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' Jadge Sharkey.who ii re-elected Chief
of the Court of Appeals, is a Whig, and
his re-election isa great triumph of princi
ple. The New Orleans Bulletin says he
has always been the open and fearless
enemy of repudiation, which he has de
nounced in the severest terms, contend
ing that the only honorable course for the
State to pursue, was to recognize her
debt, and at once impose the needful tax
es to meet the interest, and finally re
deem the principal.' ' '
" He ban! nlan hon ilnmllv hostile to all
the legislative efforts to destroy the debts
lue to the banks, by compelling those in
stitutions to sell out their claims at pub
lic auction, or by throwing legal obstruc
tions in the way of their recovery.
The whole of the question was fully
before the people the election entirely
hanging upon it, ond we offer our sincere
congratulations to the good people of Mis
sissippi, on the result.
It is well understood, that the numer
ous decisions in the lower courts, in favor
of just debts, will now all be confirmed
in the high court of appeals, which the
debtors fondly hoped they would evade,
had Judge Shorkley Leon defeated.
The New York Tribune takes the
name view of Mr. Clay's seventh resolu
tion as we do. It considers it us oppos
ed to the extension of slavery in any ter
ritory which may be annexed to the Un
ion, and claims him therefore, as a Wil
mot Proviso man. National Whig.
t3?Tho Cincinnati Chronicle, a Scott
"Whin- nnnnr anvs. that all "nersons will
read it Mr. Clay's speech, with the
greatest interest, as tho exposition of the
sentiments of an American Statesman
who (independent of allbeaiingH) has sge
abilities, experience and large acquain
tance with the interests and character of
his country.". '
t.i t- i.- en : 1
nT" A ueru la tt uuuy ui iuoailuu iuu-
cers who call themselves the Rancheros
of the Poisoned Lance, because they
carry poisoned weapons. . They have
hitherto taken good care not to be found
in any of tho battles, except that of Ali
lixco, at which some of them were cap
tured. Their fate may be imagined.
Dr. Taylor'! Balsam of .Llrtrwort.
The discovery or lliia article will undoubtedly
confer upou tlie liumau lumily the greatest bless
ing llmt the inventive genius and labors of innn
have ever conferred upou suffering Immunity in
any age of the world; until tin's remedy was dis
covered, the Consumption wns considered the ,
certain destroyer of a lurge portion of the human
ruco, seizing the youth the middle aged, and the
old indiscriniiuutoly, and plunging them in an un
timely grave. ' Who has not beheld with sorrow
the blooming Girl, aud the young Mini who but
few mouths beforc,promised to muke ornaments
tn society and the world, nipped, as it were, in
the bud, and consigned to the world of spirits,
just as they were appearing upon the stage of ac
tion. - fortunately for suffering humanity, the dis
covery of this medicine has st' iirk from the cata
logue of Diseuses the terror of the most horrible
inuludy that ever withered the hopes of man.
Hundreds are now living in good health thatcou
sumption seemed to have marked for an early
grave, who owe their preservation to the use of
Korsuleby Bury & UecK Lancaster; o. h.
Mreller, Somerset: C. O. Wilson, East Rushville;
S. Clayton West Rushville; D. Holdermau. Amau
da; C. & N. L. Olds, Circleville: S. Buchwulter,
Dullsville. Ross comity, R. & M, A. Pnltersen,
Adelphi Ross Co., Friend & Amtistiiing, South
Perry, Douglass & Lausiug, Chillicuthe; F. F.
The best Mechanical Paper in the World.
; THE "SCIliNTlFIC AMERICAN,"
Published at l'-'8 Fulton St., New York, is admit
, ted by all to be the best Mechanical
publication in the World. -
IT lias attained a larger circulation than all the
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mmhinnl mid possesses such facilities for obtain
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; Kwvli number contains from FIVE to SEVEN
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Round volumes of the Scientific American con
taining 416 pages of choice reading matter anil
illustrated with more than 3(0 engravings of new
inventions, for side at the office. Price $2,75.
New York. December 3, 1347. 30
A T mv instance, a writ of attnchmeiit was
f this duy issued by H. B. Apt, a Justice of
the 1'eace tor Liberty township, riurtield Comity,
Ohio, against the Goods, Chattels, Rights. Credits,
Moneys and Effects of James W. Mulleuix, un
absconding debtor. :
- L. HELMICK'.
i November 30, 1847. 4w30"
State of h(o, .iFafvficlil County.
Court of Common Pie a Petition for Partition
Maria Heimberoar vt, Daniel Dumbach and Cath
erine his Wife, Margaret Shuhman, Bottne
and Susannah his Wife, all of Fairfield county.
Ohio, and Lawrence Shuhinan,Jucob Shuhinuii,
Gertrude hhulimim, and Michael Woll and Bar
bara his Wife, of Germany.
t HE above named Delendants will take no.
tice. that a petition wns filed against them
on the lllh day of September, A.ID. 1847. in the
Clerk's Office of the Court of Common Pleas for
said conntv. and is now penduiz, wherein tho ne
titionor demands partition of, aud the assignment
of dower in, to the said Margaret Slnthman,'of the
following described properly of which the said
Henry Shuhman died seized and possessed, to-wit:
In-Lot number one, (1) in the Town of Basil.aud
sixteen leet off the North side of In-Let number
two, (2) in same place.
. Said cause will be heard at the next Terra of
By MARTIN & EFFINGER,
Attornryt for Demandant.
November 26, 1847. 6w!i!)pf$3,50
OF all kinds cheaper than ever nt
.- GATES & COSPER'S.
June 18,. 1847, .
NOTICE is hereby given, that a petition will
be presented to the Commissioners of Fair
held county, Ohio, nt their next meeting, for a
location und establishment of a county road, run
ning from tho town of Lockville. east on the town
ship line of Violot and Bloom, or as near said line
is a road can be made, to intersect the road lead
ing hum Jefferson to Somerset, at or near the
bridge accross Holmes' ran.
Lockville, November, 5, J847.'".' 4w36 "
LANCASTER, Friday, December 3, 1847.
flOllRHCTSO WKKXLI If KIKKI1D POTT.'
Wheat, ........... 80 i Potatoes 85
Dried Apples,... SO
Clover Seed.... 3 25
White Boans C2A
Shot,..., 1 75
Powder, 6 25
Giugur 12 j
Salurutus, . .'J
White Fish,... in 10
I'ickoral 17 OU
Cav. Tobacco,. 1433
Kentucky do ...7faS
By Telegraph For the Zanesville Courier.
Cincinnati, November 30 8, P. M.
Flour Sales at 4,93 Whkat Is quoted'
0 cents Cohn Sales ut SOcts.j Oats at 20c.
Whiskm Sulesiu barrels ut 17J cents.
Moi.assis Sales of New Orleans at 28 cents,
ftiOAn Sales inferior to prime N. O. at 44:l8
Corfu Rio moves off at 8Jcts., for prime.
Hooj $3 23 is asked; $3,UI)'3 121 is offered.
The market is dull. : . .
. Pork Mess No. 1 is held u: $10, and prime
at $8,00, wilhout sales.
Laud A prime article realized 6 cents. A lot
of green Hams sold at 5 cents. '
Pittsburgh. November 3071 P. M.
, Eight feel wuter in the channel and falling.
Flo en Tho receipts are light with moderate
sales at previous prices. The Grain market is
unchanged and at a stand. Provisions and Gro
ceries are unchanged. Bl'TTKR Sales of Keg at
a 4 10 cents. No change generally to reHrt.
Philadelphia, November 30 7 P. M.
Flouii Moderate sales of Western ut $6,68.
Extra brands moved oft at $6,75.
Corn Mkai. Sales at $3,121.
Whkat Sales 50 000 bushels prime Red Wes
tern at 135c, and of prime White at 1 10 cents.
No chunge in other articles usually reported.
Zanksvillk, December 1.
We quote Wheut at 90c; Flour at $5,00 S $5
50; Corn 20-225cts; Oats IS'S'lScts Courier.
BurFAi.Oi November 24. '
The market is dull: liltlo doing in either Flour
or Wheut. Some 400 or 500 bbls Michigan sold
for $4,C2l. Or Corn, 4300 bushels in three hits,
went at 42 43 ceuts.
Ciiii.licothh, Deceember 1.
The price of Wheat is 90 ceuts, Four retails ut
$5.00. Corn 20 in the ear, 25 cents; shelleihOats
25c; Barley 4015c: Flaxseed 7075c; Beans
502)62c: Lard. 62161 cents; Bacon, Hogs round,
6 eta. A few hogs sold from $22,25 Gazette.
- Lancaster Institiilu.
There will be a meeting of the Lancaster In
stitute on Friday evening the 3rd iust., ut the
Town Hall. .
John Garaghty, Esq., will deliver a Lecture on
the subject of" Astronomy."
Alter which the tollosviug question will be dis
cussed. "It Conicirnee inatet"
J. Work, Sen., Atfiimative A. McVeigh, Neg.
' Tho citizens generally aro respectfully invited
II. C. WHITMAN, rrosident.
CHARLES SLADE Secretary.
Deceniber 3. 1847.
tyIfyou have a Cough or Cold or sore Throat,
go to Dr. Scott's and got some of Howe & Cos
Cough Candy. It has gained a greater reputa
tion than any medicine ever offered to the public
If it dues not cure you, you can get your money
See advertisement. ,
JOHH EFFINGER & CO.
HAVING now received from New York, I'hil
delphia and Baltimore, their
Large and well asssorted Slock of
LULL 1 Will GOODS,
Are now prepared to offer the citizens of Fairfield
and ndjoining counties, the most extraordinary
inducements for the purchase of CHEAP Goods
ever offored in this county. .
Just received and now opening n splendid as
sort of Terkcri, Plaiu and Einbr'd Thibbet,Voul
and Cassimere ,
6U V, V i ffiJl S3 O
A lurge assortment of Ladies' ORESS Goods.
Uilcst ttylc$ and warrunted colors, consisting of
Mousliu and Grape tie I. nines, Cashmeres, La
ma, Plaids, Puramattas, Satin, Sn iped and Silk
Warp Alpacas, of all colors. .
2000 Pieces of CALICOES,
o; all colors,
100 nieces of Satinets and Joans, Plain, striped
and Bar'd. A large and superior lot
which we can sell at from $1,50 to $5 per yard,
Pluid Liuseys, Gala Plaids, White. Red and
10 Bales Brown Muslin and Sheetings, from 4-4
to 6-4 wide
100 Pieces Bleached do. do 3-4 to 6-4
00 do Tickings from 6.J to 20c per yurd
A large assortment of
en i.x.i a- quEEJ& uii:i:
CLASS AND STONEWARE. ..
Looking Calasscs, all prices.
Our stock is full and complete, embracing eve
ry variety of Goods, aud have been selected with
the greatest caro nud at the very lowest cash
prices. We would invite the attention ofpersons
coming to Lancaster to buy Cheap Goods at whole-
tale or retail, to call aim uxamiuo our stock, well
assured that we can oiler them bettor Goods, ut
lower prices, than any other house in town.
All kinds of COU.VNtl" PRODUCE taken
ill exchange for Goods,
.10,000 Bushels of Wheat,
For which the Cash is alwnys ready.
JOHN EFFINGER & CO.
Lancaster, December 3, 1847. 30
Fairfield Common Pleas.
Administrator of Jacob Van Buren, vt. Widow
PETITION TO SELL LANDS.
BY virtue of an order of the Court of Common
Pleas to me directed in this case, I will ex
pose at public sule before the court house door of
said county, on . ,
Tuesday the SStli day of Deccmlicr, 1847,
between the hours of nine o'clock A. M und four
o'clok P. M..the following Lauds situate in said
couiiiy, ui-wii; .
Part of the Southeast Quarter of Section No. 24.
Township No. 14. Range No. 18, beginning at the
Southwest corner of said Quarter Section; ll ence
North along the half Section line 70 poles to a
post; tlieuce East 22 poles 21 links to a post;
thence Smith 70 poles to the South boundary line
of suid Section; thence along said line West to
the place of begining. containing TEN ACRES.
Also, a part of the West half of the Southeast
Quarter of said Section No. 24, Township No. 14,
Range No. 18, being all the remainder of suid
Westhair, after taking off 19 Acres on the East
side of said West hall: and ten Acres out of the
Southwest oorner of said West half, said balance
hereby meant to be described and which was own
ed by the decedent, estimated to contain 49 14-100
Acres more or less, and being the same Land con
veyed to decedent by Duvid Eversole and Wife
by deed, November 29, 1841.
All of said Lauds to he sold subject to the dower
Estute of Lydia Van Buren, widow therein, aud
appraised subject to said dower Estate at $360.
Terms Olio-third in bund and the balance in
one and two yeaix, with intercot from day of sale.
. HENRY KWUT, Adm'tor
Of the Estate of Jacob Van Buren, deceased.
k November 26, 1847. . 5w29pf$4,5Q
Call and Seci
GATES it COSPER have just received a new
supply of those line WATCH ES which they
are selling at such prices as will astonish every one.
Tallrtiadge House, October 22, 1847.. ' , . . .
Grocer leu cheaper than ever,
AT THE NEW STORE,
ONE DOOR EAST OF THE SWAN HOTEL.
If lbs PriineN.O. Sugar for.... ..$1,00
10 " do . Rio CoHee $1,00
-. do N, O. Molasses per gal. 40
Prime ankle Teas per lb 50. 75 Si, $1 00
Choice Brands ol Brandy, Gin & Wines '
Also just received LAttGE LOT of the most
CHOICE, Slid common Shawls, Alpaccns, Cliiutzs
&c. Also Otter, common Fur, Cloth and Uluzed
Caps, Boots, Shoes aud Brogaus.
10 pieces choice carpeting also choice rugs.
T. V. WHITE.
November 28, 1847. 30-tf
PORK."The subscriber is prepared to sail
a FEW HUNDRED bender hogs,,
. For Sale 1000 Barrels of Salt.
T. V. WHITE.
Nov. 28, 1817 ' 23-tr
For IteiYiVTrr 7""
T11W0 good lariiis near the mouth of Mouduy
J. creek and llie Hocking cannl. For terms
apply to John T. Brasue V(. at Lancaster.
. . . SAMUEL F. VINTON.
Athens. Nov. 18, 1847. , 29. .
SALE Or REAL ESTATE
,, ORDER OF COURT.
V virtue of an order of Sale tn me directed'
by the Court of Common Pleus fur Fair"
nud County, Ohio, at its September Term, A. D'
1U 17, 1 will as the guardian of Louisa and Harris
sou, minor children of Harrison Delliuger do
ceased, offer and expose to Sale by public vendue
aud outcry on the premises in Walnut Township,
Fairfield County, Ohio, on
Saturday the 1st Day of Jantiarjr, 1848.
between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 3
o'clock P. M. of that day, to the highest bidder
the following described Real Estate: SiUiatn in
Walnut Towimhip, in said County; being part of
the North West quarter of Sec No, 10, Township
No. 16, and Range No. IB, beginning at the South
East corner of suid quarter Section, thence West
160 perches aud 14 links to the South West cor
ner, thence North 47 perches and 17 links to a
post in the East quarter Section liue; thence
south 47 perches and 17 links to the pluceof be
ginning, containing forty-eight acres. Terms of
Sale, oiie-iiflh of the purchase money ill hand, and
the residue in live years from day of sale! Inter
est to be pan! annually, uud tho Ueterreu pay
ments to be secured by a mortgage un the prem
ises. DAVID RANK.
November 26. 1847. 29-"td
IthcuiHnt ism's Friciil.
rrMIE genuine Indiu Rubber Porous Strength
J ing Plaster a certaiu remedy for Rlieumu
tisin. in either the back, breast, side or limbs, as
well as internal weakness, which not all the wealth
ufJoun Jacob Astor can equal. The above is for
saleoy UKUKUK KAUFMAN, Agent.
Lancaster Nov. 26, 1847. 3w29.
Latest from Carroll!!
L A MPS' LAMPS!
GATES & COSPER are prepared to Enlighten
the towu of Lancaster uud surrounding coun
try, bv tho nrnvul (via Carroll,) ol a hue assort
ment of Solar Stand Lamps swinging and side
do., fluted candlesticks. &c. &c.
N. B Extra (ilubes, Monies uud Chimneys at
ways on liuncl.
Lancaster, November 4, 1B47. 26.
Estate of John Lear.
NOTICE is hereby given, that the subscriber
has been appointed and duly qualified as
Executor of the Estate of John Lear, deed, late
of Fairfield county Ohio.
HARVICK LEAK, Executor.
November 5, 1837. 4w26.
flABLE, Desert and Tea Spoons. Salt, Mus
JL tard and Cream do. Butter Knives Sec. also
the Real German Silver Table & Tea Spoons,
For Bale by GATES &, COSPER.
June 18, 1817. - .
Looking' iilax I'late. .
GATES & COSPER, (in the Talhnadge House)
are prepared to furnish Looking Glass Plates
of all sizes, from 8 by 11) inches to 15 by 26 inches,
at very low prices.
Lancaster, June 25 1847. 7
Estate of John (aiiinore.
NOTICE is hereby given that the subscriber
litis been appointed and qualified us Admin
istrator no the Estate of John Git.mork, deceased.
luto of Walnut Township. Fairfield County .Ohio
UEOIlur. U1I.MOKE, Adin'lor.
November 5, 1847 4w26
L Cutlee, Kit e, Molassei, Chocolute, Teas, Su-
gar, New Orleuiis, Havana, Ike. All of the very
tiuest quulity, constantly on hand, and for sale by
1JU1U & UrJCK.
Luucasicr.July 9, 1847. 9
Estate of Wendell Strenlz.
IV OTICE is horeby given, that the subscribers
1 V have been uppoiutedund duly qualified as Ad
ministrators of the Etule of Wknukix Stiikxtz,
deceased, lute of Fuirficld enmity. Ohio,
JOHN 1IEBEKLING, . , ,,
MARTIN BISH, Aj,n tnn
November, 19, 1847. 4w28 .
'I HAVE FOUND IT.' Eureka.
CONSUMPTION CAN BE CURED
Dr. Duncans Kxpecloroiit Rtineily.
Cincinnati, O., March 3d 1847.
Dear Sir: This is to certify to the public, par
ticularly to those alHicted with a disease of the
Lungs, or Consumption, tlmt in the Spring of
JlHJ i was uunciteu with n severe cold, which
soon became scuted upon my Lungs, showing ull
the symptoms of on approaching Consumption.
My cough was tight and troublesome, attended
with copious niglil sweats; I spit np daily a con
siderable quantity of blood mixed with thick dark
matter. My situation become serious and alarm
ing. During this time 1 was attended by two of
our most skillful Physicians, they did the best they
could for me, when at length, they gave up all
hopes of my recovery, informing uie tlmt nothing
more could bo done that my lungs were fatally
diseased, mid beyond remedy, I was then per
suaded by n friend of mine to make a trial of DR.
DUNCAN'S EXPECTORANT REMEDY, which
my Physicians persisted against, saying that this
medicine would do no good, and would still add
more to my sulfcriiig. I told them it wns my last
and only hope, und that if I must die of the dis
ease, (which wns evident to me.) there would be
nothing lost. So I sent to the Cincinnati Office,
and obtained 5 bottles of this truly valuable medi
cine, and commenced using according to the di
rections, which instead of adding to my suffering,
immediately gave me relief, nt once arresting the
troublesome Cough; easing the pain and tightness
iu my Chest; giving me a new life and strength,
which soon enabled me tn be about again. This
medicine continued its good work, which it so no
bly commenced, until 1 was made a sound man.
I have since neen attending to my business, (up
wards of 3 years) mid feel as healthy as I wish.
1 have recommended Dr. Duncan's Expectorant
Remedy in many instances tn those similarly afflic
ted, uud il has always proved successful so fur as I
have witnessed its effects. My sister is using this
medicine at present, for u Diseased Liver and an
ArrtcTiov or the Lvnos, which she had suffer
ed with for some limo: she has nearly recovered
by the use of this medicine, and I am confident
the 6 bottles tlmt I take with me to-day will en
tirely cure her. I am sorry to know that there
are thousands of valuable persons wasting away
with the dreadful destroyer CONSUMPTION.
Were it only possible for those to procure this
medicine iu time, before it be too late, many lives
might be prolonged and their families mid rela
tions again rendered happy. This medicine will
give instant relief, at the same time arrest the hard
and painful Cough, remove the tightness in the
Chest, give strength to the enlcehled and emacia.
ted framo, and in most cases, I ant certain, will
perforin u perfect cure.
ANDfiEW J FELTER.
Montgomery, HS'nilton County, Ohio,
N. B. Those who may not be acquainted with
me I refer to the undersigned, citizens of Mont
gomery, Hamilton comity, O., they will at any
lime substantiate the above statements.
, ' Nohman Brownwcil,
' Cavt. J. SsinnR.
' (K-Dr. Dnncan's Western Office, 150
Sycamore st. where this valuablo Medicine can
always lie obtained. ' jldetei! jrtveit grafts.'
. For saie by Macccrnckon&,Galbraith, Lancaster
' Lancaster, November 19, 1847.. 8w28.
Look out for cheap Ha r gain
SMITH & TOWG,
Fashi.mflh.A Tailnra Jtr riAthtpn
-wuuis.u imivm I VIVIlllV10f
l-I AVE just received from New York
stand, ui the room formerly occuuivd bv
ntHsworin or tviuoeK. Mum Mih . ijuum.
Ohio, another spleudid assortment of
CLOTHS, CASSI ME RES, YESTTO
K E A D Y ,TI A I li C LOTH I .G-
Suitible for the FALL and WINTER SEASONS,
which they pledge thruuelv,- Ui sell low, il
not lower tluu any oilier articles of the sum
quality can be sold iu this market. The billowing
articles compose a wrt of Ibeir Slock, viz:
nper. Bl k it, Blue Bl k French Si English Cloths
" Browu ' " do
" . Blue " J,,
" Invisible fireen " do
" tiuldeu Mixed d
" rey " J0
Fine BEAVER CLOTH for OVER-COATS
" Blue PILOT do .. -"
Plane and Plaid Frrncli CASSIMERES
Figuml Silk VESTINGS
" Cusliniere do
" " " Valimia do
'' Sheeps Grey Cassimere do
Plane Barr'd and Striped Cussinet, all quuliti-
" . ' Satin Vetting, lie. Sic
Also, a splendid asMM'tmeut of
READY MADE OLOTHINO,
of all qualities and iatterus. for sale very low.
Consisting of Cloaks, Over-Coots, Black and Blue
Frock and Dress Coals, Punts, Vests, Shirts,
Bosoms, Stocks, Self-Adjusters, Iluudkerchiufs.
Gloves, Collars, Drawers, Cuder-Shirts, and
' Trimmings of all kinds and descriptions.
They also feel themselves competent and pre
pared Ui Ci'T and MAKE to ORDER Uh.ii the
SHORTEST NOTICE ami in the most fuxhioiiuble
manner, CLOTHES of all KINDS
Gentlemen would do well to call end examine
their stock belore purchasing elsewhere us It will ;
iiiii'i buuij;iiaui mum iui iiieir iroiuiit.
SMITH &, TUNfi.
Lancaster, November 5, 1347. 26
PREPARE TOR WINTER.
BLACK, Brown and Blue Blanket Over-Coots,
made in the most fashionable maimer niul
from the best of materials. Also, Cloaks of all
qualities cheap, at the Clothing Store of
SMITH & TONO.
Lancaster, Novembers, 1847. i(l
Frock Coats and Ore Coals
MADE from the very best of materials, iu the
best manner, of qualities and prices to suit
the taste and circumstances of ull, comprising
Black mid Blue Black Couts, of all qualities and
prices, from $7 to $25
Brown & Grey Frock & Sack Cunts $4 to $10
Tweed and Salliuet $1 to i'i
For sale at the new Clothing Store of
SMITH & TONG.
Lancaster, November 5, 1847. 26
Pants! rants!! I'ant!!!
T F.ADY MADE PANTALOONS of every des
JV:riptiou,,jusl received und at prices which It is i.ffe.rd mo, t s a plraiaut rciio the rmiMimp.
cannot lull to please, are kept constantly on bund ! livr, ami au atiisuut lo votalitif and public tiirak
ut the new uud cheap Clothing Store of i rrf genurlly.
Lancaster, Iuvemuer 5. IB47. so
Vests! Vest!!! Vests!!! Vests!!!
j ii-n mm annus, wuu enure iinpnnii v. I lie male
C7KST8 of every description nud at prices from rials U'eil in ihr prrpiraiinn are of ihe hru q.mliiv,
K 11.25 to $7, ut Ihe new ami cheap clothing
re of SMITH &, TONG.
Lancaster, November 5, 1847. 26
. J pi in llie season ol Colds.
lAOlieC. The pmprieinis, in addition le what has Ik-mi said,
f I HE Co-Partnersllip heretofore carried on by resiatciliilly rrfrr lo Ihe csiuficairt from highly i
X. the undersigned, under the name and firm j speciahlr sources, nn the wrappers of the ('and),
of KRANER S; COX, was dissolved by mutual : and others, pubhtlied in pamphlet form, and in Ihe
consent, on the 29th day or October. 1847. The city papers.
books, notes and accoui.U of said firm, are plnced ! from 0lt presiding Elder of the MeU,odi,t Episeo
in the hands ol WM, P. CREED, who, alone, is pal Chvrch, of Cincinnati.
ttllll,,,r,oa,l in .ut , 1.. ,1.A at... .a I'n . 1, ....... I .. .. I ' -
i.itiwi lavu ... p.inv mill.. .CIS1F1IS nllllWIIIg
themselves indebted will muku payment to Mr,
Creed. P. H KRANER.
WM, V. COX.
Lancaster, Ohio, November 5, 1847. 26
. IN THE
OLD BRICK HOUSE.
WOULD inform my old friends and the pub.
lie, tlmt I have purchased the 8tock iu Trade
of KRANER & COX, in the Old Brick House,
which I occupied eighteen years agol opposite the
Hotel of D. Tallmadge, to which I have added
A. I.arC StOCk Of iVCWfaOori,
Which I will sell fur CASH or the produce or the
country ,a low us any house on thestreet,uiid invite
purchasers to call and examine lor themselves,
ft is useles to enumerate,
my assortment being
lyCASH paid for WHEAT.
Lancaster. November 5, 1847.
Out Store in' Baltimore,
WILLbecontiiiueed ns usual. ALL KINDS
of GRAIN bought ut the Warehouse.
Baltimore, November 5. 1347.
Farm lor Kent.
I WILL LET or RENT my Farm, in Walnut
Township, lying between Millet-sport and
Thornville, in the Refugee Tract. The farm con
tains 200 Acres of Laud 100 Acres cleared.
Possession given any tune from now until the
first of April. Terms will be reasonable.
November 5. 1847. liwili
Valuable !THii Vroperty
, FOR SALE.
S Executor of the Estate of Amos Rick, de
ceased, late of Madison Township, Pah-held
County, Ohio. I will sell, at private sale, the vul
nabie GRIST MILL of the deceased, together
with about TEN A C'f !' of LAriU.
The Mill is situated upon Lleurcrcek, one ol the
finest mill streams iu the county .about eight miles
southwest of Lancaster and about four miles from
Amanda, ItJIius two tun of Burrs and is iu excel
it is e desirable properly tor any person wisii
ii" to purchase and the terms will be moderate.
For further particulars apply to
CAI.KB HMJliKS, Executor.
November 5, 1847 26tf
reat Sale ol'IStal Estate.
Fine opportunity for Investment.
William Slade Jr. Adiu'tor
of R. M. Aiuswortli.
Widow and Heirs, et al.
Y virtue oran order or the Court or Common
XJ Pleas to me directed, 1 will expose and oiler
at public sale before the Court House door ot suid
Wednesday the 29th day of December,lS17,
between the Hours or 9 o'clock A. M. and 5 o'
clock P. M., the following valuable Real Estate,
situate in said Comity, to-wil;
1, In-Lot No, 0, in the I olli Square ol the town
oI'Laucaster.tlio late residence ot R.M. Aiuswortli,
deceased appraised at $4000.
Z. i ne undivided mill ol uie v est nan oi iii-i.oi
No. 1, in the 3rd Square of Lancaster, upou which
is erected a Warehouse. Appraised at $1500.
3. The West half of the West half of In-Lot No.
14, in the 8th Square of Lancaster, being the
ground upon which is erected the Store, now in
uie occupancy of Juhn Eflinger& Co.: said part
of Lot being subject to the Dower Estate of Emily
Ainsworth, Widow, therein, and appraised sub
ject tn said Dower at $3000.
. 4. The hirst nail ui llie west naiiot in-Lot io.
14, in the 8th Square of Lancasler,beiug the ground
upon which is erected the Store, now in the occu
pancy of Philip Bope, on Main street. Apprais
ed at $4000.
5. The undivided Imlf of the South half of In
Lot No. 9, in the 13th Square, uud of the South
Quarter of In-Lot No. 10, in the 13th Squure of
Lancaster, being the property known as-"Sir-geon's
Corner,' Appraised at 1800.
6. Out-Lot No. 5, in tho Eastern Addition to
the Town of Lancaster, containing five and u half
acres. .Appraised at $125 per acre. . .
Terms of Sale. One-third iu hand, the balance
in oue and two years, with interest. -
WILLIAM SLADE, Jr.. AinCtor,
Of the Estate of R. M. Ainsmorth.dcccasci.
November 12, 1B47. ... ,7w27pl$6
t . There is s man, woman, or child, but should
lane mniwine at tins wrasou of the ir. but more
wbt iwTer fiiauv ft mm ...
I J t 'hsj sat, irit yxji nni
nt their I " '"ere r"?0" ''J prmlnce a stale of
jul brl.""!- T,le rf' clssuge. in the stmo
l.-r. I,. .,;.. .i i. " .'"
r-y. -""b -- '""j u iimii u,a eohstiinliou.
and qiwhly.f tl.e blood , e,, fur
the most fjtal oiahgiiani disnrdera. The bile be
comes (and ollen without warninc,) in a niost
acrimonious oondilH.ii from nwai.l 1
changes, sod il the stomach and bowels have been ;.
nrglectad previously. Ibe hrsl symptoms rrijiiire
no income uiu-uiioil. r.veii lliose who Imvr a
heulthy dipiisiliu of Ik1v, are ulti't tn tick- -ue
under tlieae circumstances. Tlierelirre In '
prevent any d.invrr we onaht carefully l etmil .
agmiisl a costive state of our bowels. Once or
twice they should be evacuated in twenty-four !
boiii-s. There are many causes which produce
uiihnilthy IiIimhI: someiimes it may arise from
?nef, at others when the system U in i s'ale of,
fullnesi il cuts lake place from sudden joy; close
application to a literary uiiderlukiug can prialiice
it m all cases where many person. Imve lo he ,
enu and.w,ken lo. which producing nerv.ais ex-!
cilemenl. is a fertile source of .mliolv lilmnl occa-
sHiiiiiig IhHt w nervous fever wlm b Ii
on some or our brut men. moil martv
n,inii.t!.. I.... ...!.:..!. . , J
"" "use ii n KiiowmigK o the ii
oi oraiH rclli s I'i wo. ,1,1 1, .... ......... ti
who dei, e lo secure their health, nnder almost
any wlverse i irciiiislaiices. can do to bv luviu
Braurkth's Pills on hand, and at imm e resortiuj?
lo thetn v. hru Ihe first feeling, or disorder lake
place in their bodies. As iliis a.lvke is used so
will theheulili be. The time will yet be when
a man tlmt imikes a good medii iuo shall be hon
ored more lhaii he who is an adept in the art of I
The BltADRETII'8 PILLS are sold for 25 I
ctspcr box, nt Dr. B. BrHiidrelh
i Principal Office,
241 Broadway New York.
07 Brairoffo eifeii!: The follmvin;
Sieihf only aiillK.iir.fl A;rmlor tlirsalrof Hn
friioiiis Rr.,,i,lrih Pill.;.. I .r.-i.i
Ki ismunii Sox k Bcck, Unrnstrr, Joseph Clrm
r,. R,ialtm. Pnr, XVri.,,. (jr-n, Cattle. I-rsr
Greg.yMoWM.J. R F.van, Winrhes'e r Vein
Krrry.tingar drove, .ri..li ; Bi-eiy, Bremen,
t 'ha's (i. WiUnn i Co.. Hmhritle.ierv Lrohnrr.
UritRiuliriUt.Y. BiM-k,CYirro.N. J. Ph.hi.
Pitkerms-Um. Cox fc nai), Baltimore, Philip
tlxiti, Plcaiantrillr, . B. Si C. Partdru, ,Sorm,
Joenh Knurr. Jftillcrniorl.
T.aiiratirr, November 19, 1817. 1m23.
f f OWE'S flVGEAN, HOATtHOrND AND
j Jsl LIVERWORT (.OUtiH CANDV.isnf
i f red tn I'.e publics' pleasant and afTrriivrrpin'dy
lor tougfti, 1,0tf, lloarseruzs, Jl.tltma, nthiiie.
Whooping Cough, Injlueiiza. Croup, Sore Throat,
Broruhitis, and general affections of Chest and
l.ungt. Iu nail case it is known lo have afTir 'rtl
drcnleil mid prniidiirnt iclief, and from ii rapid
.sale ami gmi siicre-s, as a innrily for the abov
diseairs ivheie it had brn iiieil, ii promiws lo be-
, toinr one ui me inosi usriui sou popuur uieiiicinrt.
j . i ne naiiir in me iri-paraiion iniurairs us leadiiiif
j ingrdit-ni, and it mil be found 10 he by no moan.
! ""'''""I : !.H"', "'""J' be cb',rt
J nnrl mav be rn'itil on as, in every Kfpfri, a rvir.
n gknuikk artirlk. Families would no rimihi
or.umue iheir comfort nnrl hi-alih h krm. a .,..
prtimnit! iheir comfort anil health bv kemin: a iini
Mrssrs. Howe & Co-Oenttemrn-Nni long since,
while lahoriiui under the influence of a naiiilully em
barrasfinc. Cold ii speaking in ihe open air, friend
liiiiiueil me a piece of your IIUAKHOUND and
LIVERWORT CANDY, bom die use of which
I experienced giesl and almost immediate relief,
fine then I have frequently used it tviih liiesame
beneficial elTecli, I iherefnie feel no hesitation in re
commending your Candy n j a ckrtain ertcinc for
Coughs, Colds, HoarMnPFS, Sir..
WILLI KM YOUNG.
Cincinnati, August 27, 1847.
j From tlc Her. J. M. Trimble, Pastor of Wtilcy
j Vl) .,,, h, cot'GIJ CANDY of HOWE
&CO..ud havk found it a pleava.it lemedy for
I ''l'AllSENES.S, and believe public Saeaker. iron
i,d"',hrtlM"w,of Throat would find beneSi
from its use,
J. M. TRIMBLF.
Cincinnati, September 25, 1847.
We warrant a rure foi llie above dieafes in all
rases, aud challenge any person iu the L'niierl Slates
tn prniluie a betiei, cheaper aud more eflVciive re
medy. Sold by ihe principal Druggists in even city in the
1'iiitrd Stales, and by Ihr proprietors.
HOWE & CO.
At their Depot No. 1, College Hall, Walnut ireei,
And we challence die ivnild to produce an in
stance where die f ile of any remedy hm iurreaed
as rapidly at I tie above Candy, whrie il has become
Dr. H. SCOTT,
Sole Agent for Fairfield County.
OFFICE-Gies(s .Sinsll White Frame Build
dig, lures Ooors East of the Swan Tsvern, Main-st,
Lancaster, Ohi i, October, 29, 1047. - 6m25
SOME of the finest specime.is of Jewelry ever
brought to Lancaster, among which may bo
louiiil l umen Tins, single stone do. Ilracelets,
Chains, Pencil cases, Finger rings, Earrings. Min
iature Cases, Hair Ornaments, Guurd and Fob
Keys, Gold and Silver Thimbles, Ac. Cheap for
cash at G ATES Sl COSPER'S.
Laucaster June IS. 1844. 5
HO wants a good Peu-Kuil'et Or where is
the person that does not, unless it be one,
who is already supplied. To those that ure not,
we would just sav unit we are prepared to furnish
BETTER and CHEAPER than any house in Lan
caster. GATES & COSPER.
Lancaster, October 22, 1847.
wild Cherry and Sarsaparllla fills.
DR. LE ROY, a licentiate of the Royal college
of Physicians in Loudon, bavin? used in bis
private practice, for a number of years, the WILD
CHERRY and SARSAPARILLA, at length made
an extractor them, which with other vegetables,
he has combined iu oue of the best Pills ever made
known to the European community, and which
merit the attention of the American People.
They are the most efficacious purgative and touic
THE WILD CUblltU ts an excellent ionic,
possessing astringent aud aromatic properties,
which make it valuable iu Dyspepsia, Jaundice,
weakness of the stomach and chest.
THE SARSAPARILLA iB demulcent, diuretic
and soothing, and is given in Rheumatism, Scrofu
la, discuses of the skin, and to eradicate the bad
effects of Mercury, In the operation of all other
purgative medicines debilitation and piinl-scntlon
go hand in baud; they remove the good, as well
as the bad; thus weakening the system, which
they were only required to cleanse, and making
the cm e generally almost as bad. and frequently
much worse than the disease. Dr. Le Roy's Pills,
ou the contrary, strengthen and tone the system
which they purge und purify. And this is their
peculiar attribute, and the principal cause oft heir
unrivaled popularity, v.
Directions for using . Asnti A pertient, two nr
three Tills ure sufficient, as a cathartic iu levers,
costiveness, liver complaint and dyspepsia, three
to six pills, (according to age, sex, and state of
the bowels.) and so of other diseases. .
P. 8. The virtues of the Sarsapariiln and Wild
Cherry ore too well known to medical men uud
the community to require farther detail. . -
Aok.its Georgo Kuiiffinau, Lancaster; Elijub
Kalb, Rushville. .
November 19, 1847. 6w28
BLANK DKEDi, neatly printed on the
best of p&per, for sale at this office
AT J. O. WEAVER'S
IN TJIE TALLMADGE BLOCK.
opposite Beber & Kutz' Store
where cau lie found a 'nil assortment "f
mv 11 u AV A. U K ,
loch he offers at the lowest possible prices,
even lower Ihsu Uir lowest.
1' hose in want of II , KD W A K F. will rtve money
y ex.nnioiiig hm bUn-M, both us regards quality
" l,ri e
lerarticles will be found the following:
A X ES:
Mann's. Hunt's Collin's and Beck's
Chopping, Broad ml land.
Adzes, Warren Iliiut's aud Greaves aud Sous
Awl BLides, Sewing Brail and Pegging
Anvils. Viees mid Bellows
. Ail'"-: sand Aui'er Bitts. Concave. Heavy. Ijni7
! aud other kind
Balances, Suiter's. Scale! Beams and Counter
Bells. Hand, Tea or Table, Cow uud Sleigh
IJeitsurews. 6, Hi. 7 and 8. Suuare and Sharii
Bits fur Braces, Centre, Goiig, Nose, Rlinuier.
Taper ami Chain
Boxes, Siiutf aud Tobacco iu Steel, Tin and
Bolts, Round. Flat. Barrel am ntber kinds
Bnicesand Bits, Scotch and PUted; Chwsels
Caudleslii ks. Iron und Brass, Hand and Table.
Castors, Iron and Brass, Blake's & other makes
Chains, I race und Halter, Log and Fifth
f!ocks. Brjs., Britlauin and Wood
Corkscrews, Wrenches, Cuplxiurd Tunis and
Cun yeotnlis aud Cards iu eveiy variety
CTTLKKY, Roger', Westeiiholm's Crook's,
Turner's aud Wragg's Pocket Knives.
English and American Table Cutlery
Butcher's and Shoemaker's knives
Drawing Knives, Shears, Scissors and Sheep
r.sciiiciiPii ana r.scuiuieu run
Files, Mill. Bastard, Taper. Square & half round '
Frypaus, with and without Handles
(jiuiblcls, Glue ruts uud Gridirons
Gnu Barrels, Locks. Ribs uud Worms
Hammers. Shoe, Nail. Ijithin aud Carpet
Hat t'ius. Mat aud Cloak Hooks
Hand, Hail Sciews and Staples
Hiii'-e. Wrought, Caat, Sirup and Table. Ens-
I Hatchets. Hum's
Ladies. Tiu'd. In
Broad and Sliinzlius
Ladles. Tiu'd. Iron and linns
Latches, with Brass and Mineral Knobs
Locks, Rim and Mineral Nob, Door, Closet,
Pad, Stock, .Mortice, Trunk, Till, Cuiibourd aud
Measuring Tapes and Coffee Mills
Nails, every kind. Wrought and Horse Shoe
Plane Irons, Gouges, Compasses, Plvers, Nils-
pern, 8w.. Sus
Saws, .Mill, X Cut, Hand, I'annel, Ripping, Hack
and other variety
Spoous, 1'luted, German Silver. Tiu'd and Brit-
Shovels and Spades, Ames' Washburn's and
Squares, Iron and Steel. Measuring and Trying
Stair Rials, Skates, Siiutfers, Brass and Iron
Steelyards, Warranted correct
Tacks, brads, Sparmble and finishing Nails
Ten Trays and Sunder Trays
Trowels, Plastering, Mason's and Garden
Weights iu Setts, Long and Short lssudle Ma
nure Forks '
Mahogany Vaueers. Looking Glass Plates,
Mahogany Nobs. Jtc ic
SADDLERY AND CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS
Buckles, Bitts and Stirrups
Harness Munntiiig ami Saddler's Tools
Shark Skin, Hush, Saddler'. Thread aud Silk
Cotton, Worsted and Straining Webb
Hog, Calf, F'uciugaud Pad Skins
1'luU-d Dashers, HaiuMes aud Bauds
Stump Joint sand Malleable Iron
steel Springs. Iron Axles ami Boxes
Broad and Narrow Lace
Patent Leather, Gum & Oil Cloth, Damask, Ac
Also, a Large Assortment of all kinds of
Iron, A ails. Met I and (alass,
AND WINDOW SASH.
Together with every variety of Hardware usu
ally kept. ' J. C. WEAVER.
Laucaster, October22, 1816 24
A Fine far in lor Sale.
ONE Hundred and Thirty-three Acres of Laud
uear llavensport, iu Fairfield Couuly, well
improved aud iu good condition, will be sold at
private sale, on terms to suit purchasers.
About Forty Acres are covered with au excel
lent growth of timber, uud the balance is under
i cultivation. There r
' House and Barn, and
ire on it a snd Dwelliu--
suitable out-houses: a good
Well of Water near the Kitchen and another in
the Barn-Yard. Anyone wishing to purchases
first rate farm will hud this a rare chance. It lies
ndjoining the lauds of Judgo M u-tin aud Joel Ra
For terms aud other particulars apply to the
owners Henry O. uiuUohn Ilauua on the pr.m
ses, or to the undersigned iu laucnster.
M. A. DACGHERTY.
Lancaster, August 13, 1847. 14
New arrival by express at
UA I r.S ac LU3I r.tl a.
June IB, 1847
W. 16. ltA,KI.,
Attorney at law and Solicitor in Chancery.
OFFICE IN FOSTER'S BRICK BUILDING,
in tho Room recently occupied by Charles
Borland, Esq. Entrance, one door west of Knuff
mau's Drugstore, Main Street, Lancaster, Ohio.
Mav 14, 1847. Hf
Imitate of Samuel Warner.
NOTICE is hereby given, tlint tlie undersigned
has been unpointed and duly qualilied us Ad
ministrator of the Estate orSAMUH. Yir.N t. de
ceased, late ol' Liborty Township, rautield Coun
ty. Ohio. HKNnt WAUAr.tt, Aum ur.
October 25. 1847.
Llli;V DIIUSS CiOODS.
WE have just received a handsome variety
orFlSK FRENCH CASHMERES.
PLAIN BLACK and RICH FANCY STRIPE
SILKS.and n large lot of ninepenny CALICULS
that wont fade. ,
The cashmeres and silks are the finest in this
market, and will be dd cheap-tmLLABD
Lancaster. October 22, 1847. 24.
Valuable Heal Ustatc lor ale
WILL sell at private sale 62 46-100 Acres of
Land lying in rear of Stanbery 'a Gul den, North
euatof Lanciibter, being Lots aos.iKiu m me
Pnrtilion of the Baldwiu Estute. These two Lots
lie together, and for situation, fertility aud almost
every otherndvantage. they form die of the most
valuable tracts of land iu tho County.
Terms moderate. Apply soon.
- - M. A. DAUGHF.RTY.
Lancaster, July 23, 1847. ... 11
A Greater quantity than ever to be had at
, :, GATES & COSPER'S
June 18, 1847.
- AT THE
FIRST DOOR EAST OF THE
''IHE.ubwrilier is now reccivinir a new and
J. MiipreceJenleil fliply ,, . ,
FALL & WINTER GOODS,
Jeans. Heavy Tweeils; Rich Ribbwl nad HaaW
Beaver, Fells and Pilot Cloths, for Ovm- Coals.
Also. largo sopidy of 61LK VALENT1A and
WOOLLEN VESTINGS w
8, IU. 11 & 12-4 Blankets; Flannels of .1 kiitda
t'omlorUi. Bleached and Brown Muslins
Fnrauil Coniinnii HATS and CAPS
Silk aud Cotton Huiidkercfiiefs
Silk, (iuighniti u,,d Collan L'inbrellas-
Also.al,.r-e supply of snrior wnrnmlm! Calf,
hipand Common BOOTS.LACES oc BttOtiAN
A2lt?aril3 s&siS) m3i
A few pieces rboi, e Wool CarpeUns, new aud
" ' Colloii do
" " Stair Carpeting, aud lot of superior
. Ileurth Rugs - '
K KA I) 1 II A I) K C I.OTII liVCJ,
. ffMid siifiply, at moderate prices.
Iu purchasing this suiierior Stock of Goods the
subscriber bus not fo gotleu to provide must am
ply for the wauls of
Among which may be enumerated iu the Silk,
Worsted and Cotton line. a lurge lot of the most
superior, plain, Satin strijied aud piaid and
SltK WARPED ALPACAS.
figured. Delule, Caineleon, Changeable and Ora
Vienna, Britauia, Union Silk Plaids and Cash
mere De Corsa. fur Dresses
Gala, Juvenile and ib.b Roy Plaids for Dresses
and Clonks '
Fancy. Blue N,l Scarlet Woollen Plaid Cloakiuts
4-4 and (M wide .
An unusually largo and splwidid lot of 5-4 and- 4
Frtnch, Rnglish. Seoleh and Italian
Au unusual large uud sjileudid lot of
CHINTZES. PRINTS & DELAINES.
at all prices biding Linen, Lnwns. Thread
Cotlon and Silk Laces. Edjpuw ,) Ieriiu8s,
Silk Biillmii. Sheaf Head aud Mohair Fringes
Jet aud Silk buttons, assorted
Cords. Tassels, Merino aud oilier Hosiory
GLOVES Liuen and Silk Handkerchiefs
Swiss and oilier Muslin
Wiirkedimd Tambored Chemczetts and Collars
White (i.iods of all kinds, and a supply of Butter
riy and other Iluir.Dress and Shell Side Combs
T1, m"t beautiful 8-4 10-4 Brorhe, Cashmere,
iigureu nuu printed Cashmere, Net. Emb'd
Ca.luiiere. r rench plaid &. strijied worsted and
woollen Hhairls. ever brought to this country
A large supply fr Winter use, iiieludinif fietired
and the most di.bcati.-lv wrought VELVET.
Also, FLOWERS U'
A fine supply nfLiidies and Hisses Polkas. Laces,
Buskin. Ties mid Slippera; Ladies aud Misses
Rubber Buskins and Over-Shoes
Also, ou hand, a lull supply of GROCERIES,
consisting in part of
Teas, CotTcts, Wines, Liquor, Spice .
2nd Door EaH of the "Stcan Hotel,"
is also well stocked with a great variety of CHINA
. and G LAS S- WA R E, including a supply of
! lowing Blue: also, with a general assortment of
The Stock of Goods referred to, was laid in -with
the greatest care, is most lull and complete,
and w ill cover every demand lo all which the
public utteiition is requested.
Ail kiuds of Produce, fbr which Cash or Goods
iu exchange will be giveu.
T. U. WHITE.
Lnncaster, OcU.ber29. 1817. 25
Wheat! W heal!! Wheal!!!
ALARGEQUAXTITY OF WHEAT wanted
at the HE W CASH STORE, 1st Door
East of the "S WAX HOTEL," for which the
Cash will be paid ou delivery.
T. V. WHITE.
Lancaster. October29. 1347. 55
BEST PITT III Rf. II
A ASSORTED, from 8 bv 10 to 21 by 25. for
saie by GEORGE KAUFFMAN.
Lancaster, Anirnst 20, 1847.
THE HIGHEST PRICE in CASH will be
giveu for FLAX-SEED by
Lancaster, August 20, 1847.
AND FOR S.tUK,
On KEGS PURE WHITE LEAD, and
O" 5 Barrels LINSEED OIL, bv
Lancaster, Aug. 13 1847. U -
Bags Green mid Yellow RIO COFFEE;
J 3 Bags BLACK PEPPER;
YOUNG HYSON and IMPERIAL TEAS. 4r.
For sale by GEORGE KAUFFMAN.
Lancaster, August 13, 1847 14
10 Rarrel Tanner's Oil.
JUST received and for sale by
Lancaster. August 13, 1847. -. 14
OA LI AT 'I'll Ii
OLD DRUG STORE,
AND see a fresh supply of DRUGS and ME
DICINES PAINTS aud DYE-STUFFS.
For sale low. GEORGE KAUFFMAN.
Lancaster, August 13, 1847. 14
10 Barrels) Water Li inc.
IJEST QUALITY, for sale by
Lancaster. August 13, 1847.
TJ1 Is A X-SEED
OIL 300 Gallons of
clear Flax-Seed Oil, just received aud for sale
,v BURY & BECK.
'Lancaster, July 9, 1847. - 8
P. O. &. P. C. DRINKXE.
RESPECTFULLY inl'orm tlie n'tizeira of Lan
caster and its vicinity, that they have open
ed a Tailor shop, in Council's Row, uuder the
Eagle office, directly opposite the Pest Office,
vvIibi ibev run at afl times he fonnd. ready tn
ex-cute any work that may be entrusted lo tlutin
iu the neatest and must fashionable manner and
low for Cash or all kinds of Comitry Produce.
They respectfully solicit share of the public
Lancaster, April 16tli, 1847. , . Iy49.
ALL persons interested will tarns notice, tnsi
Mary Taul, on the 13th day of October, A.
D. 1847, sued out a writ or Attachment from the
-'.. ,.r c.mmni, Plens of Fairfield Conntv.Ohio.
v.uuri." - - - '
B"ainst the Goods. Chattels, Laud, Credits, monies
and effects or John Baird, fof the Bum or 1100
damages, which writ has been served and return
ed, , Attest-J, RADEBAl'GH. Clerk.
October 29, 1847., 6w:ioRl,75