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WrnniNo.-There is al-
vas aTB?l,B sadness attendant- on tiie
first wedding in a family. It U the first
tie broken; the first bird ttint leaves the
neat, lovfutureon Imlf -fledged wings in
a world untried. -r:
A Wcttt CoMPLiMKNT. Some oue
ssked Col. G. .of llie Boston editorial
corpse, what he thought of the highly
accomplished and talented, but sortie what
hiasrnlinB Miss Charlotte C- n," the
tfistinfruirfifd American actress", to whom
ho had j'ist been introduced, 'She uu
perfect gentleman" was the reply. -
Capt. Tobin, the Delta' unparalleled
correspondent iu Mexico, who is now vol
unteering, writes down the following not
very complimentary opinion of his asso
ciates: -., .". ! '-.'-'. ''
r' jf iho war be brought to a premature
close which Heavetl, forbid- I,' don't
ktiow what we'll do for a living; as they
say the penitentiaries at home have shut
up for want o! business; and we 11 aetoo
lazy to work." : J-'; .. - ' ' , , . ,
.Tiiaskscivino. An ititerexu'ng IncW
lcnt took place, it iasnid, on Wednenday
oon, at the unuth end. 310 men, all in
the employ of Messrs.Hinckley & Orury,
marched out from their Locomotive man-nfactoi-y
each one bearing a turkey on
his arm, a present from their employer
for Thanksgiving. Boston Transctipt. i
EtFThe abolitionist ore getting tip a
ItPtiiioii to Congress to stop the war with
Mexico, If they had not voted for their
friend Pidk, they might have been saved
ihe trOublo and expeiise,iri'. Whig.
lyThere was only 200. fighting men
- all told in the garrison of Puebln, end
they sustained a seige of 69 days against
bOOO Muicans, and at last made a sally
and drove of! the enemy with considera
ble slaughter ! '
tSAll the newspapers priuied in the
city of Mexico are now required to sub
mit thoir- sheets for. inspection to tlio
Governor of the city bofore they are is
sued. This became necessary, because
of the abu.-iu of the compierors by the
conquered. . " ,
A Tine, rni'iu for Sale,
NE Hundred and Tbii ty-threo Acrea of Land
J noar Hnvmisport, in r uirliold Comity, well
improved and in .'ooJ couilition, will be told at
private hub. on tei-nit to suit purchafera.
About Forty Aci'Mire covered with an excel,
lent growth of timber, and the balance ii unclei-
cullivatinu. There are on it a good Pwullinff
limine mid Ham, and auilulilo oiil-hiiuscs: a good
Well of Water near the Kilehen and nnollier iu
the Itaiu-Ynnl. Any one wishing to purchase u
Unit rato farm will find this a rare chance, it lies
ndjouiiug the mudi ol Judge Martin aud Jool lta
deliauali, F.n. -- . . . .
. For terras nud other pui-liculara apply to the
awuuin iimiry u. audJoliii llaiiua on the nreini
ea, or to the undesigned hi Lanciisler.
M. A. UAL'OHKBTY.
Lancaster, August 13, 1847. .' 11
CJold IVns. -
New arrival by express nt ,
UAI K3 & COHI'KR S.
Juae 18, 1817.
JOHN T). MKT1N,
B. P. EFPINGER,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
i , OFFICE In Fosler'a Brick Building. '
, L:iiicttlur,Ohio, Juiia II, 181TY . 5
MARY' I'AL'L )
j A Lb peraoua inlornsted will take notice, thai
Mary Paul, on the FJthday of October, A.
P. 18 IT. auedout a writ of Attachment from the
Court of C'omrunn Pleas of Fairfield County .Ohio,
against the Gonila, Clmitela, Land, Credit!, monies
mill e fleets of John Unird, for the mm of 9100
damages, which writ has been aorved and return,
ed. , Attest J, RADEBAl!GH. Clei'k,
October 59, 1847. . w!5pll,75
REoPIX'TFBLLY inform the citizeua ofLan
easier and iu vicinity, Hint they have open
ed a Tailor hn, in Coiiuelt's Ruw, under the
l'.iyle utliue, duoctlt opposite the Post Office,
' whore they can at all times be ibund, ready to
( ute any work that may be entrusted to them
i'i tin neatest and mint fashionable niaunor und
low f,K Cab or all kinds of Country Produce.
. Theyieqieellully solicit a share of the public
patronage. . ....
Lancaster, April 16th, 1847, ly4(),
' V.'.v v
T J AS on hand and for sale, ut Gaonoc Smith's
I 1 t- HAia Wmie, on th imrlhwtMt corner of
v Heeling ami Columbus Street, hi David Foa-
vita's Uw, a general ussortmeul of
1 CABINET rUHNITURE,
- ' SUCH Al . - ' v
f.T2E, PEEK, CARD, DEESSLiB. mm
DRESSINQ and PLAIN BUREAUS;
Wardrobes, Waahsttnda, Workalanila,
And all other article iu his line that may be called
for. - - - - ' v -
All kind of work made to order, of the best
materials and sold cheaper than lh cheapest in
this or any other place. i
All aort of Produce taken in exchange for
CASH pHidfbr-CllF.PnY I.L'.MBER.
IVk NEW HEARSE, with a fine Horseand
Harness, calculated lin-the purpose, is In rendi
i.ess to attend funerals. COFFINS made to or
ler. No eatra charge for IleU-e,
All charge very low, .
' r . ' DANIEL RIFFLE.
Lniicustec September 17, 1847, 3in)9
'I1'.1', 'y "f 0,8 LANCASTER OHIO
J. II A IS K, having eontmclod wilh JACOB
CJREENE, -to redeem the Note and Hills of said
Bank remaining in circulation the samo will be
redeemed by said Okkkki, at the Drug Store of
wU,M s.. .,,.,, ., .ireei, Lancaster, Ohio,
us tiie sume shall be presented at thai place
, H. II. HUNTER. .
. .. Receiver ol UneaaturOhb Hank.
': Laiiciinlcr. Ohio, Feb. 3, 1847. . ,- , ;ij
iiisHolutlon IVolicc, '.
rBMlj firm of l.C. Maccrncken having Hwaplr
XL e.l, J. C. MaeeriK ken uiwociuling himsel-
Villi Work Oalhrailh und John Marcrackeu t..k
ogt i,.i!!e ot theaccouuu and bookaof J. &Jf
C. Mao racket, and J. C. . Muccracken, notice is
'2 ?'vo" 111 i'ldebtcd that iuimednue
payni.-ut must bo nnule,
tl"i',h"T'U'j1'.Uttlo,I '"ula" ","' I!don
Li? y 0 J"" noxt wil lio leti iu tiie
baml,ol proper ollicer. f,.,-colloctirm.
J".n Maccracken will always lie found at the
OMlwg room of MacC,,.k.'& " th-
l.cnerMwlnI,- 'KACKEN. '
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HITE X.EAD--15D Kegs of '''
pure While Lead, r ittsbm:; i and Uu-
,, '.., .,,. .1 .rmi it it no lime for uindeslc.
',.",,. , B, minusiiiim. when 'iciinrance
ami seiroce aie ueiniilled 10 walk IihikI in liaait,)
who ivasedoi.Kled in 'die east, Kline lie prnciiced
Ids hrntt'ifioii A uumheir uf years; Had duting llie
Inn nine or iru years has been engaged in an ex
tensive piatlire in Su Eons where Jie has Treated
Disease succetslilly m almost. al! lis vaiied ami
complicated forms, until ill-health ami a shattered
constitution i.liliged him 40 decline the practice ol
ids piofefsi.xi i has iherelu.e deleriniurd loileciare
war with Paie.it -Medicines and Uuai k Nostrum ',
Vlakerb uiih lliosebue and false .pieieusinu to
cure all tne i It and ails, paitu ami aclirs that flrsh
is heir too, oh a nofle box ol 1'ills or a bntile of
Compound Sirup. . Truly there are but lu-o class
es iu society, feud they are Ihe Humbugned anil die
llumuug rers. Ii ! passingly i range ihe people
nave not long since become tired aud di'eusteri wilh
tli is bare imposition, and like Rome 300 years be
foie Ihe rlnittian eia, in the days of Aicb .gsihus
banished tliete impotiiioni from the country ami
prohibit the practice anion them. 1 here is no
perron ol ro. union ;eu;e but knows ll he would
hut riflrcl thai remedies raiinoi be so combined as
id be competent In cure ten lliniinanil forms of iln
eakes by ooevoiiibinalinu ; ii is barely falsi-, nod all
iv ho p.eieuil to core fo large a 'number ofditeuse ar
vou ofleu see arlverlihed are either ieuuraiiintesaiid
know nodiint of the human system, the nature of
hsenre or llie rffecl of leintdies upon the fysleui or
ihey are bate unpotei, and hi eilher case are uu
worir.y of your confidence,' , "We are wonderfully
and feailully made." nu-refiiie' let no pernin who
is ignorant f the beamlful, delicate and complica
ted sirurlure prenune to tamper ami Ihuc rleirny
Ihe usefulness oflhai beaunlul and wnmlertul sys-
lent that God has placed here for usefulness uikI tn
glorify Him fui ha who dors not klooilier nor sleep
will assuredly holdall accounlHble ai I J 11 Hard
they -dine temper with Ihe arak of His hands, foi
Ihe purpose of graolying their soidul a ill lire. '
Ut : ivai'oo believing, mat till knowledge of Hs
easa and long exuerienre in the '1'realmeiit of ihe
valines forms of Disease, ha fuuiidiefl him with a
know ledge of ReinedirS that would be alniosl in
valuable to the sick ami aftlicied, hat deieruiinml
to arepaib these le.medies and s"eud them lo people
and all he neks is a- ninl of them, aud if like the
ivoithlest iio&liums of the day. the money Kill be
renuueri . , '
The Dr. has piiblihed a li:ile pi.mphlet called
the Family (.uidr lo Health, in which he lias given
briefly Ihe symptoms ami I lealment of some forty
line .ni's. I hi'M) pamphlets ran he obtained tree
of chaige by (.ailing on any of the agems,
Catulotfite of Medicine.'
Trinic Fever aud "Aguel Liniment for Horses
Pills', warraiired locuie; they liave ever med j
"Fever nud Ague Syrup'Plll and Oiuin'ient for
wairaiitcil 10 ruie ; Piles; ,
"Fivei ami Ague Syrup'Sali Rhenin and Titter
fur ChildiVii j .- Oliilmeiit for diseases if
Anli-Dillimu Pills, He I the Kkin j ; '
patic Pille for Diseases Oleagiuoui Miitnre for
of llie Liver ; ' I H'ooily Flux, Dysenie.
Ami Spliuiloiij Pills for! ry.t'olic (Vr: -
Ague r.ike, he.. , jpleaginoul . Mhtrure for
AntiD)peplie, MiXtuie! Bowel , Complaint of
lor Dyspfpila, kr. j Chll.heii;"'. '
Fenialr Pills and Female Ami Fevei Pills and An-
Mixlures, .; - li Fever Drops;
Cough Mixture Ifor Tonic Aromatic Bitters',
Cough', Cold anil Con-I for Weakness, Loss of
imnplion; tj Appetite &ci .
Rheumulic Pills for Rheu Verinifme for Woims;
uiaiiim; Eye Water; . -
Rheumatic Liniment for Croup Syrup; ' , -
It h u in Stic Sprains, Infant Coidial fur Choi-
bruises, bums, old sores,; ir, tc.) - - i
Ipains in me back and Medical Strengthening
limbs, nr.. iaga rirl-i nastrr
vers say it is llie best Sea Mesirsl Pamphlet.
v . Certlfleatea. ' "-. '"':''
A leltff of Recommendation fmm Piofestor Wrt.L-
Iam I ui.t.v, of Yale College, Conn.,, and Prof
Jamks II. Asmsbv, late Prof, of Anatomy and
Is Physiology, m the Albany Medical College,
New Ymk. , , ...
The siibsciiher have known E. Y. Watson. M.
D., for several years, and they ate happy tube
able to state, that ever since their ai tpininiance with
him, he has uniformly sustained gnad charactei.
not only as a member of the communiiy, but also
a a rhysiciaii, 1 he suDscobers have also been
acquainted with his means of professional educa
tion, the milliner in which he has Improved .them,
and wini 111s sunny in practice, and they eutciiaiu
a favorable opinion of him; 111 all these respei is.
Signed WILLIAM TULLY,'
.Oct. U, '37, . JAMES II. ARMSBY.
' from Ute Jier. S. K, AWam. '
Dr. h. Ys-Watbon Sir; Having had frequent
occasion lot me use 01 medicines In my family riu
ring tlio last lew mouths- and from die lurreasiug
popularity 01 your "family Medicines.".! was in
d need to try litem, in Dielereuia to rnioloviin a
physician in-my family,, and nm now prrpaied to
say, that I heiicvn your medicines as a efuM, tube
superior to any other preparations now In for" the
public. " Your (ion! anil Rheumatic Linhneui. Ver
mifuge, Teller Oinimeiii, Gravel Mixture, Ami
Dyspeptic Mixture, Ami UillitiusdAgue, and Hepa
tic Pills, Lcniu eive In be pirpaiaiions which needi
no luriher ircoiniueuilnilnn man 1 fair trial, to e.i
sure Iheii unpaialleled sucriiss,-
REV. S, K, KEI.LaM. .
' Vandalia, March 38, IS-16. . )
From the Rev. Ota, J. Barrett, of 7hc III. Conn !
Dr. VV si-son Sir; I lake great pleasure Iu re
commeiiiliiig your valuable family medicines to ihe
public, as sole ami certain remedies for the cure of
the diseaies lor which they ate prescribed, ' I have
used, a uumuat of your medicines in my family du
ling the past year, and, hi every instance, wilh the
ninsi entire success. From ti.i repealed assmenres
which I have bad from a number of my arquain
l inrei, who have Used your, medicines, have 110
hesitancy In laying thai, iu my Judgment, (hoy
are decidedly superior to any preparation wiihitl my
knowledge. Yours, respectfully,
' GEO. J. BARRETT."'
( Vantlalla, 111 , April 8, 1846.
Ftmn the Rev. I). D.. McKee, Ute psstoi of the
- Prashyterian Church. -
Dr. E. Y. Watson- Dear Sir.; I feel thai I owe
it, urn only to myarlf. but also in the public, iosbv,
that 1 have ihe utmost ronSdeuce in your p.epara.
tinns,aud have no doubt thai, in all ordinary rases,
if yotlr ntedicine ar taken aecordingly to vmtr di
reciions, they will perforin sl that yon have (.nun.
ised. Your medicines, die elfl. acy ol which have
been tested in my family, and which I can conti
denlly recommend tn others, ate t The Fever ami
Ague Pills, Feve't and Ague Tonic Syiupv Ami
Billions Pills, Oleaginjtous Mixture, Cough Mix
tare, Gout and Rhemnaiic Liniment, and Ami Dys
prune Mixture. f y . - U. D. McKEE.
Vandallda, 111 V .Match 84. 1848,
I rhearful y concur in ths abnvs remarki,' marie
by the Rev. D. D.MrKec, wilh ie;ardto Dr. E.
Y. Walson'l medicines,, having ued the Gout and
Rheumanc Lhiiment, and Salt Rheuni and Teller
Oliilmeiit, with complete success, I confidenlly
recommend ihem 10 the public, '
" 1 , . ASAllAIL LEE.
Judge of Ihe Probate Court , of Vandalia, III.
. I hai;e been troubled with the Dyssntery, which
continued off and on about one yeitr, and having
coniulred some of the best physicians In Phlladel
phia, New Oilaatv, and In tliji city, without netting
any relief, 1 concluded to try Dr. Watson's medi
cincs for Dysentery, ic and in a very short lime
il cured me: and 1 now recommend It as the best
remedy I know of (or the Rowel Complaint. '
JOHN D. McMURRAY.
Corner of Third I Pine st.,St, Louis. '
And fun hour since, I had the Fever and Ague
vary bad for nearly six - months, and Dr. Watum
cured me al once, and I have never had it since.
have sines then, sent, I should think, forty persons,
with have all expiessed thei, most entire satisfaction
as ihey too, were cured iu a very, few days, I do
not hesitate 10 recommend LY Watson'l Fever ai-.H.
Ague Pills to the public, a one of the best remedies
tor Fevei and Ague. . D. GOODFIXLOW.
St. Louis, Missouri, . -For
Sale by J. V, HEN LEY, Laucaste r Ohio.
Lancaslri July 30, f)37. 6m 12.
GREAT WESTtBX .OXCEJQKEI
MACOBACKEN & G AZ.BHAZTH
HAVfc llilS JAV C 051 Mi; NEED BeCKI'lae SHU
' ' g-to'-STTT'-T ? TP") .
. WITHIN N1NKTV-FIVE BAYS,' ; r;
a CD CD a :;SJD'.
IS THE AMOUNT OF THIS PURCHASE.
v Lancaster, July 5, 1847. .;;- ' - ' : ' . -
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1 1 11 1 11 r, 1 ,:i 11 1 1 ri ii i 11 .m 1 ri .1 111 11 ,
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Wholesale and Retail. ,
II E BE II & II UT ,
ARE just reoeiving the LARGEST oad HAND
SOMEST STOCK of SPRING and SUM
MER GOODS, that have ever been brought to
Lancaster or drat ever will be by any; other firm
thuu theirs, and which will bo sold at the lowest
cash rates, so low that 110 person cuu look ut them
without buying. ' . -- - - , ' . '
We me connected with no miiuufuctorv. 110
eastern establishment, and thus confined In mak-
inn our purchases at one bouse; but have the ud-
vautiice of selecting our Goods from the stocks of
all eusteru Mea'hants and Manufacturers. -
We hope ull, who wish to purchase cheap anil
beautiful Goods, will liret read die big advertise
hieuts, and utter laughing ut them, go and exam
ine the iMe stock o! Goods, tliut tliejy cull big:
then call mid see what we have and what wecau
do fur them.. .' '.' -s ' - 1 - . - .-''
: Our uasoitmeut consists in part of llie following
articles; - ' '.. ' - '" "'' '
' Hi PIECES OF :
Of all colors from $1 to t per yard.
. 50 pieces plain and stripped Cossiincrs from 75
cent to $1,25, .
!i()0 do plain, striped nud barred Sattinetts, (v
ry cheap ) from 37 to 75 cents per yard ..' '
100 do Kentucky Jeans from !25 to 31 cents fur
the best : ., , -
. 100 do Red, White aud Yellow Flannels
ISO do, Black, Colored, Striped and Figured
Alpnccus - ' . - ' '. .-. '
25 bales Brown Muslin .. ' ' r "
10 case Bleached do from 6 to 12 j cents
10 bales Ticking and very cheap . " r
3500 piece of I ll,l( ODS,
Cheaper than ever knoitrn before.
50 do Cashmeres, Monsline de Lnines mid other
fancy Gontls fur LADIES' Dresses mid Cloaks
. 50 do OuiRhams, new style, andvery acnrable
' A large sod beatitilul variety of 8 U M M E R
SHAWLS, ot all sizes and at very low prices
40 piece Apron Checks, Linen and Cotton Ta
ble Uoths, Cotton and mm Handkerchiefs ' '
'; Dress Silks; Black, colored and fig'd Hosiery '
Gloves und Mitu. if ull kinds
Cambricks, Jiiccnnets and every thing in the
Dry -flood line to make our assortment full and
complete, among which will he toluol a hue van
ely ot KUL'lili and KKAUY uikkis .- . '
- We huve alsa constmilly 011 hand, a large stock
of BOOTS und SHOES , . '
Fur, Silk, Leghorn, Pulm Leaf and Straw Hats
pi'AilESlt BULK LKATHEIL Cotton i aril
'. Carpet Chain and Coverlid, Warp j ; '
A full ussortmeiit ot
(aKO( 11(11 S ol all KIMIS,
Cedar L minis una 1 uus, vvooilen ituckets,
Salt. &d. &c. &c. 1 v 1 -
fB' Come every body nnd look through our
MAMMOTM PILES ol Goods. . We are ulwaya
011 hand mid ready to prove to you, what is uu un
deniable fact, that we huve more' Goods, better
usinrtmouts and sell at lower rates than any other
establishment in Lancaster. ; : Of these facts you
can convince yourselves by culling ut our OLD
STAND and examining our stock. - ,
1 WE WISH TO PURCHASE "
50,000 bushels of WHEAT,
Any amount of CORN, RYE, OATS, Flax-seed,
Feathers, und every thing else thut tlio Farmers
have for sale dial is wnrtli having. We will give
the highest prices ill CASH and GOODS Ibr the
above articles, aud give MORE GOODS for th
same amount of trudo, than any other house. Cull
and give us a trial ' . ' . s ,'- -
Luueusier. June 4.1817 . , i ,
NEWllOOill AND NEW OOODS.
MOKE GOOD NEWS,"
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES.
IIAKOWAlie C IIKAI'KII THAN EVKR.
Just roceivrv) and now opening, in the East
kdom or iviii It. ai. aissworth s ULocK orpr).
sitk THK TAi.i.MAmiK . HowsK, from Pitthuig,
Btdtimoro, Philitdclphiu nud New" York, u large
and general assortment of English, Gorman and
American' ' . . -. ,
UAltDWAKE AND CV'i EEICY.
Ciimprisiug iu purt the lollowing ut licles:
Hard warts 1
English imd Gorman Door Locks, Mortice luck
and Ltiluhes, chest, Desk, Till and Padlocks
Latches and door bundles, window springs usst.
8ush fusliiing!, ussurtcd, ',
, Socket und Firmer chisels, gouges & spur bills ,
. Ball Unices iu setts, plain bits all sizes X- '
Cuminnn and Screwed Spoke Slmve ' c
Screw drivers, Compasses. Steel squares, -
Slide Bevels, Mill suvv, double cut und 3 square
files, Horse Rasps, Drawing Knives, . .
10UO Gross wood Screws assorted .. '-.'
SUO dozen Mahogany Kimbs . - : ,s
Cut Tucks from 21 to 24 ounce
' 8uiga from 14 to 2 inch, ,' ',
. Puteut Binds, Clout Nails, Tenneiit, Hand, pun
nel, Vrmiing and Buloher'i Saws
' Iron, Brittnnnia) German Silver and Silver pla
ted Tuble, Ten and Bastius sisoons, - . ' , ,
. Bread truys, Wuilors, Iron and Solar Lamps,
iron and muss t.anillesiicks, -
Looking G hisses and Looking Glues plutes,
.. Cutlcrv. .-. ,:; -
Super Rodger' Congress knives . . .;
i Westenhome't ..- do ' - '
1,2, il.and 4 Bladed do east, Pruilins knives
Razors assorted and Razor Strops; and a gener
al and hue asaortmeut ol TABLE CUTLERY.
' Buckles of all sizes, Tenets und water Hooks,
Harness spots, Trace and Halter bolts -Brass,
Silverednnd Japanned Stirrup.
Cotton, Straining, Worsted and Boot webbings
assorted ' , . ... - : , .r .- '
.- Conch and Buggy luce, tufts of oil colors, plain
and figured gum cloth, Jupunned Muslins, assort
ed colors .Morocco. Boot do, Gout and Hog skins,
Boating, rittsli, plum nnd figured assorted .... .
Patent Leather and Oil Cloth. . . . . vv""
l-oopor's Tools. . .
ing do, Stave do. Crow cutter, Hollowing knives,
bliuve ups and Ureas hoops assorted.
Tor (he Farmers. r
I have n generul ussortmeiit id Hultor, Trace,
Log and u roast chains . ,
., 30 dozen Grass Scythe,- r
j... tli do Corn do ... .
, 3 do Brush do '. . .
3 do' Putent Grain Cradles' " '.
' it do Hay Rake k-
Common and best steel Corn Hoes, with and
without handles, Goose neck do, socket shovels,
Long Handle do, D. Handle do, Ames No. V, do,
Hay aud 3 nnd 4 prong manure Forks . :
. Also, Mill and Cross cut Saws, Stoelynrda,
llutclHds nnd Hummers, Adzes mid llroud Axes,
Iron nails and Steel.
17 4 Kegs .lnninttu Nails . r
i ,00 do Rapid Forge do ' :!'.' -; i
2 O Tuns Juututta lion ' ' '. -,
HI do , Riqiid Forge do . ,. . " K
Englislt Blister, AmeiKuu Blister, Shear, Gor
man and Cust Shiol ,
' 8-10 und 1 L-1 8. Window Glass, uud il large
assortment ot ' , -
Lelcesler ITlnchinc Card,
Togother with a eroat variety of other Haul
wure, all of which I will positively sell us low lor
CASH, lis any other house, went nf the mniiiituitis
can sell tnc-uv t. ome und see tor voin-Helvc
l - ; s. .. P. BOl'E.
Lnucnaler, Juno, 1th 1847, ' ' . 4ll'
TLANK DF.F.D.I, neatly printed on the
REED & BAUGXHSAN
TT7"OL'LD most respectfully inliirm their old
V V hwud.aiid the p'iblic imn.ny. ihat they
. . , .-" still coiitiuue the inaiiiifueturB ol
nnnTo r. ounro
in . - n !! ! 1 1 a els 1) 1 i u c o 1
L-! Vj AT THF1R " !
..- o a ST "J,
ur.....,i. r,..r ai,.1 nnnnsiiR Rurv Beck's in
plu s?lorei vhere they will be pleased to wait,
on afl who may favor them with a cull.; "They (
flatter themselves that upon exaiuitiation. their'
ui.uk u.111 rucoinmAiul itself, us th V keen none '
hut the best aud most experienced workmen.
Their work is warranted to be made iu the best
and most fashionable style, of which, the follow-'!'
- v : . ,
ing articles comprise a part: ., . .
LADIES! Kid SHl'PEBs,' .
' do. ' , French Moroouo Bostilus,
Gout Noroceo STRAP SHOES.
-A boy from 14 to 15 years of age, will be taken.
n " '" " ' j e ' , v
and of industrious bubils. None other need apply.
. . - . own e. n . nciltu I V ,'
111 leSCII U D UUUVC U IBllirw,ui sijwu uiuitti.uaiw.u., ,
,u o u v,,i,r ,! ,,lc
Lancaster, May 28, 1847.- v. '' 3
PL jIIJY '-FACTS
WISE & IIILIsARD
"ITTTOULD most respectfully inform the peo-
jf - pie ot rnirhold and adjoining Counties,
that they have this duy commenced receivitic
their STOCK of -s . ... .' ' , ' '.
FALL & .WINTER'. GOODS,
and unotlier lurge nt'rivnl is cxjiectcd in u duy or
two, which, when received will- make their as.
surtmeut complete for. the season in every de-
Curt men t. All persons coming to this (owu to
uy Goods are invited to cull and look through
Ibeir exleaisive and beautifully assorted (Stock ol
Staple ami Fancy Dry Goods,
which are all, of this Fall's importation mid conse-
otientlv of the newest styles nnd -latest patterns.
We linve mi hand and ready lor exhibition one ol
the LARGEST & MOST ELEGANTLY lissorted
Stock nf LADIES' DRESS GOODS, ever opened
iu Lun'custur, and promise to sell them under the
old motto which is "wore goods for a dollar than
any body else." Our Stock of Ladies' Dress Trim
mings embraces a generul vuriety of FRINGES,
GIMPS, CORDS, TASSELS,. BUTTONS, See,
including all lute patterns, -many of which are very
desirable from the fact that they are 'alt the rage-'
, '., Hll A.AV liS'"- -"
Of every kind, quality and sizo can be bought-of
us ut grently reduced prices. .
' J Iloiuiet Hihhoni, ' w
A hu ge lot,! which are new fashionable stylos,
and very chtap, Bonnet Borders, Bonnet' Caps,
and Bonnet Gimp of all kinds. s- : ,
A S.? S ISP , S E ! S S 8 '
' This department of our Stock was never better,
as uo pains or trouble was spared iu getting up
mid selecting this kind of Goods, aud we believe
we huve a better Stock of Gorman and French
Fancy Goods, Yankee Notions, -uud ull 'smull
Wares generally, than any other house. in town.
OUR STOCK OF STAPLE DRV GOODS
is minimally large and prices never known so low
before: when we lira done opening we shall huve
over 2000 pieces of PRINTED CALICOES, rung,
ing in prices from 5 to 1(5 cents a yard, neurly all
of which are the new styles of smull figures, dots,
sprigs, stripes nnd plaid. " ' -:'r ' ' :
The best NINEPENNY CALICOES we have
ever hud, pretty Goods and perfectly fust colors
J0U prates ol Orange nud nine I'riiits, whim
are the best and must durable Goods at their price
m the market.., -. r . ' -.;' v
200 pieces uf plu'ui, plaid and striped ALPAC
CAS, of ull colors ninl qualities 1'ioin 20to 50 cents,
SILK WARP, ALPACCAS.eery cAear
1 ABYSINIAN CLOTHS, in cvery -color and
style, a now article in the liuukut, nud is uneqnul;
ed in richness ot iipieiit-itnce by any goods out
. CO pieces DARK FANCY GINGHAMS. '
10 do Oil cohii-cd - do .'.- .
APRON CHECKS, nil prices. ' r
- 20 Bales BROWN MUSLINS the best ni town.
Bleached Miislius,JBInclied & Brown Drillings
Bleached, Brown uud Cul'd Canton Flannels
10 bales TICKING, superior quality.. We have
not si;.Ki:i;i'iA(; goods,!
;'.'. " . . s in great variety, such as 7 '
' BROWN and BLEACH TABLE CLOTHS,
Fiuo Damask Linon do. Naiikin ' ' -J
BLEACH and BROWN SHEETINGS,' from
two to three yards wide! Pillow Case Cottons,
Furniture Cheoks, Fmnituie Calicoes . , -
Domestic Plaids, Towel, Diaper mid Crash, in
short every thing in this line uf Goods ut whole
sale prices. ' ' . ' -
72 J pieces of Blue Black. Bmwn. Olive, Claret,
Oxfurd mix'd, Invisible Green, Stbel mixed nnd
Blue Cloths, of ull qualities uud prices. Cull and
examine, : ,
. A good Stock and handsome variety of '
.-,.'.. AS'SIJTI ERE S .;"
Plain. Black, Blue Black, also Durred,Striped and
,- VESTINGS from ninepence pattern to four
dollars, consisting ol all kinds, sulm, l imn, (i
guied and Bard, Cashmore Vostings of every
price, Silk V elvet and Vuleniiiu do ;- : , . . ",
; 120 pieces SattincH,
of all sorts, colors, kinds, qualities mid prices. '
40piocea KENTUCKY JEANS, Gold mixed
Blue, Black, Cutlet uud Browu lroin twenty to
filty cents a ynrd. . - -...- ,
10 pieces Sheeps Grey Fulled' Cloths, a very
heavy Gouds for Winter pnuts. ,, ..
10 DUAY LOADS OF. .
now dnlondlng, Thick Boots severnl qnalitios, .
FINE CALFund MOROCCO BOOTS,
Kip and Brogan SHOES, Ladies' Lace BOOTS
- GAITERS, WALKING SHOES uud Slipper
'! Boy' Thick Boots,' Thick Kip and Calf Shoes
. Misses' Boots and Wulkius Shoes ' - ,: " N
: Geiitlemens', Ladies' aud Misses,' India Rubber
Shoes. '," -' ' ... ,.. '
Fur, Plain and trirn'd Cloth, Oil Cloth, Plush,
au)., Betinu Vista, Navy and Genelul Taylor styles,
. Childreu and lulants t aucy Lups. -
.', .A general assortment of
3AP.D7TARB ,'0 KIIT.V, :
; GLASS AND tiUEK.NSWAItK,
' Our STOCK of GROCERIES ia liirs and o
eoodquulily. All kind of DYE STUFFS con-
tuntly on band. - - - -.'--,:-,
On Hand A Iso, '
A largo lot of Cotton Yarn, Coverlet Warp, Car
pet Chain and Cnndlewickmg. r inuiiy every thing
in the FOREIGN and DOMESTIC, STAPLE and
FANCY DRY GOODS LINE, all of which is to be
sold very cheap, and all we ask is an opportunity
to prove it by showing Goods and telling prices.
: v -, Cash on Hand, ; -
;; For Wheat, Rye. Outs and Com. ' '' -, '
:V-. WANTED,' !:.:
. AH kinds of trade in exchange fur Goods, .
. ;":'- - WISE & lHLLA.RD.v-',
Lancaster. October t, 1847. .-29
Rookseller and .Stationer,
One door teest of the Hocking Valley Bank.
EE PS enns'antlyon hand, a lurgo assortment
o Mtvlical Miscelhinerius and Cschool books
Also Blimk-bnokiu Ktatiunnry &ci S:.c. of every
description. All of which will be aold at prices
ns moderate as tboso of liny establishment iu
1 . n," ;
ri-1' I pi V
For Casli and I'l odiuc Only.
Wholesale aiitl Kctail.
ANOTIIKU TREMKNDOUS' AllltlVAI. OK
KJ bringiug Guilds lo tlio i
G R E AT W E S T E R N ;
ih shm'iMftt limn th:ir iinv slock was ever deli-
vered hi theSluto. The Great Western pati-ou:
the lightning lines, bi.ying- Goods oflener,
receiving them quicker und sellmgaiter than ull
Lancaster tneether.' s .
-ftotonly the Eastern Cities of. the United States
have lent tlieir share, but the whole World has
contributed its portion to make our stock iu every
: . - p . .
respect whut the citizens of Ohio wish-rHAND
BOMB; FAHHION ABLE ami CHhAI". ,
JAMES C. MACCRACKEN having connected
himself with WORK GALBRAITH, under the
""P0' Mtaata ;aLui,in, mm
still owning part ol one of the most extensive
,1 1. ... . . ,r I
wholesale Mores ill New York
nud the largest
mamilaeturiugestulilishmenta in theUuiled 5 tales,
they art) receiving a larger lot of Goods than ever
was brought, even to the Great Western, . '"".'
On the 10th of Muy. the Store Room and Street
were blockaded with our boxes.. " - -v.
Our manufacturing establishment, us usual, has
supplied us with every variety, of -American man-
ulacttired DRY GOODS, tunnelling us with Cloths,
wliicb we are enabled to sell ht least 50 cents on
the yard less thuu any other. Merchant can buy
tliem. . v . . . -
Our Slock of CASSIMERES. ' SATTINETS,
TWEEDS and CALICOES cannot lie be equalled, J
kMiw m prices or style. ' , ' .
Jlio oteainships, surah imiuus and. Culedntiia,
which brought the lust fuvui uble account uf con
tinued good pi-ices for Grain nnd Flour; brought
for us, direct from. Europe, au unusually large
stock of handsome fashionable DRES8 GOODS
for the LADIES and' for the GENTLEMEN
every variety of latest styles. " ; '
VVe have unotlier very large stock ol BROWN
MUSLINS nud being of our own niake.iiotwiih
standiug the advance iti the price of those Goods
in the Euat, persons, who buy nt the Great Wes
tern, suy that muslins are cheap us ever, while
those that go to other stores will contend they
never "were so hiah priced. Z .- : '
Our BLEACHED MUSLINS, being also from
our own maniiluctury , we cuu warrant their qnal
itv, mid Our ttrices any ono cau see are the low
est..'. -Indeed, ull who wish to buy couds tnuile
iu the United States will soon asicertuiu, that if
they wish to buy tbein cheap,' they must go to
the Great Western.- '. .' ' , - '
..We have ticking, nt 121 cents per yard, that
is better thun ever sold in Ohio at 18. .'
Our STOCK OF CALICOES never was lurg
er nnd ull entirely new styles, ns nil know thut,
until we received this last stock, we had scarce
ly a diess pattern in the house. : v . k-
We liaveneut'ly OUOU pieces, over MW) diner
ent patteriiB,atnoiig tltein n beautiful rich Ging
hum print, only 18J cents per yard a style of
Goods always .lieretolore sold ut 31 to 27 j cents.
. The very handsomest American print at Man
ufacturer's prices', only 12 J cents per yard.--' .
The handsomest blue and orange prints ever
made. ' . . . ' " . . ' r - - '
The variety of our dress "odds is nnusuully
large a very lurge stock of both English aud
French Ginghams - ' , '
Black, -fc while Scolch Ginghams, cheaper than
ever known iu the West. Gingham Lawns aud
Muslin Giughums, Madder colored Lawns, Rose
butl &e.,' the very latest style. Monterey and
litiena Vista dress Root Is, Very rich and beautiful
entirely liew, but 2(i days from. England, Best
Uumbu.mes, Veuitian Organdies, blriped J laid
Lawns.-1. '.- . ,. ,'.- . :,'?,.'
,,' A very large stock nf Ribbons, every variety
of style.all the latest importations, customers cuu
und must wuke up we sell them so cheap. t "
LADIES AKDMISsSKS UO.N.MIiTS r lorence
biuid Bonnets at any price; ' .,
A spleuded assortment uf Spring nnd Summer
artificials. , ' i; . , .. .'- .. , .
Ladies French work Collars,' unustiully cheap
und beautildl. . , ' - ; .
' Gloves and milts, every vuriety und price.
Lyms Crapes a beautiful and new style goods.
. A very large stock of SUMMER SHAWLS all
beautiful Cashmere, D'Ecore, Mouslin de Lain,
and twisted Silk Shawls, ol first-quality.''-'
I A IIH-'st SI ft'l'l.'Wsl ...id Sl.no. l avsnriiin.!
black and Bronze GAITERS, HALF GAITERS,
Bootees, &c, all pui cliused uf the ihuuiitucturera,
IloBiery of every color and duality some as low us
10 cents a pair; white und black cultoil.
- PARASOLS Gingham and Silk PurasiiJels. :'
For tbeGentlemeii we have a nf little everything,
German! French, American i utld West of England
cloths,":-' s ,. ;' ''' - - ' ' .
Fancy Tweeds, Gambronns, Linens", Nmikeous
Cunib'ei'luud plaids, I'nsia Checks, Ringgold singlo
mill .Cassumures and ninny other vai it-lies, lor
Genllemen's suninier iunts--fancy - oussimeres,
black cassimeresi Our assortment of coalings
is unusually lurge. ' - ' - " v.
" Crotoii coatings Erniinett do.. Mazurka do.
Gold mixed Tweeds, ull wool, very low, Ainu'zou
Cloth. - ,.. : ,. ' ':.; ; ". : ' v '
' Silk warp Codingtons nil benttliliil. '
: Lusting cord, uu etitiioly uew article for gen
tleniou's wear. -' --'!"",'. " '!...' ' .'-" ."'
, Tweeds from 25 cents per yard np. , ,
. ("ashmeretts. ''";. . ' ' - "' -' ' v
' Meu's best culf boots men's slippers and shoos
of every kind. . -. - :
Veslmgsof aiiy kind from I2i cents per yard
up.'.. .'.. -' .., - -.' .-.' '-'. ' ';
I'ulm loaf Huts at lower prices than ever before
were brought to tlio West. ( , ' ,v - ..' t
Leghorn huts equally cheap, .
Carpet Clmiii, colored aud white. , s.
. Coverlid Yarn best cottou yuru, long reel only,
ludigoof bestquiility. ' 1 - ' - '''..'"
Our stock of GROCERIES is uniisiially lurge
and were purchased, ut New Orleans,, nt the lows.
est prices- . our cpuee is oi tne uesi quuniy nice
ulwaya op liund. , ' " '
We are detormined that the Great Western
anil the Goods sold by the Great Western shall
speak tiir themselves. - All we usk is thut ull, who
wish lo buy Goods cheap for ready pay, will call
at oiirestulilishmunt, see uur constantly, cuungui
varieties und nsk prices. . -, .; ,
.We. are always tho first to raise the price of
Gram and the hut to-put it lower.
. Any quality of CASH ulWuyshll hand for far
mer's Produce, nud Waggons unloaded ut our
Waro-liouse without any work of the Farmer,.-
CpinoAtben, every body to the Great Woslerii,
- - , MACCRACKEN ,"t GALBRAITH. ,
-Lancaster. May 14lh, 1817. 1
THE OAtLl r l l lONAE WIIKJ,
IS published iu the City of Washington, einy
day, at 3 oVIork; P. M.Smmay. excepted
and served lo subscribers in the City, nt ihe Navy
Yanl. iii Georartonn, in Alexandria, and iti Ballv
more, lite same evening at f tents a week, paya
ble lo ihe sole Aumt lor Urn ivmg,it, L. ijiitciiis.st,
Esq., or his order . - It is also mailed to any pari of
llie Untied Suites for $4 per annum, or $2. for six
months, payabfe in advauie,, - '
Adveriiseineuis iif ten lines rsr-less inserted one
time for 50 cents, two times for 75 cents, tinea linirss
for l, one week for $1 75, l'o weeks forfl 75,
One month f 4, livn moutlis $1, three monllis $1(1,
six nuinlhs Ifij.oiieyear Jj30payablo alwaaf in
advanre.A "i . :' t ' '
TIis-IMatiosal Wttio is what iu name indicates',
il speaks the sentiment of' the Whig patty ol llie
Union on every question of public policy. , It ad-J
vocaies tne dec lion to Ihe Presidency - of Zuchary
Taylor, subject to ihe decision ol a Whig Nniioual
Coiiventiou.. Il makes war tn Ihe knife upon : all
Ibe measurei aed acts of tne Adnliuistiatiou deeui
vd lobe averse to the intaresls ol llie country, nnd
exposes ivtilmut lesr or favor llie corruptions of the
piny iu power. Its columns me open lo eveiy man
in llie country, for the discussion of politics) i any
otlwf qurstioui '. ' ...' ''
' In addition to politics, s Uige spare lii the Na
tional Whig will ha devnied to the publications up
on Agtieultiire, Mechanics, and other useful arts.
Science in general, Law, Medicine, Sliilislics, iq.
A weekly lil of the Paienls issued by the Patent
Ollice will likewise h puldislu'd ihe whole for
iniug a co.nplcie hunily newspaper. ,' , 'f
Tlio M'fck'y l'aiion;il AVhlyr ,
One of lUe latgesl newspapers in the Unitetl Slates,
is made up from llie columns of the Daily Nation
nl Whi; and is published every Saturday for the
low price of $1 pet annum., payable in advance:
A-double sheet of eight pages iVill be given whcHev
er the press of mutter (hall justify ', " "'
The memoirs of General Teylor, ivi'.ltea express
ly foi the National Whig, ate iu course of publica
tion. They commenced with ihe second Number, a
large number of copiii of which have beet, prin
ted to supply rails for hack numbers. ' .
CHAS. vW, FENTOV. 1 .
Propsiclor of National Whit;.
Jinpoi'taiu from the South.
LATE AND LARGE ARRIVAL OF
ii i nIsTea d7do t ir .
WIIOLESALK AND ltKTAIt,
: C EB CO C23 im Ui. EJ s
H4VK JUST UKCf.lVtD mOJt TH t So I) TH , Ajt, aRUS
TOCK of GROCERIES, &cV
' .uniting which may be fuuud,.
NeWOileans SUGAR, ' Indigo and MVidller - "'.
Louf do, "Alum and Copperas '-' '
Rio and Java COFKEE, Cloves and Ciiinumon, .
l'lauttttinu Molasses, Nutmegs nnd Sturch , '.
Sugar House do. Cum wood and Logwood!
Rice and Ruislm, ". - Salaratus and Whitinrr.
Cav.'aud Spun Tobucco; 8pun.4Spun&comRga
6 Twist . do. No, lr White Lead and Oil .'. '
Popuermid Spice, Powder, Shot aud Cap ,. '
Muckerel and Hon ing Wrnupui" Patier
White Fish and Shad - FishuiK Poles St Tackle-' "
Teas and. Chocolate ' i Pipes, Snap, &o.
'. Constantly on bund by the Barrel or potincL' .
: nc::. . ;
Wo have made arrangements fur a constant aud
e'gnlaf stipply of LAKE FISH, which will com -
meuce to arrive as soon as the Cunul is -otienedl
North. . Citizens ul'Fuiifield look iuut this fatalx.
libhment hefora you purchase, and you will sav I
money, that isa "fixed fact" nud uo humbug; t -
Lancaster, February 26, 1847.
Eonau u licKEUT,
HAS constantly on hand and for sale nt bis old
Stand, on Broad-Wuy, three doors-South of ,
the Market House, a general assortment of .....
l ii U.XJiVmMaistWiSMX
Manufactured by experienced work-,
men und uf the most modern styles: .
eon sitting of ' ,' '
.. ITRENCS ; CBAIP.Di ': ;
Sofas, Sociables, Divuhs, Ottomans .'. ' ', , . ,
. - Centre. Pier, Curd, Dressing, Eud, During aud
, Tea TABLES, ' , ' , , . '
Dressing, French und Plain BUREAUS, ' '.' . '
' Wardrobes, Wasbsttulds, Luckei's, Workstunds,
FRENCH, AND HIGH AXO LOW POST
t':.- H3 DISSS' HA IDS 9
And nil other articles in his line thut may' bo -called
for. . His work will be mudo of 'the best
muterials nud finished in a lietit und durable man
net-. Having u large and select stock on hand ha
will dispose of the same ut reduced prices, and us
low aaauy mau sells urlic'es of equul quality at
auction. . : ," T ..-' ' '- ' :
V i-f-Z "I-. '; tvi
'y A;. EW HEARSE, ' ;
with fine Horse and Harness, calculated fur the,
als. : All Coffins made to order. The subscriber
will promptly attend funerals auv where in the
finin.v will, hia flmirnn fen nf ..vleis .hAl-ftn! ntirl
all hin i:hnere will he nl i-Rdnced ni-ie.ps. : : '- v ,'.
The subscriber returns bis grateful thanks to
litj.d.l li.tAin.iV iiiv.l w.nai'l Tilll v ..l.i.u u .fn-
IV. ... V . B l.l.V. V.d..V.V...V...J milVIW m VU'l-
titiuunce of their patronuge. : . -:'-,-.,
'.'.. ... ' '. GEORGE Li ECKERT.- '
T fttiiitilrti iVrsTifiiiirw S 1R47 i , 1t
'; i.VrV.S.'DR. .ROWERS'
: . "i COMPOUND SVIlfJP OP '.''" '..'
v wii, v m '' - & .rk Bmm m m .'.
Ls A V till W im J, ia.XiJJ TAn .
A SAFE and certain CURE for CONUM Pr.
TION of the LUNGS, Spitting of BLOOD,
Couphs, Colds, Asthma, Pain iu the Side, Bronchi-
ii, Whoop'u g Cough, and, ALL PULMONARY
AFFECTIONS., ... '. . V- ,V : ..... -.
Certificate of Dr. ll'jn, .(. Richards a', veil known
practitioner of more than tueiity years standing.'
To all wiotp it may concern, 1 make ihe follow.;
ing siaiameni.- Conscious that it may appear tin
prolrtssioual, Ii is only from a perfect cnnviciiim nnrl
I thornugh knowledge of the I'Sseulial benefit and
scientific origin of the pri'paianou spoken of that I
lei I coustraiiietl from a sense uf duty "to comply
wilh the request nf the ptoniielnr. . ' ' . K :, - s .
. I tun a most inveirtate opposer of quacks and
quack medicines iu any lorni, nud most fully coin.
.A ..lit. il.u ,.lu.,.tt. lh. t',ul ni V.tl.'tre Iu.mIm
ud oped hy the Medical Convention of Ohio lelating
particularly to that sutiject; ll may therefore beta
feriodlhst it isoiily fioa. personal experiment Witlf,
the 'preparation, and a positive assitraitre of il
beneficial results, thai induces me to lecoiituicud it
as being all tn.it it represents itself to be. ;
'-.The patient, Mi. t hades Wade, ' Sixth' street,.
Market .Spacc. whoin 1 allowed 'to tiy the effect of
ihe medicine, (but nhich I would have done under
tin consideration whatever had 1 not seen a copy of
ihe receipt from which lb" medicine' is prepared,
obtu lied lroin the agent, nnd n hich 1 am satisfied
is authentic.) was quite low with the early itagei
of pulmonary cnnsumpiiDu, foi which I had been
ticaiiug iu ihe usual maimer, though with Irss than
my usu il sin cess in his earnest request, and that
oi nisriieuus, I es.amii.ejl lite .ie.i:c.pi,. nun was
sufficient!)' satisfied of ill scientific, cosapositiou to
allow the trial, and 1 am obliged 10 confess its effect
was ai least surprising, inasmuch that after the con
sumption nf the second bonle my' pro'essioual visits
were discontinued, though I fieqmmtly saw mypa
tient afterwards, testnred in pei feet health. . . '.. .
i'l. preparation is railed "Dr.; Rogers' Coin
pound Syrup of I. iver on and Tar;" and from th
exauiiiiatinu of die receipt and the success iu my
ovi'ii'expeiiuieut , I tlii coitscieitliously iecominess.1
it as a useful rind valuable medicine; and I should
urge my bjoihct pianiiiotiers lo procure the receipt,
as Meed convinced they will Hgiee with me as to it
excellence, aud will no doubt use -ir in their p,ac
lice, as 1 shall must certainly du, believing il to ba
a masi valuable aid. in- pulmonary cases that bafll
the urtliuary mode of treatment. -' ,r
--' ; . WM.J. RICHARDS, M. IX
. Cidclumni, 0,1.1; lt44. ,. ' n'-''
i.. " ASTONISHING CURE! ! ' ; ' ''
Of Mrs. Dknj. .Smith, hvius on the imrth n'de'o
Aiin sticei, one square uoith of the CtUctuualiHof.
aiial. '; '" ' .;'v.'- V:' '',". ; '-'.,;'' . ' .
This is to certify that my wife was attacked with'
a violent cough, which settled on her lungs anil re-'
il need her so low that' hrr physician could do uQ
more for tier. She exhibited precisely the sans
sv.mplmiis as my daughter did before her death (she
liiiving rjied with ilia same disease) aud all our
fiiends were convinced - she , would live out a
ihurl lime longer. ' i wasat this time recommended
to ny-Dr. Rogers' celebrated Syrup of, Livei
wort and 'Par.' With little or no hopes, 1 proruied
holtle of the agent' in this ciiy, and upon irluiB-
iug I found my ivife absolutely -atrauglmg wills her
I K..a Iur. .In.e.a fa.r
sui'ifn, A cuii.lii.ii,.ro d o , ft
spoonfiil evcry hour, for- forty eight houis which,
raised her as by a minele. I have since adininis-
leren l.C in smati nose?, nine.. uiu.igu, ik, iia.
the use of iti fourth bottle, and she ii now doing;
her house work as usual. I have nut the (lighten,
doubt thin she would have been in ber grave but for
this invaluable medicine) audi return my tincer
thanks to the eminent inventor of it, and do most .
urgently incomnieud all psrsens afflicted wllU any
disease of the lungs to give ll a triatc -'n
,;- . : : ,; . ; . . BENJAMIN SM ITH.
1 certify that my husband's statement of my rasa
above,' is stiicily correct in every pellicular, and,
most cordially join him in grateful thanks lor th
benefit I nave derived from this valuable medicine,
'. ;;i nil ABIGAIL SMITH, ;
Cincinnati, Fell. 13th, 1845. . (V
. A. L. SCOVILL Wholesale' Agenl ftir tlio
West and South Smnbeast corner of Sih aud Race
Streets, Ciueiiiuati, Ohio.: ; ', ' '
The above valuable medicine are also for sale at"
; . - BURY & BECK, Druggist
Lancaster, June 4, 1847. ' ly33.
Attorney : and Counsellor at Law
' AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCl-.Ks ;
firCmcn. Tallmnd"e's Bitilding 3U Story, .