLi.ows:
Tor l'arint'r 'sv.
IRON ami STKI'.L SIIOVKLS ami SPADKS
1,11111 ami Sli.nt 1 1 niul Iti Muniiru unci Hay Forks
Weeding lit id llilliui.' Ilocs
Crailliii!! uud (iniss Scythes niul C'ruillrs
I lay Iti'krs.Sry the Niiuiths, Whetstones Riffles
Trace, llallor, Log ami Fifth Chains
Chopping Akm, Spring Italaucos, Sluolyiirds.tc
Unices niul Hits. Angora niul fiinihlels
Ciirpeulcr's Planes, lltivcls uud Sipiares
Ri'oad Axes, I lute llc-tH and llaiuiiioia
Vlauc-lrons, (iiiiigcs uud Couipiisses
Firuier, Mortice mid Turning Chisels & (ioiigca
Stocks mid Dies, l'lvvrs mnl Pincers
Saw Suits, Mason's Trowels ami Rules
Mill llaslnrd, Taper, Flat ami Half Hound Files
Anvils, Vires mnl Hollows
Mill aud X Cut, Kip, Haml, I'uuncl niul Hack
Saws, &k. i&'C.
F.xpccted iu a few days Rochealor Cooper's
House & Cabinet Trimtiiiiig!
Lucks, Liiti'lics and Hinges
Itriisamul Iron llliuil Fastniiigs
Sash Springs, Friniie ami Scruw Piillics -Ill-ass
Cupboard Catches, lluttoiis uud Holts
Screws, Hriida, Tacka ami Fiiiishiug Nails
Looking (i lass Plates, Mahogany Nobs, &c
Siiddlci y and Carriiic 'I'l'iiiuiiings
Hui liliis, Hills niul Slirnips
lliirttosa Muunliug anil Sailillcr's Tools
Shark Skin, Plush. Saddler's Thread and Silk
Cotton, Worsted mill Straining Webb
I'liited Dairies, Handles and Itauils
Stiiuip JoiuU and .Malleable li on
Steel Spring, Iron Axles aud Uoxos
llroail and Narrow Lace
J'alcul Loallmr.Ouuiiinil Oil Cloth, Daiuusk.iX c
Tahln Knives niul Forks, anil Sloels
PlalMil.lti'ihinniaiiiiil Iron Spoiiiis.C'oirco Mills
Ki'itaiiuiii ColToe. Tea Pots ami Castors
Hi'ilauniii Cups, Caiiillt'slicksanil humps
Sniiliius ami Trnvs. Scissors mid Shears
Pun and Pocket Knives, Nocdlcs and lloilkins
Hrass Curtain Pius aud Hands
Itruss Kcltles, Frying Pans, Sauce Pans, &:
Iron, Nails, Steel and (alas.
A large assortment of all kinds ami sizes. - And
almost every artii le in thu Huidwaru lino, from
a Pin tu an Anvil.
.1. C. WEAVKH.
Limcastur, May 1 1, 18 17; 1
AVholewale and Retail.
REBER 8c KUTZ,
,4 HKiustreceiviiuithoLAItGI'.STiiad HAND
. SO.MEST STOCK uf SPUING uud SII M
MEIt GOODS, 1 lint have over been brought to
Lancaster or Ihat ever will hn by any other firm
lliau limit s, anil which will he sold at the lowest
cadi rules, so low that no person can look at them
n u uru connected wiiu no inaiiiilai tory, no
eastern establishment, uml Unix cuuliucd to inak
nig our purchases at one house; hut have the ad
vantage nl selecting our Goods Iroin the stocks of
all eastern Mcirhmila ami Munufaetiirors.
We hopn ull, who wish to purchase cheap mid
beautiful Goods, will first read tho big mlvortisis
ineiils, mnl ul't oi- laughing at litem, go and exnni
iuu tho little slock ol'Gnod.-i, thai they call big:
then call and sou what wo havo anil what wocuii
do for llieui.
Our nssiiiluicut consists iu putt of ihe following
7 imi: i:s or
Of all colors from $ I to SI per yaril.
,1(1 pieces plain mnl stripped Cnssimers from 7S
2110 do plain, striped and burred Sattiuutls, (ve
ry rhenn) from 117 lo 7.1 cents per yard
100 do Kentucky .leans from 2i lo 31 emits for
1011 do Red, Whit I Yellow Flannels
Kill do Hlack, Colored, Striped uud Figured
25 bales Brown Muslins
10 cases lllnached do from fi to 12J cents
10 bales Ticking and very cheap
2.500 pieeesi of (J ATM 1H.N,
Cheaper than ever known before,
SO do Cushiueres, Mousliuodu Laineaaud other
fancy Giants for LADIES' Drosses uud Clouks
SO do Ginghams, new tile, and reri) detirahfe.
A largo mid bmmliliil variuty ol'S U M M E R
SHAWLS, of all sizes uml at very low prices
40 pieces Apron Chucks, Linen and Cotton Ta
bio L'follis, Cotlon mid Silk IlamlkmchiMfs
Di 'ess Silks; Hlack, colored mid lig'd Hosiery
Gloves and Milts of all kinds
Cainhricks, Jareniiots uud every thing in the
Dry Goods lino In make our assortment lull and
complete, aiming which will bo found a line vari
ety of ROUGH and HEADY Goods
Wo have also constantly on hand, a largo stock
of HOOTS ami SHOES
Fur, Silk, Leghorn, Palm Leaf niul Straw Hats
SPANISH BOLE LEATHER, Cotton Yurn
Curpot Chain mid Coverlid Wurp
A full Hxsorlint'iit of
(;uoti:ieii s oi nii kiyiis,
Cedar Churns uud Tubs, Wooden Uoxkota,
Salt. &c.&.e. iSre.
I1 Contn every body niul look through our
MAMMOTM PILES uf Goods. Wo aro always
on hand and ready to prove lo you, what is an un
deniable fact, that wo havo more Goods, bettor
assortments and sell ut lower rales than any other
esluhhsliinout in Lnucaslor. or these fucta you
can fntiviuce yourselves by culling ut our OLD
u n.iv uini examining our etook.
,v WK WISH TO 1URCIIA8E
50,000 hushels of WIIHAT,
Any ninoimi ol CORN, RY.C.OATS, Klnx-aeod,
Feathers, and every thing also that the Farmers
have for sale that h worth h wing. We will give
the highest prices in CASH and GOODS lor the
above articles, and give MORE GOODS for the
samoamntiiit ol'trndo, than my other house. Call
auu give us a trial
Lancaster, Juno . IR 17 4
fllHE Reccivors nf tho LANCASTER OHIO
M. BANK, having contracted with JACOB
GREENE, to redeem the Notes and Hills of said
Bank remaining in circulation ihe same will be
redeemed by said Greenk, at the Drug Store of
oeorge Kaimmaii, Main street, Lancaster, Unto,
ai the same iliall be presented at that place.
II. H. HUNTER,
' JOSEPH STUKEY.
Receive of Lancaster Ohio Bank.
Lancaster, Ohio. I eb, 3, 7847. ,17
J. O. WEAVER'S
Ilargains that arc Bargains
MAY BE HAD AT'
W I S H .'A; II 1 L Ii A K D ' "
UPl'OSlTi: F. A. SH.EH-T.R'S HOTEL.
1I0IIE GOODS FOR A DOLLAR
X Y W O 1 Y IS Ii S II .
WK are now receiving our NKW SPRING
(iOOIIS, and respectfully invito every
Imdy to cull and look at our Stock.
Tor Ladies IrTessc.,
We have all tho new styles of floods in market-
I'l.nil aud Plain Silks. Lawns, Har.'d Muslins
French, F.uglishund Aiuoricnn Oiughaiiis,
(iiughums Lawns, Oregon Plaids
H.neges (all troul) Hal.in iuca
llliick and White (iingliains, Ulack Lawns
Hlack llareg(!s, Plain and Satin Stripe all Silk
mnl W'niil.brautifitt for lllnrk DrrH.it)
Shaded Turlton Swiss Muslins, very desirable
for Ecrniiig Vrettri
7C0 pieces or 24,1120 yards ol'uew CALICOES,
from a fm to n ninc-prnre.
A general variety of Fancy Oooils, such as, Rib
holla, Laces, French worked Collars, Kid Gloves,
Artificial Flowora, lionnet Caps, Fans, Mitts, &c
Brown Shil lings mid Sheetings. Tickings;
Checks, Cotton Yarn, Cotton Halting:
Coverlet Warp, Carpet Chuiu, &c. Arc.
At any price that may bo wanted from a quar
ter up, Sun Shades ami Piiruaulolls.
A large stock mid good variety of Cloths,
Cnssiineres. Gold Mixed Tweeds
Jeans all colors; Saltiiiols, Ac. Sx.
Alsoevory doscripliou of Summer Stull's fur
Coats, Vests and Punts.
A pair ol Punts, 3 yards, Thread uud Buttons
fur twenty-five cents
Expected tci-inorrtiw 20 Cases Leghorn and
I aim Lent I lots, to bo sold very clump.
Leghorn Straw, Fancy Laco, Dunstable. CI iui
reiirl Mrnw and I, awn.
Very haiiilaiiina Children's Gimp mid Slruw
Hiinncts and Huts.
I too Is and Shoes.
Largo Lot expected to-iiioirow.
Wheat, Jlie, Oat.s, Corn, Bean, But
ter, llugs, Bacon, Eggs, ami all hinds oj
WISE & IIILLARD.
Lancaster, April 1G, 1847. 40
P. O. & r. 0. DRINKXE.
I ) ESPECTFULLY iul'nrm the citizens ol'Lail-
J., castor and its vicinity, that they have open
ed a Tailor slmii, iu Coiiuull's Row. under Ihe
Eagle ollice, directly opposite tho Post Oflico,
whero they can ut ull times be found, ready to
execute any work that may bo entrusted lo them
in tli-3 neatent and most I'uahionuhlu maimer uud
low fur Cash or all kinds of Country Produce.
Thoy ruspnctfiilly solicit a share of tho public,
Limcastur, April IGlh, 1847. ly-l'J.
Tin, Copper and Sheet-Iron
JOHN WORK 8c CO.
,17"Ol'LD respectfully inform tho citizons of
f Hiti lielil and lliesiirrmuliug counties, that
Ihey slill continue tu iimniifactiire, and keep on
hand conshinly nt their old stand, on Main Street,
nppositi) the liilliiinil.ro House,
all kinds nf TIN, COPPER uud
SHEET IRON WARE.
They havo always mi hauil
ami for suit)
of tho luost approved pattern
1 liny will sell ull articles in
their line at very low prices for cash. Tliosu de
sirous of purchasing, aro invited to cull niul exam
ine before tltny purchaso elsowhoro.
N. H. Old Copper and Old I'owtur taken in ox
clmtigu for Tin Ware at ull times.
JOHN WORK & CO.
Lancaster, April 9. 104". i;i 111
OBEH & XVl'OONKEY'S
FEVER & AGUE,
WWIiOJi.imnft! TO,nfTr ns
'I HIE piopiielors of thia valuable reined y, iulro
B. dure to their Irieuds aad Ihe imblic. Ihoii
"SPECIFIC" hi a new style, and Ihey may say,
every way improved. The thorough trial vivrn il
Ills past season, is cnnviucinir ninof 10 lliriu of its
Breat efficacy in rmjug INTERMITTENT or
AGUF. AND FEVER; and ihey now feel war
ranted iu csiahhhiug it upon a pi'ruiauenl basis
referring to lis nhole ennracior, appearance and
inaiure, as a guard against imposition. They
h it ii necessary 10 adopt some precauiiun in its out
set, as 110 doubt designing persons will rtndoavor 10
palm iipmi the public a spurious prcparalinn. They
do mil hesuaie to say, that a medicine never has
hern uu'd, that has given sfl great smisfaciiun in tu
thurl a time, as their SrKGipic. Ilimdrrds and
ihouijatids run uutily to .iis efficacy. Where dis
ease hat baffled tha prescription of tlm skillful Phy
sician, tha paiirnt has been speedily reslnrnd 10
health tha most incredulous (having become so
fioiu using the iniiiiy said to he cures of ths present
day, without success) have been constrained to ac
knowledge its superior virtues. 1 hey do nut wish
In introduce il upon Ihe pulling principle. Let ii
tiaud or full, at it inputs. It is noouni mist mat,
but a tegular and skilful Physician's receipt, ultn
has pranked in the heart Ague and Fever district
for the last nvmiy years wtlh girat auccess. Bas
ed cmirrly upon vegetable mailer innocent iu eve
iy sf mn' il cannot injure ths most debate rotisli
liitiou on the conttary, acting as a restorative to all
riehiliiatcd frainrs. 'Phey do not pretend to sav
but what iheie aio other gnod preparations. Rut
we do say, we know ours tn he good, and a certain
Miie.ifihe directions are otursved, And we chal
lenge any one in find a particle of mineral entering
in composition. They auk a trial frnm a liheial
and iliseeroii c nnhlie, not fearing the result. Many
have been cuied iu from twenty-four to forty-eight
hours. Price $1 per bottle.
For sale by BURY & RECK.
Lancaster, July 10, 1817. 3in!0.
riVIE undersigned has this day associated wilh
M. him in tho Dry Goods business, Mr. WIL
LIAM W. COX. Tbo business willin future bo
conducted under tho firm of Kroner Cox.
July 10, 1810 P. Ii. KRANER.
ARE daily expecting nn arrival of a large and
well Selected RTOftW ot nnniM
The old customers of the concern, and all others
tor wuom good bargains and cheap goods are any
inducement, are respectfully invited to favor them
with a call. , - . .
. Lauca:er, September 24, 18-Ki. ' ' " 20
The Farmer's Line! I
AVIiolcsale mid Kct:iil.
JOHN EmNGER & CO.
In the New Building lately erected by R.
M. Alusworth, nearly opposite the
AVINCi lately purchased the KNTIRE NKW
STOCK OF 0OO1XS ol .Mr. R. M. AINS-!
WORTH, tusfllior with his Into SiniiiR ptuchases '
f 1 I 1 !
nis ol Fatrlield uud ailioiuiug counlma i
tire solicited to cull uud examine our ussortmenr,
which is now complete , 1 he Stock was selected
with great care und was purchased by us ut prices
below the Eastern cost, so that we will he ena-
ulcil lo sell beautiful and excellent Goods atverv
reduced prices. Wo are determined to please Ihe
public ami we have the menus tn do it. The
liinlity ol our Mock cannot be surpassed, and lor
cheapness, we challenge competition. '
Our assortment consists, in part, ol the follow
for the Ladies.
We have the larsest variety of Summer Dress
Goods ever opened iu Lancaster, ami which can
not be excelled in quality, cheapness or beauty of
patterns, among which are
aoiKi pieces o CALICOES, at prices varying
from Ci to 18J cents
Alpaccus, plain ami striped
Canhiuercs and Muslin de I.aiin
Heregea and Hal.ariiies
A largo assortment of Luwus,erey slilei
Scotch und Karlston Ginghams uud Gingham
A line nssortmeut of Plain and FANCY SILK
FRENCH WORK COLLARS und COTTON
A large assortment of BONNET RIBBONS
latent. KhU n
LEGHORN and STRAW RON NETS
Cotton mid Silk PARASOLS uud Sunshade
A lino ussorttneiiit of Siimtnor ARTIFICIALS,
together with a general assortment ol' Dress Trim
mings, &.a. &.c.
For the Cilentlcnien.
S t pieces BROAD CLOTH, all colors , prices
itoiign mnl Heady uml Monterey Cussimeres
Superior French and English Black do
1 . jiiecos plain, striped and barred SATTI
NETS, liom 2.) to 1174 cents per yard
5" nieces KENTUCKY JEANS
Gold uud Oxford Mixed TWEEDS
Merino Cnssiineres, plain and fancy Gatnhroons
lirowii Linens mid Cotton DRILLINGS
Marseilles, Merino and Silk VesliiiL's, &c,
Iu addition to tho above, wo liavp a large stock of
Such as Brown and Bleached Muslins, Tickings
Brown and Bleached Sheeting from 1 1 to 2J
yurus wide; Lotion ami Linen ISuggtng, &c
We Imve Bleached uud Brown Linen Table
Cloths, Damask mid Russia Diapers, Damask and
UiioK Muslin Lurluitis, Cunulorpauis, Table Co
vers. &u. &c. &o.
All kinds of taroeeries.
A lnrgo nssortinont of QUEENSWARE mnl
GLA3SWARE, Leghorn, Palm Leaf, Silk, Fur
anrl Oi usli 11 A I S, HOO I S and SHOES; Ladies'
Md and Morocco SLIPPERS. &c. &a.
ve ure opposcu to pujfing una blowing we
shall not soil our Goods at ' than cott, as we
expect to make a living profit from them; but we
respectfully invito the public to cull and examine
our slock uud prices before purchasing elsewhere,
as we intend to rely upon the ouality and prices
ui muni 01 iioiuuin mn suaroui piuruiiago.
Wo will hike in exchange lor our Goods, ull
Kinds ol' Country l'roduce,
for which we will pay the highest market price.
Bring along your Cash and yuur Produce and call
at the "THREE WALNUT DOORS," where
you will find tho best Goods uud lowest prices
JOHN EFFINGER & CO.
Lancaster, June 7, 13 17.
; i:ok(.i: l. uckuiit.
HAS constantly on hand und fur saloat his old
Stand, nn Broad-Way, three doors'Sotith of
tho Market llouso, a general ussortinoutol
Maintlactured by experienced work
men and of tho most modern Htylus:
, PRUNCS CHAI?.S:
Solus, Sociubles, Divnns, (Jttoinnns
Centre, Pier, Card, Dressing, End, Dining and
Dressing, French and Plain BUREAUS,
W'nrdrolies, Wuslistunds, Lockers, Workstands,
t'llEXUIl, AND HIGH AM) t(IW POST
And all other articles in his line that may be
called for. His Work will be made of tho best
materials aud finished in n neat mid durable man
ner. Having a largo uud select stock on hand he
will dispose uf tho sumo nt reduced prices, mid us
low as any mail sells urticlcs ul' 0111ml quality ut
a m:v iilaksi:,
with 11 lino Horso ami Harness, calculated for tho
purpose, are always in readiness to allend liituir
uls. All Collins made to order. The subscriber
will promptly attend funerals any whero in tho
County with his Hearso free of oxtra charge; and
all his charges will ho ut reduced prices.
Tho sitbscribor returns his grateful thanks to
his old custiiinora und respectfully solicits a con
tinuance uf their putronngu.
GEORGE L. ECKERT.
Luncaster, February 5, 1817. 3'J
11001 AI SilllKlI,
REED & BAUGHMAN
WOULD most respectfully inform their old
friends and tho public generally, that they
still continue the manufacture ol
BOOTS & SHOES
1 AT THEIR
in Shnwk's Row, nnd opposite Bury St Bock's
Drug Store, where thoy will bo pleased to wait
on all who may favor tlicin wilh a call, They
Hotter themselves that Uhui examination, their
work will recoininond itscir, ns Ui y keep none
hut tho best und most experienced workmen.
Their work is warranted tu bo mnde iu the best
and most fashionable style, of which, tho follow
ing articles comprise a part:
LADIES' Kid SMI'PEHS,
do, French, Morocco Buskins,
ot Morocco ST11AP SHOES.
A boy from U to 15 years of age, will he taken
to learn Ihe above husiness.nfgood moral character
and ol industrious habits. None other need apply.
Lancaster, May 28, 1817.
MS M A L LEY has just rocoivod a lot of Fl N E
... FUR, CLOTH and OIL SILK CAPS,
which will bo sold at very low prices. Call at the
old stand, on Greene's Corner, Wesi of tho Court
Lancaster, October 0, 18 16 v 22
BLANK DEEDS, neatly printed on the
hrst of paper, for 8a1etthi office
, Blank mortgages,
For Cash and l'roduce Only.
Wholesale and Retail.
ANOTHER TREMENDOUS ARRIVAL" OF
i IiA(;avii;k. ,
CANAL Routs laiJ aside and Railroads useij for
bringing Goods to the
in the shortest time that any stock waa ever deli
vered iu the Slute. The Great Western patron
izes the lightning lines, hi.yiug Goods oftenrr,
receiving tlicin cjmcicr unit soiling fatter than all
vl Z ., ?"v '," ri.i... ,.r.l.. lT..If..,l Si,.
i i i,. w.U i,.
liatOBCIH tllUll OUUIU, Slits. UIU " U"IVI ' .v l'
,.,.:i1i nn,., . mnUe nnr stock in mwv
respect what the citizens of Ohio wish HAND
SOME, FASHIONABLE and CHEAP. .
JAMES C. MACCRACKEN having connected
himself with WORK GALBRAITII, under the
firmer MACCRACKEN & GALBRAITII, and
still ownim part ol' one of the most extensive
wholesale Stores m lew York and tho largest
manufacturing establishments iu theUuited States,
they are receiving a larger lot of Goods than ever
was brought, even to the Great Western.
On the 1 Ulh of May, the Store Room aud Street
wero blockaded with our boxes.
Our manufacturing establishment, os usual, has
supplied us with every variety ol American man
uliictui'ecl DltY GUUDS, lurnisliing us with Cloths,
which we aro enabled to sell at least -10 cents on
the yard less than any other Morchunt can huy
Our Stock nl' CASSIMEUES, SATT1NETS,
TWEEDS and CALICOES cannot be be equalled,
either 111 prices or style.
Tho Steamships, Sarah Sands ami Caledonia,
which brought the lust favorable account of con
tinued good prices for Grain aud Flour, brought
fur us, direct from Europe, an unusually large
stock ol' handsome laahionable DRESS GOODS
for the LADIES and for tho GENTLEMEN
every variety of lutcst styles.
We have another very large stock of BROWN
MUSLINS anil being ol our own iniiKc. tintwith
standing the advance in the price of those Goods
iu the East, persons, who buy ut the Great Wes
tern, say that muslins nre cheap as over, while
those that goto oilier stores will contend they
never wero bo high priced.
Our BLEACHED MUSLINS, being also from
our own muiiuluctory, we ran wurraut their iiiiul
ity, mid our prices any one can see are the low
est. Indeed, till who wish to huy goods made
111 the United States will soon ascertain, that it
they wish to buy them cheap, they must go to
the Great Western.
We havo ticking, nt 12 j cents per yard, that
is Doner man ever sold in uniont K
Our STOCK OF CALICOES never was larg
er ami an eniireiy new styles, as an Know mat
until we received this lust stock, we had scarce
ly a dress pattern in the house.
We have nearly 5000 pieces, over 200 diller
ent patterns, among tlicin a beautiful rich Gius-
ham print, only Hi cents per yard a stylo of
(moils ulwuys horetolore sold ut il lo '.'7 j cents,
i lie vary handsomest American print nt Man
ufacturer's lit ices, oil 1 v 1'JA cents nur vniil. '
Tho handsomest blue aud orange prints ever
The variety of our dross goods is unusually
large a very large Btock of both English and
Black, & white Scotch Ginghams, cheaper than
ever known in the West. Gingham Lawns and
Muslin Ginghams, Madder colored Lawns, Rose
hud &c., the very lutcst atyle. Monterey and
Huniia v ism dress goods, very rich and beatitiltil
entirely new, hut 2u days from England. Best
Bombazines, Venilitin Orgiuidies, Striped Plaid
A very large stock of Ribbons, every variety
ol'slyle,all tho lutest importations, customers can
and must wake up we sell them sn cheap.
LADIES AND MISSES BONNETS Florence
braid Bonnets ut any price
A Bpleuded assortment of Spring and Summer
Ladies French work Collars, unusually cheap
Gloves and milts, every variety and price.
l.Vin. CrlinB. U I, .... I, , i I'l , I n . . . 1 ,,. a , . ' I .. nnn.lo
A very !arge stock of SUMMER SHAWLS ali
beautilul Cashmere, D Ecore, Mnushn do Lain
aud twisted Silk Shawls, of brat quality
LA DIE'S SLIPPERS and Shoes of every kind
black and Bronze GAITERS, HALF GAITERS
Bootees, &c., all purchased of tho manufacturers
Hosiery of every color uud quality some us low as
10 cents a pair, white and black cotton.
PARASOLS Gingham aud Silk Parasolela.
For llieGentleineii we have a oflittle everything,
German, French, American uud west of England
Fancy Tweeds, Gamhroons, Linens, Nankeens
Cumberland plaids, l'asia Checks, Ktuggoiu single
mill Cassumeres and many other varieties, for
Liontlemen s summer pants tuncy cassunores,
black cassimeres. Our assortment of coatings
is unusually large.
Crotou coatings, r.rmmett do. Mazurka do,
Gold mixed Tweeds, all wool, very low, Amazon
Silk warp Codingtons all beautilul.
Lasting cord, an entirely new article lor gen
Tweeds from 2.r cents per ynrd up.
Men's best calf boots men's slippers uud shoes
of every kind.
Vestingsol'niiy kind from 10 cents per yard
i'lihn leuf Hats at lower prices than ever before
were brought lo the West
Leghorn huts equally cheap.
Carpet Chain, colored and white.
Coverlid Yarn best cutton yuru, long reel only,
Indigo of best quality.
Ourstock of GROCERIES is unusually large
and wero purchased, at New Orleans, nt the low
est prices- OurcoO'ce is of the best quality Rice
always on hauil.
We are determined that the Great Western
and the Goods sold by the Great Western shnll
speak for themselves. All we ask is that all, who
wish lo buy Goods cheap for ready pay, will call
at our establishment, see our constantly changing
varieties and ask prices.
Wo are always the first to raiso the price of
Grain uud the Inst tn put il lower.
Any qunnty of CASH ul way son hand for Far
mer's l'roduce, and Waggons unloaded ut our
Ware-house without any work of the Fanner,
Come,ilhoii, evory body to the Great Western.
MACCRACKEN & GALBRAITII.
Lancaster. May Mill, 1817. 1
Santa Anna's Wooden Leg taken Prisoner!!
WOULD respectfully roQirn his thanks to his
friends and the inibliu generally for tho
very liberal patronage lie has received ut their
hands; nnd would inform them that he has now ou
hand ready to be disposed of at very low prices for
u A o u, a complete
ing to the lutcst Style
and fashion. His stock comprises HATS of all
QUALITIES. Fur, Brush, Neuter. Silk, Plane,
Muskrat, Cashmere, Coarse $ Fine, Blue, Brown
and common Hats,
CLOTH and OIL-CLOTH CArS of every
Having employed the services of EXPERIENC
ED WORKMEN in the manufacture of his HATS
and CAPS, and desirous tu make his sales corres
pond with the times, he feels satisfied that whits
they will compare with the work of any other
establishment iu the country as to quality they
are also unsurpassed as to cheapness. Ho parti
cularly invites his friouda and all who may wish
to obtain an excellent article, unon the most rea
sonable terms, to call and exaiuiue hi stock of
HATS and CAPS.
He feels nn disposition to boost ubout quality or
price throuidi an advertisement, but uctiug on the
old and well established rule, that the "proof of
an assertion consists m a trim, he asks that be
may be. tried by the same rule, and that the lovers
of good Huts will make tlie examiuuilon for them
He olTers nothing but a good urliclo and being
determined to sell low for CASH, he respectful
ly invites the patronage of the public.
. Lancaster, May 14, 1847. , 1-
I For sale at the Gazette md Expresa Office
Important from the South.
LATE AND LARGE ARRIVAL OF
Telegraph Li tie ,
KINKEAD & DOTV.
WIIOLRSALK AND It ETA 1 1,
CS-OS CE 23i sg3 -
HAVK JUST RECEIVED FROM Till SoutH a'lAHoB
STOCK of GROCERIES, &cv
anion? which may he found.
New Orleans SUGAR, Indigo and Madder
Loaf do. Alum and Cotmenu
Rio and Java COFFEE, Cloves aud Cimminon'
Plantation Molasses. . Nutuiess and Starch
Sugar Houso du. Camwood and LoEwnniM
Rice and Riiisina, Salaratus and Whiting
Cav. and Spun Tobacco, Spaii.JSpan&comSegai-ai.
6 Twist do. No. 1, White Lead and Oil
Pepiier and Spice, - Powder, 8 hot and Capv
Mackerel and Herring W'rappiiis Paper
White Fish and Shad Fishing Poles & Tackloi
Teas ond Clioculuto Pipes, Sua n, &&'
P li Q W R
Constantly on hand by the Barrel or pound.
PI 83 21.
We have made uriiinnemeuts for a constant nmr
regular supply nt LAKE FISH, which will coin-
nience to arrive as soon as the Canal is upened
North. Citizens of Fuirfiold look in at this Estab
lishment before you purchase, and you will save
money, that is a "fixed fact" and no humbug.
Lancaster, February 2u, 1847. 42
WHO now complains of ill health, or talks or
heavy doctor bills, when com fun, esse, peace
and health, are brought with "11 1 B BARD'S F A M
ILY FILLS, lo alino'l every lonu or hauilel in
KKV. li "IIIBUAKU'Mhe nronrieior of theji
excellent Fegclable Anti Jlitious Pills liaviiin been.
in Ihe practice nl testing the power of medicine on
die sick lor ihe last Ihiiiy years, presents Willi con
fiileuce this almost sovereiKH remedy lor ihe worst
cases of Chrome. Disuepsia, Coslivcness, Disneplic
isuruurutiu7i, niauiu wetwe, erysipelas, Jtirtemif
tism. Sick J-Icadacltr, Piles, hirer Comvlaint, Dm
enlary, Aerroui Debility, PaUij, Pleurisy, IVornu
and many oilier diseases which Ilia liuninii family
ars sfllicied, aud asks that he may have the privilege
nfoffroriing iclief to the suffering millions, by the
use ol his extraordinary specific . I o prevent fraud
thryare sold alone by regularly authoriied agenii
whose names will be published in the county paper
Ahp.nts for Faiufiki.o Coustv
Bury tc Berk, Lancaster; C G Wilson Si Co, Rinli
ville; N BCoulsnn Se Co, Wen Rushville.- S B
&C Paden, New Salem i J Ketner, Millrrspon;
K Genhegan, Baltimore: H il J Leonard, Basil'
David Holderiiian, Amanda; J M Stage, Lock
burn .-Rniiert Clouri, Lithopolis: S S Russel, Pick
eringiou; I W and F A Thompson, Canal Win
P S Country Agents can al vays obtain a new
supply of ihe above medicine at Bmy and Beck's
December 2(1, IR40 28ly
COMPOUND SYRUP OP
LIVERWORT AND TAR.
ASA FF. and certain CURK for COMSU.M P
TIONofihe LUNOS, Spitting of BLOOD,
Coughs, Colds, Aeilnmi, Pain in Ihe Side, Bronchi
lis. Whooping Cough, and ALL PULMONARY
Certificate of Dr. Wm, J. Richards Ofieell fcnotcn
practitioner of more mn twenty years standing.
To all whom il may concern, 1 make ihe follow
ing statement: Conrcioui that it may apiwar im
professionnl, it is only from a perfect conviction and
thorough knowledge of the essential benefit awt
scientific origin ol the psspaiatioii spoken of that X
feel constrained from a sense of duty to comply
with the rrqup.st of the proprietor. .
I am a most inveterate opposrr of quacks anil
quack medicines in any form, nnd most fully coin
cide wilh the claueej in the Code of Ethics lately
adoped by the Medical Convention aPOhio relating
particularly lo that (Object; it may therefore be in
ferred that it is only from personal experiment with
the preparation, and a positive assurance of in
beneficial results, that induces me to recommend it
as being all thai it represeals itself to he.
The patient, Mi. Charles Wade, Sixth street,
Market Space, whom I allowed to try the effector
the medicine, (but which I would have done under
no consideration whatever had I not seen a copy or
Ihe receipt from which the medicine it prepared,
obtained from the agent, and which I am satisfied
i authentic,) was ipiiie low with die early stages
)f pulmonary consumption, foi which I had been
healing in the usual manner, though with less than
my usual success ; at his earnest request, and that
nf his friends, 1 examined the teceipl, and was
sufficiently satisfied nf its scientific composition lo
allow the trial, and I am obliged to confess its effect
was ai least surprising, inasmuch that after ihe con
sumption nf ihe second bin lie my prolessinnal visits
weir discontinued, ihoogli I frequently saw my pa
tient afierwaids, ii:.-lored to peifeet health,
fhc pieparaiinn is tailed "Or. Rimers' Com
pooiid Syrup of Liverwoil and 'Par;" and from Ihe
examination ol Hie receipt and Ihe nict.'rn in my
own expeiiiuenl , I do conscientiously ircnunncii'l
it as a useful and valuable medicine: and I should
urge my brother practitioners lo procure the receipt,
as I feel convinced ihey will agree wilh me as to its
excellence, and will no doubt use It In their prac
tice, as I shall most certainly do, believing il lo be
a most valuable aid in pulmonary cases that baffle
the ordinary mode of treatment.
WM. J. RICHARDS, M.D.
Cirtctniiati, Oct. 1,
ASTONISHING CURE! !
Of Mrs. Bkxj. Smith, living nn the imnh side oi
Ann street, one square north of the Cincinnati Hof
pital. 1 his it to certify that my wife was attacked with
a violent cough, which settled On her lungs and re
duced her tn low that her physician could do no
more lor her. She exhibited precisely Ihe same
symptoms as my daughter did before her death (she
having died wilh the tame disease) aad all our
friends were convinced tha would live but a
short lime longer, i was at this lime recommended
to try Dr. Rogers' celebrated Syrup of Livei
wort and 'Par. Willi little or no hopes, 1 procured
a bottle of ihe agent iu tint city, and upon return-
me I found my wife absolutely strangling wilh her
cough. I commenced giving large doses a lea
spoonful every hour, for forty eight hours which
raited her as by a miracle. I have since adminis
tered it In small doses, which bat brought her to
the use of the lourlh bottle, and she ii now doing
her house-work as usual. I have not the slightest
doubt that she would have been in her grave but for
this invaluable medicine; and 1 return my sincere
ibaiikt to the eminent inventor of il, and do most
urgently recommend all persons 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 in every particular, and
most cordially join him in grateful thanks for tha
benefit I nave derived from this valuable medicine.
Ciiicliiiiaii, Feb. 13th, 1845.
A. L.SCOVILL Wholesale Agent for tho
West and Sooth Southeast corner ofoth and Race
Streets, Cincinnati. Ohio,
The above valuable medicine are also for tale al
BURV & BECK, Druggists,
Lancaster, June 4, 1847. Iy33,
Curb tour couohs anb colds bkfob tiiit
Br.cOMi confirmed coNsUMrTioi. I have used
Dr. Taylor'a genuine Valsam of Liverwort, Mr.
Editor, in my own family, and have found it one
of the most useful medicines I have ever used. It
states in the directions that it is also effective in
Liver Complaint and Bronchitis, and other affec
tions of the throat and chest. I would strongly
recommend it, and say be careful to buy the gen
uine, with Dr. Leed't signature to the steel plats
wrapper. The office is 375 Boweiy. It is a dis
covery on which is based the Chrono-Thermal
treatment of disease; in my opinion the only ra
tional mode, as it is a remedy applied directly to
tho part alfected.
For sale by Bury & Beck Lancaster; O. II.
Mceller, Somerset; C. G. Wilson, East Rushvillef
S. Clayton West Rushville; D. Ilolderman, Aman
da; C. & N. L. Olds, Circlevilles 8. Buchwultcr,
Hullsville, Ross county, B. & M, A. rattersen,
Adelphi Ross co., Friend & Amttstrong, South
Perry; Douglass & Lansing, Cuillicothe; F. F
Rempel, Logan. ' s
A Greater quantity than ever to be had at
GATES & COSPER'S.
June 18, 1847.