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THE PENNSYLVANIA
Central Railroad
260 MILES DOUBLE TRACK.
1860. 1860.
The Capdiitf of tlii Road uf no equal to aoy
PASSENGERS TRAINS
lETWKBNrrTTAUDKUa AND PHILADELPHIA,
Cbnllii.ilmeiJirtkOuio fiepos, at Pittsburgh,
with Thtowh 1 mini (rum all tiuru Cities for-Phlle
' dflp., Mew York, Uostun, Baltimore and Washington
City; thus furntehing-rAHHiiea for tli transportation ol
Passengers upuipassed,,li speed and comfort, by any
other roots
Express and Fast tine run ureugn.te, riiiiaaeipiiia
wtlnoul onauge ol tare at uoauuciurs. - - -
Smoking Crs are alined to each train; Woodiua'e
Bleeuiu. Can to KxuffW and Fait Truiui. The El
j. press turns Itailfs Mail ami Fast Line dnadays
"' excepted Three Daily Train cuunect direct fur Now
Vurk. Express and Pant Line connect (or Baltimore
and Washington. ,
Six Vail; Trains between Philadelphia and Haw Vork;
i,,:fwo Pally Trains between New fork ami Boeioa.-
Through Ticket (all Bail) are good on either or tbaabov.
Trains, anil transfers through New York free.
BOAT I'lOKsti'sto Boston are food yla Norwich,
,Fell Rirtr or fetonlngtoo Lines." luggage transferred
free, ; j
TICKETS may be obtained at any of the Important
kail road Offices In the West; alto, on board any of the
regular Lias of fl teamen on the, Mississippi vi Ohio
Rivers. . , ;. :. " " '-,,1 '- :
Fare&lwareeu low ond Oust) stsqnlrk
ni ir auyoibcr lloutc.
V, ASK FOR TICKETS BY PITTSBURGH
' The completion ofi Western oonnwrtlone o the
' PenoeylTmiita Railroad, make this the
OISECT tn BETWEW THX'E&ST AND THE
. . v. .i v." OBBAT WEST.
' The connecting of weeks by the Railroad Bridge at
Pitialmrgli, avowing all draysge or ferriage of freight,
together with the saving of time, are advantages readily
appreciated by Shippers of Freight, and the Travelling
- VuMtor
for Freight Canttnets or Shipping Directions apply to
or addrea either of the following Agent! of the Company:
D. A. STEWART, Pittsburgh; - ,
H. B. Pierce Jr. Oe., Zanesvllle, 0.; J. J- Johnston, Rip
ley, 0., A. McNeely, Mayavllle, Ky,;OnuabyCrop
per,' Portsmouth, 0.; Paddock At Co., JetferaonTille,
Lid.: U. W. Bmwu At Co., Cincinnati, 0-t Athern At
Hibbert, Cincinnati, 0.; B. C. lleldrum, Madison, Ind.;
Jos. K. Moore, Lonfoville, Ky.; P. 0. 0'Riley at Co.,
Ev-STille,Ind.; N. W. Graham Co., Cairo, 111.; B.
F. But, Shaler Ac Glass, Bt Louis, Mo.; John II. Karri,
Nashville, Toon.; Harrii e Hunt, Memphis, Tenn.;
Clarke fc Co., Chicago, III.; W. . II. KoontJ, Alton.
Ill for to freight AgeuUof Bailoada at diiTerentpoinla
lntlie West. - ' "
The tJroatesf facilities otlsMcd for
the fretecUou and Spcrrty 'I' rank"
pcrtatiuu VlXl. 8I OCK
And flood AixomDOdationi, with usual privilege! for
penont travelling In charge thereof.
' THEaUHTJf.
t By thla Boute I reighUof all descriptions can be tot
arded to and from Philadelphia, New Vork, Boaton, or
baltimore. to andfromaoy point on the Bail Uoadsof
Ohio, Kectucky, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa, or
mmaTi,iy Bail Jload direct. .
The Pennsylvania Kali Boad also connects at Pittsburgh
with Steamers, by which Uoods can be forwarded to any
port on the Ohio, Uuskingum, Kentucky, Tennessee,
Cumberland, Illinois, llUsissippl, Wisconsin, HiasoaiA
Kansee, Aikanau and Bed Hi vers, and at GlevalM,
huMlaak? and Cmcagn wild 8intu u al Pvit -Korlh-Vfcstern
Lake. -
Mereh inn and Slnppere antrnntiDg ui iranipviWUi.
if their freight to U0 Oomiaoy, can scljr nllh oonnjieooe
on Its sreedy transit.
I'll 11 RATKS Of FIiKIHIlT tn and lroj any point la
the Went by Uie Pennsylvania Ball Boad, art at all lima
in Jaroralit at an Murcii by other K. Jl. Con
panit -
R T t' partlcoUr to mark package! 'ia Ptsma.
al. J. SNKKIiKK, Philadelphia.
At AOBAW At K00N3, 80 North Blretl Baltimore.
I tKCU at (JO , No. 2 Alitor House, or No. 1 Koulb
'.Viu. Street, New Vork.
A.B.JCti at CO., No. 77 State Street Boston.
II. II. HOUSTON, Ocri'l frei.jhi At. Pliiladelpbla.
L. L. BOUPT, Um'l Ticket Ag Philadelphia.
THOS A. SCOTT, 6'i 5i, Altoin,Pa. .
Jao I 0(1 illy.
CENTRAL OHIO R.
BETWEEN
COLUMBUS AND WHEELING.
This ia tlie Ouly Route oB'eriug a
Tlirsiig-a Ticket oV Baggage Clioek to
WASHINGTON CITY;
And A only Sold giving to tho fatttngtr th
privOem oftltiting On CitUs of ,
Baltimore, PhiladelpUlaAt flew work
At the cost of a Ticket tow J'crt only by other tines.
TWO THAIN8 LBATtt OOLOMtiTJg DAILY,
SoNDATi ExcgrrrD.
EXPnlSS AT I'M) , m., stopping atall 'SUtloni
npun signal being given, arriving at Bellaire at C:50 a.
ui., ocmuBtliug unmeaiaieiy wnn uauis ou
Ta llaJflmore dc. Obi Kail road
for Baltimore, Washington Oily and tha Sooth, and Phil
adelphia, Mew Kork, Boston, and the A est. Also with
traiueoa the i .
FEflUHeiLVAAIIA CDIVIBALi
via Wheeling It Pittsburgh B H., for Pittsburgh, Bar
riLurh, Philadelphia, New Kork, Boston and the Bast.
This train also connects st Newark with t. U. At N. R.
B., andatXuuesvillo with 0. W. At Z.B. B. forLanoar
ter, o. :. - ; ' . '
MAI AT 3:40 p. m., stopping at all Stations upon sig
nal hting given, arriving at Brtuia at 40 p. m., coa
nectlug immediately vita traint oa
'Hie Ilaltluiere a Ohio It all roast
for Baltimore, Washington City and the South, and Phil
adelphia, New York, Uotton, and the Bast. Also with
train on the h
FLINNSaLVAIMIA CENTRAL, '
Ha Wheeling and PltUburgh II. R., for Plttaborjh, Hay
risburgh, Philadelphia. New York, Boaton. and the But.
This tralu also conneoU at Zanesville with C W. At Z.
R. R., for Lancaster, Ato.
TRAVELERS TO THE EAST
I, '7 FROM ALL WESTERN POINTS, ;
Z ' ' CAM DEFEND OTO
QuickTime and Sure Connections:
Astru Tiati BaiM Aixownroa Vaau.
SLEEPING CAR3.0N ALLNIGHTTRAIN3.
Ask for Ticket vi Oolumbne end Wheeling.
for further Information and Through 71ctU, apply
to n. Ii. DOHettiTV.Tieaei gi, union vcpov
tj. . JBWKTT, rresiaeni, Mnrsviiie
JOHM W. BROWN,
noVTO
-i ii General Ticket Agent, Colnmbos.
BALTIMORE AND OHIO
BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD.
GREAT NATIONAL ROUTE.
mF.RWIflATKJ AT WASHINOTOM
JL and Baltimore on the Vast, and Wheeling, Benwood
and Parkerstmrtj on the West, at which places It ttsttes
with Railroads, BteeaevsAta., for and from all point!
in iu.
West Somth-rreat a4 Tlortk-wfeat
THESE TRAINS DAILY
FOR ALL THE EASTERN CITIES.
Thle hi the only route to Washington City.
Paaunrabr thif note can visit Baltimore, Phlla
delpbia. Hear Yoik and Boaton, at the cost of a ticket to
Boston alone by other lines. ....
Through tickets to the Bastem cities ean be procured
via waauingtoo, uny at au viuiuuiui o, um'
lata.,. .- : i -, ' '
a , ma r . ATTarwa) to all From Taaime.
Tlmt a pttot and fart at ton attia any ctKtr
Ina'atrt for Ueaeu vU Baltimore and Ohio Railroad at
. all a I Id. U A.
any as tne principal nnimw uiuw m n
, - J. u SULLIVAN, flen'l Weetera Agent,
, - - BiXLaiaa, Ohio
, 1 ' L. U.'CULB.Oeneral Ticket Agent, -..
W. P. SMITU. Master Transportation.
oeriC-Lf. ' BaLTisioaf. M4
TTU'llllaaxao. A. GH11
AGRICUITURALWAREHOIISI.
And BecA Store,
GENERAL HARDWARE,
" BAtLfc. fllAlSl, BABH, TJTTT, CORDAGE, ,
Gune, risivlis Wed&trmrw ware,
Leather and, Rubber Beltlnj,
Packuis. ; ,
Lacs Leather, Hose and
el-dly
;e.:p!collister
-PI T S B IT It G II .TP'a .V
Keen essetiitly haA All t-
GREAT NATIONAL ROUTE. 1860-61. 1860-61.
GREAT NATIONAL ROUTE. 1860-61. 1860-61. Winter Arrangement---Time Changed.
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
Cleveland, Columbus & Cincinnati
RAILROAD,
' ; Connecting at Crestline with the
Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne fic Ckieago
. UAlLKOAli
For PitUbnrgh, Phlladelpliia and Bultitnon);
A lo for Fort Wjpe and Chicago. ,
'., OuaaacUng at Cleveland with the ' J -
Lake
Uuuklrk,
Shore
Riilroatl
ror
Buffalo, Albany,
New York
Boston Bod
riiaiIMM OAILV ftzeept Sunday)
from Oolumbua,! In connection with Trains oo the
Little Miami i Columbni Aema tiauroaus.
f IB8T TRAIN.
N10HT IXPBISS-Uave Columbus at 3 S5 a. m.
Will leave passengers at all stations, south of Galllon,
ston it Delaware. Ashley, Cardloeton, Oilead and at all
stations North of flalllon. arrlvlDg at Olereland at fl:0
a. .. Dunkirk 4-811 p. a., Buffalo 0:05 p. m.. New York
12 05 p. a.. Boston 4. JJ p. m., PltUburgh via Crest
line 3:40 a. m., Philadelphia 7:00 a. m., Chicago via
Oraftonll.OOp. m. Also connectlul at Shelby for all
points on the Dandusky, at ansfield 4t Neward Itailroad.
8BC0N0 TRAIN.
MAIL AND IXPRI88 Leaves Columbus at 3 00 p.
m., will stop at all eUHoni sooth of Bhelby, and at Bal
es, New Loadon, Wellington, Araftoo and Berea. arriv
Int at Cleveland 850 p. m.. Dunkirk 3:0U a. m., Buffalo
4 35 a.m., New York 10:110 p. m., Boston 13:i0a. m.,
Pittsbureh tia Creetllne 8:30 a. m., Philadelphia 4 00 p.
a., Chicago elaOraf ton at 10:30 a. m. Also connects at
Shelby for allpolnnon Sandusky, Maciuald At Newark
Killroad. . . .
Patent Sleeping Cart are ran on all
Night Train, to Chicago, Hew York
and Boston.
, 07 Baggagt Checked Through to Nete York
and Boiton t Cleveland, alto to Philadelphia,
Nm York tU CrMlin.
' BSTtTBNINQ. ' .; '
Night Bxpreaf arrives at Columbni at 1:30 a. m.
Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus at 1:40 p. an.
Fare as Low m by any other Route,
Ask for tlcketa via Crestline or Cleveland.
- S. B. ILINT.
Foper't, Cleveland. Ohio.
JAMES PATTSaSON, Agent,
Junel2 , . Oolumbua, Ohio.
I
Wholesale and Retail Depot for
FAMtlV CROCEMESe
No. 106 South High Street.
Wm. Mcdonald,
DEALER IN
T El A 8
FINE & STAPLE GROCERIES,
IN ALL THEIR VARIETIES.
Dallr Arrival of Good
For the Fall and Winter T.cule
Of ;186061.
jnBETi;UNING SINCERE THANKS
TO THE PUBLIC for pasHavnrs andpstron-
ase, and being DGTEUmiHIjU to mean
a continuants of tame by eirici aiiensioo tc
traae, and prompt elellverr f Good
I would call the HeHlce of the public to the fact thai
having a Lai e;e and well Selected Stocli on
band, and being In dally receipt of goods from the differ
ent markets, I natter myself that I can offer to the citi
zens of Columbus, or to any who may desire to purclase
an assortment of articles appertaining to the GROCERY
trade, UN EQUALED by any house in the city.
The price and quality of the good! offered, I guar
antee t e;le avtlefactlon.
Goodi Delivered Free of Charge.
D0Tj7. wm. Mcdonald.
COxNVICT LABOR FOR HIRE.
OrFIOX OHIO PENITENTIARY, (
fioLciiars. 0.. Nov. S3d. 1H60. I
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE BE.
ceivedatthe office of the Ohio Penitentiary nntil
Uondav. January gist. 1861, at 2. P. at., for the labor of
from One Hundred to One Hundred and Twenty are (Jon
lets la this Institution, for five Yean.
e)hoD room furnished and discipline maintained at the
expense of the state.
Bidders will ioeclfy the kinds of work, the number of
men, and the price per day for labor.
Bids by persona not contractors will be considered for
any business not now carried on in the Pilson; and Irom
present contractors for their present buaness, and for
any other not la con Slot with the laws of the Bute or ex
isting contracts, the Directors reserving the right to se
lect such bids and businesses will best promote Iheln
taMitofthe Institution, and conflict the least with the
mechanical Interest of the State.
No kid secured for teas than Twenty or more than fifty
men in any one contract, buoosealul bidden required
to give ctiifectory security.
at J. (IbBalAAVaf naMtreui
N. UERION. . i
THRO. COM8T0K, . Directors.
dec3-dtd
H. . PARSONS.
IMPORTED GOODS.
V1IIT RF.CKIVED-
f I 80 caws IUllan Oil, Barton A Co., for table nee
lO
f reach Mustard, favorite brands:
6
4
" Boned Sardines, the BEST Sardines imp'td
n of Capers and Olives.
" . Table Saaeas "Lea A Perrin'e Woroetter-
shlre," 'ioyer's gallana," "John Bull,"
"Harrey." 'Beadliw." . -
10
Walnat and tomato Oataas. ' ' 1
76 do. Cross A Black-wall's celebrated English
. rtcaies, eonnsiiBS w --uauuuower, re
, ealUI." ChowKJhow," "Walnut," "On
lon'Oabbagt," "Beans," "Ohertt's"
M'lPlcklea. , , ... .
London Porter.
Campaell'seelebratedBcolch Ale.
lOlsurer Preserves.
, 80
too
2 O boxe Italian Macaronl.snd Termacilla.
S gross oox ueiaune. - -
Coleman"! celebrated English Hnstard, tn kegs, boxes,
cans and bottles, i
. aoS7 '' '" ' Wat. MeDONAtD.
WE WISH TO CALL Tills ATTF.N
lion of
to ooa assoaTsairr or
Watches, Tools and Materials
Imported directly from the Kannfactorles Of Ingland
and Bwltserland, and whkhwe will sell as low, If not
lower, than any other Importing house in the United
. J. LEBQUEREIIX A 80NB. t
718. High 8t., Colnmhus, 0.
4. I A ! 85 Maiden Lane. Mew fork.
S. DOYLE CO;
': Manufacturers tiid Wbolegale Dealew in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Soutbeaet Corner of High and 0a; Sta., ;
3NTO. OO, ;
JOLCItIBCE,..f '..............OHIO,
"A large Stock of fine and Staple Goods oa hand."
yil-dtl , . ' .: . r 'Z
SUNDBIES. i
,v TAPIOOU,
.'Arrow Root,
Scotch Oat Meal ' .-.
T7IABIHA,
A'
Bass
Rice Flour
Pearl Barley !
C racked Wheat -
COCO '!)- J'
Cream Tartar,
Ilge-'i
Beedless Rasuss 1
a Split Pss,.. ,
: Chooolah T .
'. Broisa,et, ,
I , . Bode . Cv'A ,
S P rones ' ,
,i e. VreshTeaatoevv '
Peaches
- uieen uorn , ". t
Frtkh Oaaa'd fralto of every dsacripllen;
Jelliesof all kinds; i .. t .
flavorrng Ex tracts ef aliunde. , M. V,;
Quat Sraps; Mixed Oaadleet -v:-, ii-' -.
.' .... ' Aimsnds, filberts, Pecos Kate, t
-,(( aagiUHi rv ains, srwm b,,i,
aA7 .
WM. M..D0NALC.
JOES E wsmxBi .
A SJENT FOB HOME, COrjTIWEMTALf
A k.iu!mi. Bacearr. and Iaviae Fibs las. Oo.'e
Nw Toast Kxacaum and Cm lias of BaaTfoaa;
Nser Toaa Lirsasd Oojos. More at, Ltrsw w- .,, t
f.Ji'-jj-ii -I '
-
.
M
t
,
'
b7-dly '
DARMABIi STORE
JlfST RECEIVED BY
WM. X.GILL,
No. 30 North High C treat,
One ol the Largest and Beet leleeted AftM t
; .-; . - Of - -. .
. J "' (VKtt OffBRBD IN THIB OITYI
floBsc Builders'' Furnishings
Of CVKRY 8TTt AND Q0AIITY. J
, J . I', it :-.' i- '
,' , wreucla Amcrlran
JVlM.3.oxxr GtIobs I
PAINTS GROUND '1ST OIL, "
. , . i i ' ' ,
and put np In half pound cans for family nse, anl Dry
, Faints In balk. ., . k .. J
Brushes of every variety & quality.
A Snldrwsifi Amnrtmrnt nf
( .
MACHINISTS TOOLS.
CARRIAGE MATERIAD3.
' AXES GRIND3T0NES, &e.
GUNS,rigT0L3, BH0T, "o.
FISHING TACKLE.
' ROPE 4 CORDAGE,
LEATHER AND INDIA RUBBER,
.BELTING. ;
WEDGES, MALitb, fUMPS,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
3CYTHE3, &.C., ; 4 . t
SCALES, CELLS, CHAINS
Tabln and Pocket Cutlery.
I especially In vile the attention of all Interested to my
stock Pocket and Table Cutlery, and
miAEH FLATElklOUUH,
Tabid, Desert, and Tea Spoons,
Butter Knives, &c..
of KOUa'RHB A BKO'B. Manuractnrc, warrauted to be
eitrabeavy, sclectro Plated, on genuine Albatu.
Oonntry Merchants, Mechanics, and others, are Invited
to call and examine my stock, as I am prepared to anil
Wholesale and Retail. , Will. J,. till. I.
Oolumhua, Ohio, M a. ItWil .
THE . BEST: AND CHEAPEST
PARKER
SEWING MACHINES.
PRICE 840,
- , AND WARRANTED
Equal to Any Other
For all Familw Purposes,
Besides being more simple, durable, and easily operated
Call and seel
Office, Armory Ball,' over Sain'i Blore.
oclJ-dtf
0.1, FLOWERS, Agent.
NEW TRJE AT M ENT.
Private and Oontidentlal '
MEDIO AL AO VICE
AT THE
BUFFALO PRIVATE HOSPITAL.
Established for the cure of SyphUit, Seminal Weaknett,
and ik tteret JnJIrmMf of. Tout and Maturity
Dytptptia; Otntral DtbiUty, Fever and Ague, In
firmiUtt of FoWA, OldAgt, eta. - -
NO MXSOVXT VSSJD,
1Vm Lzxxoa vo Sou.
Corner of Main and Quay 8ts., Buffalo N.I
ABE THE ONLY PHYSICIANS IN
the State who are members of the Royal College of
Burgeons, London. May be consulted from 8 o'clock la
the morning nnll S at sight, la every elan and symptom
of disease. The treatment they adopt Is the result of
upwards of thirty years extensive practice In Europe and
America.
A MOBT BOIBNTIFIO INVENTION. .
An tnstniasent for the care of Nocturnal Emissions
more properly known as Seminal Weakneas,ctc. Can be
Krminently eared from tf teen days to two months by
s use sf thla Instrument, when asad oonolnny with
medicines.
YGUNJMIN TAK1 PAJITICTTLAR NOTICE.
Dr. AMOB A BOH take pleasurs la announcing that
they hare Invented a most Important instrument for the
care of the above disssiw. It has been subjected to a test
by the most eminent physicians In London, Paris, Phila
delphia and New York; It has been declared the only use
ful instrument ever Invented for the care of Beminal
Weakness, or any disease caused In the secret habits of
youtn rrm s lu "j u, viiim ... .., -' .
N. B. Dr. AMOB A BON, In order to satisfy the most
skeptical as to the merits of this Instrument, pledge
themselves that tn any Instance where It may prose un
satisfactory, after a fair trial, the money will he refunded
by returning the Instrument In good order. - .
COUNTRY INVALIDS ti -v i ,
Persons la any part of tha world may be nocessfally
treated by forwarding a correct detail ol tneu case, wtia
a remittance for medicines, eto.t . . -Address
Dr. AMOB A BON, corner of Main and Quay
8ts. BoiraloN.Y. msru-iwiy
Sheriffs Sale.
JohnX
v
!
'.:.;J t .. )' ..
Common Pleat.
' rixlil T)tI and Wife
BY VIKTUlfOF AN OHDF.H OF SALfc
tn ma directed Irom the Court of Common Fleas of
Translin 'county, Onto, X will offer for sale at the door of
the Court House, la the city of Columbus,
Saturday, the 19th day of January, A. D. 1861,
between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P.
M the following deseribrd real estate, eltuate la the
County ol Franklin, and State of Obie, to wit: Beginning
.t ih north east corner of half section number thirty
one, and township twelve and range twenty-one, Refugee
tract, running thence souin wits uie socio nn. or saw
half section one hundred sad seventy-four and one half
rods, tuence welt thirty-six and two-thirds rods, thence
north one hundred and seventy-four and one-half rode.
,h Hf hron Uoad. thence east thirty-six and two third
rods, to the place of beginning; containing tony acres.
appraueaat ji peracic
. . ma in (i
a. W. HCFFMAN, Sheriff, 'i
rrinter s iee .
deSlKUdKSIW ;
Master Commissioner's
Sale.'
Metier s Brother) ' ' : ,,, , ,k ....
' .. . J BupEnur vuuii. , y - v
IBTl7iF: OF AN OUDLM OF SALE
m imetad from the gunertor Co.rt of Frank
lln connty, Ohio, I will offer fur asle a( Ihe door, of the
. ir t- IV.. iitf nf flnlumlius. on
StordTs the ?C-h fa pf January,; A. D. 1861,
between tiehonrsolie o'clock A attends e'etookP.
. the following described leal estate, In the county of
.Franklin, nod But. of Ohio, to wit : Fart of survey
Ho. 71WM, sKgunnig a a
line of W, Davis' farm-! -thence North 0 deg. mln.,
But 111 poles to a post, Korth-eaet ceraer of 0. Davis;
theneeNerth 88 d.g . mln., Esst 131 no ei 1 17 link! to
o.t let h line of W. Oolemsm theose- with aald line
aTuihOdVg 3min.,Wstl)aHpolaatoapot,ahiok
or and elm: thence West m pole! to the begiminfr,
cooUming SiH acree mors or len. Appraised at (IS
rttetsmtretf, ti-SO.,- , ii'-ww-iaJiVZL.: "
deelBltdMtw and Master Commissioner.
PEAHa, hl-AWiill. '-:;''' ..
1.4UO lbs. Msdisoa, Watt As Co'spure.uncheml
p.Uil VmxI starch., mnerlor article, received ka Store,
forsaUbVM. MT:, ! McKIBst RK8TI1ADX, -n n
,.i(-:llt:'W .'Y.
3d Itatessian BalUlag.
.
1
-"; h -jfil,t -t-i'
sti .ra eaMfullv nrenxVed wnder the direct
nowUM and lnnMtlia ol nor. ttuarnisie, in oruor
toanet thai treat and long realised want of the pubUc,
oameiy, remedies for all the more common and simple ail
ments oi uie. .
a nrfiMtinn will aliow that a vast majority of
diseases from which we suffer and die, were, at their eon
ruauwmeoL almnie and trifling, A mere sold, a slight diar
rhea, a pais In the side, or a headache, or hoarseness, st
Arst easily cured and subdued, In time becomes a consump
tion, a fever, a dangerous dj-aentery, Croup or other
disease, which all the powers of meJ-lne fall to arrest. ,
u..ln thia rmuWm annDlv a STeat biio want. Being
on hand, simple, so you know at ones v'mt to take
pleasant, so as to cause no repugnance ears, su.3 hence
occasioning no risk, while the curative effects are poemve
and certain, they are taken, and at ones the spell Is broken
and the danger allayed. . "
Experience has amply confirmed the nse of tiese reme
dies for families and private persona, as being na bbbt sh
disl tan most aurnj ui ootixxt, ras most raoary
arm asuaau.
. Thousands are and have been using them for some n vs
yean past, In every section of Ihe country, wltn almost
Invariable suooeaa, AU speak In the highest terms, of the!
simplicity and certainty, and among our hunareai or
agent! the unuonn sestimony m, uia, ui .- v
satisfaction to their customers. '
LilST OB1 t;
nUMPHUEYS' 8PECIFI0 HOMEOFATHIO REMEDIa
No. Pries of Binpe noxes earns
1. CtirOS Fever, uongesuon, ana auuaaimauua
Heat,Paln,ResUnes!...;. M
B-Cnroe Worm Fever, Worm Colic, Voracious
Appetite, 25
-Cures Colio, Teething, Crying, and Wakefulness,
Blow urowtn,ana reeoienese 01 sniaaw. ,u
a Cures Diarrhea, of Children or Adults, Cholera
Infantum, and Bummer Complaint!. 85
5 Cures Praentory or Bloody Flux, Coll a,
Grlplnga, Bilious Collo, PaU Dysentery. S5
e-Cures Choloro, Cholera Morbus, Nausea, aad
. Vomiting, Astbmatlc Breathing. S3
T Cures Couuhs, Colds, Hoarseness, Bronchitis,
lnfluema, and Sore Throat. .., 85
8 Cures Toothneho, Faceacha, Nervous Fains,
Neuralgia, and Tic DoJorenx 25
B-Cures Headaches, Blck Headaches, Vertigo,
Rush of Ulood to Uie Head 25
10 Cures Dyspepsia, Weak, Acid, or Deranged
Btomach, Constipation, Liver Complaint. 25
it rh,na fttmnrAMBAfi M Ansea. or Scanty, or
Delavlna. Ureen Sickness. B5-
ia-Curos Leueorrhes or Whites, Bearing Down,
too Profose Menses. 15
1 Cures Oroup, noarse Cronpy Cough, Difficult and
Oppressed Urenthlng . S3
1- Cures Salt Hheum, Crony Eraptlnns, Erj-tpe-
Ms, Scntd Head, Barber's Itch .23
15 Cures Ehetimatlsm, Fain, tamenem. . :
new in Uie Chest, Back, Bide, or Llmha . ..'25
1 Curee Fever anil Ague, Intermm
15 For MheumatlBthri'ain, Lameness, or oorenM
In the Chest, Back, Bide, or Limbs ir,
Id For Fever and Ague, Intermittent Fever,
Dumb Ague, Old Inveter.ite Agues : 'J
IT For Piloa, Internal or external, Ullnd or Diced-
Ins, Recent or Obstinate ill
IS For Opthalmr, Weak or Inflamed Eyes or Fye-
Uita, Falling or Weak Sight &
19 For Catarrh, Acute or Chronic, Dry or Flowing.
Cold In Uie Head, Influenza.
10 For Whooping; Cough, shortening and pa Hint-
- Ing It, or 8iasmoillc Cough M
21 For Asthma, Oppressed, Difficult, Lsbored
Breathing, Cough and Sxpectoratiuu ,'0
S3 For Far Discharges, Noise In the Head, Im
paired Hearing, Earache f0
it For Scrofula, Enlarged Clands and Tuns! Is,
Swellings, ami Old Ulcers. N)
M For General Debility, Physical or Kervuui
Weakness M
93 For Dropsy, Fluid Accumulations, Tumid Brrell-
lngs, with Scanty Secretions W
2fr-For Bea - Sickness, Frostrallou, Vertigo,
Nausea, Vomiting ")
17 For Urinary Diseases, Gravel, Renal Calculi,
Difficult or Painful Urination. 6
19 For Beminal Emissions, Involuntary Ma
charges, and Consequent Prostration and De-
blUtv , .10
29 For Bore Mouth, or Btomacaco, Cankered
Mouth of Adults or Children 0
BO For Urinary Incontinence, Wetting the Bed,
too frequent, pelnful, or scalding Urination. CO
31 For Painful Mensoa, Pressure, Cramp or
Spasms, at He time; or Itching and Irritation ;
Pruritic 60
M For Bufferings at Change of Lifo t Irregu-
larllles. Flushes of Heal, Palpitations and even
Ulseav f the neart 100
PHICE.
A Cut ot Twenty-eight large ruu in morocco, and
Book of Directions. H 00
A Case of Twenty large vuls, in morocco, and Book
of Directions 6 Oil
A Case of Twenty large tiils, plain case, and Book
of Direction! d 01
A Case of Fifteen soxki (N'os 1 to IS) and Book of
Directions. 2 00
A Case of any Six sons (Nos. 1 to 15) and Book of
Directions. 1 00
A Large case of 2-os. vuu, for Planters and Physi
cians 13 0
OCR REMEDIES BY 1IAIL OR EXTRESS.
We send these Remedies, by the single box or full case,
to any part of the country, by mall or express, free oi
charge, on receipt of the price.
N. B. The boxes Noa 1 to 13 are small site, No. IS to
SI large size, and In making up a J or (1 rase this must
be remembered. Hie visis are unuorm in size ana price,
and in sending for a vial-case, no attention li necessary on
this point.
Look over the lift : maVe un a r e wi kll
-- aud inclose the amoant In a current note or etamne
by mill to our address, at Dtu Broadway, new-rork, and
the medicine wiu oe uuiy returneu ny man or express.
VETERINARY HOMEOPATHY.
TTnmnhreva' SDeoiflo Homeopath! o Kema-
dles for Horses, Cuttlo, Sheep, Hogs, Dogs.&o.
The case contains ten Specific Remedies suitable for all
diseases or ailments to which domestlo animals are subject,
together wild a complete manual of directions for use, so
plain and simple mat every lanner or oreeaer can reaany
use them. The remedies are put up In large one-o. vials ol
of liquids, and the enure set, and book, will be sold at (3.
Single vials, with direction!, at II each. Bent by mail or
express, free or charge, on receipt oi tne price. .
rnce oi ooox singly ov cent. , ,
AGENTS WANTED for the lale of our Remedies In
every town or community In the United States. Address
F. HUMPHREYS & CO.,
' Bl BROADWAY Niw-Yosa.
it Agent! In Columbos Ohio:
ROBERTS At SAMUEL, Wholttale scd Retail Drag
gists, 24, N. High street. .
. K. BAUUKL at go., Druggists, m 8. High etreet
Dublin, 0. W. Evans. . .
Oahanna, Tho. Young.
London, Coblents at Ridenour. .
Lafayette, John Snider.
Pleasant Valley, Drs. McCnne At Case. .
Somerford. Gabriel Prugh. '
West Jefferson, James Parks. -
Worthlngton, Dr. Tour At Johnson and Wm. Bishop
TrpOall en the agents for one of onr Monthl Jnnrn.
i., f raua, containing mucn interesting and valuable in'
unuaiioD. sue i-datwlr COW.
RECOinrEKDED BY TTH UTI
SIR ASTLEY COOPER,
, or loKtxnv, ahd '
DB. VALENTINE MOTT
or STV Kill,
in acknowledged Heads of th Profession Is elthss
Aieraispaer.
The best Dinrctic, Tonio. and Invhrorant. Tba
wes extract ot the ITALU.W JUKIPEB
""'tux. i no A'urcst and Host Cost! y Gin Ex
tent.
INDISPENSABLE TO FEMALES,
INVALUABLE TO THE SICK
, , INCOMPARABLE FOR THE AGED.
THE SAFEST AND. MOST
DELICIOUS BEVERAGE IN THE WORLD.
For Bala, Pints and Quart, by my
tOOK 001 FOR BOOUi " r' '
Li O N D O N GINS.
THE ONLY OEND1NE AK'rrar.n v '
CHARLES' LONDON CORDIAL GIN.
B. BALDWIN & CO.,
Importers. 91 Liberty St.,
r- - WJSW YORK.
,jld in Columbus by "' '
I -.'M. ' MrKEI At RE8TIIATJX, , '
-, WholemU and Retat I Grocers, Statesman Building.
. t - k. .1 oi . .0. A. WA0NKR, ind olhen." .
In Olncinnatl. by SCIRE, KCK8TE1N At CO., . '
ocid-deodklfw - andolhet.
17tiericn kid 'ouivn,-
FavaJNCti hlu tiLOVas, -
FRENCH KID CLOVES . . ,
at 73 ut pr parr, stm assold elsewhere for ofcd
uoii.r. i u ii. i ..in,
No. SO South nigh street.
DAL MORAL MKIBTB. I
XJ Wide. Long and llaodsom. . Ths best style In pel
d. anewlotlust rcotlvedby 1'ITBR BAIN. '
d.)!.,; ,;,. ...:'. No. South High treet.
VlUiiiiUitlsivt
DISCOVERY
OF THE AGE.
Mil. KAINNEDY, OF HOXIII7HT I
has discovered In one of our common pasture weeds
a remedy that cures 1 : -
Every Kind of Humor,
J V i FROM ..):- . ,J-
Th wont Sororala down to a common Pimple.
lie has tried It in over eleven hundred cases, and nev
er railed except in two cases, (both thunder humor.) He
has now In his possession over on! hundred certificates of
Its value, all within twenty miles of Boiton.
Two botllei are warranted to cure a nursing toie
mouth. '
One to three bottles will care the worst kind of Pimples
on the face.
Two or three bottles will eleav the system of biles.
Two bottles are warranted to cure the worst canker In
the mouth or stomach.
Three to five bottles are warranted to cure the wdrst
kind of Erysipelas.
One to two bottles are warranted to cure all humor In
the Kyes.
Two bottles are warranted to core running of the ears
and blotches among tho hair.
Four to six botles are warranted to cure corrupt and
running ulcers.
une Dome win cure scaiy eruption oi uie ism.
Two or three bellies are warranted to cure the worst
kind of ringworm.
Two or three bottles are warranted to cure tne moat
deiperate case of rheumutlsm.
Thre
hree to fonr bottles are warranted to cure salt-Rheum.
Fire to eight bottles will care the wont case of scro
fula.
A benefit is always experienced from the first bottle,
a perfect cure Is warranted when the above quantity Is
tneu.
BOXBUBY, &1ASB.
Data Madam: The reputation of the Medical Dis
covery, in curing all kinds of humors, Is so well eitab-
llslied ny the unanimous voice ol an wno nave ever usea
IU that I need not sav anvthlng on the subject, as tho
most skillful physicians and the most careful Druggist! in
the country are unanimous In its praise.
In nresentlns the Medical Discovery tn yonr notice, I
do It with a full knowledge of its curative power, In re
lieving all, and curing most of tliosa diseases to wnicn
you are unfortunately so liable. That moat excruciating
disease to an affectionate mother,
NURSING SOKE MOUTH,
Is cured as if by a miracle: your own temper Is restored
to tts natural ewoetnem, and your babe from short and
fretful naps to calm and sweet slumbers; and the Medical
Discovery become! a fountain of blessing to yonr husband
and household. ; .
In the more ndvsnced stages of
CANKER
Iteilends to the stomach .causing
If YSIE1'SIA,
which Is nothing but canker on the stomach; then to the
intestine! and
KIDNEl",
creating a ainktng, gone feeling, nndan Indifference eyes
to the cares of your family .
lour stomach is
. ItAW AN1I INtXAitlElf,
your food distresses yon, and you can ouly take certain
kinds, and even oi mat yoursystom aoes not get nan
the nourishment it contains, aa the acrimonous fluid of
tha canker eats it up; then your complexion loses Its
bloom and become! sallow and greenish, and your best
day is gone. For want of nourishment your system be
comes loose ana nauoy, ana tne nores oi your oouy na
enme relaxed Then follow a train of diieases which th
Medical Discovery It peculiarly adapted to
c u re; ,
Palpitation of the heart, pain In the side, weakness o
the spin and small of the back, pain of the blp Joint
when yon retire, Irregularity of the bowels, and alas,
that n-o?t excruciating oi cusrases, me
PILES!.
How many thousand of poor women are suffering from
this disease and pining away a mlsorable life, and their
next door neighbordoes not know the cause. I wish t
tmnrets on vour mind that sood old rroverb, "An ounoe
of prevention is better than a pound oi care," in tne
MEDICAL, DISft'OVEKY
rn have both the preventative and the eure, with this
treat and guoil quality, mat it win never, unaer any
clrcumstaocea, do ycu any injury.
THE MEDIC Ali DIMCOVEKV
It erpeclaly Intended for disease! of the blood, but since
Its Introduction In the Western Slates, it Is found to be
the best
that was ever before the public.
No change ofdlet ever necessary eat tne nest yon can
sod get enough of It.
DistcTinai rna tit Adults one table spoonful per
day Children over ten years, dessert spoonful Children
from live to eight years, tea spoonful, as no direction!
can be applicable to all contitutions, take sufficient to
operate on the bowels twice a day.
sours sruiy,
DONNALD KENNEDY
Price !.() per botlle. For y every druggist in
the United States. sepvi datwly
PROF. L. MILLER'S
HAIR INVIGORATOR,
An Effective, Safe and Economical
Compound,
FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR
To Its original color without dyeing, and preventing the
nair irom turning gray.
FOR PREVENTING BALDNESS,
Andourtng It, when there Is th least particle of vitality
or recuperative energy remaining.
FOR REMOVING SCURF AND DANDRUFF
And all cutaneous affections of the Scalp.
FOR BEAUTIFYING THE II A IR .
Imparting to it an nneualed gloss ind brilliancy, making
it son ana suay in its tenure, sua causing 11 to curl
readily.
The great celebrity and Increasing demand for this un-
equaled preparation, convinces the proprietor that one
trial la only necessary to latiify a discerning public of its
luperlorqualitieiover any other preparation in nse. It
cleanses the head and scalp from dandruff and other
eutaneona diseases, causing the hair to grow luxuriantly,
giving It a rich, soft, glossy and flexible appearance, and
also, where the hair is looaeningand thinning, It will give
strength and rigor to the roots and restore Ihe growth to
nose parts wnicn nav Decease naia, causing it to yield a
reih covering of lialr.
There are hundreds of ladies and gentlemen in New
York who have had their hair restored by tho use of thla
Invlitorator, wben all other preparations have failed. L.
M. has in his possession letters Innumerable testlfylns
to the above facts, from persons of the highest respecta
bility. It will effectually prevent the hair from turning
until the latest period of life; snd In cases whore the hair
has already changed it color, the nse of the Invlgnratnr
will with certainty restore it to it to its original hue, sir
ing It a dark, glossy appearance. As s perfume for the
toilet and a lialr Restorative It Is particularly recom
mended, having an agreeable fragrance; and the great fa
cilities It affords In dressing the bair, which, when nolat
with the Inrlgorator, can be dressed In any required
form so as to preserve Its place, whether plainer In curls:
hence the great demand for It by th ladiea aa a standard
tolietartlcle which none ought to be without.ns the price
places it within th roach of all, being ,
' Only Twenty-Five Csntt .
per bottle, to be lad at all respectable Dinggtsts and
reriumers.
' L. MTTiLXR would call the attention of Parent aad
Guardians to the us of his Invlgorator, in esse where
the children' hair inclines to be weak. The us of It
lays the foundation for ngandhead of hair, as It re
move any Impurities that may have become connected
with Ihe scalp, the removal of which Is necessary both
(or the health of the child, and lbs future appearance of
lunalr.
OitiTinK. None genuine without the fae-slmlle LOUTS
KILLER being on the outer wrapper; also, L. MIL
LKR's UAia INVIGORATOR, N. Y.. blown tn the
glsss. h
Wholesale Depot, St Dey street, and sold by all taw
prioclpal Merchant and Druggist! throughout the world
Liberal discount to purchasers by the quantity.
' I also desire to present to the American Publlo my '
HEW AST) IKFROVZD IKSTAKTAirEOTJS
LIQUID HAIR DYE,
which, after yean of sdentlflo experimenting;, I have
brought to perftetlon. ltdjes Black or Blown Instantly
wlihoutinjury to th Bair or Skin; warranted the best
article ot the kind In existence.
PRICE, ONLY 50 CENTS.
Depot, 5G Dey St., ' Now York.
oKSfrdstwIy.' ''- " '" "' "
- Sheriff's So.Io. ;"" : -
Charles W. Speaks et al
et al )
Sale by order of Court,
etal. . J
i ; rs.
Catharine Leathers
T)V Villi LU OF ANOHDEKUF KALE
J) to me directed from the Court of Common Fleas of
Franklin county, Ohio, I will offer fur sale st the door of
the Court Mouse, in th Uityof Columbus, on
Thursdays Ibe Slat day of January. A. D., 18C1,
between the hours of lOo'clock. m. and 4 o'clock p
a.) th following described raal estate, situate In th
county of Franklin, and But of Ohio, to wit' In lot
number forty-one, (41) In the town of Canal Winchester,
with all Improvements sod appartenance thereto be
lonilns: and also th following described tract or parcel
of land, Via; two acres and sixty eight hundredths of an
acre ef land oil the west side of out lot number two, (8)
to the town of Canal Winchester, (a part of It being a
art of the same land conveyed to unaries Leauxira ana
l illlam Overhalser in common, by deed from th Ad
ministrators ot Wm. Fry, deceased, bearing date January
3d, IciJ, and on acre of said land being a part of the
r). nuatter of section no. Ju, townsnip no. u, range
90: bevlnnlnst at the N. W. corner of out-lot No. S. as
above described; running thence with the west lias of
said lot 8. W. INK poles Is a post: tuence as. cw aeg js.
G:H5 poles to a post; thenos parallel with the first men
tioned line H. 1 aeg. m. vi sipoiesw uie souuieny
line ef tlie bowk slat ef Winchester; thence with the
line of town plat , 3K dcg. W, 7-BV poles U th place
of beginning. .--V . ,4 i.r.-.. - ; "
jppraisca si lios no. ii, jvu w . , . , , "
a an. ,t . tu.: astsa knd 6M0, s)v00 TO? 'V,U'J;-
i . , , 1'. !i .- ts- w. Burraun.Dnensr.
decV-dltwdw
By Ks, Payn, Jrep'tf
Printer's fees, CO.
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on
i - MISCELLANEOUS?
Ths AMALSAHATisMerLASaDASta. There Is a irow
Ing tendency tn this age to appropriate the most expres
sive words of other languages, and after a while loin
comoiate them Into onr own: thus th word Cephalio,
hick Is from th Qreek. signifying "forth bead," is
now becoming popularised in connection with Mr. Spald
Inn's areat headache remedv. but It will soon te nsed tn
a more general way, and the word Cephalic will become
as common as aieoiroiype ana many otnr wnoa ais
Unction as foreign words has been worn away by common
usage, until tney seem "native and to th manor born
ardly Realised.
Ill 'ad 'n onllils 'eadaoh thll bafternoon, hand I
stepped Into ths hapolhecary's, band says hi to th man,
"Oaa yon heas me of an 'eadaahei' "Does it hub
'ard?" says'. "Uaxceedingly," says hi, hand apon
that 'e gave me a Cephalio Pill, hand 'pon me 'onor It
cured me so quick that I 'ardly. realised I 'ad 'ad an 'eadaoh.
VTP HaAOACHx I the favoille sign by which nature
makes known any deviation whatever from Ihe natural
state of the brain, and, viswed in this light, It msy be
looked en a a safeguard intendea to give none oi ais
as which might otherwise escape attention, till too
late to be remedied ; and Its Indications should never
be neglected. Headaches may be classified under two
names, vis: Symptomatic and Idiopathic. Symptomatic
Headache Is exceedingly common, ana i me precursor
of a great variety of diseases, among which are Apo
plexy, Bout, ltbenmatlim,and all febrile dlsesies. In
Its nervous form It is sympathetic of disease of the
stomach, constituting sic AeastdcAe, ot hepntio disease
constituting oiliout headache, of worms, constipation,
and other disorders of the bowels, as well as renal and
ulerlre affection. Dlsesset of the heirt are very fre
quently attended with headaches; anaemia and plethora
are also affection which frequently tccaiion headache.
Idiopathic headache is also very common, being usually
distinguished by the same of fiereoue AeadacAt some
times oomlug en suddenly In a slate of apparently sound
health, and prostrating at ones the mental and physical
energies, sod In other Instances It comes on slowly, her
alded by depression of splilti or acerbity of temper. In
most Instance the pain It In the front of the head, over
one or both eyes, and sometimes provonmg vomiting;
under th is class may also be named Neuralgia.
For the treatment of elthar class ot headaoh th Ce
phalic Pills have been found a eure and iare remedy, re
lieving the most acute pairs In a few minutes, and, by
lis subtle power, eradicating the dlseates of which head-
acne is me unerring index . ,
Bridget . Minus wants yon to tend her a boa of Co
phelleuiuo; do, a bom oi rreparco run mi x
thinkinathaL'anot lust it neither: but twrbans ye'll
aftber knowing what It is. Ye see she's nigh dead and
got with th Blck ueauacne, ana wants some more
thftt Mm. aa rolaived her before. ;
Druugltt You must mean Spalding's utpnaito ruts.
BriiLirl. Och I sure now and you've sed It. Here'i
the uutrther, and give the Pills, and don't be all day
about It, either.
Const Ipatljri or CjstlvaneH.
No one of the "many Ills that flesh Is hair to" is
nrsvalent. so little understood, snd so much neglected
Costiveness, often originating in carelessness, orssden
tary habits, ills iregaraaaas a sugm oisorucr, oi
little conseanence to excite anxiety, while in reality
Is the precursor and companion of many of the most fa
tal and dansereus diseases, and unless early eradicated
It will bring the sufferer to an untimely grave. Among
the lighter evils of which Costiveness is the usual atten
dant are Headache, Oolio, Rheumatism, Foul Breath,
Files, and others of like nature, while a long Ualn ol
frightful disease, such as Malignant Fevers, Abctsse,
Dysentery. Diarrhoea, Vyspeysla, Apoplexy. Epilepsy,
Paralysis, Hysteria, Hypochondriasis. Melancholy, and
Insanity, first Indicate their presence In the system by
thlsalarmlng symptom. Not unlrequently the diseases
named originate In Constipation, but tase on an Inde
pendent existence unless the csuse is eradicated in an
early stage. From all these considerations, it follows
that the disorder should receive Immediate attention
whenever It occurs, and no person should neglect to get
a box of Cephalic rills on the Drat appearance oi tne com
plaint, as their timely uie will expel the insidious ap
proaches ol disease, ana uejiruy tuis uaugcruu. iu.
human life.
A Real BletsUg
PJtytlcian. Well, Mrs. Jones, how Is that headache)
Mr. Jonse. Clone! Dootor, all gonel the pill you
lentcuiedme in just twenty minutes, and I wish yon
would send me more, so Ihst I can have them handy.
PhytiaUm.Xua can get them at any Druggists. Call
for Uephalic rills, i nna tney never iau, sua a reeom
mend them In all cases of Headache.
Mr i. Jonei.l shall send for a box directly, and shall
tell all my suffering friends, for they ars a real iilete
ing.
Twentv Millions or DoLUks Savso Mr. 8paldln
has sold two millions of bottles of hie celebrated Frepar-
edOlue. and It Is estimated that each bottle saves
least tea dollars' worth of broken furniture, thus making
an aggregate of twenty million of dollar reclaiming
from total loss by this valuable invention. Having mad
hisOlu. . hnnuboid soni, he bow proposes lo do the
world silll greater service by curing all the aching beads
wun nis uepuauo run, ana 11 iny aie as good as nil
Ulue, Heacscbes will soon vanish away Ilk snow ih July.
TrpOvta axoiTxisuT, and the mental care and anal
tr Incident I doe sltentloa to business or study, are
among lbs numerous causes of Nervous Headache. The
disordered state of mind and body Incident to this die
tresslni complaint, Is a fatal blow to all energy and am
bition, bunerers by mis aisoraer can always ootain
speedy relief from these distressing attacks by using one
of the Cephalio Fills whenever the symptoms appear. It
quiets the overtasked brsln, and soothes the striinsd snd
Jarring nerves, snd relaxes the tension of the stomach
which always accompanies ana aggravates the disordered
condition of Ihe brain.
Facts wortb kkowino. Spalding's Cephalic Fill f are
a certain cor for Blck Headache, Bilious Headache,
Nervtns Beadacho, Costiveness, aud General Debility
Great Ducovxav. Among ths most important of all
ins great meaicat discoveries oi mis age may na consid
ered the system of vaccination for protection from Small
Fox, the Cephalio Fill for relief of Headache, and the
use of Quinine for the prevention of Fevers, either of
wnicn is s sure specific, whose benefit will be experiene
ed by suffering humanity long after their discoverers are
lorgoiien. .
TIT Did you erer have the Sick Headache 1 Do yon
rtmembsr the throbbing temples, the fevered brow, th
loathing and disgust at th slgnt of food? How totally
unfit yon were for pleasure, conversation, or study?
One of the Oepia'.ie Fills would have relieved you from
all the suffering which von then experienced, For this
snd other purposes you should alwsys have a box of
mem on nana to nse as occasion requires
CURE
KepvousHeadfiiche
CURE- 1 -
5V
By the ose ef these Fills the periodic attacks ot Xet
eout or Sick Beadacht maybe prevented; and if taken
it the commencement of an attack Immediate relief fro;
pain and sickness will be obtained. "
They seldom fall In removing the Xautea and Btad-
dc ht to which females are so subject. " , .,
They act gent'y apon the bowels removing Ooeiive-
For LUerary Men, Sludente, Dllct Femsles,
and all persons otetdentary AaMli. they are ralsabl
u a laxative, improving th pppelite, giving m tad
vigor to th digestive organs, and restoring the natural
elasticity and strength of the whole system.' j-j-jlfta
TUB CarHALIO FILLS sre tha nsalt of long loves
tlgstlon and carefully . conducted exprltnnts, having
been in ait many years, darlns; which- Urn they bare
prevented and relieved a vast amount ef pain and snffer-
Ing from Headache, whether erl jlnating In Ihe nervovi
system or from a deranged state of the ttomach. ' '
They are entirely vegetable In their composition, and
may be takes at all times with perfect safety without
making any change of diet, and the ahtenoe of any
auagreiam taete render U tat) to aaminUI&r them to
mtiaren. -
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The genuine hare five signatures of Henry C. Spalding
eacn not. ,.,..,, ,.(,,,. - c . ; , .
Bold by Druggists and all other Dealers ia Medicines.
A Bos will be sent by mall, prepaid, oq receipt ef Ihe
Prioo, QS Oonts.
All rden shotild be addresttJ to r; ; ; pho f"
HEPfKT C. SPALDING,
novlx 48 Ctdrnt Street, New York.
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ITT"! INVITR ATTHNTrnv lo some of the siost
traoidinary cure by my I
PECTORAL SYRUP.,
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They sre st heme, snd snv one who ha doubs can In-1
quire of the parson who have been cured by It.
DR. KEYBKR IB FRIPARUD AT ANY TIME TO
EXAMINE LUNGS WITHOUT CHARGE. FUR ALl
T1I0BB WHO NEED HIS MEDICINE9. - 1 ,
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ATTEND TO YOUR OOLD8 A case of fire rears'
standing cured byDR. KEYSKU'B PECTORAL SYRUF-
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Fittssdroii, Jan. 11, l00
Da. KtViWR: My wlfo has been afflicted wilb a bad
cough and difficulty of breathing, for five or six years,
which , for several years back, had gradually Increased in
violence. 1 he complaint has been hereditary, Ind she
had been treated by several physicians without any in
ner, in tnis state or nor cue, i procured some ei your
Pectoral Cough Syrup. I bought, the first time, a fifty
cent bottle, which relieved her very much ; I then called
and got a dollar bottle, which cured her entirely, snd
she has now no trace of the former disease, except weak
ness. I would alao state that I used the medicine my
self bo a cold and cough. The medicine cared me by tak
ing one ooic i express my entire satisfaction with tne
medicine, and you are at liberty to publish this if vou
desire to do so. WM. WILSON,
Alderman Fifth Ward
PiTTsBfRon, Nor. 18, 1803.
Da. Kxvixr: Although not an advocate of latent
Medicines, tn general, It affords me pleasure lidcatijh.
hie to recommend your Pectoral Syrup. As a medicine;
It Is well worthy the attention of any person ho msy in
any manner be afflicted with oonghs, colds and hoaraesess
of any hind, snd for the peculiar qualifications for re
moving all that disagreeable sensation attending a se
vere cold. ,
I have been, more or less, in my life, affected with the
severest of colds and hoarseness. At times my throat
would become so closed ss to prevent my speaking shove
a whisper, and by taking a few doses of the above Syrup
it would relieve me entirely. ,
In lecommcndlng this medicine, I must unhesitatingly
say that it is the best remedy I ever found , purporting to
cure the above, nor should any family be without this
remedy fordisesses so prevalent.
Yours, most respectfully,
EDWARD J. JONES,
Cashier Cllt:ens' Deposit Bank.
Stedbenvii iji, 0 , March 14, IPSO
I have uied Dr. Keyset's Cough Syrup for a bad cough
of several years standing, and can cheerfully say It Is
the btst medicine tor the same Uiat I have ever tiken.
J.W. FRICF.
COL. PRATT AND DR. KEYBER'd PEOTORAL
SYRUP. Dr. Ksvwr Dear Sir: Excuse the delay of
my acknowledging theexcellence of your Pectoral Cough
Syrup sooner. I lake great pleasure In saying that It is
all you say it is. Jl knocked the nolle out oj my oouyh
and the worst one I was ever afflicted with: I have sot
use I more than ona half of the tottlo. and I can and -lo
wish that all who are afflicted would give it'ns fair s trial
as I have done, and they will be proud to say, "It is no
quack medicine." I would not suffer auother suclisn
attack for any consideration, or at any cost. Ism con
fident loan breathe more freely ihsn I ev r did I shall
always acknowledge a debt of gratitude for Inventini to
excellent a temedy . You are at liberty to use my name
In this regard, as you thick proper at. F. FRaTT,
Messenger Common Council, Pittsburgh, Fh-
Pittebumh, May 11, WW. I
N. B I am no stranger to my fcllow-citltens. and
who entertain doubts can consult me personally.
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PiTTSBCRoa, April it. 1857.
READ TnS TBUTII. Da. Kxvseb: Ihaveadaoth
ter who has taken several medicines for a bad cough,
wKhout benefit among them Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral
I purchased from you a bottle of your PECTORAL
8YRCP, and before she hsd used half a bottle she was
relieved. The second bottle cared her entirely of her
cough. John darin,
Robinson street, Allegheny.
PrTTsBURoH. December, 31, 1853.
A GREAT CURE BY DH, KKYSER'S PKCTOHAL
BY HUP, I live In Peebles township, Allegheny county
I had a coughing and spitting, which commenced about
Ihe 4th of Fsbrusry last, and continued eight months. 1
employed Ihe best physicians in the country, and my
cough continued unabated until early in Ootober. Al
that time I was advised to try your PECTORAL COUOU
BYRUP.whlchldld, and attar I had taken nne bottle I
was entirely free from the coughing and spitting. I had
despaired of ever getting well, and Iihluk II should be
known that this valuable rertedy will do for others what
It has-wone In my case. JOHN C. LITTLE,
Witness B. M. Kkrr. . Peebles townbip.
Pattom Tr., April 14, 1357.
A WONDERFUL CURB. Some time ago, an old
neighbor of mine was very ill, with a bad cough which
every one supposed to be consumption. Ills relatives
told me that he had taken every remedy tiey heard of .
withont benefit; his brother came to see him die, and all
were confirmed in the belief that he could not live. 1
had about the third of a bottle of yonr Peotcral Syrup,
which I gave bim, and It entirely cured him, to the aston
ishment of all. What makes the case more remarkable,
is the extreme age of Ihe man, be being about elshty years
old. I hare no doubt the Pectoral saved his life.
JOIJMN'GINNIS
DR. KETSKlVS PECTORAL SYRDP IN FLAIRS
VILLE. Please send m another supply of yonr valu
able "Pectoral Syrup." Almost everybody around us
has th cold and are Inquiring for "Dr. Keyser's Pectoral
Syrup." We hare sold sixteen bottles last week, and are
now entirely out. Mr. A, Alterand Mr. P. klaher, both
of Blalrsviile, Pa , tell us they would not b without It
in their famine. In fact, all who use it one want it
again. Yours, respectfully,
i. 8. WATTERBON A SONS
January 30, 1800. (
ANOTHER NEW CERTIFICATE DR. jtay SIR'S
FEOTORAL SYRUP. I had been troubled aTOi acou.h
and cold tor several weeks so bad was it that I could not
sleep. 1 had the advice and prescription from three of
tne best physicians in the city, whom 1 could name, but do
not do so. I finally procured a bottle of your Pectoral
Syrnp, which cured me entirely. Signed,
J. W. BIMOjITON,
S36 Liberty street, Pittsburgh, Pa , Jan. S, 1800.
"STOP THATICOUOIIINfl." How can I do ItV "Go
to Keyser'son Wood street and get a boltleaf hlsOouah
Pectoial, and If that don't cure you, vour case must be
desperate Indeed." This Is a specimen of th eolloqvj
ens beers almost svery day In sold catching periods of
Ui year, and we can, rrom actual experiment, cneer
fully concur In the adviser's admonition as abeve, for we
have tried th ''Pectoral," In a most stubborn case, with
entire success. Near two weeks ago tr went tio Pittsburgh,
with one ot th most distressing, contrary! mulish, un
subduable coughs we ever experienced sincie our advent
upon this mundan sphere. We coughed (steadily snd
laboriously for one whole week, in hopes of tiring ii out,
but It was no go. In fact It seemed ratherto have im
proved by practice, and to have acquired strewis th.poten-
cy and dletreetibUlty by the operation. In tlbis suae ft
the siege, we ooajhed onr way te Keyser's, 1 0 Wood St.
procured a fifty cent bottle of the "Fectoilnl;" took it
according to direoUons, and In forty-eight hourfes we were
master of the field, the enemy havins unoniesdltloaall'
surrendered, after a brief but unequal confllcl
lormiaaote an adversary as Keyser's famous
Pectoral." Vrovmemlle Clipper, Deo. 14. iai!1
DR. KEYSER'S PEOTORAL SYRTJP Is nn.n.,.,1
sold by Dr. GEORGE II. KEYHEIL un U'l
.-iiiBuurnu, rs.
ALT Bold In Columbus by ROBERTS Ac SAMITE!
fpOOTHACnE HEItlETir.
; : , A 8TJRH! CJTR-R.
Prepared and sold by
' Da. GEO. II. KEYSEIt,
Price, 85 cent. .140 Wood St., Pittsburgh, Ps.
JD Bold lo Oolumbus by ROBERTS k SAMUEL
oct7:Utawdum.
r WHO SHOULD USE
DR. j; BOVEE DODS'
IMPERIAL WINE BITTERS?'
All whs sre afflicted with Incipient Consumption : '
Weak Lungs should use them. r I
All who suffer from Weak Stomachs. Trntlmutin, n
pepila or Piles should ose them. -
-Ail he suffer from General or Nervosa Dtbllltv
Restlessness at night, Want of Sleep, dec, should um
them. . - -1 - - ' h.
. All person who are convalescent .ft , rr,r n. ....
sickness should us them, ,
- Ministers of th Qospsl, Lewysrs, Lecturery, and j
public speakers should use them.
Book Keener. and all mrmna uin m ma. t
Should ose them." ' " 7 " . T , . ,
Thearedand rollrm should oj them. -,
A II MMMU a .!., . ...1. . . , . . . . . ' ,
... ..,., . iiuuumii, o, lgInlI snoHia use Ulm. .
All Who are addicted to th us of ardent .nlrll. ..a
Wish to Inform, should us them .
They Sire made of a nnre Bharrr Wln. knd r i
live plant and herbs of the country, and should k.
commended by tempo ranc societies, clergymen,, nbvsi.
clans, and all friends of humanity. T
Ther are nrerared br an exneriaaeed aad kllih,i
slclan, and, aside from their medicinal properties, are a '
most delightful beverage: and yet, a medicine, are at'
Innocent and harmless as the dews of heaven, . , .
sola by druggist! generally.
CHABLKS WIDDIFIE1D CO., Ft oprlstors,
T8 wiiuam at., new Torn.
K0BEST3 & BaVMTJEL, AgmXi, V
CeFatnlma. nai. i
ectSOdfcwly. 1

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