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The Comic Grammar rend.
Bui rwroontber thoii"hbox,
In the plural makciuitKi
Ti iJ.na.1 ot us.
, Should be oxs.v, Hot OXOS.
To which an Exchange adds:
AuJ remember, though, fleecs
'. In the plural i fleeces, .
Yet the plural of goose
Aru'l ouusKS nor okkses.
AuJ w add: '
And remember, though house
. t In the plurnl is bouses
, Tile plural of mouse
, " ' Should be MICK lint monies. .Sua.
.Thotigh the siiiguloruf nick,.
. Is weil known In hit mouse,
'.XIic singular ofiiics:
is mtt and uot douci Boston Post-
All of which goes In prove
Tint giainiuer a furce is, "
J- , Fr where is the plural, ' '
Of rum uutl molasses? N, Y. Gazelle.
The phirul Gazette
" Of rum don't its trouble;
' Tuk one glass too much -''
' ' Aud you're sure to see duuble.-flrooi. Ad.
The rinrul. Gazette,
Of molasses is found, '
Far out iu the Wet.
Where uiki run on the ground.- Il'ai. Co.
lhinre will make dunces,
As will make usses
, , And within the plural ,
Of rum tntd molasses. Anon.
A.v Acti'ai. Ot'cuKKKNXE.-ln tlieCourt
of General Sessions, one tl ay lust week,
before Judge Parsons, the following cir-
ciiin.iiaticc actually (tccunod.
An Irishman wus arraigtieil for some
petty crime, when no was asked the titles
lion, npoii tin) reading of the indictment,
whether he was guilty or not trinity.
"And how can Itrll ycr Honor, untill I
hear the wttc$s ho promptly replied
utnl with the innocence of a child. Oer-
G?' Where is the cast i" asked u school
master. 'In the jug,' replied the piece
cious pupil. .
To Makr Trouskiis Last' To Jo
this you must itibtiiict your tailor, when
he builds yon a Hint n clothes, In make
your coat mid waislcout lust, by vvlncl
means he will make your downers last.
"Sonio women that are easily won
tiro compared to apples that full from tho
tree, without being shaken; but those
winch Elick to tho tree allot' they avo
tihuken very hard, are likely to remain on
tho brunch until they wiltuud dry up.
(tr Jones wus on a htoanibout above
St. Louis, not long since, when n raw
Iluonier turned into his hcith with his
boots on. The steward brteiiin- this, said,
"Sir you havo lain down in your boots."
The raw one raised his head and looking
down lit tho hoots, innocently lepliod. -
"Well it, won't hurt 'cm, thcruintthe best
O'What'll dud say when he knows
1 m spreeing iu no the boy said, alter
drinking a whole lass of spruce boir,
and smoking un old Hodjor.
riQueon Victoria's "best go-to-meet
ing clothes cost half a nullum dollars
Those that liouupai'te used to wear, when
hmperor, on slate occasions, cost nearly
fyTho I'lonch Government huve es
tablished a bounty lor iho etinouruge-
mont of tho rrowih of tho Muck Walnut
of America in Franco.
NEW ICOOH Vl MOW .ois
MORE fiOOl) NKW'S,
GIICAT KI5DUCTIONIN PRICES
II A It I) W ,4 It H MIKAI'KIt THAN F.VEH
Just I'UII'ivull llllll how opening, ill till! K AST
Kiiiivi or .Mil It. M. AiNswnitrii s IIi.im k uri'o
siik tiik Tai.i.maiiuk IIuimk, limn l'iltnlurg,
llultiuuirn, I'liilaih.'hihiu mill New York, n lurm
uud genur.il ussuittuent of Kuli.ili, (ioniiaii uiul
II.llW tlti: AM) UTI KItV.
t'uuiprisiuj; injiart tho following ai licit;
II :i ril n arc.
1'olii.li aud lii'i iiiiiu Dour Locks. Mortice lock
ami I.iiU lit'S, cliimt, Desk. Till anil 1'uillork
I. au lies ami ilmir liiiiiilh's, uimliiw spiiiis anst
riash lastuiiis, iissoricil,
Kockiit mul riniii'i' chisels, piu-'os A, spur hills
Jlall Uiuces in sells, plain liilsull u:
('oiiiinoii ami iScieWL'd Spok Sliavcs
Screw drivers, ('oiiipxisits, S'.urA siptnrnj,
Sliilo llnvcls, Mill saw, iloulilo cut ami II sipmi't'
lili-s, llorso Hasps, Driiwiiijj Knives.
101)0 (irons woml Screws nsNoitcil
;it)() doreii Mahiiany Knobs
Cut Turks fri'iu "i lo '.'I ounces
Hprljjs from lto-Jiiicli.
I'uli-ut llrails, Clout Nails, Truncal, I lam!, pun
M'l, 1 'i ii u i ii ; uiul lluli hoi 's Haws
Iron, llriituniiiii, (icrinaii Silver uiul Silver pla-ti-il
Table, 'IV I mul llunliiiL' sihioiis,
llread Trnys, Waitora, Iron aud Solnr Lumps,
Iron ami lru Ciiuillpslicks,
Looking (i lasses mul Looking (iluss platet,
Knper Uoiljji'i's Cougrca kuivea
1, if, , ami i Wailed doiisst, I'riiuiiii,' kuivos
Itaors assorted mul It.i.ni' Ntrops; mul a goner
ul and Hue assortment ul 'I' MILK C'UTLKIIV.
Duckies oriill si.es. Terrels nnd water Hooks.
Hai nes spots, Tim e ami duller hulls
llniss, Nilvpiniliuid J:'pjuncil Stirrups.
Cotton, SU-uiuing, Wursted uiul Hoot Webbings
Coail) anil Hny larn, tufls of nil colors, plain
anil fiiireil gum clolh, .laiianueil Mu.lins. assnrt-
i'd culiira Morocco, Dool do, (lout mul Hog skins,
HI..-I. ..I 1. ... 1 it I i
, noaiiu, i nno, iain ami iifiu eu assorted
l'utent Leather ami Oil C lolh.
( ooH'i''t 'I'uoIn.
lirnad axes, Ail.es, Cliampcring knives, lieml
iiiK do. Stale ilo, Crow cutlers, Hollowing knives,
(Shave tips mid Dress hoops assorted.
. for I In Fai'iiu-i'M.
I have a general uHsortinciit ol ll.ilter, Trace,
Log ami Uieasl chiiius
a O dozen (irils Scythes,
1 2 do Corn do
.1 ilo Hrusli do
3 ilo I'liinut (irain Cradles.
SO do liny Hake.
Common nnd stcul Corn Hoes, with mul
without handles, (imise ue k do, socket shovols,
- Long HuUitle do, l. Handle do, Amr Nu. i, do,
Jlay and :l ami 4 lining maum e r oi k
Also, .Mill ami Cross o,a Saws, Sleelynrds,'
u" "i .....in.,. nu.es nun llroail Axes,
Iron Iail mul su-vl,
tin Kegs Juuiatla Nails
fto " do llapid Korge do
. 20 Ton .luiiiallii boa '
. J (t, do -Idipid Forgo do v .. -4,..
KujilisuIilistei'xAuieric4iu lllislur, Shear, (ier
niau ami Cunt Hltel . - . 1 ;. .,
H-lOaud 10-12 Window CsUss, aud tt large
- fsfitenlrr ITIncliine Card,
Together1 with great fariety of other lliinl
...wursj, all of which I will positively sell a lain for
CAN II, as uuy olhor house, weslofUm inoiiiiuiins
. chu sell t)m. Couie and ice for yourselves i
r LiAucaste;, Jmir,' 4th I S 17. ' 4tf
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Washington, D. C, September 24, 10J7.
s n i t ii & "t o n ,
WHO huve served Iho Fairfield public us
Tailors, continue llmir old business in the
room recently occupied by Ainswohth Wn.
lock, on Main Street, and will serve their old
friends and now ones in tho old way, iu the lino
of Iheir vocutiou.
They havo received u ne.it uud wall selectml
lesliiiKsi and Trimmings,
Which, in addition to their old business, they will
make lo order, mi tho shortest uulico, and til the
most lushiouable manner.
They also huve ou hand, an assortment of
READY MADE OLOTIIXNO,
Hindu iu fashionable style, suilablu to the season,
and in buying which Iho purchaser shall have the
wi'unoj nis money, uau ana see noto.
Lancaster, September 17, 11) 17. i;i
AS on hand nnd for sale, at Gkoikiic Smith's
I Ciiaiii Simp, on iho northwest corner of
Wheeling mul Columbus Streets, in David Kos
T til's Hv , u general assortment ef
H a lioga n y ICocli i tig Chair,
mm, l'EER, CARD, DRKSSIM fll.MNG
DltliSSlNG and PLAIN BUREAUS;
W ardrobes, WnsWstniiils, Woi ksluil.ls,
And all other ui liules in his line that may bo culled
All kinds of work made to order, of the best
materials and sold cliouper limn tho cheapest in
this or any other place.
All sorts of Produce taken in exchange for
cash paid rorcn realty mjmuku.
tVA Ni:W HKAKSi:, with a line llorsentid
Harness, calculated for tho pui puse, is in roiuli
uess lo ntlend fuiicruls. COW NS uiait.i to m-.
dor. No extra chnria lor Heurse.
All charges very low.
Luncuslcr, September 17, 1017, Uiiill)
WHITE LEAD1S0 Kog of fresh
lime White Lend. 1'ittshmeli mul ('in.
ciniiali bramls, just rocuived and lor sale by
uuiiy it UKCK.
Limeuster, July !), 1817, u
fllllK Recoivei of the LANCASTF.ft OHIO
B A N K, hnvinfj contnicted Willi JACOB
ill KEN K. to redeem the Notes and bills of said
tliu!k iciniuning in ciraiilutton tho (anie will be
redeemed by ,ai,l KKKKl M Url,K Sloro
George Knufluniu, Mi ,lr91,tf Lnnwwuir, Ohio,
us the same shall be presented al that place.
IL H. HUNT Kit,
. ' JOSKI'll 8TUKEY,
Receiver ol Laucaitar Ohio Bank.
,.Lauinjter,Qhio,Veh.3, 1847, 37
1:iAlYHXY GROCERIES Such as
Cotfee, Kiee, Molassei, Chocolate, Teas, Su
gar, New Orleans, Havana, &o. All of the very
buest quality, constantly ou hand, and for sale by
1SUKY & libCK
Lancaster, July 9, 1847. 9
War iiTlhe United Slates.
IT i an axiom amonj; all civilited iialinm ilm
it is better to be engaged in honorable war than
submit to dishonorable peace. Adopting diis piiii
ciple. Dr. Waioii,n old and i-killlul I'hysician
(niode-lv would suggest the propriny of leaving llir
word sUllul lor oiherf lo pronounce, lest I miglil
be thought egntenii al ; bin it i no lime for aiodenv
in lhie ilayf of bate imnositioii, when ignorance
lid science are perinitlrd in walk liana in niiun,;
who wasednrated pi the east, where lie practiced
liif profetiioii a iiiimber of years; and dining ihe
last nine or leu years has been engaged in an ex
tensive practice in St. Lous where he has Treated
Disease iurcesliilly in almost II! lit varied and
complkaied forms, iinlil ill-healih. and (haltered
i-oniiiliiiioii obliged him to decline the practice ol
nis profession ; has therefote determined in declare
war wnb Patent Medicines aud Quark Nostrum
Waken- Willi whose base and fahe nielensinni to
cure ail tne ins and ails, panil and arhrs thai Heli
is heir too, with a tingle box of J'dls or a bottle nf
. ompntmd burun. I ruly trier' are but two clat t-
esin society, and ihey ere the Hitmlnizced and the
Mumougers. It is passingly strange the people
nave not long since become tired and difgutted Willi
ihis bare iniposilion. and like Rome 200 years be
fore ihe christian eia, in tin days of Arrh igadiut
banithed Ihete iinpoiilions fioin Ihe country and
prohibit the pmrnce aninug ilirm. Tlirre is no
person or common sense but knnwi il lie would
but ri flfci Ilia I irinedirs cannot be so combined at
in be competent to cure ten thousand forms nf dn
eases by one combination ; it ii basely false, and all
who pieieud to cine so large a number nf disease as
von often see advertised are enliei ignoramuses and
know noihiiig of the human system, ilia nature nf
disease or the effect of remedies upon the system or
iney are Hate nnpntiers, and in either case ate iiii
wormy of your confident:. ''We are wonderfully
ami fearfully made," therefore lei no person who
is ignorant or the bcauiiful, dehrate and complica
ted iiriiciure presume to tamper and tlitii destroy
the usefulness of that beautiful and wonderful sys
tem thai God has placed here for itsrhihieis and In
glorify Iliin foi he who does not slumber nor ileen
will assuredly holdall accountable at His Bar if
they daie temper with the work nf His hands, for
me purpnse nigratiiyuig their rnruiii avarice.
Dr: Watson believing, that bis knowledge nf ills
eate aud long experience in Ihe Treatment nf the
various forms of Disease, has fiiruislicd him with a
knowledge of Itemedies I but would bo almost in
valuable to ihe sick anil aflhried, has determined
to piepnie these remedies ami tend them to people,
and all he asks is a tii.tl of them, and if like the
worthless nnsiriiins of the day, the money will he
The Dr. has puMithed a liltle ptniphlrt called
the Kiunily Guide lo Heahh, in whirh he lias given
briefly ihe symptoms and Treatment of mime forty
Diseases. These pamphlets ran he obtained free
of charge by railing ou any nf the ngenli.
Catalogue of Medicines.
I ouic I ever and Ague!
Liniment fur Horses
(Ml', warranted to cure;
Ihey have ever tuetl ;
"Fever and Ague Syrnp.lPills and Ointment for
watrauicd to cure; Piles;
"Fevet itnd Ague Syrup.Sall Rhcitin and Titter
for Children ;
Ointment for diseases of
patic Pills fur Diseases Oleaginous Mixture for
of the Liver; Bloody Flux, Dysci.te-
Anli Spliniious Pills for; ry. 'ajlic tic:
Autie fake,&c. ; iOieacinoiis Mlxruie for
Auti-Dyspepiic Mixture Bowel Coiuplaitil of
tor wyspepsta, nr. j MuMiciij
Female PilUatitl Female Ami Feve,- Pills and An-
Mixtures, I li Fever Drops;
Couth .Mixture s for Tonic Aromatic Itinera.
Coughs, Colds and Con- for Weakness, Lots of
sumption; Appetite &;c.
Rheumatic Pills for Rheu Vermifuge for Worms;
nialiiin; F,ye Waler;
Rheiimalic Liniment for Croup Svrttp;
R h e ii in a l i c Sprains, Infant Cordial for Choi
bruises, burns, old sores,! ir, ic.;
Ipsins iu (be bark and Medical Sttengihcuing
limbs, Stc. Siage ilri- Planer,
vers say it is the besiSes Medical Pamphlet.
A letter of Reroinmendation fiom Professor Will
iam Tui.i.v.of Yale College, Conn., and Prof
James II, Aihsbv, late Prof, of Anatomy and
Phytiolugy, in the Albany Medical College.
The inhiciihers have known E. Y. Watson. M.
D., for several years, anJ ihey are hannv lo be
able lo state, iIiiii ever lince their acquaintance with
him, he has uniformly iitstaiued a good charactri,
not only as a member of the coniniuniiy, hut alto
at a Physician, The tttbscuberi have also been
acquainted Willi his means ol professional educa
tion, ilia manner iu which he Inn improved litem,
and wilh his ability in practice, and they etiioiTaiu
a favorable opinion of him , iu all ihi'te res or i It,
KiU'tml WILLIAM TUI.LY,
Oci.a,'37. J A MUSH, AUMSBY.
from the Iieo. S. A. A'Wrr.
Dr. K. Y. WATsoN-Sir: Having had frequent
occasion for the use of metliciiles iu my family tin
liui! Ihe la SI lew month, ami fn.... ,1.. I..
popiilatiiynf ynitr "Faintly Medicines." I was in
duced lo try them, iu pieferrnre tn employing a
nlivsiciati in mvfamilv. anil am nmu ,...s....i ...
say, that I believe your medicines as a cbm, lobe
npr,i, omj ,iiri iirrimraitoui utMV lielore tho
pulilic. Your Gouliiml lllicuinaiic Linimeni, Ver-
iiufiiie, letter Ointment, Gravel Mixture, Ami
Dyspeptic Mtxtitie, Ami BilliiiniJAgue, aud Hepa
tic Pillt. I cnnt:eive to be iiicichai;..,,. ....a
I t ni.ll.t, imrii
no furllier reciunuientlaiinn tlian a fait trial, to en
title ineir uupaiatieieo merest.
REV. S. K. KELLAM.
Vainlalia, March 28, 1810.
From the Rev. Geo. J. Barren, of the III. Conn.
Da. Watsun Sit.1 I lake nmn i.lu,,. ...
romiiiendiiig your valuable family medicines lo the
public, at tide and rerlaiu remedies for the cure of
die dieaes fur which Ihey are pretcribed. I have
tiMid anuinbei of your medicines in my family du
ring tne pun year, and, in eveiy instance, wilh Ihe
inosi entire success. From ilia repeateil attmenres
which 1 have had from a number r mu
tant-es, who have itted your iiedicines, I have un
iieniaiicy m saying tint,, in my juilgeineut, they
are decidedly itiperinr lo any prestation within my
siiuwirugr, luurs, letpet'tiiiiiy,
GEO. J. BARRETT,
VaiidaliA, HI , Aptil 8, Ib-IG.
From (he Rev, D. D. McKee, laio'patlui of the
Dr. E. Y. Watson-Dear Sir; I feel that I owe
il, nnl only lo myself, bin also lo the public, losay,
inui i nave tne iiiu nsi rniiliileiirA n i nn, ..,..
linns, and have no doubt that, in all ordinary rases,
! jruui uniiituics are ia.eu aecortiingly to your di
recliotlt. lllfv Will nerfnrm all ll,:.i un.. k....
tted. Your medicines, the efll. aryof which have
.i, n ,;nn conn
dently recommend lo others, am; The Fever and
A....a Pill. ....i . in. .
"s ' i i"i ini ngu ionic oyrup, Ami
BdlioUB Pillt. OleHllillnnni. Mlwlnra f.-.i. Sl:
I ate, G mu ami Rheumatic Liniment, smi Ami n.
- - . b-"--"-- ..........r, -UIIKII iflfX
iienlie iVlisliire . II II At..icr.i
i c; ' . iiiinutii
Vandalidu, 111., March 54. 1846.
I cheerfully concur in lit abnv remarks, made
by the Rev. D. D . McKee, with regard lo Dr. E.
Y, Wattoii's medtriuet, haviui used thu Gout and
Itheuinatic I.inimcnl, aud Sail Rheum and Teller
uiniment, with complete success, I confidently
recommend litem to the public,
ASA II AIL LF.E.
Judge of the Probate Court of Vutulalia, 111.
I have been troubled with the Dvaeuterv. which
continued ofTand on about ous year, and having
cotLiilteil tome f t Uesi physician. ', Phjdel
plus, New Oiloaiii,antl In lift city, without gelling
any relief, I concluded lo try Dr. Wat.on's medi
c.ues fur Dysentery, fcc, and in very thort time
it cured me; aud 1 now recommend li as die best
remedy 1 know of lor the Bowel Complaint.
Jwllls U, AlcMURUAy.
turner nf Third k Pine tt .St. Louis.
And four hours since, I had the Fever and A.,..
very bad for nearly fix' inoulhs. Hud Dr: tVi.,
cured me at once, aud I have never had It since. I
nave since men, tent, I should ibink, forte penons,
whn have all cxpieste.l their most emir satisfaction
they too, were tured in a vary few days. I tlo
nui itetnai to tecoimnend ur Watson's Fever and
Ague Pills to the public, as one of the best remedies
lor l evet and Ague - D. GOODFELLOW.
M. bouts, Missouri.
For Sal, by J.C. IIEM.EY.LancauerOlrin.
LancsetJuly30,ltl37. Cuil2. '
AMIIE. LARGE AND SPLENDID
Hi U W lia
Wliolcnale ami Retail.
ItEBER & EUTZ,
AREinst receiving the LARGKSTaadH AN11
SOMKST STOCK of SPRING and SUM
MER GOODS, Unit have ever been" brought to
Lancustor or that ever will be by any other firm
than theirs, uud which will be sold at the lowest
cash rates, so low that no person can look ut them
We are connected with no manufactory, no
eastern establishment, nnd thus confined to mak
ing our purchases nt one house; but huve the ad
vantage nt selecting our Goods Irom the stocks ol
all eastern Merchants aud Mtimifucturors.
We hope all, who wish to purchase chenp nnd
beautiful Goods, will first rearl the big advertise
ments, ami after laughing nt them, go and exnm
ine the little slock of Goods, that they call big!
then cull nnd see what wo have and whut we can
do for them.
Our assortment consists in part of the following
T3 PIECES OF
Of all color from $1 to tl per yard.
SO pieces plain and stripped Cassiincra from 75
cent to f t,ss
SOOdo plain, striped und barred Sattiuetts, (
rv cheao I from 37 to 75 cents tier vard
100 do Kentucky Jeans from 85 to 31 cents fur
100 do Red, White uud Yellow Flannels
150 do Dluck, Colored, Striped uud Figured
Hi bales Drown Muslins
10 cases II leached do from 6 to 121 cents
Ul bales Ticking aud veru cheap
2500 pieces ol CALICOES,
Cheaper than ever i antra before.
50 do Cashmeres, Mouslinede Lainesnnd nthor
hiney Goods for LADIES' Dresses and Clouks
50 do Ginghams, new stulc. and very desirable
A large aud beniitilul variety of S U M M E R
SHAWLS, of all sizes and ut very low prices
40 pieces Apron Cheeks, Linen and Cotton Ta-
lile Cloths, Cotton and Silk Handkerchiefs
Dress Silks; Black, colored and fig'd Hosiery
Gloves and Mitts of all kinds
Cambricks, Juccouets and every thing in the
Dry Goods line to make our assortment full and
complete, among which will be found u line vari
ety ol HOUGH uud UI.AL) I Goods
We have ulso constantly ou hand, a lurgo stock
of BOOTS tmd SHOES
Fur, Silk, Leghorn, I'ulm Leaf and Straw Hals
SrANlSil BULK LEATHER, Cotton Yurtl
Curpel Chain and Coverlid Warp
A full assortment nt
(sKOCI Jtll of all KINDS,
Cedar Churns and Tubs, Wooden 11 tickets,
Sail. &.C. &.c. &.c.
V& Come every body and luok through our
MAMMOTM TILES of Goods. We ore nlwnys
on hand uud rendy to prove to you, what is nu un
deuiublo fact, that we have more Goods, bettur
assortments nnd sell ut lower rates than any other
establishment in Lancaster. Of these fuels yon
can convince yourselves by calling ut our OLD
U'rivcv i ..: ......i- w
ox miu into, cxuiiiiuuig our sioch.
WE WISH TO PURCHASE
50,000 buwliels of WHEAT,
Any amoiint of CORN, RYE, OATS, Flux-seed,
Feathers, ami every thing ulso that the Fanners
linve for aula that is worth having. We will give
the highest prices in CASH and GOODS for the
above articles, and give MORE GOODS for the
snuio amount of u ndo, than any other house. Call
unit give us mill
Luueaster, June 4, 1847 4
GREAT WESUIOSCE MORE?
MACORACKEN tk GALBBAITH
HAVE THIS DAT COMMKKCKD RECKIVINO THE
WITHIN NINETY-FIVE DAYS.
6g) a t7 g CD CD a S2D
IS THE AMOUNT OF THIS PURCHASE.
Lancaster, July 2, 1817.
A (heater quantity than evor to be hn'tl nt
GATES & COSPEB'S.
June IS, 1847.
Married Woman' Private
BY DR. A. M. MAUIIICISAU.
PROFESIHOR OF UI8KASE8 OF WOMKN.
1 7VuVi Edition. Umo. pp. 350. Price $ 1.
83,U00 Copies sold In three Moiulitlll
f IHE great rieuiaiitl for this most important work,
JL (ol which Ihouiauds are snlditas compelled the
issue of another edition. 1 1 is intended especially
for the married, as il discloses important lerrcit;
which should be known in ilium particularly. Here
every female can discover lit causes, symptoms,
and the most elfirirnt remedies anil most certain
mode of cute, in eveiy complaint to which her sex
Married females will here learn lite art whereby
Ihey would retain their youth, vig ir, beauty, elai
lictty nfbotly, and buoyancy of spirits loan advan
ced agm instead ofbeht afflicted, us hundreds aud
thousands aro, Into v hose hautti llns book has not
yei fallen .
It is an important queition to th married why it
is that wa buhuld to many married females sickly,
debilitated, and prottrated? as alto th causes
and whether they are susceptible nf remedy. They
will here find those iaiportani mailers, cnnnecied
with discoveries iu medical and physiological ici
enee, which meet this tptestion.
This work is destined lo be in Ihe hand nf every
wife and mother who has a regard for her own
health and welfare, as well as lhaiof her husband .
The revelation contained in its pages have alrea
dy proved a bleuing to thousands.
To those yst unmarried, but cnuiemplalin; mar
nage, or,;ieiliapi, lieiitatiug as lo lite propriety of
incurring Ilia responsibilities attendant upon it, th
importance of being possessed of th revelations
contained in these pagos, so Intimately involving
their future happiness, cannot b appreciated, -
Il Is nf count impossible lo convoy more full)', in
a public journal, the various subjects treated of, as
they are of a nature strictly intended for the married
or those cnutmplatiii marriage t neither is il uccee
saiy, tine il is every one's duty lo become possess
ed uf knowledge, whereby th iitHeiings lo which a
wife, a mother, or a sitter may be subject, can be
Copies will b nt by Mall free of Postal;
Ovr ten thousand copies have been sent by mail
wilhiu dire months, with perfect safety aud certain
(y. In no instance has a rcnihtance failed to reach
ihe publisher, or th book those to whom It has been
On the receipt of One Dollar, die "Married IVo
man's- Private Medical Companion" will be sent
free af postage lo any pari nf ihe United States.
All letters mint be addressed (pon paid) to Di. A.
M. Muurice.au, Box 123-1. New Yoik City, Publish
iug Olt'ice 139 Liberty Street, New Yoik.
N. B. Th trade supplied on the otual terms.
For sal by all tiie principle Booksellers in the
United States. Agent iu Lancaster,
W. S. IlEATY, Booktelle "
August 57, 1847. . . 6ml 6
It la nk Summons
Vortale at the (laaelte Ar Express f)Hic
BLANK DEED! AND NORTGAGKB '
PRINTED on fine paper, forjaleat tha
. . Gazetteaod Uxpreisoffict'.-.-v -
The Farmer's Line!
A HEW riELZ
' ' AND ' !
Wholesale and Retail.
JOHN EmNGER & CO.
In the New Building lately erected by II.
M. Alntwortb, Dearly opposite tho
TJAVIXG lately ptirchusedthe ENTIRE NEW
11 STOCK OF GOODS of Mr. R. M. AIN3
WORTU, together wilh his lute Spring purchases, !
the citizens of Fairfield aud adjoining counties j
are solicited to cull uud exutnino our assortment,
which is uow complete. The Stock wus selected
with great euro uud wus purchased by us nt prices
below the Eastern cost, so that we will be ena
bled to sell beautiful and excellent Goods at very
reduced prices. We ure determined to please Ihe
public and we huve the means to do it. The
quality of our Stock cannot be surpassed, and for
cheapness, wo challenge competition.
Our assortment consists, iu part, of the follow
For tlic Ladies.
We huve the lurgest variety of Summer Dress
Goods ever opcued in Lancaster, aud which can
not be excelled in fluidity, cheapness or beauty of
patterns, among wlncli are
JS ii pieces of CALICOES, at prices varying
from 64 to 18 cents
Alpaccus, plain and striped
Cashmeres and Muslin de Luius
Bercgcs and Ualzurines
A lnrge assortment of Lawns,? nircii nrte stales
Scutch and Eurlston Ginghams aud Gingham
A lino assortment of Pluiu und FANCY SILK
FRENCH WORK COLLARS nnd COTTON
A lnrge nssorttnoiit of BONNET RIBBONS
LEGHORN nnd STRAW BONNETS
Cotton nnd Silk PARASOLS and Sunshades
A fine Dssoitinotnt of Summer ARTIFICIALS,
together with a general assortment of Dress Trim
mings, o&c. occ.
For the Gentlemen.
50 pieces BROAD CLOTH, nil colors & prices
iioiigii unit neiiny aim Monterey inssimeres
Superior French and English Black do
l ! (pieces pluiu, striped uud burred 8ATTI
NETS, from 25 to 7l cents per yard
3 i pieces KENTUCKY JEANS
Gold and Oxford Mixod TWEEDS
Merino Cnssimeres, plain and fnnoy Gumbroons
lirown Litieus unit Cotton DKILLINGS
Marseilles, Merino and Silk Vcstinas. &c
In addition to the ubove,we huve nlurge stock of
Such ns Brown anil Blenched Muslins, Tickings
Brown ami Blenched Sheeting from 14 to L'l
yurds witle; Cotton and Linen Bugging, &c.
Wo havo Bleached and Brown Linen Table
Cloths. Damask nnd Russia Diapers. Damask uud
mook nltisiin Lnrtuins, Connterpums, Table Co
vers. &e. Ace. &c.
All kinds of Groceries.
A large nssortmont of QUEENSWARE and
GLASSWARE, Loghorn, Puhn Len f, Silk, Fur
untl Hrnsn HATS, HOOTS und SHOES; Ladies'
Mil ontl Morocco SLIPPERS, arc. .c.
Wo nre opposed to puffing and blotting we
shall not sell our Goods ot"V than cost.'n we
ex pect to mako a living profit from them; but we
respectfully invito the public to cull and examine
our stock mul prices before purchusiiigclsewlierc,
ns we intend to rely upon the quality and prices
uf them to obtain a fair share ol patronage.
We will take in exchange fur our Goods, ull
kiiid of Country Produce,
for which wo will pay the hi-'host market orice.
Bring along your Cash and your Produce nnd cull
81 the 'TIIUKE WALNUT DOORS, whore
you will liud the best Goods unit lowest prices.
Luueaster, June 7, 13 17. .
CHEAP & CRRATBAKG AINS
G K O It G 12 L. ECKEItT,
Uf AS constantly on hand anil fur sale at his old
M M Sltiiid, on Broad-Way, three doors-South of
tno Murket llouso, n geuertil assortment uf
Miinilliicttirud by experienced work
men and of tho most modem styles;
IV A life .Ift. , a z-i "l
til II HiWIHVMIMM
;( 1 K0CK1AG CHAIKS:
Solus, Sociables, Divans, Ottomnus
Centre, Pier, Curd, Dressing, End, Dining and
Teu TABLES, 0
Dressinfr. French nnd Plain mini VH
Wanlroues, Withstands, Lockers, WorksUnds,
FUKNGII, AND HIGH AND LOW rOHT
And all ether articles in his lino thin mny ho
called lor. His work will lio nnule of the best
materials aud finished in a neat mnl .luml.lu mm..
nor. Having a large and select stock on hand he
win uispese oi me sunieui reuueeu prices, aud us
low us any man sells urlicles ol cotml quulity ut
A NEW HEARSE,
with a flue Horso und llurtiess, cnlculuted for the
purpose, aro always iu renduies to nttoutl fuller.
ills. All Cofluis niRtlo to onlor Tho subscriber
will promptly attend funerals nny whore in the
r, i. i... . .. .
oniiiy wun nis nutirso iree oi extra olmrge; and
all his charges will bo at reduced prices.
Tho subscriber returns his crnlnfiil thanks to
his old customers and respectfully solicits a eon-
wiititiiice ui ineir pniruiiage.
GEORGE L. ECKEItT.
Lancaster, February 5, 1847. 3!
U00T Al SlIOMKli.
REED & BAUGII1MAN
OULD most respectfully inform their old
friends and the public generally, that they
till continue the manufacture ol
BOOTS & SHOES
H.'- AT THEIR
iu Shawk'a Row, and opposite Burv & Hock's
Drug Store, whore they will be pleased tn wait
on uu who may luvor thorn with a call, i hey
llattcr themselves that upon examination, Iheir
work will recommend itself, us th- y keep nono
but tho host and most experienced workmen.
Thoir work is warranted to bo made in the best
uiul most lusluonublo stylo, of which, tho follow
ing articles comprise a part:
LADIES Kid SLIPPERS,
do. Preach Morocco Buskin,
Goat Morocco STRAP SHOES.
A boy from 14 to 15 voars of aire, will bn taken
to lourn tho above busiuess.of good moral character
mul ul miluslt'ioui lialnts. INoneotlieMg'etl apply
REED & BAUG1IMAN.
Lancaster, May 28, 1847. 3
MSMALLEY has just received a lot orFlXE
. FUR, CLOTH and OIL SILK CAPS,
which will he sold at very low prices. Cull at the
old auiud, oo Greeno's Corner, wesj of the Court
Lancaster, Octobers, 1816 2;!
BLANK DEEDS, neatly printed bn th
best of paper, for sale at this olTtce
For Cash and Produce Only.
Wholesale and lietail. !
ANOTHER TREMENDOUS ARRIVAL OF
CANAL Boots laid aside and Railroads used for
bringing Goods to the 1 . . ,
in the shortest time that any stock war ever deli
vered in the Slate. Tho Great Western patron
izes the lightning lines, bi.ying Good oftener,
receiving them quicker audseUuigaifer than ali
Not only the Eastern Cities of the Uuitod State
have sent their share, but the whole World has
contributed its portion to inuke our stock in every
respect what the citizens of Ohio wish HAND
SOME. FASHIONABLE and CHEAP. ,
JAMES C. MACCRACKEN having connected
himself with WORK GALBRA1TII, under the
firm of MACCRACKEN & GALBRAITH. and
still owning part of one of the most extensive
wholesale Stores . in New York and the lurgest
manufacturing establishments in thcUnited States,
they are receiviug a larger lot of Goods than ever
was brought, even lo Ihe Great Western.
On the 10th of May. the Store Room aud Street
were blockaded with our boxes.
Our manufacturing establishment, a usual, has
supplied us with every variety of American inan
ulactured DRY GOODS, furnishing us with Cloths,
which we are enabled to sell nt least 50 cents on
the yard less than any other Merchant can buy
Our Stock of CASSIMERE8, SATTINETS,
TWEEDS und CALICOES cannot be be equalled,
cither iu prices or style.
The Steamships, Sarah Sands and Caledonia,
which brought the lust fuvoruble account of con
tinued good prices for Grain and Flour, brought
for ns, direct from Europe, an unusually large
stock of handsome fusliiuuuble DRESS GOODS
fur the LADIES and for the GENTLEMEN
every variety of latest styles.
We have another vety lnrge stock of BROWN
MUSLINS and being of our own make, notwith
standing the advance in the price of those Goods
iu tho Eust, persons, who buy at the Great Wes
tern, say that muslins are cheap as ever, whilo
those that goto other stores will contend they
uever were so high priced.
Our BLEACHED MUSLINS, being also from
our own manufactory, we can warrant their final
ity, and our prices nny one can see are the low
est. Indeed, all who wish to buy goods made
11. o... .:n ' . ... .1 . ...
ill iu? milieu owwm win hiniu uscerujiu, tiiai II
they wish to buy them cheap, they must go to
the Great Wc'lem.
We have ticking, nt 12j cents per yard, that
is better thnn ever sold in Ohio ut 18 j.
Our STOCK OF CALICOES never was larg
er nnd nil entirely new styles, ns ull know that,
until wo received this last stock, we hud scarce
ly a tlrcss pattern in the house.
We huve neurly 5000 pieces, ovar 200 diner
ent patterns, anion;; them a beniitilul rich Gin".
hum print, only 18 cents per yard a style of
uoous uiwuys nereuyore sold at JI to 87 4 cents.
The very handsomest American print at Man
ufacturer's prices, only 124 cents per yurd.
The handsomest blue aud orange prints ever
The variety of our dress goods is unusually
large a very lurge stock of both English and
Black, & white Scotch Ginehams. elieiiner thnn
ever known iu the West. Gingham Lawns and
Muslin Ginghams, Madder colored Lawns, Rose
bud Sic., the very lutest style. Monterey nnd
Buena Vista dress goods, very rich and beautiful
entirely new, but 20" days from Englund. Best
Bombaziues, Vunitiuu Organdies, Striped Pluid
A very lnrge stock of Ribbons, every variety
of style, all the lntest intonations, customers cuu
and must wuke up we sell thorn so cheap.
LADIES AND MISSES BONNETS Florence
braid Bonnets at any price.
A splonded assortment of Spring and Summer
Ladies French work Collars, unusually cheap
Glove and milts, every variety nnd price.
Lyms Cranes a beautiful and now stvle ennds
A very .'urge stock of SUMMER 8HA WLS till
1 :.'.. 1 rv... - -. m. ...
ueiiiiiiiui iUHiiuiere, u i-.cot e, nioiiHltn de Lam,
and twisted Silk Shawls, ol first quality.
LADIE'S SLIPPERS and Shoes of every kind,
black and Bronr.o G AITERS, HALF GAITERS,
Bootees, &c., ull purchased of Ihe iniiniilnctnren.
Hosiery of every color und quality some as low us
iu cents a pair, yi'iule 011'i blnck cotton.
PARASOLS Giuuhum and Silk Puinsolel.
For theGentlanioii we have a of little everything,
German, French, American uud west or England
Fancy Tweeds, Gumbroons, Linens, Nankeens
Cumberland plaids, Pusin Checks, Rinezold sinele
mill Cassiuneres ami many other varieties, for
ueutlonieii summer puiils liiucy cnssimeres,
utiicK cnssimeres. Uur ussortmeut ol coi
is unusually lnrire.
Croton coatings, Ermiuett do. Mazurka do.
Gold mixed Tweeds, all wool, very low, Amazon
Silk warp Codiitgtons nil beniitilul.
Lasting cord, an entirely new article for gen
Tweeds from 25 cents pur yard up.
Men's best culf boots men's slippers und shoos
ui every tinu.
Vesttngs of any kind from 12 cents per yard
Pulm loul'llats ut lower prices than ever before
were uruugntiu tne west.
Leghorn huts eipiully chonp.
Curpct Chain, colored aud white.
Coverlid Yum best cotton yuru, loug reel only,
Indigo of best quality.
Our stock of GROCERIES is unusually lurco
and were purchased, at New Orleans, ut the low
est prices- Our cotlce is ul the best quulity Rice
uiwuys on baud.
Wn are determined that the Greut Western
and the Goods sold by the Great Western shall
speak for themselves. All we usk is that all, who
wish to buy Goods cheap for ready pay, will cull
at our establishment, see our constantly chungiug
varieties and ask prices.
We nre always the first to raise the price of
vti-uiu uuu iiiu nisi to pin 11 lower.
Any quality of CASH ulwnyson hand for Far
mer's Produce, and Wuggous unloaded ut our
Ware-house without any work of the Farmer,
Come,,t hen, evory hotly to the Groat Western.
MACCRACKEN & GALBRAITH.
Lanriister. Muy 14th, 1847. 1
THE DAILY NATIONAL HI1IO,
IS piiulitheil in the City of Washington, every
day, at 3 o'clock, P. M. Sunday excepted
and served to luhsciihrrs iu Ihe City, at the Navy
Yaid, iu Georgetown, in Alexandria, aud in Balti
more, the same evening at fit cents a week, paya
ble to ihe Sole Agent lor the Whig.G, L. Gillchresi,
Kst or his order. It is also mailed lo any pari of
ihe United States for $1 per annum, or S3 for sis
innnths, payable in advance.
Advertisements of ten lines or less inserted one
lime for 50 cemi, two times for 75 cents, three times
for $1, on week for $1 75, two weeks for3 75,
on month $4, iwo mouths $7, Ihree months $10,
six inonlhi $16, one year $30 payable always iu
The National Whig is what iis name indicates,
il spunks the sentiments of the Whig party of the
Union on every fuest ion of public policy. Ii ad
vocates the election in Ihe Presidency of Zachary
Taylor,subjectiotha decision of a Whig National
Convention, h makes war lo the knife upon all
the ineaMirn ed acts of me Administration deem
ed lob avert to the interests of the comurv. and
expose without fear or favor ihe coriiipiiom of the
party in power. Its columns nieopeu to every man
in th country, for ihe discussion of political or any
other questions. .
In addition to politics a large space In ihe Na
tional Whig will o devoted to the publication up
on Agriculture,- Mechanics, and oilier useful arts.
Science in general, Law, Medicine, Statistics &.C.
A weekly lilt of the Patent issued by th Patent
Ollic will likewise be published the whole for
ming a comploie lamily newspaper. i -
l lie Weekly National Whig.
One of lit largest nawsapers in th United Staler,
is made up from th columns of the Daily Nation
al Wbij, and is published every Saturday for the
low price of $) per annum, payable in advance.
A double sheet of eight pages will b given whenev
er th press of matter shall justify It.
Th memoirs of General Taylor, written express,
ly lor the National Whig, are in eouise of publica
tion. They commented with the second number,
large number of copies of which have been piin
led to supply calls for back numbers.
' CHAS. W. FENTON.
Proprietor of National Whig.
Washington, July Hi.-6uil0 $5,&sx. daily ly
Important irom the South.
jLATE AND LARGE ARRIVAL OP
Telegraph Un e a
nlNIICAD Si. DOT",
WHOLESALE AND KETAIt ' '
Q& GD CE3 SB Qi
HAVX JUST RIXEIVKD FRO THK So0TH,A,LAROC
STOCK of GKOCEKIES, &c.
among which may be found, ,
New Orleans SUG A R, Indigo and Madder 1
Loaf - do. - Alum and Copperas.
Rio and Java COFFEE, Clove and Cinnamon) '
I'luntation Molasses, Nutmegs and 8tarch ' ' '
8ngar House do. Camwood and Logwoodf
Rice and Raisins, Salaratns and Whiting
Cav. and Spun Tobacco, Span.iSpan&comSegar
6 Twist do. No. 1, White Lead and Oil
Pepper and Spice, . . : powder, Shot and Caps-
Mucnepfl and Ilerrnig Wrapping Puiter
White Fish and Blind k'ul.L.. t",.i J . t....li..
Teas and Chocoluto. , Tipes, Soap, &c,
Coustautly 011 hand by the Barrel or ponud
PICK. - ; .
Wa have mniln urrantnfiia fiii itntiaaH t
1 1 n vwtiiiHiiii ftU
regular supply of LAKE FISH, which will com
mcua w ainve as soon as me uanai is openetl
North. Citizens nl' Fuli-r,..!.! 1.,1- ;,. .1.:.
- ,wv (ii u. .ma ruiu
liehmeut heioro you purcljas. and you will tare
Mi.ucj. .nut ioa jneajan - ana do Hum bur.
l.tiiiMiatakt Palinn.H. Ofi Inst " .
WHO now complains of ill health, or lalks of
heavy doctor bills, when comfort, ease, peace
and health, are brought with "HI B BARD'S FA M
ILY PILLS, lo aluioM every town or hamlet in
REV. B "HIBBARD," ihe proprietor of these
excellent Fcgetable Jinti Jiiliout Pills haviuC been
in the practice nf testing ihe power of medicine on
ihe sick for the InM tliiny years, presents with con
fiilence this almost sovereign remedy (or the worst
cases of Chronic Dispeptia, Coslireness, Ditpeplie
Cannmplion, Bilious Cholie, Erysipelas, Iihema
tism, Sick Headache, Piles, Urer Complaint, Dyt
ciliary, Nervous Debility, Palsy, Pleurisy, Worms
and many other diseases which the human family
are ifflicted, and asks that ha may have the privilege
ofoffroiliiig relief loth suffering millions, by Ihe
use of his extraordinary specific . To prevent fraud
Ihey are sold alone by regularly authorised agents
whose names will be published in the county paper
Auekts for Fairfiki.d Couktv
Bury It Berk, Lancaster; C 1 Wibon & Co, Rush
ville; N B Coulson Ic Co, Wen Rushvillet S li
liC Padcn, New Salem; J Kettter, Milleisnorl;
F, Geohrgan, Baltimore; II il J Leonard, Basil
David (Ioldrrtnan, Amantla; J M Stage, Lock
hum .-Rnnert Cloud, Lithnpolii; S S Rinse I, Pick
eritiglou. I W and F A Thompson, Canal Win
P S Country Agents ran al vays obtain a new
supply of the a Dove medicine ai Bury nnd Beck's
December 20, 18-16 '2Sy
COMPOUND SYRUP OF
LIVERWORT AND TAR.
ASA FE and certain CURE for CON"U 1 P
TION of die LUNGS, Spitting of BLOOD,
Coughs, Colds,Asihma, Pain iu the Side, Bronchi
lis, Whooping Cough, aud ALL PULMONARY '
Certificate of Dr. Wm.J. Richards a,tccll knoten
practitioner of more than twenty years standing.
To all whom il may concern, 1 make th follow
ing siatemeni; Conscious that it may appear un
professional, it is only from a perlecl conviction and
thorough knowledge of the essential benefit and
scientific origin of the prepaiatiou spoken of that I
leel constrained from a sens ol duty lo comply
with the request of the proprietor.
I am a most juveteiale oppnier of quarks and
quack mrdiciues in any lorm, and mol fully coin,
cide with ihe clauses in th Code of Ethics lately
adoped by the Medical Convention of Ohio 'relating
particulady lo thai tubjecl It may therefor be in
ferred that it is only from personal experiment wilh
the preparation, and a positive assurance of iis
beneficial iriults, that induces me lo recommend it
as being all that it represents itself to be.
The patient, Mr. Charles Wade, Sixih street,
Markei Space, whom I allowed to try the nec!of
th medicine, (Jbut which 1 would have done under
nocoutii!eratiou whatever had 1 not seen a copy of
the receipt from which the medicine" is prepared,
obtained from th agent, and which I am satisfied
is auihentio,) was quite low wilh the early stages
of pulmonary consumption, foi which I had been
:ieaiiiig in ihe usual manner, though with less than
my usual success; at his earnest request, aud that
ol his friends, I examined the leceipl, and wa
sufficiently satisfied nf its scientific composition lo
allow the trial, and Iain obliged to confess its effect
was at least surprising, inasmuch that after ihe con
sumption of the second bottle my professional visits
eie discontinued, though I frequently saw my pa
tientafierwards, restored to peifect health.
I'l'.e preparation is railed "Dr. Rogers' Coin
pound Syrup of Liverwort and Tar;" aud from th
examination ofth receipt and Ihe success hi my
own experiment, I tlo conscientiously lecnnuneud
it as a useful aud valuable mrtlicuie; and I should
uise my brother practitioners to procure Ihe receipt,
as 1 leel convinced ihey will agree wilh me as lo its
excellence, and will no doubt use it in their prac
tice, as 1 shall most certainly tin, believing it to be
a most valuable aid in pulmonary cases that baffle
the ordinary mode of treatment, ' "
WM.J. RICHARDS, M.D.
Cidcinnati, On. 1, 1844.
ASTONISHING CURE! !
Of Mrs. Bksj. Smith, living on tha north side ns
Ann street, one square north of the Cincinnati Hof
This ii io certify that my wife was attacked with
a violent rough, which seuled on her lungs and re
duced her so low lhat her physician could do no
more for her. She exhibited precisely the same
symptoms as my daughter did before her death (sit
having died with the same disease) anil all our
friends were convinced she would live out a
short lime longer. I wasni this lime recommended
to try Dr. Rogers' celebrated Syrup of Liver
wort anil Tar. With little or no hopes, 1 procured
a bonle of the agent in this city, and upon return
ing I found my wife absolutely strangling with bet
cough. I commenced giving large dotes a tea
spoonful every hour, for forty eight boors which
raised her as by a miracle, (have since admiais
lered it iu small doses, which hat brought her to
lite use of ihe fourth bottle, and ihe is now doinc
her house-work ,88 usual. 1 have not the slightest
doubt (hat she would have been in her grave bul for
this invaluable medicine; and 1 return my sincere
thanks lo ih eminent inventor of it, anil do most
urgently recommend all pertent afflicted wilh any
disease of the lungs iu give it a trial .
1 certify thai my husband's itatement of ins ease v
above, is strictly correct iu every particular, and
most cordially join him in grateful thanks for the
benefit I nave derived from this valuable medicine.
Cincinnati, Feb. 13th, 1845. .
A. L.SCOVILL Wholesale Agent for iho
West anil South! Southeast corner alSih and Race
Streets, Cincinnati, Ohio.
J he above valuable medicine are also for sale at
BURY & BECK, Druggists.
Lancaster, June 4, 1847. ., -, . Ty33.
THE firm of J.C. Maccrucken haviug dissolv
ed, J. C- Muccrackeii associatine hiinseU
with Work Gulbrailh uud John Muccrackei tak
ing charge of the account and book of J. & JIT
C. Maccrucken and J. C. Maccrucken, notics in
hereby given to all those iudebtod that immediate
payment must be made. . . . .,
All accounts unsettled uud all notes Uupnid on
the I5th day ef June next will be left in the
bunds of proper officer lur collection. -
John Maccrucken will always be limn.1 nt th
counting room of Maccrucken & Galbraith,
. . J. MACCRACKEN.
Lancaster May 10th 18-17.
IV. 8. IlEATY,
Bookseller ami Station?!
One door west of the Hocking Valley Bank,
MAIN STREET LANCASTER OHIO.
KEEPS constantly on nand, a large assortment
--Tr n, , 7 " wm aim OCUOOl DOOR
Also Blank-books, Stationary etc, 4.6. of everr
descrintion. A II nf u,nk t 1.1 . '
. .-.-v. - ...ii uiu at prices
s moderate aa those of any establishment its
Central Ohio. i .
Lancaster June 25. 1847. j.y'7.
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