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The Next Congress.
The memben elected consUt of 1 1 i Whig, 1 00
Loco, nd 1 Native. Two vacancies; one iu
Ohio and one in Michigan both will be filled
with Loco Three Slate yet to elect Mury
land, Miuiuippi aud Louisiana. In tbee, the
member itand at present 3 Whig to 11 Locofo
cue. If they retura the same number of each
party, the House will aluud 114 Whig to 113 Lo
co. But we have chance of gaining one iu
MUsuwippt aud 2 in Maryland.
Naiue and Vermonl.
The Whigs have acted mUerably iu the recent
election iu theae State. In Maine the Locofo-
co have elected their Governor and nil out of
even Congressmen. In the Kennebec district,
Mori e i defeuted. In Vermont, there i no elec
tion oi Governor by the people ; but both branch
e of the Legislature are Whig and Whig State
Officer will be chosen. The diviaiou on the Li
cence question ha caused thi fulling of! iu the
Whig strength, The "Stur that never eu' ha not
gone down, it is true i but Greely think thut it
ought not to get io near the horizon.
Because we considered the "Surplus Revenue"
a part of the County Debt, the Eagle called us
illy and yet in the same paper, iu speaking of
the debt of Rosa Comity, the Eagle iucludea the
Surplus Revenue." How eilly! ',.' ''
I t" Locofoco paper make comparison be
tween the year ot 1846 and 1847 to show the
iniquity and injustice of the tax law. Why dou't
they go back to 1844, the last year of the operation
of the old law and then make coinparisioiis? The
truth of the matter ia, the people are satisfied with
the present law and desire no alteration and will
desire none, unless experience shall point out
defects, which can be remedied. The Locofocus
of this county were sensible they did not even
bint ut a repeal or alteration of the law.
The Tide lleccriiiig.
The French steamer, which left New York, on
Wednesday lost, carried to Europe a large quanti
ty of specie,
Elia Nioh Esq, formerly of this county, has
been put iu nominaliuu by the Whigs of Scioto
and Lawrence us their Candidate fur Representa
tive. He will be elected too.
The Fall Business.
We have a fine prospect of doing a good ful
business. Some of our Merchants have already
commenced receiving their Fall and Winter sup
ply of Goods and others expect their stock in the
course of a few days. It may not be genuerully
kuown, but it ia a fuct, that Goods are sold ut low.
er prices in this town, than iii any other place in
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ional Intelligence. v
tyThe Fairfield County Court of Common
Hens will commence its session, iu this town, on
Monday, next, September 27th.
CP" Contrkhos and Chvruuusco are the names
of the late battles iu Mexico.
EjTThe attention of the reader is directed to
nil able article upon a certain branch of Political
Economy on our outside from the New York Tri
bune, Clear Creek.
- Our cot respondent, Sylvan, has been
rusticating, and he thus gives vent to his
surcharged feelings, upon beholding the
beautiful country, rich bottoms and big
hills bordering on Clearcreek.
Ma. Editor: This stream is properly
so called from tho exceeding clearness of
Itrises in a beautiful country, between
Amanda and Circleville, and flows in an
eastern direction through a delightful re
gion of country and empties into the
Hocking river near the paper mill of Mr.
Jacob Green. Its general width is about
60 or 70 feet, its crystal waters glide
beautifully over a clear pebble or solid
rook bottom, with many deep pools so
clear that fish, 5 or 6 feet under water,
maybe seen gliding and darting about
in many a sportive gambol.
It is continually fed by the thousands of
never failing springs, which so abundant
ly water the country along its course, and
which are conveyed into its bosom by the
various rivulets that wind among the
hills. The solid rock bottom, which
reaches almost from head to mouth, and
but occasionally covered with gravel, pro
vents the water from fliltrating and thus
excellent water powers ate formed in va
rious places. . ..
The laud along the creok is exceeding
ly fertile; from the head to about half
way down the stream, the country is lev
el or gently undulating, and for fertility
is surpassed by few portions of the State.
The land along the remaining portion
of the stream may be called hilly, and is
that part to which we shall particularly
direct our attention.
This portion commences a little above
the mill formerly owned by Mr. Amos
Rice and extends to the mouth.
The bottoms along the creek jre in ma
ny places wide, and every where fertile
and well adapted to the growth of grain
and grass. The soil of the upland is a
sandy clay, and much more .durable and
productive than any one would suppose
from its appearance; it is underlayed 1st.
by a stratum of clay, and then clay and
gravel mixed which uffords every facility
for renewing the soil by clovor, manure
ice, &nd with proper care may bo kept
up to the end of time. It is peculiarly a
dapted to wheat but produces excellent
crops of corn, and other kinds of grain and
Vegetables enmmon in this cnnntrv. nnd
seldom or never bakes or becomes cloddy.
The whole aspect of the country is that
of beauty and sublimity; the level plain,
the spreading vale, the winding creek,
the murmuring rill, the gushing spring,
the craggy rock and rising hill fill the
mind with joy and admiration.
The forests also add beauty to the
scenery, tho hills and vales are covered
with the sturdy oak, the living pine and
waving poplar. These various trees
-with- many ethers stand sometimes in
separate groves and sometimes inter
spersed, tormtng a beautttul appearance
ia summer and winter, and while some
stand dressed in living green the foliage
of the others fades and falls. .'.'
There is no one, who has a taste for
beautiful and romantic scenery, can pass
through this country but will feel ready
to break out in the language of the poet. I
"I love my country's fine clad hil!,
Her thousuud bright and gurgling rills,
Her suushiun and her storms;
Her rough and rugged rocks, that rear
Their huurv heads high iu the air. '
In wild fantastic forms.
The springs in this region deserve a
little further notice as there is probably
no portion of country in the world bettor
supplied with living springs of cool re
freshing water than this. From tho tops
of the hills to the bottom of the vallies,
beautiful springs sbound; these mostly
flow with what i culled soft water; some
few however are found producing miner
eral water; there is one of this character
on the lands of Mr. J.S. McAboy, which
if properly improved might becomo a con
siderable watering place. .
No doubt the reader is ready to say,
litis must be a healthy country; it certain
ly is, thero are no pale faces here. The
cheek of the . aged matron, the smi
ling luss and pralliug infant blooms with
health and vigor; and if the inhabitants
of our towns and lowlands would visit
this country and breathe awhile the re
freshing breeze thut murmurs through
the pino groves their cheeks would bloom
like roses for mouths.
There is one more subject that we wish
to notice; this is the fruit that abounds in
this country; in addition to the juicy ap
ple, the blushing peach and crimson plum,
there is immense ijuantities of wild fruit;
such as persimons, June-berries, gropes,
whartle-borries, checker, and winter
green berries; the latter of these grow
mostly in tho pine groves, and while gath
ering them we are often ready to exclaim,
Sweet bower, where the pine and poplar leaves
And have woven their branches a roof o'er my
O! how pleasant to sit on the ever-green here
While the notes of the birds sweetly loll through
- the air. .
There are likewise to be found here,
the narrow glen, tho shady doll, and
spouting cataract, whero tho brooks coin
ing down from the hills leap over pre
cipices a hundred feet high; "also the
gloomy don and the deep and lonely cav
ern, which were once the retreat of the
wild boasts of the forest, and the homo of
the "red man oi the woods" but now have
become the resting place of domestic ani
For the Lancaster Gazette.
Precedence of Itunk.
As our young men sometimes indulge
n jealousies and liGtirthuriiiiirra. m ini mi
from the hitherto undecided niiMKimiw v.
liitive to the superior respectability of
tins or inut pursuit, and us we have in nm-
country no hereditary titles of nobility
wuicn in trio oiu wonuL by their regular
gradations, remove all frrounds for c.'nn.
Aiding claims, I would therefore pro-
pose the following plan lor sealing these
controversies among our young people.
Let three orders of knighthood be in
stituted, founded upon the natural divis
ion of our people into three great classes,
the agricultural, the mechanical and the
metcantile. The classes of the rom.
munity can all be ranged under these
general neati s on the ground that either
they, or their ancestors, have at soma
time or other, been engaged in one or the
oiner ot tne aDove named callings. J he
acnculturists mielit adont the vloueh-tail
as the type of their class. Tho mechanic
arts could all in a lump be conveniently
svmholized bv tho iack-vlant: nnd rim
" y ,i j 1 -----
yard-stick would he a very appropriate
emuiemoi tne u liferent brunches ot the
tradine .community. So that farmers.
mechanics, and merchants would respec
tively bo designated, "Knights of the
Plough-tail." 'Knishts of the. Jark-nlanr
and "Knights of the Yard-stick."
XNow, toys, I'll tell you how, after
these orders shall have been instituted,
tho question of precedence shall bo de-
Just co on. as verv resner.tnliln ma
jorities of the classes to which you sever-
. i -.. .i
uny uciun are now iioing, in me uuer
neglect of all kinds of mentul improve
ment; anu rigorously expel Irom your
respective brotherhoods the w.-etch who
should presume to touch a book, or should
maiiiiest.ine groveling desire ol bocom
inr; intelligent, honorable and virtuous.
At the end of every ten yoars let a gen
eral oxami nation of all the orders tako
place; and in whichever order, in propor
tion to its members, the groutost number
of consummate asses can be found, let
this order enjoy the privilege of wearing
the longest ears, and of braying tho loud
est tor itio next decennial period.
But. sentlemon. if vou hIioiiIiI lira for
,D. ' J I
entering into a contest of another kind,
namelv. the contest nfn11tviainrrt4nr.l1 nth.
, - o
er in knowledge and virtue; and if the
result ot tins stnie should be that at the
end of a certain niimhnr nf vnnra nil tin
young people of ourcountry shall bo found
iu ue iiigmy uistinguisiied tor genorui in
formation, for good morals, and for eve
ry quality that can grace and dignify hu
manity; then it will muke no diuereuce
in the estimation of any sensible person,
whethor you are engaged in the cultiva:
lion of tho soil, in the practice of the use
ful arts, or in exchanging the commodi
ties ot commerce.
EF"Dorr is nut dead. The report was another
telegraphic mistake. He ha recovered from
his illness. - - '
ldThe Hon. John Bell who was Se
cretary of War during the short admin
istration of President Harrison, is nomi
nated by the Tennesseo papers for a seal
in the Senate of the United States.
Fairfield Common Picas.
W m. Slade, Jr., Adin'tor, de "1
bonis nonofWm.W.Irvin. I
' ;" IN CHANCERY.
Heirs of same J
BY virtue of an order to me directed in this
caRe, I will proceed to oiler at public sale
belore the Court House door iu said County, on
Saturday the 5th day of September, 18r,
between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'
clock P. M. of said day. the following Real Kstate.
Two Lou, Nos.2 and 3, sub-divided out of Lot
No 1 and the West hull of Lot No. 3, in the 13th
Square of the Town of Lancaster, as appears by
a Plat of said sub-division remaining in this case.
No. 2 appraised at 800, No. 3 at $3000.
Also, No. 3. in the third Square of said Town.
This Lot ia upon the Canal and has upon it a good
Ware-house Appraised nt $1600.
Ttrmi One-third in hand and the balance In
one and two years, with interest. '
j, ' WILLIAM SLADE, Jr.'
Administrator de bonis Hon of IV. W Irvin.
AuguBt20, 1847. , 4wl6pf$2 50.
Not(. The above sale postponed to October 9,
1847, between 10 A. M. and 4 P. M. before the
Court House door. -
-;.. Win. SLADE Jr. Adm'tor,
LANCASTER, Friday, September 24. 1847.
rORRICTKQ WKKkLT 1st KI.IKfcAD POTT.
Corn, i! l a-'B
Corn Meal, 37i
... 112.1 '
Cav. Tobacco,. 14':t;l
Kentucky do ...7'a3
B) Telegraph Far the Zunejcillc Courier.
' Ntw Yobk, September i!l o'clock. V. M.
Il.ouii Moderate sales ut previous prices.
The quotations for Western, say $5,75 'a) $j,8?4,
have not varied materially.
1'kovuio.ns Are iiuylectod, mid but a nominal
business doing. Sales of Mess Pork, Western,
No. 1, at $13,75, uuduf Western No. .Muss Beef,
The market generally are without change.
t'liTsBLinoii, September 21 0 V. M.
27 inches water iu the channel and falling.
There is no change iu this market, since my
1'niLAOKi.pHu, September 21 9J P. M.
There is no change iu this market generally.
Baltimohe, September 2 19J P. M.
The stock market is without change.
Ki.oun Thero is an iuciensing ileinaud, with
sales of Howard Street at $.i,2(i' $5,37 J. Price
are on theodvutire.
Dealers are uwuiting their private letter per
Britlauia, aud the market generally is dull.
Yesterday was a clear and very pleasant day,
and there was more activity .perceptible iu all
branches ol business.
We continue, our quotations as before.
Wheat 75 cents per bushul, from teams, and
very light receipts.
1'louk. Sales iu a retail way at $l,2j'a l,5 l,
Extra brands command $5,00.
Corn 2:16250 4j bit.
Oats 15'a) 18c. Hay $5,50 ton.
Flaxseed ()c W bu. Whisky 20c gal., in
Cl.KVEl.ANIl, Kept. 18.
Flour Sales 500 bhls nt $4,50, deliverable iu
Wheat Sales 1845 bus at 98c,
Corn 1000 bush, Yellow, next week, 4(ic.
Bi'rKAi.o, Sept. 17.
Flour the market has improved, with sales ut
Wheat Sales, new Ohio.nl 101 102c.
Coi n Good demand and may be quoted nt
4!IJ52o An improved feeling pervade the
ClKCI.VKATI, Sept. 13. ,
Provisions. Sales 300 bbls. Mess Pork at an
IJuttkr. Sales 37 ln-fis country pkd ut 121c.
Whisky. Sales nt lti'17j;
Chii.licotiik, September 22.
The prico of Whoat inures from 70 to 75 ceuts.
Flour retails ut $4'u)$4,25; Corn 25 iu ear, 28 ceuts,
shelled: Oats 17c; Barley 40'al5c; Flaxseed 02c;
Heuns 50'a(i2c; Lard, (itoo'l cents; Bacon, Hog
round, (i cents. Gazette. .
A. a meeting for
the promotion ol
TKMPF.IU NC E,
on MONDAY F.ve-
f 'iiii.if.-.R EPTEM-
Ul'.ll 4 III, Ul UJO
Church, to which
ALL friends and
opposcrs are re
Rov. Brother Wm. Cox will deliver a Lecturo
on the occasion. By order of the Division.
MARTIN HILL, K. 8.
Lancaster, September 24, 18 17.
Estate of Amos ISice.
NOTICE is hereby given that the subscriber
has been appointed nnd qualified n Admin
istrator on tho Estate of Amos Rick, dec-eased,
late of Perry Township, Fairlield County, Ohio.
CALEB HEDGES, Adm'tor.
Septomber 21, 18 17. 4w20"
S II I I El TOMO ,
WHO have sorvod the Fairfield public as
Tuilors, continue their old business in the
room recently occupied by Ainswortii Wn.
i.ock, on Main Street, aud will serve their old
friends nnd new ones in the old way, iu the lino
of their vocation.
They havo recoived a nout and well selected
Vcstiiigs mill Ti'iiiiiiiiiis,
Which, in addition to their old business, thoy will
make tu order, on tho shortest notice, and in tho
most fashionable manlier.
They also have on hand, an assortment of
READY MADE CLOTHING,
made in fashiomihlo xtyln, suitable to the season,
and in buying which the purchatcr shall have the
worth of hismonry. Call and see how.
Lancaster, September 17, 1817. 19
WHITE LEAD-150 Kegs of fresh
puro Wliito Lead. 1'itLsbiiigh nnd Cin
cinnati brands, just received and fnrsulo by
BURY & BECK.
Lam aster, July 9, 1317. 9
O AS un hand and for sale, at Gkohoe Smith's
Chair Shop, oii tlie northwest corner of
Wheeling aud Columbus Streets, in David Fos
ter's Uvv, a general assortment of
' SUCH AS.
CENTRE, PEER, CARD, DRESSING. DIMM
DRESSING and PLAIN BUREAUS;
Wardrobes, Waslistaliris, VV'orkilnnds,
A ud ull other articles in his line thut limy be cnl led
for. ' . "
All kinds of work made to order, of the best
materials and sold cheaper than the cheapest in
this or any other plnc.e.
All sorts of Produce taken in exchange for
- CASH paid for CHERRY LUMBER.
CSfA NEW HEARSE, with a line Horse and
Harness, calculated for tho purpose, is in readi
ness to attend funerula. COFFINS made to or
der. No extra charge for Hearse.
All charges very low.
Lnucuster, September 17, 1847, 3m 19
Lancaster High School.
rilHEfiflh quarter of this school will coui
I mence on Monday the 2(lth of September,
inst, Ample accommodations have beon provid
ed for any number of students. The undersigned
is especially desirous ol obtaining scholars iu the
higher branches, The prices are now very ma
.1. H. GOOD, Principal.
Lancaster;, September 17, 1847. . 3wI9
A NOTHEK Session of the Oreenfield Acnde
X A. my will commence on Tuesday the 5th day
of October. This will probably be the last ses
sion ot thescnooi. My mends are referred to a
communication in the Gazette of he 17tli inst.,
for a statement of the causes which have obliged
me to abandon my enterprise.
. JOHN WILLIAMS.
- Greenfield Towuthip, Sept. 17, 1847. 3wl9
W.. IDm. r '.' .r
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Washington, D. C, September 21, 18 17.
tJI.AX-SI.ED OIL--300 Gallon "of
clear ! lux-Seed Oil, just received and lor sale
by ' UUUY & BECK.
Lancaster, July 0, 1817. 0
Dissolution oi I'arliirrship.
J OT1CE is hereby given, that the partnership
icrelolore existing between thu In in of
ALSPAUGI1 &. UKATTY is this day dissolved by
mutual consent of tho parties, and the business
will ill luturo ho conducted by M. ALSPAl'GII
alum'. All persons huving unsettled uccouutsdiiu
the linn will please cull uud close up the same
wilh N. BEAT Y, who is authorised to settle up
the iii in books. M. AI.SPA UGH,
Baltimore, August 31, J847. lml7
FAIRFIELD COMMON PLEAS.
Peudlutoii Riley &. Co. 1
vs. J. IN CHANCERY.
Levi Anderson el als. y
BY' virtue ol an alias writufsulo aud reference
to mo directed from tho Court ul Common
Pleas, for the County oi Fairlield and State of
Ohio, I will oiler uud expose to sale by public
vendue, at the Door of tho Court Houso m the
Town of Lancaster, on
Monday the7llt day of September licit,
between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'
clock P. M. of said day, the following described
Real Estate, lo-wil:
1. Tho Weslhalful In-LotNo 10, iu SijuareN'o.
8, iu tho Town ol Liuicasloi Appraised ul $i210.
2. Out Lot (adjoining Lancaster) No. 5, North
west, containing 2 37-100 Acres Appraised ul
3. Part of an Out-Lot bounded on tho west by
Ill-Lot No. 114 iu Curpentor's Addition to the
Town of Lancaster being so much of said Out
Lot us is included between the lloud from Lull
caster to Athens and the Huckiug Canal and In
Lot No. 114 it being the same Tract conveyed
to said Anderson by George Ring and Wil'o, by
deed recorded iu Book No. (j, p. 2!) Appraised
at $75. Terms of Hale Cash iu hund.
, P. B. EW1NO,
August g, 1817. 5wl5 pf 3,75
In rairlicltl 0111111011 Fleas.
PETITION TO SELL LANDS.
John R. Miiiuaugh, Administrator of David Rccs,
The Widow and Heirs.
I PURSUANT to an order of the Court of Com
mon Picas to me directed, as Administrator
ol said Estute, I will oiler ut public sale, ut tho
door of the Court House in tho town of Luucastei;,
iu said County of Fairfield, 011
Salurduy I lie SJJth day of September, 1847.
between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M, and 4 o'
clock P. M. of said day, the following described
Real Estate, to-wit! l'urts of Iu-Lots Nos. 7 uud 8
and of lu-Let No. 6. in the 1st Sqiuiro of the town
of Lancaster, being the present residence of the
Willow of ihe said David Roes, Jr , as described
in the order of sale to mo directed.
The above property will be sold subjeet to the
'payment" of J33. annually, to the Widow",iilileu'
of her dower therein. . -
The terms of sale will bo one-third in hand, one
third in one year, nnd one-third in two years, wilh
interest from the day of sale. The House and
Lot appraised at $1,452, and will be sold at not
less than $fi00.
JOHN R. MUM AUG II, Administrator
Of the Estate of David Rees, Jr. deceased.
August 20, 1847 , . 5wl5pf 3,25
- MUST riTTMUIt(.II
A ASSORTED, rromby 10 to 21 by 05 br
sale by . UKOIKiE KAUl'r MAN.
Lancaster, August 20, 1817. u
fllHK HIGHEST PRICE in CASH will be
J. giveu for FLAX-SEED by -
Lancaster, August 20, 1847. J.
5 U HT IV f C V iv v; 1)
ASO FOR ftAI.K,
Of I KEGS PUKE WHITE LEAD, and
OU 5 Barrels LINSEED Oil-, by
Lancaster, Aug. 13 1817. ; I I
ft Bags Green aud Yellow RIO COFFEE;
5J :i I1h-s BLACK PEPPEKs
YOUNG HYSON and IMPERIAL TEAS. Jtc
Forsaleby GK.ORGE KAUFFMAN.
Lancaster, August 13, 18 17 14
10 Itarrrl Tniiner's Oil.
JEST received aud fur sal by .
Lam-aster. August El. 18 17. 14
CALL AT Till.
OLD DRUG STORE.
A ND see a fresh supply f HKCO.S and MtjSSiiTm
ilL D1C 1. NFS PAINTS and DVE STI'FFS, reuafour Ae
For ulc low. GEORGE
Lancaster, August 1847.
10 Il.irrcU Water Lime.
E.ST (if ALITV, forsnle by
l fiEOHftE KAL'FFMAN.
Lancaster. August 13, 1847. 34
Full kinds cheaper than ever at
V OATES He, COSPER'S.
June 13, 1347.
A Fine l'.'irm lor Kale.
ONE Hundred and Thirtv-three Acres of Land
11 i- 1 1 ,,
near llavcusport 1.1 Hml.eld ( ounty, well
unproved uud 111 good condition, will be sold at
private sale, 011 terms to suit purchasers.
About Forty Acre, are covered with an excel- i'J"T'Ti '." 'f'1'
, , .1 v.- 1 ii. 1 ' , 1 ey ihoiitU always acroiiiifinf the onli-r.1
lent r,'iowtli of limber, luul the balance is under fHFI'V "n
c-illivation. There tire on it a pood Dwelling !.-. vr' uvuev 1 ''
House uud Ham, and suitable ont-lioiises: a flood , m
Well ol Water near the Kitchen and another in
the llaru-Vard. Anyone wishing lo purchase a
first rate farm will liud this u line chance. It lies
adjoiuiiiL' (lie lauds of Juil-'e .Martin and Joel H.i
.1..1 1. i-...
F,..-Btrli-in ;,,,d other narti.-ol, uW- 1.. .l,J,V'.c'r ''ea-fT :Sel,1"m even by large dealers
owner Henry t). nud John Haiiua on the pieuii-
se, or Jo the undersigned iu Lancaster.
M. A. DALGIIERTY.
Lancaster, August Et, 1817. 14
Faii'lii'M Common Plea.
David Jennings, Administrator. "
of C hat les S wart. , dec. P ETT T ION
Lydia Swart.. TO SELL
Henry Swartz, j
Luviiia Swart, J LANDS.
The said di.-reuilaiils, licin? minor t b ildren of
said Ch tries Swart., dec. will take notice that a
petition was liled by said administrator ut the May
term, 18 17, of tho Court of Common Plea for
Fuirlield county, State of Ohio, praying for an or
der of salt-of Lot No 'JB, in Hoshor' Addition to
iheTown of .li-H'ei-sou in said coantv for the pur
pose of paying the debts of said decedent, and
that at the September Term, 13 17, of said Court
said order will be eutred up iiicoriliu"lv
JOEL RADEUAL'GH; Clerk V. C. P.
Stasbkrrt &, V.t 1'RUnr, Alt'ys.
August 2G, 1847. . pf$3 50 fiwlG.
OL'LD respectfully inform the public, that
he has removed his Shop to Foster's Brick
Building, iii tho room formerly
I 1 f ,
) occupied ny J.
Work & Co., us u Shoe Shop, directly above G
Kauflinau' Drug Store, where he will still con
tiiuie to carry 011 the
iu mi its vui nm urunciiei. 11 ir woi k win ue dmie
iu tlio nciilest and mot ttubsuiutiul maimer nud
,.l prices to suit the times . .
Country Produce ot ull kinds, taken in ex -
Luuciuter, April 03, 13 17 tfiO
Atlornoy and Counsellor at Law, j
AND SOLICITOR IN CH ANCERY
EOkkick. Tallmadge's Duilding 3d Story. I
Lancaster, June 5. 13-16.
Harried Woniau's rrirale
BY DIt. A. M. M A U 11 1 C E A U. 1
raOPBsanp. OP DISEASES OF WOMEN.
Third Edition, lllwo. pp. 350. Price !.
5,000 Cople ulil in three Moulin 1 1 !
f B IH H Riealdeiiiaiid for this most iainnnaiit work,
B r i i .1 .. i . i . i
JL (ofwlur.il Ihou.'anrisare sn!(i;nas compelled ihe
issue of aiioihei edition. Ill inlemlrd especially
lor Ihe niarriril, as it discloses important secrets;
which should he known iu ihem pririiculitriy
every re in rile ran discover (he causes, lymptmiis,
Had the most clikiciit remedies nud most ceiiain
mode of cure, in every complrTwi to which lier tu&
t a t a ii i i ti i i
iidMicit n-iniiirr ric ihiii inr nil uri.-jf re- ( niiiilllH ftXK alWitVH iUr Ot OlHAItline JTMHI tCflS nl
(hey would retain their youlh, vigtr, b.auty, eUi ;Uliirrat war.liuu, in .pmntilie. to unit their conven
3 tp.m-r, and at the same prie Itmt the iitorcham payiwbo
licit v of body and buovaucy of spirits loan Hdvan- NiyiitoKllntiain. Ltoilg 7Vm5w
ced uge, itiMeud of being ttfllictet!, as Inrndreds and 7- k Ku!U)1 rt,eU U a dcliciuu Ooionjf tea it .W
ihotitands are, into v Iiumi handi tins book has not P"' I"nd. Consmnrrtorint, w-lm have been puy-
i lug fix shillinu lr pound fur tin article are requested lo
yet fa Men, j rumnnrc it wilh tlie altove, and judjie for tlieiiiselvec whkli
1, i. ,. important que5,ion to the manird why i, I Srii sVZuZ
is that w brliold to numy married females sickly, i will lw nhluiil to u. far tins muire. Try the lounglly-
dfliiliiatoil, and prostraifil ? as aho tho csiim-i
and wlir llier liiey are snsrrptitjle of reinfdy. Tiiey
will here, find lltosc important inaitcu, comiecterl
ilh ctiscovetie in medical ami physiological sci
nice, which meet this uuesiion.
This wmk is destined to bu iu the hands nf every
wife auu mother w ho has a rccaid lur her owu
health and welfare, as well hi thatol hrt hmband .
The levelalinns contained in iu pages have alrea ' roiiwrtneiircSof iin injurious elli-cti, until at lennili he has
j j..i.. - , i . I hni-onif: lionelt-Mof liudinr. anion anv rif Hie itniiorlcd va-
dy proved Messing to thousands. rj(,Mpl o ,;,R , 011r niRrUet,a kind wi.lrh had nil such an
To those yet unmarried, but cnnteuihlaliii? mari'Twt. Intl.ls, however, wirh penoita wilt he ajreenWy
. .1 disappointed. 71te I'ekin 71ea Compnny have fomnienccd
riarje, or, peinaps, iit-Miaiiug as 10 mo prnpneiy oi
incurring lite respoosibililiei aiiendaiit upon it, the
importance nf being possessed of the levelatious
contained iu these pagn't so intimately involving
ilieir fuiuie happiiiets, cannot be appreciated.
Il is nf cniuse impossible to convey more fully, in
a public journal, the vai ions subjects treated of, ai
they are of a nature aincily intended for Ihe mairied
or those contemplating marriage: neither is it neces
snry, since it is every one's duty to become possess
ed of knowledge, whereby the mm-iings to which a
wife, a mother, ol a sister may be subject, can be
Copies will 1 sent by Mall free of PoNlng
Over ten thousand copies have been sent by mail
within three innnths, willi perfect safety aud certain
ly. In no instance has a remiitauc failed to reach
die publisher, or the book those to whom it has been
On the receipt of One Dollar, the "Married Wo i
man's Prieuie Medical Companion" will be seiii
.J&e...0.(.PP.tagrJ to any pail of the United Stale.
All loiters mutt be addressed (poii paidy ib DiVX'."
M. Muuriceau, Box 1221. New York City. Publish
itig Office 129 Liberty Street, New York. - r
' N. B. Tho trade supplied on tht usual terms.
For sale by all the principle Booksellers in the
United States. Ageut in Lancaster,
W. S. BEA'J V, Bookwlle
August 27, 1817. 6tnl6 .
Cheat and irow Uieli.
jnqillS tu. ). the i.,et principle of toe many at II
) "l'.il iteak.r. lu T-n moo ihi.f in m.iA ih.. h.-
r4 tlx m..h.-im. l.il imuMition on thHXHilitrv Mr
rhairt without anir lr of alarlion Bui ntw Ih Un
lrTrdlnucotB mi) I a PKK1N TfcA COMPAMV
rlaiHM iim- lionor oriuimrodiirtuni. Thar wura lite Am lo
raw IIM SauiMf of Kufornr, on wlnrh tlniy hv Iim rihari
o limplc words pars Tens vd ttsttl p,Uu." A uun
II1 revolution lut Imu to . OManjiKlic. Lt consumer
of levix wliecc look al wlial wrliavi- dm.
w rr III flrM lo d IImtui 'I lliat uaed lo b
r:.IM im K'xwt for .I-,,. ir,.
w" ""' dnvrn out oftlw mar art a v amount of
....... ii,i,ou.ki a leu,,, ra f ,utn (lM frt
't! '"'forlera of Tm often eoawt i us lo ,rt
!. "."' fr llnjir fr Sue quaUlniallH-y
ran And uowIk,,. '
ki l 'f',':,", rrirnwe than 25 per renl,hilh
in lllrk ana l,ree rna. '1'l.e wtoole-MU. rnrer aav we
are miiiinir tl.-lra.tr and rail .. i,.,h,,B,. j h, wm k.
"I "l.'',r- " " ' '" rraar ma.
IU'l. !"!' TrM! """ Halftheat, Of
14 lb box. al IIm; ms nrireslliat lu,u-..i. ...
lu.rler wuen Ihev huy l,r - l,, rwkn,,,.
I ' lm wlmlesaNi irnrera allow only 13 or al uio.1 It
ira tare io IIM! Hall rliert. Tin isar.beai. r will al
low, inmual Inilairn, I', aiul II. Harare on llir name.
it H herel.y nnrlerlnke U -ll ayery kiiut of T.n
from sit It l el ci cents pte ptnnM ckinptr llian Hie wlioln-riN-rurersdn.
: How rati we o Itiiaa.k. tlie country iiM-rriia.tlT
I Iim ia our answer. V are ronlr.il wilh seyen per
rnl. profit iinnesd oi XS and ju per rent a In wholesale
I We iteM-rve tlie llianks of llie country merrlianiy fur &
f virisf tl. Iterenfler fioni N-ioy cliealr,l. Lei llieui rome
ilollieVlnn.imiiaeoflU PKKIM TeAO. and rmuinre
, mmiHea of' 'ea llley (.4 darwlwrr, and iflliey buy kail
j Ten llien, al luli ,r ..-.. 11 l llir own fnull.
; An KmiImIi nikirler tafy iKmrrled lo na thai fie cnutd
I mane more money hy -ndli2 Imd l eas lo Ilia Neir York
1 mark el thun on aood Tejie. W'e are r.r.rve.1 looverlhrow
lliw fr:,iM, and now rati upon neenl. to r-verv town nf llur
l.'niti-il mam lo roioe forward aurl laiy Ihe Tca imimleil
t.y tl' I'CKIN TKS rn.and He ple,e our.lve.,llinl If
I 01 niuiMiir ntey no noi ae more l ea Hum Itw otilnl
lai.ilhirfeai d.nler 11. Ilielowu. we will iv Ihrrn our Tea
I Iim ia iiluin r.i.e!ili and ranma hernia
e apia'al lor leetin,onv lollie i.miienre sur-
(n;nl our Aeiiiui ny pan fl)w, r, ile.l Klnlea.
rrVMs wanted 111 erery hmnm III l.'.iiled Stales
for ll. sale of thew Teaa. I.y win. Ii tlH-y ran make money,
ami ronler a lienelil upon I lie I'uMk by siiuutiinellie pure
article. ee a 1
C A T A L O O U F. OF TEAS
4T J"K vAnr.Horsc or the
FEEIN TEA OOMPAHT.
75 and 77 Fulton sl .V. Y.
The Tra mentioned in litis Caialoeue are done ud iu
iu:irler prnind. hi,lf (inuiiif. and orrf! pmind parkates llw
ht. or in.1,1 Wmiiiwr i. lend. Hie aHTOiid Wrn.ier i. M-n.er
! proof naia-r. and Hie ilurd or noi.Kle wrapper d'l.'liluriie
,lrrtt".r. I ' oniunny wll none 11 1 mat Tens, done
liituri.,iia rlitriei m rhiiia Ciiiiulrv dealer nay aelerl
,ninnll a quantity of en Ii kind as iliey like, and hnre
I lliem inr.krd In one rhe.l. These Tea also rntne iu live
ihib,i I'liloew parkaei-e. ra'le.1 oualloous. a verv roureii-
' ''''" !"."" lt- s
1 erwine resiilpri lu nnv nrt nf the fiiited Htfllen nr
!r.,,a.l,. ran mdetany r,f iln-' re,,. l ,h r.,:,u t,7leT
i ter. in 'iiiauiitiea 10 run ilx-ir wishes. We iak ihem in
i.iuneM. la.tesanu detiy.ir them in ilse r'orwar.iiini M, i.
j na mini-
sweet enrxo. . .
.. 00 SO
do do fiuei
.. 0(1 K.'J
.. 011 7.)
.. 00 87
becausi. ol'the very small prolita made on its
sale. Una is I verv siiH-nor lea
Do do Golden Chop Planta
tion or Gardcu growth 1 50
Ofl'lee. C.'aThl v Ihe fluent Crecu Ten rullivated iu
China, 11 Is nf Ihe rimt pirkine. and egrets all other
flreeii leas f-ir its detirary of Havor. slreu-.-tli anil aroma.
Heretofore litis lea ha never rearlied this conulry, ex
o;pl in .nialt tola, as presents to lmjiortcrs.
HYSON, verv line
j Do Plantation growth
j Do superior
Do small leaf, plantation einwtli
Do brisk and fragrant
Do curious leaf, very superior....
HYSON SKIN, good line" Havor
Do do extra line
POCCIIONG, good, full Havor 00 33
Do fine 00 50
Do very superior 00 75
SOL'CHONG, good 00 38
Do extra tine.... 00 50
OOLONG, strong, flavor tine 00 50
Oolong This Tea is a great favorite aud gives
Do very hue 00 63
Do in one pound and half pnuud
cattvs. extra tine 00 75
iXEPLCS ULTRA 1 50
f ''r'" tmrm-rhj. Tea i, as frntrant ai a nosnrny, h
j j ichif u iiiiii ion. ii'ii? ue n, n n oi rarnen
growih. am! superior to any thm ofllie kind ever sold
111 this country,
ENGLISH BREAKFAST TEA, fine... 00 50
Do (In do extra line 00 6J1
IIOWQIJA'S MIXTURE, a stroug and
ncli black lea l ekoe llavor 00 75
i ' e',uU-
, ... ."ISZ" '
00 87 i
ro-Ath... 1 50
I Beside the above we expect daily from China
'several splendid chops of Tea, exclusively impor
jted by the PEK1N TEA CO.. uud which we iu
1 tend to copyright lo prevent trickery. Let our
agent get Jeuiiy.
Heretofore It tuis liceu very rlirT.ru tt indtcd iucnissiMe
I lu always ohtniu sorxl green and tilark teas. Itul now you
. have only 10 visit the ware-rooins of the Pekin 'J'ea t.'nut-
pany, 7a aad 77 Fulton sireel, 10 olsain as delicious and
foiL-rant teas as you rould isli (or.OuilM Sum.
j We have iririt the Teas iiniwrted hy the Pekin Tea Coin
pauy.75 ami "7 Fulton si. New York, and if we live will
try tlifliu oUen, 'I'la-y are st-llins Ihe ino.t detirinui lea
; we ever drunk, anil retail tticai at whulesute price. 1
; ninir I'osi.
The lines! speeiitiens of green nnd blark lea. ever sold ih
i ons i-ounirj. lire 1111 iwoeu ii iiiriesiu 1 en 1 otnpaiiy, ii
! ,Y 7; Fullon .ireet. -I hose who anl5.Hl leasal teaVou-
! nllv I1''"''-always nei tliem ilierj - 7Vi(
' oroto I Driskkrs. 1 tie Pekin I ea IVmiany,
, 7.1 jj-77 Kitlioii si have imported into this market oiuc
I hundred th()unnd dollars worth of the linesi rade of
Ureenniid thai k I eas.nrown in Ihe t.elestial tmpire. done
u1 jn all ,e vari,ls hnry paekncestlnii Cliiueae .neenutiy
'an invent. It m a privilege lo liuy lena ni Has ureal t
tulilislimnnt. ami a huary and a romtorl lo drink ihem.
j Ti,ey sell cms! li as only, and rrtail lliem at n liolesale pri-
. ces. i.ouiury uicrruauis w no wisiiio aiwaysaeiicoou teas
cat i always ni. lain lliem nt lliic place, on reaunble ternit.
Xrie York Conner and &! rer,
7'ii Tekin lYw ttintnny, Ti 3( 77 Fitlton trect, iri ter
forminsA irriii and cnil work, ami w ill ma few Vfat-f,be
yonil all riuiilii ilrtvu all tlio por lea wlitcti have deluded
iliif country, niitl ttctraitUfl ronini(rii of the article, un(
(tfilie market. - They imtiort none Nit pure nnd frnsnnt
iw, and reinit tliem ty the single pound at wholesale prf-
i on. unlit al nil. ffrwn it-a csianiwnnicni ai o reni. 11 i
Iwiicr llian anviliinir of lite kind we have ever bought
el'vlH.'ic al one dollar. Commrreial Meertitsr.
I It'anv ol ar rpaitt-ra desirf lo hari eoo.1 Ira, IImtt ran
I oMain ii ol Hie I'ekin Tea Coinrany,T5 T7 Fallon atrect
, 7pmi!i 7V Copt.-IV very rliM-rfiilly rntl
! "w ""'"l'n of all lovr. of part and fra?ra,,l f.o. Iioin
! iii mini .iid rmitilrv. In tllrsrral tea Warclionw of I ill
Cnniany. nnr loin ar.iiauiiance wilh the Piourieiurs
enal'lt! U io n.;ii'aa iiiriiH-in u runic ruiiiimrncr ui oie
miutr. iVe t a0Hi that ilieir lens, both iu uunlitv and iirire
'are all Ilia' inflated of Ihem. Many n lover of the fragrant
i linrh hn. heenroiiiiMlleil to earhew llle drilllvillff of lea in
, lnc imiorlalinii ot clmire varielleaol Harden ma, nt nioel
ilelirious flavor, r nltivnted and picked with ereat care,
which have heretofore never Inen Introduced into IliU
rouniry, except as presents to iinnorlerii. Anton llieiw
I hey have an Oulunf, mild an aephry, aud fragrant aa a roue
whirh weHiecially reconnnend lo all nervous iieranus. Its
effect iijion many of llioae who have tried ii, litis heen lo
make lliem cnntiriiicd lea drinkers, lauliea who ImveuKed
il, auy they never helbre drank snrh lea. But all lasles
fan here he suited, with the great arivniiiate over olhern of
Bellins a pure article al wholr-iale prire. however small ihe
ipiaulilv. 71ic L'omiaiiy's VVarohoiwo i al 7 5 jf i" il
tun street. OoMs Hut's.
' T The Pekin Tea Company, No. u A 77 Filllnmt.
nunneminnahly sell ihe heal leas imported into this mar
kel. Vhallhi v sell Ihem rlieaicr llian any ollwr estate
hshnienl, la a f-icl proveji in a UioiiHiind installed since
llley have opened their store. H'e would advise our
Meml. to rail al llii place, and If Iliey dou'l wish lo huy,
al least lonhiaina mile pamphlet, kepi on ihelr eounier,
entitled --lliiiis to -n-a llritikers, aud therefrom learn a
liitle iikIiiI information on the subject. The pamphlet is
given i-mlis.J'ursal of Commerce
Jfe drink lirecn Ten, and lor many years have heeil pay
l. on. dollar oer Hound for it. Itul thanks lo Hie Pekin
tk ComW.ny, we now net n hrtler tea from ihem at 75
renin per pound. M e drink one pound per week, by which
we arc now s ivints thirteen dollars per year, snd enjoying
be.liei tea in ihe hnrpnin Commend us to ihe Pekin Tui
Company soy we. .Wo rr.
)-Kditorsnild jinbllshers of newspapers in the United
States, Canadns, Jf'est lmlie,e, who wlllelve the shove
13 i.riiini in their respective journals, including this no
lice, will la; paid for the same in any TK as ttfiy may clroose
to anlert from the shove Catalogue, at the prices there
hiiiied.diidliTlhetrritiTelitrsine -of H Conipaavlwlcr.lhe
amounr of iheir hill, which they are al liberty Indispose of
Tapers who adveHse, must direct copies marked to the
Pcsia n Cmla GdzlUc. 75 77 Fullon street, New
Vork. . July 23,-11. 40
BLANK DEEDS AND MORTGAGES
"llUNTEDon fine paper, for sale tt Ilia
. Gazette and r.Afress office
'IHE pndersiyiied respectfully informs tho
I pablic, that he lias been amHiinted NOTA
RY PUBLIC, and that beside Ilia otual biuuiea
connected with that office, he i prepared tu nuke
out Power or Attorney. Certificate. Ac., iu the
English, German and French Laniruaife. and to
tiajisluta ail kind of document Ti-uiJ and luto
1'ie.te LiLgiingea. ... .
He can be IoiiihI every morning from 10 tu 13
o clock at hi uftke iu Jjr. Kreider Buil.linif.
t AlUUSTLS W1TTK,
Lancaster, St-ptemW 17, 1847. 3wl9
sri:i(.i:u jl "1 -'lKkiioaiV:
Fasbinriahlft Tallni-s v
SHOP III Shaker' Buildinif. one .bu.r r... ,.r
the Tulimudge House. -
Lancaster, June 11, 1817. - 5
(iilE.T VESTJ PACE MORE!
M ACCBACKElf & G AltBB A XT IX
Mir THIS DAT COMMSSCKD kKCKIVlNO TH
WITHIN MXKTY-KIVE DAYS.
023 11 e CD CD a
i 'illK AMuU.NT OK TIMS 1THC11ASE.
Lancaster, July 5, 1847.
JOHN D. MARTIN,
B. P. KKK1NGEH,
aimi a i:in.;i;ic.
Attorneys and Counsellors ai Law.
ur r icr. lu roster Dnr-K uuiluiug.
Lancaster, Ohio, June 11, 1817. S
. Attachment Notice.
"VfOTICE is herchy given, that Jams M.
1 1 i'ralt.oiithcSlsldayof August, A. D. 1847.
ued out of the Clerk's Office of the Court of
CoTi-noii Flea of Kairfield County. Ohio, aguiust
the goods, chattels, righu.eredit, uionei s. etict,
lands ami tenement ol Johu Jackson, lor the sum
ol Five Hundred Dollars damages; which writ
has heen served and returned.
Attest JOKL KAI)i:B.U'C;iI, Clerk.
Marti t, KrrixocK, Attorneys.
Seplc-mhcr 3, 1847. pr!ecl,75 Cwl7
ievi atTival hy express at
(iATLS &. OSI'ER'S.
June 13, 1217.
Slier ill' Sale.
BV virtue of ii Fi. et Lev. Fa. to me directed
from the Court of Common Pleas for Fuirfielil
County Ohio, I w ill otter uud exoe to sale by
rjooiic veiuiue a:iu outcry, ut tne door ot the Court
House, on Monday the 27th clay of September
next, between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and
4 o'clock V. M. of unidday, the following describ
ed Land and Tenements, to-wit: lu-I.ot No A, iu
the lilh Square of tlie Town of Lancaster, Fuir-
ticlil County, Ohio, together with all the improve
inents thereon helmigmg. Taken iu execution l
the projierty of William Cox, at ihe suit nf Samuel
Beery, for the use of the Trustees of the Lan
caster Ohio Bank. Terms of sale cash in hand.
F.I.1AS I'tUKY, SheiirV V. C.
August 27, 1817. . 5wlfiirfee$0.25
W. i:. KA.VKIj
Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Chancery.
OFFICE IN FOSTKR'S BRICK BUILDING!,
iu the (liKiin recently occupied hy Chillies
norland, Es. F.utrauce, one door west of Kaiilt-
mau's Unig Store, Maiu Street, Lancaster, Ohio.
May 14, 1847. ltf
State of DUfo, .iFafreclTiCountB.
COURT Or COMMON l'LF.AS.
John C. Allisputdi, )
fieorge Mver and others.
"V OT1CF, is hereby given to the Defaudant
J. 1 fieorse Myers, a non-resident of this State,
thut Coniiifainant ha filed ill thi Court hi Bill
iu Chancery uainst him. aud John A Collin and
Johu C. Fall, alleging, that said Defendants are
indebted to him on accontit of Lot of Bolting
Cloths placed in their hands to be sold on com
missionand praying that an account may he
taken uud Defeudauts decreed to pay him the
amount due, And that utiles he appear and
pleads, answers, nr demurs to said Bill, within 60
days after the next Term of said Court, said Bill
will be taken as confessed hyhiiu aud the matter
thereof decreed accordingly.
JOEL RADEBAIKill. Clerk.
August 20, 1847. Jwl5 plt3,50
c a it i7
The subscriber having returned from the Eastern
Cities, whither she had gone to receive the Spring
fashions and pitrclia.-e her Stock, can now
he toiuid ut tier new establishment over the store
Room formerly occupied by Ainswortii & Willock
and just one door east of Reber & Kutz.
She has on bmid a beautiful assortment m Crnpo,
Pearl braid aud l'ulmctto Bonnets, Ribbons,
French flowers, all kinds of Bonnet and dress
Trimiuinga (latest styles) together with a great
varity of F"aucy articles for l.ailies. She is pre
pared to make Dresses, Bonnet and trim the
same combining taste, beauty and fashion equal to
auy eastern estubiishmeut.
Work promptly hnisued and furnished nt the
Lancaster, April 14, 1847. . 43
Valuable Itenl Estate lor Sale
I WILL sell nt private sule 62 4H-100 Acres nf
Laud lying iu reur ol'Slaiibcry's (iaideu, North
east of Luucastei', being Lot Nos. 7 ft 10 in the
Partition of the Baldwin Estate. These two Lol
lie together, and lor situation, fertility aud almost
every other advantage, they form ono of the tnot
vuhuibie tiiicts of laud iu the County.
Terms moderate. Apply soon.
M. A. DAUGHEKTY.
Lancaster, July 23, 1847. 11
lMoiilns Class l'lates.i '
GATES & COSrER, (in the Tullinailge Hone
are pi-eiured to furnish Looking UlaM Plate
of all ize, from 8 by 10 iuche to 15 oy 26 inches,
at very lor prices.
Lancaster, June 25 1847.
XV. S. BEATY,
Rookscllcr and Stationer,
One door tccst of the Hocking Valley Bank,
MAIN STREET LANCASTER OHIO,
KEFTS constautlyon hand, a large assortment
of Medical Miscellaneous and School Book
Also Blank-books. Statiuunry &c. ifcc. of every
description. Allot' which will be sold ut price
a moderate as those of any establishment iu,
Laucaster June 25. 1847. Iy7.
Cheap Watches. 7
PERSONS wishing to purchase a good Gold or
Silver Watch, a cheap us they cau in the
Eastern cities; are invited lo examine the exten
sive assortment lor sole hy
UATl-S Si. L UDi-r.it.
Tallmndge tlouseLaiiciuiter, June 18. 1847.
r'lABLE, Di'scrt and Tea Spoon, Salt, Mu
X tard and Cream do. Butter Knives Sec. also
the Real German Silver Table & Tea Spoon,
Forsaleby GATtS & COSPER.
June 18, 1847.
rSHEfirm of J.C. Maccrucken having dissolr
JL ed, J. C. Muccracken associating nimsel.
with Work Galhraith uud Johu Maccrackeu tok.
ing charge of the account and oooksoi
r Mnra.r.-lcf,ii and J. C Maccracken, notice if
l,..h ;.-.. to all those iudubledlbutunmediuw
payment must be made. -1
All account, unsettled and all note onpaid on
the 15th day of June next will be loll in the
hand, of pwper Pfficen. for ; collection.
John Maccracken will alwaya be loittirl at tb
countina room of Maccracken ft Galbraith,
counting too J. C. MACCRACKEN. ' -
Lancaster Jlay min inn. : 7
For sale at the Gazette & Express Ofce