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, From Extra, September 16. tyVVs oroinJebteJ to afiioml for a slip from the Ohio State Journal office, containing the confirmation of the news from the scat of War. Gen. Scott's des patches, it will be seen, have been recieveu at Washington. J lie loss is heavy on both sides. Among the woun ded, we notice Col. Morgan, severely. By Telegraph for the Ohio State Journal. lMPORmWfOlFfEXICO! News of General Scott's Battle Confirmed, jflciicnii Loss 5000. AMERICAN LOSS ABOUT 1000. Flv CoininUuiomr appointed totrctt fur Peace ANOTHER GREAT BATTLE On the 19lli ami 20lh ofAiiisi. Pittsburgh, Sept. 14 9J P. M. Editor Ohio State Journal: Government despatches have been this moment received by express. The news heretofore received fully confirmed. On the 20tli, the American forces, consisting of 7000 men met the enemy at Cliaibiiu co, three or four miles from the Capital. The Mexicans were 22, OOOstrong, behind on immense battery of heavy artillery. . After two hours of bloody conflict, our gallant troops swept every thing, near ly at the point of the bayonet. American loss less than 1000 Mexi can loss 5000 amongst whom were a number of distinguished gentlemen and civilians. ' An armistice was agreed upon. Five Commissioners were appointed on the Mexican side, at the head of whom is Herrera. They had two meetings and were to bold a3donMonday,30lli August. Valencia escaped with 52 companions to Toluca and pronounced against Santa Anna and peace. - The Pony express, 24 hours in nd vanco of the mail, has arrived here this evening, bringing the N. O. Picayune of the 8th inst. The steamer Mary Kings land arrived on the 7th with later dates from Vera Cruz. She brings accounts of the two victorious battles of Contreras and Charbucos, so called from tbo field works of the enemy. Tho proposition for the armistico was made by Gon. Scott, supposed to have been at the instance of the British Ambas sador. The report heretofore given that the city of Mexico had surrendered seems to be unfounded, and should peace not follow from the negotiations now pond ing; another battle must ensue. A letter from Mr. Kendall, dated Lacn baco, Aug. 22 says the Archbishop's pal ace of tliis place is now occupied by Gen. Scott and a portion of the army, af ter defeating the enemy in two of the hardest fought battles of tho war, on the 14th instant. . A reconnoitre since made by Col. Dun can, having satisfied Gen. Scott that a road for artillery could be cut from Clial coa to San Cagustiora. Gen. Worth's division moved in that direction on the 15th; followed by Gens. Quitman, Pillow and Twiggs. By this move a new line of operations was taken on the southern and western sides of the city of'Mexico.and the strong works of Pinou and Mexical Sango; on which Santa Anna had bestowed im mense laBor were completely turned. On the 16th of Aug. Gen. Worth marched as far as the Hacienda of Sao Gereoia, when a halt was ordered. Gen. Scott and Gen. Twiggs had met a largo force of the enemy at Ilulicon. General Twiggs promptly ordered tho heaviest guns to be unlimbered, and after a few discharges, the enemy were dispersed with a loss of 6 killed. On the 17th Gen. Worth resumed his march overbad roads, but by 8 o'clock in the morning he was in sight of tho domes and spires of the capital, without nny opposition, except that the rocks had been rolled in the road and ditches dug. evidently showing that Gen. Scott had stolen a march nn Santa Anna. On reaching this point, however, n scattering fire was opened by a force sta tioned in on advantageous position, which was soon silenced by Col. Smith's light battalion of the 2nd Artillery, under Ma ior Gait. Another attack was shortly after made, but the enemy's pickets were driven m without loss. At 7 o'clock of the 18th, Gen. Scott arrived at San Augustine, and at 2 o'clock Gen. Worth was in full march for the city of Mexico by the main road Majors Smith and Turnbull, Captain "Mason and other engineers and oflicers were supported by Capt. Blades' squad ron of dragoons to reconnoitre, when a masked battery was opened upon them, and the first bull from an IS killed Capt. Thornton, of the 2d Dragoons, besides seriously wounding a guide. Col. Garland's brigade was ordered to occupy a position on tho plain in sight of the enemy's battery at San Antonio, while Col. Stark's brigade, and Duncan's battery took thoir stations on tho rear, close by. A party was then sent out to reconnoitre, to ascertain the practicabili ty of finding a road by which the village of San Angel could be reached, and the strong hold of San Antonio thus turned. This party had a skirmish with the enemy, killed five or six and taking as many prisoners, without loosing a man. The result oftho reconnoitro was favor able, and it was ascertained that a road could be mado. Tho Mexicans were plainly seen in force in tho roar of Bron teras; and at the council held that night, it was determined to attack them in the morninir. While this reconnoisance was going on, Gen. Worth had established himself at the Passeada of Buiora, from the windows of which countless numbers of the enemy could bo seen at work up on the batteries of San Antonio. About noon, they opened upon tho Hacienda with both round shot and shells Nearly every shot took efTect, but did no damogo except tothe buildings. Late in the evening they wero again openod, but were silencod during tho' night. Had the fire been kept up, the Hacienda might have been torn in pieces and the entire command compelled to retreat. At 7 o'clock in the morning of the 19th the batteries again opened on. Worth's position. " So hot was the fire that the troops were compelled to gain shelter behind the buildings, but did not give up their position About 8 o'clock the divisions of Twijirs and Pillow were ordered to march in the direction of Broiiheras, and by 1 o'clock in the afternoon were in plum sight of the enemy's batteries, and within sight of the heavy guns. The brigade of Cul. P. F. Smith was ordered to advance direct,ly towards the enemy's work's while that of Col. Iti ley moved towards a small village at tho right, and thus cut off rein forcements which might be sent to Va lencia from the city. An incessant fire was opened on Col. Smith's command and some of the rifles were engaged with the pickets of the enemy diiving lliem in. Tho 12 pounder batteries of Capt. McGuires and tho mountain Howitzer batteries now commuuded by Lieut. Cul lender of the Ordinance depurtment were pressed forward on the enemy, but were so much exposed to a fire from heavy guns that they were soon silenced. Lieuts. Johnson and Cullender were seriously wounded. At 3 o'clock Gen. Cadwallader was ordered out to support Col. Jtiley. Heavy reinforcements hav ing been seen on their way out from tho city, while Gen. Pierce was sent to sus tain Gen. Smith. The firing from the enemies' batteries was incessant. At about 4 o'clock Gen. Scott arrivod, and seeing the immense strength of the Mexicans, at onco ordered Gen. Shield's brigade to support Itiley and Cadwalla der, and prevent if possible a junction of the torces coming nut of the city. Coming out of the city with Valencia, but few of the movements of our troops could be seen, but every motion of the enemy was visible. The order of battle of Valencia was most imposing. Infan try was seen drawn up to support tho batteries, while the long line of the ene my's cavalry was stationed in the rear, as if awaiting the shock of battle. Two Rcporato charges were seen to be repul sed by Col. Riley. Until night had fair ly closed on thorn, firing on the enemy's batteries had not " slackened. It had been a continuous roar for near six hours. Gen Scott returned to San Augustin a bout 8 o'clock in tho night, in the midst of the hard rain, and Gen. Twiggs and Pillow came in about 11 o'clock, com pletely exhausted; and not anticipating the great strength of the enemy's works, it was thought that the batteries could be taken 6iid that the troops would bo all comfortably quartered at San Angel for the night. Instead of this, a largo por tion of them were compelled to bivouack without blankets in the midst of a pilil less storm. Early on tho 20lh, Worth was ordered to movo with a part of his Division and Galand's Brigade, for aid. In the attack on Valencia to reinforce his position was deemed indispensible. At 7 o'clock the firing of tho cannon was heurd and the rattli ritj 0f musketry, and somo of them said that in the distance the horses could be seen flying towards the city. Yet few deemed that the bat tenies had been stormed and carried. Yet so it was. Gon. Scott himself, accompanied by Gen. Worth started for the scene of ac tion, when they were met by Capt. Ma son with the joyful intelligence that Va lencia had been completely routed after a terrible struggle. J he attack upon his works was plan ed by Gen. Smith, and resulted in tho capture of 15 pieces of artillery and some 1500 prisoners among them Gen. Blan co Garcia, Gen. Doga, and the notorious Sales.. Ho also captured all tho ammu nition and camp equipage; while the roads over which those who escaped was often strewn with muskets. Not less than 700 of the enemy, among them many oflicers, were left dead on tho field, while the number wounded was fur greater. The works of Contreras are complotoly in the power of the American army. Gen. Scott at once orderod Gen. Worth to full back on San Antonio, to turn and capture that work, and then push on to wards the Capital by the main road, while tho main body of the army pushed on to wards Sun Angel and Choican. ' Gen. Twiggs had scarcely moved half a mile beyond tho latter village, when a rattling fire of musketry announced that he was actively engaged with tho out posts of tho enemy; and the booming of cannon now gave token that the devoted 2d Division had fallen on another strong work. A few minutes more, and atromen dous firing from the right made it ev idunt that Gen, Worth was also actively engaged. Ho bad completely broken the strong works of San Antonio; but while doing so, the'euemy had abandoned tho place with a loss of their heavy guns and had fallen back on the second and stronger line of works. It was now 1 o clock in the ultcrnnon, and about the commencement of the bat tic; and such a rattling of fire arms had seldom or never Ifeeii heard on the con tinent of America, accompanied with such a booming of artillery; and this was continued over two hours, when tho ene my was complotoly routed from evory point, and until those who wero not kill ed or taken prisoners were in full flight to tho city. -Tho strength of the enemy at tho bat tle is known to have been at least 15, and many say 20,000, all fresh troopR, and in a position of uncommon strongth. Op posed to them were 6,000 Americans, ja ded and broken down by marches and in cessant toil. At Chambuco the Mexicans say that Santa Anna commanded in person, but that ho retired early. Tho young men of the Capital of whom so much was ox- pected nearly all fled without firing a gun. The loss on our side has fallen more heavily upon tho South Carolina and N York Volunteers, the 8th Infantry and Smith's battalion, and tho butteries of of Capts. Adams, Magruderand Taylor. The South Carolina volunteers were nearly cut to pieces. Thirteen Mexican Generals were kil lod and wounded. More ammunition was captured than Gen. Scott has used since he has been in the country. Appended to this account arc tho terms of the Commissioners of the two governments, while negotiating upon the terms of peace. Neither army is to be reinforced or build new defences during the armistice, nor go beyond the present line. In short the two armies are in no way to interfere with each other without 48 hours notice. lje iUarketo. LANCASTKU, Friday, Heptomber 17. 147. CORRKCTtU WKKXLT r KINK BAD DOTS. , Wheat,, flour,.. Kye,... 70 )Va,i:ir .. '.'AalH ..Haiti M ...... 374 8 4 ... .yG n .... ,...7 7 H . UJJiMi; 40 , . 4.28U 1'otutoe. Lliiod Apple,.. Kliix-Sefld,.-... . Clover ."Seed.... Wliile Beans,... feathers, Pinii Lull, Shot : Lend Powder WhUkey,.... . . Chocolate, Popper, (iiiiL'i.'r .B0 .70 t ('inn,.. Outs,.., Hurley,. Corn M Muter,. ... i--'l .... .' .,...! 75 fcj ...Ul ....it; .... iu4 .... i'.'4 B fri'a.10 . $!) 00 -111,. Bacon, Laid Tallow Kici X.O.Sujjiir,. I. mil' do...., Molasses, Tea Collee fSiilarutti White r'isli,.. I'ickerul... ... Cav. Tobacco,' SWI.J Suit, (barrel)....! 7 Kentucky ilu ...7l'a)H By Telegraph For the Zaneicille Courier. liAi.TiMoiiK, September 14 5 o'clock 1' M. The market generiilly are without change in any particular. Nkw York. September 145 o'clock 1. M. Flour. Sales of Cieuessco ut $5,81., uud of Western at fli so reads our despatch. Willis r. .Moderate kales tit' Prime White at lit cents per bushel. Cokn. Sales of Mixed ut tii aCii cents, anil of Yellow ut 70 cents. I.Aiiu. The market is heavy. l'lTT.-iHURuii, September 14 5 o'clock 1'. M. Ciikksk The Market in active. Throe feet water in the channel, and the Itiver is falling. Uur market in general, in quite dull. Zanksvii.lk. September 15. We note no change in pricej here, uml continue our (puliation at 75c. for w heat; Hour, at reluil. t l,2Va.'),00, the hitter for extra; oula Ij'fliltf; Corn 2:i'25: Flat Seed Cllc: whisky 20c: Hay $5,50'a.5100 per ton. Courier. Cincinnati. Sept )3. Flour The receipts are very light and sides trifling: $,WYwi,K, tho range of prices. Whiskey Sales in bids nt 17 Jo. Corn -,il)00 hush, in bulk, lit 10c. Sugar Sale 10 boxes Dimwit lluvann, at (ifjc; Ci.kvki.ami, Sept. 11, F'loui Receipts fair, but no transactions have occurred. Wheat a boat load was taken at 92c. Coi n Active and sales of 9,100 bush, at Ww 451c Wo learn from the Herald tbat 507.734 bbls Flour; 3.501,077 bush, wheat, l,l,2.l'i7 bush Corn having been received at that place between Aug. 1, 18 Iti, and Aug. I.' 1847. Buffalo, Sept. 10. 1817 -2 I'. M. The produce market is timet. Sales of Hour at $ 1,75, anil holders of fresh ground are linn at that figure Wheat may he quoted at f K;-2,02. Corn is in demand, and mixed would readily bring 'itilii 51c. CiiiLi.icoTiiK, September 41. The price of Wheat ranes from 70 to 75 cents. Flour retails ut $ I'o-f 1,25; Corn 25 in ear, 28 cents, shelled: O ils 17c; Hurley Wiii'ir: Flaxseed tiic; Beuus 50'a(i2c; Lard. (i'au'J cents; llacon, Hog round, 6 ceo Is. (lazctte. M ARRIF.n On theOlh insl..bv the Itev. .lohu Lehman, Mr. ABRAHAM Ifl'.A.M and Miss SARAH BlJM(iAliL.F.lf, bolh of Fairlicld Co. OBITUARY. DIKD On the Bill of Seplenibor, 1317, nt Ibe residence of Mr. John S. Walters, whether slit" had gone on u temporary visit, Mrs. SAKAtt CARI'KNTFU, consort of Col. F.zru Carpenter, aged 43 years. The deceased was a daughter of fien. David Rees. Her disease was I'liluionury; mid although hor bodily sull'eriiig was long and severe, slio en dured all with christian fortitude, uud died in the faith nfthe gospel. She left behind to mourn her I. us, nil alVection ntc husband, eight children, nn aged mother, and many friends May they nil bo found with her in peace atiasl! Ln ii easier High School. r IHF. filth quarter of this school will com I mence on Monday the 20'ft of September, intl. Ample accommodations have been provid ed for liny number of students. Tho undersigned is especially desirous of obtaining scholiirs in the higher branches. Tbo prices lire now very ina teriullv reduced. .1. IT. fiOOD, rrinrifnl. Lancaster, September 17, t817. 3wlB ('I'ft'iificld Acadciiiv. A NOT MF. 11 Session of the rirecnfield Acade my will commence on Tuemluy the Ulh day of October. This w ill probably be the last ses sion of the school. My liieiiils are referred ton comuiiiuication in the (iazeite of tho 17lh inst.. for a statement of the causes which have obliged mo to abandon my enterprise. JOII.N VI 1.1.1 A .MS. fireeiiBeld Township, Sept. 17, 1817. 3wl!)" JX'olk'c. riJIK undersigned respectfully informs tho I public, that ho has been appointed NOTA RY I'LBLIC, and thai besides the usual business connected with thutoflicu. he is prepared to make out rowers nt Attorney. Lerlilicates, ivc, lit the l.nglisli, German ami freucli Languages, and to translate nil kinds of documents lruiil and into those languages. Ilo can be found every morning from 10 to 12 o'clock ut bis oflico in Dr. Kreider's Buildings. AUGUSTUS W1TTK. Lancaster, September 17, 1847. 3wl!J NEW ESTABLISHMENT. SMI T II & T o rv li , X V HO have served tho Fuii field public ns Tailors, continue their old business in the room recently occupied by Ai.nswoiith Wu. i.ock, on Main Street, and will servo their old friends and new ones in tin: old way, in the lino of their vocation. They have received a neat and woll selected assorted of CLOTHS, C AS SI ME RES, Vesting mill Triiiiiuiii;;, Which, in addition to their old business, they will make to order, nu tho shortest notice, and in tho most fashionable manner. Tliey also have on hand, nn assortment of READY MADE CLOTHING, maile in fashionable stylo, suitable to the season, uud in buying which lo pit re hater shall have the worth of hit money. Cull and tec how. Lancaster, September 17, 1847. 19 CABINET WARE-ROOM DANIEL RIFFLE, 11 AS on baud and for sale, utGuonnE Smith's I .l. Chair Snor. on the iiortbwcst corner of Wheeling and Columbus Streets, in David Fos- tkhs Uw, u general assortment of CADINET FURNITURE, SUCH AS Mahogany Rocking; Chairs, CENTRE, PEER, CARD, DRESSING. LIS1XC AND DRESSING and PLAIN BUREAUS; Wardrobes, IVashstaliils, Workslnmls, And all other articles in his line that may be culled for. All kinds of work mado to order, of the best materials nud sold cheaper tbail tho cheapest in this or nny other place. All sorts of l'roduco taken in excliango for Furniture. CASH pnid for CHERRY LUMBER. IV A nkw HKARSE, with a fine Horse ami Harness, calculated for the purpose, is in readi ness to attend funerals. COFFINS made to or der. No extra charge for Hearse. All charges very low. DANIEL RIFFLE. Lancaster, September 17, 1847, . 3ml9 Hlank Summons Forcale at the Gazette & Express OtBco VALUABLE MILL PROPERTY A.VU FARM IOK H L 12 . IIF. subscriber desirous of derotiug himself M. to hit proleniou. wiiuV-i to Jispo of the pi o!i ty on which ha now resides, comitting of u SA W-MILI. in irood repair.und a GRIST MILL wild two run of Stones (one now in operation) wiihOj ACKIi.SofGOOD I.AND.ulmul 40 clear ed und iiuiler gooil cultivation, iho rest well ton bered with Oak, l'iue. Hemlock. 4-c There is also on Itm pluce n handsome VOt'NG OUCllAKDofAITLKS. CLACIH.S and ( lli:K. UICS, all grafted fruit nl the best kinds, Graxs and Shrubbery in the Garden, anil a vfiy conve nient and roomy house-, also two other comforta ble bouse designated for a Miller, Ac. The alHive property is siluated on Clew-ciwk. a beuiitifal stream, mid one of the best for Mills in the Shite, affording plenty of waler to run tin Mills all tho year; and about Monies south of Lan caster, ill one of tho most healthy, beautiful uud roiiiuulic Mirtionsof Ohio. There are seven or eight never failing Springs of excellent water on tho place. Hero is also an excolleat chance ,r raising Slock, Ibe woods iiH'ordiusf plenty of pasture in summer, and the farm uud mill producing plenty of IimhI for winter. Further description is dei iueil unnecessary as purchasers are reqiieslcil lo call uud examine lor themselves. The property will be sold cheap uud on renwii able payments, if application be made soon, come or you may miss a bargain. 1'ossessiou g.ven immediately, uud an mupies tiouahle title. J. S. McAISOV. September 3, 1847. 3wl7 ILftX-SETJD OIL 300 Gallmn of clear Flux-Stwd Oil. just received und for sale by Ul-'ltY JJI.CK. Lancaster, July 0, 1P47. 'tf ValnaMc r.'U'iu lor Sale, BY virtue of a deed of Irust executed to me bv William Thompson of Fairfield countv, Ohio, dated August 10. A. I). 18 Pi I will oiler tor sale at public vendue, at the old Court Home in Coluiubus, FrankMu county, on Weilneilav. the '-'! day of this month, between the hours id 10 A. M. and 4 1'. M. (unless disposed of by pri vale sale prior lo ihatilay.) the following premis es situated ill Fail field enmity. Ohio, and hounded ami described as follows, to wit: A certain tract ur parcel of laud known ami distinguished by lieiug one hundred and nine acres more or less, from oil' tho north siilu of the south east quarter of section number nine, in township number lil'teeii, nud range number twenty, it being the whole remaining balance of I said quarter section, iillerdeilucllng from the same j lilty-two ucres and tilty-six poles ami is all I he laud conveyed to said Thompson by John McAr- Ihurand wife by, l,.o,l,lat.-d Nov.-mliertlie third, A. IJ. :i.'i , which deeil is recorded in tho Uecor- ; der's ollice of i.l Fairfield county, in l!ook It, page .,1(1 iind a ll. Also a certain other tract or parcel of laud situ ated in said Fairfield county, known and distin guished by being lilty-two acres from oil' the south east quarter of section iiuiuber nine, in lowusuip uuuioer .r.iee.i. ami range numueriwcu- ty, inula so one pole in vvul.h Iron, the north east corner ol the aloresaid lilty two acres north w,th the section luiu till it luletvcts the west end ol Columbus street in tho town of I'ickeriugtou, be iug the samu premises suit! uud conveyed to said Thompson by Jacob Pickering anil wile by deed, dated July 1"), A. U. I'.VM. which deed is record ed in I lie Recorder's office of said Fairfield coun ty, in Hook W. page 47!l. Also a certain olhcr tractor parcel of laud sil ti.it u in said Fairfield county, an, I known and dis guislied by being the balance of the west half of sectinu iiuiuber nine, in township number lilteeu, uud in range iiumbiu' twenty, alter dediuiing therefrom ouu hundred acres formorly owned by John Shinier, and eighty acres formerly ownd by Amos Pavis, suhl premises couiammg one mm died uud Iweuty-eighl acres more or less, nud the same sold and conveyed to said Thompson by Charles C. Hood uud wife by deed, dated .Inly 111, A. I). 101!), which deed is recorded in the Ite coider's ollice of said Fail Held county, in Book M piigou'lH. All of the said lauds lie near to the town of l'ickeringtoii. Terms of sale Cash. W. DKNNISON. Jr. Sept. 3 in 17. Suite Joiirual. pfl 3 Dissolution ol l'arliici'Mhip. fftJUTICE is hereby given, that the partnership 1 heretoliiro existing between the firm of ALSI'AlHil! & IH'.ATTV is this day dissolved by mutual consent of the parlies, uud the business will in future be conducted by M. ALSPAlKill alone. All persons having unsettled accounts due the linn will please call and close up the same wiih N. HKATY, whu is uiithoriseil to settle up the liim books. M. ALSI'AFtill, N. 11F.ATTY. liallimore, August 31, 111 17. Iml7 Coin in iss ion cr's Kale. FAlltl ll'.l.l) COMMON PLEAS, l'clidletou Riley & Co. 1 . IS CHANCERY. Levi Anderson el ah. ) T ) Y virtue! ol'au aliat writ ofsale ami reference 13 to me directed from the Court ot Common I'leas, for the County ol Fairfield and State ol Ohio, I will oiler nnd exposo to sale by public vendue, at the Dour of tho Court lloti-,, in the Town of Lancaster, on Monday t lie 47ilk tlay of September next, between llie hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and I o' clock 1'. M. of said day, the following described Real Estate, lo-wit: 1. Tho Wesllialfol In-T.nlNo 1(1, in SipiareNo. 8, ill the Town of Lancaster Appraised at iaQil). 2. Oul Lot (adjoining Lancaster) No. ,1, North west, containing 'J 37-1(11) Acres Appraised at $-Jlll). 3. Part ol'au Out-Lot bounded on the west by In-Lnt No. 114 in Carpenter's Addition to the Town of Lancaster being so nmcli of said Out Lot ns is included between tho Road from Luu caster to Athens und the Hocking Canal and lu Lot No. Ill it being the same Tract conveyed lo said Anderson by (ieorgo Ring and Wife, by deed recorded in Hook No. (i, p. -JII Appraised ut $ j. Terms of dale Cash m hand. P. B. EWlNfl, Master Commisitoner. August 18-17. 3wl3 pf $3,73 lu rairlii'lil Common Picas. PETITION TO SELL LA NHS. .lohu R. iMuinaugh, Administrator of David Rces, Jr., deceased. rj. Tlte Widow nud Heirs. PURS CANT lo an order oftho Court of Com mon I'leas to me directed, ns Administrator of said Estate, I will oiler at public sale, nt the doornf the Court House in the town of Lancaster, in said County of Fairfield, on Saturday the 35th day of September, 1817. between tbo hours of 10 o'clock At M. und 4 o' clock P.M. ol'snid day, tho following described Real Estate, to-wit: Parts of In-Lots Nos. 7 uud 8 and of In-Lnt No. (!. in tho 1st Square of the town of Lancaster, being the present residence of the Widow of llie said David Rees, Jr , us described in the order of sale to me directed. . Tho above property will be sold subject to the payment off 33. annually, to the Widow, in lien of her dower therein. The terms of sale will be one-third iu baud, one third in one year, utul one tbii il in two years, with interest from the day of sale. The House aud Lot appraised nt $1,452, uud will bo sold at not less than $1100. ' JOHN R. MI'MAEtiK, Adminittrnlor Of the Ktlateof David Ueet,Jr. deeertted. August 20, 1817 5wl.j pf $3,25 Estate of John Augustus. NOTICE is hereby giveu that the subscriber has been appointed and qualified as execu tor on tho estate of John Augustus Sen., late of Fuirlield County, deceased. DAVID AUGUSTUS Executor. Lancasler August 20, 1817. 4wl(i. Estate ol' Elizabeth Morton. NOTICE is hereby given that the subscriber has been nppoinled aud qualified as Admin istrator do bonis noli on tho estate of Elizabeth Morton, latent' Fairfield County, deceased. JOHN McARTHER, j4dmtufrr, Lancaster August 18, 1847. 4wlfi. Estate or Daniel Itoisel. NOTICE i hereby given, that the undersigned hat been appointed and duly qualifier), as Administrator it brnit non of the Estate of Dan iel Boisel, deceased, late of Fairfield County, Ohio. WILLIAM HAMILTON,. Adra i bonit non. . Clearcreek township, July 30,1847. 4wl6 iu:vr ri i i in . c (.a WINDOW - GLASS. AASSOKTKU, from tt hv 10 lo 21 hv ?5 for wle by . GLORGF, KAUFFMAN. Luncttter, August 20, ltftr. j- ri.il-Sced. I miv. h:ghi:st frick in cash win b giveu for FLAX-SF.F.D by lir.WKiir. Ml-rKUW Laucaslur, August 20, 1347. 15 .1 U ST U I C Vi 1 l M ANU you JMI.K, 80 KI1GS 1't. RK WHITE LF.AI). uud 5 Barrels l.l.VSLF.D OIL, bv GF.OKGF. KAU FMAN Lancaster. Aug. 13 1817. 14 I'.'iinily roc('rjcs. 2?; I! iir Green and Yellow lift) COKFLI'; J :) Hrs BLACK I'F.FTKU; VOt'NG I1VSON and IMFLHIAL TKAS. Ac For sale by GLoK'iK KAL'FF.MAN. Lancaster, August Vi, 18 17 14 10 II;ii-i-cI T:uiur' Oil. .J i'ST riftrivi-tl utJ fur mile trv (ii:OKf;i;KAL'KKM.. KiH.'iinlrr. AnMt Vi, H!47.' 1 1 t ii.ii r nn: OLD DRUG STORE, Nl) see fresh supply of DH.'GS mid Sllf. DICINLS I'AI.NTS nud DVK STIFFS. For sale low. GLolfGF. KAL'FF.MAN. Lancaster, August 13, 1 f! 17- 14 10 IS ii relo Water Lime. BFST QI'ALITY, for sale by GLOHGF. KAL'FF.MAN. Lancaster, August Fl, 18)7. :j C I IIC Ik M. ill kinds clie.iper than ever at 0F GATKS&CO.SI'LR'S. June 13, 1317. IStale of V.w ISoumaii. liim l;iiil If'ally fitHiiiitH(l ut id U'liililieil us ' Kxeciiliir ol' the lHliileol Kvn HowwArf. U r.t ' I u .,. ,. i , . . , . Heril I.ivimIii), haM helil(ouiily.Ohio.-lprriiI. ; All ppi'-mns conri'i'iifil will tiVivfiMe t,tk imluw l'itinM-iiti'nnn ili-livr ttn-m i itw Knrwaritins M-r-iuccimliulv. MfWS A. COLM.NS, Exetor. : r,;a"1 ff frum r'ff for -rkinr .r rria. Th mon I p ' AailO V II ll" V llayMVllll! I lll'll- ik" CoillUIIY. . ,; c.uimissiimer. under uu'thoritv of tin I i ..:Ji..,i, , ...,;,, iii.. ,i. ,...'. f ,i(,i.V of,!,,'. mesville uud M.ivs'vil!.. rnrupike Company, is ready to receive any com-. miiiiications, relative to mailers ileinuiuling in vestigalinn, which those interested may wish to make. It is expected that all statements wilt be properly vermeil hy the parties in the case. , , ..,, i,....;1,,ii.j . ,ilc ,i,i,,.SH r ,1,,, ,,,., ,, , ,,.,,,.,., f j. . M;,r,iu, , S(.cV- lhu Z ...esville & Mav-viile Turnpike ,...; 'i tii, ,ii C (nitmusioner. Lancaster, August 13, 1317. till A Fine B arm Tor Kale. ONK Hundred and Thirty-three Acres of Land near llavensport, in Fairfield County, well improved and in good condition, will be sold ut private sale, on terms to suit purchasers. About Forty Acres are covered w ith an excel lent growth of timber, and the balance is under cultivation. There are on it a good dwelling House and llarii, and suitable out-houses: a good Well of Water near the Kitchen aud another in j 'be Bani-Vard. Any one wishing to purchase a first rate farm will find this a rare chance. It lies adjoining the lauds of Judge Martin aud Joel Ra- lebaugli, Esq. For terms and other particulars apply to the ' owners neury w. uuiiaoun itaiiua oil me premi ses, or to the undersigned iu Lancaster. M. A. DAl iillERTY. Lancaster, August 13. 1847. 1 1 Fair He ll Common I'leas. David Jennings. Administrator. 1 of Charles Swart., dec. PETITION TO SELL Lydiu Swartz. Henry Swartz, Laviua Swarlz, J LANDS. Tlicsuid defendants, being minor children of said Charles Swarlz, dec. will lake notice that a ; petition was filed by said administrator ut the Mav lenn, 13 17, of tho Court of Common Plea fori Fairfield couutv. Slate of Ohio, praving fur an or-1 derolsaleofLotNo 23, in lloshor's Addition to llie J own nt .lettersou m said coanly for the pur- Hise ot paving the debts ot said decedent, and that at the Seplember Term, 1817, of said Court saiil urder will he entred up accord umlv JOEL b'ADI'.HAt iill: Clerk Kt', P. St xnKiiur ifc Vax Tkujii', AU'it. August -Jli, 1817. pffl 50 fiwlii. TIIK Harried WomaiiN Private iTBeilieal Companion. BY Ult. A. M. MAUUICEAU. rUOFf-S()R OF IHhKASLS OF WUMUN. Third Edition, inot pp. ;.")0. Price J 1. S.-i.OUl) Cujiit-a noli! iu three MoiuhsM! fM II IK re,u (it'inaml lor litis must ini prtrtn nt work, M. (uf w hirl) tiiniiCrinrls me sn!d)ims com jw lied the istue uf anniher eiiiiiuit. It IS lliirniln! esuectallv lor the married, il disc!osr important spcitis; which should be known 10 limit paritt tilarly. Here r J fVerf ft'llMle Can discover the Calces, V'ltomS , , ..a" . i . . a. nl llie most till, irnt rei'-rdief mill most certain hiihIk of cure, in every complaint to tvliicli Iter sex J 1 is mhjr.it. .Milieu iciimirs nm lit re Irani ine mi wnereuy i . ; i r .1 -nt. i - . . .i . ...i i iliey otilil rrtaiit llirir youili, vie r, beauty, flas lintv ofhuily, anif buoyancy of Minim loan advaii- ceil ace, inslmil ofbeh p(I1icipi ns hmiilirHi ami 1 ff '",-":" ,,1,K TtiTlie rekiu Tl Company ceil Hn, insieau ol Dein,, p. nuclei., as nmiiiient anil -. ,.. ., , ,ei inu, tmionn lea at M lliaiMnds aie, into i bote hatxU tins booK has not renin uer ikuoi ronsumer ol tea. who have been ny . . j in'tiiix aliilliiiL'!tier (Hiitiul for thi ariirli- are reiiietil to yelirtllen. . , , roniKire it ivilli tlie ahove, amt )urt'je l'r ItieinwIvi'M H liirti li is an important qucMion lo llie martini why it If 7" l"'' " ,K"" '. ft?'.ui."'"'Z 1 1 3 nr ffomul than ou have Iweti celtmr nl iii.v ahilllneii. yoii is that we bi holil so many married females sickly, ! will he oMiuiil lo u lor iliis notire. 7Vy Die yniniir Hy. . . . , , . non. sold at llll sreat tut Eslahlislniient al T5 renls. Il i (lebilnated, anil proMiateiJ 3 as alto the caue ; ,.,.,. ,,, ythia oi iIhi kind have ever linsht atnl whf Iher Ihey arc suscepiililc of remedy. Tiicy elsewhere nt one dollnr.-C.ia.rrriii( Mrerii.-er. 1 3 ' any of our readers rienlre tu have jimiiI l.-a, lliev ran will here find thoe imporlani niailer", connected nhtnie it ol" i lie fekiu 7'ca Coiiiiwiiv,;.! a; 77 Fulton sirett iih iliHOierics in inedinil ami physiological sci j 7V frtnit .- very rlicerfnlly rail nice, which meet this oucsiion. ' i llie iiitention ol all lover of pure ami frnnnit t, lih 1 in ion n ,im! counlry, I., the irent lea Waislioiw u( this I Ilia woili is declined lo be ill (he hands nf every . tinpatiy. "ur lone ouiiaintanre with the rioprteturs r-, . ,i ... i i i i etiahle aiW to hcrieak lor itiein the entire ronliili-iiii- of itm wife ami mother ho has a regard lot her on u "V(. t , ,,.,, teas , n, ,,niiiy and p,l,e health and welfare, as well as lliatol her husband, are nil tlini in stated of them. Manv n lover of i lie fiarnm 1 herh has liecn roiniwlled to c-lii:w the driiikiiis of tea iti 1 lie tcvelaiions contained lit lis pages have alrca onnrnre',,fii injurious erTeris. until at lensih lie has dy proved a Hc.Miig to thousands. i fl"" friiKltn .anions any ofihe iiniwied va- 3 1 b rielie of Ira tn our tna-ket,a kind wlie-h had not such an To those yet unmarried, but contemplating mar erlert. In lids, however, surli persons will he agreeably ... . . : dhtaniKiiiited. 7'he Tekin 7V'ii Company have eomitienceil riage, or, jieihaps, hesitaiuig as lo the propriety of llhp j,i,,)rlatiori ofrholre varieties olCanlcn tens, of most iiiciirriiut the responsibilities aitendant noon it. llie w importance of being possessed of llie revelations . , . . , . i i coiiMiiifdm these pagns, so mlinialely involving iheit fniuio happiness, cannot he appreciated. , It is of coiuse impossible to convey more fully, in a public journal, the vaiioussiiljects treated of, ns ! ihey are of a nature stuctly inleinleil for the mairied or those coiuemplatinj niairiaie: neither is it tieces saiy, since it is every one's duly in become possess ed of knowledge, uhrrchy the stilfeiings to which a I f,', a inoilu-r, or a sisier maybe subject, can be nhvialeif Copies will be sent by Mall free of Postage Ovc. ten Ihousaml copies have been sen, by mail within lliree innnllis. wilh nerfer.t smuViv and certain , . , , ., , . ly. Ill 110 instance has a remittance failed to reach llie puhlisher, or the book those to whom il has beeii directed. On the receipt of One Dollar, the "Jf-rrtW Ho man's Prirale Jtcdical Companion" will he sent free of posiage (o any part of the I'nitert Slates, All leliets must be addressed (jwsl paid) to Pi. A. M. Mauriceau, Box 1224. New Yoik Ciiy. Publish ing Office 12! Liberty Sireer, New Yoik. N. B. The trade supplied on the usual terms. For sale hy all Ihe principle Book sells rl In th' United States. Agent in t.anraster, W . S. BEATy, Book!le August 27,-184. , 6ml6 Cheat ami row l?ich. ZT$HI3 li"lttlthcrrtri,M-lulof ton B,nr tlf trilr.i,,. ii, M , ii, mm, aild nWy ttalt DmelKfl llw inoal ilmim-fut nnixnuiuiiun lliH oiuilty Mr rliaiil wliliout ap rrar at ,l-i, i, But a n.w ert in tlw rr Trail has ron, ai4 th FF.K1N TK4 Oik. paw rlniiiis In liom.r of ilsi'itnxliirlioii. T" watnllwlim lo M"! limule WuxLf "frt Tmt ft .. mrklt." A torn imhiht wi annnii.tia Mrnica Mwv hv liiM.-ntMd pirtr ro olutMin ha. h llir ;UMrqiH.'iic. Li roogumrri a i ro "vrr? ivlM-re hmk at tvlial we liata ,. I We rr I 111- Itm lo ikI lliem IVm that Haul 10 V I'M, flKKf tUf tlHMft hrfOfi". in. w anv ilrivrn out of It tnatRft a va1 ainomil ,i "i.an,l inirlara a brih-r ras "f Ten llisn has yl vir hem, aol.l- ..r a-.. L . i . ....i".. "kif w ic, wiaru miiik null iw H t "r llM-ir own and for llwir inru.t. fiM uuliio.ri ll-i mil Mult ihihIii.1 h4. M Yir 1,,-ir. mtnri-4 pririmnr than Sipi-i rrM .Inlli n HIv k anil llnvu IVa.. 'rw l,r . w, o- i.iii.ii,! IUi,im rnll m. h.,.u,e.. l,t c lwv .l.-iM. alrpa.l, . i ntm w,,, r mAt 1(ll(i w. We Will selllVa, I,. n .,.,. ,., ,.,., ' II II- U)I At th-, eiM ,nrrslt,nl n iMia-'alr f rnrrrs Miy tu (in- iMirftf irr ur ivn tiu-u i.nir t.u n. i i. . ! -l I 'f wkulrmilc n-irii a low onl l.i ir i 14 jIUtftttMfillif Ittiir riw. 'I'hH uadinn. Wr wiiliil- luir, ir Mumt inptiitKc. I, niul lit Hot t.irr nn ihr .ium. J :W Wn itrtty unArVake to -ll rvcry fciiMi of T.-a , If "in tix to titttrt cut ptr pu4 ctt.tprr tliftn the w1nl I mi1 f Mirm (in. , f ttnw i'jin wr -In rh k Ihrriiu'ilrt- irirrrhniit? j TliHipiHir aiMttff, U'c mm- nmirxt uiiu fvrn (mt j '"nt. profli iimfruti uf Vt anil tr ctjiit if la U.iKnr W e itrrv tlt lhauk of lit rnimtty mtri h int for ;i i tki'X Hftii -tfiirr (fttm l-'-tf rttcnlcl s tNc:ti roiut in. iih n :irclHHiH?fiftl.c PKKIN Tr, .k:- yml ,...,,, ninl uiIm'V Iuiv 1'U'I i aiiil-i n; 'm f v kiiI flifu-lit'rc; l-ii. ilwn. at lh ,.rs- it v, ii-,, limli. An Kuriish Iminwier l.nrly isiasn-il in ns Hint Iw reiil.l I ma'i a. on- ii,,ni..v i.y "ending hut 'IV;is i,Hi .V Vnrk j I innrkH limn on rKsi 'IVns. V an riivi'l 11 iivprtlimiv J j Mim frainl. and now rna ii)ioil asems In pvtrx lon of lite ' ' 'mini s , , r., r..,',r,l : Ih.v ii T.-ns im.n.,1 I t'v Hk- l'i:KI flu en , ami pi.-ibn oiirwli ,. iimi jf 1 lli 1,1 ttiottl!i ltiet ilo inri -ll uikii. 'IVa than It oM.4l i 7 . anil liiiw,-t a, :,u.r. in tlii wmt, Hlll.i,u,,i,.n,'rn i.li . l.sr,-. Tns. ,. ,.:u, K.l,sh n,l r..H (.iiiii." I ""i .ai u.r l,.n,,,v to in InimunM- y.. ...,. .,r.., ju,,, , llu. , nnii i;,i.s j VT Aftls whiiImI in isrr Ion n In llie I n, AIMn j ;a,n.r:r.tn.n:;:.;:;t i fliir. CAT A LOG I.' I". OF TKAS Ot S A f.K AT THE WAIll'lllll K OF THE PEK1N TEA COMPANY, ?.5 aud 77 FHon $f.t A'. J'. The Tm infill iiifiPtl in llii t"nf,i!ityii' ut ilonc tin in I'ii3flrr ifiiiml. lialf Kiin., nijfl one (MHintl (ni-kna- Hit i lirnl. ttr iiiKtilt; m r;i.r ip l;iH, llii trnH vrMir i n-r i rimf ii;kt. ntnl Hm ilnrtl or onUn!i wraicr w d rMiw-i , rici ijijd'f. 'I'll f 'ijinKiiiy '! himic liiltffMnl ilmic ii in llni fniikfftiir ih.'iiiitfr. .-ill iifllifin crown in itw: inwl I UanruMiM iWtri' t in I hum I'l-imtrv Hra'irii mui wWt tin ninali a quiiiiliTv ( fm h n. Hm v like, nnl linv- I '!.. ti oii-M-h-l. Tlw in Trut mmv in livr f iHMifitl l 'lilui-i Kin k;n-tv raMciJ iiMll(Mtit. n vrv muvh. fmi'-iUil ntnl nal.p slias-f. . A1 r"HI r,-""'"t tnv (.:,n r,( IV ! it ?iai- r,r 1 aitaia.rn finli-rnnv f Ut 'Va in tl 1 iiiali'iif, 1-v 11- t.r.n.m,i.hiii.. ..rt tli'ir u ih-m in 1 gki:i:. ti:s. V'OCXG IIVSON, "ood i0 33 Uo ilo sweet atrj'i no .,0 lo ilu do du finer... lid C.'J Ilo do ti,ieratLro Ofl 71 Do do extra line 87j Oo ilu Silver I.eal' , On Sirr I.eaf Seldom s,jM even bv large dealers. . iieca'i-e o! t tie very small prolits indite on us ! sale. Tli i- is a very siiperi.ir Tea Do do (iiiltlen ( hup I'lant-i- j tinu or fianlfii grnwili 1 fiO , Ovhlrr i'hoji Tliw I llii1 tim-t firiH-u n-a rtitnva'f-i) in j t'tiitn, ll is ul ltii Iks pii Un". nud eM i-'s all ultiiT tlrii-n li-as f. r its il-'li'-a' V af llavnr. slrei.irtti ami a'otull. HiTH'ifon- llii ira lias uv-r rc-li.t tins ruuniry, ex i rii! in siuall lols, prriKiiti to ln,Mirters, . IIYSllN, very fine 00 75 ' Do I'loitalion growth 1 Ull Ifil'M'OW HER. good'. 00 75 Do superior 1 00 Do small li-af. pi intatloii growth. I 2 IMPERIAL, good Oil 75 Do brisk and fragrant I 00 Do curious leaf, very superiur.... I 25 HYSON SKIN, good fiue' flavor (10 33 Do do extra line 00 li.'j BLACK TT.Ao. POt'CIIONf;, good, lull flavor 00 33 Do litie.r 00 .10 Do very superior 00 75 SOt'CHONC, good 00 38 Do extra tine 0(1 50 tHIl.O.M.. striius, flavor line (10 50 Oolonr This Tea is a great favorite aud gives universal satisfaction. IK) very tine 00 G3 Do in one poiiinl and half pound rattvs. extr i fine 00 75 NE PLUS ULTRA 1 50 ! Xe Plus Ultra -thi Tes is ai fracraiil as a no.ie;ay. Tl vii-lilsa nertiniie ihai i trulv ite'iiflitt'il. Ii it of iranlm siuwiii, um: eiiiKTiuf iv an, miiig ui hid miiu ever suia in litis country. ENGLISH BREAKFAST TEA. fine... 00 30 Do do do extra line 00 li'JJ HOWm'A'S MIXTURE, a strong and rich black Tea Pekoe flavor 00 75 00 374 110 oil 00 871 1 50 CONGO, good Do very tine PF.KOE FLOWERS, good )u do garden growth.. Beside the above we expect daily from China several spleiulid chops of Ten, '"M" ted by the 1 I. KIN 1 1. A l.-. nud which we in- tend to copyright to prevent tin kery. agents get .leady. KccoinnicnilHlloii flt-rCfititrf it Imeti very HiiJ enU imiml tm;ini' !c to iilwav ontwin ?n't-n :nu( UUu k ltn. Put now yon luve only to vwn tlM ari!-rtiom f tin: 1'i-kiu 'a Cum Diii, fiail " Knlliui itret't, tu o'rtam ns'ilt-lii tit,s ami iVnarniii li-as a vim nml.t yli liir. Jjuilv .Suh. We luivp irtt'i) Iht; 'iVnc inip-trt-!, !y I he I'.kin Ten t'nm nny.Tj anil 7? FhIi- ii t. Svn York, mitt il . live ill try ilium rti"''ii. 'I'liey nrc wiling f)ie iiint iji-ln iiu uhs vc ovtfT drank, ami retail tliciii ut wholeKuIf price. F.cc Kt 'e J'oyi. The (ittft jifHVMncn? ufjreen ami ltlirk ttn rvrr suM il U mil nl ry. nr hnpnrtnl hy tin- IVktu Tea i'oiiipanr.".j if 77 I'ltlum nret. Ttse lm warn zi ip;w nl n-uoti-utile rutn. can alwnyti 2i them tltere. 7. A VN oro ro Tt )KlMtm! The I't.km Tea Ouuiiit. 7rt47f Fullon il liavi; iinnort-l Inln thin market mnup ) five linliflrt-il Ihntuniitl ilollarx wnrlh of ihe fm t raile ot' ) (reetiaiiil Black 'lVa-.iirtm'n in llie ('etesnal llmjure, done j tin in till Hie various lauey tiirkaL''n Dial t 'hinese .njcmntv venf. It t a tnviiei: to nny lens at tins ireal -j hey sell cl t'" only, and remit them m w hUilr pri.' vs- t'oiinirv n.errl.anls wlion islt toa'ivawllirooil trai ran alraw oMnm thftn At tnt (Ware, on riwonalili' lermi. ! .Ww Ynrk Conner Ud V.nymrrr. -klliatit nn. t a hiTiirt-ntnl nimhiM In Hrink llni ! 7'he IVkiu 7'ii t'ouipaiiy, ' .V 7 , F niton ftreel. art? jrfr- ,. .i a,k ..in ... (... i-. '""il'l doubt drive nil llie ,ir lenmvlnrli imv dilnced tin-roiiiitrv, ami ilflraink-,1 roii-tniier-of llw arllrle.iiiil ,,.ftl,e market ilie Import none Urn ,,.,re and tVn..ro,i Ira", .ii,l reluil lliem hv tlie flni-le r"iml nt whulenale ir. Kaiiiili-n ate alnavn wire of oli-.ii,ie cnl tew at itii ureal wurclniinc, in itunntitie? to milt ilietr runvun- i H'lice, anil ai the samr prrr Hint II, e tnerrtiuiit luiyswiiu to mill main. Ii!i Tmt s I dellrioiis flavor, rullivaied and ph keii wild ureal care. wlnrli have hcrcroiorp never imm-ii iniroiiucca into mis rnnntry, except ns presents ro Importers. Among these ' thev havean Oolong, mild as wphrv. and Iracrnnl ns a rose wmrh VlP8H.rliv'reeomiiieiid to all nervous persons. Us 'fen upon many of ihosc whu have tried ii. lias ken tn make iheiii.eonliatied lea drinkers. Ladies who have used , ii ,nv ihey never la fore drank sin h tea. lint all tssh s ran here he sillied, w llii llie creat n'lvnnfase over oineis m rlllm a pure article ot wholesale prire, how ever siuall llie nuanlllv. yiic l.oinpanv s vt areliouse ii in .j ht ton street. (IcMr.n hall. ., Tlx The Pekiil ''en Compnny, So. .V rnltniist. ilnolieslioiinhlvsi ll llie lsl leas imported lulo tins mar lul. 71ml Ihev sell lliem rlir.ipcr llian nny oilier rstatv llshnieiil. Is a tm't proven in a thousand itisiatirns since .. ....a ii.nl. imrs ff'e ivnitltl mlvisn our : riit xo rallai this plare. and if they rloirt wish to hoy. i at least tonhlnm ll nine pampniei, aepi nn mew runnier, enlilli'd llinls lo Tea Drinkers," ami therefrom learn n j ue useful information on I lie suhject. Tlio pamphlet is t"'', vr are been pay in., one dollar ner notlnd for it. Hill thanks tothe Pekiil Its Compaov, we now eet n hetlrr tea from ihem nt 75 ,,.,. p0n. if eilrluk one pound per wcek.hy w liirh we are now savin; thirteen dollars per year, and eo joyin; hetter ten iri llie bnrcniu ijniuintiid .w lo llie 1'ckiiiTKA Comiiutiv say we. Miirpr. frJ-Rdilorsaml niNlsliers of newspapers In the t'nited Stales, rauadns, est Indies, Jr. w ho will sive the shove 13 mtrrtitns in their renporlive Journals, inrhldinc Ihis no lire, will he paid lor the same in any TKsit.'y may rhoosc lo select from Ihe ahove ('aialojue, at tho prires there n.msrl. ami liv their pitrrhasioc of Ihe Conipanv iwlrr the amount nf their bill.whiili they are at liberry todisposeof as Ihey please. Papers who adverstse, mnst direr! rnpres aiarssrf tn the Ptkin Tet Ccmm Qailttt, 75 77 Fulton street, Nnr Vork. July 23,-11. $0 BL.ANK D F.EDS AND MORTGAGES PRINTED oo fine paper, for tale l tlis Gazette anil r.xpreis office On ast Silt's illail. STILL LATCH!' Mora Important Prilenl.ra-Hy Anitts. lean Loaa llo.lllliy of M,llea, l,.fr 8' Wonntfi.r.,ptoU r I'cace, Wturo indebted to our friend of the Zsueavill Courier, for the following telegraphic despatch bom the Army. The news receivej is strangely contradictory, and ull we know certain is. that Scott has marched to tho city, tlnit severe but. , He has been fought, that llie losg on both sides , has been heavy, und that luu tllllie Lave been kUi- peuiled. W e do not believe tbut Sunta Aima in ' backed by the llritish Minister. rilll.ADKI.PtllA. Sept. !. 10 o'clock A. M. Hv sr-cial express to the Philadelphia I'ublic t h... r - . u ... . ' . ,.:. u, ....... iscim s battles is not '"")' conlirmeil, but wo leuru that the American loss, in killed and wounded in the two buttle i 1 put IIS bi"h as 14IMI. i, .,,,, I .l . n I In " tt " " I."""''1 ' ,:" faiedes and Bastameuto "el marching on Mexico, dealing death Had uV Stl'Uctioll to llle A met icon l,,i r... X II ll, k.r..i..P . I .1 . n . . D ' , " ' I , . c " "S '"' " '' ' " " ."""" i.r. f.un v.i9 niMiuiivu ill llie HCIIOll oy K "rape-shot " vts dir.i,ri:,...d r. j.uueii lis un it ), line 01 nauiu rtiioas 010 ll'h-K j to gain time lie is backed by the Uriliah Miu- Ister. V.ileuciu is said to buve btrn di tmk nt the time of the battle. His urniy is completely cliyei e.l.anil the prospect ol po ice are now brighliiing .luIlN I). MVUTIN, it. I'. KFFl.NGF.lt, uaim i. sc i i i i.-i;i:, Altorneys and Counsellors ai Lav. OFFICK In Foster's Brick Building. L iucasier. Ohio. June 11,1847. 5 A tt.u'hmeitt Aotiec. "VOTHT. is herein- "ion tlmf I,.io. t I l'ralt.on ibe 2lsl ilav-.f Auu'iist, A. D. 1317, i -ueil oul ol tbo Clerk's utlice of the Court of I Common I'leas of Fairliekl County. Ohi,,, iigiiinst the goods, chattels, rigbt9.creilits, inoney. etlects. lan.ls ami leuemenls ol .lulm Jackson, lor the sum ol Five fliiiuheil Dollars ilamages which writ has been sej ved ami-relurueil. Attest Jul-; L i!AI)i;itAt:(;iI, Clerk. M.irti.m Errii(;t:ii, Attorneys. Seplember 3, lit 17. prfee 1 ,7.t Cvvl7 Sher ill's Sale. IY viilueofa Fi. et Lev. Fa. to tns directed 3'roiii the Court orCoinmun I'leas lor Fairfield Ci unity Ohio, I will oiler aud expose to s1 by public vendue uud outcry, at the door of the Court Hou-e. on Moiid.iy tho 27th day of Seplember next, between the hours ol 10 o'clock A. M. and 1 o'clock P. M. of saiil ilay, the fullowiugdescrib ed Land ami Tenements. tu-wii: lu-I.ot No 4. iti the 15th Square of the Town of Lancasler, Fair lield County, (Jiiio, together with all the improve ments thereon belonging. Taken in execution l the property of William Cox. at 'he suit ol Samuel Heerv, for the me of the Trustees of the Lan caster Ohio Rank. Terms of sale cash ill hand. EL1AS FERRY. Sheriff F. C August 27, 1317. ;5wlGprlee$2,25 w. ii7TsATiii. Attorney at Law mill Solicitor in I'lianrfry. OFFICE IN FOSTERS DRICK CUILDINO. iu the Room recently occupied by Charles I'.oij.nnl, !.. Entrance, one door west of KaulV uiaii's Drugstore, Main Street, Lancaster, Ohio. May 14. 1847 Iff State of Dru'o, .iF.Tf rffrlH CCounti. COURT OF COMMON FLEAS. John C. Allispuch, ) IN CHANCERY. (ieorse Mvers and olbers, "jV"T'CE is hereby given to the Defendant Jj (ieorge Myers, u uou-resideiit of this Smte, tiiat Complainant has filed in this Court his Bill in Chancery against him. uud John A Collins and John C. Fall, ulle''iug, that said Deleudauts are I indebted to him 011 account of a Lot of Bolting ; Cloths placed iu their bauds to be sold on com ! mission uud praying that an account may be i taken und Defendants decreed to pay biiu the amount due. Anil that unless he appears and , ,,t-.,,i . ..,,.'-" .1., i ..: 1 h;ii ...iii,;.. 1:0 Idavs ufter'tbe uext Term of stiid Court! said Bill ...:'ii i, ..,!-- , , i,.,,,! i,..,;, ,i ,,a ,- . Ihereol decreed acconlmily. III lair licit! 1 oiuiiioti TIcum. nrnriuN for pautitiox, Jjiui'i M. Hulicr. vs. fienrso AnmM atnl Mary A. lii wife. I. ilo M;try A. HuUer, Mrnaro IIuIilt. Jane A, IIu!er( Mil lison y. Mnlmr. ksarali C. IJulter. Harriet C. Iliili rami Kulu HiiIkt tniiiot children ofriiil ii Iu1j.m. (U coasetl, the li?ir-at-Iaw and Hutli llnlnjr, W iil'iw ul l'liilip Ittilicr, tlcccaspfl T 11IK PeUniimiitd are lioreuv iiutili'.! that tho Petitioner lia this d.iv tiled hi Petition for Purtitiou in the Clerk's ( Xlicc of tlie Court nfore- nuiil. iliereiu ilciiriniliiii,' that purtitiou be in lilo suliject to iisjiij,'nmeiit ol Hower to llie Widow, be ttt een tlte Petitioner ntnl tlie Di'lciulilnts (except as lo the ciiil Horace who is clmrgeri to liuve been iidvancej iu full by tlio intctateiu liislife time) of llin t'lilliiwtii" nurcclrt fit T.nnil. to.wif: n Hurt nf sn..r... M.. '-. Tnu-n.l.n, 1:1 Bm. on i eontuininn i;,0 jO-100 Acres. Uikin" therefrom 1 , , . rj. . ! V"1 ol about 4 50-11)0 Ac re, conveyed by tlio lutcsiaie lo joint jiuuer. aivi, me ooiuuweot Huarterot Section .o. 21, ill lowuslup no. 1, South of Ranse No. Ii, iu tlie district of I.nutla subject to snle ut llucvriis, contniuiii 100 Acres. Also, the Sotilliwe-t iiuarter of Section No. 21, Township No. 1, (Sunlit) iu Kunge No. 12, cou taiuing IliO Acres more oi lets, anil the Southwest Uuai ter of Section No. 13, in Township No. 1, (South) of Kantfe No. 10. coulaiuing 100 Acres of l.aiul more or les. Tlie Defuiuliints will therefore take notice, that such orilers will be Iiati ut aniil Court at its next Term, to be hnlden on tint 27tb September next, as are prayed lor in the said Petition. tlL.Mhlt it tiAttAtilJ 1 I, Attorney for Vemandant. August 10, 18 17. UwU pt f "t.-Ji Fever aiiil Agtie, anil all Fevers Cured hy Uramlrr ill's 1MIU. All favein ure occasioned by tlie disordered inn. lion of the blood, produced by the humural sei'osi iv by hmileiiinjj the vulvea of the vessels. The) blood circulates with greatly increased speed, and is still increased by the friction of the globule, or particles which compose the nuts ol fluids. Then it U thut the excessive heat mid chills i exp- rieuccd throughout llie whole system, and accom panied with great thirst, puin iu llie head, back, kidiieys. and in fact a complete prostration of ull the faculties of the mind as well as body. On the first attack offerer, or any diseuso, im mediately take a birjie dose of Brandrelk't Veef table I'niverta! Pills, nnd continue to keep up a powcrliil ctlect upoii the boweles until the lever or pain has entirely ceased. Six or eight will in most cases be sullicient a a lirsi nose, ana one dose ol this kind it is not improbable, may prevent months nf sickness, perhaps death. Dr. Benjamin Brandrelh't Vegetable Univer sal Pills, ure indeed a universally approved medi cine, which by its peciilinr action, clcansea th blood of nil impurities, remove every I'm and M'eainett. and finally Rettoret the Constitution lo perfect Health nnd Vipor. TlieBRANDRl'.TlI'S IMLI.S are sold Tor 25 ctsper box, lit Or. B. Bmndreth 'sIYiucipal Ollice, 241 Bromhvay New Vork. ' " .... 3 . a -.hi Ti.- rnii.....:.. OliettMeol t oiiniericits;.; i ie the only aiulimijed A.enis lor thesaleof llie reniiiue Brandrtii I'ilU in e airfield comity Rl iMuxn Son & Buk, f.anrailer,JotfV, I lem em. lioialloh, Pel'i Weisrr, Green Caslle, Israel (iirgii,L'ithopoit,. B. Kvaos, tViueKet'er Peler Shaver, i)tikln'l,.. II. Srimleiiiiai Amanda, li. Beery, Sugar Grie,ihnait fi Reeiy, Bremen, Cha's t. Vilson tt Co., Rutlmllr, Jesse I jwvhuer. hcslJlmhvilte, K. BrrrU, Carroll. N. J. Bowe, fiilcninglotl. Cox t I?ail, Botmorf, Philip lain, riCttsantrillr, I. B. Si C. Padilea, 5oem, jorob Keiuer. MUlertjiorl. Laticastei September 3 1847. ln17