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LlttLll) CUIlORIXi ,
. -.. If MARIA KOSIAD.
SprA jMi'ly to the "' chiM,
' So gnileles mid o tree,
bo with trustful, luring heart.
Puts confidence tu thee.
Speak not the cold and cureless thought
Which time hath taugbt the well, .
Nor breatho one word whoce bitter tone
Dittrutl might soein to tell.
If nu bi brow there rests clou J.
Huwever light it be. .
Speak loving word. bimI let him feel
. He hiM frieud in tliee;
.And do lint semi him from tby tide
Till on bit face shall rest
The joyous look, the (iiiiny (mile.
: That mark a happy breast.
. Oil! teach him, (kit should he bin aim,
To cheer the aching heart,
To strive where thickest darkness reigns
Some rudiuuee to imparl;
To spread a peaceful quiet caln
Where dwells the noise of strife
Tb'ii doing good and blessing nil
To spend the whole of life.
To love with pure affection deep,
All crenture great and small.
And still a stronger love to bear
- For Him, who oinde them ull.
Remember, 'tis no eomrnuu lusk
That thus to thee is given,
To rear a spirit fit to be
The iuhitbitaut ol heaven.
One should not destroy an insect, one
should nut quarrel with a dug, without a
reason sufficient to vindicate one through
all the courts of morality.
A miser grows ricli by seeming poor;
- an extravagant man grows poor by seem
ing rich .
A Novel Cme in Court.
At the last October term of the Mc-
Cruckeu circuit court, a novel cans in the
history of jurisprudence came on to be
tried, it was an action on the case
; brougtit by a son-in-law, against a futlier-ju-law
for fraud in concealing from the
. . son-in-law, the fact that the young lady
- was afflicted with ulcers and running
sores, the effects of white swelling, and
for false representations said tu have been
made by the father-in-law before mar
riage, relative to the young lady's lame-
. n ess. The counsel in Jefonce detnured
lo the declaration, and, in support of the
' demurer, assumed the position that such
an action was against the policy of our
law, and the marriage relations forbid
such an inquiry as must necessarily en
sue, if the case was tried on its merits.
, The learned judge presiding suggested
to defending counsel that the case was
entirely new In American jurisprudence
aud he would prefer the case bIiouM go
before the jury, and the question presen
ted for tho judgment of the court on de
murer could be determined, as well in ar
rest of judgment if it should be rendered.
Upon lbs suggestion of the court, the
demurrer was withdrawn, a plea of net
guilty was filed and an issue joined to
the country. After the evidence was all
heard and the arguments of the counsel,
the jury without a moment's deliberation,
brought in a verdict for the defendant.
Paducah Ktnluckian, Nov. 3.
; A Fine Tar in lor Male.
ONE Huudrod and Thirty-three Acres of Land
Dour Havensport, iu Fairfield County, well
improved und in good condition, will be sold at
private sale, nit terms to suit purchasers.
About Forty Acres ure covered with mi excel
lent growth of timber, aud the bulimce is under
cultivation. There lire on it a good Dwelling
House and Burn, und suitable out-iiuuaes: a good
Well of Wuter near tho Kitchen and unother in
the Barn-Yard. Any one wishing to purchase a
first rate farm will find this a rare chance. It lies
adjoining the lands of Judge Martin aud Jool Ra
For terms and other particulars apply to the
owners I! miry u. ana John llunua nu the pre in I
ses, or to the undersigned in Lancaster.
M. A. DAUGHERTY.
Lancaster, August 43, 1847. 14
A New arrival by express at
GATES & COSPKR'8.
Juae IS, 1847.
P. O. & P. O. D1UNKX.E.
RESPECTFULLY inform the citizens of Lan
caster and its vicinity, lluit thny have open
ed a Tnilor shop, in Ciiuuell'a Row, under the
Eagle oflice, directly opposite the Post OfhVe,
where they ran at all times be found, ready to
execute any work that may be entrusted to them
in tin neatest and most fashionable manner aud
low for Cash or all kinds of Country Produce.
They respectfully solicit a share of the public
Lancaster, April 16th, 1817. Jy48.
UAlil N ET W Al C-KOOM
( I AS ou hand and fur aalo, at Gxonai Smith's
I. Chair Siiur, on (he northwest comer ol
Wheeling aud Columbus Streets, in David Fos
TrVs Rw, a generu! assortment of
CESTRE, PEER, CARD, DRESSING. DIMM
DRESSING and PLAIN BUREAUS;
' Wardrobes, Wa.h.tonds, Workstanil,
And all other articlosiu his line that may be called
All kinds of work made to order, of the best
materials and sold cheaper ihuu the cheapest iu
this or any other place.
, All sort of Produce taken iu exchange for
CASH paid for CHERtY LUMBER.
, CVA NEW HEARSE, with a fine Horse and
, Harness, calculated fur the purpose, is iu readi
ness to atteod funerals. COFFINS made to or
der. No extra charge for Hearse.
,. All clsargee very low.
Lancaster, September 17, 1847. II in 19
'' . Notice.
i f J1HE Receivers of the LANCA8TER OHIO
-- HANK, having contracted wiib JACOB
GREENE, to redeem the Notes aud Bills of said
Itank remnininff In eifviiliatin.tlia u.111 I...
- n ' - ..-.. iib nuu. win uo
redeemed by said Grxiki, at the Drug Store of
I IipnN IfmiHinn. K1 iin ... I .
-"'0 ., ...., ..lout, KUUlHIor,
at the sains shall be presented at that place, '
v . . . II. 11. HUNTER,
:, ; , Receivers of Lancaster Ubio Bunk.
)- Lancaster. Ohio, Feb. 3, 1847. 37
HHE firm of J. C. Maocracken havingdissolv
L ed. J. C. Maccracken associatiuz himsel.
with work uaiuraun snu Joan aiaccruckeu tuk
iug charge of the accounts and books of J. & Jf
V. Maccracken sua J. c. niuccrackon, notice Is
hereby given to alt those Indebted that immediate
'payment must be made.
All accounts unsettled and all notes unpaid on
tho 15th day of June next will be left io the
Jimnl or proper otneers lor collection,
i John Maccracken will always be ibnnd at the
counting roam of Maccracken & Galbraith,
r J. C, MACCRACKEN,
Lancaster May lOtii 1847.
HA ROT? ARE
AT JT. O. WEAVER'S
IN THE TALLMADGE BLOCK.
opposite Reber &. Kutz's Store.
where ran be found a rull assortment of
Which be offers at the lowest possible prices,
even lower than the lowest.
Those in want of H A RD W A RE will save money
by examining his Stock, both as regards quality
AllioiiL' other articles will he found tlin fulliiwinir;
AXES: Mann's, Hunt's Collin's and Bock's
Chopping, Broad and Hand.
Adzes, Wsrreu Hunt's aud Greaves and Sons'
Awl Bludcs, Sewing Bind and I'egjjing .
Anvils, Vices and Bollows
Augeraaud Auger Bitts, Concave, Ileavy,Long
aud other kind
Balances, Suiter's, Scale Beams and Counter
Bulls. Hand, Tea or Table, Cow and Sleigh
Bedsvrews. C, til, 1 and 8, Square and Sharp
Bits for Braces, Centre, Guuge, Nose, Riinmer,
laper unci Cham
Boxes, Stiult' and Tobacco iu Steal, Tin and
Bulls, Round, Flut, Barrel aud other kinds
Braces aud Bits, Scotch and l'lated; Chissels
Candlesticks, Iron and Brass, Hand and Table.
Castors, Iron and Briiss, Blake's & other muUrs
Chains, Trace and Halter, Log and Fifth
Cocks, Brass, Brittania and Wood
Corkscrews, Wrenches, Cupboard Tunis and
Currycombs and Cards in every variety
CUTLERY, Roger's, Wostenhohirs Crook's,
Tumor's aud Wrugg'a Pocket Knives.
bnghsh aim American laule Cutlery
Butcher's and Shoemaker's Knives
Drawing Knives, Shears, Scissor and 8hecp
Encuti liens and Escutcheu Pius
Files, Mill, Bustard, Tupor. Square & half round
Frypans, with and without Handles
fiimblels. Glue Pot and Gridirons
Gun barrels. Lucks, Ribs and Worms
Hammers, Shoe, Nail, Lathing and Carpet
Hat Pins, Hat and Cloak Hooks
Hand, Rail Screws and Staples
Hiuges. Wrought, Cast, Strap and Table, Eng
lish and American
Hatchets. Hunt's Broad and Shingling
Ladles. Tin'd, Iron and Brass
Latches, with Brass and Mineral Knobs
Locks, Rim and Mineral Nob, Door, Closet,
Pad, Slock, Mortice, Trunk, Till, Cupboard and
Measuring Taposaud Coffee Mills
Nails, every kind, Wrought and Horse 8hne
Plane Irons, Gouges, Compasses, Plyers, Nip
pers, &c. &o
Saws, Mill, X Cut, Hand, Paunel, Ripping,Buck
und otliur variety
Spoons, Plated, German 8ilvor, Tiu'd and Brit
tania Shovel and Spades, Ames' Washburn's and
Squares, Iron and Steel, Measuring and Trying
Blair Hntis, Hkales, Buunors, Urass aim Iron
Sleelyurds, Warranted correct
Tacks, Brads, Snurrulflcs and finishing Nails
Tea Trays aud Snull'er Trays
Trowels, Plaxteriug, Musou's and Garden
Weights in Soits, Lung and Short Handle Ma
Mahogany Vaneers, Looking Glass l'lutes.
Miinnguuy Nobs, ace oxa
SADDLERY AND CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS
Buckles, Bitts and Stirrups
Harness Mounting and Saddler's Tools
Shark Skin, Plush, Saddler's Thread and Silk
Cotton, Worsted and Straining Webb
Hog, Culf, Facing and Pad Skins
Plated Dashers, HumMos and Bands
Stump Joint sand Malleuble Iron
Steel Springs, Iron Axle and Uoxos
Broad und Narrow Lace
Patent Louthor, Gum & Oil Cloth, Damnsk.&x
Alio, a I.argt Amortment of all kiwli of
Iron, Nails. Sled and Glass,
AND WINDOW SASH.
Together with every variety of Hard warn nui
ally kept. J. C. WEAVER.
Lamuster, October?,'., 181(1 24
Married Woman's Private
BY DR. A. M. MAURICE AU.
PKOFKMHOR or DISEASES or W0MKN,
Third Edilkn, Ximo.pp. 330. Price $1.
95,000 Copies sold In thret Months II)
f lllrigiealilnniaiiii for this must important work,
JL (nfliiclitliuiifaii(lsarssold)liascuinpellil the
issue of another edition. Ii is Inlrnilrd especially
for the Mini rieil, as It discloses Important secrets ;
which should be known to ilieni particularly, Hrrr
rvsry frnials can diicocer ilia csusei, svinptnini,
and the most euUicut remedirs Sail most certain
mode of cuie, in every complaint to which her sex
Married females will here learu the art whereby
ihey would retain their youth, vigor, beauty, elas
licitj ofbody, ami buoyancy of spirits to an advan
ced SSi instead of being afflicted, ts hundreds and
thousands are, Into huts hands this book has not
yet fallen .
It is an Important question to the married why il
is thai ws behold so many married female sickly,
debilitated, and prostrated as aUo Ilia causes;
and whether they sie susceptible of remedy, , They
will hera find those Important mailen, connected
wllh uitruveries In medical and physiological ici
elite, which meet this question.
This work Is destined to be in th hands of every
wife sari mother who has a regard lor her own
health anil welfare, as well as thai ol her hutbaad .
i lia revelations conuined iu its pages bav sires
rly proved a blessing to ihminaiuis.
To those yet unmarried, but content alallnff mar
riage, or.pvihaps, hesitating as to Ilia propriety of
iiicurrinc th responsibilities attendant Ullnn II. th
importance of being possessed of th revelations
conuiited in these pagns, so intimately Iuvnlving
i"i mime usppiness, cannot n appreciated.
Il is of coins Impossible to convey mora fully, in
a public journal, the vaiious subjects treated of, as
they are of a nature strictly intended fin the married
or those coiiiempl.iliig muriate i neither is it neces
sary, sine it is eveiy one's duly to become possess
d of knowledge, whereby th sum-rings lo which s
wife, s mother, or a sisiar titav be subiect. can h
Coplea will be sent by Hall fre of Posts.;
I lua. ... I I
ipii muuvaiiu cupt navs men sent by mall
within thin months, with perfVcl safety and certain
ty. In no instance has a remittance failed to reach
Iha publisher, or the book lioe to whom It has been
On the receipt of On Dollar, the "Married lVo
num.' PritaU Medical Cempanwn" will be sent
frr of postag to any part of the United Stales
All letters must be addressed (post pld to Dt A
M. Maurlceao. Box 1824. New York Cny. Publish
ing Office 139 Liberty Street, New York.
N. fl. The trade (applied oath asurd terns.
For l by all ths principle Booksellers la the
United pistes, Agent in Lancsir, . . . ...
, V, 8, BEAT V Bookstll
August 07, 1847. ' m16
IVEITE LTAD-150 Kegs of fresh
T pure wtuto lead. f ituburgh and Cu
cuinau oranas, just received and lor sale by
BURX Bl BUCK.
Lancaster, July 9, 1847. 9
War in Hie United Stairs.
ST is an axiom among all civilited nations thai
M. it is better to be engaged in hoiioiable war than
submit to dishonorable peace. Adopting this piin
ciple, Dr. Watson, au old and .killful Physician
(mode.ty would suggest the propriety ol leaving the
word skillul for others to pronounce, lest 1 inighi
be thought rgniesural ; out il is no time for inodeaiv
in thou day of base imposition, when ignorance
and science are permitted to walk hand in hand,)
who wasediicMled hi theeail, where he practiced
bis profaMion a number of years; and during the
Ust nine or tm years has been engaged in an ex
trusive practice in St. Lous where he has Treated
Disease successfully in almost all its varied and
complicated forms, until ill-health' and a shattered
constitution obliged him to drcline the practice ol
his pioiessiun .-has thereloie determined to dec'are
war with Patent Medicines and Quark Nostrum
Makers with whose bass and false pretensions to
cure all the ills aud ails, painj and aches that fiV.li
is lieu -.oo, with a single box of Filli or a bottle of
Comuouna bump. I ruly there are but two class
es in society, and they aie the Humbugged and the
tiumauggen . It it passingly strange the people
navvriiot long since become tiren anil riisgosterl Kill'
this bare imposition, and like Rome 300 vears be.
foie the chri.tlan era, in the days of Arrh gaihus
banished these impositions lioni Ine country and
prohibit the practice among tnem. I here is no
person of common sense but knows if he would
but reflrci that rrmedies cannot be so combined as
to be competent lo cure ten thousand forms of dis
eases by one combination j it is basely false, and al
who pretend to cure so large a number of disease as
you oflni see advertised are either ignoramuses and
know nothing of the human system, the nature of
disease or the effect of remedies upon the system or
they aie base Imposiers, and lo either case aie nil
wormy of your confidence. "We are wonderfully
and fcai fully made." therefore let no person who
is ignorant of the beautiful, delicate and complies
ted structure presume to tamper aud thus destroy
the usefulness of thai beautiful and wonderful sys
tem that God has placed here for usefulness and to
glorify Him for he who does not slumber nor sleep
will assuredly bold all accountable at His Bar if
they date temper Willi Ihe work of His hands, for
me purpose ol grHtilyiug their sonliil avarice.
Dr: Watson brlieviug, that his knowledge of dis
ease and long experienre in the Treatment of the
various forms of Disease, has luriu-heil him with a
knuvslerige of Remedies that would be almost in
valuable to the sick and afflicted, has determiueil
to prepaie these remedies and srnd them lo peuple,
and all he asks is a uial of them, and if like the
worthless nostrums of the day, the money will be
The Dr. has published a little pamphlet called
th Family Guide 10 Health, in which he has given
briefly the symptoms and Treatment of some forty
Diseases. J hese pamphlets can be obtained tree
of charge by railing nu any of the agents.
Catalogue of Medicine.
n !t- i a itt. r
r onicr ever hiio Ague ijiuiineni lor Horses
Pill?, warranred to cure; Ihey have ever used ;
"lever and Ague Syrup, Pills and Ointment for
wairanled to cure; Piles)
"Fevei aud Ague Syrup Pali Rheum and Tiller
fur Children ; Ointment for diseases of
Anlt-Killiuus Pills, lie I the Skin;
palic Pills for Diseases'Oleaginous Mixture for
ofthe 1lver; Bloody Y lux, Dysente
Anli-Splinilritis Pills for. rv. Colic Aict
Ague cake, Sic. ; lOleagiiioua Mixrure for
Ami. Dyspeptic Mixture Bowel Complaint of
lor uyepepsta, ace I ihiliiieu;
Female Pills and Female Anti Fever Pills and An-
Mixtures, ti fever Drops ;
Cough M 1 x t u re sforl'miic Aromatic Bitters.
Coughr, Colds and Con- for Weakness, Loss of
sumption Appetite iic. I
Rheumatic Pills fur Rheu Vermifiiqe for Worms;
oiatism; F.ye Water;
Rheumatic Liniment for ('roup Syrup ;
R h e u m s I i c Sprains, Infant Cordial fur Choi
bruises, burn, old sores, ir, ic.
Opsins in the back and Medical Strengthening
tiinoa, ecc. aiogo nri-. natter,
vers say it is the best See Medical Pamphlet
A latter of Recommendation from Professor WrLL-
1AM I Ui.LV, of Yale t olleee. Conn., and Prof.
James H. AsHssr, lata Prof, of Anatomy and
Physiology, iu the Albany Medical College,
nr.w i urn.
The subsciihers have known E. Y. Watson. M
D., foi several years, and they are happy to be
able to state, that ever since their acquaintance with
him, he ha uniformly sustained a good charactei,
not only as a member of th communiiy, but also
as a rnysician. I he subsenber have also been
acquainted Willi his means of professional educa
tion, ihe manner in which he has improved them,
ami won ui anility iu practice, and Ihey entertain
a lavnribl opinion ol him, In all these respects.
Signed WILLIAM TUI.LY,
Oct.!), '37. JAMES 11. AR.V1SBY.
From ihe Rev. S. K. Ktllam.
Dr. h. Y. WTon Sir.- Havnx had frenuent
occasion for the us of uiedindes iu my family du
ring ine last teiv inoiiins and Iroiu Hie inrreasiui
popularity of your "Family Medicines." I was in
duced tu try Iliem, in pirfereiir.e to employ iua a
physician iu my family, and am now nrenaieri in
say, mat i oeneve your medicines as a chw, lobe
. t i ... . '
superior to any oilier preparations Mnv before ihe
public. Yum Uuiilaiiil Rheumatic Linimeiti, Ver
mifuge, Teller Oiiilmriii, Gravel Mixture, Anti
uyspepnc mixiuie, -Mill tiiiiinu,IAgur, and Hepa
tic I ills, I conreiva to be preparations which need
no Tinner recommendation than a fail trial, to en
lure their unparalleled success.
REV. S. K. k'ELLAM.
Vaudalia, March 20, 18-16,
Froai the Rev. Geo. J. Barrett, of the HI. Conn
Da. Watson Sir f takn swrn iil.,.n in
rommeuditig yutir valuable family medicines to the
puaur, as snie aim certain remedies lor Ihe cure (J
Ihe diseases for Mhich thev am mpirrhiM.I I i.u ..
, " M.
used a nuinber of vonr mniliii.. in m. rn.:iu a..
ring ine past year, and, in every instance with the
C . .
iiimbl eiiiirn Bill teii- r mill ilia rMiinxi.il ...n.......
which I have had from a number of my aequain
. , j--... ,.(, ll1 IU
hesllaucv in savine iha.. In mv lnil..m...i ,i...
alien. Willi llUVe lleil Until, marinln.. I 1..... .
are decidedly superior to any ptepatation wiihin my
s-uowiroge, xuurs, respei tiuliy,
GKO. J. BARRET!
Vamlalii, 111 , Apiil 8, 1846.
Fium III Rev. D. D. McKee, late pastor of the
I resoytenan V.;iiorch.
Dr. E. Y. Watson-Dear Sin I feel thai I owe
it, lint only to myself, but also lo Ihe puhlic, to say,
that 1 have the utmost confidence in your prepara
tions, and hav no doubt thai, in all ordinary rates,
if your medicines an taken arcnnlingly to your rii
reclious, ihey will perform all that you have prom
ised. Your medicines, ihe elll. aey of which have
been tested In my Umlly, and which I can cmR
denily recommend to others, are,- The Fever and
Ague Pills, Fever and Ague Tunic Syrup, Ami
Billions Pills, Oleaginnnus Mixture. Conith Mix
I me, Gout and Rheumatic Linimeiu, and Ami Dys
peptic .vi txinre. I), u, McKEfc.
Vandaltda, III., March 84. 1846.
I cheerfully concur in lha above remarks, made
bribe Kev. u. U. McKee, with regard lo Dr. E.
T. Watson's medicines, havins used lha Gout and
Rhaumaiic Liniment, and Salt liheuin and Taller
Ointment, with complete success. I confidently
recoiiiuieuu them to the public,
Judge of the Probau Court of Vandalia, 111.
I have been troubled with the Dvaemerv. which
continued off and on about on year, and having
consulted tome of the beat physicians in Philadel
phia, New Oilean.i, and in tlijii city, without getting
anv rlir. I ..l...l.4 . .... r. ur ,T
. v,,!.,,,;,, iU ,,y ur, wanton' meal
cine for Dynentery, ic, and in a very short lime
it cured me and I now recommend II a the best
remedy I know of lor the Bowel Complaint.
JVI u. McMURRA Y.
Corner nf Third it Pin t..St. Louis.
And four hn,ie klnex I h.a il.. j A
- "i -ior nan Ague
very bad for nearly six month), and Dr. Watson
cured me at once, and 1 hav never had it since. 1
i.. - ... . . .....
uat-n sine insn, sent, I snoutd think, lorly persnns,
who hav all expi eased their most amir aailsfaciion
SS I K.u I nn u. a n..a L - C .1 a .
- w, -DisbHira iii m wrj low UMys. J UO
not hesitate 10 recommend Dr. Watson' Fever and
u rius 10 in public, a one or Ihe best remedies
for Fever and Ague. D. GOODFELLOW.
M. Louis, Missouri.
For Sal bv J. C . It EN t.VY I.. ..... i-u,:.
..utusier juiy ju, iqj. . fj,n
TtlnSll.' filllmnn.. .
For sale at ths Oatette and Express Offica
GREAT WESTERN OXCE MORE!
MACCRACKEN &. GALBRAXTXX
RATI TBI OAT COMMXNCID KXCIIVIKO THI
WITHIN NINETY-FIVE DAYS.
IS THE AMOUNT OF THIS PURCHASE.
Lancaster, July 2, 1847.
miE LARGE AND SPLEXDID
Q2. Si 22 52a
AVhoiexale and Retail.
REBER & KUTZj
A EE just receiving the LAROEST and HAND
SOMEST STOCK of SPRING end SUM
MER GOODS, that huve ever boon brought to
Lancaster or that ever will be by any other firm
than theirs, and which will be sold at the lowest
cash rates, so low that no person cuu look at tbein
We are connected with no manufactory, no
eastern eatublisluneut, aud thus confined to mak
ing our purchases ut one bouse; but have the ad
vantage of selecting our Goods from the stocks of
all eastern Merchant and Manufacturer.
We hope all, who wish to purchase cheap and
beautiful Goods, will first read the big advertise
ments, aud ufter laughing ut them, en and exam
ine the .Vra stock of Goods, that they call big:
then call und see what we huve aud wliut we cau
do fur them.
Our usaortment consists iu part of the fullowing
73 PIECES OF
Of all colore from It to $i per yard.
SO piece plain and stripped Caasimeis from 75
SOOdo plain, striped and barred Suttiuetts, (te
ry cheap) from 37 to 75 cents per yard
100 do Kentucky Jeans from 25 to 31 cents for
100 do Red, White and Yellow Flannels
150 do Black, Colored, Striped and Figured
25 bulea Brown Muslin
10 cases Blenched do from 6 to 12J cents
10 bale Ticking uud very cheap
2500 nieces of CALICOES,
Cheaper than ever known before.
50 do Cashmeres, Moitslinede Luinesaud other
fancy Goods ibrLADlES' Dressosand Cloaks
50 uo Ginghams, new etyle, and very desirable
A large and beautilul variety of 8 U M M E R
SHAWLS, of all sizes und at very low price
40 pieces Apron Checks, Linen and Cottuu Ta
ble Llolhs, Lotion and Silk Uandkerchiels
Dross Silks; Uluck, colored uud (ig'd Hosiery
Gloves and Mitts of all kinds
Camhricks, Jucconcts and overy thing iu the
Dry (joouk lute tu muke our assortment lull uud
complete, among which will be found a tine vari
ety of ROUGH und READY Goods
We huve also constantly ou baud, a large stock
of BOOTS and SHOES
Fur, Silk, Leghorn, Palm Leaf and Straw Huts
SPANISH SOLE LEATHER, Cotton Yaru
Curpet Chain and Coverlid Wnrp
A full assortment of
GKOCFJCIi: of all KII)H,
Cedar Churn and Tubs, Wooden Buckets,
Salt. etc. &o, &o.
HT Come every body and look through our
MAMMO'i'M PILES of Goods. We are ulwuys
uu baud and ready to prove to you, what is an un
deniable fuct, that wo have mure Goods, better
UBsortiiienta aud sell at lower rates than any other
establishment iu Lancaster. Of these fact you
can convince yourselves by culling ut our OLD
oiaiu aim examining our siocst.
WE WISH TO PURCHASE
50,000 bushels ot W II EAT,
Any amount of CORN, RYE, OATS, Flax-seed,
Feather, and every tiling else that the Farmer
have for sale that is worth having. Wo will give
the highest prices in CASH and GOODS for the
above articles, and give MORE GOODS fur the
some amount of trade, than any otbor house. Call
and give us a tnul
Luneuster. June 4, 18 17 4
NEW KOOIU AND NEW WOODS.
HOKE GOOD NEWS.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES.
IIAUDWAIIK, CUE A I' 10 II THAN EVICIt.
Just received and now opening, in the East
KOOK Of MB It. IYI. AlrmVOKTH S BLOCK Or l0'
sitx this Tallmapok lloiiss. from Pittsburg,
Bullimure, Philadelphia uud New York, a lurge
aim geuerui usHorimotit ul biigiiBii, Ucmian and
IIAUDW.4RE AND CUTM'UV.
Comprising in part the billowing arlicles:
Ita I'll wart;.
English and Gorman Door Locks. Mortice luck
and Latches, chest, Desk, Till mul Puillucka
Latches aud dour handles, window springs asst.
Hash lustuins, assorted,
Socket und Firmer chisels, gouges &. spur bills
Bull Braces in setts, plain bits ull sizes
Common nud Screwed Spoke Shave
Screw driven, Compasses. Steel squares,
Slide Bevels, Mill auw, double cut and 3 aqiinro
files, Hume Rasps, Drawing Knives,
10(10 Gross wood Screws ussorted
300 dozen Mahogany Knob
Cut Tuck from 24 tu 24 ounce
Sprigs from 14 to 2 inch,
Patent Brads, Clout Nails, Tenneut, Hund, pan
nel, Pruning and Butcher's Saw
Iron, Brittaiinia, German Silver aud Silver pla
ted Table, Tea and Busting spoons,
Broud Trays, Waiters, Iron and Solar Lamps,
1 Iron aud Brass Candlesticks,
Looking Glasses uud Looking Glass plates,
Super Rodger's Congress knives
1, V, II, and I Bludnd doasitl, Pruning kuivos
Razors assorted aud Razor Strops; and a gener
al uud liuo aasurtmout ol TABLE CUTLERY.
Buckle of all sizes. Turret mid wuter Hooks,
Harness spot, Trace and Halter bolt
Brass, Silvereduiid Japanned Stirrup.
Cotton, Straining, Worsted uud Bool webbings
Coach and Buggy luce, tuft of all colors, plain
and figured gum oliAb, Japanned Muslins, assort
ed colors Murorco, Boot uo. Goat and Hog skius,
Seutiug, Plush, plain and figured assorted
Paleut Loatlier and Oil Cloth.
Bruinl axos, Adzes, Champeriug knives, head
ing do, Stuve do, Crow cutlers, Hollowing knives,
Shave up and Dress hoops assorted.
For the I nriuers.
I have a general assortment of Uaitor, Trace,
Log and Breast chains
30 dozou Grass Scythes,
18 do Corn do
3 do Brush .do
S do Patent Graiu Cradles
85 do Hay Rakes
Common and best steel Corn lloos. with and
without handles, Goose nock do, socket shovels,1
Long Handle do, D. Handle do, Ames No. 2, do,
May and a and 4 prong manure Forks
Also, Mill and Cross cut Saws, Steelyard,
Hatchets and Hammer, Adze aud Broad Axes,
Iron Nails and Steel.
IIS Keg Juniatta Nails
SO do Rapid Forge do
80 Ton Juniatta Iron
10 do Rapid Forge do
English Blister. Americiin Blister. Shear. Ger
mail and Cast Steel
ai-lOaud IU-18 Window Glass, aud a largo
Leicester Machine Cards,
Together with a srent variety of other Hard
ware, ull of which I will positively soil as Jo for
CASH, a any other house, west of the mountain
oan sell them. Come and see for yonrselvos.
Lancaster, June, 4th 1847. 4tf
BLANK DEEDS, nestly printed on ths
best of p&petoi sale at litis office
BOOT Al S1101ARliU
REED & BAUGIIMAH
OULD most respectfully inform their old
friends and the public generally, that they
nit continue me mauuiaciure ut
V , COOTS & SHOES
SaWn AT THEIR
in Shawk's Row, and opposite Bury & Beck'a
Drug Store, where they will be pleased to wait
on all who may tavor tbein with a call. They
flatter themselves that upon examination, their
work will recommend itself, as th- y keep none
but the best and most experienced workmen.
Their work is warranted to be made in the best
aud most fashionable style, of which, the follow
ing article comprise a part:
LADIES Kid SLIPPERS,
da. French Morocco Buskin,
Goat Morocco STRAP SHOES.
A boy from 14 to 15 yean of ace, will be token
to learn the ubove busiuess.ofguod moral character
aud ol industrious habits. None other need apply
REED & BAUGHMAN.
Lancaster, May 28, 1817. 3
ND NO GWOK,
i M t .Ji
WISE & HILLARD
"T"M"TOUI.D mniit rAnrtfiillv inform th noi.
VV p'e of Kuirfiela and adjoining Counties.
liiui, niry iiav7 t,uiB UUV OUIUIUCIJUCU TWVlVlllll
.1. . cwns-wsis e
tueir oiuliv 01
FALL & WINTKIl GOODS,
and another lurge arrival is expected in a day or
two, which, when received will make their as
sortment complete for the season in every de
partment. All persons coming to this town to
uuy uooua nre invnuu io can una iook mrougn
uieir exiesisive aim oeuuiituity ussortea chock 01
Staple and Taney Dry Goods,
which ure nll.of this Fall's importation and conse
quently ol the newest styles nud latest patterns.
We have on hand and ready for exhibition one of
the LARGEST & MOST ELEGANTLY assorted
Stock of LADIES' DRESS GOODS ever opened
in Lancaster, and promise to sell them under the
old motto which is "more goodtfor a dollar than
anybody cite" Our Stock ol Ladies Dress Trim
mings embraces a general variety of FRINGES,
GIMPS, CORDS, TASSELS, BUTTONS, &c,
including ull lute patterns, many of which are very
dosirublo from the fact that they are 'all the rage-'
H 11 AV Li s
Of every kind, quality and size can be bought of
us at greatly reduced prices.
A large lot, which are new fashionable atvle
aud very cheap, Bonnet Burden, Bottuet Cups,
If, . r i. I i 1
uuu. Duunei uimpsoi an Kiuus.
This department of our Stock was never better.
as no pains or trouble was spared iu getting up
and selecting this kind of Goods, and we believe
we have a better Stock of Gorman and French
Fancy Goods, Yankee Notions, and all small
Wares generally, than uuy other bouse in town.
OCR STOCK OF STAPLE UKY GOODS
is unusually lurge and prices never known so low
before: wbon we ure done opening we ahull have
over 2000 pieces of PRINTED CALICOES, rung-
ug m prices irom 3 to 10 cents a yard, uearly all
of which are the new styles of small figures, dots,
sprigs, stripes aud pluids.
The best NINEPENNY CALICOES we have
ever bad, pretty Goods and perfectly fast colors
100 pieces ol Orange aud Blue Prints, which
are the beat and most durable Goods at their price
in ine mai Ket,
200 pieces of rjluin. nluid and striood ALPAC
CAS, nf ull colors and qualities from 20to 50 cents,
BILK WAKr" ALPACCAS.eerycAeao
ABYSINIAN CLOTHS, iu every color and
style, a uew nrticle iu the markot, and is unequal
ed in richness of appearance by any goods out
60 pieces DARK FANCY GINGHAMS.
10 do Oil colored do
APRON CHECKS, all prices.
20 Bales BROWN MUSLINS the best in town.
Blenched MusliiiajBleached & Brown Drillings
Bleached, Brown hud Col'd Clinton Flannels
10 bales TICKING, superior quality. We have
ii ous i?-K i: i: n v; noons,
in great variety, tueh ai
BROWN and BLEACH TABLE CLOTHS,
Fine Dninnsk Linen do. Napkins
BLEACH mul BROWN SHEETINGS, from
two tu three yards wide; Pillow Case Cottons,
BED ULAN KETS of nil sizes and prices,
Furniture Checks, Furniture Calicoes
Domestic Pluids, Towel, Diaper nud Crash, in
short every thing iu this line ot Goods at whole
72j pieces of Blue Black. Brown. Olive, Claret,
Oxlbrd mix'd, Invisiblo Green, Steel mixed and
Blue Cloths, of nil qualities and prices. Cull and
A good Stock uud handsome variety of
C A S S 1 111 12 R 15 S .
Plain. Black, Blue Black, also Burred ' Stripe J and
VESTINGS from ninepence a pnltern to four
dollurs. consisting of all kinds, Saliu, Plain, Fi
gured and Bard, Cashmere Vestiugs of every
price, Silk Velvet and Valencia do
120 pieces Salt.inet,
of all sorts, colors, kinds, qualities and prices
40 pieces KENTUCKY JEANS, Gold mixed,
Blue, Black, Cadet uud Bruwu fruui twenty to
fifty cent n yard,
10 piece Sheep Grey Fulled Cloths, a very
heavy uoodslor winter pants.
10 DRAY LOADS OF
ROOTS AM SHOKS,
now unloading, Thick Boot several qualities,
FINE CALFaud MOROCCO BOOTS,
Kip and Brognn SHOES, Ladies' Lace BOOTS
GAITERS, WALKING SHOES and Slippers
Boy's Thick Boots, Thick Kip and Calf Shoes
Missos' Boots and Walking Shoes
Genllemeus', Ladies' and Misses' India Rubber
Fur, Plain and trini'd Cloth, Oil Cloth, Plush,
&c., Ueuna Vista, Navy and General Taylor stylus,
Children and Infanta Fancy Caps.
A general aeiortwent of
GLASS AND W ARE.
Our STOCK of GROCERIES is large and o
enodouiditv. All kinds of DYE STIiFFS run.
stantly on hand.
un nana Also,
A large lotof Colton Yarn, Coverlet Warp, Car-
pot Chum and Candlewicking. Finally every thing
iu 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
iu i'iuyo it uj eiiuwitig uuuus nnu totting prices.
Cash on Hand,
For Wheat, Rye, Outs and Corn. -
All kinds of trade in exchange for Goods.
WISE & HILLARD.
Lancaster, October 7, 1847. 23
W. 8. MEATY,
Rook seller and Stationer,
On door weit of the Hocking Valley Bank
MAIN 8TR.EKT LANCASTER OHIO,
KEEPS eonstantlyon hand, a large assortment
of Medical Miscellaneous and School Books
Also Blank-book, Stationary &a &0. of every
description. All of which will be sold at prices
as moderate as those of any establishment in
Central Ohio. s ,
Lancaster June 25, 1847. Iy7.
For Cash and Produce Only.
Wholesale and Retail.
ANOTHER TREMENDOUS ARRIVAL OF
CANAL Bout laid aside aud Railroads used fur
bringing Goods to the ...
iu the shortest time that any tock waa ever deli
vered iu the State. 1 be Great Western patron
izes the lightning liues, bi.ying Good oflener,
receiving them quicker aud sellingaster than all
, Lancaster together.
Notuuly the Eastern Cities of the United States
have sent their share, but the whole World has
contributed its portiuu to make our stock in every
respect what the citizens of Ohio wish HAND
SOME. FASHIONABLE and CHEAP.
JAMES C. MACCRACKEN having connected
himself with WORK GALBRAITH, under the
tirmot MACCRACKEN & GALBRAITH, aud
still owning part of one of the most extensive
wholesale Stores iu New York aud the lurgest
manufacturing establishments m tlieUntted States,
they are receiving a larger lot of Guoda than ever
was brought, even to tite Great Western.
On Jjio 10th of May, the Store Room and Street
were blockaded with our boxes.
Our manufucturiug establishment, as usual, has
supplied us with every variety of American man
ulactured DRY GOODS, furnishing us with Cloths,
which we are enabled to sell at least 50 cents on
the yard less than any other Merchant can buy
Oar Stock id" CASSIMERES, SATTINETS,
TWEEDS aud CALICOES caunut be be equalled,
either iu pricei or ityle.
The Steamships, Sarah Sands and Caledonia,
which brought the last favorable account of con
tinued good prices for Grain and Flour, brought
for us, direct from Europe, an unusuully large
stock of handsome fushionuble DRESS GOODS
for the LADIES and, for the GENTLEMEN
every variety of latest styles.
We have another very large stock of BROWN
MUSLINS aud being of our own muke, notwith
standing the advance iu the price of those Guods
iu the East, persons, who buy at the Great Wes
tern, say that muslins are cheap as ever, while
those that go tu other stores will contend they
never were so high priced.
Our BLEACHED MUSLINS, being also from
our own manufactory, we can warrant their qual
ity, and our prices any one can see are the low
est. Indeed, all who wish to buv soods made
iu the United States will soon ascertain, that if
tney wisn to uuy them cheap, thoy must go to
the Great Western.
We have ticking, at 124 ceuts per yurd, that
is ueuer man ever soiu in umoat Iu.
Our STOCK OF CALICOES never was Wt.
er and all entirely new styles, as ull know that,
uuui we receiveu mis nisi siock, we had scarce
ly a dress pattern iu the bouse.
We have nearly 5000 pieces, over 200 differ
ent patterns, umong them a beuutiful rich Ging
ham print, only 18 j cents per yurd a style of
uootis aiwuys nereloiore sold at 31 to 274 cents.
The very handsomest Americun print at Man
ufacturer's in ices, onlv IDA cents imp vnr.l
The handsomest blue and orange prints ever
The variety of our dress goods is unusually
large a very lurge stock of both English and
Black, & white Scotch Gingham, cheaper than
ever known in the West. Gimmum Lawns and
Muslin Gingham, Madder eolored Lawns, Rose
uuu ate., the very latest style. Monterey nud
Bueua Vista dress goods, very rich and beuutiful
entirely new, but 26 days from England. Best
Buinbazmes, Veuitinu Organdies, Striped Plaid
A very large stock of Ribbons, everv variotv
of style.all the latest importations, customers cun
and must wake up we sell them so cheap.
LADIES AND MISSES BONNETS Florence
braid bonnets at any price.
A spluiided assortment of Spring and Summer
Ladies French work Collars, unusually cheup
Gloves and mitts, every variety and price.
Lyms Crapes a beautiful and new style goods.
A very large stock of SUMMER SHAWLS all
beuutiful Cusbmere, D'Ecore, Mouslin de Lain,
and twisted Silk Shawls, ot tirst quulity.
LADIE'S SLIPPERS and Shoes or every kind,
black and Bronze GAITERS, HALF GAITERS,
Booteos, etc., all purchased of the munufucturors,
Hosiery of every color and quality some as low as
10 cents a pair, white and black cotton.
PARASOLS Gingham and Silk Puraaolets.
For theGentlemen we have a of little evervthinc,
Germans French, American and west of England
-Funcy Tweeds, Gumhroons, Linens, Nankeen
Cumberland pluids, Pasia Checks, Ringgold sincle
mill Cassameres and many other varieties, for
i-ieutiemeii s summer punts lancy cussimeros,
black cassimeres. Our assortment of uoutitigs
is unusually lurge.
Croton coatings, Erminett do. Mazurka du.
Gold mixed Tweeds, all wuol, very low, Amuzou
Silk warp Codiuglons all beuutiful.
Lusting cord, au entirely new urticle fur gen
Tweeds fium 25 ceuts per yard up.
Men's boat calf boots mou's slippers uud shoes
ot every kind.
V eatings of any kind from 124 cents per yard
Palm leaf Hats at lower prices than ever before
were orouglit in the West.
Leghorn lints equally chenp.
Carpet Chain, colored and white.
Coverlid Yuru best cotton yarn, long reel only,
Indigo of best quality.
Our stock of GROCERIES is unusually large
and were purchased, at New Orleans, at the low
est prices- Our cofleo is of the boat quality Rice
always on hand.
We are determined that the Great Western
aud the Goods sold by the Great Western shall
speak for themselves. All we ask is that all, who
wish to buy Guods cheap for ready pay, will cull
at our establishment, see our constantly cbuugiug
varieties aud ask prices.
We are always the first to raise the price of
Grain and the last to put it lower.
Any quuuly of CASH aiwuys on hand for Far
mer'$ Produce, and Waggons unloaded ut our
Ware-house without any work of the Farmer,
Conic ,,tlion, every body to the Grout Westorn.
MACCRACKEN & GALBRAITH.
Lancaster, May 14th, 1817. 1
THE DAILY NATIONAL WHIG,
IS published In the City of Washington, every
day, at 3 o'clock, P. M. Sunday excepted
and served to subscribers in the City, at lha Navy
Yard, in Georgetown, in Alexandria, and in Balti
more. Ine same eveniui at 6 emit a week, paya
ble to ihe Sole Agent lor the vv'hig,G, L. Uillchrvsi,
Esq., or his order. Il is also mailed to any part of
th Uniiad Slates fur $4 per annum, or $2 fur six
iiimtths, payable in advance. -
Advertisements of ten lines or less Inserted one
lime fur 50 rents, two times for 75 rents, three times
for il, one werk for $1 75, two weeks forlJ 75.
one month $1, two months $7, three months $10,
six muiilhs $16, one year $30 payable always iu
The National Whig is what lis name indicates.
il speaks Ihe sentiments of Ihe Whig parly ol ihe
Union on every question of public puiirv. It ad
vocates the election to the Presidency of Zachary
Taylor, subject to the decision of a Whig National
Convention. It makes war to the knife upon all
lbs measures aed arts of me Administration deem
ed to be averse to the interests of the country, snd
expose without fear or favor ihe coriiipiioui of ihe
psrty iu power. Its columns aie open to every man
in the country, forth discussion ul political or any
lit addition to politics a lama spare in the Na
tional Wills will be devoted to the publications up
on Agriculture, Mechanics, and other useful arts.
Science in general, Law, Medicine, Statistics, AV.c.
A weekly list of the Patents issued by the Patent
Office will likewise be published the whole for
mini a complete family newspaper.
The Weekly Natloir.il W hiff.
One of the largest uovspapers in the United States,
I marie up from the column of the Daily Nation
al Whij, and n published every Saturday for the
low pries of $3 per annum, payable in advance.
A double sheet of eight pages will be given whenev
er the press of matter shall justify it.
The memoirs of General Taylor, written express
ly foi the National Whig, are in course of publica
tion. They commenced with the second number, a
large number of copies of which have been prin
ted 10 supply call for back numbers.
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Washington, July 18.-6inl0 $5, & ex. daily ly
Important from the South.
LATE AND LARGE ARRIVAL OP
Telegraph H tt e. ;
KINKEAD & DOT IT
wsnti I'm I s.' it...
C2 52. CD C23 Hi 33
HITS JUST RKCKIVID IRON TfftSonrtt .1. ....
STOCK of GROCERIES; &C
awuiig yiiin,u HIO VO IUUfJ,
New Orlean SUGAR, Indigo aud Madder - r
Loaf do. A lum anil ronn.a
Rio and Java COFFEE, Clove, and CitnTamori
Plantation MoIhmum m..i, j c. .
7 - nuiiiiDga aim oiuTca
Sugar Hou.? do. Camwood and Logwood
.uceanunauiu. Salaratu. and Whiting
Cav. and Souu Tu hacr-n r.... iq. q s
m . , ' "p'ui.gopaiiotuuiuaesars1
6 Twist do,N0.i( White Lead and Oil
Pepperand Spice, PoWueri 8hot j c -
.riacserei ana nernng Wrapping Paper
White Fish . and Shad Fishmg Tacklo
Tea. aud Chocolate , Pipes, Soap, Aie.
Constantly on baud by the Barrel or pound.
We have made uri-angements for a constant and
regular supply of LAKE FISH, which will com
meace to arrive as soou as the Canal is opeued
North. Citizens nl'FVii-f;U lt .. I- ,
iu ai uu. tsiao-
lishment before you purchase, and you will save
money, thai is a "fixed fact" and uo humbug. -
GEOROIv L. ECKERT,
HAS constantly on baud and for sale at his old
Stand, on Brruni.Wuir ihri... ,I...Q t. ,.r
- . '--,t HUVVHWI.UUUW Vi
the Market House, a general assortment of -
Manufactured by experienced wors
meu and of the most modern styles:
' contiiting of '
E2 A iES. S A VtTS
Solus, Sociables, Divans, Ottomaus
Ceutre, Pier, Curd, Dressing, End, Dining and
Tea TABLES, ' .'.,
Dressing, Freuch aud Plain BUREAUS, '
Wardrobes, Washstauda, Locker, WorkBtands,
FRENCH, AND HIGH AND LOW POST
And ull other articles in hi line that may bo
called lor. His work will be made of the best
materials and finished in n ni ,.,! ..i,i
ueF- having a large aud select stock on baud ho
.. ... u.uruu , ,c nnmo ui reuueeu pnees, and as
low as any man sells articles of emml mmlitv t
A NEW HEARSE, ;
with a fine Horse and Harness, calculated for tlw
purpose, are always in readiness to attend funes
als. All Coffins made to order. The subscriber
will promptly attend funerals any where in the
County with bis Hearse free of extra charge; and
ull his charges will be at reduced prices.
The subscriber returns his grateful thanks to
his old custoinem und respectfully solicits a con
tinuance of their patronage.
GEORGE L. ECKERT.
Lancaster, February 5, 1847. - 39
COMPOUND STRIP OP
LIVERWORT AND TAR.
A SAFE and certain CUKE for CONSUMP
TION of the LUNGS, Spitting of BLOOD,
Coughs, Colds.Aslhma, Pain in Ihe Side, Bronchi
tis, Whooping Cough, and ALL PULMONARY"
Certificate of Dr. Wm. J. Richardi owell known
practitioner of more than twenty years standing.
To all whom it may concern, 1 make the follosv
ing statement: Conscious that n may appear un
professional, it is only from a perfect conviction and
thuroiudi knowledge of the essential benefit and
scientific origin of the prepaiatiun spoken of that I
feel constrained from a sense of duty lo comply
with the rrquest of the proprietor.
I am a most inveterate opposer of quacks and
quack medicines in any form, and most fully coin
cide with the clauses in the Code of Ethic, lately
adoped by the Medical Convention of Ohio relating
particularly to (hat subject Il may therefore bein
feriedlhat it is only fiout personal experiment with
the preparation, and a positive assurance of its
beneficial lesnlis, that induces me lo recommend il
as being all tnai it represents Hself to he.
The patient, Mr. harles Wade, Sixth street,
Market Space, whom I allowed to try iha effect of
ihe medicine, (but which I wuuld have done under
no consideration whatever had I not teen a copy of
the receipt from which the medicine is prepared,
obtaned from the egent, and which I am satisfied
is authentic,) was quite low with th early stages
ol pulmonary consumption, foi which I had been
Heating in the usual manner, though with less than
my usu-tl success; at his earnest request, and that
of his friends, I examined the receipt, and wa
sufficiently satisfied of its scientific composition to
allow the trial, and I am obliged to confess its effect
was at least surprising, inasmuch that after iha con
sumption of ihe second bottle my prolessional visit
iveic discontinued, though I frequently saw my pa
tirnt afterward., restored lo pei feci health.
The preparation is railed "Dr. Rogers' Com
pound Syrup ol Liverwort and Tar;" and from th
examination of the receipt and the success iu my
own experiment, I do conscientiously recommend
il as a useful and valuable medicine; and I should
uige my brother pidriitiouers tu procure Uie receipt,
as I leal convinced ihey will agree with me as to its
excellence, and will uo doubt use it in their prac
tice, as I shall must certainly do, believing it la he
a iiiosi valtinbla aid in pulmonary cases that baffle
the ordinary mode of treatment.
WM.J. RICHARDS, M.D.
Cidciiuiati, Oct. I, 1844. . . ,
ASTONISHING CURE! ! '
Of Mrs. Bknj. Smith, living on ths north side as
Ann street, one square north of the Cincinnati Hof
pilal. . . ,, . ,
This is to certify that my wife was attacked with
a violent cough, which settled on her lunes and re
duced her so low that her physician could do no
mine for her. She exhibited precisely ths same
svmptiiius as mv daughter did befme her death (she
I :.. . .i:. j .. .i- .. - , -
miring men wun ine same insease; aim all our
friends were convinced . she would live out a
shori lime longer. I was at this lima recommended
to Iry Dr. Rogers' celebrated Syrup of Liver
wort and Tar. With linle or no hopes, 1 procured
a bottle of the agent in thtt city, and upon return
ing I found my wife absolutely strangling with her
cough. I commenced civiiis large doses a tea-
spoonful every hour, for forty eight hour which
raised her as by a miracle. 1 hav luce adminis
tered it iu small doses, which has brought her to
th use of Ihe fourth bottle, and she ii now doing
her house-work as usual. I have not ihe slightest
douht that she would have been in her grave but for:
this invaluable medicine! and I return my sincere
ihanks tu lha eminent hivtntor of ii, and do most
urgr-nily recommend all persens afflicted witrraajr
disease of the lung, lo give it a trial .
BENJAMIN SMITH. '
I certify that my husband's statement of my case
above, Is strictly correct in every particular, ends
most cordially join him in grateful thanks lor th
benefit I nave derived from this valuable medicine.
Cincinnati, Feb. 13th, 1845.
A. L.8COVILL Wholesale Agent for th
West and South Southeast curuer of 5th and Race
Streets, Cincinnati, Ohio. . ,.
The above valuable medicine sr alio for .ale at
, BURY & BECK, DruggUti,
Lancaster, June 4, 1847. Iy33
Attorney and Counsellor at
AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY
ET'Oic!, Tallmadge's Building 3d Story
Luucaster, June 5. 1846.