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f lANCASTEB.rrtduy. Hovomber 5, 1847.
i r,oMCTtt WIULT II XIHrtlAD OOT.I.,
By,..'.'- w.-.. .374
Barley, ...,. ,...37
Corn Meal, 37J
Buter,.. ........ .-..8
, Bacon,.. .5'38
Lord, j . .bj
Tallow,., ...... 7
Rico ... M7
Xouf do..,,.! 121-alB
Salt, (barrel)... .2 00
Clover Seed..-. 3 25
White Beau...... 62
Shot '.'....-.I 75
Lead........ " 6J
Powder,. 6 3ft
White Full,... la 10
Pickerul 17 00
Cav. Tobacco,. 14-2)33
Kentucky do . ..1irai
Look out for cheap Bargain
SMITH & TONG.
Fashionable Tailors & Clothiers,
HAVE just received from New York, at (heir
stand, In the room formerly occupied by
Ainswortk Ie Willock, Maiu Street, Lancaster,
Ohio, another splendid assortment uf
GLOTDS, G A S S I M E I E S,- VESTIXGS
FIRST DOOB EA8T OF THE
,. By Telegraph-For the Zantsville Courier.
Pittssuroii, November 1 24 P. M.
'-' Six feet water in the chaiiuel end fulliug No
change iu our inarkeU generally.
Nkw York, November 27 P. M.
The Grain market i without change, and stea
dy, Hurley ia active."
PBitABitPBU, November 274 P. M.
Flour 8ales of Gennessee at $6,50. The mar
ket ia nominal, and dealeraare holding oil' fur the
..: Wheat Sale of Prime Red at 137 cent.
Corl'ee Salei o! fair Rio it 7 cent, aud of La
gnayra, 1200 bags, at 7 1 cent. -
- The stock market la without chnnge
, ; Pittsburgh, November 274 P- M.
Flour Moderate tales of W ostei n ,at $4 93
$5. ' . ,
Gruin The supply is small, and the market is
unchanged. , '
Our markets generally are unchanged in any
' Cliveland, October 30.
' Sales of Wheat, to arrive aext week, at $1,10;
of Corn at 48 eenta. Receipts small .
Buffalo, October 29 P. M.
Flour Sales at $5,50 $3,624.
' Wheat Sales Prime Ohio at 130 cents.
' . Corn Sales 4000 bu. uearly Yellow at 56 cents
' '"' , Cinciniuti, October 30 6 P.M.
Flour Sales at $4 J8'3$4,95.
: Whiskey Moderate snles at 1818j cents.
Hogs Suie 400 head Kentucky, av. weight
" 200 lbs. at $4,50.
Lard Sule 100 Kegs new No. 1 ateam render
' ed at 10 ceuta. and ol new Butchers ut 8 cents.
Molasses Small sales good N.O. at32ceuis.
Zanksvillk, November 3.
,' Navigation having been obstructed during most
of the lost week, we have no shipments to note.
Wheat The market price is still 90 cents; and
supplies are much more liberal.
Flour Still holds ut $5$5,50.
' ' ' Corn Wo quote new ut 'JO cents, and old ut 28
Oats Little coming in; we quote at 16 17c.
Whiskey Still rules at 20 cents Courier.
Chillicothe, November 2.
The mice of Wheat mute from 83 to 8t cents.
Flour retails ut $4.25 $4,50: Corn 25 in ear,28 cts,
shelled: Oats 2 Or; Barley 40 15c; Flaxseed 62c;
Beans 50U2c; Lard, 664 cents; Bucou, Hog
round, 6 cents. Gazette.
There will be a meetiu? of the Laucaster Iu-
stitute on Friduy evening the 5th inat., ut the
Towu Hall. A discussion may be expected ou the
Resolved " That the Common Schools of Fair
' Jield County, at at prctent conducted, are a nui
sance and ought to be abated."
H. C. Whitman, Affirmative: R. P, EfBuger,
Negative. . , . . ,
The citizens genorally are respectively invited
' to attend. ' . .
JOHN GARAGHTY, President
, R. P. EFFINGER, Sec'y.
November 5. 1847. '
IN goiug from the Hill to the Institute, on Fri
day eveuing last, a GOLD BRACELET, with
three Toiiaa Stones. The finder will be suitably
rewarded by leaving it at GATE8 & COSPERS.
Luncuster, November 5, 1847 26
READY 11ADL CLOTHING,
Suitable for the FALL and WINTER SEASONS,
which they pledge themselves to sell as low, i'
nut lower than any other articles of the same
qualify can be sold iu this market. The billowing
articles (nmtxise n uni t of their Slock, vizt
Super. Bl'k & Blue Bl'k French & English Cloths
Bmwu " " uo
u Blue " do
" Invisible Green " " do
" Gulden Mixed " " do
Grey ..,.. . do
Fine BEAVER CLOTH for OVER-COATS
' Blue PILOT do "
Plane and Pluid French CASSIMERES
Figured Silk VESTINGS
' Cashmere do .
u Vuliutia do
" Sheeps Grey Cassimere do
Plane Burr'd and Striped Cussinet, all quulitie
..-.. Sutin Vestinga, etc. fcc
Also, a splendid assurtmeutof
READY MADE CLOTHING,
of hII dualities and natterns, lur sale very low,
Consisting of Cluuks, Over-Coats, Black und Blue
Frock and Dress Coats, I'auta, Vests, Mutts,
Bosoms, Stocks, Self-Adjusters, Handkerchiefs.
ftlnvH. Collars. Drawers, Uudei-Shirts, and
'I1 iMsrtsiiiiirrci nt'nll kinds and descriptions.
Tl,u uUn I'rhI themselves competent aud lire-
pared to CUT and MAKE to ORDER upou the
SHORTEST NOTICE and in the mostlasluonalilc
rt nTHV.Sof all KINDS. .
Gentlemeu would do well to call anu examine
,1,.:.. .in..b lw.l,,r ninvhiisiun elsewtiere. us 11 will
amply couipeusule them for their trouble.
Lancaster, November 5, 1047. 26
PREPARE FOR WINTER,
ri LACK, Brown and Blue Bluuket Over-CoaU,
l made iu the most fashionable maimer ami
from the best of materials. Also, Clouks of all
uuulities cheap, at the Clothing Store ol
DIVlll 11 IK 1 UiU.
Lancaster, November 5, 1847. 26
Frock Coats and Dress Coats
MADE from the very best of materials, iu the
best manner, of qualities and prices to suit
the taste aud circumstances 01 all, comprising
Black mid Blue Black Coats, of all qualities and
prices, train ' 10
llrovvn oilirey r rocK otoacs 1.0111s i 10 iu
Tweed and Sattiuet $3 to $8
For sale at the new Clothing Store of
SMITH & TONG.
Lancaster, November 5, 1847. 26
anls! rant!! fan ts!!!
READY MADE PANTALOONS of every des
cription, just recoived and ut prices which
cuuuot fail to please, are kept constantly on hand
ut the new uud cheap Clothing Store of
SMITH & TONG.
Lnucaster, November 5, 1847. 26
Vests! Vests!! Vests!!! Vcsls!!!
T T ESTS of everv descriptiou aud at prices from
V $1,25 to $7, ut the new aud cheap clothing
store of SMITH & TONG.
Lancaster, November 5, 1847. 20
v. Notice. : .
rrHE Co-Furtnership heretofore carried on by
, J the undersigned, under the name uud Hi m
of KRANEK & COX, was dissolved by mutual
consent, ou the 29th day of October, 1847. The
books, notes and accounts of said firm, ure placed
in the hands of WM. P. CREED, who, alone, is
authorised to settle the same. Persons knowing
themselves indebted will make paymeut to Mr.
Creed. P: H KRANER.
WM. W. COX. ;
Lancaster, Ohio, November 5, 1847. . .26
Latest from Carroll!!
GATES &J COSPER are prepared to EfUighten
the town of Lancaster and surrounding coun
try, by the arrival (via Carroll,) of a line assort
ment of Solar Stand Lumps swinging uud side
do., Plated candlesticks, &c. &c. -
N. B. Extra Globes, Shades uud Chimneys al
ways on hand.
Lancaster, November 4, 1847. 26.
Instate of John Lear.
' TTOTICE is hereby given, that the subscriber
11 has boon appointed and duly qualified as
Executor of the Estate of John Lear, deed, lute
of Fairfield county Ohio.
UARVICK LEAR, Executor.
November 5, 1837. 4w26.
rflHE undersigned is now prepared to execute
uals holding contracts for divisions or family burial
lots in the New Grave Yurd,southeast of Lnucaster.
All iuterested are requested to produce their
evidences 01 payment.
GEORGE SANDERSON, P. T. C.
Lancaster, November 5, 1847. 3w26
Ts amend Ordinance for the protection
f the town of Laneaa'er from Ure nd
the supplementary Ordinances thereto.
SEC. 1. Be it ordained by Ike Town Council
0 the town of Lancatler, That there shall
he raised by voluntary enrolment, under the di
rection of the Council a third fire company in
said town of Lancastur to be known and called
the "Lancaster Hook, Ladder aud Axe Compa
ny," to consist of one Captain, one first Lieuteu
nut and one second Lieutcntunt, and not less than
forty nor more than seventy-five able bodied
men, between the ages of eighteen and fifty
Sec. 2. That said company, when enrolled
shall meet at the Towu Hall, iu suid town uf Lan
caster on tho first Monday of May, annually, and
. elect, from amongst themselves, the officers
, named in the first section of this ordinance uud
; said election shall be conducted, and the officers
commissioned agreeable to the Ordinances ufore
, said. And the same duties and forfeitures shall
',' be required of said officers, and the members
composing suid company, that ure imposed upon
and required of the officers and members of the
Fire and Hose Compauias of the town aforesaid,
by ihe ordinances aforesaid, except as to work
; ing and managing the Fire and Hose engines as
provided for in said Ordinances
Sic. 3. It is made the duty of the officers and
' the members or the Hook ana Ladder Compuny
as aforsaid ou any alarm of fire immediately to
repair to the Hook and Ladder house, uud cause
.1 . 1- 1 1 , 1 ,
ine lurruige aniresaiu anu noons, uauuers aim
' axes to be forthwith removed to the place of Fire,
and when there obey aud execute all orders given
by and received from the fire Wardens aud be
under their immediate command during the con
tinuance of.the fire. And after the fire is extin
guished ,tbey shall cause the Carriage, Hooks,
Ladders and Axes, and other appliances to be
safely taken back to their proper place of deposit.
' Sic. 4. That the President ot the Council is
hereby authorized to accept any company which
: may be enrolled, as a Hook Ladder and Air
Company agreeable to the provisions of this Or-
" dinsnce, and forthwith order an election for said
officers, after giving ten days notice thereof, aud
1 the officers so elected shall hold their offices un
til the first Monday of May 1848.
Sxc. i. That so far as the Ordinances for the
protection of the town of Lancaster from fire,
Onhiined Match 8P. 1833. and nil annnlemeutiirv
Ordinances thereto, as conflicts with the provis
ions of this Ordinance, be and the sum is hereby
This Ordinunce to take effect and lie in force
from aud after the legal publication thereof-
GEOs SANDERSON, Pre$'t. T. C.
Attest Jona B. Rued, Recorder.
November 5, 1847.' 3-26
rilABLE, Desert and Tea Spoons, Salt, Mus
v. JL tard aud Croam do. Batter Knives tie. also
the Real German Bilver Table Sc. Tea Spoons,
., For sale by " GATES & COSPER.
June 18, 1847.
OLD BRICK HOUSE.
WOULD inform my old friends and the pub
lie, that I have purchased the Stock in Trade
of KRANER &OOX, iinhe Old Brick Houie,
which I occupied eighteen years ago. opposite the
Hotel of D. Tallmadge, to which I have added
A Large Stock of IMcwCJoods,
Which I will sell for CASH or the produce of the
couutrv.as low as any bouse ou thestreut.und invite
purchasers to call una examine lor tueniseives,
It is useles to enumerate, my assortment being
l-CASH paid for WHEAT. T. COX.
Luncuster, November 5, 1847. 26
Our Store in Baltimore,
WILLbecontinuced us usuul. ALL KINDS
if GRAIN bought ut the Warehouse.
COX Si READ.
Baltimore, November 5. 1847. 26
Farm for Kent.
IT WILL LET or RENT my Farm, in Walnut
M. Township, lying between Milleiwport and
Thornville, iu the Refugee Tract The turrn con
tains 200 Acres of Lund 100 Acres cleared.
Possession given any time from now uutil the
hrsto! April, lcruis will lie reasonable.
November 5. 1847. 6w26"
r"T!IlE subscriber is uow receiving a new aud
a unpreceuuniea supply 01
FALL & WIN'M GOODS,
iu all the variety necessary to the publio wauu,
which will be sold mutually low. Wholesale slid
Retull, for Cash or County Produce, consisting in
part of SUPERFINE, MEDIUM aud COMMON
Cloths, CassiincrcN, Satinets,
Jeans. Heavy Tweeds; Rich Ribbed and Heavy
Beaver, reus ana mot Until, toruver Coats.
Also, a large supply of SILK VALENTlA and
8, 10. 11 Si 12-4 Blanket; Flannels of all kinds
Comforts, Bleached and Brown Muslins
Fur and Common HATS and CAPS
Silk and Cotton Handkerchiefs - '
Silk, Gingham und Cotton Umbrellas
Gloves, Hosiery, Curpet Wurp, long reeled Cot
ton. Yarn, &o. &c.
Also.a large supply of superior warranted Calf,
Kip and Common BOOTS.LACES & BROGANS
A few pieces choice Wool Curpetiug, uew and
" " Cotton do "
' ' Sluir Carpeting, and lot of superior
Hearth Rugs '
KLADY M A DE CLOTHING,
a good supply, at moderate prices.
Iu purchasing this sunerior Stock of Goods, the
subscriber bus not forgotten to provide must am
ply, lur 1 ue wants 01 -
VISE 22 .Li.D22S-'
Among which may be enumerated iu the Silk,
Worsted and Cotton line, a lurge lot of the most
superior, plain, Satin striped and plaid aud
SZIK WAHPED ALPACAS.
Figured. Delisle, Cumeleon, Changeable and Oin
Vienna, Britania, Union Silk Plaids aud Cash
more De Corsa, for Dresses
Gala, Juvenile aud Rub Roy Plaids for Dressos
Fancy, Blue and Scarlet Woollen Plaid Cloakings
4-4 and 6-4 wide
An unusually large and splendid lot of 5-4 and 4-4
French, English. Scotch and Italian
Au unusual large aud splendid lot of
CHINTZES. PRINTS & DELAINES.
at all prices, including Linens, Lawns. Thread,
Cotton aud Silk Luces. F.dgiugs und Insert in js,
bilk Bullion, bueal Head aud Mohair Fringes
Jut and Silk Buttons, assorted
Cords. Tassels, Merino and other Hosiery
GLOVES. Linen and Silk Handkerchiefs
Swiss and other Musliu
Worked and Tainbin ed Chemezetts and Collars
White Goods of all kinds, and a supply of Butter
fly and other Huir, Dress and Shell Side Combs
The most beautiful 8-4 & 10-4 Broche, Cashmere,
figured und printed Cusbuiere, Net, Enib'd
Cashmere. French plaid & striped worsted and
woollen Shawti, ever brought to this country
A .large supply for Winter uso, iiicludini; figured
uiiu Ihe most delicately wrought VEL VE T.
Also, FLOWERS to suit.
A line supply of Ludies and Misses Polkas, Laces,
Uuskius, I lea aud cuppers; Ludies and Misses
Rubber Buskins aud Over-Shoes
Also, on bund, a full supply of GROCERIES,
consisting iu part of
Teas, Coffees. Wines. Liquors. Spices. 4tc.
2nd Door East of the "Swan Hotel,''
is also well stocked with a great variety of CHINA
and GLASS- W A R E, including a supply of
Flowing Blue: also, with a general assortment uf
The Stock of Goods referred to, was laid iu
with the greatest cure, is most full und complete,
and will cover every demand to all which the
public attention is requested.
Wanted. ' T
All kinds of Produce, for which Cash or Goods
iu exchange will be given. ,
' Lnucaster, October 29, 1847. ' 25
HOWE'S HYGEAN, HOARHOl'ND 4.ND
LIVERWOR'I" COUGH CANDY, is of
(ltd to Hie politic. pleassut surt inVuvfrm djr
I ,r Cousin. Coldt, UoaruMit, Ailhmu, Pklkine.
ffhooimig Cuuah, lnflurnta. Croup, Xurt Tiroul,
Bronchitis, and general tffreliorn .if ChcA and
l.ungi. In ui h cm it i known in haw affuf rn
trciil.il anil psruiHiiriit relief, sad fiom its ipi"
ale and grral suw e, at a irinaily foi ih abovr
diees xlieie it IihcI been uicil, it promises Iu or
coins One of the most useful and ponuUr uiei'icinei.
It it (jffeiecl mo, as pleatsnirriirioihe u, imnp
livr, and an assistant to voralbt! and public ,.
'I lis name of th prrparsiiou iiidicalet sir trailing (
iugiedii-iil, and it will ts found lu or by 1.0 iiiesi). ,
unplcd.sul to the lasts, and msy bs used by clidd j
irn ami adults, wall eniiie impunuy. 1 lis nisie-1
rials ued 111 the prsparauon ais or ihe brsi quality,
and msy be rriied on as, iu tvry isurci, a turn
and okkVink AKTlctK. Families would 110 doubt I
proiuiue ihtir conifud aud lieahh by keeping a .up- 1
I1 in th season of Coldt. . 1
I lie uropiieion, in addition to hat hat been said,
reiiecilully refrr to ih ceiiibcsie from highly rs
spectRbl source., on tlie uriprs of llieC.Mdy,
and oiliru, published iu pamphlet form, and in ilis
city papers. ''
from Uic preiiding Elder of Uie.ViUitdul EjUco-
pal Vliurcn, oj t-incimatt. ,
Mer. Howe (V ('ii-Cenileinrii-Nnt lout tines,
while laliorina mirier the iuflurnce of a painlully em
hiirrassiiii: Cold Si speaking in die open air, furnil
handed me a piece of your IIOAK UOLND anil
I.1VKKWOKT CANDY, (mm the use of which
I expeririieifl sieal and a'mosl iiniusdiala talief.
Sinre ihen 1 have frequently und it iih liietainr
beuencial eftecit, 1 llinefnie feel no he, nation in ie
coiinoriiiliiifi V0'" Cxudy si s ckiit.in srtcific foi
Coughs, Co.dv, Hoarw.uett, Sic
Cincinnaii, August 37, lb47.
From the Rev. J. Jlf. 7Wm6r, Potior rf Witlty
l hava utH the COL'GIl CANDY of HOWE
Si CO., and have found 11 a p!eaant ienedy for
HOARSENESS, and believe public Speakers unu
bled wiih diseases of the Throat would find bene.li
from its use,
1. M. TRIMDLF.
Cinrlnnati, September 25, 1947.
We wariaut a cine for die above diveaiet iu all
cases, and challenge any person in the United Stuiet
to produce a beiiei, cheaper and more elfccliie if
Sold by ihe principal Diugg'tts in every city in the
I'uiud Slates, aud by Ihe proprietors.
HOWE & CO.
At their Depot No. 1, College Hall, Walnut sliest,
And va challenge the woilil to produce an in
stance where the s.ileuf any remedy hat increased
as rapidly as Iheaboie Catttlv, wiieie il lias become
Dr H.SCOT T,
Sole Agpul 'or Fairfield County.
OFFICE-Gie.v's Small White Frsine Build-
ihg, Hires Door !'',asi of iheSwHii Tvrn, M iiu-.t,
Lancaster, Ohio, October, 29, 1047. 6m2j
Dq Cast Ktshfs illail.
WISE & HILLARD
TT'OUtU moil rejectlullv inform the peo
V pie uf Fairfield aud udjoiuiug Counties,
uav mis oay commeuceU rsKaiviua
their STOCK of
IFALL k IVINTKI! GOODS,
HEW YORK ELECTION
Wheat! Wheat!! Wheat!!!
ALARGEQUANTITY OF WHEAT wanted
at the HE W CASH STORE, 1st Door
East of tho "SWAX HOTEL," for which the
Cash will be paid 011 delivery.
T . U. WUITK.
Lanoaster, October29,1847. , 23
To amend the Ordinance regulating the
oiarKet in ine 1 own 01 Lsacsiicr,
Sec 1. Be it ordained bv the town Council of
the town of Lancutter-That it ahull be nulawfid
tor any Butcher or other person or persons, eith
er fur theutselves or others, to erect, put up, use or
occupy any table or benches within the railings,
or enclosure around tue marKet House 111 said
town of Lancaster, for the purpose of selling
meats or other provisions, so as to hinder.deprive
or interrupt persons bringing provisions ol uuy
kind to suid market, from hacking up their wag
ons or other vehicles to said railings uud excising
thesume to sale thereat, agreeable to the Ordin
ances of suid towu nor shall il be lawful fur any
Butcher or other persou or persons, to place, put
up, use or occupy any table or tables, bench or
benches within any purtuf said enclosure, (inside
of the market bouse proper excepted) on market
days, iu market hum's, so as to interrupt, or ren
der it inconvenient to the citizens of suid town, or
others iujmakiugpurchases, or to persons bringing
meats or other provisions to market iu selling ihe
sanio. ' Provided that this Ordinance shall no', be
sj taken uud understood as to prevent persons
bringing meats and other provisions to market
from using small square tables before their wag
ons id' the same width, or benches ulongside and
adjoining the railings aforesaid, and 011 the uutsklo
of the walls of said market house, and
adjoining thereto, for the purpose of selling
the same but iu 110 case shall any meats or fish
be placed upon or exposed to sule upon the bench
es adjoining the wull of the market house ufore-
said. And everv person or persons so oll'endini',
shall on conviction thereof belore the President,
or in bis absence the Recorder, for every such ol-
fence, be fined iu any stun uot exceeding fivo dol
lars nor uot less, than two dollars with costs of
Valuable Mill Properly
A S Executor of the Esbite of Alios Rice, d
r ceased, late of Madison Towusbip. Fairfield
County, Ohio. I will sell, at private tale, the val
uable GRIST MILL ol Ilie deceased, logellier
with about TEN ACRES of LAND.
The Mill is situated upon Cleurcreek, one of the
finest mill streams in the county ,ubout eight miles
souluwest of Lancaster and about four miles from
Amanda, Itjhus two tnu uf Burrs and is in excel
It is a desirable property for any persou wish
ing to purchase aud the terms will be moderate.
Fur further particulars apply to
CAl.tU HtUUta, t-xecutur.
November 5, 1847 26tf
NOTICE is hereby given, that a petition will
be presented to the Commissioners of Fair
held county, Ohio, ut their next meeting, fur a
location and establishment of a county road, ruti
iiiim from tho towu uf Lockville. east 011 the town
ship line of Violt and Bloom, or as near suid line
as a road cun be made, to intersect the road lend
ing from Jefferson to Somerset, ut ur uear the
I. ..T.I .......... J II. ,l..,Oo'
Lockville, November, 5, 1847. 4w26
MARY PAUL )
JOHN BAIRD. )
ALL persons interested will bike uotice, that
Mury Paul, ou the 13th day uf October, A.
D. 1847, sued out a writ uf Attachment from the
Court of Commou Tleasof Fairfield County .Ohio,
against the Goods. Chattels, Laud, Credits, monies
mid effects of John Baud, fur the sum of (100
damages, which writ has been served and return
ed. Attost J, RADEBAUGH. Clerk.
October 29, 1847. 6w25pl$l,75
Robert IC. Claspill'a Lslate.
N OTICE is hereby given , that the undersigned
has beeu appointed Executor of the Kstato
uf Robert R. Clasfill, deceased, late of Lan
caster, Fairfield County, Ohio. All persons iuilcbt
ed to suid Estate are requested to make immediate
payment aud those having claims against it, tiro
desired to present them legally authenticated for
settlement within one year.
. ELIZABETH CLA8PILL, F.xe'tnr.
Sec 2. That it shall be unlawful fur any per
sou or persons on market days, in market hours,
to exercise the occupation of auctioneer, or sell
any goods und chatties at public out-cry, within
said market house or lite railings thereof or with
in fifteen leet of the Irunt thereof. And every
person or persons so otl'endiug shall for every such
offence, ou couvictiou thereof, belbro the Presi
dent, or iu his ubaence tho Recorder, bn fined iu
uny stun not exceeding five dollars, nor less than
two dollars, with costs of prosecution.
This Ordinance to take effect and be in force
from uud alter the legal publication thereof.
GEO: SANDERSON-TVe-std-iMf, T. C.
John B. Rued, Recorder.
Lancaster. Oct. 22, 1817. 3w24
Mt:ile ol Ohio, Fairfield Co.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS SEPT. T 1847.
Thadeus Kearn )
ci. IN CHANCERY.
John Hymo, )
The Bill ullcdges that defendant 011 the 9th of
August 1845, conveyed to complainant by way of
mortgage, lu-Lot No. one, iu Kern's addition to
Lancaster, to secure to him tho payment of f G8,
which is due and unpaid, & prays that said Mort
"Q"e premises may be suid to pay suid debt.
It appearing to the court t ut Joliu Hyme
is not a resident of this Suite, it is thereup
on ordered by the Court that notice bo given to
said defendant of the filing, object and prayer uf
CHEAP IIARDWARB STORE
IN THE TALLMADGE BLOCK.
opposite Rcber At Kutz' Store
where cun be found a full assortment of
X RW 11 U WW A H Ia .
Which he offers at the lowest possible prices.
even lower tbau the lowest.
Those 111 want of HARDWARF. will save niouev
by examining his Stock, both as regards quality
Aruongotln-r articles will be found the following:
AXES: Mann's, Hum's Collin's und Beck's
Chopping, Broad aud Hand.
Adzes, Warren Hunt's and (heaves and Sous'
Awl Blades, Sewins Brad and Pegging
Anvils, Vices and Mellows
AuL'ersaud Aimer Huts. Concave. Heavy. Ixjiil'
aud other kind
Bulauces, Salter's, 8cale- Beams and Counter
Bells. Haud, Tea or Table, Cow aud Sleigh
Bedsciews. 6, oj, 7 and 8, Square and Sharp
Bits for Braces, Centre, Guuge, Nose, Riuimer,
Tuper and Chain
Boxes, Suutt' and Tobacco in Steel, Tin and
Bulls, Round, Flat, Barrel and other kinds
Braces and lids, Scotch uud Plated; ChiiseU
Candlesticks, Iron aud Brass, Hand and Tabic
Castors, Irou and Bi as, Blake's & other makes
Chains, Trace and Halter, Log and Fifth
Cocks, Brass, Brittaiiiu and Wood
Corkscrews, Wrenches, Cupboard Turns aud
Currycombs and Cards iu every variety
CUTLERY, Roger'., Westeubului's Crook's,
Turner's aud W'rugg'a Pdi'kel Knives.
English aud Americun Table Culleiy
Butcher's aud Shoemaker's Knives
Drawiug Knives, Shears, Scissors aud Sheep
Esciitcliens aud Escutclieu Pins
Files, Mill, Bustard, Taper, Square & half round
Frypaus, with and without Handles
Giuihlets, Glue I'ota and Gridirons
Guu Barrels, Locks, Ribs and Worms
Hummers, Shoe, Nail, Latlring and Carpel
Hat Pius, Hut and Cloak Hooks
Hand, Rail Screws uud Staples
Hinges, Wrought, Cast, Snap aud Table, Eng
lish and American
Hatchets. Hunt's Broad and Shingling
Ludies. Tiu'd, Iron and Brass
Latches, with Brass aud Mine-jl Knobs
Locks, Rim uud Mineral Nob, Door, Closet,
Pad, Slock, Mortice, Trunk, Till, Cupboard uud
Meusui ing Tapes and Coffee Mills
Nails, every kind, Wrought and Horse Shoe
Plane Irons, Gouges, Compasses, Plyers, Nip
pers, &c. &c
Saws, Mill, X Cut, Hand, Panitel, Rippin,P,acU
and other variety
Spoons, Hated, German Stiver, fiu u aud Brit-
Shovels and Spades, Ames' Washburn's aud
Squares, Iron and Steel, Measuring and Trying
Stair Rods, Skates, Snuffers, Brass and Irou
Steelyards, Warranted correct
Tacks, Brads, Sparrables aud finishing Nails
Tea Trays and Snuffer Trays
Trowels, Fluttering, Masou's uud Garden
Weights iu Setts, Loug uud Short Haudle Ma
Mahogany Vaueers, Looking Glass Plates,
Mahogany Nobs. &c &c
SADDLERY AND CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS
Buckles, Bitts and Stirrups
Harness Mounting anil Saddler's Tools
Shark Skin, Flush, Suddler's Thread aud Silk
Cotton, Worsted uud Straining Webb
Hog, Call', Facing and Pad Skins
l'lat d Dashers, Handles und Bunds
Stump Joint sand Malleable Irou
Steel Springs, Iron Axles aud Boxes
Broad and Narrow Lace
Patent Leather, Gum & Oil Cloth, Damask,&c
A! to, a Large Auorlmeni of allkindt of
Iron, Nails. Meel and lilass.
A SI) VTIXDOW SASH.
Together with evory variety of Hardware usu
ally kept. J. C. WEAVER.
Lancaster, October 22, 18 If! 24
and nuotber lurge ai rivul is expected iu a day or
.two. which, wheu received wilt mftke their at-
The Columbus Journal, by tubjgrtpn. baa re
ceived the gratifying Intelligence thai NF.W YORK
HAS GONE OVERWHELMINGLY WHIG.
Th MAJORITY WILL BB NEAR .TWENTY
THOUSAND. BOTH HOUSES WHIG.
New Jersey has elected the Locofbco Goretoor.
The Legislature is strongly Whig.
Senator Huutingwn pf Connecticut, Is dead.
Kiisscll & llouen's Creditor
N pursuance of un imier of the Court of Com
mon l'lens of Knii field Couutv. Ohio, settiug
as a Court of Chancery, the Creditors of the late
firm of RUSSELL &. BO WEN ure horebv NOT1-
IED to present to the uu.h:rsi"ued, the evidence
f their claims agaiiiNt said firm, on or before the
Iff day of February. 1848. nt his office iu Lancas
ter. J. RADEBAUGH, Special Matter.
October 22, 1847. 3w24
NOTICE is hereby given, that a potition will
be presented to the Commissioners of Fuir
tield Cuuuiy,ut their next session, praying for au
alteration iu tho roud running trom Basil to Win
, . .1 r r.i . J
between ... Term
Notice is therefore hereby given to said defen-
hester, commencing at the lin ks of the road near jy Bm by publishing the same for six weeks
ohil Salts, on John Bl ight's land iu Liberty town ,.,,Mi..nv ; the Lancaster Gazette m ior to the
.1-: 1.1 t.- u... ......... 1
Bll'p, uiiu loeuce running west uu uio one uoinccu
John Bl ight's and Daniel Good's laud to the cor
ner ut Juliti Ki utz s and John Wagners lauds and
there tot minute.
. October 29, 1847.
Call and See.
GATES &. COSPER have just received a now
supply of those tine WATCHES which they
ure selling ut such prices as will astonish every one.
Tulhnudge House. October 22, 1847.
Lslate or John t!ilmore.
TVTOTICE is hereby given that the subscriber
I bas been appointed and qnalineu as Admin
istrator on the Estate of John Gilmore, deceased,
late of Walnut Township. Fairfield County .Ohio
GEORGE GILMORE, Adm'tor:
November 5, 1847 . 4w26
Ta amend the Ordinance regulating certain
. Burial Grounds, belonging ta the Town
af Lancaster. '
SEC. 1st. Beit ordained by the Town Council
of the Town of Laneatter, That the plat of
the uew urave raru.ito called j suutneast ol sum
towu, held by deed from John Creed, recorded in
the Town Surveyor'sBuok, page 18 und 19. be
and the same is hereby made and adopted, as the
true plat ot said Grave lard ana tnat tne word
"iquare," where it occurs in said plat, be uud the
same is hereby changed to "Division" ill con
formity to the Ordiuuuce entitled "An Ordinance
regulating certain Burial Grounds belonging to
the Towu of Lancaster," passed April 11 th 1K37.
Skc. 2d, That the Recorder cause a copy of the
pint named in the foregoing Section, with the
amendments, to bo made and inserted in the
Book of Ordinances of said town of Lancaster,
immediately following this Ordinance.
., GEORGIJ SANDERSON, President T. C.
Attetb-JoHN B. Rkid, Recorder. '
Novembers, 1847. , . ' , . - 3w26
Steel Heeds. ,
STEEL Beeds, Tassels, Bug Clasps, Purse riugs
and Silk for sule by
GATES & COSPER.
' Lancaster, October 22, 1847.
duut accordingly. - J. RADEBAUGH, C7r.
Lancaster, Oct. 1, 1847. pf3.50 6w21
SALE OF REAL ESTATE
BY ORDER OF COURT.
BY Virtue of un order of sale to mo directed
by the Court of Common I'leas for Fairfield
County, Ohio, at it September Term, A. D. 1847,
I will us the Guard iuu of Snnih Weaver, a minor
child of Adam Weaver, deceased, oiler and ex
pose to sale by public vend it e and outcry ut the
door of the Court House iu Lancaster, Ohio, uu
Saturday, November 137, 1817,
between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and three
o'clock P. M. of that day, to the highest ind best
bidder, the following described Ileal Lslate, to
wit: 16 Acres of Laud situutod in Hocking town
ship, off ihe North end of a Tract of Laud, enntain-
t nn i I oj. ,nft I.. C T n ,
Joseph Keinmerer's Estate.
TV OTICE is hereby given, that the subscribers
have beeu uppointed auu qualified as Ad
ministrntors un the Estate of Joseph KkmmehkK
deceased late of Pleasant Towusbip, Fairfield
County, Ohio. Dated at Lancaster, this 4th day
ofOctober. 1847. PHILIP KEMMEREH.
DAVID W. KEMMERER,
October 15, 1847. 4w23
La tale ol Samuel Warner.
"VT OTICE is hereby given, that the uudersigued found
X 1 fius been appointed and duly quannea us au'
uiiuistialor of the Estate uf Samuel Warnxr, de
ceased, lute of Liberty Township, Fairfield Coun
ty, Ohio. HENRY WARNER, Adm'tor.
Oclut)or22, 1847. 1?.21
TaDII V DllUSS GOODS.
WE have just received a handsome variety
of FINE FRENCH CASHMERES,
PLAIN BLACK und RICH FANCY STRIPE
SILKS, and n large lot of ninepenny CALICOES
that wont fade.
The cashmeres und silks are the fiuest in this
market, and will be sold cheap.
WISE 4. HILLARD.
Lancaster, October 22, 1847. 24.
OME of the finest specimens of Jewelry ever
brought to Lancaster, union g wbicb may be
d Cameo Pins, single stone do. Bracelets,
Chains. Pencil cases. Finger rings, Earrings. Min
iature Cases, Hair Ornaments, Guurd mid Fob
Keys, Gold aud Silver Ttttmbles, arc. uneap lur
cash at . GATES St COtsrtKS,
Laucaster June 18, 1844. 5
Valuable .Seal Estate lor Male
I WILL sell at private sule 62 46-100 Acres of
J. Land lying in rear ol'Slanbery's Garden, North
east of Luncuster, being Lots Nos. 7&10 it) the
Partition of the Baldwin Estate. These two Lots
lie together, und for situation, fertility and almost
every other advantage, they form one of the most
valuable tracts of laud iu the Comity. : .
i Terms moderate. Apply soon.
, M. A. DAUGHERTY.
Lnneasr, July 23, 1847. - 11
HO wants a good fen-Kuile7 Or whore is
the person that dnos not, unless it be one,
who is already supplied. To those that are uot,
we would just suy that we are prepared to furnish
BETTER and CMfcAfbtl inan Buy nnnsein i.an
caster. GATES Si COSfER.
Lancaster, October 23, 1847.
P. a. St F. C. DKINKLE.
RESPECTFULLY inform the citizens of Laiv
caster und its viciuity, that they have open
ed a Tailor shop, in Council's Row, uuder the
Eagle office, directly opposite the Post Office,
where they, cun at all times be found, ready to
execute any work that may be entrusted to them
in the neatest and most fashionublo mnunsr and
low for Cash or all kinds of Country Produce.
They respectfully solicit a share of the public
Lanesstor, April IStlt, 1847. Iy49.
nig aa Acres aim aw-iuu, in section .iu. a, i owa-
ship No,. 14. Range No 19. And also, 30 Acres,
situated iu Pleasant Township, iu Section No 30,
lowushlp No. lo, Kange No, 18, heiug the Lands
sot off iu severalty in parlitiou to the said Sarah
Weaver. For a record ol which partition und
more minuto description of said Lauds, see Chan
cery Record, F. C. C. Pleas. No. 5. pages 565, &c.
Terms of Sale I he Lauds not lo be sold lor
less than full appraised value, aud one-third in
huud. one-third iu one year, and one-third hi two
years with interest on the defered paymeuts. The
deferred payments to be secured by uote and
mortgage, and a deed given on the first payment
The Tract ut 16 Acres is appraised at f'ii pel-
acre the Tract of 30 acres at $ JO per acre.
Title is unquestionable and a rare bargain is
offored. JOHN GRAYBILL,
Guardian of Sarah It'sooer.
Bi Mtnau a Whitman, Attorney.
Qctobor 15. 1847. 6w23 pf 15.25
sortmeut Complete (or the season iu every de
part men t. Alt persons coming lo llus tuwu tu
buy Good are invited lo Call aud look through
their extensive and beautifully assorted Stuck of
tuple and Taney Dry Goods,
which arc ull.ol this Fall's importation aud conse
quently uf the uewext styles uud latest patterns.
We have on luudaiid ready fur exhibition one of
the LARGEST &. MOST ELEGANTLY assorted
Slock of LADIES' DRESS GOODS ever oeued
iu Lancaster, and promise tu sell them under the
old motto which is "mare pvodt far a dolldr than
anybody elie." Our Stock ut Ladies' Ureas Trim
mings embrace a general variety of FRINGES,
GIMPS, COKD8. TASSELS. BUTTONS. &c .
including all late patte, i.t, many ut which are very
desirable fioui tiie fuctthut they are 'all the rare'
Sll W IaH
Of every kuiJ, quality and size can be bought uf
us ut greatly reduced prices.
Hon ii el Kibbons,
A la'-gelot. which are new fashiouable styles.
und very ehtap. Bonnet Borders, Bonnet Cups,
aud Uoniiet Otmpsof all kinds.
This department of our Stuck was never better j
as uu pains or trouble was spared iu getliug up i
aud selecting this kind of Goods, sud we believe I
we have a bolter Stuck of Gerinuu and French !
Fancy Goods, Yankee Notions, and all small j
W ares generally, thuu any other Iioue in towu.
OCR STOCK OF STATUS DIIY GOODS
is nniuually large and prices never known so low
before: when we are done opening we shall have
over2U00 pieces of PRINTED CALICOES, rang
ing iu prices from 5 to 16 cents a yard, nearly all
ot which are the new styles ut small figures, dots,
sprigs, stripes and plaids.
The best NINEPENNY CALICOES we have
ever had. pretty Goods and perleclly fast colors
10'J pieces ol'Oiuuge and Blue Prints, which
-lie the beitl and most durable Goods at theii price
iu the market.
21)0 pieces of plain, pluid and striped AI.PAC-
CAS. of nil colors aud qualities lrom2iJto 50 tents,
SILh. WAK1' ALl'ACC AS, crjic'p
ABYS1NIAN CLOTHS, in every color and.
style, a new urticle iu the market, aud is uuequal
ed in richness of appearance bv anv goods out
60 pieces DARK FANCY GINGHAMS.
10 do Od colored du
APRON CHECKS, all prices.
20 Bales BROWN MUSLINS the best in town.
Bleached Muslius. Bleached & Brown Drillings
Bleached, Brown aud Col'd Canton Flannels
10 bales TICKING, superior quality. We have
tn great variety, such at
BROWN aud BLEACH TABLE CLOTHS,
Fine Damask Linen do. Napkins
BLEACH and BROWN SHEETINGS, from
two to three yards wide; Pillow Case Cottons,
BED BLANKETS of ull sizes aud prices,
Furniture Checks, i urniture Calicoes
Domestic Plaids, Towel. Diaper and Crash, iu
short every thing iu this line of Good at whole
72 J pieces of Blue Black. Browu. Olive, Claret,
Oxford uiix'd, Invisible Green, Steel mixed and
Blue Cloths, of all qualities and prices. Call aud
A good Stock and handsome variety of
t a s i n a: ii i: .
Plain. Black, Blue Black, also Barred,Striped aud
VESTINGS from ninepence a pattern to four
dollars, consisting of all kinds, Saliu, 1'lniu, Fi
gured and Bard. Cashmere Vestiugs of every
I price, Silk Velvetaud Valencia do
120 pieces Satlinct,
of all sorts, colors, kind, qualities and prices.
40 pn-ces KENTUCKY J tA.NS, Gold mixed,
Blue. Black. Cadet uud Brown from tweuty to
fifty cents a yard.
10 pieces Sheeps Grey Fulled Cloths, a very
heavy Guuds lur Winter pants.
io nu ay i.ons of
boots M) s ii oris,
now unloading. Thick Boots several qualities,
FINE CALF uud MOROCCO BOOTS.
Kip and Bnignii SHOES, Ladies' Lace HOOTS
GAITERS. WALKING SHOES aud Slipper
Boy's Thick Boots, Thick Kip and Calf Shoes
Mis.W Boots and Walking Mines
Fur. Plain and trim'd Cloth, Oil Cloth. Plush,
Sex:.. Beuna Vista, Navy and Generul Taylor styles,
Children aud Infants Fuucy Cups.
A general assortment o f
mm T"! fl mm m j
mm mmmm W mm m . mi J W - . ?
GLASS AM) (ilEKSSWlHE.
Our STOCK of GROCERIES is Wire and o
good quality. AU kinds of DYE STUFFS con
stautly ou band.
On SJaml Also,
A large lot of Cottou Yhih, Coverlet Warp, Cnr
.... .-I.-: i ii.....:..i.:.... l:....ii.. A..a.-v ,iii,
pOl V 11.11 IJ UIUI V. nitUI.V IL-IMIIp t iiiu.it tj.t.j
in the FOREIGN and DOMESTIC. STAPLE and
FANCY DRY GOODS LINE, all of which is to be
sold very cheap, and ull we ask is uu opportunity
Ui prove it by showing Goods aud telling prices.
Cash on Hand,
For Wheat, Rye. Oats uud Curu.
All kinds uf lade in exchange for Goods.
WISE St, HILLARD.
Lancaster, October 7, 1347. -' I
BEST PITTS BL UG II
A ASSORTED, from 8 bv 10 to 81 by 25. tor
le by GEORGE KAlFFMAN.
Lancaster, Augut20, 1847,
rflHE HIGHEST PRICE In CASH will be
Jl giveu for FLAX-SEED by
Lancaster, August 20, 1847. . 15
JI ST IV E C IaI YaY)
ASD FOR i.U.K,
KEGS PURE WHITE LEAD, aud
5 Barrel LINSEED OIL. bv
Lancaster. Aug. 13 1847. 14
2 r Bags Groen and Yellow RIO COFFEEi
J 3'Bags BLACK PEPPER;
YOUNG HYSON and IMPERIAL TEAS. 4.C,
For sale by GEOUGE KAUFFMAN.
Lancaster, August 13, 1847 14
10 Barrett. Tanner' Oil.
JUST received and for tale bv
Lancaster. August 13. 1847. 14
CALL AT TIIU
OLD DRUG STORE,
AND see a fresh supply of DRUGS and ME
DICTNF.S PAINTS and DYE STUFFS,
For sale low. GEURGE KAUFFMAN.
Laucaster, August 13, 1847. 14
10 Barrels Water Lime.
BEST QUALITY, for salo by
Lancaster. August 13, 1847. 34
OF ull kinds cheaper than ever at
GATES St, COSPER'S.
June 18, 1847.
A Fine Farm for Sale.
ONE Hundred and Thirty-three Acres of Land
near Havenspurt, iu Fail-field County, well
improved and iu good cunditiou. will be sold at
private sale, on terms to suit purchasers.
About Forty Acres are covered with an excel
lent growth of timber, aud the balauce is under
cultivation. There nre on it a good Dwelling
House and Bam, and suitable out-houses: a good
Well of Water uear the Kitchen and another iu
the Barn-Yard. Any one wishing to purchase a
Cist rate farm will find this a rare chance. It lie
adjoining the lauds uf Judge Martiu aud Joel Ba
r or terms aud other particulars apply to tho
owners Henry O. and John Hanna on the preuii
ses, or to tne uudersigued in Lancaster.
M. A. DAUGHERTY.
Laucaster, August 13, 1847. 14
XV. It. RAXKIX,
Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Chancery.
OFFICE IN FOSTER'S BRICK BUILDING,
iu the Room recently occupied by Charles
Borland, Esq. Entrance, one door west of KauiV
inau's Drug Store, Main Street, Lancaster, Ohio.
May 14, 1847. ltt
JOHN D. MARTIN,
K. P. EFFINGER,
II AIM1V & EFITAGCB,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
OFFICE Iu Foster's Brink Building.
Lancaster, Ohio, Juue 11, 1847. 5
A Valuable Farm lor Sale.
TJEING the Renl Estate of Theobald Musser
lj deceased, late of Rushcreek Township, Ohio,
aud being the East half of Section No. nine, in
said Township, containing 320 Acres, about 150
Acres cleared and uuder cultivation there is ou
the premises a !u ge frame bouse well finished,
with a never failing fountain pump at thi door,
spring house and every thing convenient, and a
very lurge trame bunk b;ru uiso, a large orchard
of excellent fruit also, four Comfortable log dwel
ling houses, and an excellent uw mill- A turther
description is deemed unnecessary, t the proper
ty will recommend itselfupou a view, by any cue
wishing to purchase, ihe above valuable proper
ty will bo offered nt public sale on Tuesday the
jth day of November next, ot one o'clock A. M.
uf said day. Sale to be on the premises.
I'ermsofSaU One-third iu hand, one-third
in one year, uud oue-third in two years with in
terest from the day of. sale. Further conditions
made known ou the day of sale. '
Duo attendance will be given by ..
ALEXANDER STIRRET, Executor.
October, 1847. 5w22
State of iDluo, .tFauKcIU Counts.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS, SEPT. T. 1847
David Beeiy, ")
Vt. I ,v- ,'1I,VC1'DV
Joseph Woll.ini and Tolly his f
IV lie. aud others.
ftMit Bili alledges that the deed of Samuel to
X Emanuel Shisler, in trust tor Defendants una
others of Sout of Northeast Section No. 20,
Township No 14, and Kange io. 18. is tiaudulenl,
and prays that the same may be so decreed. '
And it appearing to itie Court thai tue auove
named Defendants are nou-resideutst
It is ordered that uoUce ol the pendency or said
Bill bo giveu said Defendants, bv publishing the
same tor six weeks successively in the Lancaster
Gazette prior to the next Term ot tills Court.
Notice ie therefore herehy given to said Defen
dants to niinear ut the next Term of said Court,
and plead, answer ur demur to said Bill, or the
same will be taken, as confessed.
J. RADEBAUGH, Clerk.
October 15, 1847. 6w23 pf 3,50
David Carpenter's Estate.
OTICE is hereby given, that If e subscribers
11 nave been appointed and qualified as Lie-
cutors un the Estate of David Carpkkter. de-
censed, late of Bern Township, i airfield County,
Ohio. GAoiUr.L CAKrbftii.lt,
N EH EMI AH CARPENTER.
October 13, 1847. ' 4w23
A T my instance, an attuchment was issued 1
Jf Duuiel Crumley, a Justice of the Peace of
Bloom Township, t airfield County, Ohio, on the
23rd day of48eptember, 1847,againat tbe proper
ty and etfects ot Christian Blessing, an antoonJing i
SMITH St ARNEY. , i " 'GATKS & COSPF.H
per J. R. MU.MAPGH, Agmjt. ju. House. Lanca.t.r, June 18, 1817
October 15, 1847. -J
A New arrival by express at
GATES Si COSPER'S.
-June 18. 1817. .
siiiit,i;ii .v nKno.M:,
SHOP In Shiefler's Building, ouedoor East of
and Misses' India Rubber the Tallmadge House.
Lancaster, juue 1 1, i u it . 3
The Great Cur for Censnmptloii.
ER. DUNCAN'S EXPECTORANT REMEDY.
Afflicted reader, do not suffer this disease to
knit its futul threads in your system) they are
certain tu hurry yon tu an untimely grave. Has
not "xperieuce taught you have uot occular
proofs convinced you, that Consumption is certain
death to ull whom il may encounter, wheu left
till a late period? Then why wilt you delay pro
curing a remedy in due season to arrest the pro
gress of that fell destniv erf A cold, which soon
terminates iu a coughing, by which aorene ot
the Un out and iuflauiatiun of the mucous mem
braue of tbe bronchi is produced, and the Lungs
rendered open to disease. Thus person suffer
themselves to procrastinate uutil death looks iu
ut their door! when t'ley will begin to be con
cerued about their health, wheu inall probability
it is loo late. Muy all who have a cola take time
ly warning, and get rid of it as soon as possible.
Dr. Duncan's Expectorant Remedy studs be
fore the public tested by thousands, and daily used
iu almost every family throughout the ditfereut
States for diseases of the Chest and Lungs. Tho
vast amount suid iu this city, aud that o so many
persons, who come buck and obtuiu it by the half
dozen bottles, is sufficient evidence of its wonder
VICTORY! VICTORY!! VICTORY!!!
Dr. VvucQit's Expectorant Remedy altcaytl
victorious! Read, the following cure ol one of our
Mr.cuAicicsBDHOR.May 11. 1846.
itettrt Omen and Keys 1 hereby certify that
for more thau thirty years I have been afflicted
with a breast anaction. pronounced by medical
men a pulmonary disease) and that about three
yours ago I was attacked actnally with a paiu iu
the chest, cough, spitting ot blood. fco., and alter
trying the most approved plan as advised by phy
sicians, and all but to little purpose, hearing of Dr.
Duncuu s Expectorant, 1 was induced to try it.
and after having given it a thorough trial, 1 can
testily that its enecu in my ense have Deeu most
salutary, and uow I enjoy good health for nuui
of my age. I stUl occasionally, upon occasion of
cold, have some pern In my breast, but Dr. Dun
can's Expectorant invariably gives relief.
. f . DAKr.li.
Th abnva urtifienta waa voluntarily sriveu tn
Messers Owen St Keys, uf Mecbunicsburgli.Cham
paigii county. Ohio
Call at Ur, Duncan W estern Medical uiui
No. 151 Sycamore at. Cin. Ohio.
For sole by Mucccrackeu St. Galbraith. LuaMet
Looking Glas riateu.
GATES St COSPER. (! lT;!'f '
are prepared to famish L""kmf Gh. Plate,
of all sizes, fieo 8 by 10 inche. lo IS fay 26 inches,
at very towpricit.
Laucaster, June 25 'e7-
PraSONS wishing toparcha. a good GoM of
SiKar Wrfcb, as cheap as they earl m th.
East cities! .r invited to examine the .bu.
I ajfOi'UuBUl fur miiv
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