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Most Spaniards who cau afford it havo
their family or bolster doctor, the Mcdi
to it Cabecera, and their Confessor.
This pair takes care of the bodies and
souls of the house, bring them gossip,
share their puchero, purse and tobacco.
They rule the husband through the wo
'men and the nursery, nor do they allow
' their exclusive privileges to be infringed
on. Etiquette is the life of a Spaniard,
and often his death, since every one has
heard (the Spaniards swear it is all a
' French lie) that Phillip III. was killed
rather than violate a form. He was seat
ed near the fire, and, although burning,
tf course as a king of Spain the impro-
: prietv of moving himself never entered
his head, and when he requested one of
his attendants to do so, none, in the as
eeiioo of the proper officer whose duty it
Was lo pen n tend the royal chair, ven
tured to take the improper liberty. In
case of sudden emergencies among her
Catholic Majesty s subjects, unless the
family doctor be present, any other one,
even if called in. generally declines act
ine until the regular Esculapius arrives.
' An Knglisn medical inenuoi ours saved
' a Spaniard's life, by chancing to arrive
when the patient, in an apoplectic fit,
was foaming at the mouth and wrestling
with death; all this time a strange doc-
. tor was sitting quietly in the next room
amokinghis cigar at the brasero, the chaf-
' ing dish, with the woman of the family.
Our friend instantly took thirty ounces
from the sufferer's arm, not one of the
Spanish party even moving from their
seats. Thus Apollo preserved him!
The same medical gentleman happened
accidentally to call on a person who
had an inflamation in the corner of the
eye: on questioning he found that many
consultations had been previously held,
at which no determination was come to
until at the last, when sea-bathing was
prescribed, with a course of asses milk
and Chiclana snake-broth; our heretrical
friend, who lacked the true faith, just
' touched the diseased part with caustic,
When this application was reported at
the next consultation, the native doctors
all crossed themselves with horror and
amazement, which was increased when
the patient recovered in a week.
As a general rule at the first visit they
look as wise as possible, shake their heads
, before the women, and always magnify
the complaint, which is a sate proceed
ing all over the world, since all physi
cians can either kill or cure the patient;
in the first event they get greater credit
and reward, while in the other alterna
tive, the disease, having been beyond
the reach of art, bears the blame. The
medico exhibit considerable ingenuity in
prolonging an apparent necessity tor a
continuance of their Visits. A common
interest induces them to pull together
a rare exception in Spain and play in
to each other's hands. The family doc
tor, whenever appearances will in any
wise justify him, becomes alarmed, and
' requires a consultation, a Junta, What
ever any Spanish Junta is iu affairs of
peace or war neeu not oe explained, ana
these are like the rest, they either do
nothing, or what they dodo, is done bad
ly. At these meetings from three to sev
en Medico de apclacion, consulting phy
sicians, attend, or more, according to the
patient's purse: each goes to the sick
man, feels his pulse, asks him some ques
tions, and then retires to the next room to
consult, generally allowing the invalid the
benefit of hearing what passes. The Pro
tomedico, or senior, takes the chair; and
while all are lighting their cigars.the fam
ily doctor opens the case, by stating the
birth, parentage, and history ot the pa
tient, his constitution, the complaint, and
the medicines hitherto prescribed.
The senior next rises, and gives his o-
pinion, often speaking for half an hour;
the others follow in their rotation, and
then the Protomedico, like a judge, sums
up, going over each opinion with com
ments: the usual termination is either to
confirm the previous treatment, or make
some insignificant alteration: the only
certain thing is to appoint another consul
tation for the next day, for which the fees
are heavy, each taking from three to five
' dollars. The consultation often lasts
. many hours, and becomes at last a chron
ic complaint. Ford's Spaniards and
Shipwreck 92 lives lost.
The New York packet, Stephen Whit-
Nov, was wrecked on the 10th on rocky
island on the Irish coast. In ten minutes
she was dashed to atoms, and but 18
110 persons escaped. The vessel and
cargo wore worth $60,000. One of the
passengers lost was Thomas McCrague
LANCASTER, Friday, December 17.'1847.
noHBICTIO WIKILT IT KMKIAD DOTT.
Molasses, . . . .
Dried A notes. ... SO
Clover Seed.... 3 25
White Beam,.... 624
Shot 1 75
Powder ....6 25
White Fitti,... $910
Pickeral $7 00
Cav. Tobacco, . 14 33
Kentucky do . ..74'S8
iy We have received no late report of Mar
ket. Buyer lu town, are giving, we learn, from
2 to $2,50 for Pork. Tlii is as muclia ia given
iu any of our neighboring town.
Chillicothh, Deceember 14.
The price of Wheut i 90 93 c, Four retails at
$5.00. Corn 20 iu the ear, 25 cents; shelledtOuts
25c; Barley 400450; Flaxseed 70075c.; Bean
500(13 ceiitu Lard. 3 cento; Bucon, Hog round,
6 eta. Hog f202,5O.
$202,55 y 1UU I6i. are ottered tor fork, the
lulter according to our reporter, being the highest
mice that cau be huu tor good Hog. Hut lew
contract have been innde, in part owing to the
unfavorable weather. uazettt.
Drowned. Samuel Maeklin, of this
county, a young man ot 21, years, was
drowned last week in Rush creek. He
undertook to cross the streum, which was
swollen with the rains, on horseback,
when both were carried down some dis
tance. 1 he horse escaped. U. haste.
There will be a meeting of the Lancaster In
titute on Friday evening the 17th inst., at the
H. H. Robinson, Esq., will deliver an Address
on "a very interfiling tubject."
Alter which the following question will be dis
"Should Capital Punithment be abolithed in
the Stale of unto.
3. B. Hart. Affirmative: Rev. W Cox, Neg,
The citizeus generally are respectfully invited
II. C. WHITMAN, President.
CHARLES SLA DIC Secretary.
December 17, 1847.
The Olilo Cultivator for IS 19. I
Publiikedal Columbia Ohio, oh Ike lit aui 15(A
of each month,) M. 11. Batiham, Editor and
Proprietor, Termi $1 per year font eopiie
for payment invariably in advance.
The fourth Volume of the Ohio Cultivator wil'
commence Jan. 1st 1843. This paper hu now
become so well known that it is icarcelv Decent-
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couimendationsit ha received from the Public
Press and oilier sources. The editor is deter
mined to spare no pain on hi part to sustain
the reputation of the work, and make each ui
cerdiii volume more useful than the preceding
one: Our motto is upward ak don ward: and
the object of the "Cultivator" is uut only to col
lect and disseminata valuable fuel and iufurmu
linn relating to practical agriculture; but to in
spire the Farmers with more just conceptions of
Ihe dignity of their Drofosioni to influence them
to cultivate the hind a well us the toil, and thus
elevate themselves to that uositiou which it is
tnelr duty and privilege to occupy a Amkiucaj
Aoriculturalists, iu this age of Progress and
With its very large list of contributors, Hum
beriug over tvo hundred, most of them practical
turniura in the West, the pages of the '-Cultivator"
will contain the results of Experience, as
well a the touching of Science; unci beiug writ
ten or selected with speciul reference to the cli
mate, and production of Ohio, this paper will be
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ers of this and adjoining Stales. It will contain
itesl intelligence ol the tlarkelt ot tins coun
try and England i notices of the weather aud the
crops: descriptions ( with K.ioiuy inos) of improv
ed implement miicniUHs. ate; iiisu ucuous in gur
dening and fruit culture, rearing and inuungcuient
of domestic uuirnuls, construction of farm build-
lues, fences, &c., und a "ladle department
devoted to household affairs, useful receipts, &c.
The friends of Improvements in Ohio aud ad
joining State are requested to obtuiu aud forward
subscribers lor the Ohio Cullivutor. Keinemuer
that the price i only tcventy-Jive cenlt euch,
when four or more names are sent by one person.
All subscriptions must commence with the first
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bers aud a prospectus will be forwarded to ull
who desire them.
CSTNow it the time to tubtcribe! Loiters with
reniituiices muy be sent by muil lit the rink aud
expense ol the publisher.
AddresB. M. B. BATEHAM.
A MTV. have this 27th day of November, A. D.
WW 1847. purchased the entire (STUCK OF
GOOD8 from G. A. FLEMING, and will continue
the mercantile business at the Old stand in Li
thopolis, under the firm of
J. F. & K. S. FLEMING.
December 17, 1847. 4w32
TUB FAHMEIt'S IJXE
JOHN EITINGEIl & CO.
HAVING now received from flew York, Phil
ilelphia and Baltimore, their
aad well snwrlsd Stock ttt
M & WINTEIl GOODS,
Are now prepared te offer the citizens of Fairfield
and adjoining counties, the most extraordinary
inducement fur the purchase of CHEAP Goods
ever ottered in this county.
Just received and bow opening a splendid a
sort orTei keri, Plain aud Erubr'd Thibbet.Wool
A large assortment of Ladies' DRESS Goods.
tatctt itylet and warranted colors, consisting of
Moiisliu snd Grape de Laines, Cashmeres, La
ma, Plaids, paramattas. Satin, Striped and Silk
Warp Alpaca, of all color.
2000 Piece of CAI.ItOI S,
OJ au colore,
100 pieces of Satinets and Jeans, Plain, striped
and Hui 'd. A large and superior lot
which we ran sell ut from $1,50 to $5 per yurd,
Phiid Linscy, Gala Plaids, White. Red and
10 Bales Drown Musliu aud Sheotiiigs.froui 4-4
to 6-4 wido
100 Pieces Blenched do. do 3-4 to 0-4
00 do Tickings from to 20c per yard
A large assortment of
cntjwiA' QVEEMt ir.f nr.
GLASS AND oTONEWAUE.
Looking (iilaisci, all prices.
Our stock is full and complete, embracing eve
ry variety of uoods. nnil Imve been selected with
the greatest care and at tho very lowest cash
prices. We would invite tl; attention of persons
coming to Lancaster to buy Cheap Good at whole-
tale or retail, to call and examine our stock, well
assured that we run oiler them better Goods, at
lowor prices, than any other house iu town.
All kiudsof COUNTKT PKODLCK taken
iu exchange for Goods.
50,000 Kutiiclft of Wheat,
For which the Cash is always ready.
JOHN EFF1NGER St, CO.
Lancaster, December 3. 1847. 30
LOOK OUt fur rlirnn It.nrirnlni I aiekiF
' j There is not sinsn, woman, or child, but should
S Til I TIX & TOIJG-f ak medicine.it this eon of tlie year, but iw,
rii; l i rn .i i;f, especially at this present time: for there probably
Fashionable lailOrS & ClolhicrS,," never.., many re, exi.tiog.ton period
A VE just received from New York, at their ' " l'"r' ''""r 10 Produce " of
land, lu the rooia lormerly occupied by
AiHlvorin d- ttiuocn, mum Bireet. l.iicUr
Ohio, auother splendid assortment of
Carriage snd Wagoa Manufjctsrjr.
r IiHANKr UL for past tutors, the aiulersicnetl
X would respectfully Inlorsn his frMMilsauil the
public generally, that be l still engaged in the a
bovt (branch uf business, at the Old Si and.
and a quarter iln Kmtt of Lmncatltr, eat the
Pike, where be Batten himself that be M belter
calculated and prepared tn exwiit woi-k, in
i: i: adv tiadi; clotiiixg,
uituble for the FALL aud WI.NTERSEASO.NS.
Inch they pledge iheinselvc to sell a low, ll
not lower tluo any other article of the came
uality cau be sold iu this market. The lollowiur
articles compose part of their Stock, lit:
upcr. bl k &. lilue Bl It t reucu & Luglisb Uotlis
Urowo " " Ho
Blue ' " do
Invisible Green " " do
Golden Mixed ' " do
Grey " ' do
Fine BEAVKR CLOTH forOVEIi-COATS
" Blue PILOT do
" Plane aud Plaid French CASSlMEitES
" Figured Silk VEST1.NGS
" " CiishrnKi'e do
" " Viiliutia do
" Sheeps GreV Cassimere do
lane UaiT'd and Striped Cussinet, al' qualities
" ' hutiii vesting. &c. Slc
Alsi, a splcmlid asiHjrtuieut of
EX2AD7 alAUJi OLOTHIHO, il iu their bodies. A (his advice is useJ so
of all Qualities and pattern, for sale very low, I will the health be. The lime will vet be w hen
Consisting of Clonks, Oter-Coals. Blark uiid Blue i a muu that makes a good medicine ahull be hon
Frotk aud Dree Cents. Pants. Vests. Khirta, iored more thiiu he who is an adept iu the art of
liosoms, Mock, noii-.iijiwrers, nanuKerciiiuis, war.
Gloves, Collars. Drawer. Luder-Shirt, aud The BBANDRETH S PILLS are sold for 25
Trimmings of nil kinds ami descriptions.
Thc-y also feel theimelve coineteut aud pre-
pureil to 1,1, 1 hiiij niAnr. ut uuur.rt upon me
ilOK TI.S T M I It Lund iu the most laliiouaote
aimer, CLOTHES of all KINDS.
Gentlemen would do well to call and examine
their stK:k belore purchasing elsewhere, iu it will
amply compensate them lor their trouble.
ft.Mll II &
Lancaster, November 5, 1847. SII
t3r We read, not long ago, an authen
tic story of a miserly wretch who seized
the dead body of his debtor, took it to his
house, and swore that he would keep if
there unburied until the debt should be
paid by somebody. In one week, the
putrifying carcass bred a pestilence, of
which the creditor died. Our country
we think, should see a moral in this
Mexico cannot pay us what our Govern
ment claims to be due from her, but if, as
indemnification for the debt, we seize
her carcass, with political life pressed out
of it, and annex it to our Republic, the
presence of the dead body may soon prove
tatal to me living one. uou. journal,
Tribute of Itespect.
At a meeting of Charity Lodge, No. 7, 1. O. of
O. K., hold outhe lllh hist, the following report
and resolutions were adopted:
Lancaster, December 7, 1847.
To the OJicen and' Membert of Charity Lodge,
No. 7. . O of O.F.
Brothert Your Committee appointed to draft
resolutions expressive of our sentiment and feel
ings, relative to the deuth of our esteemed Brother
JOHN M. CREED, would offer the fullowiug
Again, through a wise and inscrutable Provi
dence, bus the messenger of death invaded our
mystic circle and culled a Brother from our midst.
A strong man iu the vigor of his age has fallen by
our side ; a warm heart has beeu chilled iu death,
and the friendly voice of our beloved Brother
hall he heard no more m our councils. Could
our love have shielded his bosom from the resist
less stroke, his face now mouldering; in the tomb
would vet gladden us with its wonted smile. But
heaven has claimed him from our arms aud open-1
ed to his disembodied spirit the put h way ot light
to the high aud holy mysteries of the tteruul
In view of the loss we huv" sustained, pormit us
to cner uie following resoiuuons.
Kttolved, 'lhat m the death ot Brother JOHN
M. CREED, our Order bus sustained the loss of a
worthy aud efhcieut member, whose virtues,
amiable character and gentlemanly deportment,
won for bim our love and esteem.
Retohed, That we most deeply and sincerely
ympathise with the widow and relatives of the
decensed.m our commou bereavement aud assure
them, that whilst we mourn with thein the un
timely fate of our departed Brother, his name
hall olten be mentioned anion k us. and his mem
ory be fondly and deeply enshrined in our heart.
Ketolvea, l nat a copy ot these proceedings,
;neu ny (tie principal omuers ot our Louse, ue
presented to the widow and relations of the de.
ceased, and ulsn inserted in the several papers of
our town. - UUrCLttl tir.KD, IN. U.
BENJAMIN RE1NMUND, V. G.
A. J. Weddell, J. C, Weaver, J, W. Holt, Com
At a meeting of Ark of Safety Division No. 166,
Sons of Temperance; on Tuesdny Evening De
cember the 14 th, A. D-1847, to express their re-
pect lor the memory oltheir Brother JOHN M.
CREED, and also their deep regret ut his death
A committee ol three was there nnpointed.com
posed of Brothers McVkigh, Borxaud Michaels
to draft resolution expressive of the sense of the
Division, who reported the following, which were
Whereat. Imtlior JOlliV, M. CKEED.amem
ber of this Division, died on the morning of the
3rd instant, after a Ions and painful illness.
Therefore Ketolved, 1 but in Ins death this 111
vision has lost a vuluuble member and a kind
Retohed, That though he be (lend. he vet lives in
the hearts uf his brethren, aud ia the memory of
Retohed, That while we lament his deoth, that
we will endeavur to imitate his goodness ol heart,
Retohed, That we deeply sympathise with his
widow and relutious, and tender to them, in this
trying time, this expression of our respect for the
memory ol our deceased Brother.
Retohed, That we will wear crape on the lelt
arm lor thirty days.
Jtesoived, l hut a copy ot the proceedings of
this Division, signed by the W. P. and R. 8. be
forwarded to the widow of our deceased Brother.
and published in the Ohio Englo and Lancustor
Uaxette. HUBERT REED, W. P,
D. A. HARRISON. R. S.
Valuable ISeal Estate for sale
T"Y virtue of an order from the Court of Com
J3 nion Pleas for Fairfield County, Ohio, I wi
nfter at Publio Sale, at the Court House door i
the Town of Lancnster.in said Fairfield County ,on
'' Saturday the Dad dajof January, 1848
between the hours of 12 o'clock M. and four o
clock P. M. of said day, the following described
Real Estate, belonging to the Estate of the late
fiennml David Rees. deceased, vu: 100 Acres
f Land off the West side of a Farm belonging
snid deceased, iu Greenfield Township. 3 miles
North from Lancaster, in Section No. 24, Towu
hipNo. 15. Range No, 19: Also, 114 Acre West
partoftne Northeast quarter oi oecnun no. u
Township No. 14. Range No. 18, known a the ol
H7iu Farm of said deceased Also, In-Lot No. 1
in the 12th Sanare of the Town of Lancaster, and
being the residence of aid deceased, at the time
of his death: Also, part of In-Lot No. 1 1 ,in the 8th
Square of said Town, Kuown a tne -necnerea
Store," on Main Street. The Town property will
be told subject to the widow' dower, ai now
laid off. The Lands will be old clear and free
of dower. .
The above described property is well improved
and worth the attention of purchaser. Terms
of 8ale One-third part in hand, and the residue
in two equal annual piy ments, with mterest from
the day of sale. JOHN A. COLLINS. Adm tor
with the Will annexed.
December 17, 1847. 5w32pf$3,73
WE have adopted the READY PAY SYS
TEM, and respectfully invite the citizens
Fairfield utid odjuceut counties, to cull aud ex
HTOCIL 0 GOODS
before purchasing elsewhere, as we are fully de
termined to sell Goods at a LESS PROFIT than
any other establishment iu the wost.
,iuhn r . r l, t.ai u u,
ROBERT S. FLEMING.
N B. All kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE taken
Lithopolis, December 17, 1847. 4w32
Cheu) Jiiiiuicagniii on hand!
ONE DOLLAR WILL BUY
Sixteen pounds of prime N. Orleans Sugar.
JAMES C. HENLEY.
Lancaster, December 10. 1847. 31
BEST QUALITY, at the low rale of 374 :''
per gallon, for aula by CHEAP JIM ME.
Lancaster, December 10, 1847. al
J ml Itccciying and opening,
A FRESH SUPPLY OF
UlTABE for the season, cheaper than ever.
To satisfy yourselves, call on Cheap Jimme.
it Lire r, ut.'mi rv
Lancaster, December 10, 18-17. 31
rjHE primory nnd secondary schools of the
preparatory department of the Lilhopolis
Academy will be opened on Mnnduy.ilie uinnist.
On the 20th a few clusses will bo organized in
the High School department of the simie institution.
Tha Lithopolis Academy is designed both tor
Mule and Femule Pupiis.
Boarding accommodations will be utlordea by
the citizens of the Village.
Lithopolis, December 10, 1847. 3w31.
MARRIED On Sunday morning, the 5th insi
bvtheHev.A. J. Wedde II. Mr. WM. LYNCH
ofTurlton,and Mis CATHARINE HARTMAN
of this town.
DIED In this town, on Friday, the 3d instant.
JOHN M CREEL), Esq., in the 38th year ol li
The death of this distinguished individual, in
the prime ol lite, bus created a void in this com
munity, that cannot easily be tilled. Society Iin
lost a valuable citizen, the cause ot Education
wurin and earnest advocate, Immunity a fast and
firm frieud unci the Church un exemplury and
The deceased lingered for a long time and piv
tieutly bore the uuering that disease brougl
upon him. Hi remains were followed to the
grave, ou Sunday the 5th instant., by his brethren
of the Odd Fellows and Sons of Temperance and
a large concourse of his fellow-citizens. A largo
circle of friend and acquaintance are left
cherish hi many virtues &lament hi early death
DIED At her residence in Baltimore, Fairfield
County, Ohio, on the 2nd day ot December. 1847
Mrs. LLAttK-h;, consort ol Asa Clark
and daughter ofP. & A. Hannuin.
The deceased was born iu Humpshire County,
Massachusetts, on the 30th of May, 1814. She
emigrated to this Slate in 1827 and lettltd in Bal
timore. She was united in marriage with A
Clark, on the 3rd of October, 1831. In 1838. sb
united herself with the M. E. Church, of which
she lived a faithful aud consistent member until
the day of her death. Her disease was the con
sumption, with which she lingered 1 months, with
pious resignation to the will ol her heavenly ratli
er. when she fell asleep in Jesus.
She has left a husband and four children, be
sides a numerous circle of relulion and friends
to mourn her early departure. But their loss
ber eternal gain. Com.
JOHN 1YL CLAUSE'S
Place of Fortune, and Emporium of Capitals,
Fourteenth 8tret, Klchmond, V,
Hit TAKES GREAT PLKiSURE I. orrERINO THE
Brilliant Scheme for Dec, 1847,
"CLARKE has been a VENDER for the lust 15
V J years iu the Cities of Pittsburgh, Pa., Wheel
tug, Va. and Richmond, Va., and refers to tne
Manager in proof of the fact that he hat told more
LARGE CAPITALS than any Vender in the
THIRTY-FIVE TllOLSAM) DOLLARS!
1 3.000 l01. 1 0.000 IMI,S
Alexandria Cla 84, to be drarn Dec, 25, 1847
1 Prize of 35,000 Dollars!
1 Do .13,000 Dollars!
1 Do 10.000 Dollars'
1 Do 5,000 Dollars!
1 Do 3.500 Dollars!
1.... . Do 3,000 Dollars!
1 Do 2,08! Dollars!
1 Do 2,000 Dollars!
20 Do 1,000 Dollars!
20 Do 800 Dollurs!
'JO Do 400 Dollars'.
40 Do 300 Dollars!
&c. &-c. &c.
Amounting to 589,5119 Dolhira. Tickets only (10,
CLARKE sold in the month of August, 1847
the whole of 20,000, and the whole of 10
CLARKE sold, during the mouth of November,
1847, 1 7 CAPITAL PRIZES of $1,000, $600,
$500, $400, $300, $200, dec. and, nut having
sold any ot the Larok Capitals, is confident that
he will sell teverali( the Splendid Capital! for
the month ol December.
CIOkuers for Certificate! or Packaet,Sin'
tie Tickelt and Sharet ill any of the ubove
SCHEMES, addressed to the undersigned, will
receive to most prompt attention, aud an account
of each Drawing forwarded us soon as it ia receiv
ed. Address, Postage Free,
JOHN M. CLARKE, Richmond. Va.
December 10, 1847. 31
10 pound prime N. O. Sugar
AT the Cheap store ot
WISE &, HILLARD.
Lancaster, December 10, 1847 Jl
TJUICE 37J cents a gallon, for sale at the cheap
I store of W1SK&U1LL.AK1)
OK all kinds cheaper than ever at
GATES &, COSl'ER'S,
June 18, 1847.
si' k lies. The reiieated clmnre iu the atmos
phere, by acting as they do Uou the constitution,
and uaafitr of the liluml ilself. vtve nrraMif.n fur
the most btal maliguuiil disoidei. The bile be- j neater, better and mure fashionable style Ibaa ev
come (and often without warning,) in a moat , r fiom the tact that he ha taken greater ear
acrimonious coudithi from these repeutrd ,u ""iuu urn limber and tool and Da
lunges, and it the stomach aud bowels have been j employed expeneiictj wuikiam and r..i.
neglect! prevma.lv, the fim symptom require ,iou w'tn lh' B" " daiermined lo couducl kit
immediate attcutioi'i. Kvfn those who have a busiuos upon the satis ready pay ami email
healthy dwpositi. n of body, are subject to sick- VlM'' " ,,mt is customer can be aceommoda
uea under these clrcnm.uuce. Therefore to ted wilh any urticle from Wheel-barrom to a
prevent any dunger we ought carefully to guard ttco-hortt Carriage, WARRANTED to be eaecu
against a costive stute ofur bowels. Once or K"d ami ueats style, it not belter, and
twice they should be cvacauled iu tweuty-fittr , "'d for less mouey, thau can b obtained at auy
hours. There ai many cause which produce establishment in the county
unhealthy blood: sometime it may arise from' A a piwtf of this, the following list of artwlu
grief, at others when the sysleui u in a stute uf "d pi ices are here suueXedl
fullness it can take place from sudden joy; close j Wood-woik of two-hoi so Wagon. ... $15,00
application to a literary undertaking cu produce j do do oue-liurse Buggies.... 13,00
it in all cases where many persons have to be' Wagon, complete Ibr from $5i. to $85.
seen and spoken to. which producing nervous ex- j Uuggiu. do . $55. to $73.
i iteinent, is a Ifrtile source of unholy blood ocra-! And ull other articles alcorrospouding low rate
Sliming that slow nervous fever which lias carried , rarraniea. t, jj, him ttt,
ff some of our bit men, men martyr to their
iit,ition, but which a knowledge of the powers
of Ili-jHulrelh's Pill would have prevented. Those
who desire Insecure their heulth, under almost
any adverse circuiist.iijccs. can du so by bavin
Buaxiikkth's Pills on baud, and ut once resorting
t them when the first feelings of disorder luke
December 10, 1847.
N. B. All kinds ol Produce, at the highest
rush prices, takeu for work. Also, stock such a
Horses, Cattle. Hogs Sic.
Call and see us aud we will do yon good. Re
member that a peuuy suved i a good a two
CiTOLL paid, on all eccasions, where the
work ainouuts to five dullars, aud work always
done immediately. - E. M. W.
December 10, 1847 )y31.
Krai Instate for Sale,
cU per box, at Dr. B. Brundreth's Principal Office, ' fWlIlt undersigned is authorised by th owner,
241 Broadway New York. M. wko resides iu Baltimore, Md.. to oiler for
(7- Braieof l-oiuiinreii;!!! The followin, jsale. on favorable terme, the well kuown proper
tie the only aiithoriwH Arniilor thstalrof Uir 1 ' formerly owned by 8. M. Shepnrd, silual m
erminir Brandrriii Pills in ' airfiel.t co.-iiiy Nelsonville, Atheus county, Ohio, consisting f
RrnvMUisn Son k Bkck, lMivater,Jr CWm- Warehouse, Store house. Dwelling bouse aual e
nit. fioialOm, Pnei Vrir. Grren Cuitle. Iwael ral LoU and parcel of Laud adjoining lite canal.
Ctrti,LythupoUt,i. B. Kvam, Wimhrtter Vnn or terms apply to the uiidersigned. at Atheus,
Shaver. Oakland, J. II. bon'leriiia i Amanda. I. 1 "'"""p marjuiiiu.
Reery. Sugar Grove, Vlrai':li &i Beeiy, lire men
REP ARB TOR VJ1KTER. it otn.ui.ntic, v. b,- k, cwow. n. j. ue.i.
; Piikernistint, Vi' U Rea.l, Baltimore, Plolip
Orer-Co:it! l'er-toat!! ;i!an.'fenanfr;e, i. b.&c. Pauiim, suiem,
LACK. Brown and Blue Blanket Over-Coats, iarnti Kelner. Millfrrjiorl.
I made in the most fasliioiiiible manner aud
ruin the best of iiihU'i itils. Also, Clonk ol all
qualities cheap, at the Clothing .Store of
R.VUi li Ik. lll.Mi.
Lancuster, November 5, 1847. 2fi
LanraMrr, November 19, 1847.
Frock Coals and I)res Coat-
MADE from the very beat of material, iu the
best milliner, of qualities aud prices to suit
the taste aud circumstances of all, comprising
Black nnd Blue Black Coats, ol all qualities aud
prices, from $7 to $25
llrowu -fcOrey t rock buck Coats f 4 to flu ,
Tweed and Sattiuet $1 to $3
For sale at the new Clothing Store of
SMITH &. TONO.
Lnucaster, November 5, 1847. 20
I'anlM! rant'.! I'antV.!!
TVEADY MADE PANT A LOONS of every des
I .crinlion. inst received uiid at prices which
cannot tail to please, ure kept cuusuiully ou huiid
ut the new aud choup Clolbiug Store of
e.vui it & lu.Mi.
Lancaster, November 5. 1847 . 26
f IOWE'3 HVUKAV, HOARHOUNO AND
LIVER WOKT COL'OH CANDY, is ol
frrit to tne puhles a pleasant and afTrnive rnn. dy
lor Cougfts. Coldt, Hoarteneit, JitUima, PlUhiric,
H'hooping Covxh, lnjluensa. Croup, Sore Throat,
liromhiht, and general ojfrcliont of Cliett and
l.ungt. In surh caes ii is known in liave affor iil
rlrculed and permanent relief, and from iis rapid
sale airl gr'ai scr,a a irmr.Hy for the abovr
diseases Hheie it hail been used, ii promises in be
come one of the most useful and popular medicines.
It is off.'ied loo, f s a lea.anl relief 10 die 1 uosuuip
tivr, and an attisUul 10 tocaliM! ami public speak
i ers gef rrlly.
I The name of lite preparation indicates its leading
I iugreriirnt, ami it will be found 10 he by no mean'
! unpleasant m the taste, anil may be usnl by child
. ren anil ailolts. with entire iiiHHiniiv. The mate-
eU Vtvsls!! Vests!!! Vests!!!
TESTS of every descriptiou aud at prices from ; rials u-ed in Hie preparation are of the best qua hi j,
V $1,25 to $7, al the new and cheap clothing ;and may be relied on as, in every ic'prct, a rcc
. QMITU K. TCtKd I ,nr:,iiiv i.Tli-l . tn.tli vm.lH aa Sn,,hl
Lancaster, November 5
r I1HE Co-Partnership heretofore carried 011 by
SMITH & TONO. I aso gksuisk akticlk. Families would no doubi
1347. 26 i promote their comfort ami health bv kceuius a sup
ply iu the season of Colds.
The prnnrieiois, in addition to hat has neen said,
resiiecilully refrr 10 ihe crriificates from highly re-
the undersigned, under the name and firm , P'-table source", 011 Ihe wrappers of th Candy,
of KRANER &. COX, was dissolved by mutual j and others, publislied in pampnlet fona. and 111 the
consent. 011 the 29lh day of October. 1847. The I eiiy papers.
books, uotes and accouuts of said firm, are placed , front ttie pretiding Elder of the JihOioditt Epitco-
Laucaster, December 10, 1847.
WE are this day, opening a large lot ol DO
MESTIC G O O I) H, such us Flannels.
Checks, Tickings, Muslins. Cotton Yarn, Cotton
Batting. &c. All of which will bo sold cheap aud
no mistake. WISE & HILLARD.
Lancaster, December 10, 1847. 01
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Groceries cheaper than ever
AT THE NEW STORE,
ONE DOOR EAST OF THE SWAN HOTEL
14 lbs Prime N. O. Sugar for $1,00
10 ' do Rio Collee $1,00
do l. u. Molasses per gni. Q
Prime article Tens per lb 50- 75 & $1,00
(.Doice liraimsoi uruuay.iiui & wines
Also just received a LARGE LOT of the must
CHOICE, and common Shawls, Alpuccas, Chiutzs
&.C Also Otter, common Fur, Cloth and Glazed
Cups, Boots, Shoes und Brngiins.
10 pieces choice carpeting also choice rugs.
November 28, ID 47. 30-tt'
PORK. ""Tli" subscriber is prepared to salt
a FEW HUNDRED lieadjof hogs,
For Sale 1000 Barrels of Suit.
Nov. 28, 1847 20-tf
111 the hands ot WM. r. CKbl.U, who, alone, is
authorised tn settle the same. Persons kunwing
themselves indebted will make paymeut to .Mr.
deed. P- H KRANER.
WM, W. COX.
Lancaster, Ohio, Novembers, 1817. 26
OLD BRICK HOUSE.
I WOULD inform my old friends nnd the pub
lic, that I have purchased the Stock in Trade
of KRANER & COX, in the Old Brick Home,
which I occupied eighteen years ago, opposite the
Hotel of D. Tallmadge, to which I have added
A. Large Stock oi'ftcwGootls,
Which I will sell for CASH or the produce of the
1 .. ...... ll..tnuit an, I invito i
couuiiy.a. iu u"uu-, ,,uiTOiu ...y .... , frf(u -(l8
purchasers lo call aim examine lor inemseives,
It is useles to enumerate, my assortment being
ENCASH paid for WHEAT. T. COX.
Lancaster. November 5, 1347. 26
pal Church,, of Cincinnati,
Messrs. Howe & Co-Gentleinrn-Not long since,
while laboring under the influence of a painfully cm
barrassing Cold k speaking in 1 he open air, a friend
handed me a piece uf your HOAR HOUND and
LIVERWORT CANDY, from ihe use of which
! experienred steat and almost immediate relief.
I Sinre then I have frequently used it with th sain
beneficial effects, I therefore feel no hesitation in re
commending your Candy as a ctrtTiis srtcif tc for
Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, etc.
Cincinnati, August 27, 1847.
From lite Rev. J. M. Trimble, Pallor f H'tiley
Ihava used the COUGH CANDY of HOWE
Si CO., and have found il a pleasant remedy foi
HOARSENESS, ami believe public Speakers trnu
bled with diseases of the Throat would find brneSi
JOHN WELCH. Atent,
Athena. Ohio, December 10 1847- 3wjl
Laud ibr Sale.
IN pursuance of the conditions and provieiodl ef
a deed of trust executed by John VV illiaws and
Isabella his wire, aud Joliniitliau Cotilaou and
Jiimes ML'leery, the said Jnnies MCleery will x
se to sale by public vendue, at the lourt House
door, iu the low 11 uf Lancaster, Fairfield county
Raturday, lh Rth day o January, 1141.
between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. wd 4 o'
clock P. M. ol suid day the following described
tract of land, situate 111 Greenfield Township iu
said county, bounded by beginning at a stone io.
a held north ol the brick school bouse occupied
by said John Williams thence south one degree
and ten minutes west two chains and elghty-fuur
links tu a alone in the (oil! h boundary of Section
No. 21: Township No. 1.: Range No. 19: tbeaee
east along said south boundary seven chains 33
liuks to a stone in said boundary: theuee north
one degree and tan minute east two chains snd
eighty-lour lihAS to a stone; tbeuce west seven,
cb.iuis 33 liuks to the beginning, containing two
acres aud thirteen poles more or lea, wilh all im
provement thereou iucludlug the large frame
dwelling aud the east part of the brick school
house occupied by snid Williams. Term ofssls
one third part of lb purchase money to be paid
in bund, one third ia six and one third iu twelve
mouths utter the day of sale wilh interest.
December 10. 1847. 31t.
State of ht'o, .lfafrtxrlU Counts.
Court of Common Pleat Petition fot Partition
Maria Heitnlierger vf, Daniel Duinbacu aud Cith
eriue but Wife, Margaret Sbuhtnaa, Bottne
and busannah his Wife, all ol Fairfield county,
Ohio, and Lawrence Sbuhmau ,Jncob Shubmaii,
Gertrade Shuuman, aud Michael Wolf awl Bar-
Our Store in Ilalliiuore,
TT7"ILLbecoiiiintieel as usual. ALL KINDS
V V "f GRAIN bougbtut the Warehouse.
COX &. READ.
Baltimore. November 5. 1847.
Farm lor Kent.
WILL LET or RENT my Farm, in Walnut
Township, lying between Millersport and
Thornville, in the Refugee Tract. The farm con
tnins 200 Acres of Land 100 Acres cleared.
Possession given utiy time from now until the
first of April. Terms will be reasonable.
November 5. 1847. KwOil
rWlHE subscriber have formed a partnership
1 under the firm name of HAYDEN & HOM
ERS, nnd have recently opened iu the town of
Nelsouvillo a NEW STORE, where will bo kept
a lurge and excellcut assortment of
Hardware, Iron, Steel, Nails, Spikes,
and a variety of other articles usually kept 111 a
country Store, all of which will be sold at whole
sale and retail, at the lowest prices, tor Cash or
Country Produce. All are invited to call aud ex
amine their stock before purchasing elsewhere.
COAL! COAL!! COAL!! COAL!!!
The undersigned have also formed a partnership
in the COAL Businesa.uiid are prepored to furn
ish it at the lowest rntes. 1 hey have discovered a
vein of Coal, wh'ch is pronounced equal to the
Brownsville Coal, either tor CoKenig or uiacK
smith run noses, which will bo delivered upon or.
der. at anv noint. upon the line of canal. It will
uUo, be kept, utall times, in the yard of P. Hay
den, Columbus, and P C. Benedum, Lancatter,
PKTE.lt HAiUKN, 07 uotumout.
J. F. 80MERS, of Nclionvillc.
Nelsouvillo, December 10. 1847. 4w31
MIWO good farms ncur the mouth of Monday
J creek and the Hocking cnnul. For terms
apply to John T. BruseoEsn. at Lancuster.
B.t.iaui. r. rnsiv.(..
Athens. Nov. 18, 1817. 39.
SALE OF REAL ESTATE
BY ORDER OF COURT.
RY virtue of an order of Sule to me directed,
bv the Court of Common Pleas for Fair-
Held County, Ohio, at its September Term, A. D.
1847, 1 will as the Buai'iiiiiu 01 kouisu aim nurns-
sou, minor cmittreii 01 nurrison ueuinger ue
ceased, oiler and expose to sale by public vendue
and outcry on the premises iu Walnut Township,
Fuirueld County. Ulun, ou
Saturday the 1st Day of January, 1648. ;
between the hours uf 10 0 clock A. M. ami 3
o'clock P. M. of that day, to the highest bidder
the fol owing described Keul hstatc: c.ititate in
Walnut Township, in said Counly; being part of
the North West quarter ot Sec No, 10, lownslnp
No. 16, and Range No. 18, begiuning at the South
East corner of said quarter Section, thence West
160 perches and 14 links lo tne eoutn west cor
nor, thence Norm ii percnes anu ir iihrb 10 a
post in the East quarter Section line; thence
south 47 perches uiid 17 liuks to the place of be-
lulling, conta ig toriy-eigiu acres, termsoi
.,) ,010. Ci til, nl'thfl nurchase money in band, and
the residue iu five years from day of sale! Inter
est to be puid annually, and the deferred pay
ments to bo secured by a mortgage ou tne prem
ises. DAVID RANK.
November 26. 1847. 29-td
Call and See.
r"1 ATES & COSPER have just recoived a new
T stiniilv of those line WATCHES which they
are selling aisuci, pi nesns wju uotum.,. j
Tallmadge House, uctooer -i-i, itur.
TTIAIvnXT GROCERIES Such
JL Collee, Rice, Molasses, Chocolate, Teas, Su
gar, NewOrlean. Havana, Sus. All of the very
finest quality. constantly on hand, and for sale by
BURY & BECK.
Lancaster, July 0, 1817. . 0
1 Tmv instance an attachment was this day is'
f sued by Geo. Sanderson, a Justice of tho
Peace in and for Hocking township, Fnirfiold
county, against the property ana csiecis 01 iaiuy
ette Mursli, a non-resident of Fairfield county.
JAMES P RATHER
December 6, 1847. 4w31.
A T mv instance, a writ of attachment was
r this day issued by H. B. Apt, a Justice of
the Peace for Liberty Township, Fairfield County,
Ohio, against the Goods, Chattels, Rights. Credits,
Moneys nnd Effects of James W. Mullenix, an
November 30. 1847. 4w30
Valuable ,11111 M'roperty
J. M. TRIMBLE.
Cincinnati, September 25, 1847.
We variant a cure foi th above diseases iu all
rases, and challenge any person in Ihe United Status
lo produce a better, cheaper and more effective re
medy. Sold by Ihe principal Drugjuts in tveii city in the
United States, aud by Ihs propriemrs.'
HOWE .t CO.
At their Drpnt No. 1, College Hall, Walnut street,
And we challenge th woild to prod ure an in
stance here ihe sale of any remedy has iiirrea'eil
as rapidly as the aboe Candy, where il has bcome
Dr. H. SCOTT,
Sole Agent for Fairfield Count v.
OFFICE Gies)'s Small While Frame Build
ing, Ihre Doors East of ihe Swan Tarern, Main-sl,
Lancaster, Ohio, October, 29, 1847 . Gm25
OOME of the finest specimens of Jewelry ever
A S Executor ol Ihe Estate ol Asms Kick, He- (
XX. censed, lute ol Mn.lisuu township, r iiirneiu , chai 1Vlll.ii casei mier ,.;,,. Ear rig. Mi.
bara Ilia Wife, ol Germany.
' HE above named Detenrlaitt will take no
I tice, that a petition wus tied against thein
on the 1 1th day of September, A.D. 1847, in the
Clerk's Office of the Court of Common Pleas fof
said county, aud ia now ponding, whereiu the pe
titioner demands partition uf, aud the assignment
of dower in, te the said Margaret Shnhman,of that
lotlowiug described pnijierty ol wlncn the eaid
Henry Shuhmau died seized and possessed, to-wit!
In-Lot number one, (1) in the Town of Busil.and
sixteen feet off the North side of In-Let number
two. (2) in same place.
Suid cause will be beard al the next Term of
By MAfiTIN St EFFTNGER,
AUornryt for Demandant!,
November 26, 1847. 6wa9pl3,S0
rTHE genuine Iudiu Rubber Porous Strength
I ing l'lusterru certain remedy for Rheuma
tism, in either the back, breast, side or limb, a
well as internal weakness, which not all the wealth
of Jonn Jacob Astor can equal. The above is for
sale by (IKOIIGE KAUFMAN, Agent.
Lancaster Nov. -zt, 1847. aw.'S.
Estate or John Gil more.
"O"0TICE is hereby given that the subscriber
Ll has been appointed and qualified a Admin
istrator on the Estate of Jons Qiimoki. deceased,
late of Walnut Township. Fairfield Conuty.Ohio
GEORGE GILMORE, AdmW.
November 5, 1847 4w26
aABLE, Desert and Tea Spoons. Salt, Mu.
. tard and Cream do. Butter Knives fVc. also
the Real German Silver Table A. Tea S)onn(
For sale by GATES & COSPER.
June 18, 1347. .
brought tn Luncaster, uuiong which muy be
found Cameo Pins, single stone do. Bracelet,
Latest from Carroll!!
GATES & COSPER ore prepured to Enlighten
the town of Lancaster und surrounding coun
try, by the arrival (via Carroll,) of fine assort
ment of Solar Stand Lamps swinging and side
do., Plated candlesticks, Slc. &c.
N. B. Extra Ulobes, Shade ana unmneys ai
wuys on hand.
Lancaster, November 4, 1847. 26.
Estate of John Lear.
NOTICE is hereby given, that the subscriber
has been appointed and duly qualified a
Executor of the Estate of John Lear, deed, late
of Fairfield county Ohio.
HARVICK LEAR, Executor.
November 5, 1837. 4w26.
Looking, Glass Plates.
GATES & COSPER, (in the Tallmadge Honse)
are prepared to furnish Looking Glass Plate
of all sizes, from 8 by 10 inches to 15 by 26 inches,
at very lou pricei.
Lancaster, Juue 25 1817. . T
County. Ohio. I will sell, at private tale, the val
uable U R 1ST MJI.L oi tne ueceimeu, mgeiuor
withal t TEN ACRES of LASD.
The Mill issituuted upou Clearcreek, one oriiie
finest mill streams in the county .about eight, miles
soiituwest of Lancaster and about four miles from
Amanda, Itjhas two tun of Burrs and is in excel
It is a desirable property for any person wish
ing to purchuse and the terms will be moderate.
Forlurther particulars nppiy to
CALEB HEDGES, Execumr.
November 5. 1847 26tf
Great Sale oft Ileal Instate.
Fine opportunity for Investment.
WilliamSlade Jr. Adm'torl FAIRFIELD
of R. M. Aiusworih. I
wr-t a'u , i ICOMMON PLEAS.
Widow and Heirs, ct at. )
Y virtue ofau order of the Court of Common
j Pleas to me directed, I will expose and offer
at public sale before the Court House door of suid
Wednesday the S9th day of December,18T,
between the Hours of 9 o'clock A. M. nnd 5 o'
clock P. M., the following valuable Kcal Estate,
situate in said County, to-wit:,
1. In-Lot No, 5, in the 18lh Square of the town
of Lunioster.the lute residence of R.M.Aiusworth,
deceased appraised ut f 4000.
a. Theundivided half of the West bulfof In-Lot
No. 1, in the 3rd Square of Lancuster, upou wuricb
is erected a Wurehouse. Appraised at $1500.
3. The West half of the West hull of In-Lot No.
14, in the Bill Square of Lancaster, being rbe
ground upon which is erected the Store, now iu
the occupuuey of John Etlingur & Co.: said part
of Lot being subject tu the Dower Estate of Emily
Ainsworth, Widow, therein, and appraised sub
ject to said Dower at f 3000.
4. The East half uf the West half of In Lot No.
14, iu the 8th Square of Lancaster.bciug the ground
upon which ia erected the Store, now iu the occu
pancy of Philip Bope, ou Main atreet. -Apprais
ed at 14000.
5. The undivided half of the SoutU hall ot in
Lot No. 9. in the 13th Sauare, and of the South
Quarter of In-Lot No. 10, in the 13th Square of
Lancaster, being the property known as "blur.
geon'i Corner," Appraised at 1800.
6. Out-Lot No. 5, in the Eastern Addition to
the Town of Lanoaster, containing five and a half
anres. ADnraised at S125 per acre. -'
Termi of Salt. One- third iu hand, the balance
in one and two years, wim interest,
WILLIAM SLADE, Jiv Aim' tor,
Of the E it at I of R. Af. Ainmorih, dictated.
November 15, 1847. 7w27pl6
iature Cases. Hair Ornament, Guard and Fob
Keys, Gold aud Silver Thimbles, oVc. Cheap for
cash tit GATES & COSl'ER'S.
Lancaster .lime 18. 1844. 5
Fairfield Common Pleas.
Administrator of Jacob Van Bureu, . Widow
PETITION TO SELL LANDS.
BY virtue of an order of the Court of Common
Pleas to ule directed in this case, I will ex
pose at public tale belore the court bouse door of
said county, on
Tuesday the 8lh day of December, 18T,
between the hours of nine o'clock A. M. and four
o'clok P. M-. the following Land situate in aoid
u .. r .1 ... u . v. r, , .. r e v.. oj
.............. , . ...r. .i I r i nil uoik duauim.i vtm m vi uduui nu. .11
BETTER aud CHEAP LR 'ban ny 'ii Tnurnshin Nn. 14. Ranoe No. 19. bealuninr at the.
caster. GATES & LUSt Lli. r" r"i , "TZ iC iM
"ITHIO wants a good Peu-Kuifef Or where is
J? the person that does not, unless it be one,
who is already supplied. To those that are not,
we would just say that we are prepared to furnish
Lancaster, October 22, 1847.
Or. He EIoy's
wild Cherry and Saraaparilla Pill.
North along the half Section line 70 pole 4o a .
post) thence East 22 poles 21 liuks to a post)
thence South 70 pole to the South boundary line
of said Section; thence along said line West to
the place of begiutug, containing TEN ACRES.
Also, a part of the West half of the Southeast
Quarter of said Section No. 24, Township No. 14,
TAR. LE ROY, a licentiate of the Royal college ; RanTe N. 18, being all the remainder of said
JL of Physicians in Loudon, having used in his , West half, after taking off 19 Acres oil the East
private practice, Ibr n number of years, the WILD side of said West half: and ten Acre oat of tho
CHERRY and SARSAl'ARILLA, at length made Southwest corner of said West half, said balance
uu extract of them, which with other vegetables, , hereby meant tu be described and which wa own
he has combined in one of the best Pills ever made ! ed by the decadent, estimated to contain 49 14-100
known to the European community, and which Acres more or less, aud being tire same Land eon
merit the attention of the American People. 1 reyed to decedent by David Everaole and Wife
They are the moat efficacious purgative aud touie by deed, November 29, 1841.
yet discovered. All of said Land to be sold subject lo the dower
THE WILD CHERRY is an excellent Tonic, Estate of Lydia Van Bnrcn, widow therein, and
possessing astringent and ammatio pmerties, uppraised itibject to eaid dower Estate at $:)69.
which make it valuable m uyspepsia, jauuuica, 2'erms uiie-lhira m nana ana me oaisure m
weakness of the stmuia-h and chest. ' i one and twa years, with intereet from day of sale.
THE 8AHSAPAKILL4 I demulcent, uiureuc rlK.IKl aatJU J , Aam tor
aud soothing, and is given in Rheumatism, Bcrulu
la. diseases of the skin, and lo eradicate the bad
effect of Mercury. In the operation of all other
purgative medicine deuilitaiiou ana parincaiinn
Of the Eitae of Jacob Van Buren, deceatti.
November 20, 1847. 5w29pf$40
I All ItS ' DKESS GOODS.
go hand in hand; they remove me gooa, as we.i i Jt , handsome yariety
as the bad; thu weakening the .ystem, which ( 1y of r" INK FRENCH CASHMERES,
ihev were oulv required to cleanse, and muKiug ;.-, DT . DJr.,i eivey btdiov
the cure generally almost. bad. ''Jj"pL1.' i SILKS, and (large lot of 'ny CALICOES
much worse than the diseose. Dr. Le Roy Pnl, ,
on the contrary, strengthen and tone the system , cmilm' ,ai , ftUMt in th
which tMy purge and ptiniyy uu ..... r , . , ... . M ch
peculiurattnbote, and tne principal cause oiiueir, WISE & HILLARD.
Directions for utintr. Asan A pertient, two or
three Pills are sufficient, as a cathartic in fevers,
eostivenes. liver complaint aud dyspepsia, three
to six pills, (according in age, sex, and stale ol
the bowels.) aud so of other diseases.
P. S. The virtues of the Samapariila and Wild
Cherry are too well known to medical men and
. . . -i
tne community to require luriuer uoiuu.
Aot.sTi George Kaunman, Lancatter; Elijah
November 19, 1847. i8
Lancaster, October 22, 1847.
II I. ink Summons
For salt at the Gazette, As Express Office
Valuable Ileal Estate lor sale
1W1LL sell at private sale 62 46-100 Acre of
Land lying in rear of Staubery'i Garden, North
east of Lancaster, being LoU No. 7 4, 10 in tho
Partition of the Baldwin Estate. These two Loi
lie together, and for situation, fertility and almost
every other advantage, they form ona of th most
valuable tract of land in the County.
Tormk moderai. Apply soon.
M. A. DAtGHEBTT.
Lancaster.Jnly S3, 1847. It