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WHCBB'ER TUODOOEITt IWlLkSO,
. - RUTH AND NACMI. ,
Where'er thou gout, I will go with torn
Where'er thou. dwelWt, that dwelling Mwll be
-. . mine: "
The friend that laved the ihnll bo loved by me;
-And thuee hU be my kindred that are thine.
Where'er thy prayer ere offered, I will poor
My boaom'i prayer, while kueeliug it tby tide:
Thv God ibalt be my God, u t adore
. Wlute'er thou duat, in heaveo or earth beeide.
Where'er and when thou dioat, I will die:
Thou (halt not suffer puia or death I"U
Thy grove "hall be my grove, and we ball ht
Together wrupt beneath tho ailt-ut tuuib.
Tluu. Iium ware composed by a young volun
teer, who foil at the battle of Bueua Vista. He
wit one of tlmae favored onee to whnru nature
had imparted that genini which displays itself un
der tho moat adverse circumstances. A in ids t the
noiteand tumult of the camp, bo wrote thia para.
fhiH. juat before the actiott in w hich it wai his
ut to peiiah. '
- The simple linea which we soim-tithes append
- to marriage notice, are usually written by re
'' quest, and, si may be supposed our niiicbiiie i
not always in the bol order fur jmetry. Last
week we published the marriage of Mr. B. E.
t.ilbert to Mia Mary B. Sweel, und added the fol
lowing Yerses ' . ' 1
" Object! which one has not obtained.
Are sweet while they ore viewed before;
But oft, alas! when they are gained,
.. He fiuds the objects Svect uo more.
To this, eome one pet hups thought we bud ex
tracted a little ton much tvttt from the lovely
bride, bai sent us the following answer.
'Ti true, sometime, mi object guincd,
Doe not our withes meet:
But atill. my fi iouil, that does not prove
. Mary aliould uot a. swtm.
Being therefore bound to explain; we reply; .
Yea, while the aonry-mmio may hist,
In awoctueas the may be the aainu;
But if the be wbeu that i past,
She must be sweet without the name.
To this our correspondent, who is still determin
ed w "B. Swiit." having strangely I'uuud out our
lust reply, continues:
But uh! my friend the wet sny,
(His Hues we often meet,)
Although a rose should change its an,
It still would be al twett.
If wo ( an huve the lu-t word, it will be some
But we, of course, to Mary's friend
Must give up fairly bent,
Hoping thut she. till life shall end,
V. illalway- be as tweet.
Sill wa would whisper what he knowi
roi oft are with the welct tMn. Olive
TO TilU HUSBAXD.
Sea' kiudly tu hur, littlu dst thmi know
What Utter wretchedness, what hopeless wo
Hang ou the bitior words that stem reply
The cold demeanor and reproving eye,
The denth steel pierce uot with keener dart,
Thau unkind words in woman's trusting houi t.'
The frailer beitie bv tliy aula is of
finer mould keener hersuns? of puin
of wrong greater her lovo oftemlenicss.
How delicately turned her heart; each
ruder breath upon ita stiini's complains
in lowest notes uf sadness, not heard but
felt. It wears away her life like a deep
undercurrent, while the fair mirror of
the changeless surface givos nut one sigh
tdPAu Atneiicun countryman, fresl
from the magnificent wood and rough
cleanntrs, was ono day vmitniir the own
erof a beautiful seat in Brooklyn, and
walking with him through s little grove,
out nt which all the under brush had
been cleared, paths, had been nicely cut
and gravelled, and the rocks covered with
woodbine, aaddenly stopped, and, ad mi
ring the beauty of the scene, lifted up
his hands and exclaimed, "This Hike;
thia is Nature with her hair combud."
iy 'How well he plays, lor one so
youne, said Mrs, PartiiiL'ton, iim the or
gan boy and his monkey performed near
r.er door, "and how much his dear little
brother in the calico dress looks like him,
to bo sure."
t7An old coat's ntlvoiiiRKfl are nu
merous. Peopla will not think il worth
while to pick your pocket; llio India
will not bother you with tliuir insatiate
love; and you will not be tcaaud to dine
urtako tea with your acquaintances I
rS"Eiitereil al the Custom House,"
(aid Mrs. Partington, pondering on the
expression; don't see how (he vosselb
ever got in; but I am glad that the Col
lector cleured 'em out again. It will
learn them better manners next time, I
Good Spy-Glads.- -A man in a neigh
boring town, who had a eood any-class.
looked at his third cousin through it which
brought him near as a first cousin. See
ing a horse running away wiih a chaise
he brought the animal so near him that he
could catch him by the bridle and stop
G7A noor widow woman was relating
to a neighbor, how fond her huslmnd was
of having a good fire; how busy he would
make himself in fixing it to it would
"Ah poor dear man," she continued,
'I hope ho'sgone where thoy keen Sood
fiie." ' ' 6
fyThe Michigan Argus announces
tha receipt of the following letter.
''Enclosed is one dollar to pay you for
advertising my runaway wife, but ere I
received your paper, with your bill en-
closod, the pullet came back with fair
promises, and we are now living togeth
er as happy as Albert and Victoria."
IjTAn Irish sailor once vi.iiied a city
where ho said, 'they cooper bottomed the
tops of their houses with sheet load.'
Et?'Hallo Jim, get ujl the sun has
been shining this two hours,' said a fath
er to a sleepy-beaded son.
'Well, fathor,' replied the lad. 'if I had
tn travel as far as he must to-day, I would
yhtrt been up three hours ago
, Modesty. -A YOUnff ladv in Rnilnn ra.
cently fainted on entering a room where
stood a bureau without drawers. At
least so says ine 1'oet.
SiwouLaK Ct'STOM.A singular cua
torn prevails among the Sioux Indians,
Whenever a white man has resided
rnong thern tor the spaco of one month,
he is icquired to take unto himself a wife.
The chief of the band among which he
is, At the and of this time, comes to him
with e young and handsome squaw, whom
he must espouse and protect according
lo their customs, or leave the country im
meVia'ly. t .
FAT - HXT GROCERIES Such
Cullee, Rice, Mole, Chocolate, Teas, bu-
gar, NewOrleaus, Havana, &c. All of the very
finest quality, constantly on band, and for sale by
Laucaiier.Joly 9, 1847. 9
War in lite United Stales.
IT i axiom anioug all civilised naiioiis lhai
it ia better to be engaged in Inmoiable wai than
uti.uii in ilisliouurable orace. Adopliiia this piin-
ciple, Ir. Waiou,au old anrt tsillful Physician
(morioty wouiu i'g',ei ine piopunj oi iiavinj mr
word skiliul for mhera lo ;irououiic, leu I imglii
be iliouglil roietliral ; but ll is no lime for inndetiv
m tho-e ilsjf oi base iinpositiiiii, whru ignmantr
and s'ieiice sie pennillrd to whII baud in hand.)
ho wasediirstcd in tlie east, whrre hr prnrnred
his piuletiiou nuiuher of year; and duiiiig ihr
last uiiie oi ten year has been rut (eri in au ex
ifiilive piaclicc in St. Irfniauhris ha has Tteatrn
hrn succeistully m alinoit M lit vsneu aim
complicated Imnn, until ill-htslili an" a shsiterrd
coiisiuuiion obliged liim to decline ilir practice oi
ins piofkloii liaihereliiiadiaimmd loner are
war with Pulriit Medicines and yuars. iiusirum
Makers wilh v.ln.e bae and false pieieiisinns lo
cura all the i laud ails, oaim "e"1 rhrs thai R-'Sh
is heir !oo. iili a insle box of PUli or a boule of
Compound Sirvji. Truly there are nut two clefs
esia society, mid ihey ate Humbaggtd ami the
Hambuseert. It is passingly sirsnge the people
have mil limit ire beirome liierl anil ili'xi.sierl with
this bate iinniaiiioii. and like Rnine 900 years be-
fnie the rhii-iian eia, in. ihe dsts of Arrh gmhns
bani-hed these imposilions horn the Rnniury anil
prohibit Ihe pisrtice among theiu. i heie is uo
iirrtou of u.miioii sense but knows il he would
But reflect thsi ifniedies caniiot be so eombineil a
lo he competent lo cure ten Ihmiiand forms of nil
eases by one cnmbinaiinii ; il ii basely false, and all
w ho pretend to cure so large a number of disease r
you often tee adverliaed aie e'nlier istiorainiiiesand
know nnihineof the huinsn ivitein, ihe limine of
if or the rtfeitt of remedies upon the system or
diey are base iniposters, and in enher case aie tin
wormy of yrnir to ifidem e. " We are wonderfully
and leailuMy msde." inerefnre lei uo person who
is ignorant nf the beautiful, delicate and conipHra
led siriiFinre iiresimie to tamper and ihus destroy
ihe usefiilneii of thai beautiful and wonderful sys
tun thai (Jod has placed here for usefulness and to
gtonfy Him foi he who does not iluinher nor sleep
will awuieilly linld all accoinimh e at llistlnrit
ihey daie temper with ihe fcork nf His hands, foi
me pnrpoie ufgratilying their snnlid avHtice.
Dr: tVal'nn believing, that his knowledge of di
eara and long rxnerienre in lite Trealmem of ihe
Valium forms nf Disease, has furuihed him tvith t
knnuledge nf rti'inediei I hat would be almost in.
valuable to the sick ami afflirieil, has determine''
to piepaie Ihete remedies and send them lo people,
and all he ak is a nial of them, and if like ihe
tvoriltle'i noilriiiiis of Ihe day, ihe money w ill he
The Dr Ins pnblMied a hula pLmphlet railed
he Kninilv (iititle to Health, in which he hasiiven
briefly ihe symptoms and Tieslmem nf some forty
Diseases. I hee pamphlets ran be obtained Iree
of chatge by calling on any of the agents.
Catalogue of Msdlclnes.
Conic Fever and Ague Liniment for Horsrl
Pills, warnnred In cure; Ihey have ever used ;
"Fever and Ague Byrnp, Pills and Ointiiient foi
wair.iiited tn cute; Pile j
"Fevei and Ague Syrup Salt Rheum and Tiller
for Children Ointment for diseairs uf
Ami-Dillimit fil's, lie the Skin
patic Pilll fur Disrates Olengiituus Mixture for
of the Invert I Dloody Klnx, Dyiei.ie-
Ami Spliiiitnns Pills for ty.l'olic
A ii ue cake, Sic. I .Olenginotts 9lixrure for
Anti-Dyspeptic M'Xluie. Bowel Couiplainl of
for Dyspepsia, 4:c lhtl lieii;
Female Pilltand Female Ami Fever Pills and Att-
Mixlnres, Il Fever Dropi;
Couth M i x I u r e s for Tonic Aiomaiic Bitter",
Cough', lOhlsand t on j for neakuets, Lois of
lutniition: Appeltte Sir., i
Rheiiniaiic Pills for Mliru Veniidina for Wormi;
inalitmi Fye Water;
rtheuinsiir Llniiiient lor Croup Svntp;
R h a u tit a 1 1 c iraini, Inhini t, nulla! for Choi
bruises, burns, tild sores, ir. 4c;
Ipalus lit Ihe bark and Medical Strengthening
limbs, Jcc. Itnge ilri- flatter
vers say It is the best See Medical Pamphlet,
A letter of ftecoininendaiiiiii fioin Profeiior WrLI,
1AM Tui l.r,if Vale Culleie, Coon., and Prnf
JsmksII. AitUHV, lata Prof, of Anatomy intl
Physiology, in the Albany Medical College,
The suliicilberi have known R. V, Watson, 1VI
D., for several years, anJ ihey are hnppy In be
able In stale, that ever since their acqualinaiice w ith
him, he has uniformly ritttalned good characlri,
not only si a meiuDer ol ihe commuuliy, but alio
se Physician. T he tuhsenhers have aho bsrn
arqtiaiiiteil with his means of professional educa
lion, Ihe in sinter in which he has Improved them
riiul Willi his ability in practice, ami ihey entertain
a favorable opinion of him, In all these respects,
Signed 1 1,1,1 AM TUI.I.V,
Oct. a, '37. JAMKS IJ. AR.MSBV,
From Ihe Rev. S. K. Kdlam.
Dr. F. Y. VVaraoN Sir; Having had frrqiien
occasion Inr thr me of nietliciilns in my In mil y tin.
ring Ilia lit lew ininilhs anil frnm die luripasint
popitlsriiynryoiir family Meiltcinrs." I wm In
ilueed lo ny ilirin, in pirlersuia lo employing a
pliysirian in my family, ami am notv pri-i.aii'il to
ay, that I lirliava your meiliriiirs as a eaj, tuba
Miurrinr lo any otltrr pri-paraiiuni now lii furn ilie
public. Your Gout ami Khciimailr Uiiimeiii, Vnr
mifiigf, Tniisr Oiiiiinf nt, Utavel Mixlurr, Ami
Dyspspllr Mixline, Auli Uilliniii,IAgur, ami llepa
lic Pill., I cnuieiva lo ba prrpnrations which nfctl
no fnitlisr rrcninmeniliiiinn iiikii a fair trial, lo tu
lira their unpaialleled nrrss
HEV. S. K. ICELLAM.
Vamlalia, March Sti, 1818.
From the Rev. Oco. J. Barrett, ojtiie III. Conn.
Us. Watson Sir; link grunt plrsstire in re
rommriitliun you, valuable (amily msrltcines to tha
public, ai loir ami certain rfmi"liei for Ilia curs ol
tlm iliicssi lor which Ihry art pteieriherl. havs
used a number ol your mail.cinea in my family ilu
ring I hi- paktyear, and. In avery Instaura, with lli
nind enure sucrrss. f mm tha repented astuiienrei
which I huve had fioin a iluinher of my rqtisin
anrrs, wlin liav used your meriirinrs, ( hate nn
heiliancy In saying ilisl, in my Judgement, ihey
are decitlsiily superior to any prepatation within my
knowledge. Yours, ruperifnlly,
GEO. J. BARRET I'.
Vsnd.lU, 111 , Ap.il 8, 18-1(5.
Kium tits Rev, D. D. McKee, late pastor of tha
Pr. V.. Y. Wstson- Dear Sir 1 1 feel that (owe
il, mil only lo niysrlf, but slio lo Ihs public, totay,
that I Itavsih ulmosl ninnileura In your prepara
tions, aiitl have no doubt thai, In all ordinary rases,
t your medicines are taken aecorilmgly to your d.
rentioui, they will perforin all that you have protn-
ei. Knur medicines, ihe elll. acwol which have
heen teiteri In my fajnilv. and whlrh lean ctinH
Irmly rrcninmeiiri in other, aie: The Keiersml
Au Pills, lever and Aina Toaie Svrun. Ami
Htlliom Pills, Oleaii'mnnus Mixlurc l-'onsh Mix
taie, Gnuiaiitl Rheuinaiic Liiiimeut, and Ann Dys
pepnr. Mi.ture. j. D McKEE.
Vanrlshda, 111., March 11. 1848..
I cheerfully concur In the abnv remark., made
by the Rev. D. O. MrKre, wiih regard lo Dr. K.
Y. Walton's medicinei, having met! the Com mid
Rheuinaiic Liniment, and Salt Rheum and Tetter
Omimeiil, with complete success. I confidently
rerouiniend them lo the public,
ASA HAIL LEE.
Judge of the Probata Court of Vandallu, 111.
I have been troubled with ihe Dvsenlery. which
continued off and on ahnui nue year, and hiving
cnnsiiiien soma ol tha best physicians In Philldel
phia, Nsw Oi lean j, and in llii city, without gelling
any relief, I concluded to trJ Df. Watson's medi
ciuesfnr Dysentery, iic, and In a vary short tlm
ii curen nis i aim t now recommend Ii as the bail
remedy 1 know of lor the Rowel Complaint.
JOHN D. McMURRAY.
Cornet of Third 4c Pins st .81. Louis.
Aad four hours slnrs, had th Fever and Ague
vscj bad for nearly six months, and Dr. Wauon
cured me at onee, and 1 have navrr had II since. I
navasinci man, sent, I should think, forty persons,
who hive all expiesisd their most euiire satisfaction
as they 100, ware cured In a vary few Hays. I do
not hesitsi 10 recommend Dr W.1.0,,'. !.'..,. h
Agua Pilli lo Ihe public, as on nf the best remedies
or raver inn Agua- u. GOODKELLOW.
P. Louis, Missouri,
For Salt by J.O. HENLEY, Lancaster Ohio.
Lancaster July 30, 37. 6m 11,
SEW Utt WAV K IV TO. i Bargains mm are narsaim
Wholsalc and Ketal.
IN T51E TALLMADGE BLOCK.
opposite Reber &, Kutz's Store
where inn be found a general assortment of
SUDAN & ENGLISH HARDWARE,
which ho is determined to sell at tmnll profile.
HIS ASSORTMENT COKSISTS l! PART AS FOLLOWS!
For Farmer! Use.
IRON and STEEL SHOVELS and SPADES
Long and Short Mnndle Manure and Hay Forks
Wueding ond Hilling Hoes
Cradling mid Grass Scythes and Cradles
Hay Hikes, Scythe Siiaiths.Whotstiuiea iRiflles
1 race, liultor, i ng una ruin ctiains
Chopping xns, Spring Balances, Steolyards.Stc
Braces mid Bits, Augers and Girnhleta
Carpenter's l'liiues, Bevels mid Squares
Urond Axes, llutcliets and riaminets
rime-Irons. Guagcs and Coinpaaset
Firmer, Mortice and Turning Chisels &. Gouges
Sbicka mid Dies, Plyers ond Piucera
Saw Setts, Musnii a Titiwels and utiles
Mill Bastard. Taper, Flat and Half Round Files
Anvils, Vices and Bellows
Mill and X Cut, Rip, Hand, Pannel and Back
Saws, itu. cVo.
Expected ill a few days Rochester Cooper's
House & Cabinet Trimming
Locks. Lutchcs in id Hinges
Brass nuil Iron Blind Fustnings
Hush Springs, Fmnieand Screw Pullies
Mrnss cupboard Lulcnes, Diiitonsana Dims
o ii i. T....I. . .....i r;i.i,;nVn.
Sorews.Bruds, Tucks and Fitiishins Nails
Looking Gluss Plutes, Mahogany Nuhs, Slc
SfMiilhrry and Cai'i'iaKC Ti inimings
Buckles, Bills and Stirrup
Harness Mounting aud Saddler's Tools
Shark Skin, Plush. Saddler's Thread and Silk
Cotton, Worsted und Straining Webb
Plated Dashes, Handles and Bunds
Stump Joints and Malleable Iron
Steel Spring, Iron Axles und Boxes
Broad und Narrow Lace
Patent LuutliKi'.Gitui and Oil Cloth, Diimusk,&c
Table Knives and Forks, nut Steels
Plated, Britannia und Iron Spoons.&Cofiee Mills
Britannia C'ollee. Tea Pots aud Castors
Britannia Cups, Candlesticks and LamiM
Similars and Trays. Scissors anil Buears
Pen and Pocket knives. Needles und Bodkins
Brass Curtain Pius and Bands
Brass Kettles, Frying Puns, Sauce Puns, &o
Iron, Viils, .Steel and Glass.
A larse assortment of all kinds and sizes. And
almost every article in the Hardware Hue, from
n Pin to an Anvil.
J. C. WEAVER.
Lancaster, May 14, 1847. 1
lllT Iff. HMlff. VM V VXW II
Jill" I UU I IJiUlUU l l V i l UUAUIU
Wholesale and Retail.
REBER & ICUTZ.
A nE.iustreeoiviugllio LARGEST uud HAND-
VSOME8T STOCK of SPRING mid SUM-
Mk.lt nnniitt tlmt Imva vr lme l,mi,l,t ,
Lancaster or Unit ever will be by any other firm
than theirs, mid which will bo sold at Ihe lowest
cush rates.so low thut uo person can look at them
We are connected with nn miintifactory, no
eastern establishment, und thus confined to muk-
ing our piircliitses at one housu; but have the ad-
vantage of selecting our Goods from the stocks of
all eastern Mercliniils and Manufacturers.
We hope all, who wish to purchase cheap and
heuutilul Goods, will first ruad tho big advertise-
ineuts, and after luudiing nt them, go and exam
ine the little slock of Goods, thut thoy cull big:
then call mid see whut wo huve und what we can
do for them.
Our assortment consists in part of the following
73 VIKVI'A or
Of all colors from $1 to I per yard.
50 pieces plain and stripped Cassiinert from 7b
cents to $1,23
200 do plain, striped and barred SattinetU, (ve
ry cheap) from 37 to 75 cents per yard
100 do Kotitucky Jeans from 25 to 31 conta for
100 do Red, White and Yellow Flannels
150 do Bluck, Colored, Striped and Figured
25 bales Brown Muslins
10 cases Blenched do from 6 to 12) cents
10 hales Ticking nud very cheap
3500 piece ol' C ALICOES,
Cheaper than ever known bejore.
50 do Cashmerea. Moiislinede Lninesaud other
funcy Goods lor LADIES' Dresses und Cloaks
SO tin Ginghams, new style, and very dnirable
A lurge and beantilul variety of SUMMER
SHAWLS, of all sizes and at very low prices
40 pieces Apron Checks, Linen and Cotton Ta
blo Cloths, Cotton and Silk Huiulkeivliiels
Dress Silks; Black, colored and fig'd Hosiery
moves anu mini oi all xitiits
, V. T . ...I !!..!. .1
i i- j- s "u ci; iiiuig in me
Dry Goods line to make our assortment full and
complete, among which will be found a fine vari
ety of ROUGH and BEADY Goods
We have ulsn constantly ou hand, a lurge stock
of BOOTS and SHOES
Fur, Silk, Leghorn, Palm Leaf and Straw Hats
SPANISH 80LE LEATHER, Cotton Yarn
Carpot Chuiu aud Coverlid Warn
A full assortment of
Gitot'ititii' ui aii Kirms,
Ceilur Cliurni and Tubi, Wooden Buckets,
Salt. &o. otu, ttc.
If tome every body ond look throngl. our
MAMMOTM PILES of Goods. Weureulwnyi
ou hand and ready to prove to you, what is an un
deniable fact, that we have mure Goods, bettor
assortments aud sell at lower rates than any other
establishment in Lancaster. Of these facts you
can convince yourselves by culling at our OLD
STAN D and examining our stock.
WE WISH TO PURCHASE
50,000 bll!liels Ol II EAT,
Any amount ol CORN, RYE, OATS, Flax-ieed,
Feathers, and every thine vise that the Farmer
have for sale that is worth having. We will give
the highest prices iu CASH and GOODS for th
above articles, and give MORE GOODS for tha
same amount of trade, thau any other house. Call
auu givs us a trim
t,aneaster, Jtiue 4. 1847 4
fflHE Receiver of the LANCASTER OHIO
JL BANK, having contracted with JACOB
GREENE, to redeem tbe Note and Billi or laid
Bauk remniniDK in circulation the same will be
redeemed by said Gkiini, at the Drug Store of
ueorge riauninnti, Main street, Lancaster, uino
ai tha same shall be presented at that place.
H. H. HUNTER,
JOSEPH ST U KEY.
, Receivers of Lancnstor Ohio Bank.
Lancaster, Ohio, Feb. 3, 1847, -. 1)7
AT J. 0. WEAVER'S
CHE AP H ARDW ARE STORE
MAY BE HAD AT
WISIJ (k I11LLA RD'S
OPPOSITE F. A. 8HFFF.R'a HOTEL. -
MORE GOODS FOR A DOLLAR
TTTE are now receiving our NEW SPRING
and respectfully invite every
body to cali aud look at our Stock. ,
For liUtlies Dresses.
We hnveallthe new styles of Goods in market.
I'luid und Plain Silks. Lawns, Bar'd Muslius
French, English and American Ginghums,
Ginghams Lawns, Oregon Plaids
Bareges (all vool) Bulztirines
Bluck and White Ginghams, Bluett Lawns
Black Bareges, Plain ond Satiu Stripe all Silk
und Wool, beautiful Jar Black Drettei )
Shaded Tailtou Swiss Muslius, very derirablc
for Evening Drettet
760 pieces or 24.320 yards of new CALICOES,
from a Jip up to a nine-pence.
A general variety of Fancy Goods, such as, Rib
bona. Laces, French worked Collars, Kid Gloves,
Artificial flowers, Bonnet Caps, raus, Mitts, &c
Brown Shirtings and Sheetings. Tickings;
Checks. Cotton Yum, Cotton Batting:
Coverlet Wurp, Curpet Chuiu, &c. &c.
At any price that may bo wanted from a jnor.
ler up, bun Shanes ana rurusoleltg.
A large stock and good variety of Cloths,
Ciissiineres. Gold Mixed Tweeds
Jenus all colors; Suttiuots, &c. &o.
Also every description of Summer Stull's for
Coats, Vests and Ptiutii.
A pair of Punts, 3 yards, Threud aud Buttons
for twenty-Jive ccuU
Expected to-morrow 20 Cases LcL-horu and
Pultn Leaf Huts, to be sold very chcup.
Leghorn Straw. Fancy Lace, Dunstable. Ct im
Pearl Straw and Luwu.
Very handsoino Children's Gimp und Struw
Bonnets und Huts.
Hoots a ml Shoes.
Large Lot expected to-morrow.
, Wheat, Rye, Oats, Corn, Beans, But
ter, Rags, Bacon, Eggs, and all hinds oj
WISE & HILLARD.
Lancaster, Apiil 1G, 1847. 49
P. 0-. & F. O. DRINKLE.
RESPECTFULLY inform the eilizoiis of Lan
caster aud its vicinity, that tlioy have open
oil a Tailor shnn. in Ciiiiuell'a Riw. under the
Ele offiue. directly opposite the Post Olllce,
wi .. can at a 1 times be found, readv to
(unite any work that may be entrusted to them
in the neatest nud must fusliiouublo mini hit and
law for Cush or nil kinds of Country Produce.
They respectfully solicit a share of the public
J Lancaster. Anril lfith. 1(1-17. Iv4!)
Tin, Copper mid Sheet-Iron
JOHN WOIIK & CO.
TTTOULD respectfully inform the citizens of
J Fatrhuld and the surriniunig counties, that
they still continue to inanulacltire, and keep on
hand constuuly ut their old stand, on Main Street,
nppoaite the Tallmadge House,
fih ym u" '51l"'s "' t-01 I'K um'
It,! 3 SHEET IRON WARE.
jAliKLrl J1"0 hilV0 "'wy on hand
tvir--ZSx n mi V tt'ti n
I WciJlji.J w ' I A
KSjSJS?: ' A-i iJ
r "J"V5 of the most approved pntlern.
Y i -V Thov will soli till articles in
their line nt very low prices for cush. Those di
sirnns of purchasing, at e invited to call aud exam
ine before they purchase, elsewhere,
N. B. Old Copper and Old Pewter taken in'cx
change for Tin Ware at all times.
JOHN WORK . CO.
Lancaster, April 9. 1847. 0ni48
OBEB Si IVI OONIIEY'S
FEVER & AGUE,
fW VIE piupiietor. ol this valuable remedy, Intro
JL dure to their friends and Ihe public, theii
"SPEI 1HU' In a new style, unci mey may say,
every way improved. The ihiirmnih trial given it
the pail season, is convincing proof to them uf its
treat efficacy in ruling INTEUM1TTEN I" or
AG UK ANU KEVEKs and ihey now (eel war
ranted in esinhUhiug il upon a nrrmaueiii basis
refrtrrinc to its 'vhole character, amieataiice aud
Mgnaiure, as a guard sgaiust nnpniition. They
felt it necessary to ailnpi tome precaution in lis out
set, as no dmibl de.ijtning persons will endeavor to
palm upon the public a spurious preparation. 1 my
do mil heMtata lossy, that a medicine never hat
I "rcii ii,u, iii -.-....-.
,him ,,ime al their SfKCiflC. Hundreds and
thousands ran testily lo in efficacy. Where dis
ease has batlled tha prescription of the skillful I'hy
sician, Ilia patient has been speedily lestored lo
health the most incredulous (having become so
fioin using Ihe many said to be cures ol the present
(lav, iviihottt.iiccess) have been rousiraiued lo ac
knowledge its superior vjriues. They do not with
lo introduce it upon tha puRing principle. I.ei u
stand or fall, as il merits. Ii is no quark noilrum
hut a reotilar and skilful Physician's receipt, hn
has practiced iu the heart Ague and Ff ver district
mi wSn9 upm. vrtemble milter innncfliii In eve
ry sense il cannot injure the most drliate const!
lotion on the conn ary, acting as a resioralivato all
debilitated frames. I h'V do not pretend lo say
but what thete aie other good preparations. Bui
wi do say, we know ours in be good, and a certain
nue. if the directions are obsesved. And we dial
lengeany one In find a panicle of mineral entering
lis composition. Ihey ak a trial Irom a liberal
and discemirg publie. not fearing the result. Many
have been cured in from twenty-four 10 forty-eight
hours. Price I per bottle.
Fonalaby BURY & BECK.
Lancaster, July 16, 1847. 3nl0.
THE undersigned hm thia day associated with
. him in the Dry Goods business, Mr. WIL
LIAM W. COX. the business willin lutii're Tje
conducted under the firm of Kraner & Cox.
July 10, 1846 . : P. II. KRANER.
kraner" & cox.
ARE doily expecting an arrival of a large and
well Selected STOCK OF OOODS.
The old customer of lb concern, and all otheia
lor whom good bargain! and cheap goods are any
inducement, are respectfully invited to favor them
wituACali. t ..- . -
Lancaster, September?., 18.6, . 20
The Farmer's Line!
A EJBW PEEE2
AVholesale and lCctail.
JOHN EmNGER & CO.
Iu the New Building lately erected by R.
Mi Atmworth, nearly opposite ine
T T AVING lately purchased the ENTIRE N EW x
rl STOCK OF GOODS of Mr. R. M. AlNS-.
wuti i n, ingKiuci """""'-"(-"o i'""'""'
the citizens of Fairfield aud adjoining counties ,
are solicited to call and examine our assortment, ,
which is uow complete The Stock was selected
with great cure and was purchased by us at prices j.
below the Eastotu cost ao that we will be etm-
bleu to sell beautilut anu exceiieur, uoous m ve y
reduced prices. We are determined to please the
public and we have the means to do it. The
quality of our Stock cannot he surpassed, aud for
rlMnnru. we challenge comvetition.
r "... .... ?. .... :.. . ..r r..ll...
uur Bssonmeui consists, in pan, m
For the Ladies. .
We have the largest variety of Summor Dress
Goods ever opened iu Lancaster, and which can
not be excelled in quality, cheapness or beauty of
DUtterns. amoni! winch are
j . pieces of CALICOES, at prices varying
from 61 to 18 cent
Alpuccas, plain anu striped
Cashmeres and Muslin da Laitis
Bereges and Balzarines
A hu ge assortment of Lawns, entirety new stylei
Scotch and Eurlstou Ginghams and Gingham
A fine assortment of Plum and FANCY SILK
FRENCH WORK COLLARS and COTTON
A huge assortment of BONNF.T EIBBONS
LEGHORN and STRAW BONNETS
Cotton und Silk PARASOLS ond Sunshades
A liueassoitmemt of Summer ARTIFICIALS,
together with a general assortment ol'Di'esaTiim
miugs, &c. &c.
For the Gentlemen.
.10 pieces BROAD CLOTH, ull colors & prices
Uougli ami uenuy anu monterey uBssuneres
Superior French and English Black do
i pieces plain, striped und barred SATTI
NETS, hoin 25 to 87J cents per yurd
6 pieces KENTUCKY JEANS
Gold and Oxford Mixed TWEEDS
Merino Cussimeres, plain and limey Gambroons
Brown Linens and Cotton DKLLLlMiS
Marseilles. Merino and Silk Vesting, &c,
In addition to the abovo.we huve u large stock of:
Such as Brown und Bleached Muslius, Tickings
Brown and Bloached Sheeting from U to 2
yards wide; Cotton and Linen Bugging, Ate
Wo have Bloached and Brown Linen Tablo
Cloths, Damask nud Russia Diapers, Damask aud
Book Muslin Curtains, Couulerputus, 1 able CO'
vors, & o. i&c. & c.
All kinds of Groceries.
lurge Hssortment of QUEENSWARE and
GLASSWARE, Leghorn. Palm Leaf, Silk, Fur
and Brush II A I S. BOOTS und SHULS; Laities
Kid and Morocco SLIPPERS. Arc. &c.
We are opposed to puffing ond blowing we
ill not soli our Goods a firm than coet, us we
exnect to make n living profit from them; but we
reiipectlully invite the public to call and examine
nnr stock and orices before nurchasiiiEelsewhere,
as we intend to rely upon the quality and prices
ul them tn nriuiin a lair share ot patronage.
We will take in exchange for our Goods,
kinds of Conn try Prod nee,
for which we will pay the highest market price.
bring along your Cash and your I induce mid cu
al the "THREE WALNUT DOORS," wher
you will find the 4e Goods and loweil prices.
Lancaster, June 7, 1347.
CHBAP & GRBAT BARGAINS
(;i:oii(Ji: l. ncKi.iir,
f AS ciinstnntly on hand aud for sale at his old
M nlatiil, on Uroad-VVuy, three Uoota'noutli
tho Market Housn.a general assortiuetitof
Muiitil'actiired by experienced wor
mcu and of the most modurn styles:
Sofas, Suciublcs, Divans, Ottomans
Cottti e, Pier, Curd, Dressiug, End, Dining and
l ea TABLt-3,
Dressing, French and Plain BUREAUS,
Wardrobes, WasluUuids, Lockers, Workstnnds,
FRENCH, AND HIGH AM) LOW POST
And ull other articles iu bis line that may be
called for. His work will be made of the best
materials and liuished in a noat aud durable man
ner, llaviii" a lurge and select stock on hand he
will dispose of the same at reduced prices, and
low as any man sells articles ol equal quality at
A MEW H-CAKSE,
with a fine Horse and Harness, calculated for the
purpose, nre always in readiness to attend funor.
als. All Coffins tiinile to onlor The subscriher
will promptly attend futieruls any where in tli
County with his Hearse free of extra charge; and
ull his charges will be at reduced prices.
The subscriber returns his grateful tbnnks to
bis old customers and respectfully solicits a cou
tiuuauce of their patronage.
GEORGE L. ECKERT.
Lancaster, February 5, 1647. 39
BOOT Al MlOEMAHi.
REED & DAUGIIMAN
WOULD W respectfully inform their old
fnendi and the public generally , that they
1111 uuutiuuv uiw uioiiuittvuiw mi
BOOTS & SHOES
in Shawk'a Row, and opposite Bury & Beck's
Drug store, where they will be pleased to wait
on nil who tuny favor them witli a cull. They
flatter themselves that upon exatninntinti, their
work will recommeud itself, as th y keep none
hut the best and most experienced workmen.
Their work is wurrnnted to be made iu the best
and most fashionable style, of which, the follow
ing articles comprise a part:
LADIES' Kid SLIPPERS,
do, French Morocco Buskins,
Goat Moroeeo STRAP SHOES.
A boy from 14 to 15 years of age, will be taken
lo learn the above busineas.of good moral character
and of industrious habits. None other need apply.
REED & BAUGHMAN.
Lancaster, May 28, 1847. 3
M8M A L LE Y has just received a lot of F IN E
, FUR, CLOTH and OIL SILK CAPS,
which will be sold at very low prices. Call at the
old stand, 00 Greene's Coi ner, weej of the Court
House. . -
Lanoaiter, October 9, 1846 .' 22
BLANK DEEDS, neatly printed on th
heat of paper, for sale at this office .
For CaBhand Produce Only.
Wholesale and Retail.
ANOTHEE TREMENDOUS ARRIVAL OF
CANAL Bouts kid aside aud Railroads used for
bringing Goods to the . - '
iu the shortest time that any stock waa ever deli
vered in the State. The Greut Western patron
izea the lightniug lines, buying Gooda oftntr,
llinin nnxritr atld 80111110 falter tllSH all
Nol0,iy tl,e Eastern Cities of the United States
have sent ineir snare, otu me wuuio nuim !
c,lltl ibuted its portion to make our stock in every
wmt the citizens of Ohio wish HAND-
gg.ME, FASHIONABLE and CHEAP,
Q M ACCRACKEN having connected
""".l" WQRK QALBRAITH, under the
Arlf..M , OaLBRAITH. and
till nwniu? nart of one of the moBt extensive
wholesule Stores in New York and the largest
manufacturing establishments iu theUtiited States,
thoy are receiving a lnrgerlot of Goods thau ever
wua hrounlit. even to the Great Western.
Ou the 10 th of May the Store Room aud Street
vmn blockaded with our boxes.
Our manufacturing establishment, as usual, has
auDulied us with every variety of Americau man
ufactured DRY GOODS, furuishiug us wiih Cloths,
which we are euabled to sell nt least SO cents on
the yard less than any other Merchant cau buy
Our Stock of CASSIMERES. SATTINETS,
TWEEDS and CALICOES cauuot be be equalled,
ther iu prices or style.
The Steamships, onran ounus auu uaieuouia,
hiidi brouL'lit the last favorable account of con
tinued good prices for Grain and Flour, brought
for us, direct troin Kurope, on unusiiaiiy large
stock of hundsome fashionable DRESS GOODS
for the LADIES and for the GENTLEMEN
every variety of latest stylo.
We huve another very large siock oi bkajvvin
MUSLINS and beiue of our own make, notwith
standing the advance in the price of those Goods
iu the East, persons, wlto buy nt the threat wes
tern, say that muslins are cheap as ever, while
those that goto oilier stores win cuuieuu uiev
never were so high priced.
Our BLEACHED MUSLINS, being also from
our own manufactory, we cun wurrant their qual
und onr prices uuv one can see are tne low.
eat. Indeed, all who wish to uuv eoous niaue
in the United Suites will soon ascertain, thut if
they wish to buy them cheap, they must go to
the (ireut Western.
We huve ticking, at 121 cents per yard, thut
is better than ever sold 111 UI110 at 18.
Our STOCK OF CALICOES never wai lars-
er and all entirely new styles, as all know that,
until we received this last itock, we bad scarce
ly a dress pattern in the house.
We have Hourly 5000 pieces, over S00 differ
ent patterus, among them a beuutilul rich (jiug-
ham print, only 18 ceuta per yard a style of
rjonds always herelolore sold ut ot to 41 i ceuta.
The very handsomest Americau print ul Muu
olnctiirer'a orices. onlv 12 A ceuta per vnrd.
The handsomest blue and orange pnnti ever
The variety of our dress goods is unusuully
large a very lurse stock ol both English aud
Black, & white Scotch Ginghams, cheaper thau
ever known iu the West. Gingham Luwus and
Muslin Ginghums, Madder colored Luwus, Rose
bud etc., the very lutest style. Monterey and
Buenu Viatu dress goods, very rich and beautiful
entirely new, but 26 days from Englund. Best
bombazines, veuitmu urguiidies, eiripea riuitt
A very large stock of Ribbons, every variety
of style.ull the latest importations, customers cun
and roust wake up we sell them so cheap.
LADIES AND MISSES BONNETS Florence
braid Bonnets ut any price. '
A aplended assortment ot Spring and summer
Ladies French work Collars, unusually cheap
Gloves and mitts, every variety and price.
Lyms Crapes a beautiful and new style goods.
A very large stock of SUMMER SHAWLS all
beautiful Cashmere, D'Ecore, Mouslin de Lain,
and twisted Silk Shawls, of first quality.
LA DIE'S SLIPPERS nud Shoes of every kind,
black nud Bronze GAITERS, HALF GAITERS,
Bootees, &c., nil purchased of Ihe manufacturers,
Hosiery of every color und uuulity some as low as
10 rents a pair. White and liluck cotton.
PARASOLS Giiighuin nud Silk Parusoleti.
For theGeutleinen we have a of little everything,
Germun, French, Americuu and west of England
Funcy Tweeds, Guiuhrnons, Lineus, Nankeens
Cumberland plaids, Pusia Checks, Ringgold single
mill Cassameres aud many other varieties, lor
Geutlometi's mininer punts funcy cussimeres,
black cussimeres. Our assortment of coatings
is uiiiisuallv lurue.
Croton coatings, Ermiiiett do. Mazurka do.
Gold mixed Tweeds, all wool, very low, Amuzun
Silk warp Codington ull beautiful.
Lasting cord, an entirely new article for gen
Tweeds from 25 ceuts per yard up.
Men's best calf boots men's slippers and shoos
of every kind.
Vesting! of any kind from 12 J cents per yard
Palm leaf Hats at lower prices thun ever before
were brought In the West.
Leghorn hats equally cheap.
Carpet Chain, colored and white.
Coverlid Yarn- best cotton yum, long reel only,
liiuigoot best quality
Our stock of GROCERIES is unusually large
and were purchased, ut New Orleans, at the low
est prices- Our coffee is of the best quality Rice
always on hand.
We are determined thut the Great Western
and the Goods sold by the Great Western shall
speak for themselves. All we ask is that nil, who
wish lo buy Goods eheapfor ready pay, will call
at our establishment, see our consluully changing
varieties and ask prices.
We are always the first to raise the price of
Grain aud the last to put it lower.
Any qnnnty of CASH nlwayi on hand for Far
mer's Produce, and Waggons unloaded at our
Ware-bouse without any work ot the runner,
Come ..then, every body to the Great Western.
MACCRACKEN & GALBRAITH.
Lanruiter. May 14th, 1847. 1
Santa Anna's Wooden Leg taken Prisoner!!
WOULD respectfully return bis thanks to his
friends and the public generally for the
.-.. 1!l,,tul nnlpnn.tta tm hna l-MTAIV,! ut thai
haJlU. aud wnllU iulrm tlem t,ut ,e ha, uw ou
v . readv , be deposed of at very low prices for
f n -i a cnmD.OI0
inc to the latest Style
and fashion. Hii stock comprises HATS nf all
QUALITIES. Fur, Brnsh, Neuter, Silk, Plane,
Mutkrat, Cashmere, Coarse cj- Fine, Blue, Brown
and common Jiati.
CLOTH and OIL-CLOTH CAPS of every
Having employed the services ol bAPl.KIF.NC
ED WORKMEN in the manufacture of hi HATS
and CAPS, and desirous to make his tale corres
pond with the times, he feels satisfied that whils
ihey will compure with the work of any other
establishment in the country a to quality they
are also unsurpassed a to cheapness. He parti
cularly invites hie friend and all who may wish
to ohtuiu an excellent article, ur on the most rea
sonable terms, to call und examine hi stock, of
HATS and CAPS.
He feels no disposition to boost about quality or
price through an advertisement, but acting on the
old and well established rule, that the "proof of
an assertion consist, m . trial." b Mk that he
may be tried by the anme rule, and lhat the lover
of good Haw will make the examiuaUou for them
" He offer nothing but a good article am) being
determined to sell low for CASH, he respectful
ly invite the patronage of the public.
. Lancaster, May 14, 1847. i
' Blank Subpoenas ,
For sale al the Gazette and Express Olllce
liuiorlnut from the South
LATE AND LARGE ARRIVAL OP
Telegraph Line. !
IIINIIEAD & DOTY.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
HAVX JDSTRICIITCD PROM TUK SOUTH k LAROS '
STOCK of UKOCUICIlW, &Cfc ,
niong which may be found,
New Orleans SUGAR, Indigo aad Madder -
Loaf do. ' Alum and Conneraa "
Rio and Java COFFEE, Cloves and CiunainoQ,
Plantation Molasses, Nutmegs and Search
Sugar House do. Camwood and Lo2woa,k
Rice aud Raisins, Balaiitui aud Whiting
Cav. and Spun Tobacco, 8pan.4Spun&com3egara
6 Twist do. No. 1, White Lead aud Oil . -
Pepper and Spice, Powder, Shot and Cape
Mackerel and Herring Wrapping Paper .
White Fish andShad Fishing Poles & Tackle
Teal and Chocolate Pipes, Soap, Slc
Coustanlly on haud by the Barrel or pound.
We have made arrangements for a constant and
regular supply of LAKE FISH, which will com
nieuce to arrive as soon as the Canal is opened
North. Citizens ul Fairfield look in at this tstab-
li.hment helore you putx-huso. and you will save
money, that ii a "Jixedjact" and uo humbug.
Lancaster, February 28, 1847. 42
WHO now complains of ill health, or talks of
heavy docinr bill", when comfort, ease, peace
and health, are brimgni with "H IBBARD'S KAM
ILY PILLs, 10 a 1 1110.-1 every tottn 01 hamlet ia
your couuliy" , '
REV B "III BBARD," the proprietor of these
excellent Vegetable Jlnti Bilious PilU having been
111 the practice nl testing the power of medicine on
the sick tor the last tlt.ity years, presents with cou
Ailence this almost Hovreisn remedy for Ihe worst
cases of Chroiik Dispcpsia, Coitivenesi, Dispeptie
r d:1; ..r-j.i.- p 1 . , .1
tism. Sick Headache, Piles, Liver Complaint, Dyf
ciliary, -Verfow Debility, Pahy. Pleurisy Worms,
ami many oiurr nisea.es which the human family
are sfllicted, and aiks that he ma) have ihe priviiegt.
ofolTrodlug relief lo the suffering millions, by lb
useof hisexiraorilinary specific. To prevent fraud
they are sold alone by regularly authorized aeentl
whose names will be published in the county paper
AOK-NTS FOR r AIRFIELD COUNTY
Bury Si Beck, Lancaster? C U Wilson Si Co, Rmh
villei N B I'oulson St Co, West Rushville; S B
SlC Paden, New Saleiii; J Kemer, Millrrsport?
E Geohegau, Baltimore; HSlJ Leonard, Basil
David HolderinHit, Amanda: J M Stage, Lock
burn: Roner'. Cloud, Lithopolis: S3 Russel, Pick
rrlnglou; 1 W and F A Thompson, Canal Win
Chester. ., ,
P S Country Agents can al vayi obtain a nsw
.-upiily of ihe above medicine at Buiy and Beck'
Lancaster . . - ,
December 20, IS46 ' 28ly
COMPOUND 8YRCF OP
LIVERWORT AND TAR.
A KK anil certain CUHK fur CON 'UM P
' TIONi.Uhe LUNGS, .Siiittiii- of BLOOD,
Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Pain iu the Side, liionchi-
vv hooping C1.1u.l1, and ALL PULMONARY
Certificate oJDr. ffm. J. Richards OfVeU known
pracuuoncr oj more man ueciuy years standing.
To all whom il may concern, I make the follow
ing statement.- t ouscmus thai 11 may apiear nn
lirolf-sioniil, ii is only Irnin a perlect coiiviciinu and
tiitiruuKh knowledge of ihe essential benefit and
ciriiiinirorigiu nf ihe prepatation spoken of ihat I
ie 1 1 coustrainetl from a sense ol duly to comply
Htith the irqursl of Ihe proprietor.
lama most Inveteiate onposer of quicks and
quack medicines in any form, and most fully coin,
cicle with ihe clause in ihe Code of Ethics lately
arioped by th Medical Convention of Ohio lelating
particularly 10 thai subject; Ii may therefore be in
ferred that it is only fiom personal experiment with
the preparation, and a positive assurance of its
beneficial results, that induces me to recommend it'
s being all tnat ii represents itself 10 he. .
I he patient, Mr. t-harlei Wade, Sixth street,
Market Space, whom I allowed to try tha effect of
the medicine, (but which 1 would have done under
no consideration whatever had I not seen a copy of
the receipt from which the medicine is prepared,
ohtamed from the agent, and which I am saiitfied
is authentic,) was quit low with ihe early stages
ol pulmonary consumption, foi which 1 had been
nesting in ihe usual manner, though with less than
my usual success) at his earnest request, and lhat
nl his friends, 1 examined the leceipl, and wa
ftifficieuily satisfied of lis scientific composition 10
allow ihe trial, and 1 am obliged 10 confess its effect
wits ai leasi surprising, inasmuch thai alter ihe con
sumption of the second bottle my proiessioual visits
weir discontinued, though I frequently saw my pa
tiriiiafierwiirdr, teMored in peiferi health. -
The pieparattoii is 1 ailed '-Dr Rogers1 Com
pound Syrup ol Liverwort and Tar;" and from th
examination of the receipt and the success in my
own experiment , I dn conscientiously lecniiunrnd
11 as a useful aud valuxble medicine,- and I should
urge my broiher practitioners 10 procure th receipt,'
as 1 Irel convinced ihey will agree with in (1 10 it
excellence, and will no doubt use it in their poic
(ice, as 1 ihall most crrlaiuly do, believing il 10 ba
a mosi valuable aid in pulmonary cases that baffle
the oidindry mode ol neaimenl.
Wl. J. RICHARDS, M.D.
Cidcinnati, Oct. 1, IH44.
ASTONISHING CURE! !
Of Mrs. Bknj. Smith, living on the north siils ot
Ann street, one square north of the Cincinnati Hof-
I hii is to certify thai my wife was attacked with
a violent cough, which settled on her lungs aud re
duced her so low ihat her physician could do no
tnote lor her. She exhibited precisely ihe same
symptoms as my daughter did before her death (she
having died with the sams disease) and all our
friends were convinced she would live but a
shon time longer. I was at this lime recommended
In try Dr. Rogers' celebrated Syrup of Livei
wnrl and Tar With little or no hopes, 1 procured
a bottle of iha agent in this city, aod upon return
iug I found my wife absolutely strangling with her
cough. I commenced giving large doses a tea
spoonful every hour, for forty eight homs which
raised her as by a miracle. I have sine adminis
tered it hi small doses, which has brought her to
ihe use of the lourih bottle, and she is now doing
her house-wnrk as usual. I have not the slightest
rfouht thai she would bave been iu her grave but for
tins invaluable medicinei and 1 return my sincere
ilmuks to the eminent invenlor of it, and do most
uig.'uily recommend all persens afflicted with any
disease 01 the lungs tu give it a trial
1 certify thai my husband's statement of my case
above, Is strictly correct in every panicuhr, and
must cordially join him tn grateful thanks lor iha
benefit 1 nave derived from this valuable isedirine.
Cincinnati, Feh. l.llh, 1845. - -
A. L St'OVILL Wholesale Agent for tho
West and South Southeast corner of 5ih and Race
Streets, Cincinnati. Ohio.
'The above valuable medicine are also for sale at
BURY & BECK, Druggists.
Lancaster, June 4, 1847." ' Iy33. ,
Cure tour codohi and colds a-.rosx thit
1 iico mi coNriRMtn consumption. I have used
Dr. Taylor's genuine Balsam of Liverwort, Mr .
Editor, in my own family, and bav found it one
of the most useful medicines 1 have ever used. It
states in tha directions that it i also effective in
Liver Complaint and Bronchitis, and other affec
tion of the throat and chest. -, I would strongly
recommend it, and iny be careful to buy the gen
uine, with Dr . Lead's signature tn the steel plate
wrapper. The office is 373 Bowery. It is a dit
covery on which is hosed the Chrono-Tbermnl
treatment of disease) in my opinion the only ra
tional mode, as it is a remedy applied directly to
the part affected. . -
Foraleby Bury & Beck Lancaster: O. II.
! g c j, .J nun
1 , Cl? Wt Relies D. Hold,
I '"i'-.p- N-J" OMa, Circleville; 8.
Mealier, Somerset: C. G. Wilson, East Rushvillet
Merman, A man,
Hiillsville, Rons county, St. M, A.. Puttersen,
Adelphi Row co., Friend &. Amnstrung, South
Perry; Douglass do Lansing, Chillicotb.es F. J?
Rempel, Logan. . t ,; ( r. . f
A Greater quantity than ever to be had at
JA. v GATES & COSPER'S. ,
. June IS, 1847.